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Select a program from the menu below to see a list of options for the Spring 2019 Semester.
Enrollment is not complete until payment is received. Payment must be made in person or by mail via check made payable to Rossman School.
Once you have enrolled in all desired options, please refer to your "Printable Schedule" (link above) to add up the fees and submit payment.
For questions please contact:
AEP Classes - Gail Clark at email@example.com/ext. 228
Afterschool Care - José Holliday at firstname.lastname@example.org/ext. 259
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Becky Dunning at email@example.com/ext. 208
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Students acquire a well-grounded self-confidence and show significant improvement in thinking and reasoning and in the ability to tackle non-routine problems. IMACS is not intended to replace the Rossman math curriculum; rather, it is an enrichment program for students with an intense interest in mathematics.
IMACS Mathematics Enrichment classes are not grouped by grade level, but by intuitive ability. Four levels of classes are offered: Primary, Elementary, Mathematics and Full Enrichment. Assessments by IMACS teachers will determine the appropriate class and day for your child.
For more information visit www.imacs.org.
If you would like to attend a demonstration class January 8 or enroll, contact Doug Hunt at (314) 569-4184.
Along with 14 years of chess teaching experience, Joseph is an expert rated player with the United States Chess Federation. He was also the 2005 Missouri Scholastic Champion and is one of St. Louis' strongest blitz chess players.
- Would love to act, sing and dance in a high-quality musical revue performed at Rossman for family and friends.
- Want to participate in a team-oriented learning experience, working with professional teaching artist.
- Will bring their talents, energy and focus to classes and rehearsal.
- Are committed to preparation and practice outside of class time.
For more information or to enroll call (314) 561-4898 or visit www.cocastl.org.
Founded in 2001, Lessons Unlimited is a group of dedicated music teachers who care about student education by fostering music appreciation. L.U. instructors are members of both the National Music Teachers Association and the Missouri Music Teachers Association and have an average of over 15 years of teaching experience.
L.U. offers music lessons at any level, introductory to advanced, to students and their family members. The lessons are arranged on an individual or group basis for both children and adults and are scheduled during afterschool hours and on Saturdays. L.U. offers lessons for a variety of instruments — piano, violin, guitar, percussion, clarinet, flute, saxophone and many more. They can also accommodate specific instrument requests. Lessons can be given for groups — band, string, wind ensembles and more. Students will be given opportunities to perform during Lessons Unlimited recitals and school events.
For more information or to enroll call Sophia Freedman at (314) 640-7581 or visit www.lessonsunlimited.org.