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    Summer Learning

    Providence Public Schools and the City of Providence are offering seven free summer learning programs for Providence students from kindergarten to high school.

    In response to health concerns around social distancing and COVID-19, the majority of the programs will be offered in a distance learning format. However, the Boys and Girls Club program will be offered in person and the YMCA program for offer a hybrid of in-person and virtual programs.


    YMCA of Greater Providence   Providence YMCA Youth Services

    July 13-Aug. 21

    In person and online options for rising kindergartners to 5th graders

    Online programming for rising 6th -12th graders

    For more information, visit https://www.ymcagreaterprovidence.org/

    Providence YMCA Youth Services is offering several options for safe, high-quality summer enrichment programming. Families of elementary level students will be able to choose between a full day, in-person camp and a virtual program. Middle and high school students will have primarily have virtual options, including exciting career-readiness programs for older youth.


    Inspiring Minds   KidsBridge-at-Home

    Online programming for rising kindergartners

    July 7-August 14

    For more information, visit https://inspiringmindsri.org/.

    Inspiring Minds’ KidsBridge-at-Home Summer Learning Program supports the whole family in getting their rising kindergartner ready for school. Each week families will have access to a variety of online classes and receive a kit filled with engaging and fun activities to complete at home and in the community.


    Believe to Achieve   Believe to Achieve’s Virtual Summer Learning Academy

    Online programming for rising 1st through 5th graders

    July 13-Aug. 21

    For more information, visit https://www.achieveeducation.net/.

    Blending rigorous academic instruction and engaging enrichment activities, Believe to Achieve offers live, guided instruction from certified teachers to reduce summer learning loss from home. Weekly enrichment activities include hands-on STEAM-based learning, virtual fitness programs, arts & crafts, and virtual field trips, as well as social-emotional learning.


    Boys and Girls Club Providence   Boys & Girls Club of Providence

    In-person programming for rising 1st-6th graders

    July 6-Aug. 14

    For more information, visit https://bgcprov.org/.

    This full-day holistic learning experience, designed to help youth increase literacy and math skills, combines academics, enrichment, social-emotional skill development and community engagement.



    Generation Teach    Generation Teach Virtual Academy

    Online programming for rising 6th, 7th and 8th graders

    June 29-Aug. 7

    For more information, visit www.Gtvirtual.org.

    Based on the award-winning Generation Teach STEAM Academy, the Generation Teach Virtual Academy is a dynamic and engaging where student learn, debate and grow together in small classes with caring teachers. Students will participate in engaging, interactive math, reading, and law classes that culminate in final projects.


    Rhode Island College   Mount Pleasant HS RIC-MPHS Partnership Summer Learning Program: Empowering Student Voices

    Online programming for rising 9th graders

    July 13-Aug. 21

    For more information, contact Erin Papa at epapa@ric.edu

    The Rhode Island College and Mount Pleasant High School partnership program will encourage new Mount Pleasant students to strengthen their academics by exploring family and community stories. Students will build relationships with college and high school mentors and teachers and develop a vision for the future with positive and encouraging support.


    College Visions   College Visions Summer Prep Program

    Online programming for rising 9th-12th graders

    July 13-Aug. 21

    For more information, visit www.collegevisions.org

    The College Visions organization, which supports students in applying to and enrolling in college as well as completing their degrees, offers a summer prep program focused on college and career exploration. Students who are thinking about college but don’t know how to apply, what they would study, or how to pay for their education should consider attending. A financial stipend may be available to participating students.