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Camp Rotary - Summer 2018

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Camp Rotary is a private, nonprofit, educational, independent, co-ed overnight camp for kids ages 7 – 15. The camp has a rich history dating back to 1921 when it was founded as a service project of the Lynn Rotary Club. Although the majority of our campers come from the northeastern section of Massachusetts, there are campers from many other states that make the trip each summer. Additionally, each year the camp has children participating from several South American and European countries. The average age of the campers is approximately 12 years old, but typically there are campers of every age bracket from 7 to 15 years old represented each session.

TMMS Camp Rotary Recipients Summer 2018:
Josecite Quaheim
Alana Walker

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Endicott College - Summer 2018

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A Lynn Public Schools and Endicott College Partnership

Learning and Leadership Program (LLP) Goals
The following goals have been defined for LLP:

  • to support and enhance the development of creative and critical thinking skills in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and the visual & performing arts
  • to develop the leadership capacity of students who will soon be entering high school
  • to increase student engagement in life-long learning
  • to offer this opportunity to all qualified students regardless of their ability to pay

Program Description

  • The Learning and Leadership Program was developed by a team from Northshore Education Consortium, the former Director of Summer Session at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA, the Vice President of Academic Affairs and deans from Arts and Science and Visual and Performing Arts at Endicott College.  The highly successful pilot program was held in 2010 and included 36 students from Lynn Public Schools.  This year’s program will be Lynn-based and replicate the successful 2010 model.
  • The 2018 Learning and Leadership Program will be a three-week residential academic program held at Endicott College for 36 high-achieving students from the Lynn Public Schools. 
  • The cohort will be comprised of students entering 8th grade in the Lynn Public Schools in September 2018 with the intention that these students will return to their middle schools and be leaders during their last year of middle school. 
  • Program dates for students will be July 16 – August 3, 2018.  Students will arrive on campus early Monday mornings and depart campus after lunch on Fridays.

The primary focus of LLP classes is STEM.  Visual and performing arts classes, leadership workshops/classes and recreational activities (not typically available to our students) provide for a well-balanced experience.

Accepted TMMS Scholars:

Gabriella Burke
Guliani Acevedo
Jaylynn Brooks
Cristina Lopez
Daileny Torres
Emmah Faris-Howes
Heady Acosta Andino

Jephthah Onyighichi
Isaiah Navarro
Derek Garcia Rodriguez
Dario Gomez Mendez
Brayam Panmo Nokoua
Collin O’Reilly
Manuel Leon Tejada

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Ruben Matul Cardona

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