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Dungeons & Dragons for Middle Schoolers (KCDD)
Start Date:Tuesday, January 9 (10 meetings)Location: Clarke 227
Instructor: Gerry Goolkasian Meeting Time: 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Tuition: $210($210 for seniors)Status: Running/Still Openings

This ever popular game of logic and imagination begins with the creation of characters with the rolling of dice. You and your collaborators guide your characters through an imaginary journey encountering exciting adventures along the way. Your journey is referred to as a "campaign" which is creatively structured like the plot of a good book by one player known as the Dungeon Master. This player is usually a more experienced player. In Week 1, we will begin taking requests to write and run campaigns, and then create characters. After that our imaginations will guide us onwards. Both experienced players and beginners are welcome.


Mr. Goolkasian has been teaching for 26 years in the Lexington Public Schools. He currently teaches math at Clarke Middle School. In the past, he has also taught computer science, computer graphics and visual arts at both the high school and the middle school. Mr. G. loves to ride the waves on a boogey board, build LARGE sand castles, and once played basketball against the Harlem Magicians (like the Harlem Globetrotters).