Friday, February 12, 2010

Pittsburgh Public Schools Summer Dreams Camps

You won't find Swimming and Water Polo camp, nor Olympicpedia, nor Junior Lifeguard Camp, nor Sports Manager Camp. Those were two of my suggested camps. But, here is the line-up of what was picked.

Afternoon Activities
Judo

Facilitated by: Allegheny Youth Development

Camper capacity: 40*

*Special Scheduling Note: Boys only are eligible for this program

Location: Pittsburgh King

Culminating Activity: Camp concludes with a mini-judo tournament

How would you like to test your physical limits in a contact sport that’s exciting, safe, and most of all, fun? The Olympic martial art of judo might be perfect for you. Judo teaches you how to use an opponent’s own force and momentum to throw or subdue him. You’ll learn amazing throws, quick foot-sweeps, strong pinning techniques – all the tools you’ll need to compete in real judo matches. You’ll also build the courage, sportsmanship and self-control that this sport demands. So kick off your shoes and join us on the mat. Hajime!



Ultimate Frisbee: Catch The Spirit!
Facilitated by: Camp Spirit of the Game

Camper Capacity: 100

Location: Pittsburgh Obama (in the Reizenstein facility)

Culminating Activity: Campers will participate in an Ultimate Pentathlon

Discover what millions of young people already know: the sport of Ultimate Frisbee is easy to learn, outrageously fun, and richly rewarding. Play games, make friends, get fit--and take home key lessons about how to succeed in life. Learn teamwork, dedication, respect and integrity. Earn trophies and prizes. Get a professional quality flying disc to keep, a hi-tech sport shirt, and a medallion for completing the Camp. Learn more about Ultimate at http://campsog.com/links.aspx and about the SDA Ultimate Camp at www.campsog.com/summerdreamers.aspx.



Artists and Scientists Camp

Facilitated by: Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

Camper Capacity: 80

Location: Off-site at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and Carnegie Museum of Art – campers from Pittsburgh Obama (in the Reizenstein facility) will be eligible

Culminating Activity: Campers create pieces of art and/or graphic displays of scientific phenomena

Imagine having your work displayed at a museum. After activity-filled afternoons at both Carnegie Museum of Natural History and Carnegie Museum of Art, you’ll create a project for display in the same building that is home to Tyrannosaurus rex and works of Vincent van Gogh. If you’re ready to explore your community, try science research and artistic expression, and then share your project with an audience beyond your school, this Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh camp is the place to be!



On Stage

Facilitated by: Community College of Allegheny County

Camper Capacity: 90*

*Special Schedule Note: This activity will take place Monday – Thursday. Campers will be able to choose fun academic electives and workshops to participate in each Friday.

Location: Pittsburgh CAPA

Culminating Activity: Culminating activities include short skits, songs, or oral reports

Are you ready to experience the magical world of playwrights, actors, musicians, singers, dancers, costume and set designers? Through “On Stage,” you can enjoy performances by a variety of local artists and interact with the performers. Then you can go on to write an original skit or a song, learn more about the life of a favorite entertainer, perform in a short play, choreograph a dance, design a costume, or learn more about the technical aspects of theater. If you are ready to practice in the world of performing, this is the place for you!





Green Architecture, Community Design, Theater, Cartooning

Facilitated by: The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh

Camper Capacity: 20

Location: Off-site at The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh – Campers from Pittsburgh King will be eligible

Culminating Activity: Campers will build boats and create cartoon illustrations and posters designed to help others conserve energy

The PPS Summer Dreamers Academy at The Children's Museum of Pittsburgh will engage students in fun and exciting activities including: green architecture, community design, theater and improv, cartooning and a fun filled week of Museum exploration.



