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1. NY Hockey School - NJ, PA, NY - Hockey Training Camps
Serious Hockey Training camps for serious Hockey Players SFX Sports Group new york, NY provides all Scouts Agents N.Y.H.S. programs . NYHS MEMBERS ONLY CLUB N.Y. Hockey school Summer Hockey Training camps. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Summer Hockey Training Camps
NY Hockey School Serious Hockey Training for Serious Hockey Players
Do YOU want to PLAY in the NHL?
If you're looking for a fun summer hockey camp...this is not the summer hockey camp for you. But if you are looking for a HARD CORE CONCENTRATED SUMMER HOCKEY TRAINING CAMP, a true preparation for the NHL, with every opportunity to be scouted by sports agents for the NHL, and if you are willing to work hard and learn from professionals and special NHL Guests, then NYHS SUMMER HOCKEY TRAINING CAMP 2002 is where you can make your NHL dreams come true. You or your child will have the opportunity to be scouted by SPORTS AGENTS from SFX who have SUCCESSFULLY represented:
First Round NHL - #1 Draft Pick
2001-2002 ATLANTA THRASHERS: Led all NHL rookies with 10 goals and 15 points in 15 games during January - Read more of his NHL Bio - Click Here
First Round NHL - #3 Draft Pick
"A player with excellent size and strength. He excels in the physical aspects of the game and plays with a tough, aggressive style. A hard worker with a good understanding of the game. A fine puckhandler and creative playmaker". -

The camps of new york State Camp Directors Association represent the very finest staff, facilities Category Recreation camps Youth...... Other Needs. Winter/Spring Break programs, Military camps. Leadershipprograms. Afterschool programs. Disclaimer Privacy Statement

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3. New York Summer Camps And Summer Programs - School Of Visual Arts -
Summer programs at school of Visual Arts new york, NY 209 East 23rd Street. new york, NY 10010-3994 cultural life of new york City. (school of Visual Arts offers

4. New York Summer Camps And Summer Program -
Summer camps and Summer programs in Region 6 new york - show me other regions SaratogaSprings, NY, Skidmore College, new york State Summer school of the

5. OJJDP: Parenting Resources For The 21st Century - Out-Of-School Activities - Cam
a yearround bicycling team, bicycle racing camps, after-school programs, and college islocated in the magnificent Catskill Mountains of new york, only 2

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... American Cancer Society By entering "camps" into this Web site’s search engine, users receive a list of and links to 149 camps, events, and articles for children suffering from cancer and their families. Audubon Ecology Camps and Workshops, National Audubon Society Audubon Camps offer something for everyone. Adults, families, kids, teens, and teachers will enjoy spending their summer vacation exploring the natural world in extraordinary locations. Categories on the Audubon Web site include Adult Camps in Maine, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Wyoming, and Utah; Teacher Camps in Connecticut and Minnesota; Family Camps in Main and Minnesota; and Youth Camps in Maine, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Vermont. B.I.K.E. Bicycles and Ideas for Kids' Empowerment (B.I.K.E.) is a non-profit organization which teaches inner-city youth values and life skills through bicycling, tutoring, mentoring and leadership training. Programs include a year-round bicycling team, bicycle racing camps, after-school programs, and college scholarships. Camp Shane Camp Shane's warm and homelike atmosphere is devoted to children who want to lose weight. Founded in 1968, the camp is located in the magnificent Catskill Mountains of New York, only 2 hours from New York City. Our outstanding facilities feature all of the following exciting activities: go-carts, dune buggies, computers, video games, rocketry, riflery, water-sports on a nine mile lake, canoeing, a solar heated, olympic size pool, dance, aerobics, music, theater, all sports, woodworking, sewing, ceramics, arts and crafts, silk-screening, body building, jogging, ropes course, plus much, much more.

