School may be out, but learning continues at Union County Schools this summer. 11 different summer camps and programs will be offered. For K-2, Camp Candy will be held at Buffalo from June 13-23 on Monday-Thursday. Third graders can attend Summer Reading Camp at Buffalo from June 13-July 1, Monday-Friday. Summer Splash Camp is offered for grades 4-5, also from June 13-July 1, Monday-Friday. Summer on the Farm will welcome students in grades 2-5 to the Career and Technology Center on June 13-16. They will have a morning session from 8-11 a.m. or an afternoon session from 12-3 p.m. Urban League Camp will be offered at Foster Park, Buffalo, and Sims for grades K-5 and 6-8 from June 13-July 28, Monday-Thursday, except for the week of July 4.
The school district’s STEM Camp is for rising 7-8 graders and will be held at Sims from June 13-30, Monday-Thursday. The middle school content recovery program, which is the traditional summer school for middle schoolers, will be held at Sims and Jonesville June 7-30, Monday-Thursday.
Jacket Training Camp for rising 9th graders will be August 1-5 at Union County High School. The UCHS/USCU Early College Summer Program for rising 9th graders will be June 13-July 29. It is a virtual, self-paced summer program. The UCHS Credit Recovery Program, the high school’s traditional summer school for 9-12 graders, will be June 7-22, Monday-Thursday, at the high school. The UCHS Initial Credit Program for 9-12 graders will be held June 7-30, Monday-Thursday, at the high school.
In addition, Dr. Lacresha Byrd said middle schoolers were sent home a flyer about a summer math challenge that will begin on June 20 and go for six weeks. The Urban League of the Upstate is providing food for all the district’s camps in June and July. For more information, contact Dr. Lacresha Byrd or Rhonda Hollingsworth at the district office.