21st CCLCSummer Day Camp
The Bridge Downeast offers a 21st Century Community Learning Center Summer Day Camp during July. Many students struggle to retain information learned during the school year. Our camp offers a way for students to continue to develop academic understanding while outside of the classroom. Campers go on weekly field trips, participate in art activities and STEM enrichment, and build friendships along the way.
The Summer Camp is held at The Bridge Downeast’s Ramsey Center from the first week of July until the last week of July, Monday through Thursday, 9am-4pm. This year it will be from July 6th, 2021 through July 29th, 2021. The program is open to incoming kindergarten through 8th graders. Students will be provided with lunch and an afternoon snack. Transportation to and from the program will be provided on a first come first served basis.
Registration will be available in the spring of 2021. Watch our Facebook Page for more information.
activitiesreasons to join us this summer
Studies show that outdoor activities and physical sports are key to student development. The Bridge Downeast Summer Camp provides tons of indoor and outdoor activities throughout the summer.
Rising kindergarten through rising 8th Graders
special events &
Cape Lookout National Seashore, the movies, Atlantic Beach Splash Pad, Shevan's Park, Chik-fil-a for Cow Appreciation Day, just to name a few of our field trips. We even had some of the players of the Morehead Marlins come out and spend the day with us.
past camps2019 Summer camp
Early July had the middle school students visiting the Cape Lookout National Seashore where they learned about natural wildlife, habitats, heritage and a whole lot more.
All of the experiences over the summer were varied and aimed at developing a passion for learning. Academic activities took place every day and were designed to prevent summer learning loss and bolster interest in literacy, math, and science.
Enrichment opportunities were plentiful during the summer of 2019 and helped to expand and support the student’s vision of the world.
Students learned about culture and history during visits to local museums and parks. Field trips with community agencies such as NC Coastal Federation increased the students’ understanding of the environment. All students also participated in weekly recreational activities aimed at promoting physical and experiential growth.
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For more information and to register for upcoming programs, please fill out the form or contact Caroline Garrison, our Program Director at [email protected].