CLASS CATALOGUE Fall 2022

(GRADES 6-12)

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Receive a 10% discount when registering for four or more classes per student.

* If you are a student at a homeschool charter school, you may be able to take our high school classes for credit if you talk to your contact person from the school and request that the courses be added to their course catalog. All the schools have different procedures and policies. Please let us know if you need assistance with syllabi and curriculum. 

MONDAY CLASSES (10 WEEKS) In-person at Adat Shalom 


World History:  From The First Humans to The Decline And Fall Of Rome

 

Monday: 9:00am – 10:30am (10 weeks)

         Sept. 12, 19, (no class 26), Oct. 3, (no class 10, 17), 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14, (no class 21), 28, Dec. 5, 12  

         Grades 6 - 12

All humans, whether they are Europeans, Australian Aborigines, or Africans, belong to the same subgroup of human beings, Homo Sapiens Sapiens, or wise, wise humans. We have more in common with our ancient ancestors and with each other than we often admit, and we have survived thousands of years because of our ability to adapt and progress. The material covered for the first semester will be from prehistory up to 500 AD, and will include the history from many regions of the world, including Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, China, Ancient Greece and Rome. We will be covering a lot of material in a short amount of time, so students will be expected to pay keen attention in class, take notes, and do a fair amount of homework, including a research paper (3–5 pages), or an equivocal-length PowerPoint presentation. Students will not only learn the important events in history, but also learn how the information fits together in terms of human development, time periods, and regions of the world. Students will be engaged in as many hands-on activities as time allows. The curriculum will be based on the first unit of the Glencoe World History book.    

Students are welcome to take this class remotely. Please let us know when you register. 

TEACHER: Steve Rachwal
SEMESTER FEE: $290


Theatre Lab Tweens and Teens: Journeys For Freedom - A Kid's Key To The Golden Door

Monday: 10:35am – 11:55am (10 weeks)    

         Sept. 12, 19, (no class 26), Oct. 3, (no class 10, 17), 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14, (no class 21), 28, Dec. 5, 12 

Grades 6 - 12 

Literature comes alive through the performing arts as students improvise, create, and interpret scripts, incorporate personal experiences, debate ideas, and work with a myriad of interactive and immersive tools to explore history!  This year, "Journeys For Freedom: A Kid’s Key to the Golden Door" explores the evolution of America as a nation of immigrants, including the Louisiana Purchase, Lewis and Clark, Manifest Destiny and Westward Expansion, the Trail of Tears, the Irish Potato Famine, the Oregon Trail, the Gold Rush and Transcontinental Railroad, the great waves of immigration, the experiences at Ellis Island and Angel Island, the Statue of Liberty and each student’s own family immigration culture and history. Immerse yourself in the journey for freedom- Join the Theatre Lab Junior and be lit! 

TEACHER: Heidi Joyce
SEMESTER FEE: $290


Story Circle

Monday: 12:00pm – 12:55pm (10 weeks)

         Sept. 12, 19, (no class 26), Oct. 3, (no class 10, 17), 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14, (no class 21), 28, Dec. 5, 12 

Grades 6 - 12

Access your personal and original stories while discovering what makes a good story and how to tell it well. We will also explore folktales and tell them in new ways. Students will learn the fundamentals of plot development and participate in each other's stories through role playing and acting. This class will enhance writing, public speaking, and performance skills while providing a safe forum for interpersonal communication, self discovery and friendship. The process is both fun and deeply rewarding. This class is for newcomers and seasoned veterans.

Students are welcome to take this class remotely. Please let us know when you register. 

TEACHER: Karen Golden
SEMESTER FEE: $250

Drawing Fundamentals 

Monday: 12:00pm – 12:55pm (10 weeks)

         Sept. 12, 19, (no class 26), Oct. 3, (no class 10, 17), 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14, (no class 21), 28, Dec. 5, 12 

Grades  6 - 12

People often tell me that they cannot draw. My answer is always the same: “Everybody can draw. You first need to learn how to see.” When you learn to play an instrument, you learn to identify the sound of the notes and you should practice often to become good. That is the same with drawing. We study the science of drawing (perspective and lighting), mixed in with doodling techniques, and other topics the students express interest in. Each student will need a sketchbook (minimum size 8”x10”) and will be expected to draw in it regularly outside of class. We will provide all other materials, but students are welcome to bring their own supplies.

