DANBURY, Conn. – Summer at Wooster is holding an open house Saturday, March 7 from 9 a.m. to noon at Wooster School, 91 Miry Brook Road, Danbury.
Summer at Wooster is an adventure for the mind, body and soul. The focus is on fun and friendship for campers pre-K through ninth grade. There’s action on the basketball court, activities on more than 50 acres of fields and projects that know no bounds. The pre-K program is structured around weekly themes such as Creepy Critters and Discovering the World of Art. The Recreation Program is based on the idea that play is invaluable to the development of children and offers swimming, tennis and sports. The enrichment program offers dozens of classes including science, fine arts, robotics, cooking and more.
Summer Prospects is a half-day individualized intensive skill building program of fun academic support for students entering grades one through six. With a low teacher to camper ratio, students can get a leg up in the areas of reading, writing, math and study skills while avoiding that summer slide.
Open House visitors will have the opportunity to meet the directors, register for camp and receive a tour of Wooster’s campus. The 2015 summer session begins Monday, June 22 and ends Friday, Aug. 14.
For more information, parents should call 203-830-3921 or visit the Summer at Wooster website here.
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