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The Summer Enrichment Program has been a part of Auburn University College of Education's Department of Curriculum & Teaching early childhood education program for approximately 25 years. It is an academic program taught by undergraduate pre-service teachers who prepare and implement lesson plans in all subject areas including math, science and language arts. The environment is designed to provide opportunities for children to think critically and to solve problems in multiple scholastic and social domains. Parents should consider enrolling their children in this program because of the opportunities it offers to make new friends and to participate in exciting, educational activities. Also, because the low enrollment cap (50 children maximum), practicum students are able to spend quality one-on-one time with the children and thus can work on reading and math skills on individual levels.
The Early Childhood Education Summer Enrichment Program is for children ages 4 - 8 and runs 8:00 - 12:00 p.m., Monday - Thursday, from June 7 through July 22 (Session 1 is June 7-10, 14-17, and 21-24; Session 2 is June 28-July 1, 12-15, and 19-22); it is housed in Haley Center, Rooms 2430, 2438, and 2442. The price is $20.00 registration fee per child and $60.00 per session per child. The summer 2004 theme is "Things that Fly."
The Summer Enrichment Program coordinator and supervisor is Dr. Candra D. Thornton, assistant professor, early childhood education.
Last Updated: Jun 16, 2011