Summer enrichment program - catalog for June 24-27, 2024

Grades listed in the catalog refer to the grade your child will be in the fall of 2024.

Grade in September 2024 Class Name Class Description Week Time Instructor(s)
1, 2 Monsters in your Backyard There are monsters living in your backyard ready to pounce, fly, creep, crawl or slither at you at any moment!! WATCH OUT!!!!!!!! AAAAAHHHHHH!! What are these monsters that I speak of? Where do they come from? What do they want? We'll explore these feared, misunderstood but fascinating members of the animal kingdom (insects, amphibians, snakes/salamanders, reptiles). You might discover something very exciting about them and learn to like them more than you thought you could. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Donna Crowley
1, 2, 3 Dinosaurs ROAR! Calling all Paleontologists! Come to the land before time. Make your own dinosaur egg, create your own fossils with salt dough, compare your footprint to a dinosaur's,  plus more crafts, fun and learning! Please bring 1 plain white T-shirt to paint.  PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Lynne Grossman and Shraboni Moitra
1, 2, 3 Recess Games Come learn and play some favorite elementary recess games. Games like wall ball, four square, nitroball, switch, tag, jackpot, single jump rope, long jump rope, helicopter, hula hoops tricks, kickball, and hopscotch. This inclusive class is suitable for students of all abilities. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Ashley Smith
1, 2, 3, 4 Chess for Beginners Chess has long been one of the most popular games in the world. However, new players can find it intimidating to jump into the game. In this class we welcome players of all skill levels as we create a space for students to learn how to play chess. Additionally, students will learn about the history of the game as well as how the game has changed over time.  PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Robert Martin
1, 2, 3, 4 Fascinating and Fantastic Beasts Dragons, fairies, and griffins...OH MY! Go on a quest to learn about some fascinating and fantastic beasts! Students will bring the creatures out of the lore and bring them to life by listening to their stories and through crafts and other hands-on activities.  June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Lauren Finacom
1, 2, 3, 4 Minute to Win It Minute to Win It is all about the challenge! You will be put to the test each and every day, to see if are able to beat the clock and complete all the different challenges. You and your team will practice and compete in different challenges throughout the week that will test your perseverance and creativity. We will be using all types of material such as cookies, candy, ping pong balls, cups, dice and house hold items to name a few. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Robin Arena
1, 2, 3, 4 Princess Jewelry Making Come join us for 4 days of magical jewelry making. You will leave each day with Disney Princess-themed Jewelry. Monday we will be Cinderella and Moana. Tuesday will be Ariel and Jasmine. Wednesday will be Rapunzel and Tianna. Thursday will be Elsa and Anna. Your child is welcome to dress as a themed character for the day if that interests them. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Kara Pacheco
2, 3, 4 Art Around the World  “Travel” the world and explore art from different cultures. Explore things that bring us together and celebrate differences that make us unique! Using a variety of mediums and materials students will create art from Korea, India, Ireland and Egypt. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Elaina Trippi
2, 3, 4 Creative Comics Students assemble! Have you ever been curious about how comic books are made? Do you like to read comic strips in the newspaper? Have you ever imagined yourself as a superhero? If you answered yes to any of these questions this is the class for you. In this class we will write and illustrate our own comic strips each day and by the end of the week we will have a written and illustrated a 4-5 page comic book. We hope you come and create with us. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Caitlin Maddocks and Courtney Poske
2, 3, 4 Experiment Science This course offers a hands on approach to learning, through science experiments. Everyday will be a new challenge, giving students an opportunity to develop critical thinking skills, through teamwork, observations, and experiments. We will focus on earth science by making volcanoes, egg geodes, soil layers and more. There will be reading material and short videos for further enrichment on the subject. I look forward to working with your future scientists! June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Abbigayle Barrows
2, 3, 4 Freeze Fest!  Explore the history of ice cream and other frozen treats through fun facts, crafts, games, and activities. Students will make and eat a frozen treat each day; ice cream sandwiches, popsicles/freeze pops, snow cones, frappes, home-made ice cream, individual ice cream "pizzas." This class engages students in team building, math, spelling and strategic thinking/planning each day. There is an additional $10 materials fee included in the cost of this class. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Mary Pritchard and Susan Kelly 
