How an Organization Found Success in Crisis – With Virtual Learning Day Camps – Part 2

MAWN: So, 7:00 to 3:00 they’re in the learning system. Then, from 3:00 to the pick-up time, 5:00, 6:00, is the after school program, so that’s another tuition element. KP: I’m glad you said it. Let’s say, for example, we get $95 a week for the after school program, and that’s from 3:00 to 6:00, and we have students enrolled for that. And we’re still enrolling students for the after school program. But then the virtual learning is all day; it’s like a summer camp day without a field trip. We’re getting basically summer camp funding of $160 a week for the full-day program for members who need a place

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