Dallas ISD is offering a free summer learning experience to students that, if offered by another provider, would likely cost families at least $300.
“This is an outstanding opportunity for students that won’t cost their parents a penny,” said Sharla Hudspeth, executive director for Dallas ISD Extracurricular and Extended Learning Opportunities.
The PreK–8 Summer Cool Camp is designed to meet the needs of the whole child. Students will experience a full day of activities, ranging from fun hands-on learning to various extracurricular activities. Transportation, breakfast, lunch and participation incentives will be provided to students.
Students who are eligible for the camp, which will be offered at 82 different Dallas ISD schools, will be contacted by their home campus. The camp is 8 a.m.–4 p.m. on June 22–24 and June 28–July 1.
Meanwhile, Dallas ISD is again partnering with Big Thought and the City of Dallas for Dallas City of Learning, an online directory of low to no-cost activities for youth of all ages. The opportunities include activities such as theatre, dance, band, sports and STEM. Visit www.dallascityoflearning.org to learn more!