Anna’s Place NOLA Holding Virtual Summer Camp for Grades K-12
Camp will have academic, enrichment and music programming; next session begins July 6
NEW ORLEANS (press release) – Anna’s Place NOLA, a youth service provided to Treme families by St. Anna’s Episcopal Church, will hold its second session of summer camp virtually, on July 6-July 17 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. for academic and enrichment, and from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. for music lessons.
The camp will incorporate arts, STEM, reading and cultural programs for children in grades Kindergarten-12. In partnership with local restaurant GW Fins, Anna’s Place will provide lunches on Fridays to campers.
“All camp services are delivered by an educated and caring staff,” said APNOLA Director Brianna Carr.
Activities include social-emotional learning classes, STEM/STEAM activities, Arts and Crafts, Reading Comprehension, ACT Prep, Job Readiness, Mindfulness, Visual Arts, Vocal Music, African Drumming, and Dance.
In addition, the teens (age 14-18) will be participating in the Loyola Academy’s research program on environmental issues that impact New Orleans.
The youth camp is offered to students age 5-18 with computer and internet access. The camp will be held using the Google Classroom platform. Please contact Anna’s Place if you do not have a computer, as there is a limited number available to loan for summer camp.
Cost for Anna’s Place NOLA Summer Camp is $300 per week per child or $600 for the full session. Scholarships are available.
“Individuals or organizations seeking to support our efforts with their donations should contact me to help us defray these operational costs,” said Ms. Carr.