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Duluth’s only digital learning center
Get your kids out of the house and learning in a safe environment at The 3 O’Clock Spot Digital Learning Center!
While Duluth children may not be going back to school this fall, they still have a great opportunity to further their education in a social setting big enough to allow for safe social distancing.
“No one else is doing digital learning right now, so we are quite unique in that aspect,” said Three O’Clock Spot Owner Tammie Holmes. “I have a 5,000-square-foot building and employees who will assist with assignments and make sure schoolwork is completed each day.”
The 3 O’Clock Spot is perfect for parents working from home and who need a break from their children, as well as for kids who may not want to sit home every day, parents who have to leave home to go to work, and especially for students without access to computers, printers, scanners, and internet service.
“I want to be able to give parents the option to drop their kids off to complete the digital learning at my location,” Holmes said. “I will only be accepting a limited number of children—35 at the most—and each child will be more than six feet from one another.”
Other measures to help ensure your child’s safety include mandatory wearing of masks, a sanitization station, and encouragement of frequent handwashing.
The 3 O’Clock Spot Digital Learning Center is for school-aged children. They will be sectioned off by age group.
The center is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and is located at 4120 Chattahoochee Trace in Duluth.
The cost to attend is $135 per week.
Go to www.3oclockspot.com for more information.