Daily enrichment episodes continue with LAEFtv

A student shows off his Origami Eye Art from Episode 9 with Art Teacher, Ms. Sara Brim. Photo courtesy of LAEF.

School closures have not stopped the Los Alamitos Education Foundation (LAEF) from providing enrichment opportunities to Los Al students. Beginning March 16 and continuing every afternoon during the school week, LAEF has released a new episode of LAEFtv. As of April 7, LAEF has released 17 episodes and plans to air a total of 30 episodes by the end of April.

Some of LAEF’s newest episodes include Spanish, STEM, Biology, Sports, Science and Origami Art! LAEF’s goal is to bring joy and fun into the homes of our Los Al families. They want to give families a way to connect with each other and LAEF teachers. “LAEF is so lucky to have enthusiastic instructors who want to continue to engage with our students,” said LAEF Executive Director Carrie Logue.

“We love seeing that hundreds of our families are viewing our YouTube channel and tuning in for LAEFtv episodes,” said LAEF Programs Manager Mike Kahn. “Five of our episodes have over 500 views, with Episode 1 at over 2,500 views. LAEF is elated that we are reaching so many families!”

LAEF’s corporate sponsors have stepped up to support LAEFtv. The business sponsor of each episode directly funds teacher pay for developing content. LAEF is very appreciative of the local business support, and this partnership will help LAEF continue to enrich Los Al kids, even during these unexpected times.

To see episodes of LAEFtv, visit the YouTube channel (LAEF: LosAlEdFoundation) or LAEF4Kids.org/LAEFtv.

LAEF is the non-profit partner of Los Alamitos Unified School District. LAEF enhances educational excellence by providing after-school and summer enrichment programs to children in grades Pre-K to 12. LAEF impacts all students by providing significant funding for STEAM teachers and instruction, as well as igniting new programs and providing valuable resources. For more information, visit www.LAEF4kids.org or email [email protected] today!

This article was released by the Los Alamitos Education Foundation.