Summer at St. John`s camp guide

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Summer at St. John`s camp guide
2016
Welcome to Summer at St. John’s!
We invite all girls and boys entering Pre-K through
8th grade to experience our fun-filled day camps.
Campers will create, learn and explore while
making friends and having the time of their lives.
Experience our camp favorites like Sports in the
Metroplex, American Girl, Book Cooks and
Commune with Your Community. Try great new
camps like Middle School Only – All Fun, All Day!,
Construction Zone – Maker’s Space, All STEAM
Ahead!, and Mad Scientists.
This catalog is divided by the camp sessions
with descriptions of each program. For a quick
at-a-glance chart start on page 3.
Say hello to summer by spending it with us!
Lynn Granello
Laurie Bret
Summer at St. John’s Director
[email protected]
Client Relations Manager
QuicK GuiDE:
General Info
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At-A-Glance
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Session 1: June 6 - 10
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Session 2: June 13 - 17
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Session 3: June 20 - 24
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Session 4: June 27 - July 1
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Session 5: July 5 - 8
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Session 6: July 11 - 15
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Camp Instructor Bios
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prE-K tHru
8 tH GraDE
JunE 6 th thru
july 15 th
onE-WEEK DaY camps
morninGs: 9 am – 12 pm
aFtErnoons: 1 pm – 4 pm
FuLL DaYs: 9 am – 4 pm
bEForE-carE:
7:30 am – 9 am
aFtEr-carE:
4 pm – 6 pm
contact us:
848 Harter Road • Dallas, Texas 75218 • Phone: 214-328-9131 • Fax: 214-320-0205
StJohnsSchool.org/Summer
general information
Enrollment is open to all children four years old by September 1, 2016. Register for camps
according to the grade your child will enter in the fall.
Children who are enrolled for full day camps or for both morning and afternoon camps should bring a
sack lunch (unless on a camp field trip). Campers will have a supervised lunch and recess period from
12:00-1:00 p.m. Summer at St. John’s is a nut sensitive camp program, therefore campers may not bring
products containing peanuts or tree nuts. Snacks that are served will not contain peanuts or tree nuts.
Before and After Care is available for an additional fee. Full week before/after care is available during
the online registration process. Drop-in before and after care is available for a fee of $10 per care
session. Drop in before and after care may be arranged by emailing [email protected] or
calling the summer office at 214.328.9131 x116.
Summer at St. John’s reserves the right to limit camp enrollment size and/or cancel camps if minimum
enrollment is not met. Reimbursement for cancelled camps will be paid in full.
If you find it necessary to cancel your child’s camp registration, refunds will be provided according to the
following procedure:
•Afullrefund,lessadministrativeprocessingfeeof$50,willbeprovidedif
cancellation occurs prior to two weeks in advance of the commencement of
the camp session.
•Fiftypercentofthecampfeewillberefundedifrequestedinwritingless
than two weeks before the commencement of the camp session.
•Norefundwillbemadeafterthecampbegins.
For Questions: Contact Lynn at [email protected]
or call 214.328.9131 x224
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which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this material.
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online
StJohnsSchool.org/
Summer
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at a g lance
June 6-10 PAGE 5
Session 1
ABC's of Chess
A Long Time Ago -­‐ LEGO Star Wars Robotics
American Girl
Back to Nature Build Your Own Stringed Instrument
Code Camp
Crusader Soccer Exploring French Cooking First Tee Golf Camp Give a Hoot, Let's Play Kahoot Math Camp
Keyboard Kids Technology Kidokinetics -­‐ Fitness Made Fun!
Minecraft -­‐ LEGO Technics Robotics
Ocean Life with Pastels Spanish is Fun!
Sports in the Metroplex
Stop and Go Animation
Summer Slumber Party
Team Crusader Soccer AM
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June 13-17 PAGE 8
Session 2
Adventurers
Build Your Own Stringed Instrument
Commune with Your Community
EV3 Battle Bots
Express Yourself
Fun and Games Game Design I
Get Ready for 4th Grade
In a Galaxy Far, Far Away -­‐ Robotics
Kidokinetics -­‐ Fitness Made Fun!
LEGO Star Wars Let's Go Have Some Fun!
Mad Hatter's Tea Party Medieval & Middle Earth -­‐ LEGO Engineering
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June 20-24 PAGE 10
Session 3
ABC's of Chess
Art of Science
Beginning Volleyball
Best Ever Playground Crawl
Camp I-­‐Can-­‐Cook! Drawing Monsters, Creatures & Creeps
Girls' Club for LEGO Engineers
Glow Wacky Lab
Imagine That!
Kidokinetics -­‐ Fitness Made Fun!
Kindergarten Kick Off
Learn to Sew
Let's Make Music
Madeline Goes to Camp
Minecraft Architects
Pinkalicious
Soft Stick Lacrosse
The Force Awakens Robotics
Under the Big Top
Web Design
Wild Kingdom in the Metroplex
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June 27-July 1 PAGE 13
Session 4
Allakhazam, It's Magic!
Battle Bots -­‐ LEGO Technic Style Robotics
Commotion in the Ocean
Crusader Team Flag Football Digital Photography
Dodgeball Jump for Fun!
LEGO City Let's Go Have Fun!
Mad Scientists
Madeline Goes to Camp
Minecraft -­‐ LEGO Technics Robotics
Paint Like Picasso Ready, Set, First Grade! Redstone Wiring Minecraft
Soaring into Second Grade Sweets and Treats
Team Crusader Basketball Weebly Web Design
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Session 5
Aargh! We are Pirates Robotics
Advanced Game Design Artsy Animal Stuff and Fluff
Book Cooks
Commune with Your Community
Crusader Basketball Crusader Flag Football Fashion Designer
Getting Ready for Third Grade Hot Wheels -­‐ World of Discovery
Karate for Kids
Kidokinetics -­‐ Fitness Made Fun!
Math Made Fun Minecraft
Nexplore Games and Zumba Kids
Nexplore Games and Zumba Kids Advanced
Salute to the Military -­‐ LEGO Robotics
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All Sports and Games Camp 3D Gaming All STEAM Ahead -­‐ AM
All STEAM Ahead -­‐ PM
Battle Bots -­‐ LEGO Technic Style Robotics
Be Your Own Super Hero Construction Zone Maker's Spaces -­‐ AM Construction Zone Maker's Spaces -­‐ PM Dinosaurs Roar! Games Galore HTML Basics Junior Under the Sea Drawing Karate for Kids
Keyboard Kids Technology
Kindergarten Kick-­‐Off LEGO Robotics -­‐ Speed vs. Power
Middle School Only! All Fun, All Day!
Musical Animals Stuff and Fluff
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session 1
june 6 - 10
Session 1
BUILD YOUR OWN STRINGED
INSTRUMENT
Martin Delabano
Mornings
ABC’S OF CHESS
Herminio Baez
Mornings
K-5th
$200
Learn the Game of Kings! You will learn about chess notation,
openings and great tactics like skewers, pins, x-ray attacks
and more. You will also learn the rules of tournament chess
including various timed chess games. It’s your move!
A LONG TIME AGO –
LEGO STAR WARS ROBOTICS
Championship Robotics
Afternoons
1st-8th
$200
Padawans Wanted! Based on the epic Star Wars movies, every
day you will build remote-controlled, motorized LEGO Technic
battle droids, speeders, ships and tanks. Adventures will
include racing speeder bikes, chasing Zam through Coruscant
on air speeders, navigating pods through the challenging
obstacle course and battling your tanks in the Clone Wars.
Every trained Padawan leaves with a LEGO mini-figurine, a Star
Wars collectable dog tag and personalized backpack tag. Help
the Jedi fight the Dark Side!
AMERICAN GIRL
Monica Breeding and Jennifer Zarrella
Full Days
K-3rd
$375
Bring your favorite American
Girl doll to camp (or
borrow one of ours) and
enjoy a fun-filled week
together. Our adventures will include
crafts, cooking,
manners, advice
and activities as we
learn how to be an
American Girl! We’ll
also have lunch at the
American Girl Bistro at
Galleria Dallas and enjoy
a visit to the American Girl
Boutique.
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Experience the joy of working with your hands as you build
a soprano or tenor ukulele, dulcimer,
violin or campfire mandolin with Mr.
Delabano. At the end of camp,
you’ll take home a beautifully
crafted stringed instrument,
as well as an instrument song
book. You’ll also have a basic
understanding of how to play
your handmade instrument.
First-time campers should start
with a ukulele; those who have
already taken the camp may make
a dulcimer, violin or mandolin.
CODE CAMP
Josh Del Regno
Afternoons
1st-5th
$200
Coding is FUN! Learn to create interactive stories and games
by snapping together graphical programming blocks to make
characters move, jump, dance and sing using Scratch Jr. and
Hopscotch. Both programs use variations of the MIT developed
Scratch programming language designed to make coding
simple and fun! iPads will be provided during camp.
