Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee offers in-person academic support for students
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Hundreds of kids in Milwaukee are going to school virtually at the start of the school year, and many of their families are getting help from the Boys & Girls Clubs.
More than 30 clubs are offering support to help kids who are distance learning.
Some families can't have their kids take classes at home, so the Boys & Girls Clubs offer space, technology and staff, and they're taking strict precautions to make sure the kids are safe from coronavirus.
"Their natural inclination is to want to come up and hug," said Kathy Thornton-Bias, president and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee. "They haven't seen their club manager, Mr. Miles, for a long time. But we are really kind of training ourselves to teach kids other ways to engage and show excitement, and it's been hard."
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