Our Summer Enrichment Program is designed to meet the following goals. Each camper will:
● Learn to appreciate oneself, gain confidence, and self-esteem
● Develop Life Skills.
● Participate in Community Service Projects.
● Develop Positive Relationships.
● Develop skills in Leadership and Group Support.
● Learn Responsibility.
● Learn to Appreciate Diversity.
● Enhance and Remediate Academic skills from previous and current grade levels.
● Develop a balanced life: Physically, Mentally, Socially, and Spiritually.
● Have FUN and get dirty!
Congrats to ALL of our unique and talented campers!!
We are kicking it up a notch!
Reading: Elementary campers are reading Scholastic News informational articles to learn about real world topics while improving reading comprehension. Middle and high school campers are participating in a novel study on the book Island of the Blue Dolphins.
Math: K-2nd grade campers are reviewing addition strategies and word problems and the 3rd-High campers are using DynaMath magazine to learn how to apply math strategies to real world problems.
This week in Art campers created functional works
Origami Spinning Ball (4th-8th)
and Rocking Snails (K-3rd) using paper, scissors, and glue.
In STEM, students created snowmen using corn starch and shaving cream. FUN but MESSY!!
They also had another Silent Party with
Live Life Headphones (912) 571-6529
Mrs. Sandra from M.A.D.E. came by to speak with our girl campers about their future dreams and aspirations they have for themselves and how to create a vision board!
Mr. Day and Marquavious in a intense one-on-one game of basketball! Who do you think won?
These two were amazing this week. They both made major strides in motor skills and learning of numbers and the alphabet. It’s a joy to watch them learn new things! Their energy is always top tier and will keep you on your toes lol! They are the little spark we all need throughout the day. We look forward to seeing them continuously grow and learn new things!!
-Mr. Tookes and Ms. Kadasia
Out of all of the students this week, Alex has shown great improvement. She has been focused on her work and has mastered multi-tasking. Alex volunteers to help other students with their growth and for that, it makes her a star student. She has been very respectful and knows how to get any job done. She had an excellent and amazing week!!
-Mr. BK and Ms. Jewel
Kirstin Truitt was an amazing camper this week. She has shown major growth from previous weeks in terms of maturity and decision making. Kirstin is a natural born leader and dictates the energy in the classroom and this week she radiated positive energy and respect. Kirstin completed all her assignments on time and was respectful to both her classmates and to staff. She had an excellent week of camp.
-Ms. Alexes and Mr.Luke
We are following appropriate protocol that is required to operate with our students due to COVID-19! See front desk to see guidelines in place.
Our educational views, professional staff, and character programming, ensures the bridging of gap between the Spring and Fall semester. ZCH is committed to providing students with every opportunity to reach their goals through fun, competitive-peer to peer- activities. Summer learning is essential to one's health, remediation, and enrichment academically while implementing recreational base fun.
Zion's Community House
121 Temple Avenue
Newnan, Ga. 30263