JCC Program Supports Students During Pandemic

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh (JCC) is hosting a program, called All Day at the J, to support families during the pandemic. The full-day program is an extension of their childcare programs and will provide students in grades K-6 an opportunity to complete their online learning requirements with additional support. The program will ensure that children are able to engage in a full slate of activities to ensure that their mental, emotional and physical health are all being attended to in accordance with CDC and state guidelines, while parents return to work. The program will run from September 1 to October 30 at JCC Squirrel Hill. The Pittsburgh Regional Health Initiative is supporting the JCC by providing guidance in process design for safe, reliable and efficient drop-off and pick-up practices, as the JCC welcomes roughly 140 students in addition to their roughly 80 Early Childhood Development families, to ensure the safety of all families and staff.

Read more in the TribLive: Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh offers program for children during remote learning

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