Details Released for Free, Six-Week Camp CMS Program
Learning experience available to all of district
Today, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools announced details for its free, full-day Camp CMS program, for those “needing additional support in reading, math, and science including students learning English and students with disabilities.” The learning experience, open to students in grades K-12, arrives in June. Below, we dive into what you need to know about the program:
Timeframe: It runs June 14-July 29, with a one-week break between July 5-9. The sessions run 8 a.m.-3 p.m. each day.
What It Covers: Academic support is available as outlined: grades K-2: reading and math; Grades 3-8: reading, math and science; grades 9-12: EOC subjects, credit recovery, and electives. Extensions programs are also available.
What It Includes: Free breakfast and lunch is provided each day. Transportation is available for a.m. and/or p.m. trips. Aside from the academic support, “daily enrichment and physical activities,” as well as available “social emotional learning support,” are also part of the schedule.
Who’s Eligible? From CMS: “Camp CMS is open to all students; however, the district is required to prioritize students in need of continued instruction, students with disabilities and students newly learning English.”
Registration Info: You need to register your student between March 29 and April 9, here. See the parent info sheet here.