Summer Programs: Time to Start Planning Your Summer Learning Day Event!

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Summer Programs: Time to Start Planning Your Summer Learning Day Event!

Summer program providers: National Summer Learning Day will take place on Friday, June 19 – it’s time to start planning your event!

First step? Get to work on the Summer Learning Day Planning Checklist!

After you’ve got your event plans ready to roll, be sure to register your event at this link. Registered events will be shared with the Mayor, the Board of Supervisors, and other City officials.

Want more info about National Summer Learning Day? Check this out, from the National Summer Learning Association:

Summer Learning Day is a national advocacy day recognized to spread awareness about the importance of summer learning for our nation’s youth in helping close the achievement gap and support healthy development in communities all across the country.
Summer learning programs:

  • Maintain and advance participants’ academic and developmental growth
  • Support working families
  • Keep children safe and healthy
  • Send young people back to school ready to learn

Summer Learning Day is supported by elected officials and policymakers, public agencies, nonprofit organizations, schools, universities, museums, libraries, and summer camps across the country. Whether you’re a community, summer program, school, or parent, there are many ways to celebrate Summer Learning Day!

If you have any questions about Summer Learning Day contact Heather Tufts, Senior Program Planner for OST/Nutrition at DCYF, at (415) 554-8958.

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