Art & Afterschool

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For three years, Camp Fire has provided an after-school program at the northwest Oklahoma City school. Under the direction of Elizabeth Logan, Camp Fire’s Director of Outreach, the program takes place once a week and is led by Camp Fire staff. The after-school curriculum focuses on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), life skills and team-building projects.  This past year, due to the Oklahoma City Public School District’s budget cuts, Quail Creek was required to drop their art program for the 2016-2017 academic school year. Camp Fire believes strongly in the value of providing well-rounded experiences for today’s youth, and knows that children are most successful when they are exposed to both the arts and the sciences.

 Camp Fire After-School

29% of kids in Oklahoma are on their own after school*. Camp Fire strives to decrease that percentage by providing After-school Programming at local schools. After-school programming supports out of school learning in a safe and structured environment. Currently, Camp Fire works in the after school program for Positive Tomorrows: an elemtary school for youth who are homeless.

Afters-school programs take place once a week and led by Camp Fire staff. After-school curriculum focuses on STEM (Science, Technology Engineering and Math), life skills and team-building projects.

Camp Fire is always seeking new partnerships with schools in the Oklahoma City area. If you are interested in our after-school programming or would like more information, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at 405-254-2068.

*Source - Oklahoma After-school Network, www.okafterschool.org

 

Camp Fire Art

This past year, due to the Oklahoma City Public School District’s budget cuts, Quail Creek was required to drop their art program for the 2016-2017 academic school year. Camp Fire believes strongly in the value of providing well-rounded experiences for today’s youth, and knows that children are most successful when they are exposed to both the arts and the sciences.

With approval from Camp Fire and Quail Creek, Camp Fire has been able to step in as the school's main art program. The class meets five times a week on-site at the school and will reach up to 400 children with an art curriculum for the academic school year. Mrs. Virginia Goodrich, a teacher with fifteen years’ experience in education will be leading the Camp Fire art class.  “I look forward to an awesome year facilitating and expressing art with the students at Quail Creek Elementary,” she says.

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3309 E. Hefner Rd.|   OKC, OK  73131