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Summer Literacy

2014 Summer Learning Camps
Register by May 16, 2014

The Keewatin-Patricia District School Board is offering Summer Learning Camps to students currently in SK or Grades 1, 2 and 3 during the summer of 2014.  The research-based programs will run from July 14 to August 1, 2014, from 8:30am to 1:30pm (Monday to Friday).

Why Enrol Your Child in the Summer Learning Camps?

  • Build Literacy/Numeracy/Social and Other Learning Skills
  • Daily Fun Physical Activity
  • Healthy Snacks and Lunch Provided
  • Fun Games & Activities
  • A Qualified Teacher and Summer Student Run Each Camp
  • Small Class Sizes









The Summer Learning Camps are being offered at:

Evergreen Public School in Kenora (students currently registered at any KPDSB school in the Kenora area can register for the program at Evergreen)

New Prospect Public School in Dryden (students currently registered at any KPDSB school in the Dryden and Vermilion Bay areas can register for the program at New Prospect)

Ear Falls Public School in Ear Falls (students currently registered at any KPDSB school in the Ear Falls and Red Lake areas can register for the program in Ear Falls)

* Transportation to and from the Summer Learning Camps is the responsibility of the parent/guardian. 

The summer camps support students in a variety of ways: 

  • The camps support primary level students in maintaining their literacy or numeracy achievement levels during the summer months.
  • The camps are led by qualified teachers who will be providing students with a balanced day of academics and recreation.
  • Students benefit from the small class sizes.  Camps will have a        maximum of 20 students.  Students will be selected based on academic need first followed by availability of spots based on a first come, first served basis.  All students who apply will be given notification as to whether they have been accepted to the program by May 30th, 2014.
  • Students are required to attend every day in order to be most beneficial in skill development.