Extended Day & Enrichment

We offer a range options for Lower School students to participate in after-school care and enrichment.

Extended Day



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Hawks' Club – Extended Day

Hawks' Club – Extended Day is designed to be an extension of the school day by offering a variety of activities that promote emotional, social and physical development. The Extended Day after-school program serves Charlotte Latin students in Transitional Kindergarten through the fifth grade, space permitting. Students may stay in extended care until 3:10 p.m., 4:30 p.m. or 6 p.m. The program supports the School's mission of encouraging individual development and offering growth-promoting opportunities. The teachers provide a fun, safe and caring environment in which children can relax and unwind at the end of their day.

Hawks' Club provides students with a balance of structured and unstructured time, and a chance to enjoy nature and the outdoors, engage in dramatic play, create a craft, and participate in many hands-on activities. Older students have a dedicated classroom space in which to play and study, and assistance with homework also is available. The after-school teachers plan, prep and create monthly activities that are age-appropriate and are based upon the child's individual needs, interests and abilities. In addition, other professionals from the School and the community are frequently invited to enhance the program. Hawks' Club also is available to Latin families on teacher workdays; on these days the children often enjoy local field trips. Some of the children's favorite trips are to the Aviation Museum and Discovery Place.

Fees are charged per semester and reflect a one-day, two-day, three-day, four-day or five-day a week options. (Please see fees in brochure below.) In addition, a daily option is available, space permitting, with one-day notice. This drop-in rate also applies if a child needs to switch days during a particular week (space permitting)



Extended Day Fees 2018-2019
(Per Semester)
Hours1-day2-day3-day4-day5-day
1:30–3:10$260$525$780$1,040$1,275
1:30–4:30$470$920$1,405$1,850$2,320
1:30–6:00$685$1,385$2,070$2,750$3,475
3:10–4:30$220$420$625$865$1,060
3:10–6:00$440$875$1,335$1,745$2,195

In addition to these, a daily option is available, space permitting, with one-day notice. This drop-in rate also applies if a child needs to switch days during a particular week (space permitting).

A 4:30 p.m. activity bus is also available to Extended Day students at an additional charge per semester (if student is not already registered at the round-trip rate).


Enrichment Program


Enrichment Program – Let's Soar!

In addition to the many daily activity choices that children enjoy in Extended Day, we offer semester-long enrichment classes to all Lower School students. The class offerings are designed to introduce students to a new skill, spark a new interest or broaden an existing talent. The classes are taught by instructors who are professionally trained and educated in their respective fields.


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Winter 2019 Offerings

Backstage with Mary Poppins (TK/K)

Thursdays, 2:00-2:45 p.m.
8-week class

Dates: January 10, 17, 24, 31; February 7, 14, 21, 28

Cost: $150

In anticipation of our Charlotte Latin Mary Poppins production in February, Annette Morris, CLS music teacher, is offering our younger students the opportunity to sing, dance, and act out scenes in our own workshop. We will even enjoy a backstage tour of the Mary Poppins set and get a sneak peek of some of the special costumes and props that will be used in the play! Parents will be invited to share in our last workshop session on February 28. On this day, we will present a few of our favorite scenes and songs from the musical. We guarantee it to be an experience that will be Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!

Clayworks (TK/K)

Fridays, 2:00-2:45 p.m.
6-week class

Dates: January 11 ,18, 25; February 1, 8, 22
(No class February 15, Winter Break)

Cost: $140

Baby, it’s cold outside! In our 6-week Winter Wonderland Clayworks class, students will explore different hand-building techniques including how to roll, pinch, poke, and manipulate objects in clay.During this session, students will have the opportunity to create projects such as snowmen and hot cocoa mugs that will last a lifetime.After molding their creations, your children will have the opportunity to glaze them with a variety of beautiful colors.Join us for some muddy fun!

SwimMAC Swim School (TK/K)

Monday and Wednesday, 2-2:30 p.m.
6-week class

Dates: January 7, 9, 14, 16, 23, 28, 30; February 4, 6, 11, 13, 20
(No class January 21, MLK; February 18 Winter Break)

Cost: $200

Dive into swim class! This class takes place at the SwimMAC facility and is taught by certified swim instructors. Your child will be learning water safety skills, freestyle, backstroke, and more advanced strokes/skills for those who are ready. Included will be lots of swimming and fun activities that promote safety and good swimming, thus building the child’s ability and confidence in the water. This class will accommodate all skill levels, so come on in and make a big splash!

