Virtual Enrichment Academy
Parents, we are halfway through the 1st month of the year 2021.
Here are a few things we are looking forward to as an organization.
Spending more time with our family and loved ones is priority number one on our list. As we work towards family unity in our community we also strive for it in our personal homes.
Next, we are looking forward to our Keys 2 Life Performing Arts Summer Camp. Whether virtual (like last year’s) or in person this year’s camp should be a blast. Parents and youth have always enjoyed our camp and this year should be no different. If you have a young singer, rapper, music producer, actor, or dancer this will be a great opportunity for them to enhance their talent.
Last but not least we are looking forward to the relaunching of our Virtual Enrichment Academy. We did a beta launch at the onset of the pandemic last year and we were able to gather data to ensure a great virtual experience. Look for programming this spring. Programming will include STEM/Drone, entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and much more.
This is our list of a few things we are looking forward to in 2021.
Parents, what are you looking forward to in 2021?
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