CARVER 2018 SUMMER CAMP SIGN-UP HERE!
These summer camps are among the most affordable and high-quality programs available to Norwalk students ages 5 through 13 years old. The summer literacy program, facilitated by certified teachers, uses the myON and Lexia Reading Core 5 software to provide personalized learning. Certified teachers also teach math sessions. Through the years, summer camp program partners have included the Girl Scouts, the Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk Grassroots Tennis and The Norwalk Seaport Association. Field trips reinforce learning, e.g., Peabody Museum, CT Science Center, Discovery Museum, NBC Studio Tour, Stamford Nature Center, Beardsley Zoo, Bishop Orchards, New York Botanical Gardens and Maritime Aquarium.
See the last days of summer 2017 video and 1,000+ photos -- see it all here! Read about our summer transition program for rising 6th students at West Rocks and Roton Middle Schools. Read about our rising 9th graders at our summer transition program at Brien McMahon and Norwalk High Schools.
Here are stories about summer field trips to such destinations as Sheffield Island and swimming and bowling. Some of our campers went away for 10-days to New Pond Farm. Here are more stories about what our campers do on a rainy day to this video of a typical day at a Carver summer camp!
NOTE: Families wishing to participate in the Carver Middle and High School Summer Transition Programs need to inquire at the students' respective schools.
Carver summer learning programs include Summer Enrichment (5- to 13-year-old students at two sites); Freshman Summer Success Academies for graduated 8th-grade students transitioning into 9th grade at Norwalk and Brien McMahon High Schools; and summer learning experience for 5th-grade students transitioning into middle school. Here is a directory of all summer camps operating in Norwalk in Summer 2017.
This summer transition programs are designed to help incoming 6th and 9th grade student’s transition into Norwalk’s four middle and two high schools. Programming includes individualized instruction, parental involvement, small group learning experiences, diverse enrichment activities, free transportation, and full-day activities benefiting working families. Students learn the basics of navigating their respective new schools. The incoming 9th graders school students learn how to read a transcript, understand graduation requirements, earn credits in courses, and look ahead to potential career options. Students use Naviance/Family Connection to develop an individualized Student Success Plan to identify needs and interests and to set future goals.