Summer Programs Week 2: June 7-11

SECRET AGENTS

Grades JK-K
Amy Kilgore
8:30-11:30 a.m.

Is your child ready to be the next great secret agent?! They will be once they join Agent J. (Aka: Ms. Collyn/Ms. Justus) this summer to start their training! Their mission, if you choose to accept it, includes crafting their own secret agent identity, building ingenious spy gadgets, learning to read top-secret messages, analyzing fingerprints, dodging lasers, finding hidden clues, and more. By the end of the week, campers complete their personal agent dossier and go on a top-secret mission, using all their awesome new secret agent skills, earning their Double-0 status!

 

Gym Time

Grades K-2
John Miller
8:30-11:30 a.m.

Gym Time will explore different indoor activities including striking skills, rolling games, net games, base games, and parachutes. Students will learn the skills and terminology associated with each activity to reinforce familiar skills and introduce new ones. If you like games in Physical Education, you’ll love summer camp in Gym Time!  

 

Yoga, Mindfulness, and Crafts

Grades K-5
Elizabeth Cantrell
8:30-11:30 a.m.

I invite your children to join me as we practice mental and physical activities that can help us help reduce stress, strengthen attention and focus, and better resolve inevitable conflicts as they arise during these unprecedented times. While adhering to social distancing each day, we will share an opening circle activity, learn yoga, make a craft, practice mindful techniques, and connect to the natural world. 

 

Summer Reading Kick-Off

Grades 3-4
Jill Beasley
8:30-11:30 a.m.

Start the summer on the right foot, making sure all of your summer reading is in the bag! Lower School teacher Jill Beasley will help students jump into their summer reading and work on their projects. Mrs. Beasley will ensure that each student achieves maximum comprehension and has a great time doing so! 

 

Sports Stars (INDOORS)

Grades 3-5
Tyler Whitchurch
8:30-11:30 a.m.

Calling all young athletes!  Running, jumping, and throwing are just the beginning of this week at camp.  This exciting camp will get kids moving each day through soccer, basketball, and track and field events.  Sports Stars camp staff will incorporate fun competitions that will challenge tomorrow’s athletes.  Competitors will enjoy spirited team games, medal ceremonies, and fun with friends! Tyler Whitchurch has over 10 years of coaching experience and currently teaches Physical Education in Louisville, Kentucky.

 

Inkscape: The Beginning

Grades 4-6
Rich Mills
8:30-11:30  a.m.

A beginning class in using the open-source Inkscape drawing program. For kids who like to draw but have never used Inkscape. Every day you will create your own original art and send it home electronically. As you create you will continue to learn more of the program’s tools to express your vision. At the end of the week, you will take home a digital portfolio of your art on a flash drive. Inkscape is freely available for macOS, Windows, and Linux operating systems so you can continue your creative adventures.

 

Lego Robotics

Grades 5-8
Jon Coole
8:30-11:30 a.m.

In this advanced camp, students who already have experience with LEGO MINDSTORMS® technology will take their skills and understanding to the next level. We will use the newest generation of Lego® robotics equipment (Spike! Prime) to build on the skills already developed in many introductory courses.  Students will work in pairs to design, build, test, and program robots using math and science concepts. The sky’s the limit as we will be able to dig deeper than they have in the past. Through this experience, they will learn critical thinking and team-building skills. It’s fun, it’s exciting, and the skills they learn will last a lifetime.

 

Space Explorers

Grades K-2
Betsy Stern
12:30-3:30 p.m.

Get ready to blast off! After learning about what propels rockets into space, students make and launch many types of rockets including air, straw, and chemical. Like a real astronaut, we will plan a mission to Mars by deciding what to take and finding a way to power the station. As we check in on the Mars rover Curiosity and spacecraft Juno, Cassini, and New Horizons, we’ll find out about the newest discoveries in space. If you are ready to travel the solar system and beyond, come join Collegiate science teacher Betsy Stern for a week of imagination, discovery, and fun.

Beginning Drawing

Grades 3-5
Christina Clifford
12:30-3:30 p.m.

Learn basic drawing techniques, including how to draw objects, the face, animals, and use perspective. Build-up a toolbox of skills to enhance your own self-expression!

 

Tabletop Roleplaying

Grades 6-8
Darien Franco
12:30-3:30 p.m.

Want to slay dragons, rule kingdoms, solve mysteries, or explore fantastical worlds? You’ll learn to create characters you can only imagine, then roll the dice to put them in wild and ongoing stories. Knowledge of roleplaying games like Dungeons & Dragons is not required, as you’ll learn everything you need to play. All that you need is a great imagination and the ability to play well with others! 

 

Inkscape: The Beginning

Grades 7 and up
Rich Mills
12:30-3:30 p.m.

An introduction to the free Inkscape graphics software for anyone wanting to do some digital art. Each day we will learn new techniques for creating artworks. There will be plenty of time for practice and exploring.

 

Cooking Class (VIRTUAL)

Grades K-5
Rachael Reigelman
12:00-1:00 p.m.

Join Collegiate’s Executive Chef in the virtual kitchen as she teaches you how to prepare a number of tasty dishes over Zoom! All ingredients will be provided to you via curbside pick-up at Collegiate. Must register by the end of the day on Sunday, May 30 to be eligible for the curbside pickup of ingredients.