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City sponsoring free Kids Factory Drop-In Distance Learning Program

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To help our community during the pandemic, the City of Mission Viejo is sponsoring a free distance learning center for students on the Orchard Terrace outside of the Norman P. Murray Community Center.  

The Kids Factory drop-in distance learning support program is designed for elementary school children in grades 1-6 in the Saddleback Valley and Capistrano Unified School Districts.  The program provides students with the opportunity to access WIFI for distance learning in a supervised, outdoor environment while adhering to social distancing requirements. 

Four sessions are available – Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8-11 am and 1-4 pm; and Tuesday and Thursday from 8-11 am or 1-4 pm. Participants must enroll online before attending and bring all necessary distance learning materials, fully charged equipment and snacks.  SVUSD staff can provide basic technology support and assistance, which is not meant to replace the classroom teacher.  

Registration is weekly and limited to one session per participant. 

For more information, contact 949-460-2777 or communityservices@svusd.org.  

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