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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Spanish - Thurgood Marshall Elementary
IMPORTANT: You must register and pay directly at: www.spongeschool.com/sign-up/. Instructor: Sponge (www.spongeschool.com) Hola! At Sponge, we see language as a passport to global citizenship. Students learn to see the world through a different lens while acquiring language skills and the confidence to use them. Young learners are especially primed for language learning - research shows that students are 70% more likely to gain fluency when they begin in elementary school. We are excited to offer Spanish at Thurgood Marshall this fall with our engaging, research-driven curriculum, taught completely in language. Students learn important, everyday language through exciting thematic units and a wide variety of interactive games, activities, songs and art projects. Our goal is to build a strong foundation of comprehension and communication skills, all while having FUN! For more information, email or call (425) 274-5188. Monday Class Dates: Classes run 10/5/15 – 5/16/16. No class 1/18/15 (Martin Luther King Day), 2/15 (Mid-winter break). (206) 252-2800
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One-week Middle School and High School Archaeology Camps. Three-week High School Field School (credits available). Be part of a real archaeology project! ...
Activities: Archaeology, Anthropology, Gifted, Science
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Monticello, UT Summer Camps

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Pre-Teen 1 Camp Registration Deadline - Gary, TX
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Payment is due in full for each camper when the online registration is submitted. Registrations made within fourteen days prior to each camp will be considered late registration and will incur an additional $15 fee per attendee (due at check-in). Late registrations will not be guaranteed a t-shirt due to late notice. Registrations are transferable but not refundable.

Teen's Fine Art Camp - July - Sumter, SC
Mon, Jul 11, 2016 2:30pm Thu, Jul 14, 2016 5:30pm Mrs. Michael’s Fine Art Camp July 11th-14th, 2:30pm - 5:30pm An exciting way to introduce your child to fine art! Monday: Essentials of Drawing Techniques & lessons about Leonardo DaVinci Tuesday: Watercolor Media Technique & a adventures with Audubon, the man who painted birds Wednesday: Acrylic Painting and Technique & brushstrokes with Van Gogh Thursday: Introduction to Printmaking Techniques & learning how to print like Andy Warhol DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS JULY 1! Each day your child will get hands on instruction from Michael and her daughters. They will be learning about art history (in a fun way) and the fine art skills listed above to create some masterpieces! Cost $155 (all supplies included) Space is limited to 15 per class. Payment is required to reserve your space. Reserve your canvas today! *New Payment Policy* To be added to our list and registered for this class, you must pay in full in advance for the class. The class fills first come first serve, so the earlier you sign up the better! You may pay through the PayPal button above using your PayPal account or any major credit or debit...

Youth Skills & Drills Camp - Burleson, TX
Pre-Season Skills & Drills Camp for kindergarten - 8th graders.

Kid's Prayer Boot Camp - Prayer Training/Anointing Event
With all that's going on in our Cities, this strategy is to quickly teach our school age children in Euclid and Cleveland, Ohio and other cities how to protect and cover themselves and their schools in prayer! I've prayed over our children for years. Now it's time to anoint them to pray and teach them the power of declaring the blood of Jesus and the power of speaking His Name!! WE ARE RAISING UP PRAYER WARRIORS! This will help counter act the attack that the enemy has launched on our children! The weapons of our warfare are not carnal...! Let's Infiltrate! Let us help you to PREPARE YOUR CHILDREN, GRANDCHILDREN, ANY SCHOOL-AGE CHILD. PLEASE SHARE and INVITE!!! - Pastor dkWard

Election Day Camp- Kids - Lafayette, LA
School is out for Election Day! Don’t stress, Nutty Scientists has you covered with an All-Day Camp filled with Interactive Workshops, Scienceful Art Projects, and Cool Inventions! You can either purchase camp time by the hour for $5 per hour or you can purchase the whole day! $45 w/ Lunch/Snack/Juice. $40 w/ NO Lunch/Snack/ Nor Juice. Lunch will be Pepperoni or Cheese Pizza and we will supply juice and snack. If you select the NO LUNCH option you MUST provide Lunch & Snack. We have a water fountain but you may also send juice or water! PLEASE do not send any type of nuts to Nutty Scientists with your child. We have many little ones with nut allergies! If you are registering hourly, choose number of tickets per hour you are registering for. Example: You want 3 hours, select 3 tickets next to hourly pass. Ages accepted is 5-11! Time: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm 9:00am – 10:00am is drop off. The door will remain locked until 9:00am. This is considered an “early drop-off” to cater to more parents getting to work. Activities as usual start at 10:00am!

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Week 2 - Crazy Characters - Episcopal Day School
Does your camper have a favorite book, movie, video game, or cartoon? We will spend this week exploring all of our favorite characters! 7067331192.0

For the Love of Latin: Discovering Ancient Rome - Hopkins Campus
Cave Inertiam! Romam Eamus! This week well travel back in time to explore the history, culture and daily life of the ancient Romans. We will make Roman armor and practice battle strategies, prepare and sample Roman foods, create Roman art and much more. Well even learn a little Latin along the way. This camp is led by Blake Upper School Latin teacher Courtney Shaw. 952-988-3463

Players Camp **SOLD OUT** - Stanford University
The Players Camp is a five-day, overnight program designed to give the higher-level junior player an opportunity to develop their game in preparation for high-school/collegiate/tournament golf. Learning sessions will include technical instruction in all parts of the game, course management and mapping, mental training, fitness education, nutrition habits, significant on-course playing time and college recruitment information. Each camper will receive one-on-one instruction with the Stanford Coaching Staff and other DI Coaches and Current Collegiate Players; space is limited for this camp. This camp is open to any and all entrants (limited only by age, number, grade level and/or gender). 800-357-7687

Primary Art Camp: Week I Afternoon Session - Challenge Alaska
Girdwood Fine Arts Camp was established in 1987, and provides a fast paced introduction to a variety of art media and professional artist styles. This registration is for the Primary A rt Camp (Ages 5-8) for the W eek I Camp held Monday - Friday from August 1-5 , 2016 in the AFTERNOON from 1pm - 3pm Y our child will work with guest artists and volunteers to explore different techniques and styles, while fully immers ing themselves in creativity. This camp provides a truly fun and dynamic experience that will spark creativity, engagement, exploration and individual expression. The program welcomes each young artist as a unique individual bursting with potential. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This camp is operated by Girdwood Art Institute, a local non-profit based in Girdwood, AK. Please call Carrie McLain at 907-250-0815 if you have questions regarding this camp. Please drop-off and pick-up your child on time each day! LOCATION Held at Challenge Alaska Buildling INSTRUCTOR Carrie McLain

Pottery Camp Morning, Ages 9-12 - The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum
SummerART Camp Pottery Morning Program 9:30am to 1:45pm Pottery Camp Session III: July 25 to August 5 Pottery Camp This camp is for children who are interested specifically in working with clay to create pottery, sculpture, and more. Campers are grouped in age-specific classes (6 to 8, and 9 to 12). Campers will have the opportunity to use the Museums diverse collection of Native American pottery as inspiration. Much of the work created in Pottery Camp will be kiln fired, some will be functional, some will be decorative, and all of it will be treasured for years to come. Much of this artwork will be displayed at the receptions in Leir Hall at the end of each session. Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 11.48.07 AM [] AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Ceramics Studio at The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum

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