Amid the continued LAUSD and Regional Center summer program cuts, Special Needs Network is excited to announce that this year’s Joe Patton Academy Camp (Camp JPAC) – the only free inclusion summer camp for special needs children and their typically-developing siblings and peers ages 5 to 16 – will run from July 16 to August 30.
Camp JPAC is a two-week program that runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm every week day. There is also before care from 8:00 to 9:00 am and after care from 4:00 to 6:00 pm. Campers will participate in a variety of recreational programs including academic enrichment, dance, theater, music, arts and crafts, and field trips to local attractions. Additionally, the Los Angeles Sparks will conduct a special basketball clinic, and graduate students from the University of Southern California will lead a robotics program focusing on math, science, and technology.
Tuition at Camp JPAC is valued at over $1,000 per cycle per child. It is subsidized by our generous sponsors and donors in order to provide children from low and low-to-moderate income families with a safe and fun haven where they can explore and develop their imaginations and skills while engaging in fun and educational activities. Call our office to inquire about how you can sponsor a camper!
Apply today at www.campjpac2012.eventbrite.com
*Please note that due to limited space and high demand, submission of application does not guarantee a spot at Camp JPAC. Admission will be granted based on need.