Prime Time Palm Beach County has created a one-stop shop for gathering a wide range of resources to support the transition from in-person to virtual summer camp programming. All resources provided should not be considered as advice, guidance or requirements. The resources provided do not attempt to interpret government orders, but instead offers ideas to help you to make this transition.
Share the amazing work your program is doing with the OST field, your colleagues and other OST professionals by tagging Prime Time and using hashtag #VirtualOST on social media.
Activities for age groups K-2, 3-5 and 6-8, provided by local content experts in Palm Beach County.
Prime Time Summer Camp Schedule with an hour by hour calendar of events available to the public free of charge.
Mizzen by Mott inspires, engages and sparks learning in young people. With activities from premier organizations like Jazz at Lincoln Center and powerful management tools, this new app can help you strengthen your afterschool program. Supported by the Mott Foundation, Mizzen is available at no cost to afterschool professionals!
Ensure the protection of youth and address the implications of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act.
The Google Classroom Quick-Start Guide + resources, tips and tricks! - Ditch That Textbook
A guide to help outline how educators can leverage Zoom in a virtual learning environment.
Zoom tips to familiarize and offer helpful tips.
Tips for virtual communication with children and families.
- A Virtual Voice, by Florida Virtual School
Guidebook is now providing a summer camp mobile app template to post camp schedule, activities, photos and more. The app will allow for communication with families.
Virtual Professional Development
Prime Time Palm Beach County is offering professional development in an online format for practitioners. OST practitioners in Palm Beach County who are currently not receiving an income, specifically front line staff, a $45 stipend for each three-hour professional development training that is completed.
Florida Department of Children and Families
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Step-by-Step Guide to Begin a Virtual Summer Camp
- American Camp Association
Updated May 13, 2020