Summer Activities


Sora Sweet Reads

Starting May 4 through August 17 the Sora Sweet Reads program will offer a collection of Juvenile and Young Adult books that will be available through the Sora app for quick and easy unlimited access. Get started today at or download the free Sora app for Android or iOS. You can explore the title offerings and learn more about the program here:

Scots Basketball Camp (2nd-10th Grade Boys)

DDSD’s annual boys’ basketball camp takes place the week after school gets out. Learn the fundamentals of basketball including ball handling, shooting and passing. Play skill contests, games, and get one-on-one evaluation.

Informational Flyer & Registration Form

Zenger Farm Nature Based Day Camps (1st-10th Grade)

Would you like to meet a chicken, discover where a frog makes its home, watch wild birds build their nests? Each day at Farm Camp, we adventure around to care for the plants and critters that live here. We taste farm-fresh fruits + veggies we’ve grown. We play games, sing songs — then we’ll grab our boots and head down to the wetland to see what the dragonflies and tadpoles are up to. Get ready to play outside!

Information Packet

Registration Form

Zenger Farm Camp Website

Teen Nature Team (6th-8th Grade)

Teen Nature Team (TNT) is a FREE volunteer environmental science, stewardship, and job skills program that connects youth to nature, environmental careers, and college programs. With TNT, you will enjoy activities in nature and create a community with new friends. TNT is a partner of Ninth Grade Counts (All Hands Raised), which is a community-wide initiative to increase graduation rates by supporting summer learning and keeping more kids on track through the transition into high school.  Furthermore, graduates receive ongoing support applying for paid jobs with Portland Parks & Recreation.

Information Packet & Registration Form

Online Registration Form

Teen Nature Team Website

9th Grade Counts (8th Grade ONLY)

Students will attend a simulated high school experience. Students will rotate through classes and work to familiarize themselves with the high school campus, staff and peers. Certified DDHS instructors will teach students skills to better prepare themselves for 9th Grade; they will go on tours of the campus, meet staff and support people around campus, work on projects similar to what they will see in high school, and learn the expectations for success in high school. At the end of the program, the goal is for students to feel confident and have the tools necessary to make their 9th grade year a success.

Information Packet

Registration Form