As anyone working from home might have noticed, it can be difficult to work productively when there’s no sort of supervision. The Old Firehouse Center (1440 Chain Bridge Road) in McLean is offering a program that gives students that in-person pressure to stay focused on virtual learning.
“Old Firehouse Learning Connection is a supervised e-learning program held at the Old Firehouse Center, supervised by our staff, designed for students in 7th-12th grades,” the McLean Community Center said on its website. “The program will provide a supervised environment for students to complete their school-led virtual instruction.”
The program includes limited socially distant recreation during breaks and some help from staff with school work, but the focus is on providing a supervised environment.
The program runs rom Tuesday-Friday, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sessions are each around one month long, and $300-$400.
- Session 1: 8101.220 — 9/8-10/2 — $400
- Session 2: 8102.220 — 10/6-10/30 — $400
- Session 3: 8103.220 — 11/4-11/24 — $300
- Session 4: 8104.220 — 12/1-12/18 — $300
No transportation will be provided and the program is only available to residents of McLean Small Tax District 1A.
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