Summer Programs 2022

Summer Programs 2022
Posted on 06/30/2022

OCDSB Summer Programs - Grade 6,7,8

Summer International Language Classes - In person & Online

Parks and Recreation - day camps, drop ins, etc (Subsidies for newcomers)

STEM - (Subsidies possible)

Ottawa Public Library - Online storytimes, events & resources

YOCISO Homework Help - Tutoring in English, French, Math, Science and Social Science



YOCISO will be running a Summer Camp over the July and August months. (Ages 13 - 24)

POSTER

We have multiple activities and field trips planned to keep the youth engaged and active. Please see the poster attached and details below and circulate widely. Let me know if you have any questions. This is an excellent opportunity for Newcomer Youth over the Summer months.

 

YOCISO Summer Camp

July 4th - August 26th

Monday - Thursday

11:00 - 3:00

Free of cost/Bus tickets provided

1800 Bank Street 3rd floor

 

Registration required: https://forms.gle/B1U1QtTSe6yeVrDFA

 

Free R.I.S.E Numeracy and Literacy Program

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Youth discover or rediscover their passions through co-created passion projects. The program works with youth to find problems in their communities that break their hearts, connect with community organizations, and use their passions, strengths and motivators to create real solutions and implement them all while working on literacy and numeracy.

 

3 WEEK VIRTUAL PROGRAM

 

Session 1 July 4 - 22, 2022

Junior grades 4-5 (9 - 11:30 am)

Intermediate grade 6-8 (12:30 - 3:00 pm)

 

Session 2 August 8 - August 26, 2022

Junior grades 4-5 (9 - 11:30 am)

Intermediate grade 6-8 (12:30 - 3:00 pm)

 

REGISTRATION

There is an information session for the Summer Literacy Kits on June 22 at noon.....

SUMMER LIT KIT Poster

 

REGISTRATION

 

Summer Lit Kits are coming! This "program in a box" is designed to help reduce a child's loss of literacy skill by helping summer camps, programs, and parents/guardians to integrate literacy into their daily activities. Developed for ages 4-12. Session will include the history of the kit and information about using it, followed by a training from Ottawa Public Library about supporting reading in children.

 

During the session you will be able to request a printed guide and physical kit. While this information session will be in English only, the kit is available in English and French.


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