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New Berlin
Summer Activities Camps
2016
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The New Berlin Sports and Activity Camps are designed to give boys and girls of all ages from
Kindergarten to a senior in high school- the opportunity to develop their individual skills under the
guidance and direction of the New Berlin High School Staff and Students and other respected
coaches in their sport. These camps are designed to teach your child a new skill or help improve the
skills that he or she may already have.
Each camp will emphasize basic techniques, fundamental skills, and having fun. The sports camps
will also focus on these skills, plus fitness and how playing as a team is important. More
importantly, the summer camps strive to develop interest and enthusiasm for sports athletics and
those who enjoy activities like crafting, cooking, farming, and drawing.
An overview of each camp offered by New Berlin Athletics or Club is included in this brochure. The
camps will be led by experienced coaches, teachers, and students. The specific ages listed for each
camp are according to the grade the child will enter in the Fall of 2016.
Please complete the registration form, sign the waiver, and return payment to allow your child to
participate. Participation is not limited to students in the New Berlin School District.
Please register by May 20th. Late registration will be accepted until May 27th. This is an important
deadline to make sure there is availability for your child in the camp and also to ensure that they
receive the items (t-shirt, ball, supplies, etc.) provided by the camp. Late registration may result in
student not receiving some of the camp materials if they can’t be ordered in time.
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*New this year!
Invention Project
GRADE(S): 6-8
WHEN: June 13th-17th
WHERE: Junior High Science Lab
TIMES: 9:00AM-12:00PM
COST: $175 (price set by Invention Project)
Instructor – Tonya Delaney [email protected]
Middle school innovators explore the edge of innovation and imagine the possibilities through dreaming,
designing, engineering and making. Teams invent to light up their lockers, or maybe even light up an entire
continent. Inventing is part one. Bringing an invention to the world is part two. Innovators are challenged to
create new, inventive designs, but they must also consider principles of business (e.g., rapid prototyping,
market research, shipping and profit).
Inspiration floods forth as teams are virtually introduced to some of today’s greatest thinkers, inventors and
entrepreneurs.
Check it out and register online at http://www.inventionproject.org/. Limited to 15 students.
*New this year!
GRILLMASTERS
GRADE(S): 6-8
WHEN: June 29th and 30th
WHERE: Dome Parking Lot
TIMES: 12:30-2:00PM
COST: $30
GRADE(S): 9-12
WHEN: June 29th and 30th
WHERE: Dome Parking Lot
TIMES: 10:30AM -12:00PM
COST: $30
QUESTIONS: Contact Mr. Brian Bandy at [email protected]
The participants will receive instruction in lighting a charcoal grill, the best ways to grill a ribeye steak, pork
steak, pork chops, hamburger, brats, and hotdogs. They will receive an introduction on smoking meat, get a
trip to Flavor Town, and learn how to grill to correct temperatures with some of our favorite meat cuts.
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*New this year!
BASEBALL
GRADE(S): 4-5
WHEN: June 8th-10th
WHERE: Baseball field (old gym if inclement weather)
TIMES: 12:00-1:30PM
COST: $40
GRADE(S): 6-7
WHEN: June 8th-10th
WHERE: Baseball field (old gym if inclement weather)
TIMES: 2:00-3:30PM
COST: $40
GRADE(S): 8-9
WHEN: June 8th-10th
WHERE: Baseball field (old gym if inclement weather)
TIMES: 10:00-11:30AM
COST: $40
Questions: Contact Coach Joe Kindred at [email protected]
What to Bring: hat, cleats, gym shoes (for inclement weather), glove, bat (if you have one), baseball pants or
shorts (no jeans), and water.
Learn defensive and offensive fundamentals needed to play in the Pretzel baseball program. Each day will
consist of a heavy emphasis on fundamentals and baseball situational knowledge to improve your child’s
ability and appreciation for the sport of baseball. Age appropriate scrimmage play will also be present at
each session, and each camper will receive a Pretzel Baseball camp t-shirt. Any child attending the Pretzel
Baseball Camp will also encounter a focus on attitude development and the importance of a strong work
ethic.
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BASKETBALL
GRADE(S): K-3 (COED)
WHEN: June 20th-23rd
WHERE: Elementary
TIMES: 12-1:45PM
COST: $50
GRADE(S): 4-6 (COED)
WHEN: June 20th – 23rd
WHERE: Elementary
TIMES: 2-3:45PM
COST: $50
GRADE(S): 7-8
WHEN: May 31st-June 2nd
WHERE: Pretzel Dome
TIMES: 1:00-3:00PM
COST: $20
GRADE(S): 9-12
WHEN: May 31st – June 2nd
WHERE: Pretzel Dome
TIMES: 3:00-5:00PM
COST: $20
WHAT TO BRING/WEAR: Athletic shorts/shirt; indoor basketball shoes, water bottle labeled with your
name
QUESTIONS: Contact Megan Doerfler at [email protected] Information subject to change.
