|Who||Students currently enrolled in pre-k to grade 5|
|What||Students explore art forms — from illustration to spoken word to percussion to drama and dance — and polish reading and math skills in classes taught by a teacher and an artist. Breakfast and lunch are served. Transportation is not provided. Read more at the website of Young Audiences of Maryland , the program provider.|
|When||July 9 to August 10, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., with aftercare available until 6:00 p.m.|
|Where?||Commodore John Rodgers Elementary/Middle School*
Dorothy I. Height Elementary School
Edgecombe Circle Elementary School
Gardenville Elementary School*
Lakeland Elementary/Middle School*
Lyndhurst Elementary School*
Steuart Hill Academic Academy
Sinclair Lane Elementary School
* Students currently enrolled in pre-k can only attend the program at these schools
|How?||Registration is open!|
Additional FAQ Information:
- Students who miss more than three program days will lose their spot in the program and be replaced by a student on the waitlist.
- In general, transportation is not provided. For Extended School Year (ESY) students with special needs, transportation may be provided.
- We partner with Smart Steps Children’s Centers, a certified childcare program, to provide aftercare from 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM each day. There is a separate application to participate in aftercare. Please note that there is a $20 non-refundable registration fee for aftercare (including those who qualify for a childcare voucher) and the cost of the program is $75/week. http://www.smartstepschildrenscenters.com/Summer-Camp-2018.html
- After completing the application, it will typically take 2-4 weeks to hear back from us regarding your student’s status. Students will be mailed an acceptance letter through USPS asking for a parent or guardian to call our office at 410-837-7577 ext. 111 to confirm that they will be accepting the spot. Spots are not confirmed until someone on our staff speaks directly with the parent/guardian.
Loyola Clinical Centers
For reading, the program from which we have seen the best outcomes is the tutoring through the Loyola Clinical Centers. One on one and small group tutoring are available and priced on sliding scale depending on parental income levels. LCC also offers an excellent reading focused summer program. If parents are interested in the summer program, please let them know that enrollment starts in February. They need to enroll early in order to secure a spot in the program. Here is the link which you can use during your conference to allow parents to complete the first step in the enrollment process:
Baltimore City Parks & Recreation
Academic Enrichment Camp
Academic Enrichment Summer Camp provides activities to promote your child’s physical, social and intellectual growth. Activities include enviro-nature, life skills, healthy choices and experiments to provide hands-on learning opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Fun educational games and competitions keep kids learning and having fun in the process. D.E.A.R. (drop everything & read) keeps kids reading all summer. Fitness, sports, swimming, crafts, special events and trips create a well-balanced camp program and a summer of fun and lasting memories.
REGISTER ONLINE AT https://baltimorecityrecandparks.org/
ALL FEES MUST BE PAID BY JUNE 9.
Cost: FREE for City residents, $150 for trips. $400 for non-city residents, including trips.
Jun 19 – Aug 25 Mon-Fri 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.