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Summer Camp Program


Childcare Network’s Adventure Summer Camp Program is designed to provide a fun and exciting environment for your child, while continuing to help them explore and discover the world around them.  While at our kid's day camp your child will have the opportunity to participate in different weekly themes with engaging activities, educational field trips and projects with their friends.


Themed Summer Camp Curriculum

 

Our trained teachers work together to develop our Summer Camp Curriculum to highlight all of the entertainment summertime has to offer.  The campers can be found playing sports, cooking food, and enriching their knowledge of the local community by exploring parks, zoos, museums, aquariums, and farms.  They will stretch their creative minds through arts, crafts, music, and play, all while continuing their educational journey through reading, math, and science.


Below are the themes for our 2014 Adventure Summer Camp.  So what are you waiting for?  Sign your child up for a summer to remember!

 

 

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Safe Summer Camp Transportation

 

Our schools are focused on safety with the children every day that they are in our care. This goes beyond the classroom and into our transportation safety as well. Every Childcare Network driver completes a comprehensive driver training program before transporting the children to and from school.  Each bus is equipped with child scan technology, which ensures that all children properly exit the bus.  We want to ensure you that your children are in the safest care when they are at Childcare Network.


Summer Camp Comparison Checklist

 

For a Checklist of Safety Components and other Important Factors to look for when touring potential summer camps, click here.



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