MIDDLE SCHOOL - 6-8 GRADE CLASSES

 

As a homeschooling family, you best know your student's interests and abilities. That's why you homeschool!

 With teacher permission, younger students are invited to enroll in Middle School classes.

The topics covered in many classes are the same in multiple grade (however the depth varies.)

For example, the same US History topics repeat in 5, 8 and 11/12 grade, Biology repeats in 5, 7, 9/10.

The purpose of Foothill Learning Academy is to support your personal homeschool plan.      

                                                                                       

WRITING AND LANGUAGE ARTS                     

Middle School Write On!

Grades 6-8                                            

$185 per semester (1 voucher)

Our focus fall semester will be response to literature and poetry. We will begin with learning to recognize and create a variety of literary/poetic devices (simile, metaphor, personification, alliteration, hyperbole, imagery, symbolism). We will then apply that knowledge in annotating, analyzing, and responding to several super-engaging short stories and poems. Students will respond to literature in a variety of written formats, including poetry, character analysis, theme study, essay and short answer paragraphs. Responding to literature is an essential writing skill for all students and will be the main type of writing required from them as they move into high school and beyond.


Teacher: Mary Frederick

email: messages2mary@att.net

phone/text: 916.990.3494

website: www.writeon4kids.com
 

Writer's Workshop: The 5-Paragraph Essay 
Grades 5-8                                                   

$180 per semester (1 voucher)  

The focus of this class is teaching students how to respond to a prompt and write an effective, organized, well-developed five paragraph essay. Throughout their educational journey (including standardized testing), students will be required to write well-developed paragraphs or essays on-demand. This type of writing is completed in-class, in a limited amount of time. On-demand writing requires students to develop the ability to focus a topic, provide relevant evidence, select an appropriate organizational structure, and complete the task within one setting. This class is designed to provide practical, step-by-step instruction in how to approach in-class prompts and successfully write clear, concise, organized, and creative responses in a timely manner. We will begin with tactics for writing well-developed paragraphs, and move on to five-paragraph essays. The class will follow a writer’s workshop model, with brief topical instruction, followed by individualized writing support. 

Teacher: Mary Frederick

email: messages2mary@att.net

phone/text: 916.990.3494

website: www.writeon4kids.com

Journalism: FLA Newspaper
Grades 5-8
           

$180 per semester (1 voucher)  

In this exciting class, students will become sleuths and reporters! We will learn and engage in the various aspects of journalism including interviews, research, investigation, article writing, editorials, photography, editing, publishing, reporting, and broadcasting. The class will work together to create a Foothill Learning Academy Newspaper which will be reproduced and distributed the last week of classes. Students will also get a flavor for broadcast journalism, as they script and film a news broadcast to be shown at the end of the year celebration. Class space is limited to 12 students.

Teacher: Mary Frederick

email: messages2mary@att.net

phone/text: 916.990.3494

website: www.writeon4kids.com

Novel Study

Grades 5-8 

$190 per semester (1 voucher)  

This interactive class is completely literature-based and fun! We read, discuss, and analyze super engaging, age-level appropriate novels. Each week the students will read and annotate focusing on various aspects of the novel including mood, theme, characters, conflict, literary devices, and personal connections. There is optional homework students can complete for a grade to prepare them for discussion, increase their critical thinking skills, and satisfy state curriculum requirements. This class is perfect not only for students who love to read, but for students who are resistant readers as well. ​All books will be provided and are included in the class tuition. Fall semester we will be reading two of my favorites, The Giver by Lois Lowry, and The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle by Avi. Come join us and READ ON!

Teacher: Mary Frederick

email: messages2mary@att.net

phone/text: 916.990.3494

website: www.writeon4kids.com

SCIENCE                     

 

Biology A
Grades 6-8    
                       

$200 per semester (1 voucher)

Students will explore animal cells, cellular respiration, diffusion/osmosis, DNA structure, cell division (mitosis), genetics, bacteria, and protists.   Students will build cell  and DNA models, extract DNA from strawberries, perform Easter egg genetics while learning about Punnet squares, and more.  This class will be followed by Earth science spring semester.

