East Side Scholastic Spring Session



 The Spring Session of East Side Scholastic offers class specific schedules.

Chemistry: February 2 - May (TBD)
CLOSED Sewing: February 2 - May 4
Writing: March 23 - May 4
French: February 2 - May 25
Functional Fitness: February 2 - May 4 (Two 6 week sessions)

NO CLASSES on March 16 & April 13


Classes meet at the Fayetteville United Methodist Church:
601 E Genesee St, Fayetteville, NY 13066



REGISTRATION opens Thursday, January 12th!

Click on the class titles below
to see a full description of each class.

If you have questions regarding whether or not
a particular class would be a good fit for your child,
feel free to contact us or the teacher. 

See the full schedule HERE.


  • Functional Fitness  
     (Ages 8+ | Class time 2:00-3:00)

     Teacher: Ben Rayland

    "Coach Ben" Rayland is a National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and USA Weightlifting Sport Performance Coach with more than 20 years of experience working with children, as a coach, and a fitness professional. A former competitive powerlifter, Ben has held several New York state powerlifting records, and his career culminated with a World Championship title in the Deadlift in 2014. As an Athletic Performance Coach with proven results, Ben trains athletes of all levels from youth to competitive professional athletes.

  • Sewing  CLOSED
     (Beginners | Class times 1:00-2:00 & 2:00-3:00)

     Teacher: Kris Shea

    Kris was introduced to sewing as a young child and has sewn off and on throughout her life. She enjoys sewing things for her family, rather than buying new, and would like to pass on that ability and skill. Kris has been the sewing teacher at East Side Homeschool Co-op for the past 2 years.

              
  • Writing 
     (Ages 8+| Class times 1:00-2:00 & 2:00-3:00)

     Teacher: Angela Awald, M.Ed

          Angela is passionate about helping children and young adults uncover the joy of writing for
          themselves. She has over 15 years of experience as a classroom teacher, private tutor, and
          homeschooling mama of 6.  During that time, she has guided avid and reluctant writers alike,
          meeting them right where they are, helping them to find their voices
and transform their
         
writing.  Angela shares her own writing over at Nurtured Roots, www.nurturedroots.net.


       (Pre-req. completion of Algebra One | Class time 12:00-2:00)
        Meets 28 weeks

         Teacher: Anne Gustke

         Anne has a bachelor's and master's degree in engineering. She has been homeschooling her
         children for 15 years, covering all the grades from K-12. She has been teaching high school
         chemistry to homeschoolers for the past five years and enjoys making science enjoyable for kids.
       (Ages 5+  | Class times: 12:00-1:00, 1:00-2:00, 2:00-3:00)

         Teacher: Veronique Bennett

        As a French teacher, born and raised in Belgium where French was spoken to me even before I was
        born, I purpose to recreate the immersion of a first language. I also learned my second
        language,  English, in immersion style by going to England at 18 years old. I enrolled in an
        international school in Cambridge, England, and in about 8 months, became fluent in this beautiful
        language. Of course the immersion here, will be only one class a week but you, as a parent, can
        recreate it daily at home by playing the short videos of songs and stories I will suggest to watch at
        home even if you speak very little French yourself.



Questions?
Contact us at
eastsidescholastic@gmail.com