Why We Aren’t Surprised by Camps’ Response to Hurricane Harvey

Following the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, which made landfall in Texas on August 25th, camp directors came to the rescue—helping families who needed a safe place for their kids.

Schools in certain areas were forced to close or delay openings. About 80% of Houston ISD opened for the first day of school on September 11.1 But until then, as families struggled to assess damages and start rebuilding, many children were left in limbo. Continue reading