Summer 2019 CPS Creative Writing & Summer Reading Camp Application
The Summer 2019 CPS Creative Writing & Summer Reading Camp is a free camp for rising 6th, 7th and 8th grade CPS students who are interested in expanding their experiences with writing beyond academic writing and becoming immersed in summer reading. Students who will enter Grades 6-8 in September 2019 (currently in grades 5-7) are eligible to apply.

Two 3-week sessions are available. Students may apply to one or both sessions.

Cost: FREE! Includes a morning snack
Location: Putnam Avenue Upper School (PAUS)
Time: 8:30a-11:30a
Dates: - Session 1 (3 Weeks): July 8 - July 26
- Session 2 (3 Weeks): July 29 - August 16

Space is limited and registration will close on Friday, May 31. You will receive confirmation of your enrollment as soon a possible.

If you are interested in participating in 1 session of the ELA Camp and 1 session of the Morning Math Camp, please complete the Morning Math application available at www.cpsd.us/departments/math.

If you have any questions or are unable to complete this form electronically, please call 617.349.7762.
Full-Day Paid Option for Summer *Math* Learning - Limited Space Available!
Through a partnership with the Moore Youth Center, a limited number of spaces are available for students interested in extending their summer *math* learning through the paid 'Mission Possible: Solve It!' program. ***Priority for this program will be given to students who are enrolled in the CPS Morning Math program.***

The 'Mission Possible: Solve It!' program runs for 8 weeks total, from June 24 - August 16, for a total of 8 one-week sessions. Students may apply for as many of the week-long sessions as they would like. ***Priority for this program will be given to students who are enrolled in the CPS Morning Math program.*** Cost information and the schedule for the full-day sessions are as follows:

* Week 1 (June 24 - June 28): Full-day (8:30a-6:00p) at the Moore Youth Center (12 Gilmore Street, Cambridge). Cost: $150.

* Week 2 (July 1 - July 5): Full-day (8:30a-6:00p) at the Moore Youth Center (12 Gilmore Street, Cambridge). Cost: $150.

* Weeks 3, 4 and 5 (July 8 - July 26): Full-day session that includes mornings (8:30a-11:30a) at PAUS and afternoons (12:00p-6:00p) at the Moore Youth Center. Moore Youth Center Workers will accompany students from PAUS to the Moore Youth Center during Weeks 3-8. Cost: $75.

* Weeks 6, 7 and 8 (July 29 - August 16): Full-day session that includes mornings (8:30a-11:30a) at PAUS and afternoons (12:00p-6:00p) at the Moore Youth Center. Moore Youth Center Workers will accompany students from PAUS to the Moore Youth Center during Weeks 3-8. Cost: $75.

Questions regarding the 'Mission Possible: Solve It!' program may be directed to Kaitlyn Kelley at 617.349.6273 or kakelley@cambridgema.gov. Scholarship information is available upon request.
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