English Language Arts


Registration Deadline: Sept 22nd
NOTE: To register for this class, you must pay now AND sign up
Organized by Seattle Advocates for Education
Questions? Email classes@seattleadvocatesfe.org

Basic Info

Location: Classes will be online through Google Classroom and Zoom | More info will be sent out before first class
Dates: Thursdays | Sept. 24th, Oct 1st, Oct 8th, Oct 15th, Oct 22nd, Oct 29th, Nov 5th, Nov 12th
Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Fee: $50 | contact seattleadvocatesfe@gmail.com for financial aid
Target: 4th - 5th grade


Sasha Shunko
Sasha is a rising senior at Issaquah High School and is thrilled to be a part of S.A.F.E. where she can share her love for business and English with students. At school, she participates in the swim team and DECA club where she is currently chapter president. Out of school, she works as a swim coach and enjoys hiking and playing piano. 
Jennifer Jeon
Jennie is a rising senior at Issaquah High School and is beyond excited to share her passion for writing at S.A.F.E. She has taken numerous creative writing classes through Johns Hopkins’ Center for Talented Youth program and serves as an editor in a global youth magazine. With her love for kids, she currently works as a classroom assistant at Kumon and enjoys tutoring students in other subjects like math. 


English Language Arts is a class designed for elementary schoolers in grades 4-5 and will focus on developing kids’ writing and reading skills. Students will be learning new styles of writing every class after reading example passages. In addition, we will teach students essential grammar rules, read passages of diverse writing styles, answer questions, and assign a paragraph to write for homework. Instructors will read students’ writing thoroughly to give students detailed grading and personalized feedback. Furthermore, we will use some ACT/SAT practice test bank questions that grade 4-5 students can do to practice our grammar and reading skills.

Topics: Sentence Structure; Conjunctions; Subjects, Verbs, and Adjectives; Capitalization Rules; Poems (Haiku); Nonfiction, Fiction, Informative, and Argumentative Reading and Writing; and more!

Prerequisite: Student should have approached, met, or exceeded standard in English at their regular school in the previous school year.


  • Computer 

  • Writing notebook and pencils

Questions? Email seattleadvocatesfe@gmail.com

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