Wildwood's Summer Learning Program

idea by WildwoodOutdoorEd
Wildwood's Summer Learning Program




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Overview of Outdoor Idea


The Summer Learning Program will provide Kansas City's most at-risk urban core youth with a 5-day residential camp experience focused on providing children the opportunity to connect with nature and share in the joy of living and learning in the outdoors.

The Specifics: What will the $5,000 fund?

$5,000 will provide 25 at-risk urban core youth with an opportunity to participate in the Summer Learning program. Summer Learning is held during five 5-day sessions beginning in early June and concluding in late July. During each 5-day experience campers will be engaged in an integrated curriculum that utilizes current best practices in outdoor/experiential/adventure education. Summer Learning is non-traditional education at its best and features strong academic goals. Campers participate in a curriculum that develops improved understanding in areas of natural sciences, conflict resolution, problem-solving and leadership development. Every child will experience non-traditional learning and will deepen their respect for nature.

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My two sons have been multiple times and I have sent my 3 grandaughters.
They have a wonderful program that really enhances skills in team building and learning with others.
I have highly recommend this camp to many family's with children in this age group

by G. Thompson
over 3 years ago | Reply

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Submission Began
Friday, June 15

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Thursday, July 19
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Thursday, July 19

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Friday, August 03
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