Updated June 3, 2019
NDA Summer Academy Registration Opens
Registration for NDA’s Summer Academy camps is now open. There are a variety of athletic, discovery and academic opportunities for girls entering grades K-12 in the fall 2019.
New this year are: 3-D printing, pottery, leadership camp, high school test prep, edible experiments, yoga, personal finance and physical education. Back by popular demand are: the Safe Sitter program, fused glass, art, sew creative, Italian cooking, Make It Bake It Take It, theater, dance camps and more. The NDA Eagles, 15-time all-sports champs, will host a variety of sport camps that will include volleyball, soccer, basketball, softball, fencing and archery, and rowing.
NDA is also offering academic camps. Middle school girls can maintain their academic skills in seventh- and eighth-grade math/writing tune-ups. High school classes include High School Placement Test prep, ACT prep, personal finance, study skills, health, U.S. government and physical education.
Visit nda.org to register to view a full listing of NDA Summer Academy camps.
Library Helps Local Kids Prepare For Kindergarten
Countdown to Kindergarten at the Toledo Lucas County Public Library is both a kindergarten-readiness storytime for kids and a program to inform parents and caregivers of the skills that their children will need when beginning kindergarten.
“Kindergarten is a big transition and this program will help parents and children know what to expect as they begin school,” said Nancy Eames, TLCPL youth services coordinator.
Activities include: songs, stories, take-home activity tips/ideas, activity stations and free take-home skill rings and safety scissors.
This program has been made possible through generous support from the Library Legacy Foundation.
Class size is limited. Registration is available at any branch or visit http://www.toledolibrary.org/kindergarten for more information.