Imagine Math combines live teacher support, unique student motivation, and engaging adaptive instruction in a web-based learning system that is proven to help students learnand lovemath!
JA of Idaho’s volunteer-delivered, kindergarten-12th grade programs foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire students in our community to dream big and reach their potential.
LCSC Kids’ College is a short-format summer program for youth ages 6 through 15. Kids’ College strives to offer the highest quality educational courses for youth in the Lewis-Clark Valley. Classes are scheduled Monday through Thursday.
We believe that connecting kids with nature is important. When kids learn to enjoy and understand the natural world around them, they are more likely to value nature and the out of doors throughout their life. In addition, kids of all ages benefit from being in nature, we know that being outside helps everyone be more relaxed, and able to cope with stress. Each year, the Land Trust works with hundreds of schoolchildren doing educational programming as well as recreational activities. Some of the unique programs we are proud to be a part of include Wild Outdoor Week (WOW), the NEW ROOTS program, Bird by Bird, and so much more!
“Lumina Foundation is an independent, private foundation in Indianapolis that is committed to making opportunities for learning beyond high school available to all.
We envision a system that is easy to navigate, delivers fair results, and meets the nations need for talent through a broad range of credentials.
Our goal is to prepare people for informed citizenship and for success in a global economy.”
Weekly art and science activities
Annual events (such as Trunk-Or-Treat, Dairy Days Parade and the Community Block Party)
Large database of community resources and research tools.
West Ada School District
In addition to having bookmobile stops at schools, we also attend events such as school carnivals, book fairs, kindergarten registration, and assemblies.
Other Community Partnerships: We are committed to serving the community needs in many ways. We often work with community organizations in order to provide programs for a wide range of community members.
We provide summer programming at Department of Parks & Recreation summer camps, table at local church community meals, and make regular visits to the local Boys & Girls Club.”
“NSLAs vision is that all children and youth have access to high-quality summer learning experiences to help them succeed in college, career and life.
The opportunities for enriching summer experiences, healthy meals, a first job and more, open endless possibilities and doors to brighter futures for Americas young people”
“This free service provides the following to registered users:
-Books, magazines, and playback equipment
-Materials mailed directly to and from the user via Free Matter for the Blind
-Toll free number to contact the Talking Book Service
-Resources to help select titles of interest
-Online catalog for direct ordering
-Ability to download digital titles”
PCEI offers a variety of quality educational programs to schools, afterschool programs, community groups, and adults.
We focus on increasing awareness and knowledge of issues important to Palouse watersheds and ecosystems, developing critical thinking skills and engaging participants in service projects that restore or enhance current watershed conditions.
Our programs are highly interactive, place-based and promote hands-on exploration of the natural world. Programs are easily adaptable for all ages, and dates and times are flexible.
For information on afterschool educational opportunities, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.