Learning and Enrichment for Remote Students
The Durango Learning Lab supports academic success and free exploration for remote, blended, and homeschooled students. Students are invited to join peers for a safe workspace and a wide range of enrichment activities one or two days each week.
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Learning Lab Options
Wednesday 9-R Enrichment Days
High School Tutoring
Environments to Inspire creativity
Parents are balancing concern for their children’s safety this school year with the fear of them falling behind academically. “Learning pods” have gotten attention as an alternative for families who have the time or resources to privately support their children’s learning in the midst of COVID, but this solution is cost-prohibitive for most and risks exacerbating existing issues with equity and access in our educational system. We believe a robust community-wide program with a commitment to universal access regardless of family income better serves our children and is more in keeping with our community values.
Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.
- W. B. Yeats
The Durango Learning Lab offers over a dozen opportunities for enrichment and exploration spanning STEM, arts and music, and recreation.