Our summer camp programming capacities will be limited and children will be grouped into cohorts of 15. Only walking field trips will occur this summer and will require additional permission. As of now, masks will be required–if that changes due to updated health guidelines, we will be sure to notify all families.
This summer our focus will be to have as much outdoor programming as weather permits, given the amount of time students have been indoors and on screens.
We know that children thrive with a plan for their day. We will offer a schedule that provides students a lively, active environment to engage a variety of experiences, including visual and performing arts, sports and Field Days, science, cultural exploration, and student-led activities.These activities will be infused with Social Emotional Academic Learning (SEAL) and student-focused relationship and community building.
Programming for 3-4 year olds will be provided at Bill Roberts, McKinley Thatcher and Valdez.
Families can select one day at a time, don’t have to pay by the week for days you don’t need. Families can remove days you end up not needing and have a credit on your account. Days must be removed from the calendar 24 hours in advance to receive a credit.
June 1-July 30 (No camp on July 5th)
6:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. at fee based sites (including ECE)–Centennial, Bill Roberts, McKinley Thatcher, Valdez, Willow, Slavens, Bromwell, Lowry, Steele
8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at grant funded sites –DCIS Fairmont, Ellis, Cowell, Kaiser
$40 per day (=$3.48 per hour of available care); grant-funded sites are free to kids in those communities
Inquire about financial assistance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for summer programming opens on Monday, Feb. 8.
Bill Roberts (& ECE)
McKinley Thatcher (& ECE)
Valdez (& ECE)
**Grant-Funded = Free to kids in the community