Calhoun Math Camp
Math will come to life for students at Calhoun Math Camp! During this immersive experience, campers will develop their mathematical skills and reinforce numerical concepts in an environment where math is fun and imaginative. Students will learn to build new strategies, approach problems creatively and collaborate with their peers – all while boosting their confidence and enthusiasm as budding mathematicians.
Each day will include an array of special projects and inventive activities designed to challenge and inspire a wide range of thinkers and learners. Together we’ll venture into the neighborhood to discover the math that surrounds us. We’ll explore, uncover and investigate all things mathematical – we may even build a robot or two!
2019 Program Details
Dates: June 24 – July 3, 2019
Hours: 9am – 3pm
Location: 433 West End Ave. @ 81st St.
Campers: Students entering 3rd-8th grades
Balance Due: by March 1, 2019.
Deposit: $500 non-refundable deposit required upon registration; cancellations after May 1 will result in forfeiture of tuition.
Financial Aid: If you are interested in applying for financial aid, please contact David Alpert before registering.
NYC Public School families: The last day for public schools in NYC is after this camp begins. If your child is unable to begin on the first day of camp, we will prorate their registration fee accordingly. To accommodate your schedule, please contact David Alpert, Calhoun Performing Arts Camp Director.
Monique Boston is a passionate mathematician and experienced educator who joined Calhoun this year as a Middle School Math Teacher. She attended The Virginia Commonwealth University, where she earned both her bachelor’s and master’s in education. She has worked in both the public school and independent school sector, most recently at The Collegiate School. While she loves all aspects of working with Calhoun mathematicians, she is especially excited to relate math to the students’ real-world experiences and to help them grapple with the applications. Monique is looking forward to working with students of all levels this summer.
Molly Cohen is completing her third year at Calhoun teaching fifth grade math. She loves to incorporate projects, games and puzzles into her math curriculum. She understands the importance of playing with math in real-life contexts. Before working at Calhoun, Molly spent two years working at the Renaissance Charter School in Jackson Heights. Molly graduated from University of Michigan with a degree in business administration and received a degree in urban education from the University of Chicago. She is excited to have the opportunity to explore math in a playful and creative way this summer.
Kyle Anderson is completing her seventh year at Calhoun teaching fourth grade social studies. She loves to plan and execute STEAM-related activities into her social studies curriculum. Though Kyle teaches social studies, her first teaching passion was mathematics, and she loves helping students challenge themselves. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, she currently teaches LEGO robotics and knitting in Calhoun’s After School Program. Before working at Calhoun, Kyle worked at The Town School, The Dalton School and The Spence School. Kyle graduated from Williams College with a double major in art history and philosophy and received a degree from Bank Street College of Education in childhood general and special education. She is super excited to explore the wide world of math this summer!