Campers will work on the fundamentals of the game, including dribbling, passing, and shooting. This camp
is open to boys and girls who are committed to improving themselves, working hard, and a being or
becoming a team player. Games and skills competition will also be part of the schedule. Campers will
receive a t-shirt and basketball.
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CHEERLEADING:
GRADE(S): K-2
WHEN: June 20th – June 22nd
WHERE: Pretzel Dome
TIMES: 9:00-10:30AM
COST: $40
GRADE(S): 3-8
WHEN: June 20th – June 22nd
WHERE: Pretzel Dome
TIMES: 10:00AM-11:30AM
COST: $40
WHAT TO BRING/WEAR: Shorts and T-shirt, tennis shoes, long hair secured in ponytail and out of your
face. No jewelry please.
QUESTIONS: Contact Coach Stacey Killion at [email protected]
New Berlin summer cheer camp will give students the opportunity to experience a more serious and athletic
side of cheerleading. Campers will work on all aspects of sideline/game cheering as well as competitive
cheerleading. We will review basic motion, jump, and stunting techniques for the beginning cheerleader and
introduce more advanced skills with a focus on team work and performance. We will also review tryout
procedures and campers will have the opportunity to experience a mock tryout. Perfect for the younger
camper who is looking forward to junior high and any junior high student wanting to work on skills needed
at the high school level. Campers receive a T-shirt.
About Our Program
The New Berlin Cheerleading program is the most successful competitive cheer program in Central Illinois,
routinely finishing above our conference rivals. The Junior High and High School Cheerleaders have both
had state appearances for the last several years under the current coaching staff and have had several top
finishes at the state and regional level.
Be a part of the Pretzel Cheerleading Tradition!
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FOOTBALL
GRADE(S): K- 2
WHEN: June 27th-30th
WHERE: On the New Berlin Practice Field
TIMES: 8:00-9:15AM
COST: $50
GRADE(S): 3-5
WHEN: June 27th-30th
WHERE: On the New Berlin Practice Field
TIMES: 9:30-10:45AM
COST: $50
GRADE(S): 6-8
WHEN: June 27th-30th
WHERE: On the New Berlin Practice Field
TIMES: 11:00AM–12:15PM
COST: $50
WHAT TO BRING/WEAR: Camp T-Shirt (provided 1st day), shorts or sweats, rubber cleats, water bottle
labeled with your name, water is available, and a GREAT ATTITUDE!!
QUESTIONS: Contact Coach Trevor Compardo at [email protected]
New Berlin Football camp will give you the opportunity to develop your individual skills as well as develop
team concepts. Quarterback play- mechanics/ footwork, wide receiver play- catching/ routes, fitting up to a
tackle- the proper way. Also learn kicking/ punting, running back ball security, and much more. Campers
will receive a t-shirt.
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Golf (CO-ED)
GRADE(S): 4-8
WHEN: Mondays in June (6th, 13th, 20th, and 26th)
WHERE: Terry Park, Palmyra
TIMES: 9-11 (on the 26th it will be from 9-12)
COST: $30 for first and $20 for 2nd child in family
WHAT TO BRING/WEAR: Golf clubs, water bottle, and proper attire. Campers who do not have clubs can
share with friends or will be provided clubs by Coach Ross.
QUESTIONS: Contact Coach Ross at 217-473-7793
This camp is for athletes that are new to the game of golf or those who want to improve their game. The
camp will cover all aspect of the game including driving, chipping, putting, and golf behavior. On the 29th,
camp will run from 9-12 and a small luncheon will be provided.
SOCCER (CO-ED)
GRADE(S): 2nd-4th
WHEN: June 6th-8th
WHERE: Football Practice Field
TIMES: 8-10AM
COST: $40
GRADE(S): 5th -8th
WHEN: June 6th-8th
WHERE: Football Practice Field
TIMES: 10AM-12 PM
COST: $40
WHAT TO BRING/WEAR: Your own soccer ball, shin guards, cleats, and water bottle labeled with your
name.
QUESTIONS: Contact Coach James Doerfler at [email protected]
The purpose of the soccer camp is to help the children learn the fundamentals of soccer while still keeping
the game fun. The camp is designed to help athletes develop fundamentals and then incorporate those
fundamentals into game situations.
