YMCA of Greater Williamson County to offer remote learning assistance for Georgetown ISD families

YMCA of Greater Williamson County will offer remote learning assistance for Georgetown ISD families. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
YMCA of Greater Williamson County will offer remote learning assistance for Georgetown ISD families. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

YMCA of Greater Williamson County will offer remote learning assistance for Georgetown ISD families. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

The YMCA of Greater Williamson County will offer two remote learning assistance sites for Georgetown ISD families from Aug. 20-Sept. 9. The two sites will be at Carver Elementary and Wolf Ranch Elementary schools.

The cost is $100 per week; however, there is financial assistance available for families impacted by COVID-19. The program is intended for students ages 5-12 years old.

Each week, YMCA staff members will assist kids with logging in and completing virtual classroom assignments. When classwork is completed, students can participate in after-school activities.

There will be safety protocols in place: Students will remain in small groups of 10 or less; there will be curbside drop-off and pickup; and temperature screenings will take place upon entering the building. Students over age 10 will be required to wear a mask.

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