Teacher: Lisa Hindmarsh

email:  lisahindmarsh@yahoo.com

phone/text:  530.313.3789

website: www.handsonsciencefun.com

Botany
Grades 4-8    
                       

$200 per semester (1 voucher)

Students will investigate the growth, reproduction, anatomy, morphology, and physiology of plants, fungi, and algae. Some of the topics to be explored include the plant cell, plant vascular system, root types, flowers, leaf shape and arrangement, photosynthesis, seeds and seed dispersal, and non-vascular plants (mosses).  This class will be followed by Physics A (simple machines, electricity, magnetism, and flight).

Teacher: Lisa Hindmarsh

email:  lisahindmarsh@yahoo.com

phone/text:  530.313.3789

website: www.handsonsciencefun.com

Zoology 
Grades 4-8    
                       

$200 per semester (1 voucher)

Students will explore the structure, physiology, and classification of various animals.  Some of the topics to be covered include taxonomy, body symmetry, mammals, birds, reptiles, worm behavior, and clam anatomy through dissection.  This class will be followed by Oceanography spring semester.

Teacher: Lisa Hindmarsh

email:  lisahindmarsh@yahoo.com

phone/text:  530.313.3789

website: www.handsonsciencefun.com

Science of Magic
Grades 4-8    
         

$200 per semester (1 voucher)

Have you ever wanted to reveal the mysteries of magic? Well, you can... it just takes a little science! In this engaging hands-on class, students will explore how magnetism, light, friction, motion, inertia, gravity, heat, optical illusions, and probability can be used to create fun magic tricks to mystify your friends and family. This class will be followed by The Science of Foods spring semester.         

   

Teacher: Lisa Hindmarsh

email:  lisahindmarsh@yahoo.com

phone/text:  530.313.3789

website: www.handsonsciencefun.com

SOCIAL SCIENCE AND HISTORY                     

US History
Grades 6-8  
                                               

$180 per semester (1 voucher)  

 

Students study the ideas, issues, and events from the framing of the Constitution (beginning with colonization) up to reconstruction following the Civil War.  After reviewing the development of America's democratic institutions, particularly the shaping of the Constitution, students trace the development of American politics, society, culture, and economy and relate them to the emergence of major regional differences. They learn about the challenges facing the new nation, with an emphasis on the causes, course, and consequences of the Civil War. They make connections between the rise of industrialization and contemporary social and economic conditions. 

Teacher: Laurie Chiappe

email:  Lchiappe@comcast.net

phone/text: 916.293.8060

website: historyrockswithmrschiappe.com


California History
Grades 6-8
                                        

$180 per semester (1 voucher)

 

Through hands-on, project-based learning, students learn the story of their home state, unique in American history in terms of its vast and varied geography, its many waves of immigration beginning with pre-Columbian societies, its continuous diversity, economic energy, and rapid growth. In addition to the specific treatment of milestones in California history, students examine the state in the context of the rest of the nation, with an emphasis on the U.S. Constitution and the relationship between state and federal government.

 

Teacher: Laurie Chiappe

email:  Lchiappe@comcast.net

phone/text: 916.293.8060

website: historyrockswithmrschiappe.com

American Cinema
Grades 4-8
                                        

$180 per semester (1 voucher)

 

In this course students will participate in a survey of classic American cinema, from a historical and cultural perspective. The student will be exposed to various movie clips, such as Charlie Chaplin, 2001 Space Odyssey, and  Gone with the Wind while discovering the films cultural context. Students will also explore the influence of media on the American experience and the importance of understand  world view portrayed in cinema.

 

Teacher: Laurie Chiappe

email:  Lchiappe@comcast.net

phone/text: 916.293.8060

website: historyrockswithmrschiappe.com

MATH                     
 

6-8 Math Skills

Grades 6-8                                                   

$180 per semester (1 voucher)

Students will participate in fun, hands-on activities that create and strengthen a solid understanding of grade-level state curriculum standards in Math! Some of the topics we will be covering are: proportional relationships, math facts (for multiplying, and dividing), the number system, statistics and probability. Curriculum will be based on California State Standards for 6th-8th grade students.

 

This course will include visual examples, group activities and interactive games that will keep students thoroughly engaged. Students will have fun throughout the entire process, all the while strengthening valuable skills that ALL future math classes will build upon!

