Mother Nature might have taken Water Play a bit too literally this week! Even so, the CLC Campers enjoyed going to the beach, the pool and Eagle Lake Park where they got to see turtles and all sorts of critters that live near and in lakes!
Bowling turned out to be a big hit when storms in the area canceled an extra day at the pool! (We always keep it safe and fun!)
Next week is Mystery Week! Parents: Be sure and check your envelopes so that you get the clues to a week filled with fun and surprises! But keep it a secret!
This week the Community Learning Center Academy campers got to experience marine animals and other lifeforms up close and personal including a trip to the Tarpon Springs Aquarium and the Florida Aquarium in Tampa.
They also got to experience some of those animals firsthand when they went to the beach!
Next week is Zoo Animals and the students will take trips to Big Cat Rescue and Lowry Park Zoo!
Jen NickersonMarine Biology Week at Summer Camp a Big Hit!
Summer Camp has officially started with Art Week. Over the past few days the CLC Campers did many art projects, including going to Art from the Heart Cafe and painting on ceramics for Father’s Day gifts.
The students also made their own t-shirts, sun catchers and clay creations!
In addition to all of this, they also went to the local swimming pool and had a blast! (Swimming is a weekly occurrence during Summer Camp!)
Next week is Games Week! The CLC Campers will be going bowling, miniature golfing and playing a variety of games at the center.
Jen NickersonSummer Camp is Off to a Great Start with Art Week!
Thank you to Jeff at Guardian Fire Services for services our fire extinguishers! Jeff has been taking care of our fire extinguishers for years! He offers timely, quality and efficient service to help ensure that safety of our students!
Huge shout out to Konica Minolta for donating a copier to Community Learning Center! Their generous donation will allow us to serve even more students in the local community!
Our old printer was on its last leg and Konica Minolta came to the rescue!
Not only do we use our printer for student materials, but we also use the printer to make promotional materials so that we can reach even more students that need our free and low-cost education services in the local community.
Special thanks to Joy Gendusa, CEO and founder of Postcard Mania for helping to make this all possible!