Creative Learning Pod Fall 2020
Online enrollment is available now!
$250 / week
About the Creative Learning Pod
Students receive distanced learning support from an experienced certified teacher and do arts activities with local professional artists during non-learning times.
Remote Learning Support
The pod follows the Shoreline School District's remote learning schedule. Our certified teacher will help your child log in and out at the correct times, work through technology issues, and get their schoolwork done. Learning support is available in both English and Spanish!
For nearly 3 hours every day, students will do fun and engaging activities like making masks, dancing, building 3D creatures, yoga, creating paper cutout art, and much more! Learn about our professional arts instructors.
You can go to work, run errands, and do the things you need to do all with the peace of mind that your child is safe and actively engaged in a caring educational environment. Stay up to date with the Creative Learning Pod calendar.
Safety is paramount and the Arts Council is committed to following the latest and most up-to-date recommendations from CDC, Washington DoH, and Seattle and King County Public Health officials. Click here to see a full list of COVID-19 safety precautions that the Arts Council is taking.
Meet the Instructors
We have gathered a team of qualified and experienced artists and educators to help your student thrive.
Alfonso is a certified bi-lingual elementary teacher with over fourteen years of teaching experience in Texas. He has received the Teacher of the Year Award from the Houston Area Association for Bilingual Educators. He also has a bachelor's degree in Computer Science and is fluent in English and Spanish.
Students receive remote learning support from Alfonso Tobón, a certified teacher with over 14 years of experience in the classroom. And every afternoon, local artist Nataliya Zigelboym and dancer Jennifer Haywood lead creative, educational, and fun arts activities.
Originally from Odessa, Ukraine, Nataliya is a fashion designer, stylist, and textile artist with over 20 years of experience working and teaching in Ukraine, New York, and Seattle. She teaches a variety of arts classes for youth in Seattle-area schools on subjects such as design, tapestry, sewing, and ceramics.
Jennifer has a BA in dance from WWU and a MA in counseling/psychology from Lesley University. She has taught dance and yoga for 16 years. Jennifer keeps her performing chops up to speed with MoDanCo, a modern dance choreographic collective.