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2020 Spring Break Camps

If camp is cancelled due to low enrollment, you’ll be notified of cancellation no later than Wed., Mar. 18th

9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Grades: K-5
Min./Max.: 5/15
Cost: $80/day (3 days or more: $70/day)
*Early drop off from 8:30 a.m. *FREE after camp hours from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. *Bring a lunch and snacks

REGISTER HERE

Mon. 3/23: SHARK TANK – DESIGN & INNOVATION
Creativity can’t be learned, or can it?! Learn how designers and product developers create products with fundamental design concepts. Students will learn with team building activities and individual projects to design and create a cool new product.

Tue. 3/24: SPACE RACE – SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Ever wonder what is up in the galaxies? NASA has done plenty of research, but with hands on activities, this camp will teach kids how they too can appreciate the science and technology that goes into space exploration!

Wed. 3/25: ONE MAN’S TRASH IS ANOTHER MAN’S TREASURE – SUSTAINABILITY & CONSERVATION
We only have one Earth, but as our numbers continue to grow, it is important to know what practices can help us grow sustainably. In this camp, we will discuss and do projects based off the concepts of conservation and environment preservation.

Thur. 3/26: CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY BLAST
In this fun-filled camp your young scientist will create color-changing magic flowers and vegetables, and watch water move in the plants. Campers will also learn the basic concept of acid and base, and be amazed by the instant color changes of natural pH indicator from vegetables. In addition, campers will learn to make cool origami toys and take them home. Prizes will be given out in a bingo game at the closing of the camp.

Fri. 3/27: EASTER FUN BONANZA
With Easter fast approaching,  it’s time to find out just how many ways to have fun with Easter eggs! How about putting on a physicist hat and setting up an Easter catapult? —-Ready, set, fire away! How does simple chemistry and exciting volcano egg eruption sound?  Of course you can’t have Easter eggs without the hunt. Teamwork at play here. Working with partners decorating award-winning Easter egg designs and — let’s gather and hunt!

Time: 9-4
Grades: (K-1) (2-5)
Cost: $45 half day/ $90 full day
REGISTER HERE

Mon. 3/23: SOMETHING SWEET: BAKE SALE TREATS
This class will teach the basics of baking: how to read a recipe, create a grocery list, budget, shop for supplies in our mock grocery store, and check out at the register. Students will then learn the fundamentals of teamwork as they work together to bake different recipes. Recipes include kid friendly treats that can easily be sold at a bake sale such as cake pops and rice krispie treats.

Tue. 3/24: LEGO STOP MOTION ANIMATION
Students will tackle leadership and teamwork as they work in teams to create their own stop motion animated videos using lego bricks. Students will have fun digging into our lego bins and building, while learning a variety of tips and tricks on how to turn their lego creations into movies. Our lego class will challenge your child to think creatively while learning the basics of teamwork.

Wed. 3/25: TEAMWORK: CHALLENGE BASED PROBLEM SOLVING
Students will learn how to communicate with others and collaborate when there is more than one right answer. They participate in a variety of instant challenges that encourage them to learn how to team on the fly. Activities include designing a bird feeder using recycled materials, and lip sync battle skits.

Time: 9-12 pm & 1-4 pm or 9 am-4 pm
Grades: K-6
Min. Students: 8
Cost: Half Day $40 or Full Day $80 (Sibling Discount: 10% off each additional sibling)
REGISTER HERE

Thu. 3/26: BE AN ARCHAEOLOGIST FOR A DAY!
Students will have an opportunity to work with a former archaeologist while studying how archaeologists work. In a group of four, they will choose a Native American Culture to research. They will then design a scene from that culture by creating artifacts out of clay and other materials to bury as an archaeological site. They will then pass their site to another group while getting another group’s burial site. Using transect lines, they will systematically excavate the site, trying to determine the archaeological significance of the scene and excavated artifacts by using the class notes.

Fri. 3/27: CREATE A TERRARIUM ZOO
Students will either work with a partner or alone to study a zoo animal of their choice by researching their behavior, adaptations, and facts. With this knowledge, they will develop signs and posters about their animal. After researching the animal’s habitat, they will design and create a terrarium for their miniature zoo animal to display at our classroom zoo. Students will be able to take home their small terrarium habitat with a miniature zoo animal.

Every child should have access to a strong foundation of science; full and partial scholarships are available. Please email [email protected] for an application.

Important Announcements & Information

🔗 Update on CDL: October 21, 2020 Please click the link to read an important announcement from Principal Rickman

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