Several Tulsa Parks School Support Camps still have openings for students to participate in the program.
Parks Community Centers with open spots include:
Spots are open to all Tulsa children, grades first through sixth. The camp runs from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays.
The first day of camp is Wednesday, Sept. 9., with a tentative plan to continue through Dec. 23 based on the ongoing need and school schedule changes. Enrollment will remain open until the spots are filled. Student Support Camps provide a safe environment during the day for children while they complete their virtual and distance learning lessons.
Children will be monitored in socially distanced “pods” with one adult per average of 10 kids. To keep everyone safe, children will have minimal contact with other staff and students outside their “learning pod,” and there will be daily COVID-19 questionnaires, temperature checks, health and safety protocols in place for camp drop-off and pick-ups as well as camp activities, and masks will be mandatory for children and staff.
A $25 registration fee per week, per child is required to hold your student’s spot. Parents/guardians must pay the full registration fee weekly, regardless of when they begin the program.
To register, visit www.cityoftulsa.org/camps and click “Enroll Online” and login/create your account to get started.
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