New protocols

As the Jefferson County area slowly returns to regular activity, the Boys and Girls Club of Dumplin Valley began opening with staff and limited students at the Jefferson City location. Branch Director Samantha Fehl (left), and Assistant Director Summer McCowan hand papers to parent Rachael Norwood explaining the new protocols that will be in place.  – STEVEN LLOYD | THE STANDARD BANNER

A new summer state-wide tutoring program for Boys and Girls Clubs could help both local grade schoolers and current college students looking for work.

The Bill and Crissy Haslam Foundation will partner with Boys and Girls Clubs in the state, launching the new Tennessee Tutoring Corps (TTC) aimed at preventing summer learning loss.

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