George Ma and Harjap Singh, currently seniors at Princeton Day School, have developed an online summer program that they say they hope will give local kids as close to a summer camp experience as possible.
Ma says the camp, called Tigers Online, will give kids the opportunity to interact with other children and will give parents the chance to not have to worry about their kids all day.
Each week, campers will receives materials for arts and crafts, education, and games that the counselors will help with virtually. A schedule of activities, crafts, work outs, reading, and math games will give campers plenty to do while quarantined at home.
The camp will take place during three weeks in June and costs $100/week.
Submitted by Tigers Online. More information can be found by emailing email@example.com or go to https://tigersonlinecamp.wixsite.com/princeton.
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