Two (or more) Birds With One Stone!

A short course in writing through the old-fashioned art of letter writing.


2:00 – 3:00 PM

June 7-July 12

Have you ever written a letter? Has your child ever written a letter? Well, the time to do it is now!  

 Your child will learn how to write better, as well as learn to express him or herself more clearly,

Students will learn the correct way to format a casual letter versus a more formal letter, what to include in a thank you letter, and topics to include in a letter to grandma and grandpa.

 Students will also be taught how to write letters of concern to businesses or governmental agencies. Additionally, they will learn how to write a thank you letter to local law enforcement, the fire department, or a veteran.

 Poor penmanship? So what! We can work on that too!

 So….Your child will have a great constructive time, learning to write while writing letters.

 Supplies required:  pen or pencil.

We will supply the rest – paper and envelopes. We will even put the stamp on your envelope and mail it for you. Of course, if you want some fancy or homemade stationary, you will need to bring that.

 Fees: $72.00

 Please contact Miss Lilli to let her know that you are coming.

Lilli Witczak (626)232-7932 text only -or- email:


Taught by:

Michael & Jenni Hauge


  • June 30

  • July 7

  • July 21

  • July 28

An art class geared for those who want a fun, creative way to learn about the craft of acrylic pouring art. This form of abstract art is the method of making acrylic paint flow in a variety of styles to make beautiful patterns.

We will delve into the history of acrylic pouring, the science behind the art form and the various techniques one can use to create amazing works of abstract art. Even those who have never thought themselves as artists will discover just how easy it is to let go and allow beauty to form on canvas.
Inviting students ages 8 years and above and for any family member who is interested.

Cost: $45.00 per class or $150 for 4 weeks

(This includes all supplies.)
Ages: 8 years and above

 Miss Jenni Bio
I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications (Public Relations/Speaking) background, with a huge love of history and geography. Throughout my time as a stay at home mom, I embarked on a journey of educating myself on how to create a curriculum, where my can build love of U.S. History and Geography. Often times the interest in history and geography fade, but with a creative, hands-on, fun way of teaching it, I found my kids discovering there is
so much more to these subjects than just reading text books. My teaching style is not only informative and educational, but also engaging and entertaining. I have experience teaching at Arcadia Christian School from 2016-2018 along with being a Den Leader and Assistant Scout
Master for Troop 186, Girl Scout Troop Leader at Holy Angels and a Youth Group leader for various organizations. These opportunities have helped me take on a role as an educator and now, I am joining our EIE staff in bringing U.S. Geography.


  • Miss Jenni
  • (626) 476-2337


Taught by:  Karla Luna


10:00 – 10:45

Ages 5-8
Schedule: meeting once a week
This class will go on until the summer break.
  • $40.00 PER MONTH
In this class we will be learning Spanish in a fun way! We will learn through games such as Simon says, worksheets, matching words with correct pictures, drawing, coloring, body movements, story time and singing songs.
This class will be learning:
  • Numbers
  • Colors,
  • Body parts such as head, shoulders, arms, hands, stomach, legs and feet and some facial parts and organs.
  • Food
  • Classroom objects
  • Emotions
  • Family members
  • Clothing
  • Animals
  • Community names including library, fire station and grocery store.
  • Basic introduction phrases and greetings
  • Asking and answering basic questions.



Taught by Karla Luna


11:00 – 12:00

COST:  $40.00 PER MONTH.
Come and learn Spanish in a fun way! In this conversational Spanish class Students will learn Spanish through games and interactive activities, drawing and doing basic body movements.
Students will have the opportunity to discuss their interests, hobbies and goals. The instructor will teach students how to say Spanish words and sentences based on each students interests. Such as: going to the beach/lake, theme parks, traveling and transportation. Students will also learn how to order at a restaurant, and different activities such as swimming, hiking, walking, sports and concerts. Students will also learn numbers, colors and basic body parts such as: head, shoulders, stomach, legs and feet. 
Come and have fun! Ven a divertirte!