Young Playwrights

Facilitated by: City Theatre

Camper Capacity: 120

Location: Pittsburgh CAPA

Culminating Activity: Campers will create a compilation of 10 plays

Wouldn’t it be fun to create a world filled with characters of your own? Who act and speak just the way you want them to…about what means the most to you? Every day, playwrights create characters and tell stories that audiences experience under the bright lights of the stage. City Theater Young Playwrights will give you a chance to dream up a world of your own. Learn about the great writers who came from Pittsburgh – such as August Wilson and George S. Kaufmann; see how they create vivid characters and action-packed stories, and then use the playwriting tools you learn to tell a story of your own!



artSLAM

Facilitated by: Frick Art and Historical Center

Camper Capacity: 22

Location: Off-site at the Frick Art & Historical Center – Campers from Pittsburgh Obama (in the Reizenstein facility) will be eligible

Culminating Activity: Campers create, design and curate an art exhibition

Your art in our museum! artSLAM takes you behind the scenes at the Frick Art and Historical Center. Work alongside curators, artists, and educators to develop an exhibition that showcases your creativity. Make the art, write about it, organize and install the exhibition, and celebrate with a museum opening for your family and friends.



K.R.U.N.K. Mini-camps

Facilitated by: Gateway to the Arts

Camper Capacity: 30 at each site (120 total)

Location: Pittsburgh Brashear, Pittsburgh CAPA, Pittsburgh King, and Pittsburgh Peabody

Culminating Activity: Campers will perform their K.R.U.N.K. production at the end of the camp at the August Wilson Center

K.R.U.N.K mini-camps-If your dream is to be a hip hop musician, producer, dancer, or technician, the K.R.U.N.K. movement (Kreating Realistic Urban New-school Knowledge) will teach you what it takes and how to make it happen. You’ll learn about the music, how to make it, record it, dance to it, and you’ll have the chance to put it all on stage.



World Music and Dance

Facilitated by: Gateway to the Arts

Camper Capacity: 20

Location: Pittsburgh Peabody

Culminating Activity: Campers perform an original dance that they learn during the camp

The nomadic Romany people travelled from India to Europe, picking up the pulsating rhythms and unique instruments of the countries where they lived. Fluid arms, pounding feet, rapid rhythms, played on the Rabel, Oud, and Bazouki. Learn how to dance and play in the many moods of this spirited ancient people. If you love to move this class is for you!


NASA: Journey into Outer Space

Facilitated by: Mad Science of Pittsburgh

Camper Capacity: 320*

*Special Schedule Note: This camp will be offered two days each week in two sessions. 160 campers will participate in Session 1 each Monday and Wednesday and 160 campers will participate in Session 2 each Tuesday and Thursday. Campers will have the opportunity to choose a second exciting academic elective or workshop to be led by camp coordinators on the days they do not attend Mad Science.

Location: Pittsburgh Brashear

Culminating Activity: Culminating event includes all campers firing rockets made in camp

Join the quest for exploration from our Earth's atmosphere to the outer reaches of our universe. We'll create comets, discover planets, uncover stars and more! We'll explore the four forces of flight, the challenges of living in outer space and participate in a grand rocket launch!



Reading with Rumba and More

Facilitated by: Mercy Behavioral Health

Camper Capacity: 60

Location: Pittsburgh King

Culminating Activity: Culminating event is a dance recital and oral presentations

“Reading with Rumba and More” is a replication of the “Dancing Classrooms” program that is already popular in 6 of our elementary schools. When Reading meets Rumba lives will change. The integration of literacy, reading, writing, journaling, and book discussions with learning the tango, fox trot, swing, meringue, and electric slide can lead students to see the connection between thinking beyond what they normally see and hear, learn to appreciate differences, and gain from someone else’s experience in life. By infusing a literary curriculum with ballroom dancing students double the opportunity to experience growth in self-knowledge, self-respect, respect of others, social skills, communication, and just plain fun.



Art Activism! Youth Peace Rally

Facilitated by: MGR Foundation

Camper Capacity: 20 at each camp site (120 total)

Location: Each camp site

Culminating Activity: Campers participate in a peace rally

Tired of the violence in your schools and communities? This summer is your opportunity to take action and silence the violence. First, learn about Pittsburgh’s struggle for peace by reading stories about youth violence along with interviews with Pittsburgh peace activists. Then, create works of art, spoken word, raps, dances, and speeches to promote peace as you plan and lead the city-wide 2010 MGR Youth Peace Rally!



