Boston Globe: After shooting death, program offers safety, hope and a future

For six summer weeks, 160 teenagers and 550 younger kids convene at six locations to eat breakfast and then get to work. And to have fun. Language arts, math and science, lots of reading and technology, and the arts. Then they’re off to the museum, the park, or the aquarium.

It’s called B-SAFE: Bishop’s Summer Academic and Fun Enrichment Program.

“We want young people to feel big,’’ Liz Steinhauser said. “And we want kids to try lots of different things. We want them to be safe. We want kids to feel connected.’’


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