TEACHER: Steve Rachwal
SEMESTER FEE: $270


Jump Rope Skills

Monday: 1:00pm – 1:55pm (10 weeks)

         Sept. 12, 19, (no class 26), Oct. 3, (no class 10, 17), 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14, (no class 21), 28, Dec. 5, 12 

Grades 6 - 12

This jump rope course will teach students the basics of Single Rope, Double Dutch, and Group Jumping. Students will learn a variety of skills and jump rope activities to improve confidence, endurance, focus, teamwork, and creative expression. All skills will be age appropriate. 

Here is a link to the ropes Mike recommends: https://buyjumpropes.net/economy-beaded-jump-ropes/. Please purchase an 8 foot rope in the color of your choosing and bring it to the first class. Students will be responsible for bringing their ropes to class. Due to Covid, there will be no sharing of ropes. If your child would like to leave a rope at CLP, this is fine. It will be labeled with their name. 

TEACHERMike Fry
SEMESTER FEE: $250


Learning Through Role Playing Games - A Design Course

Monday: 2:00pm – 3:00pm (10 weeks)

         Sept. 12, 19, (no class 26), Oct. 3, (no class 10, 17), 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14, (no class 21), 28, Dec. 5, 12 

Grades 6 - 12

Tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons are a huge part of popular culture, with many famous writers, artists, filmmakers, actors, musicians and video game creators developing their creativity through D&D. Role-playing games are a multi-billion dollar industry that is seeing increased growth around the world. They are also a great way of learning any subject—science, history, language, math, etc. 

In this class, students learn about the history of pen-and-paper (aka tabletop) role-playing games, play a few, and, finally, each student will design their own with one requirement: to make it educational about any topic they want. The lessons include world building, narrative design, character design, game mechanics and randomization, research and inspiration, plus business skills such as copyright, publishing and marketing.

This classes will exercise and build many Common Core proficiencies while students have fun making something that can be played by friends and family. Students unfamiliar with role-playing games are very welcome, as well as veteran gamers.

TEACHERAaron Vanek
SEMESTER FEE: $280


High School English - Online

Monday: 1:00pm – 2:30pm (10 weeks)

Friday: 11:00am – 12:30pm  (11 weeks)

          Sept. 12, 19, (no class 26), Oct. 3, (no class 10, 17), 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14, (no class 21), 28, Dec. 5, 12  

          Sept. 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, (no class 14), 21, 28, Nov. 4, (no class 11), 18, (no class 25), Dec. 2, 9, 16 

Grades 9 - 12

This year, we will study some of the world's greatest literature focusing on representative works by major authors cited in the AP® English Course Description with an emphasis on American classics.  A rich body of course reading will include classic works such as Pride and Prejudice, Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, Lord of the Flies, and poems, essays, short stories, and excerpts from other beloved classics.  All works selected for the course are widely recognized as essential college-bound texts. Through discussion, collaboration, and creative and interpretive writing experiences, students will learn and apply literary and rhetorical analysis.  Class consists of mini-lessons, reflection, discussion, interaction with the readings, and a variety of literary activities to develop students’ skills as readers and thinkers.  No textbook purchase is required. All readings are readily accessible from the local library or will be provided as handouts. 

If you are interested in this class but the times do not work for you, please let us know as we can be flexible with the time.

TEACHER: Heidi Joyce
SEMESTER FEE: $600

TUESDAY CLASSES (9 WEEKS) Online. Your teacher will send you the Zoom links.

 

Equations Of Physics

Tuesday: 9:00am – 10:00am (9 weeks)       

          Sept. 13, 20, (no class 27), Oct. (no class 4), (no class 11, 18), 25 Nov. 1, 8, 15, (no class 22), 29, Dec. 6, 13

Grades 6 - 12

Develop your talent for predicting the future with math-based physics! This two-semester course covers the fundamentals of classical physics including Newtonian motion, energy & momentum, thermodynamics, waves, and electricity & magnetism. Math prerequisite: algebra. This online course may be taken stand-alone, but is best taken as a companion course to "Exploring Physics," which will use the same textbook and goes deeper into concepts, practical applications, and explores career options for aspiring physicists. Students will participate in lectures, read the textbook, do assignments, quizzes and an end of the semester exam. Formal grades will be given.

