Students at the Ysleta Independent School District will have a chance to take part in fun, engaging and interactive summer camps as part of the district’s annual Performing and Learning At Ysleta (PLAY) summer program.
Beginning June 10, select schools throughout YISD will offer three-week PLAY camps from Monday through Thursday in a variety of subjects, including robotics, forensics, art, engineering, culinary arts and theater arts.
The PLAY program, which ends June 27, gives students the opportunity to enhance their academic skills by participating in enrichment camps while also providing a safe, fun and engaging environment during the summer at no cost to parents.
PLAY camps are open to all YISD students in kindergarten through fifth grades, and take place at North Loop, Del Valle, Tierra Del Sol, Eastwood Heights, Thomas Manor, Desertaire and Ysleta elementary schools.
Here are titles of PLAY camps that are available by grade level.
Kindergarten through second grade: Master Chef Jr.; Artful Science; Coding with Jr. Robots; “Play” with Puppets.
Third and fourth grades: Master Chef; Forensic Investigations; STEM Projects; Lights, Camera, Action!; and 3D ROBO.
Fifth and sixth grades: Forensic Investigations; Project Funway; Mini Med Camp; Young Rembrandts; Math Craft; Advanced Math in a 3D World; and Shutterbugs.
For details, please call the YISD Academics Department at 915-434-0587.