Arts and Technology Academy of Pontiac (ATAP) Selected to Attend Tim Horton’s Children’s Foundation Camp

Arts and Technology Academy of Pontiac (ATAP) – a charter school managed by Mosaica Education – is proud and excited to announce a partnership between the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation and ATAP.

Eighty students in grades 3rd-5th have been selected to attend Camp Kentahten in Campbellsvlle, Kentucky from April 27-30, 2015. Camp Kentahten is Tim Horton’s Children’s Foundation first camp in the United States. Campers will take part in canoeing, hiking, mountain biking and many more exciting activities.

During their time at camp, ATAP campers will focus on the GREAT Bead Project:

  • Goal Setting and Achievement
  • Responsibility and Leadership
  • Environmental Awareness
  • Adventure, Creativity, and Discovery
  • Teamwork and Friendship

“We are absolutely THRILLED that ATAP has been chosen by the Tim Horton’s Foundation to attend Camp Kentahten,” commented Mrs. Septembra Williams, Head of School at ATAP. “We look forward to our continued partnership with Tim Horton’s and their support in helping our students become caring, responsible and motivated individuals.”

All food, transportation, and activities are provided by the Tim Horton’s Children’s Foundation. The Tim Horton Children’s Foundation is dedicated to fostering within children the quest for a brighter future.

About Mosaica Education
Mosaica Education is a leading global education organization that manages K-12 schools and provides educational services around the world. Originally founded (in 1997) as a charter school management organization, today Mosaica Education is the only US-based education organization serving preschool through high school students in public, private, charter and online education settings, in the United States and globally, that has also developed award-winning curriculum. Mosaica Education currently manages over 100 preschool, elementary, junior high and high school programs across the United States, United Kingdom, India and Mexico, and serves approximately 25,000 students.