Life Time Fitness launching nationwide distance learning support camp

With schools across the country turning to virtual or hybrid school schedules for the 2020-2021 school year, many parents are faced with finding a way to balance work and school schedules for their families.

Life Time, which serves more than 270,000 kids nationwide every month, is launching Distance Learning Support Camps for children aged 5-12.

The first-of-its-kind camps from Life Time are designed to help families’ bridge gaps in their child’s school calendar and keep kids connected this fall in a safe, clean environment.

Children enrolled in the camps will be placed into small groups according to current guidelines from state and local governments. Parents can choose full or partial days of care to build a schedule that meets their needs.

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Students will receive school-work assistance using their devices from home during the camp, plus active lesson plans, including activities that children may be missing from their normal school day such as: Youth fitness, arts and crafts, S.T.E.A.M. activities, and music.

Start dates for the camps will vary based on location and local district demands.

The two locations in Las Vegas / their addresses are as follows:

Life Time Athletic Green Valley
121 Carnegie St, Henderson, NV 89074

Life Time Summerlin
10721 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89135

For more information and to sign up on the program waitlist, click here.

— to www.ktnv.com

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