Textbook TBD. Textbook will be low-cost (under $20) or available online at no cost.

TEACHER: Andrea Abler
SEMESTER FEE: $225

An Introduction to ASL (American Sign Language)

Tuesday: 10:15am – 11:15am (9 weeks)

          Sept. 13, 20, (no class 27), Oct. (no class 4), (no class 11, 18), 25, Nov. 1, 8, 15, (no class 22), 29, Dec. 6, 13

Grades 4 and up

        The movie CODA has brought a new awareness of ASL and now you can learn to sign.

        This class will begin with teaching:

  • 1.  The basic elements of ASL, including handshapes, body placement, movements, and facial expression        
  • 2.  A brief history of ASL
  • 3.  The manual alphabet
  • 4.  ASL handshapes
  • 5.  Unique linguistics, artistic expression of ASL
  • 6. categories of common words describing "who", "do", "what", "where" and "when" in order to communicate basic conversations and needs

      The class is then "customized" according to the interests of the students.

Given the time constraints of this class, fluency in ASL communication is not an objective. However, recommendations and referrals for further acquisition of ASL skills will be provided. 

TEACHER: Miriam Cantor
SEMESTER FEE: $225

WEDNESDAY CLASSES (11 WEEKS) In-person at Adat Shalom 


Marine Biology

Wednesday: 9:00am – 10:00am (11 weeks)

Sept. 14, 21, 28, Oct. (no class 5, 12), 19, 26 Nov. 2, 9 ,16, (no class 23), 30, Dec. 7, 14

Grades 6 - 8

In this Middle and High School Marine Biology class, students will dive deep into the knowledge of our Water Planet. We study our oceans and the importance of ocean currents, waves, and tides. We will learn about the coral reefs and kelp forests, including the marine organisms that call these unique environments their home. Students will acquire knowledge about the conditions of intertidal environments, including the adaptations of the organisms that live there. Human’s impact on the marine environment will also be studied. Finally, we will discuss marine life in the different biozones in the ocean, including the continental shelf and the deep-sea trenches. If you love the ocean and want to learn more about aquatic life and animals, this is the class for you!

This class is run in two tracks. After the first 5 weeks, you can’t change tracks.

Track 1: Students will participate in lectures and in class projects. Quizzes, homework and at home project are optional. No formal grade is given.

Track 2: Students will participate in lectures and in class projects. Students in Track 2 will read the textbook, do assignments, quizzes and exams. The at home project is mandatory and formal grades will be given.

TEACHER: Charlotte Swanson
SEMESTER FEE: $ 285


Middle School English  (In-Person)

Wednesday: 10:00am – 11:30am (11 weeks)

Sept. 14, 21, 28, Oct. (no class 5, 12), 19, 26 Nov. 2, 9 ,16, (no class 23), 30, Dec. 7, 14

Grades 6 - 8

From Shakespearian plays to spooky poetry by Edgar Allan Poe, and the dystopian worlds of Ray Bradbury to the allegorical novellas of George Orwell, this class will explore the richness and variety that the literary world has to offer. Students will learn how to analyze literature, and think critically about different ideas and themes. They will learn to write creatively as well as academically. Writing skills include richer word choices, stronger paragraphs, idea brainstorming, organizational tools, description enrichment, the five-paragraph essay format, and editing strategies. Students will be expected to complete weekly assignments on Google Classroom where they will also receive individualized feedback. Access to a Gmail account is required for this class. No textbook required. 

Please note: The material in this class will not overlap with the Friday online Middle School English class. Students are welcome to take both classes.

This class is not a repeat of Fall 2021 but rather, a continuation. New students are welcome!        

