Kids learn lots at Educamp in Rowland Heights

Henry David Thoreau would appreciate this learning experience. Sitting under a shady tree as you study.

Alas, there was no pond, but there was a lot of playground equipment, which the young students probably enjoyed more anyway.

Welcome to Educamp, a pilot program offered this summer at
Carolyn Rosas Park in Rowland Heights – a place where kids 4 to 12 years
old study math and language arts in the morning, then kick back for day
camp fun in the afternoon.

“It’s a great program for the kids. I like to take them
outside to study under the trees,” said teacher Kris Mendoza. “We want
to make learning fun with different games and activities.”

Read more about the program in Richard Irwin’s story Educamp.