iCode of Wellesley is an after school and summer camp that engages children ages 6 – 18 in a dynamic STEAM learning experience using AGILE. Sign up here for a free event at the Wellesley Free Library.
SPONSORED POST: The wait is over. New York’s top-rated summer technology program, SummerTech, finally comes to the Wellesley area this summer for three amazing weeks in late July and early August. SummerTech is the only summer STEM program that teaches to the individual. Our 3:1 student-to-teacher ratio enables kids to move at their own pace through college-level coding classes, animation, web development, 3D modeling courses, gaming events, and more.
Stop by Summer Tech’s Open House event on Sunday, March 17, 10am – 4pm, at Regis College. Meet our founder and directors as we present to you a new kind of STEM program that grows with children and offers them community, social activities, and leadership opportunities like none other.
SummerTech features a living, evolving curriculum that features the foundations and building blocks to becoming a developer. Our ability to teach at all levels means your child will never outgrow us or repeat curriculum. The academic experience is based on the individual. Kids always progress at their own pace!
SummerTech’s typical day features classes in your child’s main focus of study, an elective, sports and recreation, gaming, social activities as well as lunch and dinner. Students can stay as late as 9pm or even stay overnight in the dorms.
We look forward to seeing you on Summer Tech’s Open House on Sunday, March 17, 10am – 4pm at Regis College. Tell your friends!
It’s time to sign your child up for the summer camp experience of a lifetime. Whether they’re into coding, arts and crafts, sports, or nature, there’s a camp out there for them. The Swellesley Report’s Summer Camps page is now updated with over 50 camps in Wellesley and beyond. Thanks to SummerTech, our Camps Page sponsor, for their swell support.
Check out other great camps like Charles River Creative Arts Program, Dana Hall Girls Summer Leadership Program, Dedham Country Day Camp, Fay Summer, Gymnastics Express, iCode, Club Kidville, LINX, Summer at Riverbend, Tenacre Day Camp, Wellesley Theatre Project, and more.
Want to advertise YOUR summer camp? Contact us at [email protected]
From the Sustainable Energy Committee:
Wellesley’s Sustainable Energy Committee (SEC) is seeking a new member who will be appointed by the Board of Selectmen (BOS) to complete a term that ends on June 30, 2020.
Applicants should indicate their interest to the Chair, Laura Olton, at [email protected]. The SEC consists of four BOS-appointed members, plus one representative from each of the following: BOS, School Committee and Wellesley Municipal Light Plant (WMLP).
According to the bylaw establishing the SEC: “The Committee shall propose sustainable energy goals, to reduce Town greenhouse gas emissions from the municipal, residential, commercial, industrial and institutional sectors, to Town Meeting. The Committee shall prepare a multiyear action plan to achieve the Town sustainable energy goals and shall revise it as needed. The Committee shall work with municipal departments, businesses, institutions, and civic and volunteer organizations to initiate and carry out actions to achieve these goals and shall coordinate municipal activity with initiatives of these other organizations. The Committee shall prepare an annual Town-wide emissions inventory and develop an annual action plan that includes significant planned initiatives by both municipal and community organizations.”
Since its establishment in 2010, the SEC has led many successful initiatives including:
SPONSORED POST: Kids love technology, games, and having fun with friends. Parents want to give their kids the best and brightest future possible. Everyone wins at Code Ninjas in Wellesley’s Linden Square. Kids learn to code through our engaging game-based curriculum that teaches teamwork, logic, math, and problem solving. They gain vital skills while having a blast. That’s the Code Ninjas way!
Start out by scheduling a tour of Code Ninjas and your kids will get a free min-coding lesson with one of our wonderful senseis. Sign the kids up and take advantage of our Founding Family special rates at savings of up to $720/year. The special ends March 31st or when we reach 75 families.
Or stop by at our Open House on Sunday, March 17, 2:30pm – 3:30pm and learn more about what Code Ninjas while your kids experience what it’s like to be a ninja at the center. RSVP online here, on Facebook, or call at (781) 591-2413.
Code Ninjas offers eight different camps starting June 24. Early enrollment pricing of $299 ends April 1. Enroll your kids in both camps to make a full day and receive an additional 5% off.