Still searching for a fun and safe activity for your child? Look no further than DC Way’s Learning Pods! Build your child a private pod with friends and classmates to play fun soccer games during their free time and enjoy the beautiful weather. You can pick any location, and the DC Way team will come to you!
Learning Pods are small groups of young children paired with a single coach and an assistant in a park. The program may benefit your child in many ways — stay active, learn new skills, play exciting games, and socialize with one another. Your little athlete will enjoy a break from technology, school, and screen time with outdoor games and free play. This is also an advantageous option for parents who need to work and can’t supervise their child.
Are you looking for a serious, fun, or educational soccer program? At DC Way’s Learning Pods, you can choose between recreational soccer, competitive level soccer, or advanced development. The schedule for each pod is personalized based on the needs, interests, and physical ability of each child. The coach will assess the interests of each player to create activities that everyone will love. All times can be completely customized to fit your needs and your child’s learning schedule – and the coach comes to you!
The soccer club is implementing extra safety measures. Their players and the staff will be masked and practicing social distancing. DC Way is confident that they will offer your family a safe and customized experience.
Make the most of your child’s free time with DC Way’s unique and amazing Learning Pods. Please send DC Way an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to organize your Pod with them.
More information about their program — including descriptions, schedules, and registration — is available on their website and Facebook page. You can also call 571-490-1275 or email email@example.com to learn more.
2 Responses to DC Way is Now Offering Personalized Learning Pods!
I have received this newsletter for years and with this post will unsubscribe. To promote a learning pod without even a mention of the exacerbating inequities in public schools by this kind of privilege is sad. Many of us are at wits end and need to do what we have to do to make things work. I don’t judge people needing a pod. I also know that many readers of this blog have the chance in coming years to rebuild public schools to be more equitable and leverage innovations from this distance learning, or to opt out of public schools entirely and re-segregate our schools.
Hi Morgan – It seems like you may have read just the title (which could be misleading if you don’t know about DC Way) and not the whole post, but this is not about an academic learning pod. DC Way offers extracurricular soccer instruction, and now they are offering it in small groups for kids and families who can’t join the after school programs or academy league. I have always included extracurricular activities for a range of interests and budgets, many even free — that’s pretty much what KFDC is all about. I don’t think including a soccer program like this is “exacerbating inequities in public schools.” I do hope you’ll reconsider and subscribe back.