Learning doesn't stop when the school year ends. In fact, summer learning is essential to help students maintain their academic abilities. Summer Day Camp at Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center gives students the opportunity to:
Summer Day Camp offers extended care hours with drop off starting at 6:30 a.m., and pick up required by 5:45 p.m., Monday-Friday. Breakfast and lunch are provided daily and dinner is provided Monday-Thursday with the generous support of Second Helpings.
Generous support from donors and sliding scale fees keep costs manageable for families.
The middle-school years are some of the most vital in a child's life - a time when decisions are made that impact the life of a student in pivotal ways. During these years children choose their own friends, develop attitudes about school, and start thinking about what they will stand for, and what they will stand against.
An extension of Summer Day Camp, the LEADERS program gives students ages 11-14 the opportunity to more deeply explore potential career and college options. In addition to the more traditional summer day camp activities, students will:
If you have questions about the LEADERS program of Summer Day Camp, please contact Sheuna Higgins by email or call her at 317.639.6106 ext 212.