On Tuesday, February from 6 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Air Zoo, KRESA will be hosting an EFE (Education for Employment) and EFA (Education for the Arts) open house.
All EFE and EFA courses offered will be represented to encourage students to participate in the programs.
“This open house is helpful because students have the opportunity to meet the teachers for each program in person and get an overview of the curriculum,” said GLHS guidance counselor Kaitie Soule. “There’s also the opportunity to ask questions and arrange follow-up visits with the teachers.”
Students are able to find out more about programs they’re interested in and get more insight on the courses.
“I think it will help interested students determine which program is a good fit,” Soule said.
The open house is available for students from every school involved in the KRESA courses.
“It is open to all students and parents county-wide, so we are not sure exactly how many Gull Lake families usually attend,” Soule said.
According to Soule, the counselors expect many Gull Lake students to attend since this year’s students have shown much interest in the programs.
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