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  1. A report of an Oregon school camp with program emphasis upon outdoor science experiences by E. Irene Hollenbeck, 1958
  2. Evaluation of the Portland-suburban transfer program, 1968-69, Multnomah County, Oregon by C. William Camp, 1969
  3. Camp for a cause.(City/Region)(A series of University of Oregon summer programs aims to give low-income high school and middle school students a taste ... from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR) by Unavailable, 2010-08-05
  4. A program evaluation of the Oregon SUMMIT Boot Camp Program, FY 95-96 by David K Blanchard, 1995

1. Youth Programs - Extended Campus Programs
Community Service camps. State Country Religion
ECP HOME Academic Credit Programs Business Training and Career Development Community Education ... Community/Youth Register Online NOW AVAILABLE! Youth Programs Spring 2003 Schedule of Classes You may Register Online for youth spring classes . Summer classes will be available for registration around April 15, 2003 Academic Competitions, School Programs and Workshops
Academic Competitions
-Fun and educational. Open to public and private schools.
School Programs
- Hands-on workshops for school age students.
Advocates for Women in Science, Engineering, and Mathematics - Symposium for middle school girls
Summer Classes, Residential Camps and Field Trips
Summer 2003 Preview
for Kindergarten through 12th graders and their families! Full schedule will be available in April
Computer Academy
- Day camp for ages 10-15
- Residential program for gifted 5th-8th grade students
Konaway Nika Tillicum
- Residential program for Native American students in grades 6-10
Academia Latina
- Residential program for Latino students who have completed grades 6, 7 and 8

2. University Of Oregon School Of Music
Develop musical performance skills at the University of oregon. Lists academic departments, admissions information and programs of study. Nonmajors, programs, UO Scholarships, camps Workshops, Class of 2002, Concerto Competition, Dean's List, FLEX Pass, Gig Book, Mighty oregon CD, Music Graduation Awards, school
University of Oregon Dance Department Oregon Bach Festival Chamber Music Series ...

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1225 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1225
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3. School Programs
Athletic Clubs Fitness Baby Accessories Gifts Community Resources camps ChildCare school programs. Lake Oswego, oregon 97035 • 503.675.1380, 800.988.9887.
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4. InLine Skate School, SK84KIX! Rollerblade Sponsored In Oregon And SW Washington
Skate school programs. Skating in school Is a program that brings one of the most popular recreational sports into your school gymnasium. Summer camps Classes. Skating In Portland
Skate School Programs
Skating in School Is... ...a program that brings one of the most popular recreational sports into your school gymnasium. Our internationally certified staff emphasizes safety, skill building, and helping students develop positive attitudes towards active lifestyles to prevent disease and promote health Our program was developed by Rollerblade® and the National Association for Sport and Physical Education to meet the seven national standards for physical education. The Surgeon General's report on physical activity for adolescents and young adults recommends quality, daily physical education classes that are enjoyable, promote confidence in being physically active and involve friends and peers. Our program satisfies that recommendation. Nearly half of American youths age 12-21 are not physically active on a regular basis, and daily enrollment in physical education classes has dropped to 25%. The CDC has evaluated some interventions to promote physical activity through schools, and those evaluated were found successful. Our program allows youngsters to participate in sport as individuals, and to realize measurable success towards developing active, healthy lifestyles.

5. Math Programs And Camps
Welcome to West Linn Football Serving West Linn oregon's Youth Football programs and High school programs Tualatin Valley Varsity Champions 2001 Three Rivers League Three Rivers League Champions 1992, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999 High school camps. Greetings from Vernonia and the Burger Bowl
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We are constantly updating the information. If the dates are not updated, please check their website or call them. Program Name Host Description DaVinci Math Club
N/A Davinci Northwest
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Description: six week-long summer sessions to build mathematical curiosity, confidence and competence with innovative theme-oriented curriculum and projects to enrich your thinking strategies and problem-solving skills, and prep you for your next academic challenges
Age or Grade: Ages 6 - 9 and 9 - 13
Location: Seattle, Washington Summer Enrichment
Click Here George Mason University
N/A Phone: Send email Description: Campers will learn how to solve math problems and will include algebra. There is a day camp and an evening camp. Age or Grade: Ages 6 - 9 and 9 - 13 Location: Prince Willliam Campus Summer Days website: Click Here Math and Science Camp for Girls Contact: N/A Phone: N/A Send email Description: Students will learn how math and science relate to everday life. Projects will be in areas such as archeology and statistics.