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Softball
GRADE(S): 1st-2nd
WHEN: May 31st and June 1st
WHERE: Pretzel Softball Field if (inclement weather, will be in Old Gym)
TIMES: 1:15-3:15
COST: $25
GRADE(S): 3rd – 5th
WHEN: May 30th-June 2nd
WHERE: Pretzel Softball Field if (inclement weather, will be in Old Gym)
TIMES: 8:00 - 10:15am
COST: $50 (for two campers in one family the cost is $90)
GRADE(S): 6th- 8th
WHEN: May 30th-June 2nd
WHERE: Pretzel Softball Field if (inclement weather, will be in Old Gym)
TIMES: 10:30am – 1:00pm
COST: $50 (for two campers in one family the cost is $90)
WHAT TO BRING/WEAR: Please bring softball pants, softball glove, bat, hat, and water bottle labeled with
name on it. Girls in the K-1 camp will need a glove and a bat if they have one.
QUESTIONS: Contact Coach Brian Bandy at [email protected]
Campers will receive daily instruction from Pretzel softball coaches and players. Campers will have an
opportunity to learn and improve on skills needed to become a better softball player. Campers will have
daily competitions with others in their age group. Campers will receive instructions in: catching,
infield/outfield play, pitching, hitting, bunting, base running, and slap hitting. Each girl will receive a t-shirt.
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TRACK & FIELD (CO-ED)
GRADE(S): 2nd -9th
WHEN: July 11th-14th
WHERE: Pretzel Field
TIMES: 9-11AM
COST: $40
WHAT TO BRING/WEAR: Shorts, t-shirt, tennis shoes, water bottle labeled with name on it.
QUESTIONS: Contact Coach Dillon Binkley ([email protected]) or Coach Amie Paoletti
([email protected])
Pretzel Track & Field Camp helps runners become better, faster, stronger athletes. They provide an
educational experience for track and field campers of all ages, skill levels, and abilities. You'll leave camp
with increased running knowledge, field event skills, and new outlook on your future in Track and Field. All
campers will receive a t-shirt.
VOLLEYBALL
GRADE(S): K- 5
WHEN: June 6th-8th
WHERE: Elementary Gym
TIMES: 4-5:30PM
COST: $30
WHAT TO BRING/WEAR: Please bring shorts, t-shirt, knee pads (not required), tennis shoes, and water
bottle labeled with name on it.
QUESTIONS: Contact Coach Jeni McDonald at [email protected]
Three sessions for players entering K- 5th grades of the basic training volleyball skills will be taught and
demonstrated by the current coaching staff at New Berlin High School along with current high school
players. In addition to volleyball, we will have several fun activities that will encourage future athletes to
continue to be active, competitive, and have good sportsmanship. All participants will get a Popsicle on
break each day. Campers will receive a t-shirt.
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WRESTLING:
GRADE(S): K-5
WHEN: July 11th-14th
WHERE: Old Gym
TIMES: 6-7:30
COST: $40
GRADE(S): 6-8
WHEN: July 18th-21st
WHERE: Old Gym
TIMES: 6-7:30
COST: $40
WHAT TO BRING/WEAR: Wrestling shoes or socks, short/ t-shirt, water bottle labeled with name on it.
Questions: Contact Coach Matt Burns at 217-494-0458
This camp will focus on the basic fundamentals of wrestling. No need to be intimidated- wrestlers of all
ability levels will benefit. High school wrestlers will be helping run the camp along with Coach Burns.
Campers will receive a t-shirt.
Books and Crafts
GRADE(S): K-5
WHEN: July 18th-July 21st
WHERE: Elementary Library
TIMES: 9:00-10:30
COST: $30
QUESTIONS: Contact Ms. Dykstra at [email protected]
Campers will enjoy children’s literature. After reading stories, campers will create crafts that go along with
each story. Other possible activities may include library centers and performing readers’ theaters. There
will be new activities for 2016, so if you came last year, you will be reading different books and doing
different crafts!
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YA Literature and the Movies
GRADE(S): 6-8
WHEN: July 18th- July 21st
WHERE: Elementary Library
TIMES: 10:30-12:00
COST: $30
WHAT TO BRING: Any copies you may have of YA books made into
movies. If you read them ahead of time you will be guaranteed to have
more fun!