Yoga Adventures by the Playful Yogi (TK/K)

Tuesdays, 2:00-2:45 p.m.
8-week class

Dates: January 8, 15, 22, 29; February 5, 12, 19, 26

Cost: $140

Join us for a Yoga adventure! This semester we will explore the seven chakras, or energy centers, of our body. Each energy wheel lives in a different part of our body and controls specific emotional responses. We will begin with our Root Chakra, which lives at the bottom of our spine, and governs our sense of safety and belonging. We will talk about what that means and play games and use poses to help channel that energy in a positive way. Each week we will explore another of the seven chakras by taking adventures, playing games, or creating a yoga/chakra-based craft, and class will culminate with a take-home reminder of the semester.

Young Engineers of Today, Little Makers: Building Shelter & Animal Habitats (TK/K)

Thursdays, 2:00-2:45 p.m.

8-week class

Dates: January 10, 17, 24, 31; February 7, 14, 21, 28

Cost: $195

Join us on an animal adventure! In this session, our little engineers will be faced with environmental challenges and will work on exciting building projects designed to protect and save different species of animals. We will create shelters to shield our imaginary four-legged friends from day to night and throughout all seasons. We will discuss hibernation and how habitats change due to the warming effects of the sun and exposure to colder temperatures. Join us as we create safe and happy homes for our animal friends!

Yoga Adventures by the Playful Yogi (Grades 1-2)

Tuesdays, 3:20-4:20 p.m.
8-week class

Dates: January 8, 15, 22, 29; February 5, 12, 19, 26

Cost: $140

Join us for a Yoga adventure! This semester we will explore the seven chakras, or energy centers, of our body. Each energy wheel lives in a different part of our body and controls specific emotional responses. We will begin with our Root Chakra, which lives at the bottom of our spine, and governs our sense of safety and belonging. We will talk about what that means and play games and use poses to help channel that energy in a positive way. Each week we will explore another of the seven chakras by taking adventures, playing games, or creating a yoga/chakra-based craft, and class will culminate with a take-home reminder of the semester.

Little Hawks' Cheering Squad (Grades 1-5)

Wednesdays, 3:20-4:20 p.m.
8-week class

Dates: January 9, 16, 23, 30; February 6, 13, 20, 27

Cost: $140

Calling all cheerleaders! Our Cheer Squad program introduces basic cheerleading skills including motions, jumps, chants, and dance with a concentration on safety, sportsmanship, and fun.Our program is lead by Jenny Urbain, former coach of both the Middle School and Varsity Cheerleading Teams and once a Latin Cheerleader herself! Children will be grouped by age for appropriate grade-level instruction. One of the highlights of the session will be cheering at a Latin basketball game with some of our older CLS friends. Let’s go Hawks!

Junior Chefs (Grades 3-4)

Tuesdays, 3:20-4:20 p.m.
8-week class

Dates: January 8, 15, 22, 29; February 5, 12, 19, 26

Cost: $170

Let’s get cooking! Our Junior Chefs unite with our enriching culinary program. This course is more than just your average ‘cookie-cutter’ cooking school. Chef Dawn and Chef Scott will teach your young chef how to make fantastic dishes from around the world. Our older chef program will have a greater emphasis on cutting techniques, sautéing, frying, and baking. The children will learn about selecting and using local and fresh ingredients, along with prepping and cooking measurements. Your child will be ready to whip up their own dishes at home with their new skills. Get your aprons on and be ready to batter up some delicious recipes!

Young Engineers of Today, Young Makers: Woodworking (Grades 4-5)

Thursdays, 3:20-4:20 p.m.
8-week class

Dates: January 10, 17, 24, 31; February 7, 14, 21, 28

Cost: $195

We are excited to introduce our young engineers to the wonders of woodworking this winter! After designing and creating models out of cardboard, our Young Makers will build and assemble their very own wooden birdhouse, pencil holder, and tripod stool. Students will also have the opportunity to learn about basic programming and proper extraction of their wooden pieces using Latin’s own CMC machine. Join us for a session of creativity in carpentry!