CRUSADER SOCCER
Thor Herrin
Mornings
K-4th
$200
Find joy in the most popular game in the world while learning
positive team values and life lessons
from Mr. Herrin. The Crusader Soccer
program focuses on individual and
team soccer skills. Players will
work on agility, ball-handling
skills and basic conditioning.
Kicking, trapping, heading,
passing and shooting will be
introduced and practiced. You
will also learn team offensive
and defensive strategies. Learn
and practice soccer in a positive,
fun environment!
BACK TO NATURE
Susan Benton and Morgan Martinez
Mornings or Full Days
5th-8th
$375
Pre-K-1st
$200/$350
Trek through the beautiful St. John’s campus (hiking boots not
required) to explore our surroundings and get back to nature.
Field discoveries will be transformed into lasting treasures to
commemorate the week’s adventures. Stories, games and crafts
round out the experience. A peaceful rest period after lunch is
included for those enjoying the full-day experience.
EXPLORING FRENCH COOKING
Father John Thorpe
Afternoons
4th-6th
$200
What makes French cuisine unique? We’ll learn how to choose
the best ingredients and prepare basic dishes and sauces. After
one week, campers will be able to plan, purchase and prepare
a basic French meal at home. If you love food and love to cook,
this camp is for you!
session 1
FIRST TEE GOLF CAMP
Sportkinetics
Afternoons
First Tee Golf combines learning basic golf skills and fundamentals through an innovative curriculum created in association
with the PGA, LPGA, Champions Tour and Masters Golf
Association. The curriculum modifies traditional sports to relate
the four basic shots of golf: putting, chipping, pitching and
the full swing. Equipment is specifically designed for young
children with oversized club faces, color coded grips, and
target oriented training tools and alignment markings. Come
learn to golf!
GIVE A HOOT, LET’S PLAY
KAHOOT MATH CAMP
David Laffiteau
Mornings
5th-8th
$200
For any student who wants to improve their math skills through
mental math exercises, interactive computer games and
fun-filled activities. You will learn to add and subtract mentally,
determine fractional parts of numbers, use
proportions and patterns to easily find
percentages, and multiply 2 and 3
digit numbers without a calculator. You will apply these skills by
creating “how to” videos and
personal mnemonics to internalize your new knowledge and
problem solving methods. You
will be amazed by your progress
and will enter school next fall with
increased understanding and confidence. iPad provided for camp.
KEYBOARD KIDS TECHNOLOGY
Micah Sudbury
Afternoon
june 6 - 10
1st-6th
$200
Pre-K-1st
$200
Let’s show your child how to use technology as a tool, and not
just a toy! Introduce your child to important STEAM (science,
technology, engineering, arts and math) skills as they learn
keyboarding, technology, reading and writing. Children love
to help the smart, tiny, tech-savvy Puterbugs solve the daily
missions for the computer detectives. Children unlock new,
beneficial ways to use technology to be productive and solve
meaningful problems. Critical thinking and creative problem
solving are essential skills for our
young computer detectives.
Families can continue the
fun and learning with free
access to the robust
online activities to
reinforce skills taught
at camp. Great STEAM
projects and Internet
safety lessons are
included.
KIDOKINETICS – FITNESS MADE FUN!
Sportkinetics
Mornings
Pre-K-K
$200
Kidokinetics camps provide a fun, healthy week of exercise,
games, nutrition and sports activities. A new sport is introduced
every day. Later, you will be able to put your new skills into
practice through fun, fast-paced games. Between the two sport
sessions children will have a chance to take a break and have a
snack. During this time we will make sports-related crafts and
read sports and nutrition themed books. Kidokinetics programs
follow standards established by the National Association of
Sports and Physical Education and FitnessGram. Sports and
physical activities include: golf, tennis, basketball, baseball/
t-ball, football, badminton, hockey, lacrosse, field hockey,
soccer, rugby, track and field, volleyball, obstacle course, hula
hoops, disc golf, karate, yoga, jump rope, bowling, frisbee,
kickball, warm-up/cool-down games, relays and parachute
games.
MINECRAFT – LEGO TECHNICS
CREEPER STYLE ROBOTICS
Championship Robotics
Mornings
1st-8th
$200
Go way beyond regular LEGO brick packages to design and
construct your home with working piston-activated doors while
keeping out remote-controlled exploding creepers. After
surviving the long night, collect gold,
lapis and emerald blocks and
navigate your railed mine cart
through the netherworld.
Then, avoid the stare of
the Endermen, destroy
the Ender Dragon and
take a dragon egg to
win the day. Every brave
crafter leaves with a LEGO
mini-figurine, a MINECRAFT
collectable dog tag and personalized backpack tag.
OCEAN LIFE WITH PASTELS
Young Rembrandts
Mornings
2nd-7th
$200
Ocean Life Pastels offers a wonderful opportunity to explore
chalk pastels while learning to draw. As you learn and use
technical drawing skills, you will also realize that all complex
objects can be broken into familiar shapes. This discovery will
allow you to use problem-solving skills, innovation and imagination to create eye-catching sea stars along the shoreline, a pair
of vibrant clown fish, a sea turtle with bold patterns, a blue crab
and a wondrous scene of jellyfish.
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session 1
STOP AND GO ANIMATION
june 6 - 10
High Tech Kids
Mornings
SPANISH IS FUN!
Euclides Jasso
Afternoons
3rd-6th
$200
Enjoy a week of Spanish culture and language immersion.
Señor Jasso will be your guide as you take a magical journey
through Latin American culture and language. Come cook,
learn new songs, create authentic arts and listen to enchanting
stories from our neighbors to the south. On Friday, we will have
a fiesta day, complete with a piñata! Could there be a better
way to learn Spanish? Vengan a al fiesta!
SPORTS IN THE METROPLEX
Cindy Isbell and John Walker
Full Days
3rd-8th
$425
Are you a sports fan? We have the camp for you! Ride the
St. John’s bus to several of Dallas and Ft. Worth’s fantastic
sports venues. We will go to a Texas Rangers baseball game.
There’s fishing, skating, basketball, bowling, NASCAR, baseball,
laser tag, putt-putt, arcade and go-carts. Dress comfortably and
wear your walking shoes. Admission fees and daily lunches are
included.
2nd-8th
$225
Get ready to write and create your own video using LEGO
sets and characters to create a set ready for
action. Your imagination rules, as you
provide voice and action for your
video. You will learn how to capture
still images and maintain organization to make film editing easy.
You will use Animate It! Software,
also used in popular films such as
Wallace & Gromit and Shaun the
Sheep. You will leave camp with
a master edit saved to share with
friends and family.
SUMMER SLUMBER PARTY
Katie Cowan and Rebecca Hardegree
Full Days
K-3rd
$350
Do you love slumber parties? Join us for a summer slumber
party that lasts all day long! We will paint nails, do facials, play
games, cook treats and so much more! Bring your friends, wear
your jammies, and get ready for a week long party!
TEAM CRUSADER SOCCER
Thor Herrin
Afternoons
4th-8th
$200
Join Coach Herrin and high school varsity soccer players for a
week of sharpening your soccer skills for the upcoming Middle
School soccer season. You will work with position specialists to
improve offensive and defensive skills, passing, shooting and
teamwork. A goal keeping specialist will be at camp to help
you learn goal keeping skills and ways to improve your shooting
odds against strong goalies. This camp is great preparation if
you want to play IAA or TAPS soccer in the fall.
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session 2
Session 2
june 13 - 17
ADVENTURERS
Jayd Newbold
Full Days
1st-3rd
$350
Calling all Explorers, Adventurers and Heroes! This camp is
not for the faint of heart. With obstacle courses, mythical
creatures and wild lands to be tamed, each day will
have a theme and an exciting quest. We will build our
own dragon puppets, get swept up in the jungle life,
navigate obstacle courses and much more! Come join
our voyage, where every moment is a new adventure.
BUILD YOUR OWN STRINGED
INSTRUMENT
Martin Delabano
Mornings
5th-8th
$375
Experience the joy of working with your hands as you build a
soprano or tenor ukulele, dulcimer, violin or campfire mandolin
with Mr. Delabano. At the end of camp, you’ll take home a
beautifully crafted stringed instrument, as well as an instrument
song book. You’ll also have a basic understanding of how to
play your handmade instrument. First-time campers should
start with a ukulele; those who have already taken the camp
may make a dulcimer, violin or mandolin.
COMMUNE WITH YOUR COMMUNITY
Tracey Gonzales and Donna Knox
Full Days
5th-8th
$350
Make a difference in your community and discover the joy of
giving. We’ll volunteer with a variety of organizations including
White Rock Center of Hope, The Stewpot, C.C. Young Retirement Community, Dallas Animal Services and more. Campers
will receive credit for 30 volunteer hours, which may be used
to meet school, Scouting, confirmation class and other requirements. Give of yourself and help make a difference!
EV3 BATTLE BOTS
High Tech Kids
Afternoons
2nd-8th
$225
Use LEGO new generation EV3 sets to prepare for battle! Form
teams, create fighting robots and challenge others to face off
for the title of top “Bot.” Get ready to rumble and may the
best robot win!
