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2018 Class Schedule

Click below to view each week's class and camp offerings or download a printable 2018 Class schedule. Bright Lights offers additional services including Before Care, Lunch Care, and Scholarships. Registration begins March 24. Directions are available for all Bright Lights class sites and field trip locations. Visit our Policies and FAQs for additional questions.

Week 1: June 4 - 8

Week 2: June 11 - 15 

Week 3: June 18 - 22

Week 4: June 25 - 29

Week 5: July 9 - 13

Utilize the Class Wish Worksheet as you browse the list of classes.


Week 1: June 4-8


102 Dr. Seuss is Loose

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: Holmes Elementary

Grades Completed: K - 1

Taught by: Shari Timm, Riley Elementary School Teacher
This class is also offered in the afternoon as class #202.
“Horton Hears a Who,” can you? From Oobleck to the Cat we will explore that! Take a trip to Seussville for a fun-filled week in the world of children’s author, Dr. Seuss. While you travel, you will have a Wacky Wednesday kind of day filled with egg-citing science experiments. Oh, the tricks you will learn, like a balancing act just like the “Cat in the Hat.” Read books and discover Dr. Seuss’s hidden messages. Dabble in the dirt with the Lorax and create a marble run with recycled tubes! Will you have fun here on a summer’s day? Try it, and you may, I say. 

 

 

104 Turtle Tracks

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: K - 1

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Macy Mancuso, Millard Public Schools Elementary Teacher
Follow the turtle and tortoise tracks as you discover the differences between these two reptiles. Learn about their amazing life cycles and make your own special turtle shells to wear during the week. Complete fun projects that may include egg carton turtles, hand-traced tortoises and tissue paper pom-pom turtles. On Thursday, parents will drop off and pick up at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo for a behind-the-scenes view of the turtle and tortoise exhibit. 
Class Fee: $6 Field Trip

 

 

106 Over The Rainbow to Oz

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: K - 2

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Carmen Westfahl, Riley Elementary School Coordinator
Follow along with Dorothy as you explore the magical world of munchkins and “the merry, merry land of Oz.” The familiar characters from “The Wizard of Oz” will take you on a variety of learning adventures in all your favorite subjects—music, science, art, math and reading. Frolic and dance down the yellow brick road, learn sign language to “Over the Rainbow” and many more fun projects. Dress as your favorite Oz characters and bring your souvenirs to create our own Oz museum.
Sponsored by: Jamie and Kimberly Tallman

 

 

108 Party with the Penguins

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: K - 2

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Kim Miller, Parkview Christian School Elementary Teacher

This class is also offered in the afternoon as class #204.
Get to know these tuxedoed birds from the southern hemisphere through a variety of projects and activities that combine science, art and fun. Learn about the kinds of penguins and how big they are compared to humans. Discover how penguins survive in extremely cold weather, as well as how penguins are affected by oil spills. Activities may include making blubber gloves and learning about insulation, designing your own flag for Antarctica, writing a penguin poem and enjoying Arctic-inspired snacks. On Thursday, parents will drop off and pick up at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo for a trip to the Humboldt Penguin Habitat.
Class Fee: $6 Field Trip
Sponsored by: Mark T. and Margaret L. Seacrest Family Charitable Foundation

 

110 Piano Playground - NEW

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: K - 2

Location: Harris Academy of the Arts  

Taught by: Kara Eddy, Music Teacher at Harris Academy of the Arts

Immerse yourself in a camp that teaches you music skills including keyboard playing, singing, note reading, harmony, rhythm, ear-training, and composition. Piano Playground offers a fun, positive, and lively classroom setting where you have the freedom to love and appreciate music while developing fundamental musical skills. At the end of the camp, you will perform a prepared piece of music for family and friends. No piano experience needed, beginners are welcome!
Class Fee: $25 Materials

 

112 Adventures Through Time

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: 1 - 2

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Shelley Clayburn, Rousseau Elementary School Teacher

Travel back in time with Jack and Annie from the Magic Tree House series. In this class, travel to Egypt in “Mummies in the Morning” where you will wrap your very own mummies, and then hunt for treasure with “Pirates Past Noon.” During your time with the “Knights at Dawn,” design shields and meet a friendly dragon! We will travel to Prehistoric times and meet up with some friendly (and not so friendly) dinosaurs! Join us for a grand adventure! If you have not read Magic Tree House books, that’s OK; we will read them together. On Friday, share your adventures with family and friends. (See class #602 for different adventures.) 

