Once they arrive, many of them by bus, they get a snack. (First things first, right?) They get help with homework, a lot of one-on-one tutoring from staff and volunteers. The children report what they learned during the day, a way of reviewing their lessons and keeping their tutors informed. Then there are enrichment programs — a dance or photography class, or a lecture on nutrition, art lessons with students of the Maryland Institute College of Art. When I visited on Tuesday, the Baltimore Museum of Art's mobile program had set up a display on the lawn. The children get time in a computer lab, too.