Thursday, June 21, 2012
The First Presbyterian Church of Dayton will hold its Vacation Bible School for the first time in 10 years from June 25-29.
The First Presbyterian Church of Dayton will revive an old summer staple with the re-launch of Vacation Bible School next week. The program, which runs from June 25 through June 29, is open to the whole community for children ages pre-K through the fifth grade. "We're really excited to bring this back. It's the first time in 10 years that we've organized the Vacation Bible School," said Rev. Wendi Werner. "It's the first full week without school for the kids in South Brunswick so we'll have a lot of different fun camp activities." The camp, titled "Operation Overboard," will offer a learning component that correlates a different bible story with arts and crafts projects. The program will include music, recreation, snacks, education and a …
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Camps are open to all area children—they do not have to attend South Brunswick schools.
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Registration is underway for all of the popular South Brunswick Community Education summer camps. Complete registration information and forms for the popular and reasonably-priced summer programs can be found in the informative brochure. Camps are open to all area children—they do not have to attend South Brunswick schools. Day Camps offer parents 7 a.m.- 6 p.m. care, great activities, entertainment and trips from June 25 to August 10. They offer BASE Camp at Indian Fields School for grades 1-5. Adventure Camp for grades 6-8 will be held at Crossroads North School. Travel Camp from August 13-17 will be held at Monmouth Junction School. Enrichment Camps has been enhanced and expanded to include full day options. New for 2012 are STEM…
Monday, August 15, 2011
Community Education offers a variety of camps for children of all interests
At the South Brunswick's Community Education-run camps, township children are given the opportunity to grow and learn in a fun, safe, and social environment. “We’ve been really successful this year in keeping the kids positively occupied and just really opening them up to new experiences,” said Sheila Barry, school-age care manager for the BASE and Adventure camps. Community Education, a department of the South Brunswick School District Board of Education, offers a variety of programs for town residents all summer, from the student camps to adult school. The tuition-based summer camps cater to children from grades kindergarten to eighth grade and are designed to fit to their age-based interests. “We have a wonderful working relationship …