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Registration Form – Keystone Engage

  • Registration Form & Due Dates

  • Reduced Rate: Friday, May 24, 2019*
    Final Due Date: September 27, 2019
    *Request tuition fees. All fees are dependent on workshop site location. Registrations received by May 24, 2019 will be awarded a $50 reduction per workshop.
  • School Information

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    Please note beginning and ending times listed for workshops you have selected.
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  • Workshops

  • - Programs below are for 10 students/$650
    - All workshops are in Rensselaerville
    (8:30 am to 1:30 pm)
  • - Language Programs below are for 10 students/$700
    - All workshops are in Rensselaerville
    (8:30 am to 1:30 pm)
  • When submitted you will receive a conformation email with a photo release form.
    Please fill out a photo release form for each student in attendance. Photos will be used for grand requirements and publicity.
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TESTIMONIALS

“I learned that making mistakes is just as important as not making mistakes.”

5th Grade Student
Abram Lansing Elem. School

“I loved watching today’s lessons.  Modeling the lessons was very helpful and valuable for me as a teacher…the lessons were engaging in all subject areas (math, science, ELA).”

Teacher
Greenville Elem. School

“This conference does a phenomenal job preparing students for post-high school life.  Students are learning and practicing public speaking, critical thinking skills and taking a stance on key historical issues.  Their experience is unlike any other they will have in this realm.”

Teacher
Fort Plain Jr./Sr. High School

“(Model United Nations) taught me more about how to formulate questions better and how to form better arguments.”

11th Grade Student
Greenville High School

“(In future writing) I will think about my story and really describe the characters I write about.”

5th Grade Student
Lake Ave. Elementary School

“Thank you Keystone for the awesome science day!”

5th Grade Student
Abram Lansing Elem. School

“I definitely felt more comfortable because I was in an environment where, if I made a mistake, it was not a big deal.  The teachers corrected my French and moved on. Through the teachers giving us mini-lessons mixed in with the activities, I was able to pick up on the grammar tricks that I had been unaware of.”

11th Grade student
Bolton Central School

“The exposure to native speakers (is most valuable).  I’m a gringa.  This gives students an idea of the mental energy needed to comprehend.  My own Spanish got some practice too.”  

Spanish Teacher
Schodack Central School

“The opportunity to speak French all day and to experience French speakers who come from la francophonic is invaluable.  Just wonderful.  This particular workshop is unique in that it introduces students to accents and cultures through la francophone in addition to France and Canada.”

French Teacher
Bolton Central School

“Some students spoke French very well and it was fun to be able to chat with them and learn interesting things about them.”

10th Grade student
Bolton Central School

“I learned that you really need to be specific with your details and that it will help you write more interesting stories.”

5th Grade Student
Forts Ferry Elem. School

I liked learning about the Underground Railroad. It was like you were there when it was happening.

7th Grade Student
Greenville

I learned a lot about history and got to work with people I didn’t know.

7th Grade Student
Voorheesville

I learned how to measure the height of things with a protractor and meter stick.

7th Grade Student
Voorheesville

We heard stories from reporters and film makers who put themselves into situations dealing with current events.

9th Grade Student
Columbia High School

It has let me identify fake news an understand stories based on who they benefit.

9th Grade Student
Columbia High School

It was a fun way to write. It was risk free so it took the stress off. As a result, kids could enjoy the writing process rather than have it feel like work.

Teacher
Greenville