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LeAnn Liberator has been teaching homeschool Phyed since 2010.  She has been homeschooling her own active boys for ten years and understands the need for movement!  She has a national certification for group fitness and a current CPR, AED and first aid certification.  She has a passion to make every student feel valued and part of a team.  The goals of homeschool Phyed are fun, exercise and to gain basic skills to help the homeschool student be involved at the neighborhood park or at family functions.  All students are at different levels for different reasons; her objective is to focus on team skills and help the students move their bodies to stay healthy. She is excited for the new school year and considers it a privelege to sow into the life of your student!   NOTE: 

Students ages 5-15 will get to partake in phy-ed, but only if they are properly dressed - gym/tennis shoes, and an appropriate jacket etc if it's not raining or snowing.  Fresh air is a goal in phy-ed!  



"Hey y’all! I’m Dottie Lanier. I am blessed with an amazing family. My husband and I have been married since 2003 and have 5 kids that always keep us laughing and busy! I taught first grade in the public school system for 6 and half years. I have enjoyed teaching in every co-op we’ve joined-from book clubs to art to writing and science. I am married to a Children’s Pastor, so I have the privilege of serving alongside him at our church. God instills a great curiosity and imagination in children that I love to see in action. As I use STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) challenges with the students this year, my goal is that they develop their problem solving skills while using creativity, imagination, and team work to solve real world challenges."


Sandy Adler attended Riverdale Community College in Austin, MN to pursue an AA degree in Fine Arts, Minneapolis Community and Technical College for an AA in Graphic/Commercial Design, and Crown College for a B.A. in Christian Education. She is currently a practicing and accomplished artist in both fine arts and graphic design. She is the Director of Marketing, Advertising and Promotion as well as Vice President of Heart of the City Ministries, a non-profit organization led by Sandy and her husband for the purpose of bringing racial and denominational unity to the Body of Christ in the Twin Cities area. Her paintings in oil pastel have been featured in businesses and ministries in the Twin Cities area. She has been teaching art since 2001 in area home school academies and co-ops as well as after school enrichment programs in the local school districts, with over 160 students per year during the 2008-17 school years. In 2006 Sandy won a grant through the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council to bring her oil pastels class into a select group of inner-city schools, in order to provide supplies and instruction to students living at or below poverty level. She has also implemented art programs by providing curriculum, supplies and instruction to impoverished communities in third world countries through three mission trips.

An 11-year home school veteran herself, Sandy’s passion is to make art instruction engaging and inspiring for students of all levels, to introduce students to the sheer joy of art even as they learn advanced techniques, and to help them truly learn to “see” the beauty of God’s world around them as they learn art basics and secrets that hone their own skills and abilities as young artists.



HOLLY JENSON - Tutoring the CARDINALS Class (oldest of the younger classes)

"My name is Holly Jenson and I am a mother to 4 girls (Ellie 12, Ryleigh 10, Teagan 8,  and Avery 4). I have been married to my best friend (Ryan) for 14 years. We have been homeschooling our girls for 9 years.  I am also very active at our home church (Revive Church). After high school, I attended Northwestern College in Roseville where I graduated with a BA in Children's Ministry. I served as Children's Director at Redeemer Covenant Church until our second daughter was 9 months and both my hubby and I felt the Lord calling me to stay home with our girls. I have a strong passion for children and love teaching and seeing children learn. I look forward to my family's experience at Wings this year and look forward to teaching your children academically and also look forward to helping each child deepen and develop their love for Jesus."


HANNAH SCHWARZ - Tutoring the BlueJays and Robins (the middle age group of our Younger Classes)

Hannah Schwarz is a Wings family graduate and in 2014 participated in the MACHE Commencement as she graduated from Schwarz Homeschool Academy (high school).  She began teaching preschool at Wings as a co-teacher in 2011, and has been the lead teacher since 2012. She has two younger brothers, and learned to babysit and teach through working with them and her mom.  She also has been teaching in the 2's classroom for 9 years on Sundays with her mom, and in 2016 kept at it as her mom retired.  She also began teaching a 4-6 year old class in 2017.  In addition to teaching, she has many nanny families she cares for.  She has been an Explorer with the St Michael Fire Department for 6 years.  Hannah's passions are her faith, family, competitive soccer, caring for children, animals, and serving others.  She's thrilled that her schedule for the coming year allows her to teach in our preschool once again. 

AMANDA GRAY - Tutoring the BlueJays and Robins (the middle age group of our Younger Classes)



LAYNE AND VIOLET  - Tutoring the Sparrows (the youngest age group in our Younger Classes)

These talented sisters have jumped onboard with Wings this year (2018-19) and are excited to spend time with your sweet 2 and 3 year olds.  Layne and Violet are the oldest children in a large family, and have lots of experience creating fun and educational opportunities for littles.