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  • Serving over 250 children yearly. Over 18,400 contact hours with children in the summer of 2006 according to attendance records.

  • 12 Certified educators and staff in a structured environment providing academic, social, emotional, physical and spiritual support

  • Field trips weekly

  • Instruction in the CORE subjects of Reading, Math, and Science with an emphasis on technology

  • Language support for Hispanic children with certified bilingual educators

  • Transportation provided. Expenses absorbed by Bridges.

  • Breakfast and lunch provided

  • 80 contact hours per child

  • Community service projects

  • Private music lessons for Bridges band students

  • Select team sports programs

  • On the final day of the summer program, we take a trip to Hawaiian Falls in Roanoke, TX and before the park opens, we hold water baptisms for those who have accepted Christ in their hearts and made the personal decision to follow Christ. Afterwards, we celebrate and let the children enjoy their time at the water park. 

Meet the Head Director

Bridges Outreach of Denton County, Inc.



Data Clerk and Campus Mentor Coordinator at Degan Elementary

“Mama Teamer” or “Sis. Kim”, as she is called by so many of the youth that she works with, was Youth Director at Grace Missionary Baptist Church in Lewisville, TX for seven years where she implemented programs like AWANA, Children’s Church, and the annual Back to School Gospel Explosion. She continues to work with students via Bridges Summer Camp.  She contributes to Lewisville HS as the President of the LHS Theater Booster Club and the Hospitality Coordinator of the LHS Choir Booster Club, where her son also participates in those activities. She also has two older sons, 26 and 27, who graduated from Lewisville HS as well.


Kim loves seeing the children learn and grow during the summer program.  They get to continue to grow their brains during the summer in math, science, reading and bible studies all while having fun.  She loves seeing the impact that Bridges has on their lives.

Kim Teamer

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