Young Spirit Spring Break Camp 2019
February 20, 2019
Not sure what to do for spring break this year? Don’t worry, we got you!
UNYA’s School Support Program is running a free spring break camp in Vancouver from March 25th to 29th, 2019. Our Young Spirit Spring Break Camp is for Aboriginal students ages 11 to 14.
Dates: March 25th to March 29th, 2019
Times: 10 am to 4 pm daily
Location: Gym C at Britannia Secondary School, 1001 Cotton Dr, Vancouver, BC
Bus tickets can be providedd to students registered for the spring break camp, but you are responsible for getting to and from camp for the 5 days.
How much does the Young Spirit Spring Break Camp cost?
This program is free!
How do I register for the Young Spirit Spring Break Camp?
What kind of activities will be happening at Young Spirit Spring Break Camp?
We’ll have a wide variety of activities throughout the week, including crafts, sports, cultural activities, workshops on topics such as self-esteem and confidence, and fun outings.
Will lunch be provided?
Each day, we’ll be providing a light breakfast, and lunch for Young Spirit Spring Break Camp attendees.
Who is in charge of this program?
Roxanne Mierau, UNYA’s School Support Counsellor
How can I contact the program?
Contact Roxanne directly with any questions or concerns you have.
What if I need to get in touch with my child during the camp?
You can call UNYA’s School Support Counsellor, Roxanne, during camp if you need to get in touch with your child while they’re at spring break camp. Call or text Roxanne at (604) 861-8117.
What is the School Support Program?
Urban Native Youth Association’s School Support Program supports Indigenous youth ages 12 to 18 with any issues that are affecting them in school. The School Support Program has three areas of focus: individual support, group support, and outreach and engagement.
To learn more about our School Support Program, visit the program page here.