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University of West Georgia offers science enrichment on Saturdays this fall

September 8, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

The University of West Georgia in Carrollton has opened registration for its fall 2011 Saturday science classes.

The IMPACT (Improving Motivation, Performance, Attitudes of Children and Teachers) science program offers classes for students in kindergarten through 10th grade. Each Saturday class is just $10 per child.

Sessions will be held on Oct. 15, Nov. 5 and Dec. 3, 2011. Classes and topics are separated by grade level, but they offer classes for all ages concurrently, which is great if you have two or more kids of different ages. For example, on Oct. 15, your 1st grader could learn about bats, spiders and insects, while at the same time, your 4th grader could learn about earthquakes and volcanoes, and your 7th grader could take a class on the neurological system.

The fall season will kick off with a chemistry demonstration on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. Admission is just $2 per person.

If you’ve never been to the West Georgia campus, it’s out I-20 quite a ways. Figure about 45 minutes from where I-20 and I-285 meet on the west side of town.

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