Summer Discovery Camp!

All current enrolled students will automatically “roll into” our Summer Discovery Camp unless you wish to dis enroll. Should you decide to dis enroll your student, a two weeks notice is required at minimum.Summer Camp themes have been chosen! Themes are based on enrichment opportunities during Summer Discovery Camp vs. academics. Themes are as follows:

  • June 6th- “Circus & Circus History
  • 13th- “Wild West”
  • 20th- “Camping”
  • 27th – “The Arts”
  • July 4th- “Fun in the Sun” (School CLOSED Monday, July 4th)
  • 11th- ” Weird Science”
  • 18th- “Treasure Island”
  • 25th- “Engineering”
  • August 1st- “Marvels of Magic”
  • 8th- “Farm to Table”
  • 15th- “Kinder Camp” (School CLOSED Friday, August 19th for STAFF IN SERVICE)

Academic Themes Will Resume August 22nd

 

2016 Discovery Camp Program Info

Discovery Camp ThumbnailDiscovery Camp begins at the end of the academic school year and runs for 10 weeks. It is designed to be a break from the more structured school-year and be a time for our students to continue to explore and have some serious Summer fun!

 

Camp runs Monday – Friday through normal business hours.

Ages 3-5 Full Day: $180/week

Ages 6+ Full Day: $150/week

*Part day options are available.

Leaders In Training (For Older Campers)

the-leadership-in-meLeaders in Training (L.I.T.’s) This program is designed for older campers who have a desire to be role models and/or teachers to the children in their communities. This is a 3 week program running from June 8 – 26 designed to produce highly qualified camp leaders, coaches and babysitters. L.I.T.’s will work closely with teachers throughout the summer to obtain skills such as teaching, mentoring, understanding and providing needs and services for a variety of ages and CPR & First Aid certification. All L.I.T.’s will have an opportunity to put these newly learned skills to use and how they can adapt them to other leadership opportunities such as managing money and promoting sustainability. Each L.I.T. will leave with a certificate of completion of the Leadership Program, a letter of recommendation from their immediate mentor teacher, as well as a resume designed to help them obtain their first job.