Boys' Lacrosse (Grades 4-5)

Wednesdays, 3:20-4:20 p.m.

6-week class

Dates: January 9, 16, 23, 30; February 6, 13

Cost: $120

Latin’s own Coach Sipperly and Coach Salminen are excited to offer an entry-level Lacrosse program to fourth and fifth grade boys this winter. We will focus on teaching the basics of lacrosse in a fun and friendly environment. Players will learn how to hold their stick, the parts of the stick, scooping the ball, cradling, catching, and throwing with soft lacrosse balls. This is a great opportunity for young players to improve upon their current skills or to try something new!

Eyas Wrestling Club (Grades 4-5)

Mondays, 3:20-4:20 p.m.
6-week class

Dates: January 7, 14, 28; February 4,11, 25
(No class January 21, MLK and February 18, Winter Break)

Cost: $120

Eyas Wrestling Club is designed for our novice youth wrestlers and is taught by Latin’s Assistant Varsity Wrestling Coach and former college wrestler, Joseph Evans. In this class, students will learn beginner-wrestling techniques and participate in games and activities that will enhance learning and a love for the sport. Students will be grouped by age as well as skill level. Along with teaching wrestling moves, each session will include tumbling, agility exercises, and group activities to develop a sense of camaraderie among students.



Spring 2019 Offerings

Beading Basics: My Dolly and Me (TK/K)

Wednesdays, 2:00-2:45 p.m.
8-week class

Dates: March 6, 13, 27; April 3, 10, 17, 24; May 1
(No class March 20, Spring Break)

Cost: $180

Join CLS mom, Lori Martin, from 2 Chicks & Some Wire for an introduction to beading!Each class session will explore a new and exciting theme such as “Best Friends Forever,” “Be My Valentine,” “Summer Fun” and “Hawks’ Spirit” which will inspire your child to create something special for them as well as a miniature version for their American Girl Doll!Bring your creative spirit and your excitement for learning simple beading techniques.

Junior Chefs (TK/K)

Tuesdays, 1:45-2:45 p.m.
8-week class

Dates: March 5, 12, 26; April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
(No class March 19, Spring Break)

Cost: $160

Let’s get cooking! Our Junior Chefs unite with our enriching culinary program. This course is more than just your average ‘cookie-cutter’ cooking school. Chef Dawn and Chef Scott will teach your young chef how to make fantastic dishes from around the world. For our young chefs, this will be an introduction to general cooking and light prepping. Your children will learn about cooking measurements and the techniques of marinating, seasoning, sautéing and baking while using local and fresh ingredients. Be prepared for them to whip up their own dishes at home with their new skills. Get your aprons on and be ready to batter up some delicious recipes!

M.A.T.I. Kempo Karate Kids (TK/K)

Mondays, 2:20-2:55 p.m.
10-week class

Dates: March 4, 11, 25; April 1, 8, 15, 29; May 6, 13, 20
(No class March 18, Spring Break; April 22nd Easter Break)

Cost: $200

Don Newell and Eliza Newell from M.A.T.I. Kempo Karate are back by popular demand! The Martial Arts Training Institute helps students learn basic karate techniques including kicks, blocks, strikes, and self-defense. The class will also focus on students building confidence when meeting someone new by practicing the “three things to a polite greeting,” good eye contact, good firm handshake, and good loud voice. Students also learn the Three Rules of Concentration: Focus your Eyes, Mind, and Body. Important Life Skills, such as being respectful, having a positive attitude, self-control, and honesty will be reinforced as well. The last class will consist of a belt ceremony where the students will showcase what they have learned to their instructors and family. Whether a child is new to the sport or working to move up to a higher belt level, this class will accommodate all skill levels.

Soccer Shots (TK/K)

Fridays, 2:00-2:45 p.m.
6-week class

Dates: March 29; April 5, 12, 26; May 3, 10
(No class April 19, Easter Break)

Cost: $120

Goooooal!! For nearly 20 years, Soccer Shots has introduced the game of soccer to the children of Charlotte. Using creative and imaginative games, weekly sessions focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing, and shooting. Positive character traits are highlighted during each session such as respect, teamwork, and confidence. Whether your child is new to soccer or has been playing for a few years, Soccer Shots will expose him or her to the fun of soccer, sportsmanship, and being part of a team.