2, 3, 4 Ocean Inspired Arts and Crafts  Let’s turn the classroom into a beautiful ocean inlet.  In this class, we will create ocean arts and crafts all week long.  A love for the ocean begins with exploring the deep blue.  We are going to learn about the ocean by reading books, watching videos and creating beautiful ocean inspired arts and crafts. Students will leave class with amazing art work for their parents and themselves. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Debbie Mazejka
2, 3, 4 Travel with Magic Tree House Students will learn and engage with different world cultures through the book series "Magic Tree House." Students will select one of the books in the series based on their interest.  Throughout the week they will read the book and work on unique projects that showcase the places the book characters travel to. PLEASE NOTE: The morning and afternoon session of this class are identical. Students should only register for one session. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Courtney Ducasse
2, 3, 4, 5 Chopped Junior Does your young Chef enjoy cooking and experimenting with different ingredients? Then this is the perfect opportunity for hands-on experience and friendly competition with peers. Children will be tasked with timed cooking challenges and must work together to make unique and delicious appetizers, snacks and desserts with surprise ingredients and fun flavors out of their group's mystery basket! Kids will also have fun taking turns being on the judge's panel to determine who will make it to the next round, and who will be CHOPPED! ( no child will sit out for any activity “chopped” or not ) There is an additional $10 materials fee included in the price of this class. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Michelle Anderson and Rita Therrien 
3, 4 Build-it Bonanza Let your child’s imagination go wild! Build-it Bonanza offers a wide variety of building materials such as Lincoln Logs, Keva Planks, Knex, Magna tiles and more, for creative designs and construction. We will have daily challenges ranging from build a maze, build the tallest structure, build a marble run, build a log cabin, etc, as well as creative time for individual and team builds.  We will build, snack, run outside and build some more! PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Maria Rydelek
3, 4 Come On Down! Be in your own game show! Join us for a game-show themed camp week! We will be creating and playing famous game show games. Each day we will pick a different game show such as Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy, The Price is Right and Family Feud. Campers will come up with their own questions or trivia and create their own game show based off these shows we know and love! Then we’ll play the game shows.  Bring your school-issued iPad if you have one.  PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Stephanie Fox and Melissa Bentley 
3, 4 Figure It Out - Active Adventure Can you FIGURE IT OUT? Students will need to use cooperation and critical thinking skills to complete adventure challenges. Can you cross the gym without touching the floor? Can you untangle the human knot?  Strategize using materials such as scooters, ropes, stepping stones to rescue your team. Bring your imagination and your positive attitude to our gym for the ultimate adventure! PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Amy Smith and Annmarie Brackett
3, 4 Make Your Own Fidgets and Other Relaxing Crafts  Fascinated by fidgets? How would you like to make your own simple fidgets? In this course we will be making colorful puzzles, spinners, pencil toppers and key chains. We will also make creative mandala art, sand art  and geometric line art.   June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Allison O’Neill
3, 4, 5 Beginner Circuits In this class students will work to build several simple circuits and explore electricity using "Snap Circuits" kits.  Students will learn how a circuit works and follow directions to create different kinds of circuits.  They will also have the opportunity to build their own circuits.   June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Jill Shah
3, 4, 5 Navigating Our Emotions Through Play and Mindfulness This course offers the perfect balance of play, outdoor activities, and emotional management. Students will explore how to navigate their emotions when things don't go as planned or when their expectations are not met. They will learn various techniques to channel their emotions through mindfulness practices such as writing, coloring, drawing, breathing exercises, yoga, and developing mindful awareness. These activities will help students cool down and become more attuned to their bodies' needs. Additionally, students will engage in interactive games with their peers, allowing them to naturally develop problem-solving skills and learn to manage their reactions in the moment. The course will also provide strategies for cooling down both our bodies and minds after physical activity. Each session will have different activities, so students are welcome to take the class more than once. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Lauren Wilson
