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Wynn Las Vegas offering virtual learning program for children of employees

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Posted at 3:37 PM, Aug 27, 2020
and last updated 2020-08-27 18:52:32-04

Wynn Las Vegas announced it will offer a new program for its employees with school-aged children.

The Company has created a unique partnership with Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada to offer Wynn employees professionally supervised virtual learning centers for their children, which will also include additional enrichment and learning programs, during the public school closures.

Recognizing that many parents and caretakers, particularly those with school children, are faced with difficult scheduling circumstances this school year, the Company will sponsor 400 seats every school day for students this fall at Boys and Girls Clubs locations across the Valley.

The virtual learning centers at the clubs provide a safe and supervised space for schoolwork during the public school closures.

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada offer 13 locations and will accommodate students of Wynn employees ages 6-12 for the virtual learning program.

Skilled staff will be onsite to supervise small groups of students and offer academic support, as well as supplement curriculum with a variety of programs and activities, including arts and crafts, health and wellness, and sports.