2019 Summer Programs
Eastpointe Community Schools is proud to offer a comprehensive and exciting Summer Camp Series for our students, ranging from kindergarten through 8th grade, at no cost to parents.
Our camps will run July 15-August 8, Monday-Thursday, and include free breakfast and lunch, as well as free transportation for qualifying students. Full and half day programs are available, though parents must provide afternoon transportation for students who only attend half days. For more information, call 586-907-4143 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students MUST be enrolled in Eastpointe Community Schools. If your child is not currently enrolled but plans to attend ECS in the fall, they must complete the registration process before enrolling.
All programs feature small class sizes, learning excursions, technology use, and hands-on learning opportunities for all students.
ALL OF THESE CAMPS ARE FREE TO EASTPOINTE STUDENTS!
Check out this video made by one of the classes in a previous summer program!
Elementary School Programs
In a collaboration with the MISD, Eastpointe Community Schools is offering the following programs for elementary-age students:
- KinderConnections (entering Kindergarten)
- First Fundamentals (entering 1st grade)
- Science Literacy Camp (entering 2nd-4th grade)
Eastpointe Community Schools is also offering Title I Summer Discovery Camp for students entering grades 1-5.
Mornings will focus on hands-on activities in reading, writing, and math, while afternoons will feature a variety of child-centered enrichment activities.
Elementary school summer programs will take place at Bellview Elementary School, 15800 Bell. Full-day sessions take place from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., while a half-day option runs from 8 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Parents must provide afternoon transportation for students who only attend half days. Attendance is imperative for the success of your child. Prompt drop-off and pick up at school and bus stops is essential for the safety of all students.
Middle School Programs
The Summer Middle School program is for students entering grades 6-8 in fall 2019.
The middle school program will focus on literacy and math skills. We will also embrace the arts, health/physical education and STEM (Science Technology Engineering & Math) with a focus on literacy and math.
Middle school summer programs will take place at Eastpointe Alternative Center, 15320 East 9 Mile Road. Full-day sessions take place from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., while a half-day option runs from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Parents must provide afternoon transportation for students who only attend half days. Attendance is imperative for the success of your child. Prompt drop-off and pick up at school and bus stops is essential for the safety of all students.