FREE Summer of Fun 2021 Programs and Resources
- COVID-19 Health and Safety Strategies Summer 2021 Click Here
- List of Building Leaders and Contact for K-7 Summer Learning Camp Click Here
- COVID 19 RESOURCES Upcoming School Vaccinations Click Here
- Emergency Contact Information Form and what students need for Summer Program. Click here English and Spanish
FREE Weekend All-Day Summer Camp For Families
Starting July 24th until August 22, 2021 The YMCA Camp Mt. Laurel, 2705 Downes Road, Hamden, CT. NHPS students and families are invited to an all-day summer camp on Saturdays and Sundays. Enjoy swimming activities, arts and crafts, family hikes, nature exploration, wall climbing, ziplining, and more. Location: The YMCA Camp Mt. Laurel, 2705 Downes Road, Hamden, CT. Transportation by bus is provided, and students under the age of 12 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
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Click Here for Permission Form *RequiredGovernor Lamont announced the CT Summer at the Museum Program.All children under 18 and one accompanying adult will receive free admission to over 90 museums throughout the state if they are a CT resident from July 1, 2021 - September 6, 2021.
SORRY PROGRAM IS FULL FREE SUMMER PROGRAM for children ages 4-6. Troup FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER.
The Boys and Girls Club of New Haven
The Boys and Girls Club and Solar Youth will collaborate to provide a fun summer experience for NHPS students who attend the West Rock Mash Up Camp. This camp will provide outdoor education, environmental stewardship, summer brain gain activities such as literacy hour, sports fitness clinics, music and performing arts, and Fun Fridays events. For more information firstname.lastname@example.org
2021 NHPS High School Credit Retrieval Application at Metropolitan Business Academy
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Boys in the Outdoors
Boy Scouts of America- CT Yankee Council
A 4 week Summer day camping program from July 5th – July 30th 2021 from 8am-4pm where students will participate in over 15 interactive experiments. This program will also provide a 7 day overnight camping experience for up to 40 7th and 8th graders from Wexler and Troup schools.
The Boy Scouts of America program offers a nationally developed STEM curriculum that will engage 40 children. The STEM curriculum provides hand on science experiments which promote critical thinking questions of why, what, why and when. The participation and comprehension of STEM concepts and ideas are a transferable skill which stimulates their interest on STEM and maybe utilize in school settings. This program will be presented at the Family Resource Centers located at Hill Central, Wexler Grant, Fair Haven and Brennan Rogers schools. For more information email@example.com
Boy Scouts Camp. The contractor will operate day and an overnight summer camp for 140 NHPS 21st Century students (70 from Wexler and 70 from Troup Schools). The Boy Scouts will offer a 4 week day camp and 7 day overnight camp, if the slots are not filled by Wexler and Troup students, the program is extended to students attending 21st Century programs at other NHPS sites. For more information firstname.lastname@example.org
CT Violence and Intervention Program
This service will provide New Haven Public Schools students with positive behavioral interventions and behaviors and attendance. NHPS Summer program will include approximately 15-20 students who are currently on Juvenile Probation for serious violations within the community. The NHPS partnership with the CTVIP will support these students. CTVIP will engage students in individual and group social justice and restorative sessions, conduct regular home visits, assist in coordinating family and other supports to help these students to be successful during the summer and upon their return to school. For more information email@example.com
Autism Health and Fitness Center
The mission at Autism Health and Fitness Center is to provide a safe, comfortable and structured environment for empowering individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other special needs to improve their level of physical fitness. For more information firstname.lastname@example.org
The Green Peacock Corporation (formerly Body Workers)
The Green Peacock Corporation will lead physical and mental activities in the NHPS Summer of Fun programs with a focus on a Zumba fitness program. The Green Peacock Corporation will provide 22 sessions. 10 at King Robinson and 12 sessions in the community (4 at Newhallville Learning, 4 at Scantlebury Park, 4 at Cherry Ann Park) for a total of 22 sessions with up to 20 participants. For more information email@example.com
Students Got Tale
The Monk Center for Academic Enrichment and Performing Arts
Students will learn to come together to perform R&B, inspirational, and jazz music. They will perform with a live band for the families of the community. The Monk Center will provide 24 days of summer programming (each session consists of 6.5 hours of programming) inclusive of academics and enrichment activities such as dance, music, arts and crafts and STEM for up to 30 students grades 1-8 at Davis School.
