Summer is drawing to a close, but the mission of AZ Ontrack Summer Camp isn’t over. Parents have another opportunity to get their kids to grips with math, reading and American civics AZ Ontrack Parent Guide Launched in partnership by the Governor’s Office and the Arizona Science Center. Packed with educational resources, games, activities and more, the guide prepares students for the school year in an engaging way.
“This summer has been huge for our kids from all different backgrounds,” said Lisa Graham Keegan, AZ Ontrack Summer Camp Chairperson. “They have been with their friends, learning and having fun with their teachers. Now parents can take this productive learning environment home with them. The AZ Ontrack Parent Guide is a great resource for parents and their kids to enjoy learning together and lead to even better results. We’re grateful to partner with the Arizona Science Center on this, which will provide added benefits to our children.”
“Catching up” won’t happen at a summer camp or even a year of school. This is why the AZ Ontrack Parent Resource Guide can be helpful to families as they move into the fall semester to get kids involved real learning experiences again. when there are kids to have funIt establishes a great foundation for learning.
“We are thrilled to be able to partner with Governor Ducey’s team to provide additional support to children and families through Ez OnTrack as many Arizona families have tried over the years,” said Hazel of the Arizona Science Center. a. Hare’s President and CEO Guy Labin said. “Through this joint effort, we will be able to impact more children and families in more communities and help ensure this year is as successful as possible.”
The guide provides opportunities for families to join strong learning activities Together – that is proven to lead to greater educational outcomes. From creating a Nature Journal digging Cookies, Chocolate Chip “Fossils” from parents, caregivers and other caring adults will find unique ways to prepare students to learn and engage in school.
There is also an opportunity for families to further expand students’ education through the Arizona Science Center’s STEM and educational facilities.
Families who complete the “On Track, Ready to Be Back Scavenger Hunt” at the end of the guide may qualify for Arizona Science Center membership on a first-come-first-served basis. Those who download the guide can qualify for the ticket of Science Center.
The guide is available in English, Spanish, and Dine, and includes resources for every Arizona child to reconnect with their love of learning.
With over 800 camping experiences across the state, AZ Ontrack is preparing kids and Excited for the fall semester.
Although Arizona made it a priority to keep classrooms open during the pandemic, valuable education and social development opportunities have undoubtedly been hampered. AZ Ontrack offered a fun environment for students to be with their peers, Selfand hold on to their studies.
Campers celebrated Dinosaur Day, which was part of their daily STEM activities, while attending an ontrack summer camp at the Dysart Community Center. Children were able to dig up fossils and learn about different types of dinosaurs.
Reading and English Language Arts (ELA) skills are combined with music at the Phoenix Boys Choir “Music Is My Superpower” camp. While getting into the rhythm of brainstorming and writing poems, campers also learned tunes and played the drums.
There’s a reason why AZ Ontrack is called Summertime camp no more school, For many students, summer school may be free but it is usually for credit recovery or the ability to move on to the next class. Many public schools offer adventure-style camps, but they often charge for those experiences out of necessity. Ontrack Arizona brings together the best of both worlds — math, reading, and a little stamping — for families.
Download the AZ Ontrack Parent Resource Guide Lord,