As Ohio students face three weeks–or more–of no school due to safety precautions to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), feeding kids in need has become a top priority for the Toledo area community, and the city has banded together. Private businesses have graciously offered to provide free meals, and school districts are offering grab-and-go meal options for students.
While preschool/daycare is scary (maybe more for us parents than our kids), the social, emotional and academic growth children gain from the experience is indisputable. My only recommendation: find a program that fits your child’s needs and has amazing teachers.
In the annual WalletHub analysis, measuring cities by family life and fun, education, health and safety, affordability and socioeconomic status. Perrysburg placed second, Sylvania 21 and Maumee 24.
Young Artists at Work is a six-week, paid summer apprenticeship program where teens, ages 14-18, learn artistic and professional skills, under the direction of professional artists.