After COVID-19 shut down traditional summer recreation programs for Hermitage students last year, city and school district officials are rebooting the programs for the summer. With the pandemic improving, they hope to conduct a traditional summer recreation program, following whatever masking or social distancing guidelines are prescribed.
With costs shared by the city and Hermitage School District, the summer program runs from June 14 through July 31. It typically registers 300 to 400 students. Indoor and outdoor activities include tennis, basketball, softball, kickball, and swimming, as well as science, art, and music projects.
This year, city officials need about 15