Hartford Remote Learning Hubs Begin January 2021 for Grades K-3

Hartford Remote Learning Hubs Begin January 2021 for Grades K-3

Hartford Remote Learning Hubs Begin January 2021 for Grades K-3

Looking for FREE and SAFE in-person options for your child in Kindergarten through Grade 3 remote learning?

The City of Hartford is partnering with Hartford Public Schools and community organizations to offer learning hub locations across the city. This program is administered by Hartford’s Department of Families, Children, Youth and Recreation and designed for families that selected in‐person learning for their children and may be adversely impacted by COVID‐19‐related facility closures.

To be eligible, your child must:

  • Be a resident of Hartford
  • Be enrolled in in‐person kindergarten, first
    grade, second grade, or third grade and is
    currently in hybrid or remote‐only status
  • Have a working parent/caregiver that meets
    low to moderate income requirements

Boys & Girls Club:

« Northwest Boys & Girls Club at 1 Nahum Drive, Hartford OR Southwest Boys & Girls Club at 1 Chandler Street, Hartford OR Trinity College Boys & Girls Club at 1500 Broad Street, Hartford

« CONTACT: Joseph Bumpers at jbumpers@bgchartford.org or (860) 995-1834

Catholic Charities:

« Institute for the Hispanic Family 45 Wadsworth Street, Hartford

« CONTACT: Joel Cruz at (860) 527-1124 ext. 244 or jcruz@ccaoh.org

Community Renewal Team:

« Ritter Child Development Center 555 Windsor Street, Hartford

« CONTACT: Leslie Giordano at (860) 560-5461 ext.231 or paguadal@crtct.org

YMCA of Greater Hartford:

« Wilson-Gray YMCA Youth and Family Center at 444 Albany Avenue, Hartford

« CONTACT: Melody Santiago at (860) 241-9622 ext.117 or wgsacc@ghymca.org

YWCA Hartford Region:

« 135 Broad Street, Hartford

« CONTACT: Dana Sears at (860) 525-1163 ext. 137 or https://www.ywcahartford.org/what_we_do/childcare/ywca-city-of-hartford-remote-learning-program.html


Flyer – Learning Hubs


This program is administered by the City of Hartford and operates under license exempt on by the CT Office of Early Childhood pursuant to Public Act 16‐100. It is funded in part with Community Development Block Grant funds allocated to community‐based organizations by the City of Hartford and supported by the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.