Young Engineers of Today, Little Makers: Building Shelter & Animal Habitats (TK/K)

Thursdays, 2:00-2:45 p.m.
8-week class

Dates: March 7, 14, 28; April 4, 11, 25; May 2, 9

(No class March 21, Spring Break; No class April 18, Grandparents’ Day)

Cost: $195

Join us on an animal adventure! In this session, our little engineers will be faced with environmental challenges and will work on exciting building projects designed to protect and save different species of animals. We will create shelters to shield our imaginary four-legged friends from day to night and throughout all seasons. We will discuss hibernation and how habitats change due to the warming effects of the sun and exposure to colder temperatures. Join us as we create safe and happy homes for our animal friends!

Junior Chefs (Grades 1-2)

Tuesdays, 3:20-4:20 p.m.
8-week class

Dates: March 5, 12, 26; April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
(No Class March 19, Spring Break)

Cost: $170

Let’s get cooking! Our Junior Chefs unite with our enriching culinary program. This course is more than just your average "cookie-cutter" cooking school. Chef Dawn and Chef Scott will teach your young chef how to make fantastic dishes from around the world. Our older chef program will have a greater emphasis on cutting techniques, sautéing, frying, and baking. The children will learn about selecting and using local and fresh ingredients, along with prepping and cooking measurements. Your child will be ready to whip up their own dishes at home with their new skills. Get your aprons on and be ready to batter up some delicious recipes!

M.A.T.I. Kempo Karate Kids (Grades 1-5)

Mondays, 3:25-4:15 p.m.
10-week class

Dates: March 4, 11, 25; April 1, 8, 15, 29; May 6, 13, 20
(No class March 18, Spring Break; April 22nd Easter Break)

Cost: $200

Don Newell and Eliza Newell from M.A.T.I. Kempo Karate are back by popular demand! The Martial Arts Training Institute helps students learn basic karate techniques including kicks, blocks, strikes, and self-defense. The class will also focus on students building confidence when meeting someone new by practicing the “three things to a polite greeting,” good eye contact, good firm handshake, and good loud voice. Students also learn the Three Rules of Concentration: Focus your Eyes, Mind, and Body. Important Life Skills, such as being respectful, having a positive attitude, self-control, and honesty will be reinforced as well. The last class will consist of a belt ceremony where the students will showcase what they have learned to their instructors and family. Whether a child is new to the sport or working to move up to a higher belt level, this class will accommodate all skill levels.

Young Engineers of Today, Young Makers: Creating Wind & Energy (Grades 2-3)

Thursdays, 3:20-4:20 p.m.
8-week class

Dates: March 7, 14, 28; April 4, 11, 25; May 2, 9
(No class March 21, Spring Break and April 18, Grandparents’ Day)

Cost: $195

Our Young Makers will put on their mechanical engineering hats this spring to design and build wind-powered machines.Using Latin’s own laser cutter, your children will assemble exciting projects such as windmills and sailboats. Students will gain a better understanding of air as wind while learning how wind turbines generate renewable energy and how sailboats “catch” the wind. Get ready to be blown away!

Beading Around the World (Grades 3-5)

Wednesdays, 3:20-4:20 p.m.
8-week class

Dates: March 6, 13, 27; April 3, 10, 17, 24; May 1
(No class March 20, Spring Break)

Cost: $180

Join CLS mom, Lori Martin, from 2 Chicks & Some Wire for beading FUN! We will explore beading materials from unique places around the world including olive wood beads from the Hill Tribes of Tibet, faceted glass from the Czech Republic, and recycled glass from Africa.Each student will go home with un-bead-lievable creations of their own design!

Guru Girls Yoga - Life Skills Yoga (Grade 5 Girls)

Mondays, 3:15-4:20 p.m.
8-week class

Dates: February 11, 25; March 4, 11, 25; April 1, 8, 15
(No class February 18, Winter Break; March 18, Spring Break)

Cost: $150

Grab your yoga mat, call a friend, and join Guru Girls Yoga program!The mission of Guru Girls Yoga is to empower girls through mindfulness, yoga, and fun. This program supports girls living in a fast-paced/social-media world to become more intentional, empowered, and grounded in their personal values and relationships. Guru Girls Yoga is designed to increase adolescent girls’ self-confidence and resilience through the power of the mind-body connection.“Messages from the mat” are geared towards empowering girls to make healthy life choices in preparation for the middle school years.Activities will include, group mindfulness activities, breathing techniques, yoga poses (individual, partner and group), group discussions and journaling. The Guru Girls Yoga Program will be taught by Margot Brinley, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, 200 hr RYT, certified children’s yoga instructor, and mother of three.

