Camp CMS
Camp CMS

Camp CMS is a free, full-day summer experience for K-12 students with in-person learning, Monday–Thursday, plus physical activities and enrichment. At Camp CMS, learning will be fun!

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Camp CMS Overview

 

Who? Students K-12 needing additional support in reading, math, and science including students learning English and students with disabilities. 

What? Six-week summer learning experience, Monday-Thursday, 8-3:30pm* 

When? June 14 – July 29 with a one-week break (No camp July 5 – 9)                       

Where? Select CMS schools across all learning communities

(*start times may vary by school)


Camp CMS will offer in-person social-emotional and instructional support to CMS students who need continued learning due to the impact of remote learning. 


Sign up today for fun, friends, learning and so much more…

  • Free breakfast and lunch daily

  • Transportation options (am and/or pm available)

  • Daily enrichment and physical activities

  • Social-emotional and student wellness support 

  • Academic support tailored to student needs:

    • Grades K-2: Reading and Math 

    • Grades 3-8: Reading, Math and Science

    • Grades 9-12: EOC subjects, credit recovery, elective 

    • Extensions programs available


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P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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