EXPRESS YOURSELF
Monica Breeding and Jennifer Zarrella
Full Days
K-3
$350
Express yourself while learning from the Masters. Paint like
impressionists such as Monet and Van Gogh; work with sunflowers like O’Keefe; and sculpt with wire and glass like Calder.
You’ll experience many types of art media while expressing your
creativity. All works of art will be displayed in our camp gallery
for an art show on the last day of camp.
FUN AND GAMES
Ashley Leake
Afternoons
1st-4th
$200
Want to unplug your kids for a
week? Games are a great way to
teach and reinforce math, reading,
following directions, strategies, cooperation and other critical thinking
skills. At Fun and Games camp, we
are going to play a variety of board,
card, trivia, word, thinking, memory and
outdoor team games. Each day campers will
use their creativity and game knowledge to create their own
games to take home and play with family and friends. Get ready
for a summer of Fun and Games!
GAME DESIGN I
High Tech Kids
Mornings
2nd-8th
$225
Do you want to learn how to create your own video game?
Game Design I introduces Multimedia Fusion 2 (MMF2) by
Clickteam. You will learn how to design and create a platformstyle game similar to the styling of Mario Bros. You will design
games to collect items, avoid obstacles and move to advanced
levels. Once designing is done, we shift to programming.
Coding in MMF2 works in a cause and effect programming,
you can decide how your characters actions affect game results.
Take home games that you made to play with friends and family!
GET READY FOR FOURTH GRADE
Rebecca Hardegree
Mornings
4th
$200
Fourth grade is a great climax to your lower school experience.
Get ready to enter it with confidence! Learn all about fourth
grade as you work together to build leadership skills, creatively
solve real challenges, and sharpen math, reading and creative
writing skills. This camp will get you ready to fly into 4th grade!
IN A GALAXY FAR, FAR AWAY –
ROBOTICS
Championship Robotics
Mornings
1st-8th
$200
Enter the Jedi Trials! Build remote-controlled, motorized
LEGO Technic droids, speeder bikes, sand crawlers, walkers
or ships. Adventures will include racing Endor speeder bikes,
transporting droids in your sand crawler, navigating your AT-ST
walker past laser blasts, and battling your droids and saving
the galaxy by navigating your X-Wing through the Death Star
Trench. Every Jedi Master leaves with a LEGO mini-figurine, a
Star Wars collectable dog tag and personalized backpack tag.
May the Force be with you!
8
session 2
june 13 - 17
MAD HATTER’S TEA PARTY
Susan Benton and Katie Specht
Mornings or Full Days
KIDOKINETICS – FITNESS MADE FUN!
Sportkinetics
Mornings
Pre-K-K
$200
Kidokinetics camps provide a fun, healthy week of exercise,
games, nutrition and sports activities. A new sport is introduced
every day. Later, you will be able to put your new skills into
practice through fun, fast-paced games. Between the two sport
sessions children will have a chance to take a break and have a
snack. During this time we will make sports-related crafts and
read sports and nutrition themed books. Kidokinetics programs
follow standards established by the National Association of
Sports and Physical Education and FitnessGram. Sports and
physical activities include: golf,
tennis, basketball, baseball/
t-ball, football, badminton, hockey,
lacrosse, field hockey,
soccer, rugby, track
and field, volleyball,
obstacle course,
hula hoops, disc
golf, karate,
yoga, jump rope,
bowling, frisbee,
kickball, warm-up/
cool-down games,
relays and parachute
games.
LEGO STAR WARS
Connie Cook and Father John Thorpe
Full Days
Pre-K-1st
$350
Are you ready to engage in games, crafts, challenges, and
plenty of creative building time in a galaxy of our own? Using
LEGOS and your own creativity we will join your fellow Jedi in
a battle against the Dark Side of the Force. In the end, good
triumphs over evil!
LET’S GO HAVE SOME FUN!
Cindy Isbell and John Walker
Full Days
3rd-8th
$425
Hop on the bus for a week of exciting activities and adventures.
Activities include bowling, laser tag, putt-putt, Top Golf,
movies, arcade, paintball and a super–special day in Arlington.
(A Six Flags six-hour reading ticket or a season pass is required
for this day. If you don’t have either, you must purchase
admission at the park or online.) Dress comfortably and wear
tennis shoes. Admission fees, daily lunches and snacks are
included.
9
Pre-K-1st
$200/$350
A cup of tea a day keeps the summertime blues away! Each
day you will have a new tea experience through theme crafts,
cooking and stories. Our tea themes are Asian, Teddy Bear,
Garden, Royal and Tea by the Sea. The full-day program
includes a rest period after lunch.
MEDIEVAL AND MIDDLE EARTH –
LEGO ENGINEERING
Championship Robotics
Afternoons
$200
1st-8th
Go to the age of Hobbits, Dwarves
and Wizards and Castles – LEGO
ro bo t style! U sing remo tecontrolled and motorized Lego®
Technics, you get to joust
like knights and knock your
opponents’ mini-figurine from
his robot horse, race dwarves
down the river, help Bilbo find the
King’s Jewel while avoiding Smaug
the dragon, storm the castle and claim
the flag, and help Frodo and Sam navigate
the obstacle course to the ring back to Mount Doom.
Every Hobbit and knight is awarded a LEGO mini-figurine,
Medieval and Middle Earth collectable dog tag and personalized backpack tag. Live the life of a king and free the lands!
U.S.T.A. UNDER TEN TENNIS
Sportkinetics
Afternoons
1st-4th
$200
Would you love to learn to play tennis, but get too hot in
the summer sun? Come join us inside for Under Ten Tennis!
Originally developed to bring kids into the game of tennis by
utilizing specialized equipment, shorter court dimensions and
modified scoring, 10 and Under Tennis has developed into
a program for all beginning players, no matter their age. All
equipment has been specially designed to suit the needs of
beginning players. Racquets are made with super light carbon
fiber, shorter grips and oversized face.
USA TRACK AND FIELD –
RUN, JUMP, AND THROW
Sportkinetics
Mornings
1st-6th
$200
Start the summer camp day with fun running and group exercise
with “Running Start” curriculum developed by New York Road
Runners (NYRR). NYRR has developed a series of comprehensive lesson plans to help young boys and girls make running
fun while developing important movement skills. This program
is available for children to get a healthy start to their camp day
while taking advantage of the cooler morning temperatures.
Session 3
session 3
june 20 - 24
ABC’S OF CHESS
Herminio Baez
Mornings
K-5th
$200
Learn the Game of Kings! You
will learn about chess notation,
openings and great tactics like
skewers, pins, x-ray attacks and
more. You will also learn the rules
of tournament chess including
various timed chess games. It’s your
move!
THE ART OF SCIENCE
Jayd Newbold
Afternoons
1st-3rd
$200
Discover how science and art go hand in hand. We will explore
scientific principles as we create amazing art related to the
world of science. Create your own tornadoes, geodes and
paintings as we learn about the scientific wonders of the world.
Things might get messy, especially when yummy, artistic snacks
are made as we test chemical reactions, but science has never
tasted or looked so good.
BEGINNING VOLLEYBALL
Thor Herrin
Afternoons
2nd-5th
$200
Learn the great sport of volleyball! Whether this is your first try
at volleyball or you are already beginning to love it, you will
increase your abilities and make lasting friendships that come
from the positive and nurturing environment of team sports.
All equipment will be provided, but participants should attend
with proper footwear and knee pads (if desired).
BEST EVER PLAYGROUND CRAWL
Jennifer Powers
Mornings
1st-3rd
$200
Play, laugh and splash! Let’s hop on the bus and hit the area’s
most popular playgrounds. We’ll end each day with a trip to
one of the local splash parks to cool off. Wear a bathing suit
under your clothes and bring a towel, sunscreen and water
bottle.
CAMP I-CAN-COOK!
Katie Specht and Susan Benton
Full days
1st-3rd
$350
Looking for a way to escape the heat? Hurry! Hurry! We
have eggs to beat! The oven will be warm, and you’ll be
glad. A lip smacking good time is sure to be had! Whip
on in to our kitchen for Camp I-Can-Cook! We will make
a full meal each day and master chefs will work on many
other creative projects as well. Each camper will leave with
a cookbook full of recipes and an excitement for new culinary
adventures.
DRAWING MONSTERS,
CREATURES AND CREEPS
Young Rembrandts
Mornings
1st-6th
$200
If you are a fan of creepy, crawly monsters, this art workshop
is the perfect fit. You will learn to draw and cartoon a variety
of characters and even complete a large composition using
pastels. Monsters and aliens will come to life as you learn
the secrets to creating life-like and cartoon characters with
humorous and animated poses. Create drawings to delight
and amuse your friends.
