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Believe in your ability to make a difference with hope, education, and action!
June 13 – July 29, 2022
For summer scholars entering PK2* through 7th grade
*MUST BE FULLY POTTY-TRAINED
June 13 - 17 Week 1: Believe in yourself
June 20 - 24 Week 2: Believe in your family
June 27 - July 1 Week 3: Believe in your school
July 11 - 15 Week 4: Believe in your communities (yours and SPSCC)
July 18 - 22 Week 5: Believe in our country
July 25 - 29 Week 6: Believe in our world
Weekly activities include:
Reading Sessions – AB Curriculum This activity is age- and grade appropriate for all readers. This will include a variety of books and activities related to the book to help students make connections to people, places and concepts.
D.E.A.R. Time - Drop Everything and Read! This is a special reading celebration to remind and encourage scholars to make reading a daily priority. The goal is to make reading a regular part of our scholar’s routine. Scholars choose a book of interest and read independently for 15 minutes.
Financial Literacy - Earn, Spend, Save, Invest, and Give! This activity works to teach youth about making the most of their money. Students learn how to earn, spend, save, invest, and give. By laying a foundation of financial knowledge as early as possible, students will understand how to use the language of finance to make decisions involving bigger concepts like risk vs. return.
STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math This activity works to teach youth to make conscious decisions regarding their academic studies with emphasis placed on analytical thinking, problem solving and critical thinking. Exploration and experimentation within the STEM curriculum facilitate an appreciation for specific activities that are part of their everyday lives.
Create That - Dance, Drama, Music, Poetry, Film, Photography, Paintings and Arts & Crafts! This activity works to teach youth the appreciation of "the arts". This program will teach youth how to express themselves in the different types of arts such as dance, drama, music, poetry, film, photography, sculpture, painting, arts and crafts. The program's goal is to help youth discover their God-given talent to create a vision or atmosphere for others.
Imagine This - Volunteering, Service learning, College & Career exploration, and Entrepreneurship! This activity is designed to teach youth about the various opportunities available to them in pursuit of college, careers and entrepreneurship. Professionals from diverse career fields will make presentations to spark student interests. This also includes scouting programs for boys and girls, as well as serving in the food pantry, garden and greenhouse.
Exercise - Camps and Clinics. This activity is designed to keep our scholars physically fit. There will be a variety of activities available to teach scholars about the history, rules, strategies and sportsmanship of a menu of sports.