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STEAM @ Murray Elementary

STEAM Afterschool Courses at Murray Elementary are now open for enrollment. Browse our course offerings below. Enroll online.

Courses | Location | Timeline | Tuition

Each class that moves forward will generate contributions
of up to $100 (dependent on class size) to the school’s Parent Faculty Club (PFC) and $25
to Student Council.

Location

Murray Elementary
8435 Davona Dr
Dublin, CA 94568

Timeline

Courses are offered 1 day per week for 9 weeks, March - May.

Tuition

$150/Course

Each class that moves forward will generate contributions of up to $100 (dependent on class size) to the school’s Parent Faculty Club (PFC) and $25 to Student Council.

 Local, Qualified Teachers

Courses organized by local teachers with
California Teaching Credentials.

Murray Afterschool Course Offerings

The Science of Construction & Engineering

Grade Levels: K – 3
Dates: Mondays, March 20 – May 22, 2:10 - 3:10 p.m.
(9 instructional days: March 20, 27, April 10, 17, 24, May 1, 8, 15, 22)
Instructors: Casey Curtis, Dougherty Teacher
Room: Science Lab P2
Enrollment Fee: $150
Course Description: Come learn science through the lens of engineering. We will be using the Next Generation Science Standards to explore and experiment with hands on activities and building. During these classes we will be building, testing what we build, and then improving on it to make the most efficient vehicles. Students will have the opportunity to work with bottle rockets, paper structures, toy parachutes, catapults, tiny robots, and slingshot rockets. Come join the fun.

Cooking Through Literature, Culture & Science

Grade Levels: 1 – 3
Dates: Thursdays, March 23 – May 25, 3:10 - 4:10 p.m.
(8 instructional days: March 23, 30, April 13, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 25)
Instructor: Lauren Soto-Figueroa, Murray Teacher
Room: K4
Enrollment Fee: $150
Course Description: Students will become introductory chefs as they explore the world and art of cooking through literature, culture, and science. Students will learn the basics of cooking materials, collect recipes and notes through an interactive notebook (cookbook), and explore in basic recipes. Each class students will learn, cook, and taste/take home food and recipes related to cultural foods around the world, connected to literature and also explore how cooking is related to math and science. Please let instructor know of any food allergies. Please wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes. Looking forward to guiding your child around the world through making and tasting! Bon appetite!

Enroll Online

Questions or Comments

We are here to help. Please contact as with questions or feedback.

Main Office
(925) 587-5610

Vickie Constantinides
Academy Program Manager
(925) 587-5610  Ext. 1003
vickie@dpie.org

Rich Boschetti
Academy Superintendent
(925) 587-5610  Ext. 1004
rich@dpie.org