“Springer’s Adventures in Summer Learning program is what gave our daughter the tools she needed to go back to the school in the fall and be successful.”    ~ Summer Parent 

“One of the greatest parts of the summer program is the information sessions with the teachers at the end of the program. I learned so much about my son’s learning!”    ~ Summer Parent

Four-Week Morning Program (entering grades 1 - 6)

Give your child real solutions that will let them jump into school in the fall!  

In our 4-week summer session, your child will gain confidence and improve skills through carefully researched methods of instruction for reading, writing, spelling and mathematics. We pair this academic instruction with exploration, collaborative problem-solving and noncompetitive games that not only improve social skills, but also keep your child active. This morning program can be accompanied by our afternoon program “Fun with Friends.”

Fun with Friends (entering grades 1 - 6)

This afternoon program pairs with the Morning Program to offer a full day for your child. With a camp atmosphere, Fun with Friends allows for the morning program students to enjoy a variety of enrichment activities, including art, dramatic play, and musical exploration. Students should bring a packed lunch, as it is not provided. Our staff provide supervision at lunch and organized camp–type activities during Fun With Friends. This fun afternoon will have your child building lasting friendships!

Middle School Programs (Entering grades 7 - 8)

Give your Middle School student a boost to start school off right!

These 2-hour afternoon classes are just what your Middle School student needs to excel or maintain proficiency in Math and Writing. With expert staff and real classroom strategies, your child will have more confidence to excel in Middle School. The two programs we offer are: Improving Writing Skills and Math Essentials.

Summer Program Director Shanice Carter-Harris

Summer Program Director Shanice Carter-Harris is an Instructional Assistant at Springer whose background is an excellent fit for the position.

Shanice has worked at Lighthouse Youth Crisis Center, St. Aloysius and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. In all of her work experiences, she has supported parents and students while developing positive relationships with them. Her certification in Crisis Intervention is an additional positive in her journey in understanding families and children.

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