The Summer Program at Laurel School of Princeton
Planet Protectors, the Laurel School Summer Program, is in its 4th year and growing! The program emphasizes sustainability and environmental awareness through fun and educational activities.
Each summer, a unique learning experience is created to allow students to investigate a science topic that is of significance to our planet, while at the same time helping children with dyslexia excel. This summer, students will be environmental engineers while they learn to apply science and engineering practices, and principles of material science, chemistry, and ecology to remediate an oil spill.
The summer program includes:
- Individualized, small group reading and writing instruction
- Individualized, small group multisensory math instruction
- STEM exploration with an environmental focus
- Creative technology
Optional Full Day Program activities include:
- Creative Arts
- Sports/ Outdoor Activity
- Robotics/ Design/ Maker Activites
This unique program will take place at
The Laurel School of Princeton
75 Mapleton Road
Princeton, NJ 08540.
Our campus offers a wonderful environment that allows our students to use lovely fields and gardens for play and study. We have a fully equipped science and technology lab where campers will carry out a variety of experiments. Students also have full access to our Maker Space.
Planet Protectors, designed for students in grades 1-8, is not only for Laurel Students – students from surrounding public, private, and charter schools are welcome to experience and benefit from our approach to teaching dyslexic individuals. It is structured to reinforce critical skills in the areas of reading, writing, and mathematics while at the same time enriching the knowledge of our students in the sciences.
Enroll Now – For additional information and registration forms call Laurel School of Princeton, 609-566-6000
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Half Day: 8:45AM – 12:30PM TBD
Full Day: 8:45AM – 3:00PM TBD