Last week, much like Moses, Amy came down off Mount 826 speaking in tongues, scratching ferociously, reeking of raccoon, and carrying two large stone tablets. John immediately set to work translating them and feeding Amy warm milk through an eyedropper until she stopped (for the most part) mumbling to herself.
Thus, we received the fall workshop schedule. Click here to gaze upon it in all its wonder and glory.
Students must register for workshops to participate in them! Call (734) 761-3463 to register. You are only guaranteed a spot in a workshop if you talk to a real, live, actual human when you call. Leaving a message unfortunately does not mean you have registered! Each student may only sign up for two workshops per schedule.
Also, drop-in tutoring starts on September 19! Drop-in happens Mondays through Thursdays from 2:30 to 5:30pm, and, as the name “drop-in” implies, pre-registration is not required. During tutoring, students will be paired up with a savvy adult willing to help with homework, work on a comic strip, or just hang out. Our tutors are highly trained volunteers. Some of our tutors are teachers, education majors, editors, writers, poets, and explorers. For more information on drop-in tutoring, or to find out how you can be a tutor, contact John at firstname.lastname@example.org.