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March 27, 2002

Summer brings fun for kids at CSUS

Summer is just around the corner, and it once again promises a slew of athletic, educational and just plain fun programs for kids at California State University, Sacramento.

A variety of activities will be offered to fit every child's interests and needs.

Academic Talent Search will continue its popular offerings of accelerated and enrichment courses for sixth- through ninth-graders, many of them taught by CSUS faculty. Last year the program attracted almost 1,700 students to more than 100 classes.

Athletes ages five and older have a number of opportunities to improve their game. There will be boys' and girls' soccer camps, volleyball camps, softball camps and more.

Of course, a summer in the Sacramento region wouldn't be complete without water activities, and there will be several camps at the CSUS Aquatic Center at Lake Natoma. More than 3,500 children and teens are expected to participate in numerous activities, including rowing and sailing. Beginning and intermediate classes will be offered.

And WAVE Camp will be back this year with two sessions. The camp offers young people with disabilities a chance to participate in water polo, swimming, sailing and more.

Youth Programs at CSUS
Summer 2002

Some of the programs below are run by CSUS, and others are run by independent groups using campus facilities.

Learning

CSUS Academic Talent Search
(All summer - required testing in spring)
Grades 6-9
7750 College Town Dr., Suite 101
(916) 278-7032
http://edweb.csus.edu/Projects/ATS

Capitol Center MESA
• Summer Enrichment Program
(June 17-July 19)
Grades 3-6
• Middle School Discover Math Program
(June 17-July 22)
Grades 7-8
• High School Discover Math Program
(June 17-July 22)
Grades 9-12
7750 College Town Dr., Suite 205
(916) 278-4575

Science Adventures - Space Camp
(All summer)
Grades K-6
(800) 472-4362
www.scienceadventures.com

Recreational and sports

CSUS Aquatic Center at Lake Natoma
(June 3-28 and July 8 - Aug. 23)
Ages 5-18
1901 Hazel Ave.
(916) 985-7239
www.csusaquaticcenter.com

Nature Rangers
(Dates to be announced)
Grades K-3
CSUS Children's Center
(916) 278-6216

Girls' Soccer Camp
(July 14-19 and July 22-26)
Ages 5-17
(916) 278-5281

Boys' Soccer Camp
(July 22-26 and July 29 - Aug. 2)
Ages 6-18
(916) 278-6769

Sports Camp
(July 22-26 and July 29 - Aug. 2)
Ages 6-14
(916) 278-5281

Volleyball Camp
(July 29 - Aug. 3 and Aug. 5-9)
Grades 7-12
(916) 278-6427

Softball Camp
(June 24-27)
Ages 7-17
(916) 278-5376

WAVE Camp
(July 22-26 and July 28 - Aug. 1)
Water activities for youth with disabilities
(916) 278-5041

Action Learning Camp
(July 8-12 and Aug. 5-9)
Grades 5-8
Experiential learning and non-competitive play
(916) 278-6321
www.peakadventures.org

Backpacking Camp
(July 15-19 and July 22-26)
Grades 5-8
Backpacking in the Sierra Nevada
(916) 278-6321
www.peakadventures.org

Backpacking/Rafting Camp
(Aug. 12-16 and Aug. 19-23)
Grades 5-8
Backpacking in the Sierra Nevada, and a rafting trip
(916) 278-6321
www.peakadventures.org


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