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Long Island's Premier Summer Day Camp
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A Long Island Tradition Since 1959
Three generations of the Budah family have watched Park Shore of Long Island create a 50 year history of leadership in day camp and pre-school programs. Our professional Leadership Team create opportunities for our boys and girls whether day camp or pre-school to learn, grow, and develop the needed skills to feel good about themselves, which adds to their future success. Family owned and operated since 1959, three generations of the Budah family have dedicated themselves to providing an amazing camp experience for all Park Shore campers and staff. Our reputation is built on our dedication to having a specialized staff of professionals who will give our campers a program filled with enhanced skill development, innovative programs, modern facilities and individual attention.
Dear Parents, For the last seventeen years the staff at Park Shore has been celebrating the Holiday Season by GIVING rather than receiving. This year, we will once again put together Holiday Gift Baskets for needy families in the area. In the past, the donations...read more
A KINDER WORLD BEGINS WITH ALL OF US This month was a particularly good time to teach kindness because of the holiday "Thanksgiving." Kindness through the eyes of a child is truly inspiring. They do know what kindness means and they are full of ideas and thoughts that...read more
I hope you are enjoying some of the last warm days before Fall makes her presence known. While we have been waiting for the weather to change, the children and I have been busy in the Science lab.
This month we spent some time learning about ladybugs. We learned the life cycle of a ladybug and what they eat. We learned how very important they are to our environment. We then went on a ladybug hunt over the ample Park Shore grounds, but to our dismay only one was found, but we did take his (or her) picture and sent to the Lost Ladybug Project. We are hoping to hear back soon! I do hope you were able to take some time and try to find some on your own!
CREATING A CULTURE OF KINDNESS IN THE CLASSROOM This past week we began the first lesson in our "Kindness" program. We first discussed the subject, "I am Caring." There are so many areas that we were able to touch upon. We talked about feelings and how our response is...read more