WHERE HOMESCHOOLERS MEET
TO PLAY, SOCIALIZE AND LEARN!
PLAY: We believe that play is a vital component of child development. My Village gives homeschool children the opportunity to play a variety of games including gaga ball, laser-tag, ping-pong, 4 square and many, many others. Free play is also important to foster their imagination and develop their personal interests.
SOCIALIZE: We know that regular interaction with other children helps kids develop their social skills and builds lasting friendships with other children of various ages and backgrounds. We do our best to foster a loving environment where we accept each other's differences and learn how to communicate effectively with one another.
LEARN: We believe parents are the best teachers of their children since they are most invested in their child’s future. Our purpose is to provide learning opportunities that parents may not be able to provide at home due to space, materials, resources, or abilities. We also believe that providing children with learning experiences that foster their natural inquisitiveness creates life-long learners.
At My Village we value a hands-on approach to learning. Nearly every class has some kind of demonstration or student-led project. Here are a few samples:
HOW IT ALL BEGAN
My Village Learning Center was formed in 2018 by public school educators that decided to homeschool their own children. It was, and continues to be, our desire to provide a wholesome, save environment where homeschool children come to learn, play and socialize.
Lisa Green, Director of Education
Mrs. Lisa is a certified teacher and has been in education for over 15 years. She has a Bachelor's of Business Administration from Northwood University of Michigan and a Bachelor's of Elementary Education from Saginaw Valley State University of Michigan. She has taught 2nd and 3rd grade in St. Lucie County and 5th grade in Martin County, as well as, preschool and VPK in a private school setting.
If you have questions about tutoring, Acellus online curriculum or our in-person curriculum, please contact Mrs. Lisa.
Tresa Shirrell, Director of Administration
Mrs. Tresa is a seasoned homeschool mom with many years of teaching experience with homeschool co-ops as well as teaching and administration at a local private school. She has an A.S. Degree in Office Technology from Eastern Florida State College. Mrs. Tresa has lived in Martin County for over a decade along with her husband and two teenage children.
If you have questions or need help with registration, please contact Mrs. Tresa.
Lilia Salinas, Teacher
Mrs. Lilia is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University where she received her bachelor's degree in Elementary Education K-6. She was a primary classroom teacher for 7 years in Martin County and maintains her certification. Mrs. Lilia is bilingual and highly experienced at helping students achieve their reading and math goals.
Noelle Mooney, Teacher
Mrs. Noelle joined our teaching staff in January of 2020 and has proven to be a valuable asset to My Village. Noelle is very artistic and enjoys sharing her love of art, animals and the environment with the children. A former homeschool mom herself, she adores the kids and gives her all to them every day. Her hobbies include photography, art, music, handicrafts and gardening.
Mrs. Julie Harper taught English 5-8th grade for fifteen years in Florida public and private classrooms and high school English for one year in Belize, Central America. She currently tutors Chinese students in English, as she homeschools her seven year old son and five year old daughter. She has a bachelor's degree in English and secondary education from Flagler College and is a lifeguard and swim instructor as well. Currently she lives in Indiantown raising pigs and selling chicken eggs with her family, and she enjoys being outside and in the water whenever she can.