S.E.E. Day Camp – Winston-Salem

For students in grades K-12 who are blind or visually impaired

It’s our 15th year of SEE Summer Day Camp in Winston-Salem, and we’ve got two programs in store:

  • June 21 – July 1: Traditional Day Camp at Tracy’s Little Red Schoolhouse.  Offered in-person at Tracy’s Little Red Schoolhouse, our traditional day camp has a theme of Animals All Around.  Camp will run Mondays-Thursday from 9 am – 2 pm and will include a mix of classroom activities and community field trips, as we learn about animals and the ecosystems that support them.  Campers can come to both weeks, or just one.
  • July 12 – July 29: Virtual Day Camp, via Zoom. In July, we switch to our virtual camps.  Sessions will take place over Zoom, with a morning session that runs from 9-11 a.m. and an afternoon session from noon-2 p.m.  Virtual Day Camp will offer a mix of activities, including arts and crafts, music, and collaborative games. Campers can come for one week, two weeks, or all three.

Each week, we’ll also work on independent living skills, and provide functional opportunities for kids to use their braille, assistive technology, and cane skills. Camp instructors include certified teachers, community educators, and adults with blindness and visual impairment.

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Cost:  FREE  S.E.E. Camps are supported by IFB Solutions, and are FREE of charge for all students.

Our camps are free to families, but not free to operate. To donate to IFB Solutions in support of SEE camps, visit ifbsolutions.org/donate.  Thank you!

Contact:  To learn more about Winston-Salem S.E.E. Summer Camps, please contact Kim Flanagan at kflanagan@ifbsolutions.org or 336-245-5669.

Four S.E.E. campers enjoying some free time on the steps in the sun

A S.E.E. Camper takes a sip of water during snack time