Summer Opportunities for Students
Summer is coming…and it’s coming faster than normal. Of course, I’m not referring to New Hampshire weather - I’m not sure when we’re going to see even seasonal temperatures, but I can tell you that the last day of school is only six weeks from today. Due to no snow days this school year (perhaps a first in my memory) parents need to be thinking soon about their little ones’ schedules for June, July, and August. I know it’s not easy for parents but let me put out some ideas with more coming as we get closer to June. We will also have one more book fair to get ready for summer reading. More information coming on that.
Big thanks to School Counselors Jackie Kleiner, HMS and Laura Wuellenweber. MSS for much of the following info:
Here are some summer camps you may want to consider for your child:
Check back as this site is often updated with fun summer activities, as well as, sports and rec camps. Scholarships may be available through Hopkinton Recreation Dept. This year they have Art, Music, Archery, and Science to name a few.)
(Scholarships Available and sometimes tuition-free opportunity for families in need, please contact School Counselors)
- Making Your Mark Summer Art Camp-St. Andrew's Episcopal Church (Scholarships available and sometimes tuition-free opportunity for families in need. Please contact School Counselors)
- NH Audubon Nature Day Camp
(Scholarships often available, please contact School Counselors)
- LetGoYourMind (Program Focuses on STEM subjects) with Concord and Hopkinton Locations
- Girls Inc. of New Hampshire Summer Day Camp
- McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center
- Kimball Jenkins Art Camp
- YMCA Camps of NH
- Check out this link for both Math and Literacy activities care of the teachers at HMS.
- The Hopkinton Town Library has a great summer reading program. Click on the Community link for more information.
- Hopkinton teachers Joan Follansbee and Trish Walton offer a writing camp too...click here for more info.