As the school year winds down, are you wondering what your child can be involved in during the summer? Clark County School District announced their summer programs, which includes a variety of activities and helpful programs, including:
- Summer School Classes
- ZOOM Schools
- Summer Food Service Program
- FACES (Family and Community Engagement Services)
- Neon To Nature
- Safekey and other programs
- Summer Safety
- Back To School Fairs
Scroll down to get more information on these programs!
Summer school programs are available at 6 high schools around town. You can visit the Summer Information page on Clark County School District's website to get more information, including the summer classes that are being offered. Online summer school options are also available through Nevada Learning Academy. Information on the online program is also available on the website.
ZOOM Summer Academy and ZOOM University programs are available to give children an additional learning experience after the school year. More information on this program is available on the Summer Information page on Clark County School District's website.
Clark County School District announced their Summer Food Service Program will be available for children this summer. The program offers free hot breakfast and lunch for children between the ages of 2 and 18. The last week of May is when the program starts, although the exact start date varies by location.
More information on the program as well as participating locations, you can check out the Summer Food Service Program page on the Clark County School District website. You can also use the Meal Locator provided by the Clark County School District.
FACES (Family and Community Engagement Services) has a great list of "What's Cool For Summer", including summer camps, libraries, rec centers, pools, activities to do at home and more! Check out their website for the list or get to it through the Summer Information page on CCSD's website.
Neon To Nature is a great resource from the Southern Nevada Health District's Get Healthy Clark County initiative that gives information on hiking/walking trails, including location, photos, trail length, and more. A great activity to do this summer is to get outside (especially the trails up at Mt. Charleston)! You can get more information from the Neon To Nature website or the Summer Information page on CCSD's website.
For additional information on programs like SafeKey, Summer Safety, or Back To School Fairs, make sure to head to the Summer Information page on Clark County School District's website.
Interested in activities and resources to keep students busy and learning during the summer break? Check out CCSD's one-stop Web page with information on topics including summer classes, food service programs, FACES, summer camps and more! https://t.co/kS37SzOJX0 pic.twitter.com/5d89Fgpdmr— CCSD (@ClarkCountySch) May 22, 2018