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Summer Camps

Camps are limited to 20 participants due to state guidelines for summer camps.

Click here to register and pay for camps.

Each camper must have a separate registration form.

Campers are not registered unless form is submitted and fee is paid online.  Thank you!

 

KID’S MAD SCIENTIST & SLIME

Join us for some “explosive” fun which will promote an interest in science by giving you a chance to do fun, interactive experiments as well as making slime and various S.T.E.M. activities. Prepare to get messy and do all the things Mom won’t let you do at home.

Instructor:  Suzy Walton

Ages:  Rising 1st - 5th Grade

Dates:  July 6-10

Time: 9 am-12 noon

Fee: $125 (Bring water and snack)

LEGO CAMP

Experience the wonderful world of Legos with a week filled with Lego activities!  Children will have fun while learning lifelong skills and making new friends!  While building, they will learn the fundamental principles of engineering, enhance personal creativity, learn to collaborate, and create without fear of mistakes!  Be ready to build, explore, and create at this exciting camp!  

Instructor:  Shannon Reber

Ages: Rising Pre-K- 1st grade and 2nd -5th grade

Dates: July 6-10

Time: 9 am-12 noon (rising PK-1st) and 12:30 pm-3:30 pm (2nd -5th)

Fee: $100 (Bring a water bottle and snack)

MIXING UP MUSIC AND ART CAMP

A camp with lots of Art and when the paint is drying, we will do lots of Music!  You can be sure there will be a few dance parties to shake, shake, shake! Summertime Art & Music with Mrs. Ray and Miss Lea is going to be LOTS of F U N! 

Instructors:  Karen Ray and Lea Fountain

Ages:  Rising K-2nd and Rising 3rd-6th

Dates: July 13-17

Time: 9 am-noon (Rising 3rd-6th grade) and 1 pm-4pm (rising K-2nd grade)
Cost: $155 (Bring a water bottle and a snack)

AMERICAN GIRL DOLL CELEBRATION

Join us as we travel through history and explore the lives of the different AG character, playing games, creating art, and having fun! Special focus on good manners, positive attitudes, respect for others, caring for our earth and environment, and service to our school and community. 

Instructors:  Suzy Walton and Mary Jane Kinnas

Ages: Rising Pre K - 4th grade

Dates: July 13-17

Time: 9 am-12 noon

Fee: $125 (Bring water bottle and a snack)

 
Campers attending both a morning and afternoon camp during the same week should bring a
sack lunch and drink for a supervised lunchtime between camps.

 

Payment Policy

Camp registration is not official until payment is received online.

Refund Policy

Camp registration fees are non-refundable.

Waiver Policy

The online registration form includes a waiver policy which must be completed and signed electronically by the parent or guardian. 

Camps are limited to 20 participants due to state guidelines for summer camps.

Click here to register and pay for camps.

Each camper must have a separate registration form.

Campers are not registered unless form is submitted and fee is paid online.  Thank you!

 

KID’S MAD SCIENTIST & SLIME

Join us for some “explosive” fun which will promote an interest in science by giving you a chance to do fun, interactive experiments as well as making slime and various S.T.E.M. activities. Prepare to get messy and do all the things Mom won’t let you do at home.

Instructor:  Suzy Walton

Ages:  Rising 1st - 5th Grade

Dates:  July 6-10

Time: 9 am-12 noon

Fee: $125 (Bring water and snack)

LEGO CAMP

Experience the wonderful world of Legos with a week filled with Lego activities!  Children will have fun while learning lifelong skills and making new friends!  While building, they will learn the fundamental principles of engineering, enhance personal creativity, learn to collaborate, and create without fear of mistakes!  Be ready to build, explore, and create at this exciting camp!  

Instructor:  Shannon Reber

Ages: Rising Pre-K- 1st grade and 2nd -5th grade

Dates: July 6-10

Time: 9 am-12 noon (rising PK-1st) and 12:30 pm-3:30 pm (2nd -5th)

Fee: $100 (Bring a water bottle and snack)

MIXING UP MUSIC AND ART CAMP

A camp with lots of Art and when the paint is drying, we will do lots of Music!  You can be sure there will be a few dance parties to shake, shake, shake! Summertime Art & Music with Mrs. Ray and Miss Lea is going to be LOTS of F U N! 

Instructors:  Karen Ray and Lea Fountain

Ages:  Rising K-2nd and Rising 3rd-6th

Dates: July 13-17

Time: 9 am-noon (Rising 3rd-6th grade) and 1 pm-4pm (rising K-2nd grade)
Cost: $155 (Bring a water bottle and a snack)

AMERICAN GIRL DOLL CELEBRATION

Join us as we travel through history and explore the lives of the different AG character, playing games, creating art, and having fun! Special focus on good manners, positive attitudes, respect for others, caring for our earth and environment, and service to our school and community. 

Instructors:  Suzy Walton and Mary Jane Kinnas

Ages: Rising Pre K - 4th grade

Dates: July 13-17

Time: 9 am-12 noon

Fee: $125 (Bring water bottle and a snack)

 
Campers attending both a morning and afternoon camp during the same week should bring a
sack lunch and drink for a supervised lunchtime between camps.

 

Payment Policy

Camp registration is not official until payment is received online.

Refund Policy

Camp registration fees are non-refundable.

Waiver Policy

The online registration form includes a waiver policy which must be completed and signed electronically by the parent or guardian. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR SUMMER CAMPS 2020

 

1. Campers will have temperature taken at drop-off. Any camper that exhibits a temp of 100.4 or higher or other symptoms will not be allowed to enter camp.

2. Campers will be given hand sanitizer upon entry to camp and throughout the day. Campers will be required to wash or sanitize hands before and after each group restroom break, snack break, and lunch break.

3. Campers are required to bring their own lunch and snacks with them to camp each day.  All items must be in a sealed lunch bag marked with the camper's name.

4. Campers may wear masks but are not required to do so.

5. Parents must remain in their vehicles when picking up and dropping off campers.

6. Any camper exhibiting a temp of 100.4 or greater and/or other symptoms shall be separated from the camp immediately. Parent will be contacted to pick up camper as soon as possible. Camper will remain in isolation area until picked up.

 

 

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