In light of the developing needs of families who work in the essential service sectors, we have launched a new program for middle-schoolers, Pop-Up Camp.
As we work to best serve our communities during this time of ever-changing needs, Teen Pop-up Camp will serve 7th-9th graders in the Rocklin area. Pop Up Camp serves as an extension of our services, with focus on serving middle-schoolers during a time of angst and transition.
Pop Up Camp daily activities will include academic support, hands-on (while socially distanced) learning activities, and an opportunity for teens to maintain safe social interaction. The program will follow all city, state and county child care safety protocols, including; sanitation practices, proper distancing and frequent washing of hands. Each camp group will be no more than 10 campers, with 2 designated staff for each group.
WHO: 7th-9th grade students, in the Rocklin area, whose parents are essential workers
HOURS: Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Valley View CDC, 3000 Crest Dr., Rocklin, CA 95765
Limited space is available due to current public health guidelines. No more than 10 students per session.