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Delta Spring Quest 2015

March 28, 2015

This year, over 230 Delta students participated in 21 Spring Quest youth camps in interest areas that included science, sports, cooking, art, guitar, and babysitting skills.  Now in its 13th year, Spring Quest Youth Activity camps, operated by the Continuing Education branch of the Delta School District, provide quality learning programs for children and youth in various Delta locations during the two weeks of Spring Break. 

“Up over thirty percent in total registration and with six new instructors, this has made Spring Break 2015 a tremendous success,” says Program Coordinator, Syd Sharp.

What sets Spring Quest apart from many Spring Break programs is that the camps are led by certified teachers or professional people with a strong background in a particular subject area.  The mission of Continuing Education’s Youth Activity Programs is to provide quality programs that are rich in learning, fun, personal development, and social interaction. 

Summer Quest camps will again be offered in July and August in the different communities within Delta. 

To learn more about the camps available, visit: http://onlineca.activecommunities.com/connectandlearn at any time or consult the Summer 2015 Continuing Education print catalogue being delivered to Delta homes on May 14.

Some highlights:
~ AWAKEN THE JUNIOR CHEF WITHIN
~ SCIENCE FUN
~ CLAY CREATIONS
~ SLAM DUNK BASKETBALL
~ ST. JOHN AMBULANCE BABYSITTING

To learn more about the camps available, visit: http://onlineca.activecommunities.com/connectandlearn