INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Summer break doesn't mean your child should take a break from learning. One local program is aimed at keeping your kids on the right track while school is out for the summer.
100 Black Men of Indianapolis is once again hosting a Summer Academy for children attending grades K-8. This year, they're celebrating their 30th year of operation. The academy is designed to teach subjects like financial literacy, arts and health awareness along with academic classes.
This year's academy will take place at IPS School 74, located at 1604 10th Street, from 7:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
For more information, call the 100 Black Men of Indianapolis office at 317.921.1276.