QUESTIONS: Contact Ms. Kim Dykstra at [email protected]
Twilight, Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, Divergent, The Maze Runner, The Lightning Thief, and Paper
Towns are all popular movies. However they were great books first! Come and discuss the books, play
games related to the books/movies, and watch clips of the movies. There will be new activities for 2016, so
if you came last year, come again for more fun!
FCCLA Craft Day
GRADE(S): K-2 (COED)
WHEN: August 9th
WHERE: Family and Consumer Science Classroom
TIMES: 9-11am
COST: $30
GRADE(S): 3-5 (COED)
WHEN: August 9th
WHERE: Family and Consumer Science Classroom
TIMES: 1-3pm
COST: $30
WHAT TO BRING/WEAR: Older clothes that could be stained with Tie-dye
QUESTIONS? Contact Mrs. Maggie McClarey at [email protected]
Join the New Berlin FCCLA club in a fun craft day. Students will get to experiment with tie-dying their own
provided t-shirt, make bouncy balls, make and decorate dream catchers and much, much more. Best of all,
students can take their products home to wear and show off their new talent. A light snack and drink will be
provided.
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Ag Summer Camp
GRADE(S): K-4
WHEN: July 5th-7th
WHERE: Ag Classroom (High School)
TIMES: 8-11am
COST: $40 (2 $70 / 3 $105)
GRADE(S): 5-8
WHEN: July 5th-7th
WHERE: Ag Classroom (High School)
TIMES: 1-4pm
COST: $40 (2 $70 / 3 $105)
QUESTIONS: Contact Ms. Kaitlan Dinges at [email protected]
DAY ONE: Soil Day
We will teach the kids about the purpose of different types of soils and plants. We will be making Soil
Sammi’s with K-4. With the 5th – 8th graders we are tie-dying t-shirts and making floral arrangements. The
snack will be dirt in a cup with pudding or yogurt, Oreos, and gummy worms.
DAY TWO: Animal Day
We will have small petting zoo. That will include goats, horses and cows. The kids will learn about the
animals and get to pet certain animals, depending on allergies and the animal. The arts and crafts will be with
fruits and vegetables. They will have to build an animal using toothpicks and the food. Also, there will be
plenty of left over fruits and vegetables for snacks.
DAY THREE: Genetics & Ag Olympics / Team Building activities day
On this day we will talk to the kids about GMOs with K- 8th. They will taste the difference between organic
and nonorganic fruits and vegetables. We will then discus genetics and what they really are and how they
help the agriculture world. They will then participate in Ag Olympics which includes relays and other
activities. The snack for day three will be fruit pops and left over fruits and vegetables.
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*New this year!
Literary Camp
GRADE(S): 6-8
WHEN: July 25th-27th
WHERE: Library
TIMES: 1:00-3:00PM
COST: $40
Questions: Contact Mrs. Jennifer Tom at [email protected]
Information: Students will demonstrate the understanding that Literary is the art of telling stories through
acting. This three day literary camp will explore three key areas of theatre using games, activities, and roleplay to build the basics. Campers will memorize and perform a piece of poetry for parents on the final day
of camp. Students interested in participating in Literary for 2016 should seriously consider attending this
camp. Campers will have a head start on literary scripts for the 2016 season. This camp is appropriate for
veteran and aspiring literary participants.
Day 1 - Building Physical Presence on Stage
Day 2 - Voice and Articulation
Day 3 - Dramatic Appropriateness & Poetry Performances
Bring: Notebook, writing utensils, and bottle of water.
*New this year!
Technology Camp
GRADE(S): 5-7
WHEN: July 25th-27th
WHERE: Library
TIMES: 9:00-11:00AM
COST: $40
Questions: Contact Mrs. Jennifer Tom at [email protected]
Information: This three day technology camp will focus on the essential technology skills necessary to be
successful in Middle School. New Berlin Jr. High is a Google Apps for Education school, therefore many of
the camp activities will focus on acquiring the skills necessary to navigate and become a class leader in
Google Apps. That’s not all! Technology is a wonderful tool to let your creativity soar, and campers will use
iPads and Chromebooks to create eye-catching presentations. Students will talk about becoming a
responsible online citizen, proper etiquette, and internet safety.
Day 1 - Keyboarding / Digital Citizenship
Day 2 - Google Apps for Education
Day 3 - Engaging Presentations
Bring: Notebook, writing utensils, and bottle of water.
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New Berlin Summer Camps Registration Form
*You must fill out one form per camper.