Teacher: Joe Vargas

email:  YourFirstChoiceTutoring@gmail.com

phone/text:  916.805.7333

website: www.firstchoicetutoring.com

Math Lab:  Analyzing Algebra and Formulas

Grades 6-8                                                    

$180 per semester (1 voucher)

 

This class is a Math Lab with an emphasis on beginner and intermediate Algebra. Students interested in general math help, as well as those who’d like to learn more about concepts in Algebra should consider joining!

 

This year we are focusing on Algebra’s real world applications through word problems as well as formulas! Students will learn the correct steps on how to approach word problems. They will be given all the tips and tricks! They’ll learn how to identify their known values, unknown values, as well as how to ‘pull out’ all the necessary information. Students will also be exposed to formulas, such as formulas for area and volume, even the quadratic formula! And all these topics will be taught using fun interactive activities and puzzle worksheets. This will insure that students are having fun while learning!

Teacher: Joe Vargas

email:  YourFirstChoiceTutoring@gmail.com

phone/text:  916.805.7333

website: www.firstchoicetutoring.com

Math Lab: Decimals & Percentages

Grades 4-8                                                    

$180 per semester (1 voucher)

 

This class is a Math Lab with an emphasis on decimals and percentages. Students interested in general math help, as well as those who’d like to learn more about decimals will benefit equally!

 

Whether you are just learning about decimals or an expert, there’s always something new and exciting to learn! This year we will be working with less worksheets and focusing more on HANDS ON learning to master the art of using Decimals and Percentages. Students will learn percentages by using classroom coupons and purchasing items when they’re on sale. Students will also learn about decimals by using plastic money to make their purchases. Whether a student is struggling with a particular concept, or wants to take their decimal and percentage knowledge to the highest level possible, this class is definitely a must!

 

Teacher: Joe Vargas

email:  YourFirstChoiceTutoring@gmail.com

phone/text:  916.805.7333

website: www.firstchoicetutoring.com

Math Lab: Fun With Fractions

Grades 4-8                                                    

$180 per semester (1 voucher)

 

This course is a Math Lab with an emphasis on fractions. Students who’d like general math help, as well as those who’d like to learn more about fractions will benefit equally. All are welcome to join!

 

Whether you are just learning about fractions or an expert, there’s always something new and exciting to learn! This year will be focused more on HANDS ON learning in order to master the art of using fractions! Some classroom activities will consist of folding and cutting construction paper to teach the concept of ‘parts to a whole’. And other activities will have the students creating fractions themselves, by separating the class into smaller groups based on descriptions given by their peers. With a variety of many visuals and group activities, students will better understand how learning fractions can be both easy and fun!

 

Teacher: Joe Vargas

email:  YourFirstChoiceTutoring@gmail.com

phone/text:  916.805.7333

website: www.firstchoicetutoring.com

Geometry Architect

Grades 4-8                                                    

$180 per semester (1 voucher)

This class is a Math Lab with an emphasis on beginner and intermediate Geometry. Any students interested in general math help, as well as those who’d like to learn more about concepts in Geometry should consider joining!

 

Students who enroll in this course will design and build three dimensional objects such as houses and vehicles using cardboard cutouts, all the while learning about perimeter, area and volume! Geometry is a branch of mathematics that gets covered extensively in high school. What better way to get prepared than by participating in a math lab that covers all the basics! Anyone interested in general math or Geometry help is encouraged to join!

Teacher: Joe Vargas

email:  YourFirstChoiceTutoring@gmail.com

phone/text:  916.805.7333

website: www.firstchoicetutoring.com

FINE ARTS AND ENRICHMENT                     

 

American Cinema
Grades 4-8
 
                                      

$180 per semester (1 voucher)

 

In this course students will participate in a survey of classic American cinema, from a historical and cultural perspective. The student will be exposed to various movie clips, such as Charlie Chaplin, 2001 Space Odyssey, and  Gone with the Wind while discovering the films cultural context. Students will also explore the influence of media on the American experience and the importance of understand  world view portrayed in cinema.

 

Teacher: Laurie Chiappe

email:  Lchiappe@comcast.net

phone/text: 916.293.8060

website: historyrockswithmrschiappe.com

American Sign Language (ASL) 1

Grades 4-8

$175 per semester  (1 voucher)

Students will  learn the basics of American Sign Language and Deaf Culture.  They will learn basic communication skills through ABC's/ fingerspelling, numbers, ASL word order, sentence types, and verbs. We will play fun games and activities to help remember vocabulary.