TEACHER: Hyla Rachwal
SEMESTER FEE: $330


Art: Build Your World 2D

Wednesday: 11:30am – 12:45pm (11 weeks)

Sept. 14, 21, 28, Oct. (no class 5, 12), 19, 26 Nov. 2, 9 ,16, (no class 23), 30, Dec. 7, 14

Grades 4-8


Using hand drawing and wet media on paper, explore ways to create a visual story based world with landscapes, interiors, and objects. World-building often refers to fantasy sci-fi and fairytale. Background art for games and movies is what you will use as a reference and inspiration for your original creation. Learn visual perspective, volumes, color schemes, lighting and texture.

       TEACHER: Julianna Ostrovsky
       SEMESTER FEE: $345

Exploring Physics

Wednesday: 12:45 – 1:45pm (11 weeks)

Sept. 14, 21, 28, Oct. (no class 5, 12), 19, 26 Nov. 2, 9 ,16, (no class 23), 30, Dec. 7, 14

Grades 6 - 8

Have you ever wanted to be a magician? How about a fortune teller? Dive into the wizarding world of Physics and look no further! This two-semester course covers the fundamentals of classical physics including Newtonian motion, energy & momentum, thermodynamics, waves, and electricity & magnetism -- and explores how all of these are the foundation of the magical world we live in. The course also introduces career paths for students interested in studying physics. There is no math prerequisite for this course.

This class is run in two tracks. After the first 5 weeks, you cannot change tracks.

Track 1: Students will participate in lectures and in class labs. Quizzes, homework and class project are optional. No formal grade is given.

Track 2: Students will participate in lectures and in class labs. Students in Track 2 will read the textbook, do assignments and quizzes and an end of the semester exam. The class project is mandatory and formal grades will be given. Track 2 students are highly encouraged to enroll in the online companion course "Equations of Physics," which will use the same textbook and add a mathematical foundation to the concepts covered in this course.

Textbook TBD. Textbook will be low-cost (under $20) or available online at no cost.

      TEACHER: Andrea Abler
      SEMESTER FEE: $290


Speaker’s League

Wednesday: 1:45pm – 3:00pm (11 weeks)

Sept. 14, 21, 28, Oct. (no class 5, 12), 19, 26 Nov. 2, 9 ,16, (no class 23), 30, Dec. 7, 14

Grades 4  and up

Come join the fun and take the fear out of public speaking. Modeled after Toastmasters, Speaker's League offers kids the opportunity to hone their public speaking skills through hands-on activities including the preparation and presentation of speeches, impromptu speaking, the use of visual aids, gestures, and vocal variety. The meetings are run by the students and they progress through levels as they master specific skills. 

New members are welcome!

TEACHERKaren Golden
SEMESTER FEE: $285

THURSDAY CLASSES (12 WEEKS) Online. Your teacher will send you the Zoom links. 

Art: Character Design By Hand

Thursday: 9:00am – 10:00am (12 weeks)       

Sept. 15, 22, 29, Oct. 6, (no class 13), 20, 27, Nov. 3, 10,17, (no class 24), Dec. 1, 8, 15

Grades 5  and up

Learn human proportion and ways to construct characters that live in the sci-fi or fantasy world you imagine. Learn animal structures and shapes in nature to transform and build your character. In this class, we will use various drawing techniques and materials on paper.

Materials list:

  • Pad of approximately 30 pages Carlson 9X14 all media paper. 
  • 3 sheets of color tone paper dark mediums and light.
  • Conte crayon black, sepia, white
  • Boxed Set of pencils from HB to 9B (or as close to it),
  • Erasel (eraser pencil) (optional)
  • Ink India black and sepia other colors are (optional)
  • Ink Brush pen 
  • Brushes assorted 
  • Bamboo brush (optional).
  • Black micron or brush pens, or Pilot pens or similar(3) Black; sharpies (a few black): some fine some thick. You may already have around the house or can get at a Dollar store or Walmart
  • White paint marker and white pastel pencil 
  • Additional Color media: colored pencils, watercolor markers etc.
  • Ruler metal
  • Masking tape
  • Scissors  
  • Clamp Light
  • Mirror for self portrait

TEACHER: Julianna Ostrovsky
SEMESTER FEE: $300


Creative Writing: The Short Story

Thursday: 10:15am – 11:15pm (12 weeks)       

Sept. 15, 22, 29, Oct. 6, (no class 13), 20, 27, Nov. 3, 10,17, (no class 24), Dec. 1, 8, 15

Grades 6  and up

Short stories are jampacked with the same great characters, excitement, and language of full-length novels, but in bite-sized bits. The exciting variety of engaging poetry forms similarly offer a rich mini-playground for writing. In this workshop, we’ll focus on short stories as mentor texts to model as we unpack the elements and process of writing our own stories.  Through the creative writing process, students will draft, revise, edit and share their original pieces in a collaborative and fun environment.