Youth Cycling: Positive Spin

Facilitated by: MGR Foundation

Camper Capacity: 40

Location: Off-site – Campers from Pittsburgh King and Pittsburgh CAPA will be eligible

Culminating Activity: Camp ends with a 60 mile bike ride to Ohiopyle State Park to camp overnight

Do you want to spend the summer outside with the sun at your back and a cool breeze across your face? In Positive Spin, you will explore Pittsburgh’s riverfronts on two wheels, learn bike safety and maintenance, become a bike advocate, and explore alternative forms of exercise like rock climbing, rowing, yoga, and break dancing. You will even get to build and keep your own bicycle! End the summer with an unforgettable journey: a day’s ride up the Youghiogheny River Trail with an overnight camping adventure!


Photography

Facilitated by: Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Camper Capacity: 15

Location: Pittsburgh Peabody

Culminating Activity: Campers create a gallery exhibition of their photographs to be placed on a C.D. or jump-drive

Find your creative side and discover your artist's eye through photography! In this program you'll learn how to operate a camera and how to use a variety of photographic tools and techniques that express your thoughts and feelings. We'll be getting down to basics so you’ll learn how to take better pictures while exploring your unique visions of family, friends, community, and the whole world that surrounds you.



Ceramic Mosaic

Facilitated by: Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Camper Capacity: 15

Location: Pittsburgh Peabody

Culminating Activity: Campers will create ceramic mosaics to demonstrate in an exhibit.

Join in on the mosaic madness and help create a large-scale public mosaic that will be around for centuries to come. You’ll also learn valuable marketing skills while creating your own sellable mosaic creations that include handmade ceramic tiles.



2-D Sampler

Facilitated by: Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Camper Capacity: 15

Location: Pittsburgh South Brook

Culminating Activity: Campers host an exhibition of their artwork

Tell your stories and interpret your world using a variety of 2D media and creative writing techniques. Drawing, painting and collage will combine with poetry, prose, songwriting and creative non-fiction to create rich and varied narrative visual works that document aspects of our own personal histories and experiences. Daily discussions and critiques as well as an end-of-program exhibition will be included as well.



By Hand: ECO ART Fashion Art

Facilitated by: Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Camper Capacity: 15

Location: Pittsburgh South Brook

Culminating Activity: Campers develop a runway show or photo installation of their Eco-friendly fashion

Are you a budding fashionista? Think Project Runway with a focus on the environment -- participate in a "green" fashion show. Embellish and make your own designs and accessories using recycled clothing, plastic bottles, shopping bags, and found objects. Old toys can become jewelry, stuffed animals can become a furry coat . . . . Learn new skills such as crocheting, hand-stitching, therma-bonding, and linking to create exciting pieces of clothing that all your friends will want to wear!



Fabric Fashion and Design

Facilitated by: Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Camper Capacity: 30

Location: Pittsburgh South Brook

Culminating Activity: Campers create their own unique clothing

Begin to take control of your own fashion sense and create what inspires you. Make your own fabric by employing a variety of decorating techniques. Bring out the old clothes that have been hiding in your closets for so long and freshen, alter and embellish them for a new look. Who knows? Your ideas may catch on… Whatever the case, you will be creating your own wonderful one-of-a-kind clothing!


Mosaic Storytelling in Glass

Facilitated by: Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Camper Capacity: 30

Location: Pittsburgh Peabody

Culminating Activity: Campers create glass mosaics for all to see

Come join us to learn the ancient form of mosaic art. Using colorful, tumbled glass, you will make your own mosaic creation to take home. Then we will work as a group to make a story window from one of your summer reading list books. Together we will create a beautiful and permanent stained glass mosaic window that you'll be able to show to your own children and grandchildren!



Portraits: A Multi-Media Exploration

Facilitated by: Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Camper Capacity: 15

Location: Pittsburgh Peabody

Culminating Activity: Campers create puppets to be displayed at exhibition

Are you interested in drawing people and faces? Would you like to practice and learn some new techniques? In this art program you will express yourself in a variety of materials and mediums as we explore portraiture. From 2-D to 3-D, with paper, metal and tile mosaic, we will create a variety of portraits from realistic to abstract and have a whole lot of fun along the way. The camp will culminate in a final exhibition displaying campers’ art.



Sketchbooks of Nature

Facilitated by: Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Camper Capacity: 30

Location: Pittsburgh South Brook

Culminating Activity: Campers build their own websites

Are you fascinated by stars or volcanoes or whales or bugs? Would you like to learn more about how everything in the Universe is connected--yourself included? If you'd like to explore nature through storytelling, writing and different kinds of art, this could be the class for you. Develop your relationship with the world around you in your own personal way, and participate with the rest of the class in designing a website to share your creativity.