Teacher: Jaime Layton

email: philandjaime@gmail.com

phone/text: 530-306-0786

American Sign Language (ASL) 2

Grades 4-8

$175 per semester  (1 voucher)

Pre-requisite: ASL 1

This class will be a continuation of ASL 1 plus building on sentence types, time, duration, classifiers, pluralization, inflection, and describing rooms, objects and locations. I look forward to working with my returning students!

Teacher: Jaime Layton

email: philandjaime@gmail.com

phone/text: 530-306-0786

Bible

Grades 4-8

FREE 

This is a non-secular class, taught from a Christian world view, involving prayer. 

Teacher: Coordinated by Mary Frederick, taught by Christian volunteers

email: messages2mary@att.net

phone/text: 916.990.3494

Choir: Intro. to Voice

Grades 4-8

$180 per semester (2 vouchers at $90 each)

Wanna have fun singing through rounds, counter melodies and harmony in a variety of styles? Join the choir class!

Come open your mouths and sing!!


Teacher: Grace Hegy                     

email:  gracesong28@yahoo.com             

phone/text: 916.225.8822               

website: www.gracesongs.wordpress.com

Computer Programming
Grades  4-8   
                                                    

$164 per semester (1 voucher)  


Kids will explore the exciting world of computer programming through the interactive Scratch interface, and use their imaginations to create their own programs / video games! This class will teach students the basics of programming and video game design in a fun and easy-to-understand way. No previous computer experience is necessary.
PLEASE NOTE: A laptop computer is required for this class.

 

Teacher:  Asten Fallavollita

email: atfallavol@gmail.com

phone/text: 916.220.6798

FLA Newspaper

Grades 5-8            

$180 per semester (1 voucher)  

In this exciting class, students will become sleuths and reporters! We will learn and engage in the various aspects of journalism including interviews, research, investigation, article writing, editorials, photography, editing, publishing, reporting, and broadcasting. The class will work together to create a Foothill Learning Academy Newspaper which will be reproduced and distributed the last week of classes. Students will also get a flavor for broadcast journalism, as they script and film a news broadcast to be shown at the end of the year celebration. Class space is limited to 12 students.

Teacher: Mary Frederick

email: messages2mary@att.net

phone/text: 916.990.3494

website: www.writeon4kids.com

Geometry Architect

Grades 4-8                                                    

$180 per semester (1 voucher)

This class is a Math Lab with an emphasis on beginner and intermediate Geometry. Any students interested in general math help, as well as those who’d like to learn more about concepts in Geometry should consider joining!

 

Students who enroll in this course will design and build three dimensional objects such as houses and vehicles using cardboard cutouts, all the while learning about perimeter, area and volume! Geometry is a branch of mathematics that gets covered extensively in high school. What better way to get prepared than by participating in a math lab that covers all the basics! Anyone interested in general math or Geometry help is encouraged to join!

Teacher: Joe Vargas

email:  YourFirstChoiceTutoring@gmail.com

phone/text:  916.805.7333

website: www.firstchoicetutoring.com

Guitar
​Grades 4-8  
                                           

$180 per semester (4 vouchers at $45 each)

In this class, students will not only learn how to read music, but will also learn to play by ear. Sheet music provides the fundamentals children need to grow in their musical ability, while playing by ear makes learning music fun and something they can do anywhere. The primary materials used for instruction will be Guitar for Kids - Hal Leonard Guitar Method and additional activities put together by the  instructor.

PLEASE NOTE: Students are expected to bring their own guitars to class each week. 

Teacher:  Jonathan Jimmerson

email: jjmusiclessons1@gmail.com

phone/text: 505.720.4617

website: www.jjmusiclessons.com

Hand Sewing: Level 1

Grades 4-8                                             

$180 per semester (1 voucher)      

                     
Hand sewing is a fun and creative activity that is also useful. In this class, students will learn this extremely valuable lifelong skill through a variety of engaging projects designed to teach traditional hand stitches. The project-based learning includes sewing a needle book, a pincushion, a button "tree", a felt mouse, and a drawstring bag. Additionally, throughout the class, students will be exposed to vocabulary unique to the world of sewing.  Class fee includes a small personal sewing kit and fabric. 