TEACHER: Heidi Joyce
SEMESTER FEE: $300

FE JCC 5k with TEAM CLP.  Team training is for EVER

FRIDAY CLASSES (11 WEEKS) Online. Your teacher will send you the Zoom links.

Storytelling - Let's Tell Stories

Friday: 8:00am – 9:00am (11 weeks)       

          Sept. 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, (no class 14), 21, 28, Nov. 4, (no class 11), 18, (no class 25) 

Grades 3 - 6

Humans love stories, and a well told story is even more beloved. In this class, we will learn to tell stories from a variety of sources including personal and family stories, folktales, legends and more. Students will learn what makes a good story and how to offer supportive suggestions for helping their classmates tell a better story. This class enhances creativity, public speaking, and the art of listening in a fun, interactive, and safe environment where even the shyest students can shine. Because this class is virtual, we can make friends from near and far and will have the opportunity to hear other professional storytellers from far-away places.

New and returning students welcome. 

TEACHER: Karen Golden
SEMESTER FEE: $275

Chess 2 - Chess Championship

Friday: 9:15am – 10:15am (11 weeks)

          Sept. 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, (no class 14), 21, 28, Nov. 4, (no class 11), 18, (no class 25) 

Grades 1  and up 

This highly competitive class will challenge the students to face off in a series of tournament style Chess battles to determine who are the ultimate Chess Champions! The tournaments will include Round Robin, Knockout, Blitz, Bughouse, Puzzle, Simul, and more. In addition, all game results will be recorded and the player with the most wins at the end of the session will be crowned the King or Queen of Chess! 

*All students should be confident in the basic rules of Chess. This is a perfect follow up class for any children who previously attended Beginners Chess and/or Chess 2.0.

TEACHER: Brian Julian
SEMESTER FEE: $285

 

Chess 1: Welcome To The Game Of Kings And Queens

Friday: 10:30am – 11:30am (11 weeks)       

         Sept. 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, (no class 14), 21, 28, Nov. 4, (no class 11), 18, (no class 25)

All Ages 

The old saying goes, "Chess is the game of Kings (and Queens)," and in this class we'll find out why. Chess subtly teaches children all the qualities of a noble king or queen: perseverance, nobility, courtesy, benevolence, responsibility, problem solving, confidence, sportsmanship, planning, patience, social skills, critical thinking, imagination and more. And if that weren't enough, it's also super awesome fun! In this class we'll start at the beginning to discover all the different characters (pieces) of Chess and background information about who they are and where they come from. Then it's onto how they move on the board and the rest of the dynamic rules of this 2000-year-old Game of Kings!

TEACHER: Brian Julian
SEMESTER FEE: $275

High School English - Online

Monday: 1:00pm – 2:30pm (10 weeks)

Friday: 11:00am – 12:30pm  (11 weeks)

          Sept. 12, 19, (no class 26), Oct. 3, (no class 10, 17), 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14, (no class 21), 28, Dec. 5, 12  

          Sept. 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, (no class 14), 21, 28, Nov. 4, (no class 11), 18, (no class 25), Dec. 2, 9, 16 

Grades 9 - 12

See Monday For Description


In The News And Beyond The Headlines

Friday: 10:30am – 11:30am (11 weeks)

          Sept. 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, (no class 14), 21, 28, Nov. 4, (no class 11), 18, (no class 25),  Dec. 2, 9, 16 

Grades 6 - 12

We will read articles and watch videos about events in the news and have class discussions about how these events impact us, our communities, and the world. This class does NOT promote a specific political ideology. Topics will include elements of history, how our government and industry operate, and how to move ideas for change into action. Students will also gain news media literacy by learning how to judge the reliability and credibility of information. Students will be expected to write several short essays, often comparing opposing viewpoints.

All new material from last semester. New and returning students are welcome. 


