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IMAG History & Science Center offers new Students On Site program to help with socially distanced learning

IMAG helps students engage with Socially Distanced Learning
Posted at 10:29 AM, Aug 19, 2020
and last updated 2020-08-19 10:29:39-04

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Despite the coronavirus crisis, the IMAG History and Science Center in Fort Myers has been busy keeping kids safe and learning all Summer long.

It's why they're introducing a new Socially Distanced Learning program starting Aug. 31 for Students On Site.

IMAG says it offers students a safe, supervised environment for their online schooling programs, such as Florida Virtual School and Lee Home Connect.

They're also still running their popular STEM Summer Camp program through the month of August.

In this morning's segment, IMAG shows how both fun programs work to keep kids safe and socially distant.

To find more information on their Socially Distanced Learning program, click here.

For more information on their STEM Summer Camps, click here.