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The Summer Learning Program is fun and educational integrating reading, science, technology, art, and math in an interdisciplinary approach to combat summer learning loss.

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Creating Success Education Center Summer Learning Programs

The full-day camps will include the following themes: Bubble Festival, Mega Sports, STEAM Wonder Lab, Cubelets Coding and Robotics, Creativity Central, and Center Stage Drama.


The camps will be educational integrating reading, science, technology, art, and math in an interdisciplinary approach to combat summer learning loss.

The Summer Learning Program is sponsored by Triangle North Healthcare Foundation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What will my child be doing during the day?

Your student will be engaged in themed programming each day. Each camp will also include a weekly field trip.

Will my child receive academic support/tutoring?

Yes! Our primary goal is to ensure that students do not fall behind academically during the summer. We are here to combat summer learning loss. Your child will be assessed at the beginning and end of the program to evaluate progress. We will work with you and your child to set individualized reading and math goals.

What extracurricular activities are available?

The following activities are available: • Code Combat - students will learn how to code using python and javascript) • Code.org - students will learn computer science fundamentals) • The Walking Classroom – students take 20 minute walks outside while listening to a student-friendly educational podcast. Each podcast includes a health literacy message, character value, and ageappropriate educational content. • Outdoor classroom and community garden - students can enjoy outdoor play in our outdoor learning environment • Xbox gaming station – at the end of the day students can enjoy 30 minutes of game time at our Xbox game station

Does my child have to stay all day?

No, your child can be dropped off at any time during the day and picked up at any time. The registration fee applies regardless of how long the student is on site.

Are cell phones allowed?

Each student will be assigned a “cubby” basket to hold personal items. Students will not be permitted to use their cell phone on a regular basis during the day.

Are meals provided?

Yes! Nutritionally adequate breakfast, lunch, and snacks are provided each day. You are welcome to bring additional items to eat. Please make sure all meals are labeled with your student’s name.

Are computers provided?

Yes! We have computers and headphones available on site.


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