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Summer Camps in the RGV 2017

2017 RGV Summer Camp Guide

Disclosure: Thank you to our camp guide sponsors who made this resource for our RGV moms possible. What are your kids doing this summer in the RGV? There are lots of opportunities, both fun and educational, right here in the Rio Grande Valley. With so many to choose from, we’ve created this guide to help […]

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St. Patrick’s Day 5K Run/Walk

Join us for our 11th Annual St. Patrick’s Day 5k Run/ Walk

Visit https://endurancesplits.webconnex.com/stpatricks5krun/walk to register!

Location: PSJA Stadium at 700 E. Gore Pharr, TX 78577 (956) 402-4550

Children: $5
Adults: $15

1 Mile Kids Run: 8AM
5K Run/Walk: 9AM

T-Shirts for the first 500 participant! Top Male and Female Overall winners will be awarded $300 each and $50 for all our age group winners beginning at 19-24.

Packet Pick Up:
Parks & Recreation Office (413 E. Clark. Pharr, TX)
Thursday, March 16 and Friday, March 17 from 8:00am to 3:00pm.

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Camp Native: Family Camping 101


Families will visit the National Butterfly Center in Mission, TX to participate in Camping 101. Camping 101 is a beginner course for families who’d like to learn how and what to pack for a trip, campsite selection, tent set up, campfire safety, basic first aid and best practices. At the end of the day participants will be provided with S’mores!

Parents are encouraged to participate. A certificate of participation will be provided at the end of the course. Each student will be provided with FREE transportation, park entry, breakfast, lunch, and ranger pack. Ranger pack will include a t-shirt, water bottle, ranger journal, and other fun outdoor items. Items can be picked up the day of the event.

LINK TO REGISTER CHILD: sanjuan.recdesk.com/recdeskportal/Programs/tabid/8145/Default.aspx

The City of San Juan presents Camp NATIVE a FREE monthly nature based specialty camp for PSJA ISD students enrolled in 3rd-5th grade for the August 2016 – May 2017 school year. PSJA students from the City of Pharr, City of San Juan, City of Alamo are invited to attend.

Each month, students will be introduced to a new outdoor activity, they include: camping, geocaching, fishing, archery, and so much more….

Each student will be provided with FREE transportation, park entry, breakfast, lunch, and ranger pack. Ranger pack will include a t-shirt, water bottle, ranger journal, and other fun outdoor items.
Ranger packs can only be picked up the day of the event. If you do not attend, you do not receive a pack.
Call for more information: (956) 223-2350
Note: Only one ranger pack per child. Your child must bring their pack with them on every trip.
Breakfast/Drop Off¬ 7:30 AM – 8:00 AM
Bus Travels to Park 8:00 AM – 8:30 AM
Camp Hours 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Bus Travels back to City Hall 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Lunch/Pick-UP 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM
Please drop off¬ and pick up your child on time. The bus will not wait for late children.
LINK TO REGISTER CHILD: sanjuan.recdesk.com/recdeskportal/Programs/tabid/8145/Default.aspx
LINK TO VOLUNTEER FORMS: Parents are encourgaged to join their child
* Each trip is limited to first 45 “new” registrations.
* Dress your child appropriately for outdoor activities (hat, Camp Native t-shirt, shorts/jeans, and close toed shoes)
* Staff will provide sunblock, mosquito repellent, and a group first aid kit.
* By enrolling, you are giving permission for photography of your child
* By enrolling, you and your child are agreeing to participate in online Camp NATIVE surveys.
* ONLY PSJA students and teachers are allowed to ride the bus. NO EXCEPTIONS
* Parents interested in joining their child will need to register as a volunteer, pass a background check, and provide their own transportation to the park. Call 956-223- 2350 to volunteer. Your paperwork must be submitted in person to San Juan Parks and Recreation Department by Friday, November 4 in order to attend. Call (956) 223-2350
for more information.
Camp NATIVE is funded through a grant from Community Outdoor Outreach Program Grants – Texas Parks and Wildlife

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IDEA Public Schools :: 10 Years of Achievement in Brownsville

We are thrilled to be partnering with IDEA Public Schools to bring you this post, written by Jill Dominguez. Jill is the Senior Vice President of IDEA Public Schools in the Lower Rio Grande Valley.With 10 years of achievements under our belts, IDEA public schools have never been more committed to helping our students reach […]

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