PwrHrs Summer

REGISTRATION IS NOW FULL

Plans depend on the availability of Eagle County Public School buildings and bussing per Eagle County’s Public Health Order.

July 6-24thMonday-Friday; 9am-3pm

Campers will return to academic-based projects and traditional summer camp favorite activities allowed within social distancing protocols. Scavenger hunts, hikes, gardening, fishing, geocaching, orienteering, Adventure Races, yoga, tennis, soccer golf, dance, running challenges, kite making, recycling activities, river clean-ups, squirt gun painting, vision boards, origami, pinata paper mache, DIY masks, and skits/drama are all being considered for possible activities.  

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725
Students Reached
6-13
Ages of Students

FAQ

All sites will be open to students in incoming grades 1st through 9thStudents will be grouped according to grade. Choose whichever location works best for your family. 


Because of the generosity of multiple YP365 donors, PwrHrs Summer Camp is offered free of cost this year. If you would like to make a donationplease contact info@vvf.org 


Any student who resides in Eagle County who will be in 1st-9th grade next year.


All campers over the age of 5 will wear masks when inside the building. When students are outside, masks will be removed. Please send your child to summer camp with a mask.  


 Students will return to academic-based projects and traditional summer camp favorite activities allowed within social distancing protocols. Scavenger hunts, hikes, gardening, fishing, geocaching, orienteering, Adventure Races, yoga, tennis, soccer golf, dance, running challenges, kite making, recycling activities, river clean-ups, squirt gun painting, vision boards, origami, pinata paper mache, DIY masks, and skits/drama are all being considered for possible activities.


Students must be registered in the YP365 Civicore system to attend summer camp. All sites will be open to incoming 1st-9th graders.

Due to lack of transportation, this year, families can choose a site that works best for their needs. All children 1st-9th can attend the same site, minimizing travel and time constraints. Please have families apply for a site that works best for them.  


Unfortunately, no transportation will be provided. Please consider this when choosing your site location. 


Students will stay in groups with a 10-1 student to teacher ratio.  Students will stay 6 feet apart whenever possible. 


Lunch will be provided by ECS Food Services. Student groups will stay separated during lunch periods. Alternative locations such as outside and the classroom will be utilized for lunch. 


Please contact the program coordinators. You can find the contact info on your Eleyo profile, in the Manage Programs section of the participant information once you log-in.


Yes. PwrHrs Summer Camps builds each week. In order to the students to get the most our of this program, we will need them to attend the full three weeks.


Locations:

Avon Elementary
Red Hill
Edwards Elementary
Homestake Peak School
Gypsum Elementary
Eagle Valley Elementary

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