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"Adventures in Learning" await students in summer camp programs

July 14, 2013

Photo by Amy Cherry Youngsters in the ECCSS Pretty Princess Character Camp spent the week participating in an array of activities geared toward building self-confidence. This is just one of the many summer camps offered through the school system.

For the second consecutive year the Elk County Catholic School System is offering a summer camp program focusing in the areas of religion, academic, arts, music, sports and character building as a way to emphasize that learning is a lifelong process, not something that happens just nine months of the year while school is in session.
All students from throughout the area are invited to participate in the camps, all of which are instructed by ECCSS faculty.

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