Mariners In the Gap

Helping Parents with Distance Learning

We know that COVID-19 and the uncertainty surrounding online learning and school closures are greatly impacting parents and children in what has become the greatest challenge for families next to the virus itself.

You are not alone.

Mariners Church is committed to supporting kids, students, and parents by stepping into the gap that has been left in the area of childcare, academics, and enrichment for students. We will support families by providing supervised distance learning on campus for K-5th grade during school hours, and after-school recreation and creative enrichment opportunities. Leadership opportunities for older students, too!

For those interested in volunteering and being a part of this amazing experience, please join us by signing up to serve.

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  • On Campus supervised distance learning support:
    Launching in September. Check back for more information in the coming week. 
    • For single and working parents, a limited number of spaces will be available to parents who have limited to no options and are in need of solutions for where and how their kids will spend their day and complete their distance learning while parents are working.
    • Interest form
    • Volunteer application
  • Resourcing parent co-ops and learning pods at home: 
    • For families who have started a co-op or learning pod with neighbors and friends, we want to help parents connect with other learning communities by opening their home or to find neighbors within their school network.
    • Our afterschool program will offer enrichment in the areas of arts and science and provide opportunities for kids in the area of movement and outdoor play. 
    • Register My Child
    • Volunteer

For those interested in participating or volunteering and being a part of this amazing experience, please join us by signing up to serve with our distance learning support or afterschool programming!