In January, 2021, The Mind Trust announced the extension of Community Learning Sites through June 4. Ever since, Community Learning Sites have continued to serve students, providing safe, supportive in-person options.
With the majority of Indianapolis school districts’ spring breaks ahead from March 22 – April 2, multiple Community Learning Sites are committed to remaining open to support students over break.
The following sites will be open Monday through Friday during the entirety of spring break:
In particular, AYS’ sites will be offering full-day Spring Break Camps for students in Decatur, Washington, and Center Townships. You can learn more about AYS’ special spring break programming on their website and in this flyer in English and Spanish. For AYS spring break programs, students must be enrolled in the district each program takes place in to participate.
There is no cost to register or attend a Community Learning Site at Brookside Community Development Corporation, Christamore House, Westside Missionary Baptist Church, or Witherspoon Presbyterian Church. AYS provides limited financial assistance on a first-come, first-served basis to families who are at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level, and uses the FSSA Child Care Income Eligibility Determination & Fee Schedule to determine assistance eligibility.
How to Register
Find registration information, hours of operation, and more at communitylearningsites.org/locations. Families must register at the site that works best for them before dropping their child off at a site.
Meanwhile, the following sites will not be operating during spring break:
Following spring break, all sites will return to normal operation for the remainder of the semester through June 4.
Please contact us with any questions at CommunityLearningSites.org/contact.
Thank you to all of our Community Learning Site partners for their dedication to serving students and families over the last eight months!