Last updated on July 12, 2021
The City of Orlando Enhances Summer Recreation Camp with Certified Teachers to Help Youth with Learning Impacts from COVID-19
Following the COVID-19 pandemic impacts to last year’s school year, the City of Orlando is helping ensure that students enrolled in city summer camps are prepared to return to the classroom in the fall. As part of this year’s summer camp programming, all city neighborhood centers have certified teachers on staff to provide academic programming to local youths in summer camps.
As part of Summer Learning Week, July 12-18, media is invited to visit the Engelwood Neighborhood Center to see first-hand the classroom learning taking place and hear from Families, Parks and Recreation Director Lisa Early about how this new summer camp programing is keeping students actively engaged and ready for the upcoming school year.
WHO: Families, Parks and Recreation Director, Lisa Early
City of Orlando Recreation Staff
Summer Camp students
Tuesday, July 13, 2021
Engelwood Neighborhood Center
6123 La Costa Drive
Samantha HolstenPublic Information Officer