Our World, Care 4 Your Own
Our World will provide two hours of programming which will include arts and crafts, theatre activities, and health and wellness activities such as walking and cycling on the Farmington Canal. For more information firstname.lastname@example.org
Engage high risk students in the Summer of Fun program, grades 7-12, in positive intensive programs which will support and encourage their daily attendance and participation in educational and enrichment activities. For more information email@example.com
The Little Scientists program will provide 25 STEM classes at Brennan Rogers and 25 at Davis Schools summer camps. Little Scientists will also provide 50 STEM classes at the Christian Community housing complex at 660 Winchester Avenue, which provides shelter for previously homeless families (total of 100 sessions). The STEM curriculum is innovative hands-on, mind-on, inquiry and practice-based. There will be a "Family Science Day" at each location.
New Haven YMCA Youth Center
The YMCA will provide summer student enrichment and family engagement activities such as pool/aquatic activities for the family, arts and crafts, family hikes, and more. This will take place at Camp Mountain Laurel on Saturdays and Sundays in July and August.
FREE FAMILY SUMMER of FUN '21 PROGRAMS / PROGRAMAS GRATUITOS DE VERANO FAMILIAR DE FUN '21
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Dr. Iline Tracey is Challenging NHPS Students to complete The New Haven Public Library Reading Program.
New Haven Public Schools and The NHFPL invites teams of library patrons of all ages to read and attend virtual library programs and community events to earn prizes. Team members can track their activities online using the link below or at home, following the directions on the back. Don’t wait*, go to our website or give us a call to sign up today!
*The first 275 NHPS students to sign up will win a special prize (Honey Comb Pop Up Desk) donated by Madison Plymeric from New Haven Public Schools!
Additional High School Reading Requirements:
- Career HS Summer Reading
- Sound School Summer Reading
- Co op Summer Reading
- NHA Summer Reading
- HSC Summer Reading
- Metro Read 2 & Do 2 Summer Enrichment
- JHHS_SummerRead2021 (weebly.com)
- W. Cross Summer Reading Guide
Hill Regional Career has 5 new Summer programs for all current students and incoming 9th graders.
SORRY PROGRAM IS FULL Summer of Fun Pre-K Program at Wexler Grant School
If your child did not complete a full year of in-person preschool, THIS is the camp for him/her! Participating (3-5 year-old) students will receive breakfast, lunch & snacks, field trips, hands-on literacy, math and science activities, free weekly books, and a book bag filled with school essentials at the end of the program. Space is limited! Register before June 11th to receive a special gift.
SORRY PROGRAM IS FULL Nathan Hale Moana JR. Theater Summer Program (7-14 years)
NHPS Families, Nathan Hale's Moana Jr. Theatre Program for FREE as we have joined the New Haven Public School Summer of Fun Program. Only able to accept 35 students ages 7-14.
This is an amazing opportunity to see our students perform under the direction of Ms. Briana Bellinger-Dawson in partnership with Arte Inc. Please reach out to Program Director, our very own Ms. B., for additional information. Briana.firstname.lastname@example.org
PreK Summer Learning Camp Application
Join us for a fun-filled, summer learning experience for PreK students entering kindergarten in the fall of 2021. Our summer program will be held from July 1 - July 30, 2021, four hours a day, Monday-Friday.
Summer of Fun at Hillhouse High School Application 2021
- SORRY PROGRAM IS FULL Career Pathways and Social Justice Summer Camp (All Students: Grades 6-12) 8am - 2pm.
- Sullivan Academy (Basketball Camp) Boys and Girls ages 5-16, 8:30am - 2:30pm
- Elm City Cheer Camp (Cheerleading)
SORRY PROGRAM IS FULL Hillhouse Summer Series Credit Recovery (Grades 9-12) Students can earn two full credits. July 1st- August 6th, 8am-12:30pm.
Multilingual Learners English Language Academy/Academia de Ingles para los Estudiantes Multilingües de. Students can earn up to two full credits. Los estudiantes podrán recibir hasta 2 créditos. Grades: 9-12th, July 1 - July 30th, 8:30am-12:30pm
Brown Girls; Cooking and Conversation (Grades 8-10) Mentorship Program designed to support spiritual and physical well-being of teenage girls of color. August 6.
City of New Haven Mayor’s Summer Youth Guide 2021
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SORRY FULL DAY PROGRAM IS FULL MORNING K - 7 Summer Learning Camp (No Transportation)
SORRY FULL DAY PROGRAM IS FULL Summer of Fun K – 7 Summer Learning Camp
New Haven Police Department Summer Program
Free for all New Haven residents Ages 8-11
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Alliance Children's Theatre Summer Camp
This year’s production is ANNIE, JR. introducing Hannigan’s coed orphanage To be held the whole month of July Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Ages 7-14 No tuition fee for New Haven residents and NHPS students Participants MUST be available for all performances the last week of July!
For information call (203)435-4651 or Register Here