During the summer, City of Learning unites hundreds of community partners with Dallas ISD and the City of Dallas to create an engaging system of learning that is accessible to all. This includes summer camps and events across Southern Dallas.
West Dallas SOARS
For two weeks in June, West Dallas SOARS hosted 30 students at the West Dallas Multipurpose Center participating in STEM and visual arts projects and unveiled three murals that were left behind as the program ended.
Library Turn Up Discovery Faire
On July 14th from 11am-3pm, the Library Turn Up Discovery Faire takes place at the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library. Students will be able to explore a variety of activities for kids including arts and crafts, 3D printing, music, science experiments, robotics, visual arts, and so much more! This event serves also as the City of Learning National Summer Learning event day.
Pleasant Grove SOARS will be from July 23rd – August 4th. STEM, Nature and Creative Arts programming will be featured. Students will spend two weeks in a residency program at the Trinity River Audubon Center.
Parents can register their student(s) at:
– Pleasant Grove Library
– Prairie Creek Library
– Trinity River Audubon Center
Red Bird SOARS II will be from July 23 – August 10th. This free summer camp will feature STEM and creative arts programming at Red Bird Mall. https://dallascityoflearning.org/workshop-detail?id=61063&ref=featured
For more information about these or any other events, call 469-900-9195
About Dallas City of Learning
Dallas City of Learning is a citywide initiative to ensure all students have access to high-quality summer learning programs. Together with the City of Dallas, Dallas ISD, and more than 400 community partners, we connect students to the city’s most valuable out-of-school time resources. Along the way, we spark imaginations, inspire a drive to learn, and help reverse cumulative learning loss.
Over 69,000 students participated in Dallas City of Learning last summer. By partnering with the Center on Research and Evaluation at SMU, we are evaluating the quality and effectiveness of this initiative and tracking the year-over-year impact of summer learning for over 23,000 students who attend Dallas ISD schools.
For more information visit https://dallascityoflearning.org/