This is a guest post from Kevin Hahn, Youth Programming Manager, Community Education.
It’s the time of year for parents and guardians where the end of the school year is clearly in sight. There is an excitement that accompanies that feeling, but that excitement can quickly change to panic and stress: “the end of the school year is coming, and what are we going to do with the kids!” The feeling is normal; take a deep breath and think about your needs for the summer. If those needs include a summer camp experience, there are many choices: day camp, overnight camp, weeks offered, the programs offered, and more. The options can be overwhelming, but following a few tips can make the experience rewarding for the whole family.