3, 4, 5, 6 So You Think You Can Dance? Calling all dancers!  Whether you take class every week or just want to try something new, this workshop-style class is for you!  We will spend the week exploring different dance genres, including jazz, contemporary, musical theatre and choreography methods.  Students will learn and create dances to showcase in a performance at week’s end!  June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Tahnee Fallis Baril and Carolyn Jepson
3, 4, 5, 6 Yarn Painting  Yarn painting is exactly what it sounds like; applying yarn to a canvas to create a 'painting'.  We will lightly sketch a design, and rather than filling it in with paint, we'll fill it in with carefully placed, brightly colored yarn. The results are are beautiful, unique and tactile. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Adelina Baka
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Chess for Experienced Players This course is for students who already know the basics of chess and would like to continue their learning to grow stronger as a player. The course helps you to improve your knowledge of dynamics and tension in chess, prophylactic thinking and defense, mastering the exchange sacrifices, recognizing the tactical patterns, strategic ideas, endgame position and various opening mistakes/traps. The variety of topics covered in this course will develop an all-around approach to the game that helps you think more like an advanced player. The course is run by a highly USCF rated tournament player and licensed tournament director.  June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Kavita Bhatia
4, 5, 6 Harry Potter and the Enchanters Welcome to Harry Potter and the Enchanters, a program for kids who want to learn about mental health and have a love for the Harry Potter series written by J.K. Rowling. Throughout the Harry Potter books and movie series, the main character Harry Potter expresses negative emotions and identifies tools along the way to help him manage those feelings. This program will allow children to learn about mental health, identify tools and coping skills to help manage fears and worries, challenge negative thoughts and identify positive thinking, and explore hopes and dreams for the future. The program will also include fun activities such as sorting kids in their own Hogwarts house, creating wands, and participating in team building exercises. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services
4, 5, 6, 7 Artistry in Henna Welcome to the innovative world of henna art and design. Traditionally, Henna leaves are dried and ground into a powder, which is mixed into a paste and applied using a variety of techniques. The henna paste is usually left on the skin for eight hours. After it is removed,the pattern continues to darken for approximately three days. For this class, we will use henna cones. We will commence with the basics by learning to draw patterns on paper the first day, followed with henna cones and creating step-by-step henna art on a hand template. Enroll today to embark on a creative journey that transcends traditional Mehndi application, propelling you into the realm of true Mehndi artistry. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Swarna Muddinti
5, 6 Unified Sports and Movement In this course, students will participate in a variety of physical education games and activities including team sports as well as cooperative games including but not limited to Basketball, Volleyball and Soccer. Each sport/activity will be broken down into basic skills followed by game playing. This class is a great opportunity for peers of different abilities and skills to work together, have fun and stay physically active. Unified classes provide opportunities for students with and without disabilities to work together, to develop leadership skills, and promote inclusion in the school community! June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Courtney Delaney
5, 6, 7 Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds You can have a healthy body and mind. Yoga, breathing, and visualization will be a daily focus. We will make healthy snacks and learn how to handle times of stress. Students create a pledge book of goals and strategies to use at home year round. Taught by an experienced 4th grade teacher, get ready to start summer vacation with a healthy body and mind. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Laura Spangenberg
5, 6, 7, 8 American Red Cross Babysitting & Mother's Helper Learn the skills to safely and responsibly care for young children & infants.  Class content includs leadership skills, how to play with children, starting a baby-sitting business, & basic First Aid. Please note that there is an additional $17.00 cost included in this registration price for the Red Cross handbook. Only students in grades 6,7,8 are eligible to receive the Red Cross Certification. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Deborah Troio
