What time is it? Summer time! Log out of zoom and hop into summer with the Flint & Genesee Literacy Network. This week we’re kicking off our Summer Learning Days. Stay tuned all week long for fun activities, programs, and resources to help you and your family make the most of your summer! #SummerMatters #FGLNSummer #SummerLearningDays
Flint & Genesee Education & Talent builds a solid foundation of personal, academic, and career-oriented skills by providing high-quality K-12 workforce development programming and professional development. YouthQuest, TeenQuest, and Summer Youth Initiative prepare the current and future workforce in Flint & Genesee through youth programs and are open to area students and individuals looking to grow their career, their business, and our community. https://www.flintandgenesee.org/
Visit our Facebook Page and share Your Summer Learning Story! What inspires you about summer? Everyone has a summer story to share. Whether it’s a memory from your own childhood, progress in your community around summer learning, or an amazing moment from your summer program, we want to know!
Also, check out NSLA's special social media campaign - Our Time to Shine! The goal is to shine a bright light on (past and present) ways our partners, community leaders, educators, and families are spreading the joy of summer learning. This is an excellent time to shine a spotlight on our community’s summer learning commitment, your stories of inspiration, and the importance of investing in high-quality summer experiences for every kid in our county.
GreatSchools.org has designed four-week summer learning calendars for kindergartners to fifth graders to help you prepare your child for next year.
Keep Tweens and Teens Learning: No matter their age, it’s important for ALL kids to keep learning over the summer. Here are some ways to keep your tween or teen learning over the summer.
This Summer Learning Fun! tip sheet from the National Center on Afterschool and Summer Enrichment is designed to support parents and caregivers in engaging their children in fun, meaningful learning activities throughout the summer.