Week One: June 10-14
Rae Gibson- Games (capture the flag, etc.)
Leigh Ann Sharp- Sewing
Eric Martin- Music Appreciation
Carol Haukup- Exploring the Mississippi River
Week Two: June 17-21
Heather Steele- Creative Movement
Brandy Greiner- Storymakers
Rae Gibson- Rock, Scissors, Paper, String
Carol Haukup- Funny Feet
Week Three: June 24-28
Heather Steele- Reader’s Theater
Leigh Ann Sharp- Crafting (TBD)
Mark Tucker- Soccer
Brandy Greiner- Sensory Science
Summer Camp is open to SCCS and non-SCCS students alike. Ages run from rising PreK-4 students to rising 6th graders. Each week will have a unique offering of four classes that fall into these broad categories: gross motor (like soccer or games), fine motor (arts and crafts), and two fun/light academic classes– one that’s more science/math related, and one that’s language arts/social studies related.
Campers will be divided into four classes by age: PreK & K; 1st grade; 2nd grade; 3rd & 4th grades; 5th & 6th grades
The camp day runs from 8:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m., and includes a provided snack, but no lunch.
Stay and Play is from 12:15 to 4:00 p.m. and is charged separately. Campers in Stay and Play must bring a lunch and afternoon snack with them.
Camp is $100 for the week, per child, and $80 for each additional sibling. Stay and Play is $40 for the entire week, or $10 per day. If you are a returning SCCS family who is already set up in FACTS, you will be charged through your FACTS account. If you are not set up in FACTS or want to arrange some other form of payment, please let us know.
Contact Julia Wickes (email@example.com) with questions about camp.