The Dunham School is launching our own Discover Day Camp program this summer. If you are a parent looking for full-time child care this summer for your Pre-K through 6th grade child, the Discover Day Camp may be the answer to your childcare needs.
Or maybe you are looking for fun summer enrichment activities for your Pre-K through 12th grade student? Discover Dunham programs offer a wide range of academic, artistic and athletic opportunities throughout the summer. All of our Discover Dunham offerings are open to Pre K-12th grade students from Dunham and other area schools.
Whether you’re looking for academic enrichment, artistic inspiration, athletic instruction or a fun, summer day camp experience, we’re sure you’ll find what you’re looking for here.
Our goal is to enrich children’s lives by providing unique, inspiring, and challenging experiences. We invite you to explore the numerous, exciting camps and programs by clicking on www.discoverdaycamp.com
About the Director - Laura Lombardo
The Dunham School is pleased to announce Laura Lombardo as our new Discover Dunham Director of Summer and Extended Care Programs.
“I am thrilled to be the Director of Discover Dunham Summer and Extended Day Programs. I have a love for Dunham and the Baton Rouge community and feel extremely blessed to be able to reach out to such a large group of children. Enriching them with so many new and exciting programs is exhilarating,” she said. Lombardo's position also will include oversight of extended care and expanded after school enrichment activities beginning with the 2011-2012 school year.
Lombardo has been part of The Dunham School family for 13 years as a mother of two and as a kindergarten teacher for the past 7 years. Her teaching experiences also include 6th grade, 5th grade, 3rd grade, and 1st grade. For the past 23 years, Laura has also provided small group and one-on-one tutoring and authored lessons on the kindergarten level as a consultant for Manners of the Heart.
During her years as a kindergarten teacher, Lombardo directed the readiness camp for kindergarten and first grade students. She also started the K/1 Book Club as an after school enrichment. Prior to teaching at Dunham, Lombardo served as President of the Baton Rouge Women’s Tennis Association and was the director of the Louisiana State Tennis Championship Tournament.She has a musical background and is very passionate about the arts. Her research interests include cooperative learning, early literacy, and healthy living.