Boating on our beautiful lake at Camp Given was a popular activity!
Thanks to our community partner Gorman Heritage Farms, Step-Up students enjoyed mule rides around campus.
Cincinnati Therapeutic Riding & Horsemanship brought Graham Cracker the Therapy Pony to visit our Step-Up students
Gorman Heritage Farms took students for rides around campus.
Daily swimming activities with summer camp participants helped build peer-to-peer social skills.
Being able to catch a fish was a big thrill!
Creative arts included tie-dying shirts for our annual Independence Day Picnic.
Our students proudly display their own, original tie-dyed shirts made in class.
Money management and functional academics were part of daily classroom activities.
In the Chalet Classroom, our Bonus Dollar Bank has been a huge success! Each day, students can earn bonus dollars that can be multiplied or forfeited based on the day’s behaviors. On Fridays, students were able spend their earnings on snacks.
A student in the Chalet classroom selects his Friday Bonus Dollar Bank snack
Calculating the cost of purchasing snacks on Friday Bonus Dollar Bank day
During a weekly theme focused on Camping activities, a student makes a tower from marshmallows.
Learning to make S'mores while following a recipe and directions.
Summer community outings included a visit to La Soupe in Newtown.
Matching clothing items with receipts
Shopping trips to Kroger allowed participants to match grocery items to a visual shopping list
Learning life skills while shopping at Kroger
The natural beauty of our Given Campus provided a perfect setting for outdoor exploration