Bay View’s Education Programs

Our lifelong learning approach is scheduled in a way that is sensitive to your busy lifestyle. Some of our courses meet only once for a couple of hours, while others may meet for just three or four sessions. Often classes meet just once a week on a day that is right for you. Bay View offers a diverse array of classes in several curricular areas: visual arts, health and fitness, dance, culinary arts, bridge, discussion groups, and kids’ classes. Register online bayview.asapconnected.com NOTE: Courses may be dropped for refund up to three business days before the start of the first session; and for art, craft or food classes, up to seven business days before the first session.

2020 COURSES

Bridge & Mah Jongg, Culinary Arts, Expanding Knowledge & Perspective, Fine Arts and Crafts, Health & Wellness, Kids Classes

Instructor Resources

Bay View instructors, welcome to your resource page! Here you will find information and forms to assist you in teaching classes at the Bay View Association. To teach a class, please complete the Faculty Contract and email to the Education Director at education@bayviewassociation.org. The Director will contact you with any scheduling conflicts.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact L. Jeanne Greer at (208)720-5034 or email education@bayviewassociation.org. Thank you for supporting educational programming at Bay View!

2021 FACULTY CONTRACT
FILLABLE W-9
COMPENSATION INFORMATION
MAP OF BAY VIEW

Education Director, Jeanne Greer

231-439-9243 (Summer Office Line) • 208-720-5034 (Cell) • education@bayviewassociation.org

Jeanne has a strong background in education with twelve years teaching experience in the classroom and twenty years involvement in educational programs. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in biology and history from The Principia College and a Master of Science from Washington University in St. Louis. Jeanne began her life-long association with Bay View by coming to her grandparent’s cottage on the corner of Knapp and Glendale as a young child. As a cottager and member, she has been involved in Morning Council and many facets of our Recreation programs. When her boys were young and avid tennis players, she held the office of Bay View Tennis President. Her oldest son, Scotty Pike and his new wife Kaylene work and travel the U.S. with their two dogs in their tiny home mobile van. Her youngest son, Morgan Pike will graduate from University of Michigan Medical School in May 2021. He will begin his residency in emergency medicine in June. Passionate about educational programming in Bay View, Jeanne strives to provide a varied, thematic approach to classes and special events for our community. All classes and events are open to the public and all are invited to join in the fun.