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ConnectiKids, Inc.: Building Block to Our Future

ConnectiKids Office: 814 Asylum Avenue, Hartford CT 06105


Activities:

  • Academic Enrichment
  • Cooking
  • Crafts
  • Educational Activities
  • Environmental Learning
  • Field Trips
  • Games
  • Gardening
  • Health and Wellness
  • Yoga

Ages Served:

7–15 years old (2nd - 8th grade)

Areas Served:

Bloomfield ; East Hartford ; East Windsor ; Hartford ; Manchester ; Windsor

Program Length:

5 weeks

Start Date:

July 6, 2021 (first session)

End Date:

August 6, 2021 (last session)

Hours of Operation:

9:30 am–3:00 pm, 3:00pm-5:00pm after care

Fee:

Free


We are asking students to join for the full 5 weeks of summer program. Students would not be able to pick the week that they would like to participate in. The application process is first come first serve.

We have In-person and virtual options this summer.

We are no longer summer school compatible as Hartford Public School summer school is full day ending at 4:00 p.m.

Participating in the program for the full duration will help students in many ways. They will develop self-reliance and independence. Build new friendships, as the students are from different neighborhoods. They will also meet new people and experience different places based on our guest speakers and field trips. They will gain further knowledge on the theme and how to apply them to their life and community.


To Register:

Lily Mendoza
[email protected]
860-522-8710

Registration can be found on our website at https://ct-kids.org/programs/summer-programs/



More about our camp:

The ConnectiKids summer program goal is to provide children with an integrated academic and enrichment experience based on a thematic curriculum during the summer months. ConnectiKids summer program is a full-day program that begins at 9:30 AM and ends at 3:30 PM. The program is broken into two parts. During the morning portion, students will participate in the ConnectiKids Bookclub. The book club offers students a wide range of books with stimulating class discussions and activities.

The core class this year is “Building Blocks to your Future.” We will be focusing on social and emotional learning through self-exploration, self-reflection, and healing activities while developing goals and learning to positively advocate for their future. need to take action to ensure that our community garden is suitable to plant our food. From there, we will complete any changes necessary with support from our partners and the community.