 

114 Eye on the Sky: Weather Watchers

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: 2 - 3

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Michelle Jensen, Zeman Elementary School Teacher and Jessica Dubas, Belmont Elementary School Teacher

Are you curious about natural disasters? Do you keep an “eye on the sky” for weather changes? Join our meteorology team and make an anemometer, rain gauge and wind sock for your own weather station. Measure daily weather changes and discuss how meteorologists observe and forecast the weather. Learn about the water cycle, make clouds in a jar and a tornado in a bottle. The weather’s always changing so join us as we learn more about it. 

 

116 Cupcake Decorating Wars

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: 2 - 3

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Megan Gilkey, McCool Junction Public Schools Teacher and County Fair Cake Decorating Judge

This class is also offered during Bright Lights Week 4 as class #618.
Test your cake decorating skills by creating a work of edible art. Gather inspiration for your cupcake creations as you learn about different holiday celebrations. Practice a variety of techniques with buttercream frosting on graham crackers and use your artistic talents as you learn to add decorative details. Each day, help judge the creativity of each others’ creations. Learn about careers in cake decorating and food science. On Friday, showcase your talent to your family and friends as you decorate a cupcake using the skills you have learned all week. 
Class Fee: $5 Materials
Sponsored by: Union Bank & Trust

 

118 Animal and Nature Drawing – NEW

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: 2 - 4

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Lana Johnson, Scientific Illustrator and UNL Instructor; and Michelle Hansen Daberkow, Kahoa Elementary School Art Specialist

Learn to apply the techniques of artists who specialize in scientific illustrations. Use a microscope to zoom in on animals and plants to study fur, feathers, shells, scales and bones. Handle live insects and animals as you talk to scientists and learn about the wildlife of Nebraska. Create a portfolio of your sketches and drawings using pencil, pen, ink, colored pencil and acrylic paint. Bring a pre-washed plain t-shirt to create wearable art. On Wednesday, parents will drop off and pick up at Pioneers Park Nature Center. The Art Cafe will be open on Friday to showcase the class mural and your solo art work.
Class Fee: $10 Materials
Sponsored by: Rick and Susie Windle

 

120 Chess: Capture the King!

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: 2 - 4

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Thomas McChristian, Bennet Elementary School Teacher

Play the game of kings and queens! Learn all the rules, tactics and strategies necessary for basic play, in addition to chess notation, history and literature. Expand from the chessboard with variants such as bughouse, simultaneous chess and a game against the computer. End your training in a five-round class tournament. At the open house on Friday, prepare to demonstrate how each chess piece moves and attacks on a life-sized chessboard. Thespian skills optional as the queen attacks a pawn in this dramatic rendering.
Sponsored by: Olsson Family Foundation

 

 

122 Pokemon® Art: Gotta Draw ‘em All

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: 2 - 4

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Aileen Wiles, Artist

This class is also offered in the afternoon as class #216.
Become a drawing master as you spend the week documenting Pokemon® in your own sketchbook. Learn how to draw your favorite Pokemon characters and even create a few of your own. Use colored pencils and paint to finish your character creations and your creative talents to come up with unique and powerful creatures ready for an epic battle!

 

124 Edible Science

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: 3 - 5

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Megan Jorgensen, Moore Middle School Teacher
Do you like science? Do you like to eat food? Let’s smash science, food and learning together! Come join us to learn about parts of the body, cells, climate types, rock cycles and other fun science experiments! The best part is—we get to EAT them ALL! Come join us for science fun in the kitchen!
Class Fee: $10 Materials
Sponsored by: Western National Bank

 

 

126 Coding with Scratch: Video Game Madness – NEW

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: 3 - 5

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Lisa Bohaty, Campbell Elementary School Teacher

Students will learn how to use Scratch to code their own games. We will use variables and functions to make games that are appealing and fun to play. We’ll also learn about how technology affects our lives, and talk to a computer scientists to learn how they use coding in their jobs. If you don’t know Scratch, that’s ok! We will learn and have fun together.
Sponsored by: Firespring

 

 

128 Makit Messy: Slime & Splatter – NEW

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: 3 - 5

Location: Makit Takit: Lincoln’s Craft Studio

Taught by: Christy Nelson, owner of Makit Takit: Lincoln's Craft Studio

This class is also offered during Bright Lights Week 5 as class #822. 

