Students start the evening checking in with Mr. John and shirting up with Mrs. Janet.
They then move to Round-up and Academics with Mrs. Jan and Mr. Terry. Not all our children arrive on time but we gladly enlarge our circles to include them!
|The tower challenge captivated our students interest for a long period of time.|
|Boat building and buoyancy with Mrs. Janet (our retired Jenks Science & English Teacher -- we ALL learn from her)|
We paired up interns and students to build the best boats!
Mrs. Janet and Missy are experts at helping these young girls learn to manipulate their machine, practice stitching while staying safe at the same time. Our young men are asking when THEIR turn will be at the machines.
With carpentry skills they have learned, these youngsters are more confident with a saw and nail gun. They are extremely proud of their bird houses as a young artist comes in and helps them stencil and paint them.
All our KU Kids enjoy Foods Lab where they prepare the snack for all the students and Interns.
Terry and Andrew, one of our interns, have been building a Wikiup to help our KU Kids learn about early Native American housing. We share property on 28 wooded acres and this enables these children a safe and beautiful place to explore and enjoy God's wonderful creation.
We now have our own classroom space- what we call our KU Klub House -- where all our teaching supplies can be placed and our activities are housed.
So much fun, so much one-on-one mentoring and teaching. Students and Helpers leave each evening eager for the next session.
Special thanks to Keith and Lora Ober-Thorn, Kennedy & Lucas, Paula Miller, John and Janet Main, Randy and Josh McGlothlin, Brian Krick, Missy and Evers Torres! We can't wait for Mrs. Mary Lou to return in mid-March. We wouldn't have KU without all of you!!! Justice Dickson (pictured making PBJ's in foods lab) has returned to fulfill a 2nd internship! YOU ALL ARE ROCK STARS!!!