LEWISTON AFTERSCHOOL

Lewiston Public Schools Summer Programs

 

Elementary Programs

The Lewiston Public Schools Elementary Summer Enrichment Program for students entering 1-6 grade will be held at McMahon Elementary School (151 North Temple Street in Lewiston). This program is open to students who currently attend Geiger, Longley, Martel, and McMahon Schools.  This program includes academic support, engaging activities, and field trips each week.

The program runs July 8-August 2 (Monday-Friday) from 8:45am-12:45pm. Breakfast, lunch, and bus transportation are provided for all students.

 
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LMS Summer Enrichment

July 8-August 8, 2019 Monday-Thursday 8:00am-12:00pm

Choose from Cooking, Robotics, Theater and Performance, Visual Art and Crime Scene Investigation!

There is no cost for the program. Breakfast and lunch are provided.

Bus transportation will be provided from various locations throughout the city.

Attendance is required! Students may be asked to leave the program if absent more than once.

Registration filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Sign up now!

Questions?
Please contact Jenn Carter at 207-212-6605 or
jcarter@lewistonpublicschools.org

LMS Standards Recovery

 

Community Summer Programs

Check out these amazing summer opportunities from our Community Partners! There is something for everyone! 

 
 
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ISKU FILAN Girls Summer Leadership Program

Longley Elementary School, 145 Birch Street, Lewiston, ME 04240

July 8-August 2, 2019 (Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays)

The ISKU FILAN Girls Summer Leadership Program is open to girls entering grades 3-6 in Fall 2019 who currently attend Geiger, Longley, Martel, and McMahon Elementary Schools.

The program will meet at McMahon School July 8-August 2 (Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday) from 12:45-2:45pm following the 21st Century Elementary summer program.

Girls will learn the skills needed to become a strong, powerful girl in the Somali tradition. Skills will include how to be a good friend, how to care for themselves, and how to grow up strong in their identity. We will also learn sewing, cooking, do fun science projects, dance, create art, and have a lot of fun!

This group is open to girls of all cultures and backgrounds. The program will end with a community celebration for girls and their families. The program is led by Fowsia Musse of Maine Community Integration with support from Lewiston 21st Century staff.

For more information, contact Fowsia Musse at 207-576-6329 or fowsiam@hotmail.com

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Camp Smiles

Lewiston Armory, 65 Central Ave, Lewiston, ME 04240

June 24th to August 16th, 7:30am-5:30pm

Cost - $900 for Full Summer

Camp Smiles provides an exciting, fun-filled, safe environment where children are encouraged to express their creativity through special activities and develop good sportsmanship by participating in cooperative groups and games. Transportation to and from day camp is not provided. Money, toys, and other personal items are not permitted at camp. Parents are encouraged to speak to the team leaders, the camp director, and/or the assistant director on a daily basis to inquire about their child’s day. Parents must sign in their children daily and sign their children out upon pick-up. Breakfast and lunch (free) will be provided daily by the Lewiston School Nutrition Program.

For more information, contact Joseph Crocker at 207-513-3005 or recdept@lewistonmaine.gov.


Maine Immigrant & Refugee Services(MIRS)

Meirs.org 256 Bartlett St , Lewiston, ME 04240

July 1st - July 5th, 8:00am-12:00noon

Fun educational, social, cultural and art summer program.

Our program will also include juvenile justice education for youth and their parents.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

For More information, contact Rilwan Osman at 207-753-2700 x101 or rilwan@meirs.org






4-H Community Central - Summer of Science

July 2 - August 16 in various locations

Elementary & High School Opportunties

4-H Community Central visits Lewiston summer programs to provide experiential hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math activities for kids grade 3-6.

Various locations including Lewiston Housing - Hillview, 21st Century at McMahon, Lewiston Public Library, YWCA, Boys and Girls Club Auburn/Lewiston and more!

High School students serve as Teen Leaders, teaching and mentoring youth.

For more information, contact Laura Personette at  laura.personette@maine.edu or (207) 783-8539 ext. 16

 

“Sometimes people/kids think science is ‘ick’ and ‘boring’
but I say science is fun – even without explosions!”
— - Elementary Student
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Lewiston Summer Fun & Films

This Fun and Films program has been presented in various locations throughout the city in order to engage as many community members as possible. All pre-movie activities, popcorn, water, and the featured film are provided free of charge. Our goal has always been to produce a family-friendly event that is fun, entertaining, and accessible for the entire community.

CHECK OUT OUR 2019 MOVIE SCHEDULE!

For more information, contact Officer Joe Philippon at  jphilippon@lewistonmaine.gov or 207-513-3010

 

YMCA Kids Camp

Auburn-Lewiston YMCA | 62 Turner Street Auburn, ME 04240 

Mondays through Fridays, 6/21/18 - 8/24/18 

6 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Parents asked, and we listened: Y Kids Camp is back for children in grades K–5. Part of a nationwide initiative, Y Kids Camp aims to battle summer learning “backslide” so kids return to school ready to learn.

Y Kids Camp is based at the Y in Auburn and caters to curious kiddos, weaving STEM and literacy activities into daily games and weekly field trips. For the school age child that needs further help in their education goals, or for the prevention of summer literacy loss, the Y Kids Camp offers a great opportunity.

This camp is housed at the Y but incorporates field trips within the community, including a weekly trip to swim! Early education teachers, artists, coaches, and other professionals help to make each week unique and exciting.

Cost : Member $130 wk /Nonmember $140 wk  | Scholarships are available

For More information, contact Niel James at njames@alymca.org or 207-795-4095

 

 

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