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Albert Einstein Academy's Home Study Program Status

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As many of you might’ve been finding out there are some changes at the new Albert Einstein Academy (AEA) Home Study Program. This past week Kathy Reynar, who was the coordinator of the program, resigned and as a result many were wondering if the Home Study program would continue.

I’m happy to report that Edward Nathan, the Director of School Services at AEA, notified students on Sunday that the program will continue as planned.

“I can assure you that we will offer classes to Home Study students. We do have an adequate and appropriate space in Santa Clarita, as most Home Study families have indicated that this is preferable to space in Acton”, Eddie explained. He added that all PO's will be signed off on and instructional materials would be paid for. The two remaining Home Study teachers, Heidi Marino and Sheri Zamperin, will be fulfilling commitments to enrolled families.

“We plan to hire more teachers if enrollment and/or instructional needs require it. And we'll begin an immediate search to find a new coordinator”, he said.

Eddie, Heidi, and Sheri will be holding information meetings this Monday and Tuesday, Sep. 9th and 10th at 11am to answer all questions at:
Temple Beth Ami
23023 Hilse Lane
Santa Clarita, CA 91321

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