This initiative is a community effort with nearly 50 partners working to increase the number of Columbus children participating in meal sites, while encouraging young students to keep reading and thinking critically during summer months
Summer meal sites are now OPEN! You still have time to register for summer camps!
Providing your children with nutritious meals during the summer months can be a challenge. We want to feed their bodies so their brains have more than enough fuel to keep learning.
Make Summer Count! offers lessons and activities to ensure kindergarten through third grade students continue to maintain and develop reading skills.
Make Summer Count! provides summer activities designed to strengthen problem-solving, reasoning and math communication skills for fourth through sixth grade students.
Make Summer Count! is a collaboration of nonprofits, corporations and community leaders united in the belief that all children and youth deserve healthy meals and the opportunity to keep learning when school ends. Please join us in feeding bodies, fueling brains and Making Summer Count.
Nearly 50 community partners agree that nutrition and learning should be part of every child and youth’s summer experience. Make Summer Count! aims to increase the number of children participating in summer meal sites, and also to encourage students to keep reading and thinking critically during the summer months.
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