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Neytz HaChochma’s Unique Summer Camp

Neytz campers enjoy a slippery water slide.

Neytz campers enjoy a slippery water slide.

Children look forward to summer camp and Camp Neytz is a favorite with many who return year after year.

International food festivals each week, award-winning ceramic art creations, visits by a baby alligator, a giant toad and a talking parrot, and edible art creations each week are only part of the activities at Camp Neytz.

Kids all over North Miami Beach are envious of the camp’s monster water slide. Parents like knowing all meals and snacks are under strict kosher supervision. Field trips, sports and computer games are also part of the fun-filled summer at Camp Neytz.

The Neytz haChochma summer camp runs for six weeks, starting July 2. Camp Neytz is funded by The Children’s Trust, a dedicated source of revenue established by voter referendum to improve the lives of children and families in Miami-Dade County. There are 50 funded slots available on a first come, first served basis and they are filling fast. There is a minimal co-pay. Camp finishes on August 10th.

Neytz haChochma, a 12-year-old nonprofit Orthodox Jewish organization for Exceptional Student Education (ESE), operates a day school with a gifted cohort, an out-of-school program and the summer camp.

Applications are available for summer camp online at www.aaceschool.org, and may be submitted online or printed out and sent by mail.

Shelley Benveniste

About the Author: Shelley Benveniste is South Florida editor of The Jewish Press.


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