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Learning That Looks Like Child’s Play

Enrichment program expands student fun and learning 

two boys work together on lego project

Whether they are playing sports, creating art, or designing with Legos, students in Campbell Union School District’s enrichment programs do a lot of learning as they play. 

“In our programs, we design fun experiences for students that incorporate what they learn during school hours,” said Edgar Romero Jr., assistant director of the Expanded Learning Department. “They collaborate, innovate and problem-solve through play!”

Thanks to the Expanded Learning Opportunity Grant (ELOG), more students have been able to register for the enrichment options.

Registration for the April Enrichment is open now. The session begins the week of April 11th and ends the week of May 23rd. 

groups of children and teachers smilingPictured here: Forest Hill students showcased their Lego robotics creations this week. Their Enrichment instructor, CUSD’s Eva Carrendar, (back row, center) is one of 11 Lego Master Builders in the U.S.