Southern Maine Boys and Girls Club reopens to give students place for remote learning

Southern Maine Boys and Girls Club reopens to give students place for remote learning

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ACTIVE CASES NOW AT 4- HUNDRED 73. THE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS IN PORTLAND AND SOUTH PORTLAND ARE TEAMING UP WITH SCHOOLS TO GIVE KIDS A SAFE SPACE TO COMPLETE THEIR WORK. SINCE MANY SCHOOLS ARE GOING HYBRID – KIDS FROM KINDERGARTEN TO 5-TH GRADE CAN DO WORK AT THE CLUB ON REMOTE LEARNING DAYS. THEY HOPE THIS EASES THE BURDEN FOR WORKING PARENTS. BRIAN ELOWE / CEO OF BGC SOUTHERN MAINE 02;18;25;29 “IT CREATES NORMALCY FOR THE KIDS SO THAT THEY HAVE A CONSISTENT 4 DAYS OF PROGRAMING, TO GO FOR. BUT IT ALSO HELPS THE FAMILIES THAT HAVE TO GO TO WORK.. BECAUSE THEY GO TO WORK IN THE MORNING, AND THEY CAN BE ASSURED THAT THEIR KIDS ARE IN A SAFE PLACE ALL DAY LONG.” 02;18;40;12 THEY’RE ALSO OFFERING ART AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES DURING THE DAY STAFF PLAN TO CONT

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Southern Maine Boys and Girls Club reopens to give students place for remote learning

The Boys and Girls Club of Southern Maine is reopening to give students in Portland and South Portland a place to conduct remote learning as schools reopen under hybrid models.

The Boys and Girls Club of Southern Maine is reopening to give students in Portland and South Portland a place to conduct remote learning as schools reopen under hybrid models.

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