SAC Teacher Feature: Bethany Raybourn

Good afternoon, everyone! I hope you are having a wonderful Tuesday. It is time for another installment of “Teacher Feature,” when we highlight one of the amazing individuals who will be helping NCLAC with Summer Arts Camps.

Today, I am happy to introduce you to Bethany Raybourn, our coordinator for the two Ruston camps this year. Bethany has been involved with NCLAC for quite some time now, demonstrating her commitment to arts education. Last year, Bethany was one of the volunteers who helped with SAC 2012. We are excited to have her with us for SAC 2013!

Here’s a little background about Bethany: she was born and raised in North Louisiana.  She obtained her BA in English from Louisiana Tech University, and this May she will graduate with a Master of Arts in Teaching (Secondary English Education).

Bethany Raybourn

Bethany spends most of her time as a high school English teacher, which is a profession that she says she has grown to love and enjoy over the past year. In her spare time, she loves to write poetry, turn her poems into songs, and then perform them. She says that she developed a love for music, songwriting, and the arts in general at a very young age, and she is always excited to take part in any opportunity to participate in or volunteer for NCLAC events.

Are you interested in signing your child up for a Summer Arts Camp?

Students entering grades 2-7 are eligible to participate in Summer Arts Camps! This year, we will have both weeklong camps and several “Super Saturday” camps.

Weeklong camps are $60 if you register and pay by May 1; $65 after May 1. Camp fee includes supplies and a snack.

Super Saturday camps are $20 if you register and pay 10 days before the camp; $25 after that date. Camp fee includes supplies and a snack.

Those interested may register by phone at 255-1450, or by downloading a registration form from our blog @ nclac.wordpress.com, or site @ nclarts.org. Forms and checks should be mailed to NCLAC, PO Box 911  Ruston, LA 71273

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