Summer Learning Continues through August 6
Students Better Prepared to Return to School
When students return to school in two weeks, many of them — especially those from low income families — will be starting with achievement levels lower than where they were at the beginning of the summer break. That’s why Lafayette Urban Ministry has been so committed to our 5th Quarter Summer Learning Program. The 5th Quarter program offers low-income children the chance to keep pace academically with their peers, who may have more opportunities.
The program is in session each weekday throughout the summer months. This summer, there are 64 students enrolled. They begin their day with a nutritious snack and reading time. Then it is on to learning math, science, and social studies, taught through both classroom and online study. The students also regularly go on local recreation & learning excursions.
Please, consider investing in the success of the LUM 5th Quarter Summer Learning Program! Your support gives a child a better chance for academic success and a better future. If you wish to make a donation go to LUMserve.org/donate or click the button below.
Four Ways YOU can help the LUM Summer Youth Program are as follows:
- Make a Monetary Donation, click HERE
- Sign up to Volunteer as a Teacher’s Aide, click HERE
- Donate Needed Items (snacks, disinfectant/cleaning supplies), click HERE
- Sponsor a Study or Recreational Trip, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to support the LUM 5th Quarter Summer Learning Program — you may make a monetary donation, sponsor a field/study trip and/or donate snacks and supplies. For more information, click HERE or email Kristi Hogue at email@example.com.