Teacher: Lisa Hindmarsh

email:  lisahindmarsh@yahoo.com

phone/text:  530.313.3789

website: www.handsonsciencefun.com

Introduction to Photography

Grades 4-8 

$182 per semester (4 vouchers at $45.50 each)

Photography is exciting! It allows us to capture a memory and freeze it in time. This introductory class is designed to help students gain confidence in their ability to use the functions of their camera. We will learn the basics of photography including: light, exposure, and composition. Each class will offer a new project-based lesson. So, let's go capture some memories. Students will need to bring their own digital camera (not a cell phone camera) to class each week. If a student does not have a camera,  a shared camera will be available for class use.

Teacher: Sara Diggs

email: sararenee.87@gmail.com              

phone/text: 916.502.6470    

Leadership & Service: FLA Student Government

Grades 6-8

$180 per semester (1 voucher)

Through a series of guided interaction and group exercises, students will explore the principles of leadership and learn to develop individual and group leadership skills to impact their lives and their communities. Content areas include decision-making, goal setting, effective communication, servant leadership, organization and time management skills, and concrete strategies to implement change. Additionally, by planing FLA events and activities, this class gives the homeschool student the unique opportunity  to experience traditional  "student government"  without attending a school.

Teacher: Laurie Chiappe                     

email:  Lchiappe@comcast.net              

phone/text: 916.293.8060                

website: historyrockswithmrschiappe.com

LEGO: STEM Challenge with LEGO® Materials
Grades 4-8      
                                                                                                                                             

$197 per semester (1 voucher)


Level up your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as Belt-Drive Cars, Truss Bridges, Rail Racers, and Pneumatic Forklifts! Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment.

Teacher: Lynda Weiss (or other Play-Well TEKnologies instructor)

email: lweiss@play-well.org

phone/text: 916.390.6530

website: www.play-well.org

Mixed-Media Art 
Grades 4-8                
                                                                                                                           

$190 per semester (1 voucher)

Express your creativity through amazing art!  Doing art has been shown to improve motor skills, teach decision-making, develop a sense of inventiveness and innovation, develop engineering skills (sculpture) and improve academic skills.   This class will introduce students to various 2-D and 3-D art forms through fun and inspiring art projects, such as papier mache sculpture, collage, clay, relief work, mask-making , mono-printing and more.  Fine art skills are taught in a fun and engaging way. Class fee includes all supplies.

Teacher: Brenda Williams   

email: brenda@brendawilliamsstudio.com

Phone/text: 916.337.1990     

website: www.BrendaWilliamsStudio.co

 

Mock Trial

Grades 6-8                                                                      

$180 per semester (1 voucher) 

Mock trials have proven to be an effective learning tool for students of all grade levels. It helps them understand the law, practice critical thinking, and gain greater confidence with public speaking by assuming the roles of attorneys and witnesses in a fictional criminal or civil trial. Students experience first-hand the difficulties that judges, lawyers and juries face in determining which facts are relevant and what legal arguments are effective. This class is taught by Mrs. Chiappe, a former practicing California Attorney.


Teacher: Laurie Chiappe                     

email:  Lchiappe@comcast.net              

phone/text: 916.293.8060                

website: historyrockswithmrschiappe.com

Music Theory
​Grades 4-8  
                                           

$180 per semester (4 vouchers at $45 each)

Music theory is the study of the practices and possibilities of music. Music theory is frequently concerned with describing how musicians and composers make music, including tuning systems and composition methods among other topics. It is the science and theory of how music works in western composition. Any student that is interested in how music works will find themselves enjoying this course. Music theory also explores the practical application of harmony and composition. In other words, those that love music will find themselves enjoying this course. The students who take this course will also learn how to read sheet music better and compose themselves using the tricks and tools of the trade. 
 

Teacher:  Jonathan Jimmerson

email: jjmusiclessons1@gmail.com

phone/text: 505.720.4617

website: www.jjmusiclessons.com

No-Bake Cake Decorating

Grades 4-8

$192 per semester (4 vouchers at $48 each) 

In this introductory class, students will learn the basics of cake decorating, along with mastering homemade frosting recipes. We will work on how to: frost a cake, different piping techniques, using fondant, hand painting, and creating sugar flowers. Each week will have a different theme. All cakes will be store bought, as well as any other food items used in projects. We will not be using any ingredients that contain nuts. However, we will be using dairy products, and cakes will contain gluten. If students are unable to consume these ingredients, they are still welcome to participate to learn the decorating skills. 

