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London Breed Kickstarts Summer Together Initiative For San Francisco Students !

London Breed Kickstarts Free Summer Program For San Francisco Students

London Breed kickstarted the city-sponsored summer program that is meant for kids and teens. The program is called the Summer Together initiative which the state is organizing with nonprofit and community organizations. It has received funding from big companies like Google and Facebook. Moreover, Breed said, “Today’s launch is a celebration of how our city has come together to support our children and young people and make sure they have the resources and tools to succeed within and beyond the classroom. The last year has been so hard on our young people, and we know we have a lot of work to do to support them.”

Summer Together Initiative
Source: The Center Blog

London Breed: Summer Together Initiative Will Help San Francisco Students In Expanding Their Horizons

San Francisco schools have remained shut ever since the outbreak of the pandemic. The education of students got affected due to in-person learning. Therefore, the Summer Together initiative will play a key role in providing some valuable lessons to the students. It will be a crucial step before students get back to classes for in-person learning this fall. Furthermore, the mayor said, “As we prepare to reopen our public schools for in-person learning this fall, we must continue to provide these opportunities for youth to not just pass their classes, but also expand their horizons, their goals, and shape their futures, regardless of their background.”

Summer Together Initiative
Source: The Center Blog

SFUSD Superintendent Calls Out The Benefits Of Summer Together Initiative

SFUSD Superintendent Vincent Matthews also pointed out how the program will help students with their education and learning. He said, “We are excited about all the options our students have to continue their learning this summer. As a result of our collaboration with the city and many community agencies, students are earning college credit, engaging in paid work-based internships, diving into literacy, and so much more.”

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