Summer Camp


Program Overview

This program is designed to provide wrap around services to elementary and middle school students that have been identified as at-risk within the targeted areas of academics and behavior. This program will provide an array of educational, cultural, recreational and social opportunities. Our goal is to help improve student’s academic achievements, sense of self-worth, communication skills, social skills and their ability to work as part of a team by employing best modeling, mentoring and educational practices. Emphasis of this program is behavioral modification, counseling, science, technology, reading, and math along with homework and enrichment activities and physical fitness. This program embraces fun, interactive, and hands- on learning to improve students SOL test scores, academic success, and self-esteem; thus improving their quality of life. Our Virginia certified teachers, highly qualified tutors, and qualified mental health professionals will facilitate homework assistance, academic enrichment, and interactive tutoring. We will offer a holistic approach to learning and accommodate each student learning style.

Our teachers and/or highly qualified tutors create weekly lesson plans aligned with Virginia SOL standards. Qualified Mental Health Professionals will provide weekly documentation of therapeutic groups and student behavior progression to assist each student with reaching their behavior goals.

The New Y-CAPP C.A.R.E.S Program will offer students. (Program Descriptions-Appendix A)

  • I-Ready Math & Reading Curriculum
  • Activities aligned to STEM; (science, technology, engineering and math)
  • Arts education
  • Entrepreneurial education programs
  • Reading literacy
  • Tutoring services and mentoring programs
  • Programs that provide after school activities for limited English proficient students that emphasize language skills and academic achievement
  • Health enhancing recreational learning activities
  • Telecommunications and technology education programs
  • Programs that promote parental involvement and family literacy
  • Programs that provide assistance to students who have been truant, suspended, or expelled
  • Health education including drug and violence prevention programs, and character education programs
  • Counseling programs.