BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We continue to receive updates from organizations county-wide about their summer camp offerings. We will eventually compile this into a list, but for now, here’s the latest from Palm Beach County Schools:
(From Palm Beach County School District:) Parents should make plans now to enroll their children in summer camp programs sponsored by the District’s Department of Afterschool Programming. Enrollment for summer camp is now open for children ages 5-12 at over 50 district elementary school sites throughout the County.
Campers will participate in many exciting activities, academic enrichment, field trips and much more. All programs are supervised by staff trained in First Aid/CPR and “Positive Ways for Working with Children”.
To locate a camp, the Summer Camp Directory may be viewed on the District’s Public Affairs website as well as the Afterschool Programming website at:
A convenient payment process is available online. To pay summer camp fees online, parents may click the following link and select the school of choice.
Many camps start as early as June 11 and run through at least the first week of August but timeframes do vary so families are encouraged to refer to the directory. Additional questions can be addressed at individual camp locations by the contact person listed in the Summer Camp Directory
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