In this year’s unprecedented summer, outdoor learning prevailed.
In June, the city’s summer programs re-opened with limited capacity and with modifications intended to prevent the spread of COVID-19
To learn how programs adjusted to operating in our new reality, we caught up with eight from across the city, who maintained or increased their nature and outdoor programming to reduce the risk of transmission.
Apart from being safer, it doesn’t hurt that being outside offers other great benefits too, such as increased immunity and an emotional boost that can help kids feel less tense, stressed, angry, or depressed.
Here’s what summer outdoor learning looked like in SF: