Highland News Leader

Winter JAVPAAK to be held at Highland Middle School

Has Christmas snuck up on you and you need more time to shop, wrap presents, or bake cookies? ​Winter JAVPAAK could be the perfect solution for you. While you finish up your last minute errands​,​ have your children taken care of at Winter JAVPAAK on Saturday, Dec. 19 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

JAVPAAK’S high​-energy counselors are offering a day of fun-filled, action-packed, non-stop activity for any student, kindergarten through ninth grade. Campers could participate in sessions featuring Extreme Ball, Extreme Gaming, Fun with Flubber, Lego Robotics, ​Computer ​Coding, Holiday Crafts, ​Crazy-Loud Music, ​Sweet Treats, Sharks and Life Guards, and our very own Jumpy House Obstacle Course and much more.

For more information, search the H​ighland ​M​iddle ​S​chool​ website, Google JAVPAAK, FaceBook JAVPAAK or contact ​Mecala ​Scholl at mscholl@highlandcusd5.org or call (618) 651-8800.

Spots are filling up fast. ​T​o guarantee a T-Shirt and the early registration fee, turn in your registration before Dec. 14.

In addition, a limited number of scholarship spots are available for those who financially qualify. For more information about the scholarships, contact Dr. Vince Hughes at vhughes@highlandcusd5.org for details.