GIRLS’ CLUB FOR LEGO ENGINEERS
Championship Robotics
Mornings
1st-8th – Girls
$200
Girls love building with LEGOS, too! We will use the latest and
greatest motors and gears while building remote-controlled
robots, vehicles and creatures. Build a spinning carnival ride,
a hopping rabbit, a steerable airplane with rotating propeller,
a wacky robot and dune buggy. You will also learn about the
great women in the history of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and how they have made our
lives better. Every Girls’ Club member is awarded a Lego
mini-figurine, an exclusive “Future Engineer” medallion and
personalized backpack tag. Why should the boys have all the
fun? Come join the club!
GLOW WACKY LAB
Connie Cook and Tracey Gonzales
Full Days
K-2nd
$350
Calling all scientists and artists! Join us for a fun-filled camp
using blacklight, glowing centers, crafts and science. We will
explore the science of light in an exciting, hands-on way.
Learning about luminescence and
phosphorescence is fun when
you experiment with glow
sticks, slimy marbles,
neon paint and ooey
gooey substances.
Hands-on science
– great books
and learning as
our experiments
glow in the dark.
10
session 3
LEARN TO SEW
june 20 - 24
Jean Haynes and Rebecca Hardegree
Mornings
In this beginning sewing class, you will learn age and skill-level
appropriate hand-stitching techniques. You’ll reinforce new
skills through fun and creative projects. All campers will receive
a sewing kit, as well as all necessary supplies and fabrics.
IMAGINE THAT!
Joy Jaqua
Mornings
4th-8th
$200
Are you an “outside the box” thinker? Do you like challenges that require problem solving in new and unexpected
ways? Could you build a five-foot tower using only paper and
spaghetti? This is the camp for you! We will conquer challenges
that require brainstorming, collaborating and designing, and
building with unusual and unexpected materials. Each day is
a new challenge in this fast-paced and creative camp where
there are no incorrect ideas – only new options for creative
problem solving.
KIDOKINETICS – FITNESS MADE FUN!
Sportkinetics
Mornings
Pre-K-K
$200
Kidokinetics camps provide a fun, healthy week of exercise,
games, nutrition and sports activities. A new sport is introduced
every day. Later, you will be able to put your new skills into
practice through fun, fast-paced games. Between the two sport
sessions children will have a chance to take a break and have a
snack. During this time we will make sports-related crafts and
read sports and nutrition themed books. Kidokinetics programs
follow standards established by the National Association of
Sports and Physical Education and FitnessGram. Sports and
physical activities include: golf, tennis, basketball, baseball/
t-ball, football, badminton, hockey, lacrosse, field hockey,
soccer, rugby, track and field, volleyball, obstacle course, hula
hoops, disc golf, karate, yoga, jump rope, bowling, frisbee,
kickball, warm-up/cool-down games, relays and parachute
games.
KINDERGARTEN KICK OFF
Katie Cowan
Mornings
11
1st-6th
$200
K
$200
Let’s get ready for Kindergarten! St. John’s kindergarten
teacher, Katie Cowan, will help your child get ready for an
exciting year of learning and fun. We will build on the experiences of Pre-K to get a jump start
on the reading, writing, math
and science skills that will
be a part of the kindergarten experience. These
valuable kindergarten
lessons will be experienced in a very fun,
relaxed and nurturing
camp. Your child will
walk into kindergarten
feeling comfortable and
confident!
LET’S MAKE MUSIC
Father John Thorpe
Afternoons
3rd-6th
$200
Do you love making music? Ever wondered how a trombone
works, or a bagpipe? Would you like to play an instrument but
aren’t sure which one is for you? Come explore the world of
instrumental music. You’ll learn the science behind more than
30 musical instruments, get to try them out, make your own,
and join the digital music revolution in your own iPad band!
Familiarity with basic music notation is not required.
MADELINE GOES TO CAMP
Ashley Leake
Mornings
Pre-K-1st
$200
In a nice school in Dallas where children
learn to shine
Was a camp full of kids who loved
Madeline.
They read her books, created art,
And acted out stories,
And became really smart.
They learned some French,
How to cook, Lots of mannersAll from this book!
MINECRAFT
ARCHITECTS
High Tech Kids
Mornings
2nd-6th
$225
Become a Minecraft architect! Plan, design and construct
buildings to meet Minecraft challenges. Join a team to accept
a construction challenge including limited resources, time
limitations and environmental problems. By experimentation
and collaboration you will develop skills in creative thinking,
math, geometry and team building.
PINKALICIOUS
Jennifer Zarrella and Jan Breed
Mornings or Full Days
Pre-K-2nd
$200/$350
Do you love the color pink? Perhaps purple, gold and silver
too? Could you live in a world like Pinkalicious? Now you can!
During this camp, we will love all things pink, purple, gold and
silver. Every day will begin with a book from the Pinkalicious
series, and we will focus on that particular color. We will even
dress in that color, too! We will bake pink cupcakes, sip pink
lemonade, decorate crowns and wands, paint, make jewelry,
and host a tea party. On our last day of camp, your Pinkalicious
girl will make her very own book to take home and share! Just
imagine…You-alicious!
session 3
SOFT STICK LACROSSE
Sportkinetics
Afternoons
Lacrosse is the nation’s fastest growing sport.
Sportkinetics is pleased to partner with
U.S. Lacrosse to introduce this fun and
exciting sport to young children. Soft
Stick Lacrosse will introduce the
great sport of lacrosse to boys and
girls and will develop the tactical,
technical, and cooperative skills
needed to enjoy success on the
lacrosse field. This is a great opportunity for those interested in
exploring lacrosse and will provide
players with the skills and knowledge
necessary for a great lacrosse season.
WEB DESIGN
Josh Del Regno
Afternoons
WILD KINGDOM IN THE METROPLEX
1st-8th
$200
Join the Rebellion fight against the Republic! Based on Star
Wars – The Force Awakens, you will build, race and fight using
remote-controlled, motorized LEGO Technic droids and ships.
Every rebel leaves with a LEGO mini-figurine, a Star Wars
collectable dog tag and personalized backpack tag.
UNDER THE BIG TOP
Monica Breeding and Morgan Martinez
Full Days
4th-8th
$200
Learn how to make a cool web page to show off your
favorite LEGO creations? Or how about a fan page
for Dirk Nowitzki or Taylor Swift? In Web Design camp
you will learn and use basic HTML and CSS to make
your own website!
THE FORCE AWAKENS ROBOTICS
Championship Robotics
Afternoons
june 20 - 24
1st-6th
$200
Pre-K-1st
$350
Cindy Isbell and John Walker
Full Days
3rd-8th
$425
Join us for a tour and experience a South American rainforest,
hand-feed a towering giraffe, feel the cool chill of a blackfooted penguin and much more. Be a tourist in your own
backyard while riding the St. John’s bus
and see for yourself why the Dallas/
Ft. Worth area is quickly becoming
one of America’s premier destinations for animal lovers. Dress
comfortably and wear your
walking shoes. Admission fees
and lunches are included.
Ever wanted to be a ringmaster, tightrope walker or lion tamer?
Well...we’ve got the greatest camp on earth! Join us to clown
around under the Big Top to create a one-of-a-kind circus
performance for your families to enjoy.
12
session 4
june 27-july 1
Session 4
CRUSADER TEAM FLAG FOOTBALL
Devin Darnell
Mornings
ALLAKHAZAM, IT’S MAGIC!
Paul Osborne
Mornings
3rd-7th
$220
Learn great tricks to amaze your friends! Make your own
magic props in camp, perform for your fellow campers, and
be prepared to put on a show for family and friends at home.
You will see magic performed every day by Mr. Osborne, magic
designer and coach of world famous magicians. You’ll also
leave camp with a giant magic kit you assemble and create
yourself.
BATTLE BOTS – LEGO TECHNIC STYLE
ROBOTICS
Championship Robotics
Afternoons
1st-8th
$200
Build bots with only one purpose – to
destroy all the other bots in the
competition! You and your team
will have access to the latest and
most powerful LEGO Technic
motors, speed-controlled
remotes, specialized gears and
rare parts. Start with our battletested wheeled and tracked
designs and then modify the
designs to create your ultimate
battle bot. Each day you compete
in a new and challenging arena with
only the best bot left standing. Every warrior
leaves with a LEGO mini-figurine, Battle Bots collectable dog
tag and personalized backpack tag. Do you have what it takes?
COMMOTION IN THE OCEAN
Monica Breeding and Jennifer Zarrella
Full Days
13
Pre-K-1st
$350
We’ll mix ocean fun with motor
skills development as we swim
through our week at camp.
As we explore the ocean
you’ll build and strengthen large and small motor
skills. We’ll dive right
into working on grasp
development, eye-hand
coordination, building,
coloring and scissor skills.
In the afternoon, we’ll glide
like stingrays and play like
dolphins while developing multisensory and large motor skills. Each camper will make a mini
fine motor kit for home use.
5th-6th
$200
Join Coach Darnell and enjoy the great game of flag football.
You will learn about the offensive
and defensive schemes of the
Crusader flag football team.
