KENOSHA — The Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha announced on Friday that it planned to offer traditional after school programming for the upcoming school year.
Kenosha Unified School District announced a change in its plan for the upcoming school year, giving families the option of in-person learning and virtual learning.
Due to the change, the Boys & Girls Club said it would begin offering traditional after school programming starting on Sept. 14.
Memberships to the club are required for the program
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The club also said that it would offer a virtual learning support program only if the district went completely virtual.
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