SUMMER 2021 Adventures in Learning Summer Camps
Running now through August 20th, Klamath Falls City School is offering 45 different free and fun Summer Camps for kids in Klamath County for grades K-12.(priority to KFCS students and families)
Sport Camps include: track, tennis, martial arts, athletic condition, weight training, baseball, basketball, softball, volleyball, soccer, cheer camp, football, wrestling, volleyball, swimming, and Mt. biking and repair.
Enrichment camps include: ELA and Science, IMTC internships, Philosophy, exploring art, exploring historical Klamath Falls, creative writing, DECA boot camp, digital media, learning to play ukulele in the commons park, cooking for families, transitioning into 9th grade through art (zip line adventure included), robotics and coding, equine assisted activities (horses included), Klamath Film fellowships, photography and scrapbooking, Day Dreamers film, Ross Ragland Theatre for youth including little sprouts camp, Spanish language and culture immersion, theatre set building, orchestra, elementary music, wilderness skills for beginners (back packing into Sky Lakes Wilderness included) advanced media, and marching band.
Included in these enrichment camps are elective credit and credit recovery options for high school students.
City Schools in Klamath Falls are partnering with KFCS teachers, 21st CCLC after school program, Federal programs, and community organizations which include: Solid Ground Equine Assisted Activities and Therapy Center, Klamath Film, RRT, Zach’s bikes, Ninja biking, Roe Outfitters, YMCA, Oregon Tech, KCC, Downtown Music Store, OSU extension, In A Landscape, and Mt. Shasta Taiko Drummers.
“We hope that there will be something for every everyone”, shares Gayle Yamasaki one of summer school co-coordinators.
In addition to our enrichment camps we will hold an EK-8 summer sessions in the mornings from July 12th – 30th, KLC June 14th – July 23rd for online credit recovery, KUHS credit recovery English camps and Math in Geometry and Algebra 1, Migrant and SPED summer sessions.
Our kids will have opportunities from June 14th to August 20th. They are free to enroll in as many programs as they want for free. “We have built it and we want them to come”, states, Yamasaki.
We are giving kids opportunities to participate in programs that are often not accessible because of economics. Through funding from Oregon Department of Education we are able to offer free to our students these learning opportunities and camps, and so much more. “Please share this with families with children and help us recruit”, states, Dan Stearns, summer school co-coordinator.
Online registration is available at http://www.kfalls.k12.or.us
Enrollments are limited in each camp so enroll early and often! You are not limited to the number of camps you can enroll into. Enrollment is required and families will be notified when their child has been accepted into a camp with any other details specific to their camp participation.
“We want to give a special thanks to everyone who has worked with us to make these camps free and possible for our children this summer”, states, Yamasaki and Stearns.