The Learning Lab
3110 E Seminole St
The Learning Lab at Educare’s Early Learning Works
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74110
Days of Operation: Tues, Wed, Thurs
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday 12pm-2pm, 2:30pm-4:30pm
Wednesday 10am-12pm, 12:30pm-2:30pm, 2:30pm-4:30pm
Thursday 12pm-2pm, 2:30pm-4:30pm
Types of Assistance your organization provides:
Food, Childcare, Educational Activity, Recreational Activity
Number of Individuals Able to Serve Per Day: 30
Age Groups Served: K – 5th Grade, 6th – 8th Grade, High School
Ratio of kids to adults: 5:1
Average total number of kids per group: 10
Actions Required to Access Service:
Description of Services:
The Learning Lab is a project between The Opportunity Project and Tulsa Educare. At The Learning Lab, youth can access distance learning support, enrichment activities, free books, STEM kits, snacks, and more. We will practice COVID safety and are grounded in equity-based social and emotional learning (SEL) and positive youth development principles. Drop-in for 2 hour sessions of tutoring, SEL skill-building, and other distance learning supports. Se habla Español!
Fees charged for services:
No fees charged
Computer Accessibility for Distance Learning:
Internet Accessibility for Distance Learning:
Are masks required for youth?:
Are masks required for adults?:
Please Describe your Safety Plan
We follow the Tulsa Educare safety plan and CDC recommendations.
Please describe your contact tracing plan (if someone has come in contact with COVID, how will families be notified?)
We will operate contract tracing protocols in line with Educare’s tracing program.
Types of Donations your organization accepts for this purpose:
Willing to take volunteers to assist with this effort? Yes
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