Learn more about the skills
and techniques for all of
your favorite football
positions, practice drills,
and play in scrimmages
and games to highlight
your new skills. Speed
and agility drills will also
help athletes develop
skills that will translate
to other sports. Get your
friends and join the fun!
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Jacques Vroom
Full Days
6th-8th
$350
Create a twenty page hard-bound book of your own photography coached and guided by a professional with substantial
work history at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Art
Institute of Chicago, and the Rock + Roll Hall of Fame. Decades
of photography and creative experience will help you. Your
beautifully-printed book is delivered 3 weeks later. Everyone
will be very impressed.
DODGEBALL
Tony Adler
Afternoons
2nd-8th
$200
Want to be active, but out of the hot summer sun? Join Mr.
Adler to play the greatest game ever. A full week of every type
of dodgeball that you can imagine! Get your friends to join
you for a week of fun. Take the challenge to become “King or
Queen of the Court.”
JUMP FOR FUN!
Sportkinetics
Mornings
1st-5th
$200
Jump rope is a great way to build stamina, coordination,
balance and have fun! Whether you want to join the jump rope
team, improve your team tricks and skills, cross train for other
sports, or simply have fun, this is the camp for you! We will learn
and practice traditional jump rope, Chinese jump rope, jump
rope relays, jump rope work outs and jump rope games, such
as “jump the river,” “helicopter,” and “water splash.” Learn to
choreograph your jump rope routine too!
session 4
LEGO CITY
Susan Benton and Jayd Newbold
Mornings and Full Days
LEGO City needs your help! Due to a growing population,
LEGO City is expanding. We’ll add an airport, auto shop,
restaurants and more. Join us for a week of building, playing
games and making friends. There will also be cooking, crafts
and LEGO games! The full-day program includes a rest period
after lunch.
LET’S GO HAVE SOME FUN!
Cindy Isbell and John Walker
Full Days
3rd-8th
$425
Hop on the bus for a week of exciting activities and adventures.
Activities include bowling, laser tag, putt-putt, Top Golf,
movies, arcade, paintball and a super–special day in Arlington.
(A Six Flags six-hour reading ticket or a season pass is required
for this day. If you don’t have either, you must purchase
admission at the park or online.) Dress comfortably and wear
tennis shoes. Admission fees, daily lunches and snacks are
included.
Pre-K-1st
$350
Explore the world of science through fun hands-on experiments. Create slimy concoctions and colorful art while learning
about scientific principles. Learn how scientific reactions can
create exciting events like volcanoes and tornadoes. We might
get a little dirty as we explore life as junior scientists!
MADELINE GOES TO CAMP
Ashley Leake
Mornings
MINECRAFT – LEGO TECHNICS
CREEPER STYLE ROBOTICS
Championship Robotics
Mornings
1st-8th
$200
Go way beyond regular LEGO brick packages to design and
construct your home with working piston-activated doors while
keeping out remote-controlled exploding Creepers. After
surviving the long night, collect gold, lapis and emeralds blocks
and navigate your railed mine cart through the netherworld.
Then, avoid the stare of the Endermen, destroy the Ender
Dragon and take a dragon egg to win the day. Every brave
crafter leaves with a LEGO mini-figurine, a MINECRAFT collectable dog tag and personalized backpack tag.
PAINT LIKE PICASSO
MAD SCIENTISTS
Tania Kader and Charity Wallace
Full Days
june 27-july 1
Pre-K-1st
$200/$350
Pre-K-1st
$200
In a nice school in Dallas where children learn to shine
Was a camp full of kids who loved Madeline.
They read her books, created art,
And acted out stories,
And became really smart.
They learned some French,
How to cook, Lots of mannersAll from this book!
Rebecca Hardegree
Mornings
1st-5th
$200
Learn how to paint like an Old
Master. Explore the painting
styles of famous artists while
developing your personal
artistic style. As we study
the various styles of
painting, we will create
our own paintings using
a wide variety of fun
and unique mediums
including water colors,
oil paint, acrylic paint and
several others.
READY, SET,
FIRST GRADE!
Rebecca Crabtree and Katie Specht
Mornings
1st
$200
Come spend time in Miss Specht’s and Mrs. Crabtree’s classrooms getting ready for an exciting year in first grade! We will
play games and experience many centers that will sharpen our
skills in math, reading, handwriting and Writer’s Workshop. We
will also do many fine motor, listening and following directions
activities each day. By the end of the week, each camper will
take home many wonderful games and activities to practice
throughout the summer! You will head back to school feeling
confident and ready for an awesome year in first grade!
14
session 4
TEAM CRUSADER BASKETBALL
june 27-july 1
Devin Darnell
Afternoons
REDSTONE WIRING MINECRAFT
High Tech Kids
Mornings
2nd-6th
$225
Construct projects powered by Redstone. Learn the basics of
circuitry with the tools that are built into Minecraft, such as
Redstone torches, levers, buttons, repeaters and detectors.
Utilizing Redstone inside Minecraft, you will learn how power
works inside the game. Explore how far a signal can be sent
before the signal is lost. Learn different ways to extend the
signal over great distances, and ways to incorporate this
knowledge to build everything from fun roller coasters to
automation for Minecraft farming.
SOARING INTO SECOND GRADE
Katie Specht and Rebecca Crabtree
Afternoons
2nd
$200
We interrupt your summer vacation to bring you a message
about a fun and exciting camp that will prepare you for
a smooth flight into second grade. Each day we will go
to a popular travel destination
where we will polish up reading
comprehension strategies,
word building and creative
writing. We will also further
our math skills by working
on fractions, money and
telling time. Your rising
second grader will soar
into second grade this fall
feeling confident and ready
for a new adventure!
SWEETS AND TREATS
Mary Odom
Mornings
4th-8th
$220
Enjoy a week of preparing sweet treats to enjoy and share
with others. You will learn the essentials of baking and candy
making, then create a wonderful treat
to take home every day! Cookies,
cupcakes, pies and candy will
be on the menu this week.
You will also create a
personalized cookbook
of wonderful sweet treats
for future cooking fun!
15
5th-8th
$200
Develop the skills and techniques necessary to take your team
to victory. Campers will develop ball handling and shooting
skills, refine defensive techniques, and improve speed and
agility through individual and team drill in practice and games.
This camp is ideal for Middle School students planning to
participate in school and club basketball teams.
WEEBLY WEB DESIGN
High Tech Kids
Afternoons
2nd-8th
$225
Learn how to create highly stylized and complex websites
using Weebly for site creation and Pixlr for image editing. With
Weebly, not only can you work and update your site in camp,
but also anywhere with access to the Internet. Weebly’s user
friendly interface will allow you to move so quickly that we will
also introduce you to Pixlr. Pixlr is a webware substitute for
Adobe Photoshop which will allow you to edit images with
text and warp tools. Weebly and Pixlr allow you to publish your
creative thoughts clearly and easily. Digital citizenship will also
be introduced and reviewed during this camp.
WILD ANIMALS STUFF AND FLUFF
Trish Lopez
Afternoons
Pre-K-4th
$200
Wild Animals is a fun adventure, with lots of growls, roars and
grumbles. You will learn about the variety of wild animals that
live throughout the world. Begin with a stuff and fluff activity of
hand stuffing a new furry friend to take home! You will choose
from wild animals that live in various areas of the world. In total,
you will create two 15-inch animals and one 8-inch animal. You
will also learn about your animals’ habitats, their survival and
how they contribute to their environment. Fun, colorful art will
be also part of our wildlife adventure.
Session 5
session 5
july 5 - 8
AARGH! WE ARE PIRATES ROBOTICS
Championship Robotics
Afternoons
1st-8th
$175
Yo, ho! Yo, ho! Is a pirate’s life for you? Join the crew and
explore the world. Every day you and your mates will build
remote-controlled LEGO creatures and ships. Shenanigans
include parrot racing, searching for hidden treasure chests,
chasing through treacherous mazes, battling enemy ships and
walking the plank! Don’t worry, every pirate still takes home real
treasure including a LEGO mini-figurine, a pirate collectable
dog tag and personalized backpack tag.
ADVANCED GAME DESIGN
High Tech Kids
Afternoons
2nd-8th
$200
Build on what you learned in Game Design camp or other game
design experience. You will code using alternative values to
determine character and enemy health, character responses,
audio, music and sound effects. Your games will be more
complicated and tougher to master. Your friends will never win!
ARTSY ANIMALS STUFF AND FLUFF
Trish Lopez
Afternoons
Pre-K-4th
$175
Get ready for a fun and unique workshop filled with art activities
and animals! You will hand-stuff a new furry friend who will help
you create art throughout the week. You’ll make mosaics with
paper, beads and stones, and create painted sculptures of your
animal. You’ll even paint a canvas portrait of your animal. In this
camp, you’ll learn that art is a wonderful form of expression and
communication. It is a great camp for those who love hands-on
art activities.
CRUSADER BASKETBALL
Devin Darnell
Afternoons
Crusader Basketball Camp will allow you to practice shooting,
passing, dribbling and rebounding skills in a fun, positive
environment. Have fun with Coach Darnell as you learn proper
offensive and defensive techniques, develop team chemistry,
and use personal skills to be a more effective team member.
