Find the right summer camp for your child
Summer is just around the corner, which means it’s time to sign up for summer camp! Just because school is out doesn’t mean the learning stops. It is important to keep your child actively engaged during the summer break to continue their growth.
Metro Schools, along with municipal and community organizations, is hosting several summer programs and activities for families. Whether your child wants to learn about animals at the Nashville Zoo or do science projects at the Adventure Science Center, our list of camps has a variety of programs that will suit your child’s interests.
Click here for a list of the different programs being offered this summer.
Even if you don’t find a summer program to participate in, the best thing your child can do during the summer is read so they don’t lose momentum in their reading progress.
Research shows that children and teens read more when they pick the books they want to read and see the adults in their lives reading. Reading just four to six books over the summer has the potential to prevent a decline in reading levels once a child returns to school.
To learn more about the reading resources available for your child this summer, click here.