By Katie Landes, Director
As the school year wraps up, we are getting excited for summer learning programs across the state to kick into action! Summer learning programs are not only a safe and engaging place for young people after the school year ends, but also provide opportunities for academic enrichment, physical activity, new experiences, and healthy meals.
According to America After 3pm, 75% of parents in Georgia agree that it is important for their children to have summer activities that help them maintain academic skills and learn new things. Check out GSAN’s page dedicated to summer for resources, research, and tools to help strengthen your summer program!