Windsor CSD Summer Program Begins

Windsor Central School District’s 2024 summer program began Monday.

Elementary students participate in Knight Lights at Palmer Elementary. Knight Lights is a camp with activities that engage students’ literacy, numeracy, fine motor, gross motor, and STEM skills.
Monday, students met their mentors, teachers, and classmates. On Tuesday, first and second graders will go to the Windsor Central High School pool while the rest of the Knight Lights campers will dissect fruit with ag educators from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County.

Middle school students in the Windsor Strong Academy spent Monday engaging in getting-to-know-you activities. They also designed the camp t-shirt which will be printed by the end of the week.

The rest of the week will be arts-focused. Students will create with mosaic tiles and take a trip to the WCHS Land Lab to gather flowers, plants, herbs, and berries to use as materials to help tie-dye the camp t-shirts.

Monday also began the week-long basketball, cheer, and wrestling camps.

Basketball campers worked on dribbling and passing. They will focus on a different skill each day such as shooting, defense, rebounding, and moving without the ball.

Wrestling campers learned the single-leg takedown from a neutral position, inside-leg standup, and tight waist chop breakdown to half-nelson. During the week, wrestlers will review the previous day’s moves and move on to new ones.

Cheer campers are working on basics like jumps and sideline cheers. They will also make signs and bows.

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