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In the news

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~ 95.1 KFROG, Riverside

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~ Today’s World with Sue Hall, San Francisco

Return to school is on every K-12 educator’s mind. Who is returning? What does the schedule look like? How will the students respond? Do we have enough staff? What will summer school look like?

~ CASBO (California Association of School Business Officials)

This year Lompoc Unified School District (LUSD) will be offering students an opportunity to participate in enriching expanded learning experiences throughout the summer.

~ Newshawk, Santa Barbara

APRIL 13

Learning about importance of social, emotional learning for children

The push to get kids back into the classroom has been driven by the understanding that in-person learning is essential to education, but there is much more to consider than just knowledge.

Mae spoke to Emma Tudor, the vice president of Sports for Learning, about the social and emotional learning gap.

~ FOX40, Sacramento

Getting kids back to school after pandemic shutdowns has been anything but a smooth ride, as parents, teachers and administrators aim to work together to seek new and innovative solutions to benefit all parties.

~ 103.7 KSON & 96.5 KYXY, San Diego

Weitman is the chief operating officer at Sports for Learning, a provider of educational support programs. She lives in Pacific Beach.

~ San Diego Union Tribune

March 26

KCRA Sacremento news - Getting kids back to school safely

Schools, colleges add more counseling services to address student mental health. Schools and colleges are preparing for a rush of student mental health needs as campuses reopen.

~ EdSource

Schools, colleges add more counseling services to address student mental health. Schools and colleges are preparing for a rush of student mental health needs as campuses reopen.

~ MarketWatch

A new extracurricular program blending social-emotional learning and physical activity is headed to Davis elementary schools.

~ Davis Enterprise

School testimonials

What people say?

I can’t thank Sports for Learning enough for making it possible to safely provide on-site support for our students in Lynwood. Coaches ensure students are engaged in virtual learning, receive homework help, and participate in fun outdoor physical activities focused on social and emotional learning skills.

Sports for Learning has benefited our students and their families, as well as the Lynwood team. It’s been a fantastic partnership!
Dr. Shawna Dinkins
Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services
Lynwood Unified School District, CA
On behalf of Cajon Valley Union School District, I would like to express our sincere appreciation to the Sports for Learning team. For our 19 elementary schools, you have been able to provide a truly incredible experience for our students as they have returned to school over the last 3 months. Your outdoor safe-play curriculum, in-classroom support, and the general positive attitude of your coaches is exactly what our staff and students needed.

...our students have thrived in the classes which support their mental and physical wellness. Students are now excited and curious about learning.... Together, our collaboration has achieved something incredible.
Karen Minshew
Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services
Cajon Valley Union School District, CA