EdVenture Announces Eddie’s Study Studio

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November 11, 2020 (Columbia, SC) EdVenture announced today Eddie’s Study Studio, a new distance learning program for families facing challenges in a constantly changing remote learning environment. 
“We know that families are trying to navigate a constantly-changing remote learning environment”, said Lisa Hailey President & CEO of EdVenture. We are committed to helping families by providing a safe space for online learning as well as fun, hands-on experiences through museum play.” 
Eddie’s Study Studio will: 

  • Support student learning by ensuring full participation in virtual/remote learning. 
  • Provide a clean and safe classroom environment for learning. 
  • Engage students in supplemental learning experiences with EdVenture’s education team.

“EdVenture is dedicated to the health and safety of each student attending Eddie’s Study Studio, said Kathie Williams, RN, DrPH, EdVenture’s Health and Safety Advisor. Safety protocols include daily temperature checks, strict social distancing within the classroom, increased and enhanced cleaning of all classroom surfaces using hospital-grade sanitizers, and required mask wearing for all children and staff members. Students attending Eddie’s Study Studio will remain separate from guests visiting the museum with dedicated entrances, restrooms, and classroom space that is located in the lower level of the building.”

Eddie’s Study Studio will be available Monday – Friday from 8:30 am -2:30 pm to families with children ages Kindergarten – 5th Grade, throughout the Midlands. Complimentary early drop-off will begin at 7:15 am and after-school care will be available from 3 pm-6 pm. School day tuition is $195 per week and after school care is available for $100 per week. Advanced registration is required. 

Registration is open now and classes begin Monday, November 16th. Please visit EdVenture.org/eddies-study-studio for full details. 

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