All of our after-school instructors are dedicated teachers with something meaningful to share with our children. They embody the Woods' Mission, which is to empower students to achieve their full potential in academics and in all areas of their lives.

Brett Moran/Quest Center Martial Arts
Brett Moran has been training at Chapel Hill Quest Martial Arts since 2012. As he progressed through his training, Brett became active in the Coach/Trainer program. He was handpicked for the instructor team not only because of his dedication to the art, but due to his warm personality and sincere desire to help every other student grow with him. Brett teaches Youth and Adult classes and is involved in the fitness program. Mr. Moran is a shodan (first degree black belt) in To-Shin Do.
Emily Behr

Emily Behr, RYT-200 and trained Kids Yoga teacher, has been teaching yoga for over 6 years. In Emily's classes, kids of all ages enjoy movement and mindfulness through classes specifically curated for the age-group. Learn basic yoga elements through age-appropriate breath-work techniques, games, storytelling, and creative visualization, all approached in a fun, exciting way!

Eric Hale and Erin Collins

Erin & Eric aren't running FROM the Wolf, they're running WITH the Wolf!

Eric and Erin are both committed to getting our students up off their chairs and out to run in the fresh air!  

Eric  and Erin teach first grade at Woods.  

Both have active lifestyles and have personally experienced the many benefits of running.

Jordan Driving School of the Carolinas

Jordan Driving School of the Carolinas operates throughout greater eastern North Carolina with a full-time staff of instructors, offering private and public instruction to NC Eastern Region school districts.   

Tobin Logan

Coach Tobin Logan has  25 years of experience working with children and holds a bachelor's degree in U.S. History from UNC.   He has played in over 800 tournament chess games and is rated over 1700 USCF.  He has taught chess to children in many individual and group settings since 2008.  In chess training, he uses a whole-game approach that centers around focus, patience, and consistent ongoing effort to find each individual talent level.  He encourages a tournament-style orientation and decorum in pursuit of these goals, and allows plenty of time for the sheer enjoyment of the game and all of the life lessons that come along the way.