All camp sessions will include team competitions to familiarize
players with real game situations.
CRUSADER FLAG FOOTBALL
Devin Darnell
Mornings
FASHION DESIGNER
Fast Forward Kids
Afternoons
Bon Appétit! This camp combines cooking with your favorite
children’s literature to create fun and delicious treats. From
If You Give a Pig a Pancake to Where the Wild Things Are,
students will enjoy sharing books together, cooking, and creating
projects each day. Children will work cooperatively with others
as they prepare recipes that will become a part of their very own
cookbook that will certainly bring compliments to the chef!
COMMUNE WITH YOUR COMMUNITY
GET READY FOR THIRD GRADE
Susan Benton and Jayd Newbold
Full Days
Tracey Gonzales and Donna Knox
Full Days
K-1st
$325
5th-8th
$300
Make a difference in your community and discover the joy of
giving. We’ll volunteer with a variety of organizations including
White Rock Center of Hope, The Stewpot, C.C. Young Retirement Community, Dallas Animal Services and more. Campers
will receive credit for 28 volunteer hours, which may be used
to meet school, Scouting, confirmation class and other requirements. Give of yourself and help make a difference!
K-4th
$175
Join Coach Darnell and learn about the great game of flag
football. Practice drills to gain skills and techniques for all
football positions. Practice drills and play in scrimmages and
games to highlight your new skills. Speed and agility drills will
also help athletes develop skills that will translate to other
sports. Get your friends and join the fun!
Have you ever wondered how
the latest fashion trends get
started? Fashions begin with
imagination and a sketch.
By learning key principles
of color coordination and
fabric patterns, fashion
design will be easy and
fun. Use your creativity to
make fashion accessories
to take home and wear at
your next party. Take part
in a runway fashion show.
This camp will help you use
your creativity to be as fashionable as the stars.
BOOK COOKS
K-4th
$175
Cindy Isbell
Mornings
2nd-6th
$175
3rd
$175
Enter third grade with confidence after spending a fun week
reviewing and enhancing your reading, math, critical thinking,
and collaboration and leadership skills. We will play games,
master challenges, collaborate to solve problems and learn
about the fun that is in store for you during third grade.
Students will also get a chance to work on the required summer
reading book with their third grade reading teacher!
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session 5
MINECRAFT
july 5 - 8
High Tech Kids
Mornings
2nd-6th
$200
Play Minecraft and take the game to the next level with this
engaging and addicting world-building game. In this camp, we
will use the Minecraft EDU, and learn how to create new games,
design levels and host other players on a server.
HOT WHEELS – WORLD OF DISCOVERY
Fast Forward Kids
Mornings
Pre-K-1st
$175
Endless track and obstacle courses await car lovers as you
discover the world of physical science. Momentum, force and
friction are some of the concepts you’ll explore as cars fly
acrobatically through the course. You’ll learn measurement and
weight concepts as you identify the fastest and most efficient
cars in the camp. Mega Loop Mayhem, Shark Cliff Hanger and
Wolf Mountain along with hundreds of cool cars will delight
young vehicle enthusiasts!
KARATE FOR KIDS
Chamberlain Studios of Self-Defense
Afternoons
K-6th
$175
Dr. Nick Chamberlain and his team of expert instructors will
lead you through a fun-filled week of karate, martial arts and
self-defense. Learn the basics or improve your martial arts
skills. You will experience and use the acclaimed 3-Steps to
a Great Kid™ martial arts character development program.
You will learn kicking, blocking and striking skills, self-defense
techniques, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, martial arts history, appropriate
times for martial arts use, and much more.
KIDOKINETICS – FITNESS MADE FUN!
Sportkinetics
Mornings
Pre-K-K
$175
Kidokinetics camps provide a fun, healthy week of exercise,
games, nutrition and sports activities. A new sport is introduced
every day. Later, you will be able to put your new skills into
practice through fun, fast-paced games. Between the two sport
sessions children will have a chance to take a break and have a
snack. During this time we will make sports-related crafts and
read sports and nutrition themed books. Kidokinetics programs
follow standards established by the National Association of
Sports and Physical Education and FitnessGram. Sports and
physical activities include: golf, tennis, basketball, baseball/
t-ball, football, badminton, hockey, lacrosse, field hockey,
soccer, rugby, track and field, volleyball, obstacle course, hula
hoops, disc golf, karate, yoga, jump rope, bowling, frisbee,
kickball, warm-up/cool-down games, relays and parachute
games.
MATH MADE FUN
Laura Davidson
Mornings
17
2nd-4th
$175
Have fun brushing up on math skills and preparing for next
year! Class will include numerous math games and contests. In
addition, hands-on activities and computer games will be a part
of each day. Math will be “made fun” as important concepts
are reinforced and new concepts are introduced.
NEXPLORE GAMES AND ZUMBA KIDS
Nexplore USA
Afternoons
Pre-K-1st
$175
Have fun and learn new games that promote goal setting,
planning and critical-thinking strategies, and then exercise
your body with fun, high energy Zumba! Zumba is packed with
specially choreographed routines and the latest music, like
hip-hop, reggae, cumbia and salsa. Zumba KIDS® is designed
exclusively for kids. Zumba Kids® has great benefits, including
improving focus and self-confidence, boosting metabolism and
enhancing coordination.
NEXPLORE GAMES AND ZUMBA
KIDS – ADVANCED
Nexplore USA
Mornings
2nd-5th
$175
Have fun and learn new games that promote goal setting,
planning and critical-thinking strategies, and then exercise
your body with fun, high energy Zumba! Zumba is packed with
specially choreographed routines and the latest music, like
hip-hop, reggae, cumbia and salsa. Zumba Kids® is designed
exclusively for kids. Zumba Kids® has great benefits, including
improving focus and self-confidence, boosting metabolism and
enhancing coordination.
SALUTE TO THE MILITARY – LEGO
ROBOTICS
Championship Robotics
Mornings
1st-8th
$175
Ignite your patriotic spirit while having fun with remotecontrolled and motorized LEGO Technic military vehicles!
Learn how helicopters work, race Hummers, storm the coast
with six-wheeled amphibian vehicles, and battle your customdesigned tanks. Led by a United States military veteran, you
will not only learn cool facts about the military vehicles of the
Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard, but you
will build them too. Every soldier and sailor will be awarded a
LEGO mini-figurine, military robotics collectable dog tag and
personalized backpack tag. If you love LEGOS and the military
this is the place you can “Be all you can be!”
SURVIVAL TACTICS
Fast Forward Kids
Mornings
3rd-7th
$175
Wrapped in games and adventures, you will overcome unique
challenges in this camp. Learn how to solve for the four basic
requirements for survival – food, shelter, fire and water. You will
learn how to purify water, signal for help, identify and search
for edible food, create shelters, build fires and learn team
building chants. This camp is essential for kids who love the
great outdoors. Enlist in the action!
session 6
Session 6
july 11 - 15
ALL SPORTS AND GAMES CAMP
Devin Darnell
Afternoons
1st-5th
$200
The best all afternoon PE class ever! Come join your friends
to play all of your favorite sports and games in an upbeat, fun
atmosphere. It’s like you put every great PE class together for
a week of fun!
3D GAMING
High Tech Kids
Afternoons
4th-8th
$225
3D Game Design allows you to create fully 3D worlds and
characters. You will use Kodu, a new visual programming
language made specifically for creating games by Microsoft.
Kodu runs on PC and Xbox 360 game consoles and can be
navigated using an Xbox 360 game controller. You will use the
built-in interactive terrain editor to create a 3D environment
before adding characters. You will have access to 20 different
characters. Kodu is event driven, using concepts like vision,
hearing, time and collisions to control character behavior. This
approach in programming teaches you to think of the end
result, work the steps backward in an attempt to create the
result, and implement their code to test for the desired result.
ALL STEAM AHEAD! – AM
Liz Curlin
Mornings
Pre-K-K
$200
Develop and use STEAM (science,
technology, engineering,
art and math) skills to
solve problems
and create new
inventions. This
hands-on camp
will provide
children with
great opportunities to
think “outside
the box,” build,
create and
invent solutions
to problems uncovered through
reading trickster tales
from around the world,
as well as other picture
books about engineering. Each child will have a journal to
work in so that they are able to reflect on their learning.
We will work on various projects each day as we learn
about and practice the engineering process.
ALL STEAM AHEAD! – PM
Liz Curlin
Afternoons
Pre-K-K
$200
Develop and use STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art
and math) skills to solve problems and create new inventions.
This hands-on camp will provide children with great opportunities to think “outside the box,” build, create and invent
solutions to problems uncovered through reading trickster
tales from around the world, as well as other picture books
about engineering. Each child will have a journal to work in so
that they are able to reflect on their learning. We will work on
various projects each day as we learn about and practice the
engineering process.
