After School Clubs

Blacksmithing, Sailing, Mountain Biking, STEM & More

Spring 2018 Clubs

When the sun comes out we move from the ski slopes to the fairways and greens. We also fire up the blacksmithing forge for the makers and craftsmen interested in working with 1000 degree steel. And our popular Spanish Club continues on. Que bien!

Golf
Golf
Blacksmithing
Spanish
Mountain Biking

Golf

Blacksmithing

Spanish

Mountain Biking

Golf | 2018 SPRING GOLF CLUB

Participants will learn the fundamentals of golf from Lahontan Head Golf Pro, Scott Bolen. Mr. Bolen will teach participants the mechanics of putting, chipping, driving and more through clinic style instruction and games at Old Brockway Golf Course in Kings Beach. Return participants will learn more developmentally appropriate techniques.

Instructor: Scott Bolen and other pros.
When: Tuesdays from 3:15pm-5:00pm, six total. Note, dates subject to change depending on weather and course conditions. April 3, 17 & 24  and May 1, 8 & 15. Due to popular demand – MONDAYS SESSIONS ADDED!
Space: Limited to 12 golfers.
Who: Golfers eight years old and up.
Location: Old Brockway Golf Club located on 400 Brassie Ave, Kings Beach, CA.
Price: $150

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Blacksmithing | 2018 Spring Blacksmithing Club

Blacksmithing is a creative and physical endeavor that requires patience, vision and work. Heating steel to 1000+ degrees F then hammering and repeat. Create handles/hooks, nails, bottle openers, fire-strikers, marshmallow roasters and more.

Instructor: Loren Trux is TEA’s 4th Grade Crew Leader and a true Blacksmith expert. He’s a member of the California Blacksmith Association and has learned the craft from some of the best smiths in CA and NV. Over the last five years, Loren has taught hundreds of Tahoe Summer Camp campers and also lead Adult courses throughout the school year.

When: Wednesdays from 3:15pm to 4:45pm. See School Calendar here for updated schedule.
Where: The Synagogue at 7000 Latone Ave, Tahoe Vista CA. US Students can ride over on the bus.
Who: Girls and Boys in 7th to 12th grade.
Cost: $165.00
Space: Limited to only 8 participants.

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Spanish | 2018 Spring Spanish Club

In this six week offering, students will learn more complex cultural concepts of gender, agreement, verbs and sentence structure through reading, writing, vocabulary, and pronunciation. Students will gain confidence and increase proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking Spanish.

Instructor: Victor Zevallos is a native of Pisco, Perú. Victor moved to Truckee in 2009, where he runs Anything Spanish thru the Truckee Rec Center and many local schools. His teaching methods work for students of all levels and ages.

Who: Kindergarten – 3rd graders.
Experience Level: Designed for first time to intermediate Spanish students.
Where: Tahoe Expedition Academy – HQ located at 8651 Speckled Ave. Kings Beach, Ca 96143.
When: Six Wednesdays from 3:15pm to 4:15pm. April 18 & 25, May 2, 9, 16 & 23. Please sign your child out with Victor.
Limits: This club is limited to 10 participants.
Cost: $135 per student, per 6 week course (includes all materials).

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Mountain Biking | Spring 2018 Mountain Bike Club

Bikers will navigate the single-track trails of the Tahoe Basin with knowledgeable, experienced and WFR certified, TEA faculty as well as parent coaches. Riders will learn how to climb and descend technical terrain as well as other bike basics. More advanced riders will learn even more.

Instructors​: Mike Wryman and Skye Allsop
Who: Girls and boys, 1st – 6th graders, beginner to intermediate riders. Beginner bikers are those without club experience. Riders will be split by age and experience into two or more groups. 1st graders must be accompanied by parent.
Where: Depart from Tahoe Expedition Academy HQ for Tahoe XC and other local, fun and challenging local single track trails.
When​: Thursdays – depart from HQ at 3:15, end times will vary based on ride location.
Dates: ​Six rides total – April 26, May 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31
Cost​: $75
Materials: Participants will need their own bike (one that is in good working order), any special tools for fixing flats, spare tube, helmet and hydration system.

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