Oswego County LEAH (Loving Education at Home) announces the completion of its Homeschool fall cooperative.
Twice a year, homeschool students gather at the Christian Missionary Alliance Church in Fulton.
Classes are offered from preschool to high school, with a nursery available.
Once in the fall and once in the spring, area homeschoolers gather on eight consecutive Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to noon.
This year’s fall co-op ran from Sept. 17 to Nov. 12 and was comprised of nearly 150 children.
These three hours are divided into three 45-minute class periods with multiple choices available for each grade level.
Parent taught classes such as Shakespeare, Reader’s Theater, Magnetism and Electricity, Sewing and Gym were just a few of the class subjects available this co-op.
Co-op provides a chance for social interaction and supplements studies done at home.
Anyone interested in co-op or joining LEAH is invited to visit its website at homeschool-life.com.
LEAH is a nationwide homeschool group was founded in 1983 to allow homeschoolers to connect with, support, and encourage one another.