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Lorna Sheridan: Education Roundup, Sept. 12

After school enrichment: Launching on Monday, Sept. 18, is the ASPIRE (After School Programs Innovation Recreation and Enrichment) classes for grades K-8 at The Presentation School. The 10 classes, which are open to all area students, include art, yoga, engineering, toy inventing, sewing and more. The classes run Monday through Thursday from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Register at https://app.simplyafterschool.com/aspire.

Speaker: Hanna Institute is hosting District Court Judge Troy L. Nunley at its next Professional Networking Breakfast on the topic of “Equity, criminal justice and overcoming adversity” from 7:30 to 9 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 14, at 17000 Arnold Drive. Judge Nunley will be sharing his observations on equity in the criminal justice system, and how it relates to early adversity and trauma. hannacenter.org.

Teacher grants: ieSonoma this fall is launching an Innovation Fund that will provide grants of up to $2,500 to kick-start efforts by schools, teachers, or nonprofit organizations seeking to make a difference in the lives of students by thinking outside the box. Applications for the 2017-18 school year are due by Friday, Oct. 6. Learn more and apply at iesonoma.org/innovation-fund.

New classes: Sonoma Gymnastics Academy is opening new classes starting next week. Options for younger kids include Tummy time for 2-6 month olds every Monday and Wednesday and Crawlers class for 6-12 month olds every Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30 to 10 a.m. There is no charge for classes (just for crawlers there is one time $19 insurance fee) so head on over to meet other Sonoma moms. The Academy also offers regular “Parents Night Out” events and the next is from 5 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 16 for ages 3 and up. 1620 Carneros Meadows Lane.

Yoga classes: En-er-gy Fitness is offering It’s Yoga Kids classes for ages 5 to 9 and for ages 10 to 13 every Wednesday afternoon. Kids will learn balancing and stretching while developing a deeper mind body connection. Series pricing for the nine week course is $135 and the drop in fee is $15.00/student. The studio also offers a family meditation and yoga class on Sunday mornings. 450 First St E.

Golf fundraiser: Hanna Boys Center is hosting its 25th annual Golf Classic on Friday, Oct. 13 at Silverado Country Club in Napa. The Golf Classic is one of Hanna’s largest fundraising events, and since inception has raised more than $1 million. Proceeds benefit Hanna’s instructional education programs, which are tailored to meet the needs of the young men enrolled at Archbishop Hanna High School.

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