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February 09, 2010

Hudgens Early Education Center at Gwinnett Tech Accepting Enrollment for Summer Day Camp
Camp Imagination Station: June 1 – July 30


The D. Scott Hudgens, Jr. Early Education Center at Gwinnett Technical College is now accepting enrollment for its summer day camp, Camp Imagination Station.

Camp Imagination Station is a specialized summer camp program for children who will be entering kindergarten through second grade in the fall. Children must be five by September 1 of this year to be eligible.

The camp will run from June 1 through July 30. Daily hours will be 7 a.m. until 6:15 p.m., Monday through Friday. Children may be enrolled for the entire session, or on a weekly basis. Camp is $150/week or $50/day.

Camp Imagination Station offers low child-teacher ratios and a host of fun and educational activities, including:

The 26,000-square-foot D. Scott Hudgens, Jr. Early Education Center is a nurturing educational center for children aged six weeks to 8 years. The summer camp program supplements the Center’s existing offerings, including infant and toddler care, plus preschool, state funded Georgia Pre-Kindergarten and Montessori programs, all following best practices in Early Childhood Education. The Hudgens Center has been recognized by the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education for modeling best practices in early education.

The Center includes fourteen classrooms, four piazzas and six observation rooms in addition to administrative offices and teacher work areas. The center has the latest in security features including swipe-card access, in-class cameras and observation rooms with full audio capabilities.

To enroll in Camp Imagination Station, call 678-226-6510 or visit for more information.

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