Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the ‘yellow’ status of Allegheny County, MUSA is unable to successfully operate the Summer Camp program and will not be opening this year. Many of our regular partnerships have been cancelled, which would make it very difficult to provide a high-quality summer program. We have high hopes that we will be able to offer our normal Summer Camp program next year and will miss everyone until then!
We will be operating a Grab and Go food distribution site for local youth, supplying breakfast and lunch at no cost. This will begin on June 29th from 10:00AM-12:00PM at the COG building and the meals are first come, first served.
If you have any additional questions, please contact Samantha Kovacs at SKovacs@musasv.org!
MUSA Summer Day Program
MUSA has offered a Summer Day Program to children ages 5 (and having completed Kindergarten) to 12 in the community for over ten years! The program aims to provide a safe and fun environment for socialization, physical fitness, and learning. MUSA provides daily structured activities to meet these goals and utilizes local and regional resources in order to provide field trips and other types of activities.
Daily & Weekly Activities Include:
- Daily Academic Lessons
- Arts & Sciences Programming with Pittsburgh-area Organizations
- Physical Fitness Activities
- Weekly Field Trips
- Service Learning Projects
- Breakfast, Lunch, Snack, and Dinner each day!
While many Steel Valley students attend MUSA programs, any eligible student in the region is welcome to apply.
CCIS funding or a private, sliding scale fee agreement are required for children to be enrolled in all MUSA programs
Welcome Back Happy Feet Pittsburgh!
The Little Lambs are at it again! They are learning the foundations of soccer this Summer with the Happy Feet Program. The Happy Feet organization engages children in all aspects of learning, including- physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development. The Little Lambs did great, and they loved it!
Today in the Little Lambs classroom the students became scientists and predicted outcomes of an experiment! They added water to a cup with magic cubes. They predicted what would happen to the cubes after adding the water! They love participating in the experiments (and the teachers do as well!).