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    Summer Activities for Teens in the Summer

    Families: A quick glimpse of possible Summer Activities. Ongoing updates to this page so stay tuned for more information as dates/applications become available. Watch web and PTSA newsletter and/or see Ms. Fraley, 7th/8th counselor.

    Summer Jobs:

    UW Summer Youth Programs

    Registration is now open. For a list of classes, check out https://www.summer-camp.uw.edu/. For more information email sypinfo@uw.edu or call 206. 685.6525 or see Ms. Fraley. Scholarships may be available​

     

    Teen Jobs:

    YES: Youth Engaged in Service:  YES is a job readiness and leadership program for teens ages 13-18 that will connect students to a broad range of services.  Students can earn high school service hours and a $150 stipend

    SOS: Summer of Service: for students entering 7th, 8th or 9th grade in fall 2018.  The SOS program will help students make a difference in their community while gaining leadership/work skills.  Upon completion of program, students can earn $150 stipend

    High School Credit:

    Seattle Public Schools Skill Center:   Open to all 8th grade students entering 9th grade in fall of 2018.  This free program provides hands-on classes in real world careers from auto technology to medical careers.  Classes are located at various high schools. Students can earn .5 high school credit.

    Fun Camp Opportunities:

    Free June Camp for students experiencing  grief

     Camp Erin of King County is a free, week end camp for youth who are grieving the death of a significant person in their lives.  Youth ages 6-18 attend a week end camp experience that combines grief education and emotional support in fun, traditional camp activities.  Led by the Providence Hospice of Seattle.  Camp will be held June 14-16, 2019.   For more information and application, contact www.providence.org/camperinkc

    or see Ms. Fraley.  Deadline to apply is May 20, 2019

     

    Assistance League of Seattle Summer Scholarships

     

    Students:  Do you want to do something fun over the summer?  What is your passion? What do you want to learn?

    Any SPS students grades 6-11 can apply for a $500 scholarship from the Assistance League of Seattle to participate in a summer enrichment program of their choice, such as music, art, dance, cooking, outdoor camps, drama or technology.  Applications are due March 31, 2019.  Late applications will not be accepted.  You can download the application and get more information at:

     

    https://www.assistanceleague.org/seattle/enrichment-scholarship-application/   or see Ms. Fraley or Ms. Clauson for more information and application.

     

     

     

     

    Community Resources:

    Libraries: offers all types of free summer programs for teens.  Programs change every year, past programs included: “make media count”, “tinker lab”

    Gage Art Academy:   Free “Friday Night Teen Art Studio” during the summer

    Summer Movie Express Program:  Regal Thornton Stadium Movie Theater located at Northgate will show family movies during the summer for only $1 on Tuesdays and Wednesday morning starting at 10am

    Teen Tix: Free pass that gets you into movies, dance, theater, music and more for just $5.  It also offers various summer enrichment opportunities.