Lower School Clubs


Lower School Clubs

In addition to our After-school and Enrichment Programs, our Lower School Clubs provide a wealth of interesting opportunities for our third, fourth and fifth grade students. Many clubs run throughout the school year, and students have a variety of options from which to choose. Our clubs are led by Charlotte Latin teachers with support from our parents.

Book Club, Grade 3

Club Coordinator: Meghan Rhinehart, Lower School Librarian,

Avid readers meet monthly throughout the year to discuss a pleasure reading novel provided by the library. Book Club generally meets on the second Tuesday of the month, 3:15 – 4:20 p.m. There are 14 spaces available. Specific information will be provided during library class in September and registration will be available through CampBrain.

Tentative meeting dates: October 9, November 6, December 11, January 8, February 12, March 12

Garden Club, Grades 3–5

Club Coordinator: Kate Hughey, Fourth Grade Teacher

Come find your inner farmer! During Garden Club we will get our hands dirty as we plant, care for and harvest fall veggies from the Lower School garden beds. We will also learn about important pollinators, organic practices and composting and build a scarecrow! Garden Club is limited to 20 students and meets on the second Thursday of the fall and spring months from 3:15-4:20 p.m. Details about Garden Club will be presented in early September and registration will be available through CampBrain.

Meeting Dates: September 13, October 11, November 8, March 14, April 11, May 9

Girls on the Run, Grades 3–5

Club Coordinator: Katie Smith, Grade 4 Teacher

Girls on the Run is a positive youth development program that inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running. Registered girls will participate in interactive activities such as running, playing games and discussing important concepts such as standing up for yourself, resisting peer pressure, stopping the spread of gossip and making healthy decisions. Girls on the Run focuses on building self-esteem and improving emotional and physical health. Registration will be conducted online at www.gotrcharlotte.org August 20 – September 9. The 10-week season will start the week of September 17 and will conclude with a celebratory 5K on December 8. The Club meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:15 – 4:20 p.m. Maximum number of participants is 15 girls. Join the fun!

Meeting Dates: September 17, 24, 26; October 1, 3, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29; November 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 26, 28; December 3, 5; 5K Run: December 8

Let Me Run (Boys), Grades 4 & 5

Club Coordinator: Alan Becker

The Let Me Run program is about fun and fitness after school. Through the power of running, LMR inspires boys to be true to themselves, to build healthy relationships and to maintain an active lifestyle. The club meets Wednesdays and Fridays from 3:15-4:20 p.m. Register via the Let Me Run website www.letmerun.org: Charlotte Area, Charlotte Latin School, Coach Becker. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Alan Becker.

Meeting Dates: September 28; October 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 31; November 2, 7, 9, 14, 16; 5K Run: November 17

Math Olympiad, Grades 4 & 5

Club Coordinator: Neil McConaughy, Fourth Grade Teacher

Math Olympiad is a problem-solving contest composed of one team of fourth and fifth graders that develops mathematical flexibility, creativity and introduces important concepts. The team will meet weekly on Mondays after school from 3:15- 4:20 p.m. Math Olympiad is limited to 20 students. The program introduces students to important mathematical concepts and strategies for problem solving. The highlights for students are the five monthly contests, administered from November through March. Students will be excited by the immediate feedback received from other students all around the globe. Registration will be available through Campbrain in early September.

Meeting Dates: October 1, 15, 22, 29; November 5, 12, 19, 26; December 3, 10, 17; January 7, 14, 28; February 4, 11, 25; March 4, 11

Service Club, Grades 4 & 5

Club Coordinator: Mary Cerbie, Lower School Physical Education

“Helpful Hawks” participate in service learning and volunteer work to make an impact in the community and school. Service Club meets one Thursday a month starting in October. Service Club details will be posted outside of the Lower School Gym and in the fifth grade hallway. Registration will be available through CampBrain.