5, 6, 7, 8 Around the World in 4 days Do you want to travel the world? Come plan your dream vacation! Find out the coolest places to visit, the best things to do on vacation, the most delicious places to eat, the most luxurious places to stay, and create a travel video with your amazing vacation plan!  June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Kayleigh Eldridge
5, 6, 7, 8 Beach and Backyard Games Get ready for this year's vacation!  Learn how to play spikeball, cornhole, frisbee, bocce, and more.  Students will learn the rules to various beach and backyard games and - weather permitting - spend time outside practicing their new skills. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Patrick Collins
5, 6, 7, 8 Debate Camp Do you love to debate? Do you want to learn how to express your ideas better? Are you thinking of joining the Speech and Debate team? If so, debate camp is for you! Learn the fundamentals of debate, from public speaking, to writing an argument, and everything in between! We will aim to end the week with a mini-tournament. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Gabriel Hopkins
5, 6, 7, 8 Meet the Artist! Break out your paint brushes and get ready to create your own masterpieces! Students will have a chance to discover their inner artist by exploring different painting techniques and mediums. Each artist will be given guidance and suggestions while they work to create unique paintings using watercolor and acrylic paints. At the end of the week, students will get to show off their talents in a gallery-style display. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Ashley Prescott and Gillian Hohne
6, 7, 8 Marine Creatures Big and Small!  Ever want to get up close and personal with the critters of the sea! This is your chance!  Students will investigate the smallest critters, plankton, all the way up to the largest animal on Earth, the blue whale!! Using creative laboratories such as plankton races, jellyfish design, and as well as art, like 3D fish design and bioluminescent animals, students will become experts in creatures of the sea.   PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 8:30-11:30 Jennifer Girardi 
1, 2, 3 Blast Off to Space! Space..the final frontier.  Come on a hands-on journey through the Milky Way.  Rocket to the stars as an astronaut.  Create asteroids, comets, make an edible man in the moon and maybe even encounter aliens.  Bring in 1 white t-shirt to be painted in. class. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Lynne Grossman and Shraboni Moitra
1, 2, 3 Recess Games Come learn and play some favorite elementary recess games. Games like wall ball, four square, nitroball, switch, tag, jackpot, single jump rope, long jump rope, helicopter, hula hoops tricks, kickball, and hopscotch. This inclusive class is suitable for students of all abilities. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Ashley Smith
1, 2, 3, 4 Chess for Beginners Chess has long been one of the most popular games in the world. However, new players can find it intimidating to jump into the game. In this class we welcome players of all skill levels as we create a space for students to learn how to play chess. Additionally, students will learn about the history of the game as well as how the game has changed over time.  PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Robert Martin
1, 2, 3, 4 Future STEM Innovators Welcome to our STEM program where imagination meets innovation´╝üHere we will ignite curiosity, foster critical thinking, and inspire innovation. Through hands-on activities, we encourage teamwork and creativity. From creating catapults to car launchers, join us on this innovative adventure where questions are encouraged and the joy of discovery knows no bounds. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Swarna Muddinti
1, 2, 3, 4 Princess Jewelry Making Come join us for 4 days of magical jewelry making. You will leave each day with Disney Princess-themed Jewelry. Monday we will be Cinderella and Moana. Tuesday will be Ariel and Jasmine. Wednesday will be Rapunzel and Tianna. Thursday will be Elsa and Anna. Your child is welcome to dress as a themed character for the day if that interests them. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Kara Pacheco
2, 3, 4 Meet the Artist! Break out your paint brushes and get ready to create your own masterpieces! Students will have a chance to discover their inner artist by exploring different painting techniques and mediums. Each artist will be given guidance and suggestions while they work to create unique paintings using watercolor and acrylic paints. At the end of the week, students will get to show off their talents in a gallery-style display. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Ashley Prescott and Gillian Hohne