Name___________________________________________________ Grade Entering________ Age________
Address______________________________________ City, State, & Zip______________________________
E-mail ______________________________________________ (1st form of communication will be via email)
(Please circle one) – T-shirt size (Youth sizes) S
M
L
(Please circle one) – T-shirt size (Adult sizes)
S
M
L
XL
XXL  Not applicable for ALL camps
*I hereby release CUSD #16 and the camp instructors from any and all liability from damages arising from injuries received by the foresaid
player at the present or which may occur in the future while they participate in the summer camp. I also confirm that my child is physically
able to perform in the 2015 Summer Camp Programs and Activities and possesses adequate health insurance.
Parent or Guardian Signature: _____________________________________ Date:________________
Phone numbers: (Home) _________________________ (Cell or Emergency) _____________________
√ Attending
Baseball
Baseball
Baseball
Basketball
Basketball
Basketball
Basketball
Cheerleading
Cheerleading
Football
Football
Football
Golf
Softball
Softball
Softball
Soccer
Soccer
Track
Volleyball
Wrestling
Wresting
Grade
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Date(s)
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Time
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Location
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4-5
June 8 -10
12:00-1:30PM
Baseball Field
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th
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6-7
June 8 -10
2:00-3:30PM
Baseball Field
th
th
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8-9
June 8 -10
10:00-11:30AM
Baseball Field
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rd
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K-3
June 20 -23
12:00-1:45PM
Elementary
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rd
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4-6
June 20 -23
2:00-3:45PM
Elementary
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nd
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7-8
May 31 –June 2
1:00-3:00PM
Pretzel Dome
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nd
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9-12
May 31 –June 2
3:00-5:00PM
Pretzel Dome
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nd
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K-2
June 20 -22
9-10:30AM
Pretzel Dome
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nd
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3-8
June 20 -22
10:00-11:30AM
Pretzel Dome
th
th
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K-2
June 27 -30
8:00-9:15AM
Practice Field
th
th
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3-5
June 27 -30
9:30-10:45AM
Practice Field
th
th
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6-8
June 27 -30
11:00AM-12:15PM
Practice Field
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4-8
June 6,13,20,26
9:00-11:00AM
Terry Park
st
st
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1-2
May 31 & June 1
1:15-3:15PM
Softball Field
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nd
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3-5
May 30 -June 2
8:00-10:15AM
Softball Field
th
nd
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6-8
May 30 -June 2
10:30-1:00PM
Softball Field
th th
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2-4
June 6 -8
8:00-10:00AM
Practice Field
th th
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5-8
June 6 -8
10:00-12:00PM
Practice Field
th
th
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2-9
July 11 -14
9:00-11:00AM
Pretzel Field
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K-5
June 6 -8
4:00-5:30PM
Elementary
th
th
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K-5
July 11 -14
6:00-7:30PM
Old Gym
th
st
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6-8
July 18 -21
6:00-7:30PM
Old Gym
th
th
Invention Project
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6-8
June 13 -17
9:00AM-12:00PM
JH Science
th
th
Literary
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6-8
July 25 -July 27
1:00-3:00PM
Library
th
th
Technology
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5-7
July 25 -July 27
9:00-11:00AM
Library
th
th
Grillmasters
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6-8
June 29 -30
12:30-2:00PM
Dome Lot
th
th
Grillmasters
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9-12
June 29 -30
10:30-12:00PM
Dome Lot
th
st
Books & Crafts
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K-5
July 18 -21
9:00-10:30AM
Elem Library
th
st
YA Lit. & Movies
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6-8
July 18 -21
10:30-12:00PM
Elem Library
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AG
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K-4
July 5 -7
8:00-11:00AM
Ag Shop
th th
AG
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5-8
July 5 -7
1:00-4:00PM
Ag Shop
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FCCLA Craft
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K-2
August 9
9:00-11:00AM
FCS Room
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FCCLA Craft
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3-5
August 9
1:00-3:00PM
FCS Room
Please make checks payable to New Berlin Athletics
Reserve your spot by May 20, 2016. Mail to:
Check Enclosed ______
New Berlin Athletics, 300 Ellis St., New Berlin, IL 62670
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Registration will be accepted after May 20 , but the participant may not receive camp attire/supplies.
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Fee
$40
$40
$40
$50
$50
$20
$20
$40
$40
$50
$50
$50
$30
$25
$50
$50
$40
$40
$40
$30
$40
$40
$175
$40
$40
$30
$30
$30
$30
$40
$40
$30
$30
Total
Check
Cash
2+ campers
2 $75 / 3 $100
2 $75 / 3 $100
$20 ea. Addit.
2 $90
2 $90
Pay Online
2 $70 / 3 $105
2 $70 / 3 $105
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