SUMMER LITERACY CAMP
Good Trouble is a 7-week fun literacy camp designed to eliminate the gap in children’s educational levels through the arts, black history, reading, writing and learning a second language, in both a classroom and one on one environments. Fieldtrips weekly, free books, swimming lessons and a host of other activities provide an educational summer of fun!
The ability to read and comprehend is a challenge for many youths today. That old adage “Reading is Fundamental” still applies today. With our Camp, we strive to improve reading levels as well as comprehension. Free books with a wide range of appeal are available for campers to take home. Online reading opportunities and journaling also make for stimulation of our camper’s minds.
Working in partnership with the Children’s Board of Hillsborough County, Camp Good trouble employee's vendor to teach and reach campers in a variety of areas. Vendors participate and provide water safety and swimming lessons. Character development, Spanish classes, arts and crafts along with physical fitness and sports are provided. Physical fitness and sports.
THE HISTORY OF ALL PEOPLE
ASCI is concerned that classrooms are not able to teach the history of all-American people. It is the wide range of our cultural melting pot that has created the diversified nation we are today. Towards knowing who we are and what our history has been in our country, ASCI provide an opportunity for the youth to learn about historically prominent figures. Campers are able to see that a wide range of people, just like them, have done great things to build this country.