The local summer camp is often considered a large-volume camp and originally canceled all registrations for this summer. Now, they’re debuting in-person, modified mini camps.
The team’s seventh annual summer reading program has kicked off virtually, with seven DMV-based libraries participating, and the return of Sean Dolittle as the program’s ambassador.
From twice-weekly, in-person learning to virtual lessons, this is what the 2020-2021 school year is expected to look like in Northern Virginia.
With over 100 activities for kids already on the website, the Sandbox will continue to evolve as a resource for parents this summer.
The middle school camp has transitioned its non-traditional summer camp curriculum to virtual experiences, without sacrificing social interaction or hands-on activities.
Ileana Rios of Beech Tree Elementary School, a veteran educator for over 18 years, shares why it’s important to keep your students engaged and enriched throughout the summer.