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Camp and Resource Fair for Children With Special Needs
Since 2003, the Camp and Resource Fair has been an information vehicle servicing families seeking programs that accept children with special needs in both self-contained and inclusive environments. Participants will include camps, therapist, tutors and more!
Over 140 organizations from across Michigan (and a few others just outside Michigan) have been invited. We expect over 50 organizations and over 125 families to attend. Each organization attending the Fair will have a display table manned by a representative with whom you will able to speak. Additionally, most organizations bring along various printed information and video. Friends of Different Learners is excited to offer this service to parents each year. Learning about qualified and appropriate programs can be challenging and frustrating. This event has grown into a valuable resource for families of children with special needs.
New this year! A selection of Micro Businesses developed through The Macomb-Oakland Regional Center Inc. (MORC) will have products available for purchase.
For any other information about the Camp and Resource Fair or for information about Friends of Different Learners please contact one of our Camp and Resource Fair committee members.
More About Groves High School
Groves High School is one of two public schools in the Birmingham Public School District. It was listed in US News & World Report as one of the best high schools in the country.
Groves High School offers such elective courses as Holocaust Literature and Civil War and Reconstruction. Students can also chooses from courses in Spanish, French or Japanese, and have access to a language lab. Other electives include classes in business technology, business law, economics, fashion merchandising and ESL. Finally, Groves High School offers a gifted and talented program.
Groves High School also has a robust sports community. Calling themselves the Groves Falcons, students don green and white when they hit the athletic field and participate in the school's 30 varsity sports. Teams compete in the top two divisions of the Oakland Activities Association, and have the option of competing with Seaholm on unified hockey, gymnastics and lacrosse teams.
Groves High School comes equipped with seven tennis courts, an 8-lane stretch pool, a 330-seat theater for lectures and performances, wireless computer labs and 17 courtyards.
Other events here
- Birmingham's Camp Super Summer Daily, 10:00 am–11:00 am