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SGD Registration Form

With the exception of the 9th grade Coming of Age class, registration is free and open to all youth. Click on the link above to register your child.

Nursery (infant through 2 year olds)

9:30 and 11:30 am September - May (10 am Summer)ragdoll

nurserygraphicDoes your nursery-aged child like to pretend to be a butterfly,  play with play-dough, listen to guitar playing, jump down steps,  go down a slide, look for treasures, make musical shakers, or go outside?  Whether your child enjoys playing alone or playing with other toddlers, we strive to make the youngest attendees of the UUAA feel happy, loved and secure.  Please stop by the Nursery and see what we are up to on Sunday mornings.

Preschool (3 and 4 year olds)

9:30 and 11:30 am September - May (10 am Summer)

rockinghorseWe Are Many, We Are One:   Based on the philosophy that young children learn about religion through relationships, this program encourages children to use their minds, bodies, and emotions to develop their sense of identity and self-esteem within the Unitarian Universalist community and the world..




Kindergarten/First Grade

9:30 and 11:30 am September - May (10 am Summer)

4 5graphicLove Surrounds Us & Picture Book UU:  The Love Surrounds Us curriculum explores all the Principles in the context of Beloved Community of family/home, school, neighborhood. Participants engage in activities that emphasize the love they feel in community. Picture Book UU allows kids to explore and experience our Seven Principles through wonderful children’s stories.


Second Grade/Third Grade

9:30 and 11:30 am September - May (10 am Summer)

girlblowingbubblesSpirit of Adventure & Peacemakers: The Spirit of Adventure is all about defining what it means to be a UU through hands-on activities. Peacemakers is a long-favorite of teachers and explores ways to resolve conflict in healthy ways.



Fourth Grade/Fifth Grade

11:30 am September - May (10 am Summer)

potion greenHarry and UU:  Harry and UU is based on the Harry Potter series of books by J.K. Rowling, books that immerse children in the idea that one can work to make the world better. The curriculum includes many fun wizarding activities, but the main purpose of the curriculum is social action.  The class forms a chapter of Dumbledore’s Army and fights against seven evil “Horcruxes” during the year. The Horcruxes are real world social action projects.