STRENGTHENING FAMILIES FOR OVER 40 YEARS

21st CENTURY KIDS PROGRAM

The 21st Century Kids of F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. and Northern F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. Summer Programs

A Note to Parents of Campers:

Parents of campers selected to take part in the summer program will be required to attend a mandatory virtual orientation and informational meeting in order for their camper(s) to officially be accepted into the program. Parents of selected campers will be notified of the orientation meeting date after the June 19th notification.

 

RSU9 Summer Program at Kineowatha Park

The Franklin County Children’s Task Force recently received updated guidance for running day camps in Maine. This letter is to inform you of the guidelines we will be using to run an in-person camp this summer and the criteria we will be using to select campers for the camp.

  • How the Camp Will Run:
    • The 21st Century Kids of FRANKLIN will provide an in-person summer camp opportunity to 44 campers at Kineowatha Park. It is imperative that campers are able to adhere to the strict guidelines we are putting in place that make this summer camp possible. Campers will be evaluated for selection into the program based upon a number of factors, including behavior. Parents will be notified by June 19th whether or not their child has been selected for the program.
    • There will be no transportation provided. Campers will have to be dropped off and picked up by designated adults at Kineowatha for any camper attending. The camp will run for 5 weeks from July 6th to August 6th, Monday through Thursday from 11:30am-4:30pm. There will be no program on Fridays. Unfortunately, Mallett will not have its own program this summer, as we do not have access to the RSU#9 schools.

MSAD58 Summer Program at Strong Elementary School

The Franklin County Children’s Task Force recently received updated guidance for running day camps in Maine. This letter is to inform you of the guidelines we will be using to run an in-person camp this summer and the criteria we will be using to select campers for the camp.

  • How the Camp Will Run:
    • The 21st Century Kids of Northern FRANKLIN will provide an in-person summer camp opportunity to 44 campers at Strong Elementary School. It is imperative that campers are able to adhere to the strict guidelines we are putting in place that make this summer camp possible. Campers will be evaluated for selection into the program based upon a number of factors, including behavior. Parents will be notified by June 19th whether or not their child has been selected for the program.
    • Campers will have to be dropped off and picked up by designated adults at Strong Elementary School.  The camp will run from July 1stto July 31st. The first three days, July 1st through July 3rd, it will run from 8:00am-4:30pm.  From July 6th to July 31st the program will run Monday through Friday from 11:30am-4:30pm.

 

What do we do?

    • Fun in the sun!
    • Arts and crafts!
    • Field games!
    • Swimming!
    • Relay Races!
    • Trail walks!

For More Information, Please Contact:

Douglas Saunders, Program Coordinator, 21st Century Kids of F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. at 207-779-7595 or 207-778-6960.

Milissa Cousins, Program Coordinator, 21st Century Kids of Northern F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. at 207-491-9168 or 207-778-6960.

 

Hi, all! As the Program Coordinators, your child’s safety and academic enrichment is very important to us. Please feel free to reach out to us, as we want to hear how we can assist you in making this summer experience possible for your young learner.

 

 

A program of FRANKLIN: Friends Reducing Abuse and Neglect of Kids Living in our Neighborhoods, brought to you by the Franklin County Children’s Task Force, in partnership with RSU #9.

 

Summer Experience Video 2018

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