We believe every child should begin school ready to learn. But we know many children in Southwestern Indiana start school already behind their peers. K-Camp is specially designed to get children who have never attended preschool or need more time in a preschool setting ready for kindergarten in the fall.   

In 2021, 94% of K-Campers demonstrated growth in literacy skills. In addition, the program served as early intervention for 14 campers who demonstrated a need for more intensive assistance as they began their academic career.

Does your child need a little boost to be ready for kindergarten this fall?

K-Camp is a fun, engaging way to help children develop confidence and social skills, while helping with the basics such as recognizing shapes and numbers, counting, and writing their name. K-Camp teachers are licensed and trained in early childhood education, providing an exceptional experience for your child. This service is provided free of charge.

K-Camp Locations:

Caze Elementary School
2013 S. Green River Road

Evans Elementary School
2727 N. Evans Avenue

Lodge Community School
2000 Lodge Avenue

May 31 – June 24
Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 12:00 pm

EVSC students are eligible for free bus transportation IF they are registered by May 15th.

Chandler Elementary School
401 S. Jaycee Street

May 31 – June 24
Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 11:30 am

K-Camp 2021

K-Camp 2021 was a rousing success – for the children and parents alike! 94% of campers completed the entire program and all experienced growth in their academic skills. KCamp is an annual program provided by United Way of Southwestern Indiana in partnership with the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation and Warrick County School Corporation.

Many thanks to our 2022 K-Camp sponsors:

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