Spring Carnival

Spring Carnival offers wide variety of festivities for entire family

Join us at the Campus Community School Spring CarnivalLooking for something to do this weekend? 

Enjoy yourself with friends and family at the Campus Community School Spring Carnival for a day of games, food, music, vendors, and assorted festivities.

The kids will enjoy student-created booths with fun games like mini-golf, Nerf-gun shootout, ball toss, water-balloon-wipeout, sweet treat trivia, pie- in-the-face, dime toss, and balloon pop, with the opportunity to win great prizes. 

Parents will have an opportunity to purchase items from the vendors at the outdoor flea market.

Everyone will be able to enjoy delicious food and live bands performing great music.

Don’t forget about Mother’s Day on Sunday. Plant a flower in the Campus Community School Garden and give Mom a gift that lasts.

And it all benefits a worthy cause, as all the profits from the Spring Carnival go toward educational programs for the students at Campus Community School. 

Campus Community School Spring Carnival at 350 Pear Street, Dover, Delaware, Saturday, May 9, from 10 am to 2 pm.  

Visit the Cougar Paws Community Garden to celebrate Mother's Day

Cougar Paws Community Garden has expanded every year and worked by students in every grade level One of the many activities at the Campus Community School Spring Carnival is the opportunity for you and your children to construct a biodegradable pot and plant a flower or veggie for Mom in celebration of Mother's Day.

The caretaker of the Cougar Paws Community Garden is Campus Community School Facility Manager Shawn Beecher. Established in 2011 by the CCHS garden club, the garden has expanded every year and is now worked by students in every grade level along with parent volunteers.

Some of our harvest is donated to Campus families and also finds its way into the surrounding community through our families.  A portion of the summer harvest is picked and served along with lunch by our students in the STEAM program who help maintain the garden during the summer months.

This season we are planting string beans, onions, summer squash, pattypan squash, spaghetti squash, sugar snap peas, sunflowers, tomatoes, peppers, various herbs, watermelon, strawberries and raspberries.

Our Brahma hens are now 1 year old and have started laying.  We hatch chicks in 1st grade every year and the students get to see the birds life cycle, egg to egg.  Fresh, free range "Cougar Eggs" are available through the office for a small donation that helps support these programs.


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