Summer Enrichment Camp

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SESSION DATES REVISED DUE TO PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM CLOSING DATE CHANGE:

Session I - June 25 - July 6 (closed July 4)
Session II - July 9 - July 20 
Session III - July 23 - August 3 
Session IV - August 6 - August 17 

Camp Inspiration

Between the months of June and August, campers between 6 and 12 years old will receive iPad-enhanced instruction from certified instructors. The curriculum will include the following:

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Chess
  • Creative Writing
  • Field Trips
  • iPad Enhanced Classes
  • Math
  • Piano Keyboarding
  • Reading
  • Science
  • Swimming
  • S.T.E.A.M.
  • Tennis
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Meet Mr. La'Mont Geddis, the creative and innovative Camp Director for  Camp Inspiration, the Lake Arbor Summer Enrichment Program.  Please go to the bottom of the article and hear his profound message about teaching as a ministry.

Registrations Information

Please complete all the printable 2018 Registration Forms below and email to campinspiration@thelafi.org. A non-refundable $50.00 deposit per session per camper is required to reserve your slot. Partial and full payments are available.

The following Camp Registration Forms are required. Please complete and submit via email with payment to campinspiration@thelafi.org.

 

Volunteer Student Counselors Needed

Camp Inspiration seeks volunteer student counselors age 16+ to assist in the program from June 25 through August 17. Camp hours are 9:00 am - 4:00 pm.   Community service credit will be given and free swimming can be arranged as well. See the position description here. Please complete the Volunteer Application Packet below and returned to campinspiration@thelafi.org. Parental permission required if under 18.   Please return all completed forms to campinspiration@thelafi.org or fax to 240-304-3284. Thank you.

MNCPPC Summer Enrichment CampThe Lake Arbor Foundation is supported by a grant from the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Prince George’s County Department of Parks and Recreation.