March 31, 2021 -- Friday is the start of Columbus City Schools’ long-awaited Spring Break. It’s an important time for students, teachers, and staff to pause and recharge so they can finish out the school year strong. But we also know that during these ten days, the structured activities and supports that are normally in place to keep young people engaged are gone.
Our partners at Columbus Recreation and Parks have updated their “School’s Out” online listing of activities - many of them at free or reduced costs - to keep young people active and engaged during the time away from school.
Children ages 6-12 can sign up for School’s Out at one of the city’s 29 community centers to enjoy arts and crafts, sports clinics, group games, cooking classes, field trips, and much more.
Several of our community partners are also offering specials during Spring Break, including:
Learn more about these Safe Spring Break efforts at www.columbus.gov/schoolsout/.