Events: Summer Learning Day

Event Details

July 11, 4:00pm - 5:00pm Pacific Time (US & Canada)
COST: $0.00

Location

A C Bilbrew Library
150 E El Segundo Blvd
Los Angeles, California 90061

Affiliation

  • Libraries

Focus

  • Literacy

Age

  • Elementary School

Have you wondered what school children from other countries eat for lunch or how to do they get to school or what does their classroom look like? Join us for an afternoon of fun learning about elementary educational systems from around the world. Children will put on their detective hats using clues to solve geography challenges.

Each participant will receive a book. While supplies last.

Best suited for children ages 5-12. All are welcome. Caregivers must accompany children under 5.


Events: Summer Learning DAY

Event Details

June 15, 12:15pm - 1:45am

Location

Green Tree Elementary
17246 Gibralter Dr
Victorville, California 92395

Affiliations

  • Boys & Girls Clubs
  • Libraries
  • Museums
  • National Recreation and Park Association
  • The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading
  • United Way
  • YMCA

Focuses

  • Advocacy & Hill Days
  • Arts
  • Literacy
  • Sports/Health
  • STEM
  • Summer Meals

Ages

  • Elementary School
  • Entering College
  • High School
  • Middle School
  • Preschool or Younger

Students will be able to showcase there hidden talents as well as show of skills and crafts they have done in program.


Events: Summer Learning Day

Event Details

July 13, 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Location

Hill Middle School
5200 Ehrlich Road
Tampa, Florida 33624

Age

  • Middle School

Students will display science project created during the summer.


Keep All Kids Healthy and Learning

Now more than ever, communities need your support to expand access to summer and afterschool programs that will help students catch up on unfinished learning and thrive after an extraordinarily challenging school year.

Please consider supporting NSLA’s critical work this holiday season. With your support, we can make a positive difference in the academic, social, and economic realities of children, families, and communities across America. Whether you donate $5, $10, or $25, every little bit helps.