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Brush-Up Camp
Get ready for school ! Make friends!! Have fun !
Snacks provided!! Games ! Puzzles !

August 6-10 and August 13-17, 2018
Two programs available for students from all schools !!

All sessions are held at Ridgely Middle School
121 Ridgely Road, Lutherville, Md. 21093

Brush-Up 9:00-11:30
August 6-10 or August 13-17

For students entering grades 5, 6, or 7

Brush Up Camp helps students prepare for school by reviewing math and written
language skills. Confidence will soar and self esteem will grow at Brush Up Camp.

Camp Instructors:
Mrs. Kathy Routh 410-303-6654, kathyrouth3@gmail.com
Stephanie Strayer, SStrayer@bcps.org

Algebra Prep 1:00-3:00
August 6-10 only.

For middle and high school students beginning Algebra I
Algebra Camp reviews those concepts necessary for success in Algebra I.
Fraction and decimal operations, integer operations, solving equations,
evaluating expressions, order of operations, and coordinate
graphing will be discussed.

Instructor: Mrs. Kathy Routh 410-303-6654

Registration cost: $135 each session
Register online at Stone Alley by clicking the link below.


If you are unable to register online please email Kathy Routh at
kathyrouth3 @gmail.com to receive a registration form.

Meet the Instructors


Kathy Routh has been teaching math at Ridgely Middle School for twenty years. She has taught the entire math curriculum from Math 6 through Algebra II.  Mrs. Routh feels that Camp is the perfect way to reinforce and strengthen basic math skills which are so essential in increasing a child’s confidence and success.   Using games and manipulatives, she creates a learning environment that is fun as well as productive.  Students return to school in the fall more comfortable with math after having attended camp. Mrs. Routh is the mother of three children and lives in Lutherville.



Stephanie Strayer has been teaching at Ridgely Middle School for the past ten years. Being able to communicate effectively is essential to a student's success in elementary school, middle school, and beyond. During camp, students focus on improving skills such as reading comprehension and fluency. Students read mysteries to improve their abilities to make inferences and draw conclusions. Students identify various parts of speech to develop grammatical skills.



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