2017 Summer Matters Road Trip Made News Statewide

The Summer Matters Road Trip was huge this year! We traveled to programs in 15 different cities, spreading the word about the importance of summer learning. But don’t take our word for it, check out the media coverage of several of the stops on the road trip.

Kerman Enrichment Summer Adventures – Kerman, CA

Putting f-u-n into summer learning a hit with Kerman students (Vida en el Valle)

Still room for your kids at Kerman summer learning program (Fox 26)

Camp Thrive – Oakland, CA

Oakland elementary school participates in statewide “Summer Matters” campaign (KRON4 News)

Jump Start Program – Whittier, CA

Encuentran el secreto para que los estudiantes preserven en el verano lo que aprendieron durante el año (Hoy Online)

Summer Matters Road Trip visit to Whitter (Univision 34)

SERRF Program– Red Bluff, CA

Tehama District Fair to host SERRF students Thursday (Red Bluff Daily News)

SERRF students learn about fair, STEM (Red Bluff Daily News)

Tehama county promotes stem learning fights summer slide (CBS12)

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