Teacher: Sara Diggs

email: sararenee.87@gmail.com              

phone/text: 916.502.6470

Roller Coaster : STEM

Grades 4-8                            

$200 per semester (1 voucher)

While building paper roller coasters for marbles, students will explore the physics (potential and kinetic energy, friction, and gravity) and the engineering design process used by engineers in designing roller coasters.  Student teams will compete to build the most cost-effective, creative, and exciting roller coaster.  This class is best for students who have excellent fine motor skills (lots of paper cutting and taping), patience, and focus.  This class will be followed by Bridges and Buildings spring semester.

Teacher: Lisa Hindmarsh

email:  lisahindmarsh@yahoo.com

phone/text:  530.313.3789

website: www.handsonsciencefun.com

Spanish (Cameron Park)
Grades 4-8
                                                       

$200 per semester (includes $20 workbook)


In this program, children will learn to develop the foundation of vocabulary and practical phrases for conversational Spanish. This dynamic class will keep kids active and engaged while they explore stations which highlight: crafts, games, role-playing, songs, and special worksheets to take home and practice Spanish. Lots of conversation, literacy and writing in Spanish will be encouraged during this class.

​Teacher: Blanca Lawton

email: BLawton@thespanishimmersion.com      

phone: 916.486.8276

website: www.thespanishimmersion.com

Spanish:Conversational (Placerville)

Grades  4-6     

   

Students will be taught a variety of conversational phrases such as “Good morning”, “How are you?”, and “My name is________”, as well as vocabulary pertaining to the following topics:  school objects, favorite activities, colors, numbers, days of the week, types of  foods, and members of the family.  Students will participate in activities which will help them to read, write, and speak Spanish.  Class lessons will include songs, art projects, and fun games and activities to promote learning Spanish.

Teacher: Debbie Heiden

email: dkhlovesbooks@gmail.com

phone: 916.817.1821

Speak Up! Speech & Debate
Grades 6-8
                                  

$180 per semester (1 voucher)


Students explore concepts in public speaking, critical thinking, argument and debate. This course covers the different styles of speeches, rhetorical strategies and the art of debate. A major focus of the class will be the elements of rhetoric as it pertains to information, persuasion and debate. The students will give several speeches to classmates. Various styles of speech will be studied, including: persuasion, impromptu, extemporaneous, and debate.

 

Teacher: Laurie Chiappe

email:  Lchiappe@comcast.net

phone/text: 916.293.8060

website: historyrockswithmrschiappe.com

STEM: Student Engineering 
Grades 4-8                                                                     

$195 per semester (1 voucher)        

                                              
STEM Student Engineering is a blended learning environment where Science, Technology, Engineering and Math are applied by students to everyday life. STEM teaches students computational thinking and focuses on the real world applications of problem solving. Through hands on activities, the students work individually and collaboratively as engineers. Engineering involves the application of creativity in partnership with other disciplines to search for quicker, better and less expensive ways to use the forces and materials of nature to meet today's challenges. The STEM Student Engineers are problem solvers who use various resources to bring into existence things and ideas that they imagine.

Teacher: Laurie Chiappe

email:  Lchiappe@comcast.net

phone/text: 916.293.8060

website: historyrockswithmrschiappe.com

Theater  Arts

Grades  4-8                                                            

 $164 per semester (1 voucher)

                                                         
A fun and exciting musical theater class with an emphasis on building confidence and public speaking skills! Students will explore the world of drama, acting, song, and dance, and work as a team to create a performance together. All students will receive a character/lines, and no previous experience is necessary!

Teacher:  Asten Fallavollita

email: atfallavol@gmail.com

phone/text: 916.220.6798

 

Wide World of Sports

Grades 4-8

$160 per semester (1 Voucher)

 

From Badminton to Rugby, explore the wide world of sports while honing the valuable life skills of teamwork and sportsmanship! Each week, the class will focus on the rules and history of a new and engaging World sport. The students will have an opportunity to play the game they studied and possibly develop an undiscovered passion.

Teacher: Joe Vargas

email:  YourFirstChoiceTutoring@gmail.com

phone/text:  916.805.7333

website: www.firstchoicetutoring.com