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  • Newtown Continuing Education’s SMART Camp Starts Its Second Session

    SMART campers, from left, Maddie Boroskey, Corynn Hettenbach, Avery Donohue, Nicole Carty, and Gabby Ferrara held up some of their projects in the Jewelry Design camp on Friday, July 24.

  • Continuing Education SMART Camp Program Begins

    Newtown Continuing Education has launched the 24th year of its SMART camp.

    The Summer, Music, and Art camp is held at Head O’Meadow School and offers a variety of different classes for children from kindergarten to sixth grade.

    “A program with that kind of longevity tells you that the children are having a good time, and the parents are happy. So here we are, 24 years later,” said Stephanie Schwartz, the program's site supervisor.

  • Continuing Education Summer Camps Available For A Number Of Interests

    Parents looking for something for their children to do — whether by introducing a new topic or continuing an already established interest shown by sons and daughters — have a number of options available during summer break. Newtown Continuing Education has again scheduled summer camps with a number of topics available.

    This summer will mark the 24th year Continuing Education will be running its SMART (Summer Music and ARTs) summer camp.

  • Continuing Education’s SMART Camp

    The second session of Newtown Continuing Education’s SMART (Summer Music And Arts) Camp began on July 21, and offered a range of classes for students.

    The first session ran July 7-18.

    “I hear positive things about all the classes,” SMART head intern Ashley Maturo said July 24, while students were outside playing on Head O’ Meadow’s campus for a recess.

  • Continuing Education’s SMART Camp Begins

    Students stood in a circle during the Theater and Performance Workshop class held at the SMART (Summer Music And Arts) Camp on Wednesday, July 9.

    The students listened as Jane Ellen Anderson and Emily Anderson led them through a number of exercises.

    “It’s going really well,” said SMART head intern Ashley Maturo as the students in the Theater and Performance Workshop sang. “The kids are so engaged.”