At Holy Trinity Day School, we are passionate about nurturing the whole child- cognitively, physically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually, using a wide variety of techniques, activities, and each child’s own interests. One of the means we use to further these goals is though our summer camps experiences.
This summer we will host 5 camp sessions. Each camp lasts one week and is structured around a different theme. Through an age- appropriate, play-based curriculum, students will explore, create, and connect with the theme through meaningful, hands-on activities geared towards preschoolers’ natural curiosity and investigative nature.
Camps run from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and serve children 9 months to 7 years with a sibling discount available. Students may enroll for the week or by the day. Prices for camp are:
$135/week or $35/day: 1st child
$108/week or $28/day: siblings
Payment for camp will be handled by bank drafts on May 2, June 3, and July 1. The total amount due will be divided equally between these 3 payments. Or you may pay by check payable to Holy Trinity Day School due by April 18. Registrations received after April 18 will incur a $20 late fee.
June 10- 14 Lemons for Lunch: Back by popular demand- Lemons for Lunch is a camp based on service learning tapping into young children’s love to help. Lemons for Lunch will focus on kindness and helping others in our world community by raising awareness and funds for The Lunch Project, a non-profit that helps to support lunch programs in Tanzania, East Africa. Campers will host a lemonade stand on campus with all proceeds going to the Lunch Project. In addition, campers will be introduced to Tanzanian culture and a few Swahili words. Throughout the week, campers will be active participants in making our world a better place through their own “helping hands.”
June 17- June 21 Super Heroes: Get out your capes and tiaras and be ready to assemble into action for our week of super heroes and other protectors of our camp universe. Dramatic play, scavenger hunts, and discovering super powers will abound as your child creates and becomes a Super Hero.
July 22-26 Beach Week: Students will have fun learning about the ocean and the assortment of animals that live there through crafts, songs, and play.
July 29- August 2 A is for Animals: Students will become mini-zoologists as they learn about the amazing animal world. Campers will learn about feathered friends, jungle animals, and barnyard animals as they investigate animal sounds, habitats, diets, and movement.
August 5- 9 Movin’ and Groovin’: This week’s camp will tap into young children’s love for music and movement and will demonstrate that everyone can make music. Campers will create musical instruments, learn fun songs, and have plenty of opportunity to groove to the music. Riley Walker, who is a gifted guitarist and music instructor, will visit and work with our movin’ and groovin’ campers.
Follow this link: https://form.jotform.com/90594035900152 to register your child today
or Click here to print a registration form.