St. Francis Neighborhood Center's The Summer of Service Excursion 2020 Enrollment Form
To ensure the safety and health of our students and staff, we have decided to host a virtual summer program. We are committed, now more than ever, to combating summer learning loss. Continuing our youth programs during this difficult time is essential.
What will a virtual Summer of Service look like?:
We will split camp into two sessions, a July session (July 6-30th), and an August session (August 3rd-20th).
For 3 days a week, students will log on to Google Meet with their instructor from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday
1 day a week students will attend social distancing field trips
Mornings will be devoted to academic activities, mainly the on-line software iReady
Older and younger students will have additional academic activities to diversify their learning. (Black Panthers STEM, Scholastic read-alouds)
Afternoons will be devoted to FUN, engaging, hands-on enrichment activities including: Art With a Heart, Little Medical School, cooking/nutrition, fitness, karate, French lessons, Nitro Type, virtual trips, movies, and more.
Kits with activity materials will be delivered to your home
To encourage participation and attendance we are offering weekly incentives for youth AND parents
A plan is underway to deliver breakfasts and lunches on program days
Students who are registered for SOSE will be able to keep the laptops they currently have at home. New enrollees will receive a laptop to use at home.
St. Francis Neighborhood Center believes that:
1. Every person can make friends
2. Every person can participate
3. Every person can be successful
It is our policy to treat each member of our community with dignity; we practice inclusion in all activities offered including academics, arts enrichment, mentoring, and recreation. We believe that together, staff, volunteers, and youth must create an environment that will nurture the success of persons of any ability, and moreover, that as much as possible, it is the environment, and not the person, that should change to encourage that success.
We strive to accomplish this by developing universally-designed activities and opportunities, providing dignified and appropriate accommodations whenever necessary, supporting staff and volunteers with professional development and education that enhances their ability to lead youth of varying abilities, and educating youth and community members about perspectives of people with varying abilities. We practice, recognize, and reward actions that promote acceptance while suspending judgment. We recognize that inclusion is a process that is enacted every day, and will continue to grow and become more effective through the efforts of staff, volunteers, partners, and the greater community.
St. Francis Neighborhood Center is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment to students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or questioning (LGBTQ) through cultivating safe spaces and educational outreach.
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