AUM spring break camp to help kids unplug March 26-30
The groundhog may have predicted six more weeks of winter, but spring break will be here before you know it. If you have to work while the kids are out of school, consider sending your little ones to Auburn Montgomery’s “Unplugged” spring break camp for a week of healthy, high-energy fun.
Hosted by AUM’s Division of Continuing Education on March 26-30, the camp will offer a high-quality childcare option for children in grades K-5. Campers will enjoy daily cooking lessons, brain dance activities, nutrition lessons, Zumba, martial arts, bike riding and Wii Fit.
“This camp is designed to get children unplugged from school so that when they return they will be energized and focused in the classroom,” said program manager Rebecca Bloodworth. “Studies show that children with healthy eating and exercise habits perform better in school.”
Camp will run from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with early drop-off and late pickup available, at the Center for Lifelong Learning located at 75 Techna Center Drive. Tuition is $248, which includes lunch, snacks and supplies. Register by March 15 to receive a $10 discount. Register or learn more at www.aum.edu/coned or by calling 244-3804.
Feb. 20, 2012