Preschool, K-5 after school and enrichment programs, camps and other out-of-school time (OST) programs play an important role in supporting youth and families in any working community. When COVID-19 struck, these programs were forced to reimagine their services to ensure as much continuity as possible while adhering to strict health guidelines. In this webinar, Renee Elting, who is part of the community education program team for Oregon City School District, will provide a first-hand look at how she and her colleagues methodically addressed a mountain of unknowns to maintain program stability.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- The specific steps the Oregon City team took to quickly pivot their programs to accommodate ever-changing policies and procedures.
- Communication strategies Renee leveraged to ensure parents and families felt informed and engaged in OCSD’s decision-making processes.
- How Renee helped navigate challenging financial constraints to keep their programs solvent.
- Strategies Renee uses to stay grounded both personally and professionally during extreme uncertainty.