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Socorro ISD Rolls Out Summer Camps for Area Kids

Once again, the campuses of Socorro ISD will be providing multiple summer camps for students throughout the Borderland.

Monday evening, SISD officials released a partial list of the upcoming camps their schools will be holding starting in June.  District officials add that the list is not yet complete, as other campuses are still in the process of setting up the various camps.

SISD Police Services “Super School” summer camp

Students ages 5-11 are invited to the SISD Police Services Super School summer program June 4-15. The camps will be offered at Bill Sybert School, Campestre, Benito Martinez, Hueco, Chester E. Jordan and Mission Ridge elementary schools.

Students will engage in fun activities and learn various safety tips. For more information, call SISD Police Services at 937-4357.
Super Camp Flyer

Eastlake High School Soccer Camp

Eastlake High School will have a soccer camp from 9 to 11:30 a.m. June 4-7. The camp cost is $40 per participant if registered by May 31. The late registration fee is $60.  The camp will help young boys enhance their soccer skills. The training sessions will target all individual basic skills and tactics involved in the sport such as passing, shooting, dribbling, ball control and juggling.

To participate, a parent release form must be signed. For more information, contact Coach Widner at 915-204-8032 or by email at gwidne@sisd.net.  Eastlake Soccer Camp

Montwood High School Cheer Camp

Montwood High School will have a cheer camp from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 9-10. The camp is for children between the ages of 5-15, and other cheer teams are welcome to attend. Participants will learn stunts, chants, dance routines and jumps. The camp cost is $30 per participant.  The fee includes a T-shirt and a participation medal.

Registration and payment is due by May 25, at Montwood High School, 12000 Montwood Dr. (79936). Applications can be picked up from the following locations:  Montwood High School cheer website and at Bill Sybert School, William D. Slider and Montwood middle schools, Elfida Chavez, Benito Martinez and O’Shea elementary schools.

Walk-ins are welcome and discounts are available for teams of eight or more. For questions or price details contact Coach Torres by phone at 915-256-2787 or by email at jtorre1020@sisd.net or Coach Player at 915-309-5554 or aplayer@sisd.net.
Montwood High School Cheer Camp

Socorro High School Basketball Camp

Socorro High School will have a basketball camp from 5 to 7 p.m. June 12-14 in the main gym. The camp is for boys and girls in grades 3-8. The cost is $25 per player; it includes a free T-shirt for each participant. Daily activities include: individual and team drills, offense and defense fundamentals, passing, dribbling, rebounding, shooting, and competitive play.

There will be awards and a pizza party on the last day of the camp.

For more information, call Tim McNally at 915-726-2901, Robert Facio at 915-422-4206 or Alfredo Gonzalez at 915-328-4699.
Bulldog Basketball Camp

Montwood High School Flag and Dance Camp

The Montwood High School Sapphires will have a flag and dance camp June 25-28. The camp will be from 8 a.m. to noon for boys and girls ages 5-16. The four-day camp fee is $40 or $10 per day.

Early registration starts May 22 and includes a free T-shirt. On-site registration will be June 25, an additional $10 fee for a T-shirt is optional. Participants should dress comfortably; jeans will not be allowed. For more information, email Coach Leslie Lopez, at llopez41@sisd.net or Jacob Medina at jakeamed@yahoo.com.
Sapphires Flag and Dance Camp

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