6. 2002 Summer Precollege Programs At Oregon State University
For more information, contact KidSpirit Youth programs office, 123 oregon State JuniorGolf Camp* Ages 1017; June 23 four-day camps for middle school and high
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June 25-July 25
Shirley Lucas,
OSU Precollege Programs
4062 Valley Library

Freshman Early Achievement and Transition (FEAT) is a rigorous four-week preparatory program for motivated college-bound students combining a 2-credit preparatory course called "Nova" and a 4-credit OSU Baccalaureate Core course.
Statistics indicate that even for the highest achievers, transition issues can be difficult and play a pivotal role in the first year of college. The requirements for critical thinking and performance on college-level exams often overwhelm a student who is also adjusting to challenges of the new learning and living environment. This comprehensive summer experience addresses these issues in a hands-on, challenging, and interactive manner, while introducing students to different majors and providing academic advising. Taking responsibility for one's own learning, discovering fundamentals of academic leadership, and making good academic decisions are topics woven throughout the program. Components Nova course:
  • Unique learning workshops using a model called Learning Nova with a nine-year record of success helping students excel at college-level work.

7. OJJDP: Parenting Resources For The 21st Century - Out-Of-School Activities - Cam
educational, and communityaction organization located in oregon that provides daycamps for elementary, middle, and high school students YMCA programs, Camping.

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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.

8. Summary
210, 220, school districts in five oregon for outdoor school programs Church groups/weekendretreats Summer camps run by the facility (5 weeks) for children, Six
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Capacity User Groups/Camp Activities Facilities Recreational Activities Rate Structure Usage Level WASHINGTON Camp Wa-Ri-Ki
Washougal, Washington Kawanis Club
Evergreen School District/Outdoor School
Church groups/retreat camps
Families/reunions Camps for handicapped children Barrack-like dormitories Staff sleeping area Dining and meeting area with kitchen facilities Washougal River (fishing) Open field for soccer, volleyball Frisbee, football Indoor basketball court Bonfire area $200 camp fee per group $5 per person per night Open end of February through October for rent; closed rest of year 100% occupancy during July and August summer camps (churches) Outdoor schools weekdays during fall and spring months Church retreats and family reunions on weekends during fall and spring Camp Melacoma Washougal, Washington

9. Pilgrim Lutheran School Beaverton, Oregon - Enrollment Tuition
origin in administration of its educational policies and other school programs. SinglesSeeking Top of Page Affiliate Ministries camps/Retreat Centers
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Pilgrim Lutheran School Beaverton, Oregon Lutheran School in Beaverton, Oregon School Homepage Mission Statement Principal's Greetings Our Classes ... Participants 2003-2004 FEE SCHEDULE REGISTRATION FEE ~ Per Child Preschool 3 $75
Preschool 4 $75
Kindergarten $100
Grades 1-8 $175 *Members of Pilgrim Lutheran Church Preschool 3 $897
Preschool 4 $1,177
Kindergarten $1,925**
**If child is 2nd/3rd in family a 5% discount is given.
Grades 1-5 1st Child $2,891 2nd Child $2,602 3rd Child $2,342 Grades 6-8 1st Child $3,022 2nd Child $2,720 3rd Child $2,448 TUITION Non-Member Families Preschool 3 $897 Preschool 4 $1,177