Club dates: October 18, December 13, February 14, March 14, April 25

Sumo-Bots, Grades 4 & 5

Club Coordinator: Andrew Hammitt, LS STEAM Lab teacher

Robotic Sumo is a competition where two robots attempt to push each other out of an arena using sensors, clever programming and innovative design. Teams will meet weekly on Thursdays after school from 3:15-4:20 p.m. Sumo-Bots is limited to 24 students. The program concludes with a team competition in April at Appalachian State University. Details will be presented in August and registration will be through CampBrain.

Meeting Dates: January 31; February 7, 21, 28; March 7, 14, 28; April 4, 11

Club Information
All students attending an afterschool club will meet their teacher at an assigned location to check attendance. Once class is over, your child will be dismissed to front carpool (Media Center), Hawks’ Club or the Lower School Christ Church/Trinity bus, which leaves campus at 4:30 p.m.

Activity Bus
CLS offers a late activity bus that leaves campus at 4:30 p.m. for Lower School students who participate in an after-school club. The charge will be $455 per semester if your child is not a round-trip bus rider. All children who riding the 4:30 p.m. bus must be registered. You may register for 4:30 p.m. bus when you register for Enrichment or Lower School Clubs.

Club Attendance
If your child needs to miss a class or has changes to their transportation, please email the club coordinator and copy your child’s classroom teacher.

Allergies
Please notify the club coordinator if your child has any anaphylactic allergies. You must provide an Epi-Pen and an action plan prior to the first day. The Lower School nurse is available between 1:30 – 3:45 p.m. After 3:45 p.m., an athletic trainer is on campus if needed. Our teachers are also trained in CPR, First-Aid and EpiPen procedures. Upon the completion of class, all medications will be sent home with your child.

Freya Hamilton

Freya Hamilton,
Director of After-School Programs

About Freya

Freya Hamilton is the Director of After-School and Enrichment Programs. She holds a degree in early childhood and a level 2 certificate in administration. Freya enjoys beach trips and spending time with her husband, Keith, and their twin girls, Viviana and Sofia.


For more information regarding all aspects of the after-school program, please contact Freya Hamilton, Director of After-School Programs, at fhamilton@charlottelatin.org or 704.846.7260.


Meet the Teachers

Kathryn Brown

Kathryn Brown is an assistant teacher in TK/K and grades 1 and 2. She recently graduated from UNC-Charlotte with a degree in child and family development. She student taught at the Mary Frances Wall Center in Concord.

Kelly Brown

Kelly Brown is a TK/K Assistant in Extended Day. Kelly has her B.S. in social services. Over her career, Kelly has worked in the foster care field for both children and adults with disabilities. Kelly also has passion and talent for the arts and cooking and was previously an art and cooking teacher as well as a lead teacher for the Ballantyne Preschool of the Arts. Kelly has also been a Youth Culinary Coordinator for the Morrison YMCA. Kelly and her husband, Rick, have been married for 24 years. They have two daughters, one son, two dogs, one cat, one guinea pig, one rabbit and one bearded dragon!

Anna Clifford

Anna CliffordAnna Clifford is the lead teacher for grade 1 and 2 and also helps coordinate enrichment. She holds a degree in French studies. Anna enjoys monogramming and spending time with her husband, Pat, her children, Harrison and Betsy, and their sweet dog Rudy.

Laura Dragelin

Lauri Dragelin is a Grade 3-5 Assistant in Extended Day. Lauri received her B.A. and M.A. in secondary education from the College of William & Mary. Lauri and her husband, Tim, have three Latin students: Alec ’11, Hope ’15 and Amy

’18. Lauri is an avid runner and cyclist – she has run 21 marathons and has cycled across the United States. She enjoys spending time with her children, walking her two dogs and anything outdoors.

Catherine Gore

Catherine Gore, a Latin lifer and 2013 graduate, holds a degree in Elementary Education from the University of Alabama, as well as certifications in Early Childhood Education and Elementary Education. She is currently a head teacher at Myers Park Presbyterian Weekday School and a TK - Grade 2 Assistant in Extended Day.

Jennifer Turner

Jen TurnerJennifer Turner holds a degree in science. She is a lead teacher with TK/K. Jen enjoys sports, volunteering at church and spending time with her husband Terrell and boy/girl twins.