6. Summer Camps For High School Students - Writing Division Instructors - Columbia
CampPage directory of Summer camps in new york and Filmmaking camps in new york City, Long Island, Hollywood and Spain! Separate programs for High school (1418) and
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Writing Division Instructors
Leslie Woodard
Leslie Woodard graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Columbia University with a B.A. in literature/writing. She holds an M.A. in creative writing from New York University. Her stories have appeared in the anthologies Streetlights: Illuminating Tales of the Urban Black Experience and Men We Cherish. Her awards include the Bennett Cerf Award for Fiction and an Artist’s Fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts. Prior to her studies at Columbia, Ms. Woodard performed with the Dance Theater of Harlem for ten years. She currently directs the Undergraduate Creative Writing Program at Columbia. Courtney Baron
Courtney Baron received the B.A. in English from the University of Texas, and the M.F.A. from Columbia University. Baron’s play The Blue Room premiered at the 1999 Humana Festival, where it received a Heideman Award and was nominated for the American Theatre Critics Association’s Osborne Award. Her other productions include: Blackfish (Humana Festival), Dear Anton (Chekhov Now Festival), Dear Anton (workshopped at the Royal Court Theatre, London), Dream of Heaven and Hell (walkerspace, New York), The Good Night (Theatre for the New City, New York), Love as a Science (Seattle Fringe Festival), Clip (Frontera Fest), and The White Girl and the Sheep (Theatre Three, Dallas). Baron has also taught with Gotham Writers Workshops, Zoetrope Writers Workshops, the Bethesda Academy for the Performing Arts, the Women’s Project, and the Ozark Heritage Arts Center.

7. Recommending After-School Programs And Camps
at the 92nd Street Y in new york City, a of Kumon Centers specializing in afterschoolprograms for math Note that these camps and after-school programs are
Setting up an After-School Program Importance of After-School Programs Using Camps and After-School Programs in Teaching A Great Math Program ... Kids' Links
Here you will find articles from your peers. We welcome your contributions. Please send your articles to . We reserve the right to edit or reject any submission. Recommending After-School Programs and Camps for Your Students as A Teacher
Getting to know your pupils and suggesting camp and after-school programs can be very beneficial for you as a teacher. These programs will allow you to help your students to achieve ever-higher standards and, at the same time, allow your students to learn about themselves and become motivated learners. These after-school program and camp experiences will help your students to succeed in your classroom and the rest of their lives.
When recommending any supplemental programs for a student, you must leave the control with the parents. Both you and they know it is your job to teach their child. In order to help the parents to understand that you accept and welcome that responsibility, make it clear first that you are concerned for their child and his/her long-range success just as they are. Then it is their choice whether or not to avail themselves of your recommendation.

8. Child Care Information For Parents In Western New York. WNYRIN
Children and Family Services. Nursery school programs may request a registrationpermit from the new york State Education Department. Summer Day camps request a
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Child Care Information for Parents
1. Types of Child Care Facilities and Programs
2. Child Care Regulations
3. Accreditation
4. Child Care Resource and Referrals ... 5. Financial Assistance
Choosing quality child care for your child is very important. You want to look for a program where your child will receive personal caring attention. The Western New York Child Care Network may help your search with its Searchable Listing of Child Care Providers and with its informational page of child care regulations below. The listing of child care providers on the Western New York Child Care Network is to facilitate your search. It does not, however, represent any recommendation or endorsement. The final decision is your responsibility. If you need help in choosing a child care provider, you may contact your local child care referral agency or call the New York Parents' Connection at 1-800-345-KIDS.
1. Types of Child Care Facilities and Programs

9. Summer Camps And Opportunities In New York - Peterson's
Sidwell Friends school. SoccerPlus camps. Stony Brook University, State Universityof new york. University Language programs. Vassar College. Wear On Earth.
Press Room About Us Contact Us Site Map ... Online Store New York The following sponsors have one or more summer programs located in New York. The summer program sponsors presented at the top of this list have provided in-depth descriptions about their programs. Those presented second have only basic information. Acteen Adirondack Camp Alfred University American Academy of Dramatic Arts ... Partner with Us

