Banning Unified Offers Summer School, Camp and Meal Program for Students

Banning Unified School District is offering a variety of programs and services to ensure children ages 18 and under are well-fed, highly engaged and continuing to learn throughout the summer.
During June and July, Banning Unified students can supplement their education through the summer school program offered at Hemmerling Elementary School, Nicolet Middle School and Banning High School. Classes will be in session through July 8, and breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Through the District’s partnership with the Boys and Girls Club, Banning Unified students will have the opportunity to participate in sports and fun enrichment activities, occurring through July 8 at Hemmerling Elementary School and Nicolet Middle School. Students will be provided with snack and supper.
In addition to daily activities, the Boys and Girls Club is offering a summer day camp for Banning Unified students. From July 11 to 29, students will be provided with breakfast, lunch, supper and snack a while enjoying a day filled with learning and recreation.
Banning Unified will also provide all children ages 18 and under with free, delicious meals, served at Repplier Park, 49 N San Gorgonio Ave., Banning through July 29. Meals will also be provided at Cabazon Library and Cabazon Park, 50425 Carmen Ave., Cabazon, through July 22. Meals will be available at Cabazon Library Monday through Thursday, and at Cabazon Park on Fridays.
To take advantage of the many opportunities available to Banning Unified families this summer, please contact the District Office at (951) 922-0200.