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Dallas teacher gives advice on finding best summer destination By Deb Silverthorn Special to the TJP Saturday night campouts, s’mores, bunkmate besties and what’s on the “other side of the lake” are all memories of summer sleep-away fun, be it a two- or fourweek or all-summer stay away. In Helene Abrams, area families can find Read more » Read more Â»
With more than 7,000 overnight camps in the United States, parents can feel intimidated about choosing the one that’s right for their child. Fortunately, there exists an industry ready to help: camp advisers. “I know people who just send their kids wherever their kids’ friends have gone without investigating other options,” said Stephanie Vordick, a Read more » Read more Â»
By Jenny Wolkowitz Parents often come to me too late in the season to find the perfect summer experience for their child. In many cases, the only session in which their child can participate – nestled between baseball season, family vacation and start of school – is already filled. The camp experience is an opportunity not replicated Read more » Read more Â»
COMMUNITY SERVICE – A BENIFIT OR BURDEN ON A COLLEGE RESUME by Jenny Wolkowitz, Tips on Trips and Camps, St. Lous, MO Community service programs have risen in popularity, chiefly in response to high school requirements for community service hours. As a teen summer trip advisor, I am often asked, “Will doing a community service Read more » Read more Â»
TEEN SAILING EXPEDITIONS – NOT A PARTY AT SEA Hundreds of summer opportunities exist for teens to break from the rigor of the school year and explore a passion. There are programs for language, community service, campus study, adventure/wilderness trips, sports specialties, and the arts, just to name a few. When a parent hears about Read more » Read more Â»