What We're About

The Camp Spring Creek Blog subscriber base has nearly tripled since The Big Switch a few weeks ago and our stats are up over 200%! It’s time to take a moment to orient our newest readers to the purpose of this site. During summers, we update our blog three times each week. All other times of year, we update twice weekly. Although Camp Spring Creek has had an online presence for years, investment in this blog really kicked off this spring. Our teachers, counselors, campers, and tutors come to us from all over the world. By communicating through this blog and our Facebook page, we hope to keep all the members of our community in touch more frequently. If you subscribe to this blog via email (on right hand sidebar), you’ll never miss a post and you can unsubscribe at any time. If you follow us on Facebook, you’ll see all kinds of photos and quips from our camp and training lives on-the-go.

Our official website has all the details about enrolling for camp, professional development and training opportunities, employment with us, as well as links to our seasonal newsletter. This blog is where newsworthy updates are posted with a bit more depth. Take a moment to tour the different categories we’ve established (right hand side bar) and learn about our grant funding, our local programs, and our spectacular trained teachers. We also like to recommend books and appreciate any reading ideas you have to share.

Later this fall, we hope to network with the broader world of professionals in the education, camp, and training fields for children with dyslexia. We’re even keeping our fingers crossed that we’ll be able to publish brief interviews with professionals in the field, with the intention of creating a blog that not only informs and inspires, but adds to greater dyslexia dialogue. If there is something you would like to see us discuss, someone you’d like us to interview, or a question related to dyslexia that you’d like us to consider, please let us know. It is an exciting time of growth for us at Camp Spring Creek, and you are a big part of that!