Class will be offered *online* starting January 15, 2020
Students will study to understand the Holocaust as a significant event in history with universal implications, and will define the role and responsibility of the individual to uphold the principles of a democracy.
This is a 12-week course using the curriculum Echoes and Reflections, a multi-media curriculum on the Holocaust. Each student should maintain a journal with their personal notes for use during and after this class; we will watch recorded visual history testimony of Holocaust survivors, read first-hand accounts of the events that occurred during that time, and actively participate in discussions of the lessons.
Middle-school and high school students, as well as adults are welcome and encouraged to take this course. Younger students may attend WITH parents (intense subject-matter).
Homeschooling parents may feel comfortable assigning credit for History, Geography, Literature/Poetry, Journaling, and/or English/Language Arts.
Cost is $75, and includes the digital handouts. The class will meet for 12 weeks.
Wednesdays starting at 4pm
Beginning Jan 15, 2020
Please use the registration form below to register by Jan. 8, 2020