e-Learning open for business

Allison B. Hudson
e-Learing home schooling has opened in Donaldsonville. Leroy Sullivan, Mayor of Donaldsonville and Parish President Tommy Martinez helped owners cut the ribbon to officially welcome them to the community and open for business.
Photo by Allison B. Hudson

e-Learning, an internet home schooling alternative has opened in Donaldsonville.

The e-Learning foundation focuses on extracurricular activities, financial aid scholarships, and outreach to children with learning differences.

“We focus on the unique needs and strengths of every child,” says Denise Gwin, Administrator of e-Learning in Donaldsonville.

“Our program is designed to learn on a self-paced atmosphere, and to make sure we do it effectively, and cumulatively.”

The program specializes in helping schools providing internet-based curriculum to assist with talented and gifted programs, homebound instruction, enrichment, learning differences, and standardized test preparation.

The program also offers after-school tutoring and summer tutoring.

Each student has their own computer and they work at their own pace.

For more information contact Denise Gwin at 985-513-2342 or visit online at www.elearningk12.com.