Summer Rec-Pac , Fairfax County Recreation Department
Rec-PAC (Pretty Awesome Children), operated by Fairfax County Park Authority, is a six week structured recreation program with emphasis on leisure skills designed for elementary school children. Participants will have an opportunity to enjoy a wide variety of activities such as: fun and fitness, indoor and outdoor games, team sports, nature, crafts, storytelling, sports festivals, talent shows and supervised play sessions. Each location has a ratio of 1 staff person to 18 participants.
Rec-Quest program, Fairfax County Recreation Department
When Fairfax County Public Schools are closed for the spring, summer and winter breaks, RECQuest offers an engaging, healthy and affordable recreation program for children to learn, play and serve. Activities include team sports, games, arts and crafts, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) programming, service projects, cultural field trips and much more! Free nutritious lunches and snacks are served.
Fairfax County 4-H offers many exciting activities for our youth ages 5 – 19, and is proud to have a strong 4-H Program!
Elks Camp (Sleep Away Camp)
The Virginia Elks Youth Camp is one of two Major State Projects of the Virginia Elks Association. Thirty Elk Lodges located throughout the Old Dominion recruit and pay for the campers from their communities. Campers range in age from 8 to 13, and they attend for one full week , Sunday through Saturday. The first two weeks of camp are for girls and the last two weeks are for boys.
Tech Adventure Camp, Fairfax County Public Schools
Tech Adventure Camp is designed to give students the opportunity to explore careers and technology as they rotate through eight areas over a two-week program. The camp is open to students in grades 5-7 during the 2016-17 school year.
VIP CAMP, Fairfax County Public Schools
FCPS and Fairfax County Department of Neighborhood and Community Services (DNCS) have teamed up to offer a 5 week camp for rising 7th and 8th graders. Our camp will be a combination of students from the following middle schools: Kilmer, Glasgow, Holmes, Jackson, Poe, and Thoreau. Bus transportation will be provided from various pick-up locations which will be communicated in June prior to the start of camp.