Second Home, First Option

Nonprofit A Safe Space After School

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Posted: November 9, 2013

Alton Wampler, a James Madison University volunteer with Second Home, helps third grader Rene Ruiz with reading homework Oct. 24 at the Muhlenberg Activities Center, which houses the nonprofit after school program. (Photo by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
Chris Kelley, a James Madison University student who volunteers at Second Home — a nonprofit after school program that caters predominantly to low-income Harrisonburg city school students — laughs with first and second graders during snack time Oct. 24. (Photo by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
Volunteer Trisha Smith helps third grader Dennis Duartz with math homework in the hallways Oct. 24. Second Home shares space with the Harrisonburg Rockingham Child Day Care Center. (Photo by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
Second grade teacher Lacey Berns works with students to create an attendance chart Oct. 24. (Photo by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
Often times, today’s economy increasingly demands parents work overtime on a weekly basis; consequently, it becomes hard to ensure the security of their children outside the confines of school and...

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