Summer CAMP 2014 Register today!



FNC proudly presents the 

3rd Annual Summer CAMP Programs! 

CAMP = Children’s Academic Motivational Programs


July 7th - August 7th, 2014
Monday - Thursday, 5:30 - 7:30pm
K - 8th Grades

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Get $10 off!


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Session 1: Monday, May 19th at 6pm 

Waldorf West Branch Library 

Meeting Room B 

10405 O’Donnell Pl, Waldorf, MD 


Session2: Sunday, May 25th at 3pm 

Future Next Headquarters 

10665 Stanhaven Place 

 Café Conference Room (Rm. 3120) 

White Plains, MD 

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The 3rd Annual Summer CAMP program will provide students an opportunity to get out of the house during the summer months and be engaged in academic and enrichment activities. Studies show that children experience 22 percent loss over the summer, and this program will aim to reduce the gap by providing a bridge between the school years. The goal is to provide children a place to experience productive but fun learning where creativity is encouraged and guidance is provided by knowledgeable instructors.

 The program will run July 7th – August 7th, Monday through Thursday evenings from 5:30 – 7:30pm in Waldorf, Maryland.


Program Overview: 



Monday: MATH 

4th – 8th grade  

This program is designed to reinforce math concepts through authentic and interesting activities and experiences. Activities will include competitive games, group projects, and real-world examples. Students will be grouped by skill level.

Plus: K – 3rd grade Enrichment on Monday evenings!


Tuesday: SCIENCE 

4th – 8th grade

Led each week by a different professional engineer, the Science program will include interactive and hands on activities to excite students about science and engineering by showing them real-world applications. Program projects will include design competitions, science experiments, and hands-on projects covering topics such as aerospace, automotive, infrastructure, electronics, energy, and health. Activities will develop students’ critical thinking, logic, communication, and understanding of basic science concepts.

Wednesday: READING

4th – 8th grade

 An interactive program to get participants excited about reading and writing. Classroom discussions and activities will revolve around a selected book to help build comprehension, vocabulary, and critical thinking. Students will also keep a personal journal to allow for creativity and practicing writing skills.



4th – 8th grade

Anything can happen on Mystery Night! A different guest will come each week to give a presentation or lead activities on topics ranging from sign language, fitness, health, poetry, African American History, business, and more.

 Questions?? Contact Executive Director, Nicole Thomas at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.