Spring break is from March 25 to March 29, and children in the second- through sixth-grades have a variety of classes to choose from through the UO’s Youth Enrichment/Talented and Gifted Program.
Morning and afternoon classes range from “Creative Writing and Greek Myths,” taught by elementary arts educator Bob Marquis, to “Computer Programming Using Scratch,” taught by Mary Hochberg, School District 4J technology specialist.
Class sizes at the spring break camp are small, ensuring one-on-one attention, and are geared toward students who are comfortable sitting for long periods of time and can easily process verbal and written instructions.
The camp offers both half-day and full-day programs. Tuition varies, depending on the class. Scholarships are available to families in need.
Fore more information, contact UO Youth Enrichment and Talented & Gifted Programs, 541-346-3084.
- from the UO College of Education