Fresno, California (KFSN) — Even when schools are closed, Fresno Unified children’s learning is uninterrupted.
However, the Winter Camp at the Fresno Discovery Center has a group of 80 registered.
This is one of 40 free camps available to FUSD students, and an opportunity to spend your winter break doing something else.
The Discovery Center offers 8 to 5 crèches, where children spend the day in STEM activities.
“We want to accommodate working parents,” said Stephanie Barajas of the Fresno Discovery Center. I want to be conscious of
At Van Pao Elementary School in southeast Fresno, 200 children are enrolled in the school’s winter program.
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“They need a place to take their kids while they’re at work, and they need to eat,” said Amanda Harvey, director of FUSD. “Many children depend on us for food.”
Vang Pao is one of FUSD’s schools that provides free hot lunches to all children. Meals must be eaten locally.
“Every day, you can go to one of our school sites that is open during that time, and lunch is served from 11:30 to 12:30 for children ages 1-18, so Fresno Unified You don’t even have to be a student of
KLSD kids across town are learning all about graphic design.
Meanwhile, students take a break from snowboarding and skiing in the mountains at China Peak Resort. There are also new ones.
And in January, kids hone their parkour, archery and taekwondo skills at Break the Barriers in northeast Fresno.
“There are a lot of fun activities planned by the district, so there are great opportunities for this program.”
Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission Food Services will provide free healthy meals to children throughout Fresno County for the next three weeks.
Two colorful buses deliver to 5 rural and 5 urban locations for children up to 18 years old.
Children have to eat on the bus.
Click here to view the full list of locations.
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