While many summer camps in Pennsylvania have been canceled due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, East Stroudsburg University will continue its “ESU For Kids Day Camp” in a virtual format for summer 2020.
The three-week day camp, designed for campers 6 to 18 years old, is scheduled Mondays through Fridays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. from July 13-31. All courses will be offered online and will include arts and crafts, music lessons, science programs, language, geography, and literature, etc.
Each class is one hour long and students can sign up for one class, take a full day of seven classes, or anything in between. All classes are taught by certified educators and designed to spark curiosity and student engagement.
To participate in the virtual day camp, students must have a device (desktop, laptop, etc.) with a built-in camera so they can participate in the Google Classroom.
For courses requiring supplies, arrangements will be made for curbside pick-up before the camp begins. For more information regarding pricing, courses, and registration, visit www.esu.edu/esu-for-kids.