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Unisus School to hold spring break camp

Week-long camp in Summerland will offer variety of activities for children

Unisus School in Summerland will offer a spring break camp, featuring interactive programs and activities for children.

The program runs March 23 to 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the school and includes activities such as coding, outdoor exploration and play, arts and crafts and cooking.

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Ana Oomen, associate director of marketing and admission at the private school, said organizers are hoping to make the spring break camp an annual event.

She added that the education component is based on preparing students for the challenges they will face in the future.

“It’s very good for the children to be exposed to that,” she said.

The spring break program is for children from two and a half years of age up to Grade 7. The cost is $250 for the week.

Further information on the camp is available online at www.unisus.ca/junior-school-spring-break-camp

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