School in a Pandemic: A Lesson Plan in Solidarity by Claire Labrosa

Let’s stop worrying about where our kids “should” be, and start worrying about where we all are, collectively. Claire Labrosa School in a Pandemic: A Lesson Plan in Solidarity I’ve been thinking a lot about school in the fall, along with every other parent and educator in the country I’m sure. I’ve been reading allContinue reading “School in a Pandemic: A Lesson Plan in Solidarity by Claire Labrosa”

Emergency Remote Teaching Is Not The Same As E-Learning Innovation by Calvin Eaton

Thanks to the generous support of the Rochester community we exceeded our #GivingTuesdayNow fundraising goal $540 for 540WMain. The 540Team is truly grateful for every single one of our supporters and monthly members. Together we grow! Emergency Remote Teaching Is Not The Same As E-Learning Innovation As an a educator long before the COVID-19 pandemicContinue reading “Emergency Remote Teaching Is Not The Same As E-Learning Innovation by Calvin Eaton”

Essential Oils 101 for Healthy and Happy Kids | January 31

540WMain Community Learning Academy presents: Essential Oils 101 for Healthy and Happy Kids Wednesday January 31 // 7-8:30 PM Discover and experience how essential oils can keep your family healthy and happy. Participants will learn how essential oils are soothing, relaxing, uplifting, and immune supportive. They can come to the rescue for getting gum outContinue reading “Essential Oils 101 for Healthy and Happy Kids | January 31”

History of Veganism in Black Cultures | January 18

We are pleased to offer the new workshop History of Veganism is Black Cultures Moderated by founder Calvin Eaton aka theglutenfreechef this workshop will explore and deconstruct the history of vegan culture across black cultures throughout history in American and around the world and how the themes of blackness and veganism have intersected throughout theContinue reading “History of Veganism in Black Cultures | January 18”

Community Educator Spotlight | Elise Banfield

We are pleased to feature Elise Banfield as one of our community educators for the month of October About Elise Banfield Elise is an accomplished, seasoned psychology professor. Currently, she is an Associate Professor at Genesee Community College (G.C.C.), where she was recognized in 2012 with the prestigious StateUniversity of New York’s (S.U.N.Y.) Chancellor’s AwardContinue reading “Community Educator Spotlight | Elise Banfield”