Summer Enrichment Camp
for families with children from rising kindergarten – rising 6th grade
Summer Enrichment Camp offers students the chance to run, jump, laugh, and play together as they imagine, explore, and discover in a safe and nurturing educational environment. Imprints Cares summer camp is led by a team of experienced teachers and teacher assistants that provide students with a memorable summer enrichment experience.
Summer camp is designed for rising kindergarteners through middle schoolers. Weekly themes guide students as they explore new and creative ideas while participating in healthy activities.
For a student currently enrolled in the Expanded Learning Before & After School Care program, access the Parent Portal to sign up for Summer Camp. Parents of students not currently in an Expanded Learning program will need to complete registration to sign up for camp.
Monday – Friday
7:00 am — 6:00 pm
$190 per Week
Registration opens soon.
Pick and choose your weeks!
The safety, health, and well-being of all involved with Summer Camp at every location are the top priorities for Imprints Cares. We take these measures very seriously and will continue working to make camp fun and safe for everyone.
Locations for Summer Camp 2023:
Vienna Elementary School
Meadowlark Middle School
Smith Farm Elementary
Weekly Themes & Adventures
Imprints Cares Summer Camp features educational themes and field trips every week! Campers will take part in stimulating experiences while they learn about new things in engaging ways. Campers can pick the weeks they attend.
Download the 2023 Summer Camp calendar below.
Summer Enrichment Camp for Students with Exceptional Needs
Imprints Cares offers a full-day summer camp in Forsyth County for students with exceptional needs. Our highly qualified educators provide care that meets the needs of community families and helps children thrive.
How to Register for Summer Enrichment Camp for Students with Exceptional Needs
Students are considered new if they have never attended the Inclusion Program or Summer Camp for Students with Exceptional Needs or have not attended the Inclusion Program or Summer Camp in the last two (2) years.
To start registration, call Janelle at 336-722-6296 x 1223
First, we'll ask you a few questions about your child.
For students with special needs, we may schedule an interview between you and Ms. Betty (or other Inclusion Program staff) to determine eligibility and care needs.
If eligible, we will provide you with an Unlock Code so you can complete your child's registration online.
Don't have an Unlock Code? Call Janelle to start the registration process outlined above. If you have your Unlock Code, click the "Register Here" button below to finish registering online.
Footprints to Kindergarten Camp
Footprints to Kindergarten Camp is a developmentally appropriate summer enrichment camp program for rising kindergarteners to help prepare these students to be ready for school.
“We’ve loved the variety that Imprints Cares summer camp had for our children, such as water activities, science and art projects, field trip excursions, and varied sports games. Their excitement grew when they saw the summer theme schedule! They couldn’t wait to hang out with their school friends and meet new friends. Another great summer!”
– Mary Ellen, Mom of two
What is the cost of the PAT program for parents?PAT is FREE for families. The cost of the program is covered by grants and other donations, so there is no charge for the families who participate.
Can anyone receive home visits from PAT?Families must live in Forsyth County, have a child aged 0–5 years, and be experiencing one or more family stressors identified by the PAT National Office to qualify for the program. If you have a question about eligibility for your family or a family you know, please reach out to Julia Barnes at 336-713-9742. Para español, llame a Maria Stockton al 336-713-9743
Who makes the home visits for PAT?The Imprints Cares' staff who make the home visits are called family educators. All family educators have college degrees (many have a Master’s degree), have been thoroughly vetted with extensive background checks, and have been trained in the evidence-based PAT model. Eight (8) family educators are bilingual, and four (4) are native Spanish speakers. Altogether, our family educators have a combined 65+ years of experience at Imprints Cares. Our family educators care greatly about the families they serve and want to help them and their children succeed.
Can families be court-ordered to participate in the PAT program?The program is voluntary for families. They can start and stop anytime they choose, until their youngest child starts kindergarten or they move out of the county.
Does PAT help parents with home schooling?No, we are a home visiting program for families with children ages 0–5 years. We help parents get their children ready for kindergarten by providing parenting support, developmental screenings, resource connections, and parent/child activities that equip parents to be their child’s first and best teacher.