Improvisation and the Creative Impulse

Facilitated by: Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Camper Capacity: 30

Location: Pittsburgh South Brook

Culminating Activity: Campers create murals and drumming performance compositions

Get ready to listen, observe, and react in a class that combines the energy of a drum ensemble with four parts at once, along with the voices of spontaneous soloists! Then see what happens when we collaborate on free-style mural projects. This unique class explores ways to be more adaptive, creative and inventive by using the principles of design through both music and art.



How Artists Get Ideas: Create Sculpture!

Facilitated by: Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Camper Capacity: 15

Location: Pittsburgh Peabody

Culminating Activity: Campers create and display sculptures

Sculpture: art that you can view from all sides. Meet famous Pittsburgh sculptors and experiment with fun!

How do artists get ideas to use wood, clay, wire, metal and other materials (even JUNK) to make fantastic objects? We will explore 3-dimensional design and different methods of fabrication, making small sculptures and models for very large pieces.




Eco-Warrior Camp

Facilitated by: Pennsylvania Resources Council

Camper Capacity: 25*

*Special Schedule Note: This activity will take place Monday – Thursday. Campers will be able to choose fun academic electives and workshops to participate in each Friday.

Location: Pittsburgh South Brook

Culminating Activity: Campers wrap up the Eco-Warrior experience by developing and implementing a service learning project

Eco-Warrior Camp offers campers an inspiring diversity of earth-centered activities investigating environmental themes and issues that are critical to the health and welfare of the planet and its inhabitants. Each week of Eco-Warrior Camp offers a combination of education, outdoor and indoor fun, and creative expression through related field trips, projects, art, service-learning, presentations by experts in the field, university visits, and journal writing. Other activities include hiking the watershed, organic gardening, composting, constructing and using a solar oven, making paper, creating recycled art, building and using a vermicompost bin, creating DIY non-toxic personal care products, eco-photography, and participating in the Recycled Olympics. Eco-Warriors will become enthusiastic, empowered community-minded individuals as they come to understand environmental issues and ways in which we can work together to effect positive change among individuals, the community and the planet. Through exploration of eco-friendly actions and lifestyle choices, campers will emerge as Earth stewards and informed, responsible citizens, ready to lead the charge toward a cleaner, healthier future. Campers will wrap up the Eco-Warrior experience by developing and implementing a service learning project.





Design For Success (D4S)

Facilitated by: University of Pittsburgh Learning, Research, and Development Center

Camper Capacity: 45

Location: Pittsburgh Obama (in the Reizenstein facility)

Culminating Activity: Campers design and build a useful product that could help others

Hey kids, don’t you hate it when you have an awesome idea but no one will listen to you? Well, if you’re the creative type or like to make things, solve challenging problems, or have a vast imagination, then Design for Success (aka D4S) is the right camp for you! At D4S you’ll learn how to think outside the box and design and build products that help people, such as an “acne detector" that signals you before a breakout, or an "object grabber” to help a physically challenged person do simple things that we take for granted, like picking up a bottle of Pepsi… or whatever YOU can think of. The possibilities are endless! Feeling excited yet? There’s still one more thing to do: sign-up. Space is limited so be the first to reserve a spot!



Pittsburgh Young Leaders Academy (PYLA): Summer Step Up!

Facilitated by: Pittsburgh Cares

Camper Capacity: 100

Location: Pittsburgh Obama (in the Reizenstein facility)

Culminating Activity: Campers showcase their accomplishments with a service reflection project

Do you want your voice to be heard? Would you like to explore and challenge your potential? Do you enjoy going on field trips? In a society that often overlooks the power of youth, Pittsburgh Young Leaders Academy (PYLA): Summer Step Up! will equip you with the training necessary to problem-solve, speak out, and take action. It will also help you to channel your leadership abilities and creative skills in productive ways. Pittsburgh Young Leaders Academy (PYLA): Summer Step Up! promises to be an experience you will never forget! Campers will have the opportunity to participate in fieldtrips, service projects, leadership development activities, along with many more great activities.



