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Overcome misconceptions and boost enrollment in your after school and summer enrichment programs

Under the newly passed American Rescue Plan, afterschool and summer enrichment programs are expected to receive critical funding to help address the impact of COVID-19. The students who need additional support may have never participated in after school or summer programming. Their families may have misconceptions about these types of programs. Help your community recover from the pandemic equitably by sharing what you can offer students to help address the disruption in learning.

After school and summer programs can be one of the best ways to market the value of your district to current and prospective families.

Whether you’re building a program from scratch or raising the bar on quality, our team of professional video, graphic design and motion graphics experts can help you stand out and engage with families at the right time and with the right message.

National Association of
Elementary School Principals


Storytelling Series

The National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) needed an effective way to share models of excellence for other school leaders to learn from in implementing quality summer enrichment programs for children and youth. NAESP trusted our team to craft impactful stories in 14 cities across the United States to help showcase successful after school and summer programs.

Eastern Carver County
Public Schools


Summer Learning Logo

Eastern Carver County Schools is challenged with combating the misconception that summer programming is a punitive requirement for students who need to recover credits. We crafted a fresh and bright logo to help communicate with parents and students about the breadth of fun enrichment opportunities Eastern Carver County Schools offers throughout the summer.

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