10. NYSDEC's Environmental Education Program
program, Environmental Conservation Officers' school programs, and interpretive stayat our education camps each summer participation in the new york State Fair
Environmental Education Links Environmental Education Centers Environmental Education Camps Information on program descriptions and tentative schedules, as well as applications for employment at the camps and applications to register a child Environmental Education Programs at DEC Campgrounds : Information about the different educational programs at select DEC-run state campgrounds in the Adirondacks and Catskills, including the Interpreter Activity Program and Junior Naturalist Program Educator Workshops Including the national Projects WILD and Aquatic WILD, WET, and PLT, offered to educators and facilitated by environmental educators on staff at the EECs Page designed to help both educators and students navigate the DEC website for educational resources, information, and trip ideas Federal Junior Duck Stamp Program Getting Outdoors Nature centers, campgrounds and other places where educational programs may be offered
The Bureau of Environmental Education conducts education and interpretation programs across the state. Our overall goal is to encourage the stewardship of natural resources and the enhancement of environmental quality through programs that give adults and youth direct hands-on contact with the environment. To conduct programs for large numbers of state residents, we multiply our efforts through partnering organizations and numerous volunteers. We place special emphasis on training educators to conduct environmental learning activities with their students. Time spent training educators is a good use of resources because each educator works with a large number of students throughout the year, thus reaching more people with our environmental stewardship message.

11. Lockport Family YMCA - Lockport, New York
Youth programs Kiddie Kamp “Little Me” Play Group Summer Day camps Special Events LittleChamps Little Champs II Gym Champs Grade school Basketball League

General Info

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Aquatics Programs

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Youth Programs
Camp Kenan

“Preschool Pals” Fun Club
Babysitting Service
Kiddie Kamp “Little Me” Play Group Summer Day Camps click for more info. Special Events, (Girl Powers, Healthy Kids Day and Just Say No) Basketball Floor Hockey Soccer Flag Football Little Champs Little Champs II Gym Champs Grade School Basketball League Middle Schoole Basketball League High School “NO BULL” 4 on 4 Basketball League Indoor Floor Hockey League Holiday Fun Club 2002-2003 DATES: Monday, Oct 14, Columbus Day Friday, Oct. 25, Supt. Conf. Day - Roy-Hart Friday, Nov 8, No School - DeSales Monday, Nov.11, Veterans' Day Friday, Nov. 29 Thanksgiving Vacation Christmas Vacation Day 1 Friday, Dec 20 Roy-Hart Day 2 Monday, Dec 23 Day 3 Thursday, Dec 26 Day 4 Friday, Dec 27 Day 5 Monday, Dec 30 Winter Dates Monday, Jan 20, 2003 Martin Luther King Day Friday, Feb 14, 2003 President's Day 1 - Roy-Hart Monday, Feb. 17, 2003 President's Day 2 Monday, Feb. 24. 2003 Superintendents Conference Day - LKPT Friday, March 21, 2003 No School - Roy-Hart

12. Sports & Camps - Ice Hockey School...
decided to focus on afterschool programs,” said Rangers to the centrality of after-schooloptions in Foundation also established MSG new york Rangers Clubs

Cover Story
Spotlight On Schools Featured Columnists Letters ... April 2001 New York City Ice Hockey School: The New York Rangers are Cheering for Children
By Tom Kertes The New York Rangers may be struggling a bit as a hockey team, but their commitment to the community in general, and education in particular, is well-thought-out and organized. “We want to be known as more than just a bunch of guys who skate fast and body-check hard,” said Rangers star Brian Leetch whose team is in third place in the NHL Eastern Conference Atlantic Division. “We want to counter the fighting stereotype, you know the ‘I went to a boxing match and the hockey-game broke out’ stuff. This organization understands that we, the players, are role-models to children and the importance of giving back to people who may not be as fortunate as we are.” To honor that commitment and to best utilize its vast resources in this area, Madison Square Garden formed the Cheering for Children Foundation in January of 1998. The Foundation partnered with the non-profit organization The After-School Corporation (TASC), and assigned to each of its five entities a different borough as its focus. The Rangers are responsible for Queens.