10. OMSI Outdoor Science School
and more, all aligned with oregon's science standards and of OMSI's Outdoor ScienceSchool programs, download the OMSI Science camps program information
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Visit the world's best science classroom: The great outdoors.
Hold a sea urchin. Dig through ancient fossil beds. Count the rings of an old-growth tree. OMSI's Outdoor Science School programs offer unforgettable lessons in science. Our skilled instructors lead hands-on investigations in biology, ecology, geology and more, all aligned with Oregon's science standards and benchmarks. Outdoor Science School is fun for groups, too. Relax in our scenic settings and let OMSI staff lead a special program just for you. For a more detailed overview of OMSI's Outdoor Science School programs, download the OMSI Science Camps program information packet (Adobe Acrobat PDF document). For more info: call 541.504.2538 or email
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Coastal Ecology Forest and Stream Ecology ... Fees To view and print online forms on this site, download the free and easy to use Adobe Acrobat Reader

11. Wilderness Adventure Camps And Outdoor Programs For Kids
all ages. Northwest Mountain school programs in Washington, Alaska,oregon, and Utah, for ages 1318+. Outpost Wilderness
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Guide picks As an alternative to residential summer camps, consider these summer outdoor instructional programs and expeditions.
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Providing summer camps in the Virginia area, ages 8-17, teen wilderness expeditions in Colorado, Maine, and Utah, and other outdoor programs for adults and children. Adventure Pursuits Wilderness programs in the Western US, Canada, and Alaska, for ages 13-20. Adventure Teen Travel Offers summer wilderness youth camps and eco-tourism programs in the Canadian Rockies, the Pacific Coast, and Europe for teens 12-18. Adventure Treks Outdoor programs in the North American West, for ages 13-18. Alternative Summer Camps Therapeutic wilderness programs for struggling pre-teens and adolescents. Programs in Idaho, North Carolina, and Utah.

12. ODE - Education's Priorities And Operations
and the oregon school for the Deaf, the juvenile corrections education programs atHillcrest and MacLaren and four juvenile workstudy camps, and personnel and
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    The efforts of the Oregon Department of Education are based on the following guiding principles: Creating sustained opportunities for personal and academic success for each child Being an educational leadership and service organization Working in partnership with others Providing cutting edge expertise Touching the heart of the future In addition, our work is centered on the following priorities: Certificate of Initial Mastery/Certificate of Advanced Mastery Reading Diversity Education Accountability High Performing Oregon Department of Education Improved School Performance Quality Teachers and Administrators 2. Statutory Authority

    13. ODE - Overview Of Summer Food Service Program
    age 18, who participate in school programs for people camps and sites that primarilyserve migrant children To learn more about SFSP in oregon, contact Barbara
    Student Services Child Nutrition Programs National School Lunch Program (NSLP) School Breakfast Program (SBP) ... Resources Overview of Summer Food Service Program Oregon Department of Education
    Just as learning does not end when school lets out, neither does a child's need for good nutrition. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) provides free, nutritious meals and snacks to help children in low-income areas get the nutrition they need to learn, play, and grow, throughout the summer months when they are out of school. The Food and Nutrition Service, an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, administers SFSP at the Federal level. State education agencies administer the program in most States. In some areas, the State health or social service department or an FNS regional office may be designated. Here in Oregon, SFSP is run by approved sponsors, including school districts, local government agencies, camps, or private nonprofit organizations. Sponsors provide free meals to a group of children at a central site, such as a school or a community center. They receive payments from the USDA, through the Oregon Department of Education, for the meals they serve and for their documented operating costs. Nationwide and here in Oregon, SFSP meal sites are approved as open, enrolled, or camp sites. Open sites operate in low-income areas where at least half of the children come from families with incomes at or below 185 percent of the Federal poverty level, making them eligible for free and reduced-price school meals. Meals are served free to any child at the open site. Enrolled sites provide free meals to children enrolled in an activity program at the site where at least half of them are eligible for free and reduced-price meals. Camps may also participate in SFSP. They receive payments only for the meals served to children who are eligible for free and reduced-price meals.