Please, Please, Please Don’t Lose Your Math Skills Over the Summer!

Taught by:  Sally Dungan

This course will meet on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from June 14th to July 7th, and July 19th to July 28. (EIE will be closed the week of July 11th.)

The class will take place from 1:00 to 2:30.

This course will use an individualized curriculum to help students retain and deepen their math skills for the next year’s courses. I will work with students who have completed Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, and Algebra 2. I will provide material appropriate to reinforce each student’s current mastery and move forward into new topics (even Pre-Calculus) as the opportunity arises.

This course requires a minimum of eight students and will accept a maximum of ten students.

The cost for this six week course will be $300. (If a train leaves Chicago at 3pm, and another leaves St. Louis at 4pm…why, that’s only $10.00 per hour for semi-individualized tutoring!)

CONTACT:  Sally at


Taught by:

Jeff Schwartz

Two four week sessions:

Start Date Session 1:  June 15, 2022

Start Date Session 2:  July 20, 2022

TIME:  3:00 – 4:00

Cost:          $81.00  for each 4-week session per  student.  

Recommended   ages:   5  to    13   or   grades   K  to   8.

Open  to  beginners  and  advanced   students

Students  will learn to play the game of Chess and learn winning strategies.  They will become prepared for tournament  play which is organized  by  Coach  Jeff.  Tournament  play  is not required but is an added bonus.

Chess  is  a  wonderful  game that helps children develop mental discipline, analytical  skills, strategic  thinking, and  do  better academically.  Studies  have shown that   students   studying   Chess    demonstrated    a  marked   development   of  their  verbal    and math  aptitudes.  This  class  is  a great way for kids to have fun, improve  in  Chess, and  make  new  friends.

Added  bonus:   As  Coach  Jeff’s    program    is  in  twenty-one    elementary   schools   in   the  San  Gabriel   Valley,  Coach  Jeff organizes    three   tournaments   per  semester.

About  Coach  Jeff:   Jeff  Schwartz  has  played   tournament  chess    from  the  time  he  was  a  freshman   in  college.   Coach  Jeff  is a  Life  Member    of  the  United  States   Chess  Federation,  and  an  active  member  of  the  Arcadia  Chess   Club. Coach  Jeff  has taught  Chess   since   2007,   helping  hundreds   of   students  mature  in  the  world  of  Chess,  even  while  he   uses  an individualized  approach   for  each  student.

Contact: or (626) 232-5466

Kids and Teens On-Camera Acting Class

Taught by:

Casting Director and Set Coach

Chris Gillmore and Leo Gilmore


2022 Dates
  • June 7, 14
  • July 19, 26
  • August 2, 9
Our acting class times:

 2:00 – 3:30



This class is highly suggested for kids 9 years old through 18.

  • Assorted acting skills including comedy improv, method acting, on camera scene study, and much more.
  • A  class which encourages the student to ask questions and learn the techniques of acting from the beginning steps on.
  • A strong focus on building the student’s confidence in themselves and in letting go the fear of performing in front of others
  • In this class, the teacher also evaluates the student’s learning style, confidence level, emotional needs, and develops a teaching plan for each individual student
  • Great class for a trained actor who has developed bad acting habits and needs to relearn the skills from a new perspective. (such as a theatre-trained actor who needs to learn how to tone-down “theatre acting” and approach acting from a more organic and internal level.



This class is highly suggested for teens

  • A faster paced class where students are challenged to utilize their acting skills to the max, as they learn new and more advanced skills
  • Many acting challenges are given which builds even more confidence
  • Great class for trained actors who are looking to continue growing in the art of on camera acting and seriously considering a professional acting career.

THE ADDED BONUS:  At the end of every month, all parents will receive an on-line video of the students’ performances in class so you can watch their progress. (upon request)