Stark County Summer Camps 2022
North Canton City Schools – Camp Invention: Explore
5/31/2022 – 6/3/2022 Strausser Elementary School –Camp Invention: Explore
Green Middle School –Camp Invention: Explore
St. Michael’s School –Camp Invention: Explore
GlenOak High School –Camp Invention: Explore
Registration for 2022 Camps now open!
Ages 6-12 Summer Camp at Weis Park. Activities will include Weekly Swimming, Weekly Field Trips, Nature Walks, Movies, Sports, Recreation, Reading Activities, Arts & Crafts and more.
- June 13 – August 5 Regular Hours: 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
- Before Care: Begins at 7:30 AM (Additional Cost)
After Care: Until 4:30 PM
- Residents: $500 | Non-Residents: $600
Before-care: Additional $100 per camper for the Summer
After-care: Additional $100 per camper for the Summer
- Weis Park 2600 Harvard Ave NW Canton, Ohio 44709
- Registration deadline: June 8, 2022
Summer Camp at the Edward “Peel” Coleman Community Center. This camp is only open to Canton City residents. Activities will include Recreation, Sports, Arts & Crafts, Math, Reading, Weekly Swimming, Weekly Field Trips and more.
- June 13 – August 5 – Regular Hours: 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM
- Before Care: Begins at 7:30 AM (Additional Cost) After Care: Until 4:30 PM
- No Cost – Only open to Canton City residents
- Registration deadline: June 8, 2022
Who: Campers leaving grades 5th- 8th grade who live in the city of Canton
When: June 27 – July 1
Where: While campers will explore all over their community throughout camp, every day will start and end at Camp HQ in Downtown Canton. Exact location to come!
Provides exciting camps where children feel safe to explore their interests in technology, athletics, science, nature, and the arts in a non-competitive atmosphere.
Each camp is staffed by CCDS faculty members who are there to meet the needs of the children and promote their development.
Ages 3 years- 5th Grade
Plain Local Schools is proud to offer a variety of engaging opportunities during the summer of 2022 for families in our community. Space is limited and spots will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
PreK- Highschool Camps!
Kids’ College is a summer program offered by Stark State College’s education department. Our goal is to develop and expand students’ interests, stimulate creativity and provide unique learning opportunities on a college campus.
The program is held in the Business and Entrepreneurial Center on Stark State’s main campus.
Kids’ College offers courses ranging from abstract art to a world tour, with plenty of offerings in arts and crafts, science, sports, food, culture, finance and more in between.
Monday through Thursday
Week 1: June 6-9
Week 2: June 13-16
Week 3: June 20-23
Week 4: June 27-30
JR is offering two dates for summer camp this year!
Join us June 27th-29th and July 25th-27th from 9am-2pm.
Campers will ride each day, do groundwork with horses, play games, and participate in tons of fun barn activities. $325 per camper per week
For ages 6 and up!
Our trained coaches will cover how to conquer specific NINJA warrior obstacles and also work on functional strength training. Students will rotate between lower body and upper body obstacles each week.
Make sure to wear gym shoes (no muddy or WET shoes, no boots, flip flops, sandals, or crocs)!
$40 per week
Registration for 2022 Summer Camp is Now Open! Ages 5-12. Campers must be 5 by July 1 and entering K next year to be eligible for registration.
Camp will be run at Green Intermediate/Middle School and Hoover Park.
- Children participate in a variety of fun activities including art, outdoor play, games and sports while making friends and staying active.
- Special theme days and weekly walking or bus trips included.
- Monday-Friday: 6:30am – 6:00pm
Pricing: Please call the office for details if not posted yet. 330.499.1780
Join us June 6-10, 2022, for strings instruction with the Canton Symphony Orchestra. Led by Raylena Mae Bevington, students intermediate-advanced will learn fundamentals and more on their string instrument. Students will be coached by musicians from Canton Symphony and will present a concert for the public on the final day of the program.
JUN. 27 – JUN. 30, 2022 The objective for our 2022 Summer Program is to give each player a championship experience over the four days of camp. Players will learn useful information teaching proper mechanics, techniques, and set up drills to use at home for personal skill development.
PROGRAMS FOR SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN & Typically Developing Children
SOCIAL SKILLS AND EMOTIONAL REGULATION GROUP WITH PARENT EDUCATION:
Mondays, starting June 13
11 am-12 pm
Whether your child has a specific need in learning social skills, or you feel your child would benefit from additional opportunities for social interaction and social learning experiences, please join our Occupational Therapist and Speech Therapist in learning new skills such as turn-taking, peer interactions, being a good sport, and whole-body listening.
Like many adults, children have experienced a great deal more stress and anxiety recently. Hang out with our Occupational Therapist in a safe, engaging, fun environment to interact with other children, identify coping/self-regulation strategies, and improve responses to stress and change in their everyday lives.
While your child is learning social skills or emotional regulation strategies, you too can learn strategies to help your child navigate peer and adult relationships. Be present with other adults who have similar questions and are in similar situations.
FUNCTION & INDEPENDENCE GROUP:
Tuesdays, starting June 14
1.5 hour sessions
WILSON READING PROGRAM:
PROGRAMS FOR ALL
Tuesdays, starting June 7
one hour sessions for 6 weeks
Is your child almost done with preschool or kindergarten age, but you feel they lack skills in some areas? Do you feel they could benefit from a boost prior to starting kindergarten? Take time this summer to participate in fun games and activities to improve your child’s kindergarten readiness.
activities to improve fine motor skills and hand strength
learning how to hold and use school tools (scissors, pencils, markers, crayons, and glue)
extra practice with numbers and letters
Your child wants to learn to ride a bike, but it’s just not clicking? Stuck on how to help? This one-on-one time with our team of physical therapists will help your child to learn this skill to increase their independence and imporve their quality of life!
Wednesdays, starting June 8
10 am, one hour sessions
Up to six children with a parent present
all children 6 years and younger welcome
pay for 4 week sessions at a time
EJ Therapy will open its gym for one hour each week for lots of sensory fun, whole-body play, and free play in a supervised setting! Have questions about your child or services that EJ Therapy offers? Our staff would be delighted to answer any questions you may have!
HOW TO TALK WITH YOUR BABY BEFORE YOUR BABY CAN TALK
Wednesday, June 22
Intro class to use some gestures and sign language around routines. This class is for parents/caregivers to learn about language development, learn and use some basic gestures and signs to facilitate communication with your child, and provide resources about Baby Signs. Feel free to bring your baby and siblings.
Faith Family Church Summer Event