Forty-three LEAH (Loving Education at Home) members gathered at the Fulton Alliance Church for their twice annual home school cooperative.
The Oswego County Chapter of LEAH sponsors this sharing educational cooperative. This year’s spring co-op began on March 4 ending April 22.
More than 100 children attended, ranging in age from preschool to 12th grade. Each three hour session is divided into three 45-minute class periods and are further separated into age groups.
The classes vary every fall and spring. Some classes offered this co-op include: journalism, essay writing and great artists for high school students; sewing and New York State History for middle school students; and gym, music, math and art for some of the younger students.
Many class choices are available.
Anyone interested in LEAH or the cooperative can visit the website: www.homeschool-life.com click on NY State, then on the Oswego Chapter for more information.