On Campus Program for Parents and Kids
The Evan Thomas Institute offers programs for families with young children between the ages of birth through six years of age.
Friday morning classes in the fall and in the spring providing subjects including math, art, science, history, foreign language (Japanese), music, and physical excellence. Mothers attend the classes with the children.
Following those classes, there is a Mother’s Class at which time the children are watched by staff of The Institutes as the Staff teach parents more about how to successfully do the programs with their children at home.
Private, one-on-one programming sessions with the staff at The Institutes assisting the parents to achieve an excellent home program and answer questions to move the home program to the next levels that cover intellectual, physical, social, and physiological excellence for the children on this program.
Materials for games to be used at home on the home program.
Violin lessons with a Suzuki-Trained violin teacher who has studied extensively in both the United States and Japan.
The Friday classes are provided as a scholarship from The Institutes. Violin lessons are paid for by the parents.
For parents who are not local to The Institutes, there is an “Off Campus Program” that can be done from home with the help of The Institutes staff.
What are the requirements?
Please contact Kathy Myers for more information about our “On Campus Program” and “Off Campus Program” with The Evan Thomas Institute: