There is a back-to-school fair this evening (Saturday, August 7). It will include a presentation about the new school block program and tutoring, information booths, a hot dog meal, and a free movie.
The back-to-school fair is hosted by the NAACP Oak Ridge/Anderson County, Oak Ridge Recreation and Parks Department, and Oak Ridge Schools. It is scheduled at 6 p.m. Saturday, August 7, at Scarboro Community Center Gymnasium at 148 Carver Avenue in Oak Ridge.
At the fair, you can learn about tools for Oak Ridge parents and students at school booths about the new school year block program, the tutoring that is available, and family resources.
You should bring your own lawn chair to enjoy the free movie, “Hidden Figures.” Masks are required. COVID-19 guidelines and social distancing will be followed.
Here is the schedule:
- 6-7 p.m.: Welcome! Pick up your free information and surprise! And a hot dog meal for everyone! Booth-to-booth discussion from school officials and a presentation on the new school block program and tutoring.
- 7-9:10 p.m.: Settle in and enjoy the free movie, “Hidden Figures.”
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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