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The proceeds from the event will help to support Coatesville Kids to College. Coatesville Kids to College’s mission is to provide academic, emotional, and spiritual empowerment to Coatesville's children and youth from pre-k to college.
The CKC pipeline aims to offer educational programming and comprehensive family support at every level of a child's development to ensure that each child is able to progress through each stage of school successfully, and eventually enroll in and graduate from college. Our programs are committed to partnering with families of the Coatesville community to provide children and youth with the strong educational foundation and Christian principles needed to enable their healthy development and strong foundation for future success.
In this unprecedented year of COVID-19, the challenges for kids to learn has escalated exponentially.
We've met that challenge head-on. We've transformed our facility in Coatesville into a safe virtual learning site. Here, kids in our programs ranging form kindergarten through 8th grade can come to do their online schooling. This offers tremendous support for these kids AND their parents.
We're able to offer free breakfast, lunch and snacks through the Coatesville Area School District. And because of our exceptional donors, we can staff the center with volunteers who assist the students with technology and classwork. This helps ensure class attendance, participation and learning in a safe, clean, distanced environment, instilling confidence and security while maintaining strong visions for their success.
The program launched on August 30th - the first day of school - and currently, the virtual program is supporting over thirty students.