A message from Kahlila, the host of Little Rad:
Our homeschool co-op is looking to add a couple of kids age 4 or 5 to Little RAD-Clinton Hill. The kids cook, garden in my backyard, do yoga in my home studio.
The school has a schedule for the day that has a basic structure to provide the children with stability and routine. But because we are small (one teacher, 4-5 students and a lot of parent involvement), we are able to be flexible and adapt to the students' interests as well as things that come up out in the community.
We adhere to RAD principle of "community as classroom" and the kids spend much of their time out in the neighborhood as well as exploring the city and beyond on field trips. In the past, our students have gone to farms, zoos, swimming, museums, music performances, theatrical performances, botanical gardens, toured local businesses and playgrounds just to name a few activities.
Because the school is at my house and we don't have any overhead costs, we are able to keep the tuition low while still paying our teacher a great rate.