Spend the week with us at Makit Takit as we explore the messiest of crafts. We'll be making several different kinds of slime, splatter painting, and learning how to do pour paintings. We'll also spend some time making prints using gel plates and turning those prints into journals we'll use as we explore a wide variety of mixed media techniques. We can't forget our spa day, either! We'll be making sugar scrubs and bath bombs to help us clean up after a week of messy making. 
Class Fee: $20 Materials

 

130 New Heights: Rock Climbing     

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: 3 - 5

Location: Outdoor Adventures Center at UNL

Taught by: Todd Grier, Outdoor Adventures Coordinator

Experience the rush of rock climbing! Connect with fellow students while you learn the basic technical skills required to get you climbing, including how to put on a harness and tie in the climbing rope. Problem solve as you scale vertical walls, find the right body positions and learn a little more about yourself along the way. Come see what climbing can offer beyond the adrenaline rush. Belay on!
Class Fee: $20 Facilities

 

 

132 Robotics: LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3, Levels 1 and 2    

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: 3 - 5

Location: Holmes Elementary

Taught by: Nancy Mosier, Lakeview Elementary School Teacher

This class is also offered during the afternoon as class #222 and during Bright Lights Week 4 as class #626.
Design, build and program robots using the most advanced and newest LEGO® robotics technology—the powerful MINDSTORMS® EV3. Work as a team to complete real-world engineering and computer science challenges as you build and command robots that walk, talk, think and do anything you can imagine. With your ideas and the latest LEGO® operating system and sensors, there are no limits to what you can do. 
Level 1—Builder: Entry level, limited or no experience with programming. Objectives are basic programming and robot movement. 
Level 2—Explorer: Completed at least 1 class at Level 1 and/or experience through another program. Objectives are sensors, loops and switches.
Class Fee: $5 Materials
Sponsored by: Mark T. and Margaret L. Seacrest Family Charitable Foundation

 

134 America’s Girls Adventures Through History    

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: 3 - 6

Location: Holmes Elementary

Taught by: Morgan Braun, Sheridan Elementary School Teacher

Do you like to learn age-old skills like sewing, latch hook rug making and writing with a quill pen? This class covers five time periods in American history. Experience life in Colonial America with Felicity, Civil War Philadelphia with Addy, as a new immigrant to New York City with Rebecca, the Great Depression with Kit and America during World War II with Molly. Each time period will introduce you to the crafts, food and games authentic to that time. (See class #226 for different time periods.) Bring your time period dolls and dress to have fun!
Class Fee: $10 Materials

 

136 iDrum to iTunes®   

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: 4 - 6

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Justin Brookens, Fredstrom Elementary School Vocal Music Teacher

iDrum to iTunes blends favorite pop tunes with a variety of percussion instruments.  Each day students use bucket drums, hand drums, Boomwhackers and other percussion instruments to create, perform and connect with music. This interactive musical opportunity is perfect for students of any experience level!

 

 

138 Spy Academy

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades Completed: 4 - 5

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Rachel Fellows, Fredstrom Elementary School Teacher

Learn how to write messages to your friends in secret codes. Enjoy puzzles and play strategic games. Become a real-life secret agent learning about cryptography, the science of making and breaking codes. Explore how to crack codes using ciphers. With this new secret intelligence, construct your own book of secret codes and complete a scavenger hunt written in secret messages. Continue the secret journey through the internet to discover more about the use of cryptography in agencies like the CIA and how codes and ciphers have been used throughout history.
Class Fee: $5 Materials
Sponsored by: Duteau Chevrolet Subaru


202 Dr. Seuss is Loose

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Grades: K - 1

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Shari Timm, Riley Elementary School Teacher

This class is also offered in the morning as class #102.
“Horton Hears a Who,” can you? From Oobleck to the Cat we will explore that! Take a trip to Seussville for a fun-filled week in the world of children’s author, Dr. Seuss. While you travel, you will have a Wacky Wednesday kind of day filled with egg-citing science experiments. Oh, the tricks you will learn, like a balancing act just like the “Cat in the Hat.” Read books and discover Dr. Seuss’s hidden messages. Dabble in the dirt with the Lorax and create a marble run with recycled tubes! Will you have fun here on a summer’s day? Try it, and you may, I say.

