The LEG Team spends 50-60 minutes per class fully engaging students with our fun and immersive experience.
During challenging times like COVID19, we are happy to adjust and find what educational service works best for your students.
Even if you don’t own a vehicle, our students will learn basic repair and maintenance of a car, getting them prepared for situations that may come up.
The world of communicating with one another has changed dramatically. Students will learn written and verbal etiquette within new technology and changing customs.
Everyday repairs are often ignored – until something breaks. Students will learn how to find solutions to minor home issues, without the trip to the hardware store.
Maintaining your finances doesn’t need to be stressful. Our students will be shown tips, tricks, and tools to knowing how to make your finances work for you.
In today’s rushed world, please and thank you goes a long way. Students will learn what to do, and what not to do, in professional and social situations.
Everyone is different, and we all customize our time to suit our lifestyles. Students will gain standardized techniques to help their unique path.
For a small fee, parents have the opportunity to take any LEG class, adding to their list of tools.
Organizations who provide services to homeless or working poor young adults are offered all class topics, modified to fit the needs of their clientel.
Everyone gets bumps, bruises, and cuts. Students will learn basic first aid techniques to preform on themselves or others in need.
Middle school aged students are rough on their clothes, and growing out of them quickly. Students will learn helpful tips to repair damaged clothes, and even how to create new items.
This age group is experiencing body changes rapidly. Students will learn the basics of how to care for your body, and the effects of neglect.
Explore your cooking talents in this age appropriate cooking class.
Student will learn the importance of a balanced diet, and how foods affect energy, moods, and your body's health as a whole.
It's never too early to start practicing mindfulness. In this course students will learn best practices caring for the mind, body, and soul.
During this huge transitional age, middle school students experience a wide range of new pressures and stress. Students will learn new skills helping navigate these issues.
Transitioning from elementary school, and preparing for high school, can be very stressful and emotional. We're happy to offer ways to steer these feelings to a more healthful path.
Not everyone gets along - and that's ok. Students will explore situations where conflict may arise, and will learn skills helping them use their minds instead of their fists.