Sealaska Heritage’s upcoming youth programs

Sealaska Heritage Institute’s released their upcoming summer youth programs so the community could save the date.

From June 14-17 will be the Latseen Running Camp for students entering grades 5-8. This will take place in Juneau.

For more information, contact and 586-9264.

There will be two sessions of Voices on the Land Summer Intensive. The first will be June 20-25 for students entering grades 4-5. Both will take place in Juneau.

For more information, contact and 586-9229.

Open the Box: Middle School Math and Culture Academy will be July 10-19 in Juneau. It will be for students entering grades sixth-eighth.

For more information, contact and 586-9229.

Latseen Leadership Academy will be in Angoon on July 25-29. It will be for students entering grades 9-12

For more information, contact and 586-9264.

Baby Raven Reads: Gumboot Camp will be for incoming kindergarten students for the Juneau School District Fall 2016. It will take place Aug. 1-5. For more information, contact and 586-9125.

Latseen Hoop Camp will take place in Juneau on Aug. 8-12. It will be for students entering grades 6-12

For more information, contact and 586-9280.

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