Extended Learning Opportunity Program

Title I Extended Learning Opportunity (ELO) Program

STEM Camp (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)

Because of the rapid changes as a result of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Baltimore County Public Schools ELO STEM Camp has shifted to a distance learning model. These changes will not affect our focus on providing a high-quality program that integrates Science, Technology, Engineering, and Language Arts.

In addition to our academic focus, counseling services will be provided for all students who attend. Counseling will be provided through small group, one-on-one, and video sessions with an emphasis on managing the world during the time of COVID-19 and an expanded national conversation about race. 

Student Schedule
Summer 2020 Extended Learning Opportunity

Independent Activities

Google Meets
with Teacher

Google Meets
Small Group Session
with Teacher

STEM/Math activity

☐ Edmentum independent reading program

☐ Dreambox independent math program

Google Meets for live STEM/MATH Camp with teacher.

Students will be invited to scheduled small group sessions by teacher on Google Meets.

6,500 students have enrolled in the program which is being delivered by close to 300 teachers. Students from all Title I schools are eligible to participate.

This student schedule exemplifies the focus on maintaining the Extended Learning Opportunity Program's historical fun and engaging interactions among students, teachers, and families. For example, our partnership with Future Makers will provide all enrolled students with materials to build contraptions that align with the Baltimore County Public Schools curriculum.

The Extended Learning Opportunity STEM distance learning program will take place from July 6, 2020 to July 31, 2020.

Contact the Office of Title I's ELO information email [email protected] for additional information.


Title I Elementary school students currently in Grades 1 to 5.


Using a distance learning model, the Title I ELO STEM Camp will reinforce students' mathematics and reading skills during the summer. Students will have access to project-based programs.


Title I schools coordinating distance learning through online learning tools.


July 6, 2020 through July 31, 2020


Contact your school for enrollment information.