11 Weeks of Summer Camps Engage Children With Hands-On LearningPosted on June 18, 2020
Johnstown, PA (June 5, 2020) – It has been months since schools and many businesses closed their doors due to COVID-19. With Cambria and Somerset counties moving to the green phase, parents of younger children may once again need a plan to care for their children while they work. The Learning Lamp offers a great option — 11 weeks of exciting, engaging summer programs for preschoolers and school-age children.
The Learning Lamp’s preschool summer camps for ages 3, 4, and 5 are half-day sessions designed and taught by certified teachers in early childhood education. Parents will find age-appropriate themes like Messy Masterpieces, Jurassic Journey, Water World and Construction Junction. Camps meet Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to noon in Richland, Westmont, Jennerstown and Somerset. No matter where your child goes to preschool or kindergarten, The Learning Lamp’s preschool summer camps are a great way to keep them engaged in hands-on learning activities all summer long. Tuition is $60 per week, with extended child care available.
For students entering grades 1 to 5, school-age summer camps feature fun, educational, hands-on-learning with a twist. Camp themes include Under the Big Top, Color Blast, Camp Construction and Incredible Inventions. Camp meets Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Richland, Westmont, Ebensburg, Jennerstown, and Somerset. Choose from a 3, 4 or 5-day plan. Tuition varies depending on location, and extended-day child care is available from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. or 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. depending on location. Spots fill up quickly. Register today!
For more information about The Learning Lamp’s 2020 summer camps, visit thelearninglamp.org. Parents can register for preschool and school-age summer camps by calling The Learning Lamp at 814-262-0732 extension 243.
The Learning Lamp is a nonprofit organization with a mission to engage all children in the support they need to succeed. We deliver high quality programs that are affordable and accessible to families of all income levels. In 2019, The Learning Lamp served 31,329 youth/adults from 53 public school districts and 78 other schools and organizations in 19 Pennsylvania counties.
Our programs include: one-to-one tutoring; before/after school programs; portable classrooms aimed at building math and science skills; alternative education programs for at-risk students; evidence-based prevention programs; online learning and credit recovery; SAT preparation; educationally-focused child care; literacy-based preschool programs; and grant writing and project consulting for schools.