BATTLE BOTS – LEGO TECHNIC STYLE
ROBOTICS
Championship Robotics
Mornings
1st-8th
$200
Build bots with only one purpose – to
destroy all the other bots in the
competition! You and your team
will have access to the latest and
most powerful LEGO Technic
motors, speed-controlled
remotes, specialized gears and
rare parts. Start with our battletested wheeled and tracked
designs and then modify the
designs to create your ultimate
battle bot. Each day you compete
in a new and challenging arena with
only the best bot left standing. Every
warrior leaves with a LEGO mini-figurine, Battle Bots collectable
dog tag and personalized backpack tag. Do you have what it
takes?
BE YOUR OWN SUPER HERO
Jayd Newbold
Full Days
K-2nd
$350
Superheroes are the best, and we
always want to be like them, but
what if we created them instead?
Ironman, Hulk, Wonder Woman
and Batman…they all started
somewhere! In this camp we will
create our very own comic book
hero. Design your own hero, pick
their powers, create their suit and
compose their own theme music!
And once your hero is complete,
you can share it with others!
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session 6
GAMES GALORE
july 11 - 15
David Laffitteau
Mornings
Play all of your favorite games and learn fun new games. We’ll
have a blast with kickball, Crusader tag, floor hockey, capture
the flag, basketball, relay races and many others. After the
physical games, we’ll wind down with some team-building
games. Students will exercise body and mind, while having
tons of fun playing games galore!
CONSTRUCTION ZONE – MAKER’S
SPACES – AM
Danielle Dupuis
Mornings
K-5th
$200
You will create, make and take home projects that include a tool
kit, replicas of national and international landmarks, a geometry
board and edible treats! Students
will work with hammers and
nails, paints and other
real construction
materials. To plan
for construction
projects, you will
draw and construct
LEGO group structures to prototype
your work. This is
a great camp if you
love to design, build
or want to become
more comfortable with the
construction process.
CONSTRUCTION ZONE – MAKER’S
SPACES – PM
Danielle Dupuis
Afternoons
K-5th
$200
You will create, make and take home projects that include
a tool kit, replicas of national and international landmarks, a
geometry board and edible treats! Students will work with
hammers and nails, paints and other real construction materials.
To plan for construction projects, you will draw and construct
LEGO group structures to prototype your work. This is a great
camp if you love to design, build or want to become more
comfortable with the construction process.
DINOSAURS ROAR!
Susan Benton and Jan Breed
Mornings/Full Days
Pre-K-1st
$200/$350
Spend the week training as a junior paleontologist. St. John’s will be transformed into a prehistoric world full
of dinosaurs as we travel back in
time to explore and unearth the
environment of these amazing
creatures. There will be cooking,
crafts and lots of discovery! The
full-day program includes a rest
period after lunch.
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2nd-6th
$200
HTML BASICS
High Tech Kids
Mornings
2nd-8th
$225
HTML Basics will show you how to create a website using just
Notepad++. This camp will teach you how to make a website,
and how to hand-code HTML tags and incorporate them into
a website. You will take home your site folder, which contains
the entirety of your site, on a Flash Drive or via download link.
Campers who complete a release form will have their site
hosted by High Tech Kids, and viewable online for 3 months
at no additional charge to the camper!
JUNIOR UNDER THE SEA DRAWING
Young Rembrandts
Mornings
K-2nd
$200
Mermaids, fish, coral and even sharks are but a few of the
beautiful, vibrant creatures living under the sea. All of these
will inspire you to draw the many animal and human characters
found in the oceans of the world. Our last day will be exciting
as we combine all we have learned into one larger under the
sea drawing with a story of its own.
KARATE FOR KIDS
Chamberlain Studios of Self-Defense
Afternoons
K-6th
$200
Dr. Nick Chamberlain and his team of expert instructors will
lead you through a fun-filled week of Karate, martial arts and
self-defense. Learn the basics or improve your martial arts skills.
You will experience and use the acclaimed 3-Steps to a Great
Kid™ martial arts character development program. You will learn
kicking, blocking and striking skills, self-defense techniques,
Brazilian jiu-jitsu, martial arts history, appropriate times for
martial arts use and much more.
KEYBOARD KIDS TECHNOLOGY
Micah Sudbury
Mornings
Pre-K-1
$200
Let’s show your child how to use technology as a tool, not
just a toy! Introduce your child to important STEAM (science,
technology, engineering, arts and math) skills as they learn
keyboarding, technology, reading and writing. Children love
to help the smart, tiny, tech-savvy Puterbugs solve the daily
missions for the computer detectives. Children unlock new,
beneficial ways to use technology to be productive and solve
meaningful problems. Critical thinking and creative problem
solving are essential skills for our young computer detectives.
Families can continue the fun and learning with free access to
the robust online activities to reinforce skills taught at camp.
Great STEAM projects and Internet safely lessons are included.
session 6
KINDERGARTEN KICK-OFF
Katie Cowan
Mornings
Let’s get ready for Kindergarten! St. John’s kindergarten
teacher, Katie Cowan, will help your child get ready for an
exciting year of learning and fun. We will build on the experiences of Pre-K to get a jump start on the reading, writing, math
and science skills that will be a part of the kindergarten experience. These valuable kindergarten lessons will be experienced
in a very fun, relaxed and nurturing camp. Your child will walk
into kindergarten feeling comfortable and confident!
LEGO ROBOTICS – SPEED VS. POWER
Championship Robotics
Afternoons
3rd-8th
$200
Want a real robot challenge? Beginners need not apply, as
this fast-paced course will leave them in the dust. This course
is designed specifically for builders who already have the confidence and experience with remote-controlled LEGO Technic
robots using gears, motors and levers. You will have access to
the most powerful LEGO Technic motors, speed-controlled
remotes and specialized gears. Build a Super Tank with extreme
power, an incredibly fast Indy 500 car with independent
steering and a 4-wheel drive ATV. Every Robotics Master will
be awarded a LEGO mini-figurine, Robotics Master collectable
dog tag and personalized backpack tag. If you have a need for
speed and power, this is where you belong!
MIDDLE SCHOOL ONLY!
ALL FUN, ALL DAY!
John Walker and Kathryn Potter
Full Days
july 11 - 15
Kindergarten
$200
5th-8th
$400
Want to hang out and socialize with your friends, go to fun
places and do the things that YOU want to do? Join Mr. Walker,
Mrs. Potter and your friends for a week of Middle School
adventure. We will go to Hawaiian Falls, Studio Movie Grill,
Amazing Jakes, bowling and other places that YOU want to
go. The summer gets boring without your friends – join them!
MUSICAL ANIMALS
Trish Lopez
Afternoons
Pre-K-4th
$200
Musical Animals is a fun-filled way to learn
about animals and music throughout
the world. You will make your own
furry, stuffed animal to love forever.
Your new furry friend will help
you learn about the wonderful
world of music. You will share
many of the world’s styles of
music, learn about and make
your own musical instruments,
play real musical instruments and
communicate through the language
of music.
ST. JOHN’S VOLLEYBALL CAMP
Thor Herrin
Afternoons
4th-8th
$200
Open to players of all skill levels, the St. John’s Volleyball Camp
provides expert instruction by a coach who has more than
a decade of experience instructing girls and boys of a wide
range of ages. Whether this is your first time to play volleyball
or you’re a seasoned veteran of club and school teams, you’ll
expand your abilities and make lasting friendships that come
from the positive and nurturing environment of team sports.
All equipment will be provided, but participants should attend
with water bottles, proper footwear and knee pads (if desired).
St. John’s students interested in playing for the IAA or TAPS
volleyball teams are highly encouraged to attend.
Turn the page and take a look at who’s teaching
our camps. Many of our camp instructors are St.
John’s teachers, and others represent companies
with whom we’ve had long-standing relationships.
All are excited to offer another great year of camps
through Summer at St. John’s.
register
online
StJohnsSchool.org/
Summer
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camp instructor bios
Tony Adler has taught middle school English at St. John’s for the past year. Prior to that he was a middle school English teacher and coach
at Greenhill School. Tony founded the St. John’s dodgeball club. He enjoys playing sports, especially dodgeball, and spending time with his
family.
Herminio Baez has been teaching chess for 30 years. Mr. Baez teaches chess classes and coaches chess teams at schools throughout the
metroplex. Mr. Baez is a native New Yorker who has traveled the globe playing chess.
Susan Benton has taught Pre-K for 19 years, 15 of which she has spent at St. John’s. She leads a variety of summer camps for our young
campers.
Jan Breed is completing her first year as a Pre-K aid after working for many years as a kindergarten teacher and administrator in Georgia.
She is the mother of three adult sons and loves to spend time with her wonderful dog.
Monica Breeding has been teaching early childhood since 1989. Ms. Breeding is an alumna of St. John’s and has been teaching our Pre-K
students for the past six years.
Chamberlain Studios of Self-Defense™ is an organization dedicated to providing the very best in martial arts for children and adults since
1981. The school brings together people from all walks of life with the common goals of friendship, martial arts and hard work!