Musical Theatre: “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast”

Facilitated by: Pittsburgh CLO

Camper Capacity: 50

Location: Pittsburgh Brashear

Culminating Activity: Campers perform in the musical production of “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast”

Do you want to be a star on the stage? If you have an interest in singing, dancing and acting, have a passion for performance, and enjoy musical theater, the Pittsburgh CLO has the perfect summer camp for you! Experience professional musical theater training as you learn, rehearse and perform one of the most beloved musicals of all time: "Disney's Beauty and the Beast".



Design, Explore, Create (Camp DEC)

Facilitated by: Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation

Camper Capacity: 20

Location: Pittsburgh CAPA

Culminating Activity: Campers present their ideas to City Council representatives and professionals for making downtown more kid-friendly.

Would you like to explore the downtown Pittsburgh area on foot, by kayak, bike, incline, and bus? Are you interested in how buildings are designed and constructed and in improving our city? If so, sign up for Camp DEC (Design, Explore Create). You'll strengthen your reading, drawing, and design skills; explore skyscrapers, green spaces, and historic landmarks; develop creative ideas for making our city better; and become familiar with the professions of architecture, interior design, construction, engineering, city planning, and historic preservation.



Go Wild!

Facilitated by: Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium

Camper Capacity: 100*

*Special Scheduling note: There are two-12-day sessions for this program. 50 campers will participate in each session and will choose a second academic elective or workshop to explore for the second half of the camp.

Location: Off-site – Campers from Pittsburgh Peabody will be eligible.

Culminating Activity: At the end of the program, campers will have a journal with drawings and writing entries to share with friends and family

You can GO WILD this summer as you spend each afternoon at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, meeting African lions, polar bears, sand tiger sharks, stingrays, African elephants, and some of the cutest — though still very WILD — African painted dogs on the planet. You will talk to the keepers who will tell you how much these animals eat each day, how big they grow to be, what their WILD habitat is like and the threats the animals face there. So, sign up for afternoons at the Zoo. And GO WILD!



Exploring Theatre

Facilitated by: Saltworks Theatre

Camper Capacity: 50

Location: Pittsburgh Peabody

Culminating Activity: Campers participate in a the performance of "Us & Them"

Students will have a ton of fun as they explore literary works and learn life skills through theater classes. Campers will learn valuable study skills and confidence in front of an audience through basic acting. Learn monologues, work in a small group to develop scenes and finally rehearse a play to perform the last week of camp. If you like to play and are willing to try new things in a safe environment, this is the place for you.






Joy of Arts

Facilitated by: Sarah Heinz House Boys & Girls Club

Camper Capacity: 42

Location: Off-site at the Sarah Heinz House – Campers at Pittsburgh King will be eligible

Culminating Activity: Campers demonstrate hip hop dances, art installations, and original music creations at the final "An Art Explosion" event

Love to dance? Are you creative? Does music fill your soul? Join us in our state-of-the-art facility at the Sarah Heinz House Boys & Girls Club to improve your skills and have a ton of fun. Choose dance - ballet, hip hop, and jazz, art - graphic design, sculpture, and installation art, or music - make your own CD's, form a band, learn how to make your own beat. Learn new skills, fine tune your talents and get on your way to reaching your dreams!



Pittsburgh Youth Radio Corps

Facilitated by: Saturday Light Brigade

Camper Capacity: 24

Location: Off-site – Campers from Pittsburgh King will be eligible

Culminating Activity: In the end, campers will capture oral histories of community members to be shared in broadcasts and "Storyboxes"

Sharpen your speaking, listening, writing and reading skills by becoming a member of the Pittsburgh Youth Radio Corps. Students will work in the professional broadcast and recording studios of The Saturday Light Brigade, a national award-winning radio program syndicated to six stations in Pennsylvania and Ohio. SLB staff will provide instruction encouraging core literacy skills, self-expression, creative thinking, and audio production. Student projects will be distributed by broadcast, CD and Internet.



Fencing

Facilitated by: Three Rivers Fencing

Camper Capacity: 36

Location: Pittsburgh South Brook

Culminating Activity: Scenes from literature will be acted out each week and a final research report on the history of fencing will be created

Discover why fencing is one of the USA's fastest growing sports! Sometimes called physical chess, fencing combines power, finesse, strategy, speed and balance to form an exhilarating sport that is enjoyable for a lifetime. Try this Modern Olympic sport, and see what the buzz is about!



