If your big kid needs support during this atypical school year, our programs for kids in grades K-6 are here for you! We partner with local schools to complement the learning they offer with our own robust curriculum for elementary schoolers.

Get back in the learning groove! Our programs take extra-special care of the hearts and minds of every student as we navigate the pandemic including:

Health and Safety

  • A clean and safe environment with industry-leading health and safety protocols
  • Small-group Pod structure with the same peers and educators to keep everyone safer

Academic Support

  • Project-based STEM learning activities, art, outdoor play, homework help, or distance curriculum support
  • Special pandemic-response curriculum designed for student-led projects thatbuild resilience through creativity, optimism, empathy, problem-solving, andgrowth mindset

Social Emotional Learning

  • Supporting a positive, anti-bias classroom culture through student-centered classmeetings, social emotional learning activities, and daily mindfulness practice.
  • Spending time each day, checking in and building community, trust, and connectionwith one another.

If you could use a hand getting your kids back into a learning routine in a safe, healthy environment,  save your spot at

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