Conroe to host five-day youth program

June 13, 2012 by  

From Monday, June 18, until Friday, June 22, Project A.B.L.E. is sponsoring the “Challenge Course 5 Day Summer Program” at Conroe High School located in Conroe, Texas. This children’s program begins at 9:00 am each day.

The program is designed for youths between the ages of 7 – 13, who will have the chance to participate in a number of activities and take on the challenge of rock climbing, using zip lines, a number of arts and crafts, and much more.

Project A.B.L.E.’s goal is to design, promote, and deliver learning skills that students often experience in a classroom setting by delivering after-school and summer camp programs. The group works with teachers and parents on how to create and implement programs which will be beneficial to this century’s learning skills. With the world shrinking globally and information resources growing, the youth of today need to think using innovative skills so that when they move into the workforce, skills learned through these programs can be put into action. Through the summer camp program, youngsters will learn to use critical thinking for problem solving, use their imaginations and be creative, process information and apply it, adapt an aware and flexible attitude, and discover how to collaborate and communicate effectively using today’s technology.

Postcard printing and poster printing may have been used to promote this summer camp program to both the youth and their parents. The cost is $175 per person. For additional information, visit TMI Education’s website or call Tina Garcia at 832-233-9890.