Adventures in Rowing

Facilitated by: Three Rivers Rowing

Camper Capacity: 40

Location: Off-site – Campers from Pittsburgh CAPA will be eligible

Culminating Activity: At the end of five weeks, campers will have mastered three types of rowing

No Experience Necessary! Learn to Row, Dragon Boat and Kayak all in five weeks! All three sports are loved by colleges and can even earn you scholarships. They offer great exercise that is also fun and you will meet new friends. You don’t even need to know how to swim to get a new experience on Pittsburgh’s rivers!



Build Your A Game: Video Game Creation

Facilitated by: Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh

Camper Capacity: 100

Location: Pittsburgh Brashear

Culminating Activity: Campers will present the video games they’ve created to parents and camp guests

Do you love playing video games? Have you ever wondered what it takes to actually make a video game? And did you know that many popular games and attractions have been developed right here in Pittsburgh? At “Build Your ‘A’ Game,” you can stop wondering and come spend your summer making video games! In our introductory game development course, you will learn real world practical skills that involve teamwork, storytelling, role playing, making real time choices as well as other aspects of video game making. On your path to becoming a video game developer, you will team-up with other campers and work with local game-making professionals to create your own computer game. Your team will be guided through every step of the game creation process - from coming up with the storyline to publishing it. And, you’ll get to see up close how real game studios do the same thing right here in your own city! Pittsburgh is a great city for video game development, and this camp is a great opportunity to learn about the local industry. At the end of your learning adventure, your game will be published online for all your friends and family to play. How cool is that?!



Venture Outdoors - Biking, Kayaking, Fishing, and Climbing in Pittsburgh

Facilitated by: Venture Outdoors

Camper Capacity: 100

Location: Off-site – Campers from Pittsburgh King will be eligible

Culminating Activity: Campers' culminating event will be leading a group of students in an activity

Venture Outdoors wants to get you outside to explore and learn about some of the great outdoor recreational activities Pittsburgh has to offer. We'll explore the city by bike, kayak and foot. Each week will be a new adventure as you paddle and fish the rivers, bike the trails, climb a rock wall, and hike to hidden treasures using GPS technology. It’s okay if you’ve never tried some or all of these activities—by the end of five weeks, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to show your friends how to get outside too! Discover new sights, new ideas about your world, and new skills within beautiful destinations close to home. All gear and instruction provided by trained leaders.



Health Smart

Facilitated by: Wireless Neighborhoods

Camper Capacity: 100*

*Special Scheduling Note: Campers will rotate between 5 activities sponsored by Wireless Neighborhoods, Bloomfield Garfield Corporation, Centre Avenue and Hazelwood YMCA branches, Eastminster Church, Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center, and Kingsley Association. Campers will participate in a different activity each week and will spend two weeks off-site with the Kingsley Association and Eastminster Church.

Location: Pittsburgh Peabody and off-site locations

Culminating Activity: Campers create journals and portfolios of the experience

Health Smart, a camp for 100 East End middle school students, will be set up in five separate stations, with each partner delivering a one-week health experience for the children. Students will spend their summer participating in physical fitness activities, playing different sports, swimming, learning healthy eating habits and exploring careers in health. The program helps young people build healthy habits and healthy decision-making practices in very fun, interactive ways.



Summer Performing Arts

Facilitated by: Youth Enrichment Services, Inc.

Camper Capacity: 20

Location: Pittsburgh Obama (in the Reizenstein facility)

Culminating Activity: In a culminating activity campers will do a 3-5 minute analysis of a play, poem, or short story

Youth Enrichment Services, Inc. will provide campers with an innovative and creative approach to an educational summer camp by using the performing arts to increase literacy. The students’ experience will be unique, thrilling, and theatrical.

4 comments:

laurie said...

Thanks for the heads up!

anon1 said...

Circumstances seem to have altered the original concepts for the camps more than a little. Stimulus dollars redirected and restrictions placed on how what remains. No doubt each option will have participants and it is still critical to convince ALL eligible kids to participate.

There will be at least one more summer beyond this one where camps will be supported by stimulus dollars. Put your thinking caps back on service providers.

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