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Welcome to Summer Camp 2020!

3K-8th grade (HS  age upon approval)

Water Play

Every camp day, your child will have the

opportunity to play in water!  On  Totally Tubular

Thursdays we  are steppin' up our water game with slides and bounce houses!

Totally Tubular Thursdays! 

Thursday, June 11th -- Purple slip & slide AND Castle house

Thursday, June 25th -- Tropical slide AND Castle house

Thursday, July 9th -- Hop-n-slide combo

Thursday, July 23rd -- Purple slip & slide AND Hop-n-slide combo

Thursday, July 30th -- Double splish splash combo AND Superman slide

Hiking

Students will have the opportunity to take adult led, supervised  hikes through the more wooded area of the property.  They may stop to build a fire, sing songs, admire nature, be mindful, or meditate!

Music

Every camp day campers  will have the opportunity to   play  various instruments and /or learn music theory.

Photography

Our professional photographer will offer students the opportunity to learn more about photography!  Students will take lots of photographs and learn about editing with Photoshop!

Art

Every camp day campers  will have the opportunity to paint, draw, color, and/or craft!

Dance

Every camp day campers  will have the opportunity to listen to music and free dance!  We may also learn some basic line dances like  the Macerena!

Once a week, campers will experiment  with cooking and learn about culinary arts.

Culinary

ACT Prep and/or  Tutoring

ACT prep and/or tutoring  may    be available upon  special request.

Drums

Learn the drums with John Wagnon!  John will be available to teach the drums to interested students the weeks of:

Let us know, in advance, if your child is particularly interested in this opportunity.

Theater Arts/Drama

Campers may form a group to write, direct, and perform their own play, or they may choose a play and work together to perform it, or they may simply participate in reader's theater.

Sewing

Sewing and creating from fabric.  

Gardening

Every camp day, campers can help with our garden.   They may    plant, harvest, mow, weed, compost, create a worm bed,  and other  fun  garden activities.

Book Club

Every camp day, campers can be a part of a book club!

STEM

Every camp day , campers will have the opportunity to conduct science experiments, build with Legos, build with K'nex, or other STEM related activities.

Call us:

662-469-9366

Nondiscriminatory Policy

Independent School of Thought does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access for all students.  The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:

Jessica Fulton – Executive Officer
 

For further information on notice of non-discrimination, visit http://wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/CFAPPS/OCR/contactus.cfm for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1-800-421-3481.