Access to and participation in summer programs can combat summer learning loss and provide enriching opportunities, which helps children succeed and thrive in and out of the classroom. Planning for children’s out of school care now is more important than ever. 

Our community summer learning partners focus on the social-emotional needs of the whole child as well as learning recovery each year. Collaboration amongst the school districts and community organizations will continue to ensure our youth have quality experiences and support during the summer months. This alignment sets the community up for more equitable opportunities. Our efforts to change the long-term effects of summer learning loss, in addition to the pandemic, begins now.  

This year, there are several opportunities for students to engage in fun experiences, build relationships with peers and caring adults, and receive literacy support!  Schools and community organizations will offer a variety of summer camps and programs across our community. Parents and caregivers can find more information about summer programs by visiting 211 and entering keywords “Day Camps”.