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Wed, Sep 11

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Jupiter

FIELDS Homeschool Learning Day

Are you seeking a dynamic and enriching educational experience for your child? Look no further! We are thrilled to introduce you to FIELDS our homeschool learning day at the Jupiter Creamery, where we blend the joys of farming, gardening, art, and outdoor play into an engaging curriculum.

FIELDS Homeschool Learning Day
FIELDS Homeschool Learning Day

Time & Location

Sep 11, 2024, 9:00 AM – Apr 09, 2025, 1:30 PM

Jupiter, 18591 131st Trail N, Jupiter, FL 33478, USA

About the event

Our program spans 26 weeks, starting after Labor Day in September and concluding in mid-April. Parents are welcome to stay and participate, but this is a drop-off program designed to provide a holistic learning experience for students.

Ages to apply for Homeschool/co-op: 8-12 year old and accepting only Farm-Motivated, 13- 14 year old.

Class Structure: 

Each class runs for an hour, with small groups of 10-12 students to ensure personalized attention and a supportive learning environment. Our curriculum emphasizes hands-on activities, minimizing homework for younger students while offering enriching challenges for older ones.

Daily Schedule:

  • 9:00 - 10:00 AM: Farm Chores led by Farmer Suzie
  • 10:10 - 11:10 AM: Gardening led by Jackie/Suzie
  • 11:20 - 12:20 PM: Art led by Jackie
  • 12:30 - 1:30 PM: Lunch/Recess/Activities/Pick up supervised by Jackie/Suzie

2024-2025 Schedule:

  • Fall Session: September 11 (start of classes) - December 11 (13 weeks)
  • Break: Nov 23 - Dec 1 (Thanksgiving, NO CLASSES)
  • Winter/Spring Session: January 8 - April 9 (13 weeks)
  • Break: March 24 - 31 (Spring Break, NO CLASSES)

Special Days:

Last Class before Christmas: December 11th - Pajama Day—Come dressed in your P.J.'s!

Last Day of Classes: April 9th - Wacky Wednesday—Come dressed all Mixed up!

*IN CASE OF HURRICANE MAKE-UP DATES for 2024-25: December 18; April 16th, April 23rd

FIELDS stands for Farming, Interactive Art, Educational Homesteading, Learning Culinary, and Developmental Skills.

Curriculum Highlights:

Farmsteading: Students actively participate in farm activities, fostering responsibility and a connection to the land.

Gardening: Engage in hands-on gardening activities to learn about sustainability and healthy food production.

Art: Explore creativity and self-expression through various artistic mediums, nurturing imagination and aesthetic appreciation.

Tickets

  • FIELDS Tuition

    From $1,105.00 to $1,950.00
    • $1,950.00
      +$48.75 service fee
    • $1,105.00
      +$27.63 service fee
    • $1,105.00
      +$27.63 service fee

Total

$0.00

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