13. Education Update - About Us
circulation 60,000, that covers education in new york and beyond for senior citizens adults • after school programs • camps • sports • summer

Cover Story
Spotlight On Schools Featured Columnists Letters ... Travel ABOUT US
CONTACT INFORMATION Tel: (212) 481-5519
Fax: (212) 481-3919
email: 276 Fifth Avenue, Ste. 1005
New York, NY 10001 Education Update is an Award-Winning* free monthly publication, circulation 60,000, that covers education in New York and beyond. Founded in 1995 by Publisher and Editor Dr. Pola Rosen, a former teacher and college professor, Education Update has grown to cover a broad range of topics, all relating to education, including:
The print publication is distributed in New York City to over 2,400 sites, including all the public schools and libraries, private schools, colleges, apartment buildings, businesses, community centers and street corner boxes. Mailed subscriptions go to the members of the New York City Board of Education, City Council and State Board of Regents, as well as to superintendents, private and public school heads, teachers, parents, CEO's and foundation leaders in New York and across the country. * Columbia University, Phi Delta Kappa, Excellence In Education Journalism Award, 2000

14. Ramah Camps And Programs (JTS: Applying To JTS: Registrar: Academic Bulletin)
new york Times covers Spring 2003 Rudin Lecture (3/2003) Melton new Winter 2003 movementalso sponsors special programs for high school and college

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at JTS Library Ramah Camps and Programs
National Ramah Commission Website
To be eligible for admission, applicants are required to have a Hebrew education appropriate to their chronological age. Informal interviews are conducted to determine proper placement of each camper in the educational program at camp. A recent development in Ramah's programming is in the area of family education. Most camps run four- to six-day family encampments in which the entire family-children of all ages, parents and grandparents-spend an intensive week of family camping, Jewish learning and family building. These experiences have an inordinately powerful influence in a rather short period of time on the development of Jewish family life. In addition to seven residential camps scattered throughout North America and five day camps in Nyack, NY; Bluebell, PA; East Brunswick, NJ; Berkeley, CA and suburban Chicago, the Ramah movement also sponsors special programs for high school and college students:
  • The Bert B. Weinstein National Ramah Staff Training Institute meets annually for an extended period in between camp seasons. Under the educational direction of the National Ramah Commission, the institute provides an intensive experience of Jewish studies and group leadership workshops to a limited number of college students of exceptional ability. Candidates accepted into this program are expected to serve on the staff of Ramah camps during the following season.

15. Secondary School
camps, 40 East 34th St., new york, NY 10016 Fourweek programs in performing arts,visual arts social sciences and naturalsciences for high school sophomores and
Summer Programs American Academy of Dramatic Arts Summer courses in theater, drama, dance, fencing, makeup, mime, music, speech and debate for students aged 14 and above. Offered in a six-week session during July and August in either Pasadena, California or New York City.
Complete information from: American Academy of Dramatic Arts
Summer Program,
2550 Paloma, Pasadena, CA 91107 or
120 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016 American Institute for Foreign Study
Offers home-stay programs in American families for students aged 13-21. Programs vary each year, but can include a 29-day program comprising 12 hours of English courses per week combined with optional afternoon activities and excursions or a 21-day program without courses but optional excursions and activities.
Details and applications from: New Windrose,
Avenue Paul Dejaerlaan 21A
1060 Brussels
Tel.: 02/534.71.91 Atari Computer Camps
Computer camp for students aged 10-16 including basketball, crafts, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball. Offered in four 2-week sessions, late June to late August. Campers may stay two to eight weeks. Located in Greenfield, Massachusetts or East Stroudsberg, Pennsylvania. Complete information from: Atari Computer Camps

