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  Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) City Preparedness Update

Stay updated on the coronavirus in Denver and learn about youth resources available during the pandemic.

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Providing a safe place where students can do their online schoolwork while you're at work.

FREE learning labs are available at four Denver recreation centers to provide students, ages 8 - 14, with a safe and supportive place to complete their schoolwork, virtually. Each site will be hosted and staffed by members of a youth-serving organization, and breakfast, lunch and snack will be provided! 

Select the site of your choice to learn more and complete an interest form! Space is limited and based on first come, first served.

Daily Requirements for Learning Labs
  • Youth should bring a fully-charged laptop (or similar device), headphones and charging cords.

  • Once checked in, youth are required to stay until the end of the day. A parent/guardian must make prior arrangements with staff for early pickups. If a student is not attending regularly, their spot wiII be forfeited and opened to the next person on the waitlist.

  • Both staff and youth are required to wear a mask, complete health screenings and adhere to all safety guidelines related to the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • In order to keep youth and staff safe, parents/guardians are NOT allowed to enter the facilities. They are closed to the public.
Questions? Contact Program Partners

5090 Recreation Center
Partner: Sims-Fayola Foundation

College View Recreation Center
Partner: Boys & Girls Clubs

Montbello Recreation Center
Partner: YMCA

Rude Recreation Center
Partner: Sims-Fayola Foundation