Students got the opportunity to tour our National Football League team the Pittsburgh Steelers' home field and locker room to get a glimpse of the professional football game and player preparations.
Students will have the chance to explore Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Natural History and recap great artifacts along with a time capsule full of excitement and achievements from history itself.
Students attend public pools during the summer camp programs for some Fun in The Sun !!!
Students got to experience Pittsburgh's finest amusements and arcade games at the Kennywood Amusement Park.
Students take a trip to the Mattress Factory to check out some creatives, bizarre arrangements and structures.
CADAprograms has continued the G.A.M.E. Program (Guys & Adult Mentoring Experience). Most of our male students have little or no contact with a positive male role model outside of CADAprograms after-school and summer programs. We take two male students with two adult staff members to various sporting events to form a closer bond between the male students and CADAprograms staff. Our students experience events they normally would not be able to. The focus is on the two boys, and we discuss about doing the right things in life, share our life experiences, and show them by example that males in society can be responsible, work hard, and live up to expectations.
CADAprograms took its students to Oglebay Park in Wheeling, West Virginia to see the "Festival of Lights". Students and parents attended. Activities included a petting zoo, an outdoor light show, miniature railroad display, and a planetarium laser show with the light display.
A living historical re-enactment of the Underground Railroad. The live historical re-enactment occurred at Bethel AME Church in Lancaster, PA. The students developed a greater understanding of what slaves experienced and why freedom was necessary. Selected students participated in the presentation and wore period style clothing. The students and staff ate a Southern-style family dinner at the church after the re-enactment.
The students have had the opportunity to visit and sight see in the following cities: Niagara Falls, Canada; Altoona, PA; Cincinnati, OH, Detroit, MI; Baltimore, MD; Washington, DC; Harrisburg, PA; Niagara Falls, NY; New York City, NY; Lancaster, PA
The students attended the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium to check out all of the cool Wild Life, African land, Tropical rain forest, and Aquarium animals, along with a cool walk through, and learning about the animals and their habitats.
Students attended the aviary to see more than 500 birds from over 150 species, many of them threatened or endangered in the world!!!