We want every child to have a successful start in kindergarten. However, we know that many children in Southwestern Indiana begin school behind their peers because they lacked access to early learning opportunities. K-Camp is a partnership between the United Way, the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation, the Warrick County School Corporation, and Welborn Baptist Foundation to help children with limited or no preschool experience be ready for kindergarten in the fall. K-Camp is FREE for all participants, but an application is required and spots are limited.

K-Camp 2021

On-site K-Camp is back! We are pleased to announce that K-Camp will be back on location at Caze, Evans, and Lodge Schools in Vanderburgh County and Chandler Elementary in Warrick County. This fun, interactive program is taught by licensed teachers and is designed to be engaging, supportive, and educational. The goal is to help children develop confidence and social skills, while reinforcing early literacy skills like recognizing shapes and numbers, counting, and writing their name.

Bus transportation is available both to and from camp. Lunch and a snack are also provided. 

June 3 – 30, 2021 (Monday – Fridays only)

Caze Elementary
2013 S. Green River Road
8:30 am – 12:00 pm

Evans Elementary School
2727 Evans Avenue
8:30 am – 12:00 pm

Lodge Community School
2000 Lodge Avenue
8:30 am – 12:00 pm

Chandler Elementary School (Warrick County)
401 Jaycee Street, Chandler
8:00 am – 11:30 am

For questions regarding K-Camp, please contact Caitlyn Legler at clegler@unitedwayswi.org.

Why K-Camp? Here’s What Participants Have to Say…

KCamp success call-out