PCC offers summer options for 3-12 year olds
In addition to Piedmont Community College’s (PCC) five-star Child Development Center for 3-5 year olds, the College also offers a Summer Day Camp for kids ages 6-12.
PCC’s Child Development Center was established in 1977 and was recently re-awarded a five-star rating from the North Carolina Division of Child Development. The Center is open year-round to children of students, College staff, and the general public.
The highly qualified and educated staff are dedicated to meeting the developmental, educational, and social needs of young children and have decided once again to offer a Summer Day Camp for kids ages 6-12. This camp is also open to the public and will include off campus field trips, as well as fun activities on PCC’s Person County Campus.
PCC’s Summer Day Camp will be open June 18 – August 17 from 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. The weekly cost is $90 with a $40 registration fee and spots are limited.
To receive more information about the Summer Day Camp or preschool/daycare for kids ages 3-5,
Photo: PCC’s Child Development Center and Summer Day Camp Director, Kimberly Harris with students currently enrolled in PCC’s preschool program.