Championship Robotics Championship Robotics founder and longtime Summer at St. John’s robotics instructor, Jack Nelson, is a fulltime
Engineering and Robotics teacher for Richardson ISD and has led his competitive teams to multiple Robotics World Championships.
Connie Cook came to St. John’s four years ago as an early childhood aide and loves to work with young children. She and her husband are
longtime members of St. John’s Episcopal Church and are in the process of raising their six children, who never cease to amaze them.
Katie Cowan previously taught third grade in Fort Worth before accepting a kindergarten position at St. John’s. She is a Dallas native and
a TCU graduate with a degree in Early Childhood Education. Katie is excited to be returning to summer camps at St. John’s and is eager to
meet many new faces.
Rebecca Crabtree is a St. John’s alumna, teacher and parent! She has been in education for 19 years and has taught at St. John’s for
15 years. Rebecca loves teaching children early literacy skills and enjoys doing activities with her neighborhood Moms’ group and spending
time with her husband and their five-year-old son when she is not at school.
Liz Curlin is a Pre-K teacher at The Lamplighter School in Dallas. She is currently attending classes at the Perot Science Museum where she is
being trained in STEM and STEAM curriculum. She is excited to share her knowledge and love of literature and engineering with our campers.
When Liz is not teaching she likes to read, do yoga and cook.
Devin Darnell teaches lower school PE at St. John’s where he also coaches flag football and TAPS basketball. He always has a positive
attitude and enjoys working with kids. His goal is to provide environments allowing student athletes to grow and thrive. Devin has coached
college basketball, high school football and basketball, and middle school football, basketball, track and cross country.
Laura Davidson has been teaching for more than 16 years. Currently, she teaches math at Richland College in Dallas. She received a B.S. from
American University in Washington, D.C. and has taken graduate courses at UTD. Ms. Davidson is also a private tutor for St. John’s students.
Martin Delabano has taught fifth through eighth grade art at St. John’s since 1990 and is an alumnus of the school. He is a professional
exhibiting artist and also builds and plays ukuleles, mandolins and guitars.
Josh Del Regno has worked at St. John’s since 2013 in the After School Program and is now the Technology Integration Specialist responsible
for helping students to become confident in the use of iPad technology. He has a love for music, board games and new technology.
Danielle Dupuis is a nine-year teaching veteran from the Kessler School. She is excited to share her teaching passion with Summer at
St. John’s. She believes in integrating cooperative structures, literacy and Multiple Intelligence pedagogy into her lessons to ensure all
students are engaged and enjoying learning.
Fast Forward Kids has been a leading provider of summer programs for children for more than 20 years. Higher-order thinking skills in the
areas of math, science, reading and social development are implemented in various classes. The company’s goals are academic rigor and fun!
Thor Herrin, a St. John’s teacher for the past 11 years, attended St. John’s and St. Mark’s School of Texas before majoring in philosophy at
SMU. He currently teaches fifth grade English and coaches Middle School volleyball.
HTK, Inc. (High Tech Kids) has been in business since 1993 and is a family-owned small business with a true love for children and technology.
High Tech Kids combines technology with the inquisitiveness of children to create summer camps full of innovation and joy.
Rebecca Hardegree is the 4th grade math and science teacher at St. John’s. She graduated from Austin College with a degree in psychology
and a Master of Arts in teaching. She is excited to be teaching her first summer camps at St. John’s.
Cindy Isbell has been teaching for 32 years and is currently in her 15th year at St. John’s. She teaches third grade and coaches Middle School
sports. Cindy has led many excursion camps for Summer at St. John’s.
Joy Jaqua teaches middle school science at St. John’s. She loves creative problem solving. She has been a long time coach and sponsor of
Destination Imagination teams, a program fostering creative problem solving through “out of the box” thinking. She is excited to work with
campers to image and create solutions to some of life’s toughest problems!
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camp instructor bios
Tania Kader has been a member of the Summer at St. John’s staff as well as the St. John’s After School Program for the past year. With a
degree in psychology, Tania is excited to share her love of science with campers in Mad Scientists camp this summer.
Donna Knox has been at St. John’s assisting in early childhood development and teaching Pre-K art for the past six years. Prior to her
experience at St. John’s she taught sixth through eighth grade art at GPISD, where she helped establish the art curriculum and coordinated
numerous events for the GPISD arts program. She is passionate about helping our local community and is excited to share her passion with
middle school students.
David Laffiteau is a 21-year teaching veteran who is in his third year at St. John’s. David has taught middle and high school math, as well as
ISEE test preparation classes. David loves to teach kids “tricks” to make math easier and more fun. When not teaching, David loves to spend
time with his family.
Ashley Leake majored in French at Tulane University before beginning her early childhood and elementary school teaching career. She is
currently a St. John’s Middle School parent, language arts tutor and Lower School math club teacher. When she isn’t working or volunteering
at St. John’s, you can usually find Ashley cooking in her kitchen.
Trish Lopez is an experienced educator with a B.S. in leadership and a master’s of public affairs. She owns an educational company that works
with students of all ages and in all subjects. In her work with OTC Educational Services, Ms. Lopez teaches children through hands-on learning
and fun activities.
Morgan Martinez is a Lower School Spanish teacher at St. John’s. She has a B.A. in communication with a minor in Spanish from the
University of North Texas. She recently completed her fifth year of teaching and is looking forward to another fun year at Summer at St. John’s.
Nexplore USA provides educational enrichment programs designed to enrich and empower students through enhancing critical thinking and
problem solving strategies. Children use hands-on learning experience to grow cognitively, socially and emotionally and become prepared to
take on the challenges of 21st century life.
Jayd Newbold has worked at Summer at St. John’s and in the After School Program at St. John’s for the past three years. She has majored in
English and Creative Writing and loves to share her creativity and sense of adventure with the children at St. John’s. She is looking forward to
sharing new camps with the children this summer!
Paul Osborne is the leading designer for the world’s greatest magicians, David Copperfield, Criss Angel, Blackstone, and Siegfried and Roy.
His creations have been seen at rock-and-roll concerts and on T.V., Broadway and Las Vegas stages. He has written seven books on the art of
magic and issued many plans for the do-it-yourself builder of magic.
Jennifer Powers has been the librarian at St. John’s for the past nine years, and was a public librarian and music and movement teacher
before that. She has a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science and has done extensive research on the very best playgrounds and
splash parks in the Dallas Metropolitan area.
Kathryn Potter has taught math at St. John’s for nine years and loves hanging out with Middle School students. She gets her adrenaline fix
from raising a teenage son and is thrilled to have some great adventures this summer!
Katie Specht is a St. John’s alumna and is now a first grade teacher at St. John’s. Katie has worked with Summer at St. John’s for the past
seven years. She has a degree in elementary education and is happy to join the camp staff again this year.
Sportkinetics is a sports and physical education organization providing camps for children from ages 3-13. All Sportkinetics programs are
designed to inspire children to participate in health and fitness-related activities in a non-competitive environment stressing personal best.
Sportkinetics programs meet all guidelines established by the Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) and FitnessGram.
Micah Sudbury has a degree in education and has taught school for seven years. In 2010, he started the education company, Keyboard Kids.
It is his passion to teach and work with young children. Micah and his wife have a four-year-old daughter.
Father John Thorpe is a father, chef, musician and chaplain for the children at St. John’s School and Church. He is excited to share his love of
cooking, playing and sharing music – also his passion for all things Star Wars!
Jacques Vroom is a graduate of Williams College. He has spent more than 45 years as a visual/creative professional, working with The Art
Institute of Chicago, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Neiman Marcus, Horchow, Williams Sonoma and WGBH/Boston. He has been a
substitute teacher at SJES for 10 years.
Charity Wallace has worked in the St. John’s Child Development program and at Summer at St. John’s for the past four years. Charity also
works in the After School Program and is a great friend to the students at St. John’s.
John Walker, who serves as dean of students and athletic director at St. John’s, co-leads several destination camps with Mrs. Isbell and helps
develop children’s athletic and sportsmanship skills with his sports camps. He has been teaching for 24 years and is currently in his 24th year
at St. John’s.
Young Rembrandts teaches basic to advanced drawing skills, art techniques and vocabulary. Experienced art instructors use a step-by-step
method that ensures every student is a creative success.
Jennifer Zarrella recently completed her third year working as a Pre-K teacher, after working for two years as an early childhood aide at
St. John’s. Jennifer is an art history graduate of the University of Texas. You can always find Miss Zarella wearing something pink.
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PRE-K THRU
8 TH GRADE
JunE 6 th thru
july 15 th
Say Hello to Summer at
St. John’s and discover a world
of wonder and fun! Enrollment is
open to all children four years old
by Sept. 1st, 2016 to eighth grade.
ONE-WEEK
DAY CAMPS
MORNINGS: 9 am – 12 Pm
AFTERNOONS: 1 pm – 4 Pm
FULL DAYS: 9 am – 4 Pm
REGISTER ONLINE:
StJohnsSchool.org/Summer

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