A Local Nursery School Is Offering A Summer Camp For School-Aged Children

The program is expected to begin this Wednesday and will run through the end of the summer.

DULUTH, Minn. – Many summer camps around the Northland are already choosing not open for the season to prevent the potential spread of the coronavirus.

Fortunately, University Nursery School isn’t one of them canceling summer programming.

University Nursery School’s location, in the Harbor Highlands community, has been transformed to offer a full-time summer program.

It can accommodate up to 30 kids aging 6-12.

Students will get a chance to participate in a range of fun and educational activities such as stem inspired science projects and cooking classes.

The CEO believes it’s important to still give parents options as the pandemic continues.

“Because of the horrors going on many summer camps will not be running,” said CEO Kathy Das. “There is a lot of people who need a safe place for their children to be and this will be that safe place.

The program is expected to begin this Wednesday and will run through the end of the summer.

For more information, call the University Nursery School at 218-727-8314.

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