#Advancing Engineers SPIKE PRIME Part 2
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REGISTRATION AVAILABLE THROUGH GREAT NECK PARKS DISTRICT: https://www.gnparks.org/350/Youth-Classes LEGO® Advancing Engineers - SPIKE PRIME! EDITION - Part 2 GRADES 3rd - 6th grade *Students in this course will build and code weekly challenges. Unlike our Robotics classes these devices are broken down at the end of each class and next week is a new challenge focused on different grade aligned STEAM standards. X-ROBOTX LEGO® Robotics programs are a top to bottom program for learning the fundamentals of robotics, using the newest successful LEGO® robotics kit: the SPIKE! These classes are great for any students who love either LEGO® or coding, or kids who haven’t worked with either before. KITS USED: LEGO® SPIKE PRIME PROGRAM LENGTH: 6 Weeks (No class 11/23) START DATE: TUESDAY November 9th, 2023, 5:30PM CLASS LENGTH: 60 minutes CLASS SIZE: 12 Max OTHER INFORMATION: We welcome parents to come back 10 minutes early each week to check out our awesome work and talk to our staff. We will also almost always post pictures for your family on our social media accounts for a keepsake. Kids will be cleaning up their materials during the last 5 minutes. CANCELLATION/MISSED CLASS POLICY: If for any reason X-ROBOTX has to cancel a class in your section, all families will be given a proportional refund for that class session. If a student misses a class for personal reasons, classes cannot be refunded or reissued for another section. PHOTO CONSENT: By signing up for this class, families agree that any photographs taken by X-ROBOTX can and will be used for promotional and marketing purposes, including on social media. Exclusions apply. Please contact us with any additional questions. BEHAVIOR POLICY: Our company was created to provide students of all ages and levels positive experiences to build an interest in the sciences. Students participating in X-ROBOTX STEM and robotics classes are expected to conform to teacher expectations for behavior. This includes using appropriate language and physical behavior during class, towards teachers and other students. Teachers will intercede to redirect and correct problematic behaviors as they occur. When these strategies are not successful in changing behavior and/or serious incidents occur, it is necessary for additional action to be taken. Consequences can include direct parent phone calls, followed by removal from class. Students removed from classes will be issued a refund for remaining class time.
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