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KIDS COLLEGE SUMMER CAMP SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

**THIS IS FOR STUDENTS WHO WERE IN K-5TH LAST SCHOOL YEAR**

We will be serving snacks and dinner. Please eat breakfast before coming and pack a sack lunch.

August 19th-22nd
8:00am-6:00pm

 

 

 

August 19th

8:00-9:30 Lego Catapult

9:30 snack

9:45-10:00 Free gym time

10:00 -11:00Wood Pallet paining with Mrs. Tanisha

11:00 -11:15 snack

11:15 Load bus

11:30-2:30 St Maries Swimming pool

11:30Lunch

3:00-5:00 Library Space stations and robotics

5:15 Dinner

6:00 SEE YOU TOMORROW!!

 

 

August 20th

8:00-9:30 Science for Kids: How to Make a Kaleidoscope

9:30 snack

9:45-10:00 Free gym time

10:00 -11:00 outside water play

11:00 Lunch

11:30-1:00 Loft STEM/free choice

1:00-4:00 Nailed it bake off

4:00-5:00 team building pipeline

5:00 Dinner

6:00 SEE YOU TOMORROW!!

 

August 21st

8:00- 9:30 Playdoh/Balloon building activity

9:30 snack

9:45-10:00 Free gym time

10:00-10:30 Make moon sand

10:30 Lunch

11:00 Load bus to go to Skate Plaza CDA

11:00-3:30 Skate Plaza

(icecream served there at 2:00)

5:00 Dinner

6:00 SEE YOU TOMORROW!!

 

 

 

 

August 22nd

**THIS TRIP IS FOR STUDENTS WHO DID NOT GET TO USE THEIR SILVERWOOD READING TICKETS THAT WERE AWARDED LAST SCHOOL YEAR**

 

8:00-8:15 Free choice

8:15 Load bus

**We will eat a snack when we get there. Lunch at 11:30. Ice cream at 2:30.**

4:00 load bus to go back to school

5:00 Dinner

6:00 Hope you all had so much fun!!!

 

 

 

 


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1st day of 2019-2020 Kids College Program

October 7th 2019

Dinner will be served starting the 1st day of program!

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