School Age and Teens | Resources

Special COVID-Related Resources for School-Age Kids

School Age Care:

  • YMCA all 2020 (COVID-ready) Child Care Sites: K-12
    • Sacramento, West Sacramento, Woodland, Sloughhouse, Plumas Lake, 
  • CLASS Program New Academic Support Program at City Community Centers: Program aims to support vulnerable children who are struggling with online learning by providing wi-fi access, additional academic support and childcare while parents and guardians work outside the home. To sign up for the waitlist, email Scott Jensen at sjensen@cityofsacramento.org. 
  • Access Bright Horizons Back-up Care and Additional Family Supports. Watch an on-demand overview of the services available with your free employee subscription.
  • Davis Kids Klub  (at Davis School District schools)
  • Child Development Centers (based at Elementary schools throughout the Sacramento/Davis areas)
  • Handshake through the UC Davis Internship and Career Center.  Private employers looking for tutors, nannies, babysitters, etc. can create an account in Handshake and post directly on the website free of charge.  Once you post a position, students can apply directly to the position. Instructions on setting up an account can be found at https://www.powtoon.com/c/cn8zrifrotP/1/m. In the posting process you have to post a website, feel free to post the WorkLife site as a placeholder.

COVID Toddler, Preschool and Pre/K program

The Early Childhood Lab School on the Davis campus is offering remote early learning programs starting September 28.  Each small-group virtual learning opportunity will be facilitated by a child development specialist.  Programs for toddlers, preschoolers and pre-K.  LEARN MORE

COVID Resources by Local School Districts

A PDF of the local school districts with gathered information on support resources, internet resources, technology resources, and afterschool programs.

Local Online Tutoring and Educational Resources: 

  • Quarantutors  Free one-on-one tutoring to K-12 students in nearly all academic subjects and some extracurriculars.  Offered by high school and college students through zoom.  Started by a bay-area group of teens.  High School and College students are encouraged to sign-up to become tutors as well!
  • Project Catalyst  UC Davis student group tutoring science for elementary school science over zoom.  These zoom sessions will be held Monday, Wednesday, and Friday fro 3;00-4:00 pm and begins the week of August 17th.
  • Sacramento Public Library (free for all California residents) offers homework help resources to students with live tutors available through their website seven days a week from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m.  Additional resources include Early Learning Workshops for Families in various languages.
  • CLASS Program New Academic Support Program at City Community Centers: Program aims to support vulnerable children who are struggling with online learning by providing wi-fi access, additional academic support and childcare while parents and guardians work outside the home. To sign up for the waitlist, email Scott Jensen at sjensen@cityofsacramento.org. 
  • Elk Grove Virtual Academy The EGUSD Virtual Academy is part of a free public education system. The EGUSD Virtual Academy is open to students living in Sacramento, Amador, Contra Costa, El Dorado, Placer, San Joaquin, Solano, Sutter and Yolo counties. For more information contact (916) 399-9890 or EGVirtual@egusd.net.
  • Boys and Girls Club Connect with special assistance and programming to support families and children.

National Online Tutoring and Educational Resources: 

Please note we do not endorse any of these services, they are listed as a resource for you to investigate.

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