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Spots Still Available in SuperKids Camp

1SuperkidsBaltimore, Md. – SuperKids Camp, a program of the Parks & People Foundation, still has spots available in its six week session being held June 27 – August 5. SuperKids is open to any Baltimore City public school student entering 2nd, 3rd or 4th grade. The cost is just $60 per child and there are nine convenient locations at schools and community centers throughout Baltimore City. Camp runs from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and includes free transportation, breakfast and lunch.

The goal of SuperKids Camp is to combat summer learning loss among City school students. SuperKids campers receive intensive reading and math instruction while participating in a variety of enrichment activities. Through partnerships with more than 20 local cultural, educational and recreational institutions, camp participants enjoy stimulating activities including sailing, performing arts, science, music, drama and swimming. SuperKids Camp is an excellent opportunity for children to experience the joy of learning while having fun during the summer months. As an added bonus, all students receive free breakfast, lunch and transportation to and from camp.

Registering for SuperKids is easy. Register in person at the Parks & People Foundation’s offices at 800 Wyman Park Drive, Suite 010 in Baltimore weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. or online at www.parksandpeople.org. For more information, call Parks & People at (410) 448-5663.  

WHAT: SuperKids Camp

WHEN: June 27 – August 05, 2011

WHERE: Locations throughout Baltimore City

COST: $60 per child (Money order only when registering by mail or in person. Credit card only for online registration).

TO REGISTER:

In person: Parks & People Foundation
800 Wyman Park Dr., Suite 010
Baltimore

Online: www.parksandpeople.org

CONTACT: Kiera Douglas 410-448-5663 x100

Since 1984, Parks & People Foundation has worked to improve the quality of life in Baltimore’s neighborhoods, developing innovative solutions for restoration of natural resources and the academic enrichment and motivation of the city’s children.

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