Murfreesboro City Schools Busy This Summer
Tuesday, June 13, 2017 8:57 am
Murfreesboro City Schools' Extended School Program has announced programs planned for summer 2017 including science, art and technology camps. These programs enable students to continue their learning adventures as they work with certified teachers to conduct science experiments, create art projects and experience a variety of technology tasks.
KinderCamp, which is open to children pre-registered for kindergarten at any MCS school, focuses on preparing upcoming kindergarteners for the transition to elementary school. Students attending KinderCamp will get the full ESP experience during the week of camp.
The Nashville Predators Summer Hockey Rules Tour will visit each ESP site. This interactive program teaches students the fundamentals of hockey and allows the them to participate in hockey activities and scrimmages.
The ESP program, which is open to all MCS students, is open from 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. during summer months. During the 2016-17 school year, over three thousand of our students were enrolled in ESP.
For information about KinderCamp, S.A.T. Camp and The Nashville Predators Summer Hockey Rules Tour, as well as any additional costs per program, please contact your school's ESP Site Director or central office ESP at 615 893-2313.
Murfreesboro City Schools comprises 12 schools committed to the academic and personal success of each child. The Extended School Program (ESP) provides a safe, educationally enriching, fun and rewarding experience for all students of Murfreesboro City Schools. ESP offers a wide range of classes including sports, music, arts and crafts, woodworking, ballet, hip hop dance, cheerleading, cooking, journalism, science, technology, foreign languages, robotics, and many more. The program also provides homework assistance and tutoring in specific subjects.