 

204 Party with the Penguins

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Grades: K - 2  

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Kim Miller, Parkview Christian School Elementary Teacher

This class is also offered in the morning as class #108.
Get to know these tuxedoed birds from the southern hemisphere through a variety of projects and activities that combine science, art and fun. Learn about the kinds of penguins and how big they are compared to humans. Discover how penguins survive in extremely cold weather, as well as how penguins are affected by oil spills. Activities may include making blubber gloves and learning about insulation, designing your own flag for Antarctica, writing a penguin poem and enjoying Arctic-inspired snacks. On Thursday, parents will drop off and pick up at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo for a trip to the Humboldt Penguin Habitat.
Class Fee: $6 Field Trip

 

206 LEGO® WeDo Robotics

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018 

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Grades Completed: 1 - 2

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Tammy Sheldon, After School LEGO® Instructor

This class is also offered during Bright Lights Week 4 as classes #612 and #714.
Interested in science, engineering or computers? Do you love to build with LEGO® bricks? Ignite your creativity with an introduction to robotics and computer programming. Using LEGO® WeDo kits and LEGO® educational software, you will be challenged to solve real-world problems by creating one-of-a-kind machines with gears, motors and sensors. Themes will include natural disasters, space exploration and speed. 
Class Fee: $5 Materials

 

208 Super Space Adventures

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Grades Completed: 1 - 2

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Maggie Butterfield, Crete Middle School Teacher

Before orbiting the galaxy, you must master the skills of an astronaut. Practice completing space chores with astronaut-type gloves, build a space station and taste astronaut food including ice cream! Track constellations and learn amazing facts about the planets, but you can't blast off your film canister rocket until you learn about the Earth's rotation and location. Out in space, discover art, music and literature in another galaxy. Prepare for blast off!
Sponsored by: Bettenhausen Family Foundation 

 

210 Beyond Turtle Tracks - NEW

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Grades Completed: 2 - 3

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Macy Mancuso, Millard Public Schools Elementary Teacher

Follow the turtle and tortoise tracks as you discover the differences between these two reptiles. Learn about their amazing life cycles and make your own special turtle shells to wear during the week. Complete fun projects that may include foil tortoises, creating the habitat of a turtle or tortoise, and weaving a baby turtle. On Thursday, parents will drop off and pick up at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo for a behind-the-scenes view of the turtle and tortoise exhibit.
Class Fee: $6 Field Trip

 

212 Be a Star!

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Grades Completed: 2 - 4

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Michelle Jensen, Zeman Elementary School Teacher and Jessica Dubas, Belmont Elementary School Teacher

Do you want to be a famous actor or actress on Broadway someday? Now is your chance to become a star! Practice reading and speaking skills as you work with other students to put on a play production. Help design costumes and paint scenery flats for a real backstage experience. Show your magnificent acting skills as you perform for family and friends on Friday. Bright lights and fun activities await you as you step onto the stage and into the world of entertainment! Bring a plain white t-shirt.

 

214 Pioneering with Laura Ingalls Wilder

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Grades Completed: 2 - 4

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Mary Ann Gabel, Certified Teacher and Historian and assisted by Carol Jobman, Retired Educator

Put on your bonnet or straw hat to travel across the prairie with Laura Ingalls Wilder and her family. Begin in the Big Woods of Wisconsin, where Laura will teach you how to square dance and make a corncob doll. As you travel to the little house on the prairie, Laura will help you make a wagon train rag doll, cook foods like her Ma did and sing the songs that Pa sang long ago. On Wednesday, parents will drop off at Heritage School at Pioneers Park where Laura will be waiting to take you back to her classroom in Dakota Territory. After spending time in a one-room school, parents will pick you back up after our time travel and return to the 21st century.
Class Fee: $5 Facilities

 

216 Pokemon® Art: Gotta Draw ‘em All

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Grades Completed: 2 - 4

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Aileen Wiles, Artist

This class is also offered in the morning as class #122.
Become a drawing master as you spend the week documenting Pokemon® in your own sketchbook. Learn how to draw your favorite Pokemon characters and even create a few of your own. Use colored pencils and paint to finish your character creations and your creative talents to come up with unique and powerful creatures ready for an epic battle!
Sponsored by: Lincoln Federal Savings Bank

 

218 Amazing Race Challenges

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Grades Completed: 3 - 5

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Megan Jorgensen, Moore Middle School Teacher

Explore the world with fellow adventurers as you conquer roadblocks and master detours. Search for the daily team challenge envelope containing creative games and crafts that will test your abilities in science, math and writing. Celebrate your teamwork by creating a flag and proudly wearing your team colors. Finish off the week with a scavenger hunt that will determine the Amazing Race Champions!

