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Weekday & Weekend Schedule Fall

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AYA  Weekday  & Weekend Schedule

Monday - Friday

 

8:15 AM ESDaily Opening Ritual (Libation; Ancestor Councils;  Daily Commitments; Pledges (I AM - EYE Search); Stories, Song, or Poem from students and others i.e. Mama Fundi - )

8:25 - 8:55  1st Period (Guardians / Cluster Presentation)

9:00 - 10:30 AM EST 2nd period (Fundamentals of Math MWOrigins World History and Comparative Hist. & GovTTHDifferential Equations Fri.)

15 minute break

10:45 - 12:15 PM 3rd period (Environmental Science MWExpress Yo'self and Writing Ashe TTH /Operations Man. & Fundamentals of Engineering Fri

Lunch: 12:15-12:45 PM

12:45 - 1:20  EST: 4th Period (Guardian / Cluster Presentations)

1:30 - 2:30 PM EST - 5th Period ( Physical and Earth Science MW / Test Prep TH /  Musical River Fri.

 

2:35- 3:35 PM EST - 6th Period  (Pre-Calculus MW / French/Kiswawahili TH / Differential Equations Fri.

3:35-3:45 PM EST End of Day Ritual ( Ancestor Gratitude and Accounting- Evening Commitments - I AM - EYE Search - Mama Fundi - Student Story. Song or Poem)

 

Weekend Shule

Saturdays

9:00 - 10:30 AM EST (Following Araminta Sept 19 - Nov 8th)

10-11:30 EST Grammar Compostion and African Disaporian Literature Sept 19 - Nov 8th)

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST (Feel The Flow of Success 2nd and 4th Saturdays)

Sundays

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST (Inspirational Telllin'  Storytellin, prose, poety and song for the Afrikan soul first Sundays of the month )

3:30-5:00 Story and Song Tellin' w/ Kala JoJo

6:00 -7:30 pm 21st Underground RailroadThese Eyes Photography Class by Ife )

 

 


Last Updated on Monday, 15 April 2013 16:46  

Newsflash

New AYA Home-School Collective sites allow solve key problems with traditional home-schooling
  • Parents can continue to work . It no longer requires that one parent stay at home or that both parents work part time.
  • Students are not left home alone while the parent(s) work.
  • Students are not physically alone
  • Parents are still intimately and integrally involved in the educational process.
Learn more about AYA's Home-School Collective sites. See if one is forming in your area or see what you need to do to form one.
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