Elementary Japanese explores modern standard Japanese and Japanese culture. Students focus on listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. In the end, students will able to flawlessly use greetings, participate in simple conversations, and count in the language.
Speculative Science Fiction examines the presence of ethnic and racial minorities as heroes and villains in novels, folklore, films, and comic books. Students will analyze text selections from Toni Morrison, Octavia Butler, Tolkien, and the superheroes and villains of Marvel and D.C. Comics, among others.
Structures of Organic Molecules studies the basic concepts for understanding chemical reactions. Students will explore topics such as nomenclature, physical properties of simple organic molecules, and thermodynamics.
Colorado Springs Food Rescue rescues perishable food that would otherwise be thrown away in your community and sustainably transports it to other charities and non-profits that serve at-risk or hungry individuals. The goal is to establish a system that will eliminate unnecessary food waste and help solve the problems of hunger and malnutrition in our community. Visit coloradospringsfoodrescue.org for more information.