KEEPERS℠ for Kids camp

Photos from 2016 KEEPERSSM

KEEPERS 2017 will be: July 10-14, July 17-21, and July 24-28

If you would like to be notified about KEEPERS℠ 2017, email Sandy Coit ( 



Located on-campus at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, KEEPERS℠ provides a one week, half-day camp experience involving hands-on, minds-on challenges set up for campers entering grades 2-5. The activities develop inquiry and design skills through engineering challenges.
This summer, we are dividing our KEEPERS℠ campers into two separate groups: Grades 2-3 and Grades 4-5.
Cost for our 2017 program:  $185 (t-shirts are available for purchase for $10)

Registrations are coming in for our 2017 program. There are spots left in most sessions (however, Grades 2-3: 1st Session is fully enrolled.)

Our KEEPERS teachers are busy planning NEW activities and challenges, so if you want your child to have an amazing summer camp experience, register today!


Abby Hatfield with KEEPERS campers

Abby Hatfield with KEEPERS campers

Matt Endrizzi with a KEEPERS camper.

Matt Endrizzi with a KEEPERS camper.

Meet our KEEPERS℠ Teachers

Matt Endrizzi, science teacher at Somersworth High School. As a teacher and former researcher, Matt sees KEEPERS℠ as a wonderful STEM camp: "The kids learn through experimentation as they ask questions, measure, calculate, design, and build." Matt will teach the Grades 4-5 group for 2017.

Abby Hatfield, physical science teacher and science dept. chair at Newmarket High School. What motivates them as teachers? "Observing a learning moment," says Abby. "It's what we look for." Abby will take 2017 off from teaching KEEPERS, as she and her husband are expecting a baby - Congrats!

Beth Sommers, Curriculum Integration and Extended Learning Coordinator at Greenland Central School. Beth was new to KEEPERS℠ in 2016 and taught the afternoon sessions of KEEPERS℠. Beth will teach the Grades 2-3 group for 2017. She also worked with our KEEPERS for Teachers program in 2016 which was a teacher professional development opportunity.


The University of New Hampshire seeks to create a welcoming and inclusive youth program experience for all participants. Reasonable accommodation, consistent with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act as amended, Section 504 and applicable state law, may be requested to support participation of individuals with disabilities in youth camps and other youth activities. If an accommodation is needed for any reason, please contact Cathy Leach, Summer Youth Programs, 603-862-3266 (phone); TTY Users: 7-1-1 (Relay NH); or Accommodation request determinations are made on a case by case basis. Accommodation requests should be made at the time of registration, or as soon as possible thereafter to allow sufficient time for consideration and implementation.