16. A Guide To Summer Camps In New York
the Manhattan school of Cinema's Summer Acting and Filmmaking camps in new york City,Long Island, Hollywood and Spain! Separate programs for High school (1418
CampPage - A comprehensive listing of summer camps and wilderness programs for youth in the United States and Canada.
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Search By State/Province Alabama Alaska Alberta, Canada Arizona Arkansas British Columbia, Canada California Colorado Connecticut District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Illinois Iowa Indiana Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina- Boys North Carolina- Coed North Carolina- Girls Ohio Oklahoma Ontario, Canada Oregon Pennsylvania Quebec, Canada Saskatchewan, Canada South Carolina Tennessee Texas Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Our Services Update Your Listing Add A Program Search ... Contact Us
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Click here for Adirondack Camp -Featured Camp- Forest Lake Camp Residential camp with separate sessions for boys and girls Warrensburg, NY

17. Schools & Parks  914-273-8500
parks programs are provided in association with the recreation department of eachmunicipality. Orangetown, new york Sports Mini-camps during school vacation
Future Stars Camps 546 Bedford Road Armonk, NY 10504 v v Fax (914) 273-8506 Six Locations: Purchase Armonk Manorville East Hampton ... Vermont
The After-School programs
provide highly qualified instructors to the schools of lower Westchester and Fairfield Counties to teach after-school enrichment classes. Subjects include tennis, soccer, basketball, in-line skating and hockey, music, art, chess, computers, dance, French and Spanish. Generally, the program is offered as a service to the PTA of each school who act as the sponsor of the enrichment classes. A volunteer who views Future Stars as a valuable source of qualified instructors and coaches oversees the program. Future Stars operates tennis programs through local recreation departments and parks for adults and juniors. In Darien, CT, we run a half-day junior summer camp, as well as clinics for adults and juniors. In Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, we feature tennis clinics for all ages in the spring, summer and fall for the residents of Hastings.

18. Chess-in-the-Schools: Summer Camps
school/Address, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. new york, NY 10002,1230430, 12 HOME About Us programs Tournaments news Resources Contact
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Looking for a place to have some fun and play chess this summer? Come and join our free summer chess camps. Check which camp is near you and then call or e-mail to register. Don't forget to check our tournament schedule
To register for a camp please call or e-mail at 212-643-0225 X 227 or Carmen Morales at 212-643-0225 X 238. Bronx School/Address Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday CES 70
1691 Weeks Ave.

19. ShawGuides, Inc. | Golf Schools & Camps
Find schools in new york, Florida and Canada Arizona, California, Florida, Maryland,new England, and standards for our golf school programs, golf instruction

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20. Center For Excellence & Innovation In Education
the State University of new york at Stony and Development Scholarly PresentationsLaboratories schoolUniversity Partnership programs Summer camps
Center for Excellence and Innovation in Education
Goals and Objectives
From its establishment in 1988, the mission of the Center for Excellence and Innovation in Education (CEIE) was to play a major role in the Long Island region by coordinating, supporting, strengthening, and developing: (1) undergraduate (pre-service) and graduate (in-service) teacher certification and teacher education programs; (2) educational research and development programs; and (3) school-university pertnership programs. The mission of the Center for Excellence and Innovation in Education (CEIE) is to play a major role in the Long Island region by supporting, strengthening, and developing: (1) teacher education and development programs; (2) educational research and development programs; and (3) school-community-university partnership programs.
Summary Statement
The Center for Excellence and Innovation in Education has, in the short period since its establishment in September of 1988, had a significant positive impact upon the Long Island region, and is widely recognized as a symbol the State University of New York at Stony Brook's commitment to teacher education, educational research and development, and partnership programs with schools in the Long Island region.
Additional Information
Grants Awarded Highlighted Activities and Programs Teacher Education Programs at Stony Brook Cooperative Learning Newsletter ... Chautauqua Short Courses for College Teachers
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