Class Fee: $8 Materials                                                                                          

Sponsored by: SolutionOne

 

220 Animal and Nature Drawing – NEW

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Grades Completed: 3 - 5

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Lana Johnson, Scientific Illustrator and UNL Instructor; and Michelle Hansen Daberkow, Kahoa Elementary School Art Specialist

Learn to apply the techniques of artists who specialize in scientific illustrations. Use a microscope to zoom in on animals and plants to study fur, feathers, shells, scales and bones. Handle live insects and animals as you talk to scientists and learn about the wildlife of Nebraska. Create a portfolio of your sketches and drawings using pencil, pen, ink, colored pencil and acrylic paint. Bring a pre-washed plain t-shirt to create wearable art. On Wednesday, parents will drop off and pick up at Pioneers Park Nature Center. The Art Cafe will be open on Friday to showcase the class mural and your solo art work.
Class Fee: $10 Materials
Sponsored by: Cornhusker Bank

 

222 Robotics: LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3, Levels 1 & 2

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Grades Completed: 3 - 5

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Nancy Mosier, Lakeview Elementary School Teacher

This class is also offered during the morning as class #132 and during Week 4 as class #626.
Design, build and program robots using the most advanced and newest LEGO® robotics technology—the powerful MINDSTORMS® EV3. Work as a team to complete real-world engineering and computer science challenges as you build and command robots that walk, talk, think and do anything you can imagine. With your ideas and the latest LEGO operating system and sensors, there are no limits to what you can do.
Level 1—Builder: Entry level, limited or no experience with programming. Objectives are basic programming and robot movement.
Level 2—Explorer: Completed at least 1 class at Level 1 and/or experience through another program. Objectives are sensors, loops and switches.
Class Fee: $5 Materials
Sponsored by: Firespring                                                                                 

 

224 Use the Force: The Physics of Motion   

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Grades Completed: 3 - 5  

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Thomas McChristian, Bennet Elementary School Teacher

Investigate the forces behind movement by looking at potential and kinetic energy. May the force be with you as you drop eggs into a glass of water without breaking any. Investigate Newton’s three laws of motion with exciting, hands-on activities, then apply these laws to sound, light and magnetism. On Thursday, parents will drop off and pick up at Lincoln Laser Tag for behind-the-scenes research on lasers, as well as a game or two of laser tag.
Class Fee: $18 Field Trip

 

 

226 America’s Girls Adventures Through History     

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Grades Completed: 3 - 6

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Morgan Braun, Sheridan Elementary School Teacher

Do you like to learn age-old skills like sewing, latch hook rug making and writing with a quill pen? This class covers five time periods in American history. Experience life with a Nez Perce tribe with Kaya, in America’s Southwest with Josefina, on the Minnesota prairie with Kirsten, turn of the century America with Samantha, and with Julie in the groovy 1970s in San Francisco. Each time period will introduce you to the crafts, food and games authentic to that time. (See class #134 for different time periods.) Bring your time period dolls and dress to have fun!
Class Fee: $10 Materials
Sponsored by: Channel 8 KLKN-TV                              

 

 

228 Artsonomical!

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Grades Completed: 4 - 6

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Katie Hammond, Mickle Middle School Science Teacher and Shelby Krause, Mickle Middle School Art Teacher

Be where the stars of art and astronomy align! Learn the stories behind constellations and their placement in the sky. Become astronomers by designing your own constellation, writing its mythology, and choosing an art medium to bring your constellation alive. Parents will drop off and pick up at Morrill Hall on Wednesday for students to enjoy two planetarium shows and explore the museum. Join us for this, and more art and astronomy fun!
Class Fee: $6 Field Trip

 

 

230 Disgusting Science Experiments

6/4/2018 - 6/8/2018

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Grades Completed: 4 - 6

Location: Holmes Elementary School

Taught by: Kevin Schrad, Southwest High School Teacher

Discover the mystery behind ghastly, disgusting things. Dissect grasshoppers, frogs, cow eyes and pig hearts. Grow a germ farm, make a "gas" log, observe really gross things under a microscope and make drinkable blood. Only the most courageous can survive this repulsive class!
Class Fee: $5 Materials

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