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Little Indians Summer Academy

By Dana Harmon, 21st CCLC-Camp Casey Director
Adair County Primary Center

Summer Learning continues at the Adair County Primary Center during the month of June. We are located at 158 Col. Casey Drive, Columbia, KY. Participation has been outstanding in our Little Indians Summer Academy the past two weeks with an average daily attendance of 142 students. Students work daily on reading and math, enjoy enrichment activities, and have a ton of fun!

We have 15 grade level teachers to keep our groups small, a counselor for social emotional learning, a health and physical education teacher and support staff. This year's summer program is supported by the Adair County School District, Title I, Special Education, Family Resource Center, 21st CCLC Camp Casey, Migrant Program, United Way, and a long list of community partners who are bringing special lessons and presentations to our students each day. We all work better together!

Weekly themes are: Around the World Week, Shark Week, Market Week and Fun and Fitness Week.




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Little Indians Summer Academy: Enjoying a swim



2021-06-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Dana Harmon.
Kindergarten students enjoying a swim at Lindsey Wilson College Holloway Wellness Center.

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Little Indians Summer Academy: Literacy Centers



2021-06-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Dana Harmon.
Audrey Watson and Lilly Rooks working in Literacy Centers.

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Little Indians Summer Academy: STEM enrichment



2021-06-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Dana Harmon.
Jack Shackelford, Kevin Murphy and Franklin Jones trying to devise a way to save a seal from the shark during STEM enrichment.

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Little Indians Summer Academy: Summer School is too cool!



2021-06-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Dana Harmon.
Lucas Sneed, James Pilkington, Brantley Willis and Isaiah Campbell saved the seal!

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Little Indians Summer Academy: Tie dye t-shirts



2021-06-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Dana Harmon.
Mrs. Tanya Richard's class in their self-created tie dye tshirts. They learned that tie dye originated in China and Japan. Front L to R- Katie Begley, Jacob Campbell, Grady Irvin, Adriona Janes, Kyler Campbell. Back L to R- Faith Fudge, Karma Miller, Kendyl Feese, Kynlee Foster, and Elizabeth Murphy.

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