West Orange-Cove CISD is excited to announce our first annual Summer Stampede Kids Camp for all students entering grades 1-6. Summer Stampede provides a fun learning atmosphere where students enjoy activities that minimize the learning gap created during the COVID-19 school closures. The Summer Stampede will be four weeks of fun-filled educational experiences for mustangs entering grades 1-6. The 2021 Summer Stampede is comprised of two camps, each lasting two instructional weeks. The first camp focuses on Math and Science, while the second camp focuses on Reading and Language Arts. Each camp is designed to allow students to explore their learning style through hands-on activities and field trips.
“We are excited to offer an innovative, face-to-face learning environment this summer for our students to learn and explore,” said Ashton Knox, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, in a statement. “The 2020-2021 school year brought difficult for many students, and we want to ensure that we are providing all the additional support our students need to transition to the next grade level successfully.”
The camp will run June 21-July 1 and July 12-22, Monday through Thursday from 8:30 to 12:30.
There is a $10 registration fee per camp. We will provide breakfast and lunch, transportation, field trips, and a camp t-shirt.
Registration is now open for WOCCISD elementary school students on the school district’s website at www.WOCCISD.net. Additionally, the link can be found on the district’s Facebook page. May 21 is the deadline to sign up for the summer program.