2, 3, 4 Ocean Inspired Arts and Crafts  Let’s turn the classroom into a beautiful ocean inlet.  In this class, we will create ocean arts and crafts all week long.  A love for the ocean begins with exploring the deep blue.  We are going to learn about the ocean by reading books, watching videos and creating beautiful ocean inspired arts and crafts. Students will leave class with amazing art work for their parents and themselves. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Debbie Mazejka 
2, 3, 4 Travel with Magic Tree House Students will learn and engage with different world cultures through the book series "Magic Tree House." Students will select one of the books in the series based on their interest.  Throughout the week they will read the book and work on unique projects that showcase the places the book characters travel to. PLEASE NOTE: The morning and afternoon session of this class are identical. Students should only register for one session. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Courtney Ducasse
3, 4 Come On Down! Be in your own game show! Join us for a game-show themed camp week! We will be creating and playing famous game show games. Each day we will pick a different game show such as Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy, The Price is Right and Family Feud. Campers will come up with their own questions or trivia and create their own game show based off these shows we know and love! Then we’ll play the game shows.  Bring your school-issued iPad if you have one.  PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Stephanie Fox and Melissa Bentley 
3, 4 Figure It Out- Active Adventure Can you FIGURE IT OUT? Students will need to use cooperation and critical thinking skills to complete adventure challenges. Can you cross the gym without touching the floor? Can you untangle the human knot?  Strategize using materials such as scooters, ropes, stepping stones to rescue your team. Bring your imagination and your positive attitude to our gym for the ultimate adventure! PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Amy Smith and Annmarie Brackett
3, 4 Monsters in your Backyard There are monsters living in your backyard ready to pounce, fly, creep, crawl or slither at you at any moment!! WATCH OUT!!!!!!!! AAAAAHHHHHH!! What are these monsters that I speak of? Where do they come from? What do they want? We'll explore these feared, misunderstood but fascinating members of the animal kingdom (insects, amphibians, snakes/salamanders, reptiles). You might discover something very exciting about them and learn to like them more than you thought you could. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Donna Crowley
3, 4, 5 Creative Writing Grab your journals and come join us for Creative Writing, a fun and engaging class for young minds to develop their writing skills. The class is designed to spark imagination and encourage students to express themselves through the written word. We will cover different genres of writing such as fiction, poetry, and non-fiction, allowing students to explore and find their own writing style. They will also learn about the writing process, from brainstorming ideas to editing and revising their work. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Caitlin Maddocks and Courtney Poske
3, 4, 5 Navigating Our Emotions Through Play and Mindfulness This course offers the perfect balance of play, outdoor activities, and emotional management. Students will explore how to navigate their emotions when things don't go as planned or when their expectations are not met. They will learn various techniques to channel their emotions through mindfulness practices such as writing, coloring, drawing, breathing exercises, yoga, and developing mindful awareness. These activities will help students cool down and become more attuned to their bodies' needs. Additionally, students will engage in interactive games with their peers, allowing them to naturally develop problem-solving skills and learn to manage their reactions in the moment. The course will also provide strategies for cooling down both our bodies and minds after physical activity. Each session will have different activities, so students are welcome to take the class more than once. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Lauren Wilson
3, 4, 5, 6 Yarn Painting  Yarn painting is exactly what it sounds like; applying yarn to a canvas to create a 'painting'.  We will lightly sketch a design, and rather than filling it in with paint, we'll fill it in with carefully placed, brightly colored yarn. The results are are beautiful, unique and tactile. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Adelina Baka
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 S.M.A.R.T. (Science, Math Art, Reading and Theatre)    S.M.A.R.T. offers students the opportunity to explore different activities in all of these 5 areas: Science, Math, Art, Reading and Theatre. The course will provide children with an educational enrichment experience where they'll learn skills not just limited to Science /Math but also Art, Theatre and life skills, make new friends and create fun memories. The students will participate in science challenges, learn math shortcuts and participate in math quiz, and work on various art projects. The students will also work in teams of actors, directors, and playwrights, all working towards producing and performing original 10-minute plays according to their age group. All-in-one and so much fun! PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Kavita Bhatia
