Scottsdale offers after school camp beginning Aug. 10

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 8/5/20

Scottsdale Parks and Recreation has offered after-school programs for decades, and this school year is no different.

While the beginning of the school year may look different this year, you can …

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Scottsdale offers after school camp beginning Aug. 10

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Scottsdale Parks and Recreation has offered after-school programs for decades, and this school year is no different.

While the beginning of the school year may look different this year, you can depend on the same dynamic, enriching and fun “after” school experience this August through the city’s program.

Scottsdale’s new four-week program will be held 2-6 p.m. from Aug. 10 through Sept. 4, at the following locations:

  • Mountain View Community Center: Grades 1-8
  • Horizon Community Center: Grades 1-5
  • Tonalea Elementary School: Grades 1-8
  • Yavapai Elementary School: Grades 1-8
  • Navajo Elementary School: Grades 1-5
  • Echo Canyon Elementary School: Grades 1-8

Student’s health is of the utmost importance, the city’s website states.

Registration is limited in order to meet physical distancing guidelines, and the participant to staff ratio has been set at 10:1.

Daily temperature checks will be required. Staff and participants are required to wear face coverings, the website states.

To sign up, go to scottsdaleaz.gov/sports/scottsdales-after-school-program.

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