NH students deserve a great summer.

The New Hampshire Department of Education is partnering with New Hampshire camps and school-age summer programs across the state to offer students the unique opportunity to move beyond COVID-19 and be a kid again. Students of all ages, backgrounds and abilities benefit from exposure to short-term summer enrichment programs, including in the areas of challenge, friend-making, positivity, and emotional safety. These are all things that New Hampshire camps and school-age programs do best.

In addition to a revitalizing experience, qualified programs will offer students meals and snacks and, of course, the camp’s great programming so that students can come back to school excited to learn in the fall.

Space is limited.

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Eligible students and corresponding youth recreation camp fees include:

  • $650 eligible: Students with a disability are eligible for a $650 camp fee
  • $500 eligible: Students from families at or below 250% federal poverty level are eligible for a $500 camp fee
  • $350 eligible: Students from families at or below 400% federal poverty level are eligible for a $350 camp fee

What's covered?

Our goal for New Hampshire students is that they return to learning in the fall with rekindled curiosity, rejuvenated energy, excitement and anticipation.

Space is limited!

Up to $650 in camp fees* covered.

Attendance at the program, including necessary supplies and materials

Provision of meals and snacks while attending the program

Camp fee eligibility

Eligible students’ participation in the program will be prioritized as follows:

  • Priority 1: Students with a documented disability and students from families earning less than 250% of the federal poverty can participate in the summer enrichment program on a first-come, first-served basis until 75% of the program allocation ($1.5 million) is drawn down or 30 days after the application period, whichever comes first
  • Priority 2: At that point, students from families earning less than 400% of the federal poverty are also eligible on a first-come, first-served basis until the entire program allocation is drawn down
  • Priority 3: Additional GEER funds allocations will be sought if demand for the program is strong

The contractor ClassWallet will provide a digital wallet that will facilitate families’ payment of camp fees.

* participating camps only.

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For assistance, please contact FACTS Management Customer Service at 844-245-0168.