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Our Partners are here to support your child in making school effective and meaningful. Check out these partner offerings and enroll your child today!
The Decatur Maker Space is building desks for students to support at-home learning. Click here to learn more.
If you live in the Washington or Douglass clusters, you are eligible to apply for the Boost Child Care Initiative scholarship. Click here to learn more.
Click here for a list of area Boys & Girls clubs. Check with your location of choice for current availabilty.
Partner Learning Hubs
Many generous partners have set up learning hubs for students to go to during virtual learning for supervision, support and strong connectivity.
GeorgiaCAN is is tracking learning spaces at City of Atlanta learning pods at area recreation centers. Click here to see the list and to sign up!
Search qualified care providers with the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning at the link or by phone at 1-877-255-4254. These options are not just for early learners and include all grade bands!
Families who are in need of financial assistance to support childcare during this time can apply for it HERE.
Get connected with TutorATL here to recieve free academic support.
Click here for a full listing of afterschool and child care programs that are offering full-day, in-person programming during this school year
Contact the YMCA of Metro Atlanta to learn more about their campus connection child care program.
Click the flyer to view their website.
Apply for emergency rental assistance with Quest Communities.
Apply for emergency rental assistance with United Way and City of Atlanta by completing the intake application here.
Families are eligible to sign up for financial assistance with the Department of Human Services Division of Family & Children Services.