Community Learning Centers (CLCs):
The focus of the Summer CLCs is to provide expanded academic enrichment opportunities to help students bridge the academic gap between school years. Additionally, CLC programs provide youth development activities, technology education, art, music and recreation activities, and family programs. Milwaukee area community based organizations work collaboratively with the MPS to operate this program. Please view the following documents for more information:
Child Care Camps:
Schools work directly with the MPS Recreation Division to provide education and recreation enrichment activities for participants during the summer. Camps are designed to keep children safe, provide quality child care and relieve stress for working families. Youth are also given opportunities to participate in a variety of recreation activities designed to keep them active and socially engaged during the summer months. Click here for a list of Child Care Camps and hours of operation.
Schools partner with Milwaukee area community based organizations to provide students with academic enrichment, health and nutrition, social competence, recreation and family support. A nominal program fee is charged. Summer sites include Forest Home and Sherman. For hours and program information please call:
- Forest Home: (414) 645-5350
- Sherman: (414) 267-8100
Summer Recreation Enrichment Camps (SREC):
This summer Hawley, Lancaster and Whitman will host SREC programs which are recreational day camps using weekly themes for children ages 3-12. Activities include reading and math enrichment, sports/games, arts/crafts, fine arts, outdoor education, educational field trips, clubs and more. A lunch and snack will be provided daily. Please click here for more information.