Learning Center

Evergreen Vision & Learning Center

2017 Summer Math Camp

Stop summer learning loss and join us at our summer math camp at Evergreen Vision and Learning Center.
We are offering a week long math camp, June 26-30, 2017, from 9:00a.m. to noon for kindergarten through 5th grades, at 1232 Bergen Parkway, suite 103.

Our camp will give elementary students the opportunity to enhance their problem solving skills while socializing, engaging in activities, and playing math games.

The camp is geared to the student to keep up their skills during the summer months and cut down on summer learning loss. Our emphasis is to create enthusiasm and a love of learning math, while helping with summer learning loss. Math Common Core Standards are addressed in the areas of computation, geometry, fractions, money, measurement, and algebraic patterns all while having fun. Cost of the week camp $175.00.

Call 303-478-4279 or 303-638-4045 or email donna@evandlc.com for additional information or to register.

Specializing in one-on-one instruction featuring:

  • Tutoring in reading writing, science, and math. Specializing in reading fluency and comprehensive skills.
  • Enrichment to enhance academic skills in all areas.
  • Book Clubs


Struggling in school? Tired of the homework battles?

Keep your child from falling behind over breaks and summer vacation. Get help with a child behind in school with tutoring in all areas.

Different times available Monday through Friday.

Reading Assessment

We assess the students reading level by administering the Gort 5 Reading Test. This is a reliable oral test that yields results for oral reading rate, accuracy, fluency, and comprehension. Our analyses include students reading behavior and expressions.

Gort 5 Reading Test

We assess reading by administering GORT-5 Reading test. The GORT 5 is a reliable oral reading test that yields valid results for oral reading rate, accuracy, fluency, and comprehension. In addition, this test provides an optional method for classifying deviations from print. There are 5 different miscue classifications and the frequency of these substitutions are reported as a percentage. This optional analyses include noting reading behaviors as well as providing an informal evaluation of reading expressions.