TEACHER: Steve Rachwal
SEMESTER FEE: $275


Middle School English (Online)

Friday: 11:45am – 12:45pm (11 weeks)       

         Sept. 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, (no class 14), 21, 28, Nov. 4, (no class 11), 18, (no class 25),  Dec. 2, 9, 16

Grades 6 - 8

From Shakespearian plays to spooky poetry by Edgar Allan Poe, and the dystopian worlds of Ray Bradbury to the allegorical novellas of George Orwell, this class will explore the richness and variety that the literary world has to offer. Students will learn how to analyze literature, and think critically about different ideas and themes. They will learn to write creatively as well as academically. Writing skills include richer word choices, stronger paragraphs, idea brainstorming, organizational tools, description enrichment, the five-paragraph essay format, and editing strategies. Zoom classes will be interactive and include engaging elements such as breakout rooms, PowerPoint presentations, games, Blooket, Kahoot, and so much more! Students will be expected to complete weekly assignments on Google Classroom where they will also receive individualized feedback. Access to a Gmail account is required for this class. No textbook required. 

Please note: The material in this class will not overlap with the Wednesday in-person Middle School English class. Students are welcome to take both classes.

TEACHER: Hyla Rachwal
SEMESTER FEE: $275


Introduction to Photoshop 

Friday: 1:00pm – 2:00pm (11 weeks)       

         Sept. 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, (no class 14), 21, 28, Nov. 4, (no class 11), 18, (no class 25),  Dec. 2, 9, 16

Grades 5 and up

We will learn the basics of Photoshop, including opening images, working with layers, adjusting image quality, making selections, retouching images, using color, adding text and shapes, combining images, applying filters, and more. Each week there will be assignments to complete using your newly learned skills. Adobe offers an “All Apps” plan to students for just $19.99/mo. for the first year. This course is a repeat from Fall 2021.


TEACHER: Steve Rachwal
SEMESTER FEE: $275


Math Circle: A Partnership With 21st Century Math

   Registration for this class is a two part process:

1. Email instructor Eric Kogan erickogan@21centurymath.com to request placement for the class, dates and fees.

2.  Email  Karen@karengolden.com to register for the class. 

If you are part of a charter school, the Purchase Order is to be made out to Creative Learning Place. Thank you!


Beginners 2, Grade 5-6
Beginners 2 is based on the book, Math Adventures with ORMC, Level 2 "UCLA Math Circle" , From Ciphers to Nets of Solids, by Dr. Gleizer and Dr. Radko.
The course is designed for mathematically inclined children 9 to 12 years of age. There are 20 lessons in the book. Each lesson takes two to three 50-minute-long sessions to cover. Each lesson is followed by homework. The lessons cover the topics including ciphers, functions, solids, projections, introduction to logic, microchip design, and more.

Intermediate 1, Grade 7-8
The classes are suitable for mathematically inclined children 11 to 13 years of age. The topics covered include the Tower of Hanoi and the Sierpinksi Triangle, Egyptian multiplication and binary numbers, introduction to geometry, compass and ruler constructions, clock-face arithmetic, coordinates in the plane and on a sphere, functions and graphs, and geometry on the cylinder.

For more details about the program, such as our curriculum, grade levels, classes and fees please visit: https://www.21centurymath.com/.
Feel free to download the LESSON EXAMPLES to share with your children.

TEACHER: Eric Kogan
SEMESTER FEE: Will be based on the day of the week your child is placed. 


Private Recorder Or Saxophone Lessons

Private Recorder or Saxophone Lessons

Learn to play the recorder or saxophone or brush up on your recorder skills.  For beginning through advanced players. Private lessons can be arranged anytime Karen is not teaching a class at CLP, including Tuesdays and Thursdays, and in the afternoon and early evening hours. 

TEACHER: Karen Golden
Class Fees: Private lessons will be sold in lesson packages: $120 for four 30 minute lessons.
Please email Karen@karengolden.com to schedule a time. 

Tutoring  

Are you interested in tutoring sessions in math or reading and writing for your child? A number of our CLP teachers are available to help your kids. Please check the box for tutoring on the registration form, or request tutoring here, and we will let you know about fees and availability.