We prototyped the new activities and modified accordingly as we saw what worked and what didn’t. We even tried out some of the activities during our summer camps.

During the summer we reached out to teachers, principals and even school district staff to inquire about what would be happening in the schools in the Fall and whether we would be allowed on campus or have to be purely remote. As it turns out, we are fully remote.

Understandably, the schools and teachers were overwhelmed with the ever changing plans for how the kids would be educated this year. Even some of our long standing schools just couldn’t add us into the mix this year. In the end, most of our schools voiced an interest in keeping us as a part of their curriculum plans. We are teaching in most of our normal contracted and grant-based schools, but with maybe a few less lessons at certain schools.