    14. 4-H Camp Leadership Weekend Events - 4-H Youth Development Education In Oregon -
    in grades 46; some serve youth through middle school. Day camps are also availablein some counties. Counties may use local camp facilities or the oregon 4-H

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    Many counties provide a youth camp as part of their educational program offerings. Traditional resident camps are generally for youth in grades 4-6; some serve youth through middle school. Day camps are also available in some counties. Counties may use local camp facilities or the Oregon 4-H Center near Salem as program sites. The camp program or educational theme is tied to the resources available at the site. At the Oregon 4-H Center interpretive trails and natural science education support materials are provided under the leadership of a State 4-H Specialist. Most counties with a camp program also have a counselor or leadership training program for high school age youth who want to learn to work with youngsters. For specific information on a particular county's camp program check the County Extension Office listing.
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    Extension 4-H Program 105 Ballard Extension, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331

    15. Skiing In Oregon
    speed skiing, most black diamond runs in oregon. shop, shaped ski rentals, ski school,ski shop Other summer programs snowboard camps, lift operated summer
    Skiing in Oregon
    Anthony Lakes Mtn Resort, Inc.

    47500 Anthony Lake Road
    North Powder, OR 97867

    Area opened in 1945, 20 winter full-time employees, 1 aerial lift, 1 surface lift, cross country ski trails, food/beverage service, multi use terrain park, professional ski patrol, racing programs, rental shop, shaped ski rentals, skiboard rental, ski school, ski shop/rental, snowboard lessons, snowboard rental, snowcat tours, snowshoe rental, snowshoe trails, weddings-summer, weddings-winter, women's program.
    Hoodoo Ski Area
    PO Box 8516
    Coburg, OR 97408
    Hwy. 20, Box 20
    Sisters, OR 97759 Area opened in 1938, 50 winter full-time employees, 6 summer full-time employees, 5 aerial lifts, cross country ski center cross country ski trails, food/beverage service, multi use terrain park, night skiing, professional ski patrol, racing programs, rental shop, shaped ski rentals, ski school, ski shop/rental, snowboard lessons, snowboard rental. Mount Bailey Snowcat Skiing 218 Aspen Lane Diamond Lake, OR 97731

    16. Site Map - Extended Campus Programs
    camps, and Field Trips; ACADEMY; Computer Academy; Native American Youth Academy;Acadamia Latina/Latino Acadmy; SEA CAMP of oregon; High schoolCollege programs;
    ECP HOME Academic Credit Programs Business Training and Career Development Community Education ... Community/Youth Register Online Site Map - Extended Campus Programs Extended Campus Programs HOME How to Find Us Academic Credit Programs

    17. Oregon Zoo Education Classes, Camps And Programs
    We have programs for everyone from preschoolers on up—with titles We offer summerday camps and ZooVenture camp during winter and spring school breaks.

    18. Smith College - Peterson's
    Summer Opportunities, •, Summer programs, •, International Students, Articles Resources, SoccerPlus Goalkeeper schoolAdvanced National Training Center-oregon.
    Press Room About Us Contact Us Site Map ... Online Store Smith College Smith College Summer Science and Engineering Program Home The Thomson Corporation Email a Friend ... Partner with Us

    19. Summer Camps And Opportunities In Academics - Peterson's
    Davidson College. Dickinson College Summer programs. Double 'H' Hole in theWoods Ranch. The Northwest school. oregon State University. Oxford school.
    Press Room About Us Contact Us Site Map ... Online Store Academics: Music (Advanced Placement) There are 29 sponsors with summer programs offering Music (Advanced Placement). 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. Academic Study Associates, Inc. (ASA) Buck's Rock, LLC The Catholic University of America Colgate University ... Partner with Us

    20. Rainshadow Institute - Science Education Resources
    oregon Museum of Science Industry (OMSI), Portland, OR Classroom presentations,afterschool programs, summer camps, and school trips.


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