Creation Sensation Summer Camp

 

Now Hiring for Creation Sensation 2017

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Creation Sensation, Christ Episcopal School’s summer camp, now offers three options:
 

Three one-week camps for incoming grades Pre-K through 7th grade

    Week 1: June 5-9, 9 AM to 3 PM           Cost: $225
    Week 2: June 12-16, 9 AM to 3 PM         Cost: $225
    Week 3: June 19-23, 9 AM to 3 PM         Cost: $225
 

Drama Camp - June 5-23
2017 Summer Production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

Wildcat Spirit Camp (incoming 2nd-5th graders)
A variety of cheer, dance, pom technique and team-building activities.  

TBA


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Before-care (7:30 - 9:00) $35.00 per week in advance, Drop in $7 per day (must be paid by the end of the week).
After-care (3:00 - 5:00) $50.00 per week in advance, Drop in $10 per day (must be paid by the end of the week).
Lunch is held from 11:30- 12:30. Campers must bring a lunch each day.
Dress is cool, casual and conservative. Athletics requires socks and sneakers.
Camp t-shirts are available but are not required.

PRE K-1ST
Students entering Pre-K through 1st grades will have a daily schedule of thematic activities that foster creativity, active learning, and exploration. Some of activities include art, cooking, science, music, Godly Play, Movin' and Groovin', Exploring our World. Themes will vary from week to week for those campers that are attending more than one week.


GRADES 2nd-3rd
Students entering grades 2nd through 3rd will choose one grade appropriate morning session and one afternoon session. Activities in each session will vary week-to-week for those students attending more than one week.


Athletics (grades 2-3) Campers will discover new interests and talents as they participate in games with teams and individual sports.  The emphasis will be on improving skills, getting exercise, and having fun. There will be canoeing, skating, hockey, basketball, and many more fun activities.  Come join us and be prepared to get your heart pumping!  (Class size is limited to 20)



Art - rageous! (grades 2-3) Walk on the wild side with arts and crafts. Make Rembrandts, pottery, t-shirts and hats. Campers will splatter, sculpt, build, and more with all different types of materials galore. Bring your imagination and wear old clothes. You might even get some paint on your toes! (Class size is limited to 15. Morning and afternoon sessions will be different.)


Mish Mash (grades 2-3) Do you like to try new things? Activities in this session will vary day-to-day. From making homemade ice cream, to constructing catapults, from origami to paper airplanes. Learn new games, skills, and make delicious treats. (Class size is limited to 12)

Robotics (grades 2-3 afternoon only) Campers will learn to build their own robots using Legos, gears, wheels, tires, electric motors, sensors, micro-switches, electrical cables, and much, much more. Campers will then learn to program their robots to become fully functional. (Class size
is limited to 15)


Drama Camp (Ages 8-15) There’s no business like show business! This summer, as part of Creation Sensation, we are offering a three-week drama camp ending with two evening performances of The Return of the Glass Slipper.  Drama Camp will meet in our school theater Monday through Friday, 6/6 - 6/24 from 9:00 – 3:00. Performance dates: Friday, 6/24 & Saturday, 6/25 at 7:00 p.m.  Ticket prices $5 for children and $10 for adults.  Drama Director: Mrs. Peggy Aultman; Set & Costume Design: Mrs. Ruth Siporski; Music Director: Ms. Emily Wright. (Attendance all three weeks required)

Wildcat Spirit Camp (Grades 2-3)
Do you love to cheer?  Do you find yourself dancing all the time?  Then come join us to learn new routines and cheers while you brush up on your pom technique -- all while making new friends and expressing your school spirit!
Mrs. Mumford and Mrs. Domingue will teach and develop the basic skills of cheerleading and dance.  Campers will enjoy learning a variety of sideline cheers and chants, basic stunts, and jumps. They will also learn valuable dance techniques including leaps and turns.  Campers will have an opportunity to show off their new skills at a special performance on the final day of camp.  




GRADES 4th - 7th
Students entering grades 4th through 7th will choose one grade appropriate morning session and one afternoon session. Activities in each session will vary week-to-week for those students attending more than one week.


Mega-Artrageous - (grades 4-7) This includes a huge variety of art activities. Students will spend their days choosing art projects ranging from the fine arts to funky crafts. Students will investigate painting, sculpture, construction, fibers, up-cycling, and much more. During the summer camp we have the gift of time and can really be creative. Students are welcome to give suggestions on project choices and may want to develop a special idea of their own. We are going to rock the art room this summer! (Class size is limited to 15)


Athletics (grades 4-7 afternoon only) Campers will discover new interests and talents as they participate in games with teams and individual sports.  The emphasis will be on improving skills, getting exercise, and having fun.  There will be canoeing, skating, hockey, basketball, and many more fun activities.  Come join us and be prepared to get your heart pumping!  (Class size is limited to 20

Advanced Robotics (grades 4-7 morning only) Campers will learn to build their own robots using Legos, gears, wheels, tires, electric motors, sensors, micro-switches, electrical cables, and much, much more.  Campers will then learn to program their robots to become fully functional. In this class we will be using the more advanced NXT robots.  Robotics experience is preferred but not required. (Class size is limited to 15)


Stop-Motion Animation (grades 4 -7 ) This animation technique is used to make a physically manipulated object to appear to move on its own. The object is moved in small increments between individually photographed frames, creating the illusion of movement when the series of frames is played as a continuous sequence. Students will develop their own storyboard and choose materials to create their own animated film. (Class size is limited to 12)

Wildcat Spirit Camp (grades 4-5)
Do you love to cheer?  Do you find yourself dancing all the time?  Then come join us to learn new routines and cheers while you brush up on your pom technique -- all while making new friends and expressing your school spirit!
Mrs. Mumford and Mrs. Domingue will teach and develop the basic skills of cheerleading and dance.  Campers will enjoy learning a variety of sideline cheers and chants, basic stunts, and jumps. They will also learn valuable dance techniques including leaps and turns.  Campers will have an opportunity to show off their new skills at a special performance on the final day of camp.  


Drama Camp (Ages 8-15) There’s no business like show business! This summer, as part of Creation Sensation, we are offering a three-week drama camp ending with two evening performances of The Return of the Glass Slipper.  Drama Camp will meet in our school theater Monday through Friday, 6/6 - 6/24 from 9:00 – 3:00. Performance dates: Friday, 6/24 & Saturday, 6/25 at 7:00 p.m.  Ticket prices $5 for children and $10 for adults.  Drama Director: Mrs. Peggy Aultman; Set & Costume Design: Mrs. Ruth Siporski; Music Director: Ms. Emily Wright. (Attendance all three weeks required)