4, 5, 6 Think Strategically: From Cards to Coding Get ready to challenge your mind to think strategically.  Participants will play a wide variety of games that require strategy, from cards to board games and collaborative group activities. Coding that allows students to strategize will also be offered. Taught by an experienced 4th grade teacher, get ready to build your brain power! June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Laura Spangenberg
5, 6, 7, 8 American Red Cross Babysitting & Mother's Helper Learn the skills to safely and responsibly care for young children & infants.  Class content includs leadership skills, how to play with children, starting a baby-sitting business, & basic First Aid. Please note that there is an additional $17.00 cost included in this registration price for the Red Cross handbook. Only students in grades 6,7,8 are eligible to receive the Red Cross Certification. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Deborah Troio
5, 6, 7, 8 Challenge Yourself with STEM Take part in engineering challenges by using the design process to explore how to do things like play a record, build structurally sound bridges, create a marble maze, and build a working model car. Collaborate with peers and work with simple materials to tackle these challenges. Students will design, build, test, redesign, and retest daily to create the most efficient prototypes possible! June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Hannah Hopkins and Kayleigh Eldridge 
5, 6, 7, 8 Chopped Junior Does your young Chef enjoy cooking and experimenting with different ingredients? Then this is the perfect opportunity for hands-on experience and friendly competition with peers. Children will be tasked with timed cooking challenges and must work together to make unique and delicious appetizers, snacks and desserts with surprise ingredients and fun flavors out of their group's mystery basket! Kids will also have fun taking turns being on the judge's panel to determine who will make it to the next round, and who will be CHOPPED! ( no child will sit out for any activity “chopped” or not ) There is an additional $10 materials fee included in the price of this class. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Michelle Anderson and Rita Therrien 
5, 6, 7, 8 Debate Camp Do you love to debate? Do you want to learn how to express your ideas better? Are you thinking of joining the Speech and Debate team? If so, debate camp is for you! Learn the fundamentals of debate, from public speaking, to writing an argument, and everything in between! We will aim to end the week with a mini-tournament. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Gabriel Hopkins
5, 6, 7, 8 Minute to Win It Minute to Win It is all about the challenge! You will be put to the test each and every day, to see if are able to beat the clock and complete all the different challenges. You and your team will practice and compete in different challenges throughout the week that will test your perseverance and creativity. We will be using all types of material such as cookies, candy, ping pong balls, cups, dice and house hold items to name a few. PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Robin Arena
5, 6, 7, 8 The Sketchbook Project  Do you doodle all day, create new characters or spend time sketching whatever comes to mind? If you said yes, then come on in!  Students in this studio-style class will have the chance to explore different styles in art journaling by following a daily prompt, and seeing where it leads! Artists will work with an array of mixed media tools, from basic pencil and paper to paint, ink, and beyond! June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Tahnee Fallis Baril and Carolyn Jepson
6, 7, 8 Marine Creatures Big and Small!  Ever want to get up close and personal with the critters of the sea! This is your chance!  Students will investigate the smallest critters, plankton, all the way up to the largest animal on Earth, the blue whale!! Using creative laboratories such as plankton races, jellyfish design, and as well as art, like 3D fish design and bioluminescent animals, students will become experts in creatures of the sea.   PLEASE NOTE: This class is offered more than once this summer and the content will be identical.  Students should only register for one session. June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Jennifer Girardi 
6, 7, 8 Snap Circuits Students will learn the science behind how electricity works by using snap circuits to build and test various different types of circuits. The week will include lessons on electrons, voltage, and current along with hours of hands-on learning and playing experiences culminating in a circuit design challenge of their choosing! June 24-27 12:00-3:00 Patrick Collins
           

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