Summer Programs: Week 3

Summer Programs Week 3: June 14-18



Phonics Fun
Grades JK-K
Lori Hendrix
8:30-11:30 a.m.


This camp will give children the opportunity to review letters and sounds. We will be doing both phonics (work with letters and sounds) and phonemic awareness (manipulating sounds, rhyming, blending, etc.) There will be read alouds, interactive writing practice, shared videos, dancing, and songs.



Grades K-4
Erika Ritchey
8:30-11:30 a.m.


Collegiate’s Amazon field hockey camp is designed for all levels and focuses on skill development and player endurance. After warm-ups, we will play team-building games and then focus on building field hockey skills. Coach Ritchey inspires all athletes in a creative way for every player to enjoy the game! Please bring your own shin guards and a mouthguard. The school can provide a mask and a stick or you may bring your own. Due to field maintenance, this camp will be held indoors this year.



John Beasley
Grades 6-8
8:30-11:30 a.m.


Archery is a sport that is growing in popularity across the country. Because of the strict shooting procedures, archery is one of the safest sports.  It is great for children because they learn concentration and reflection.  A certified NASP Instructor will lead students through basic archery techniques and safety rules. In addition to playing numerous archery games, archers will participate in several archery art projects such as building their own PVC bows and arrows.



Grades 5-8
Christina Clifford
8:30-11:30 a.m.


Explore relief printmaking techniques that use a raised surface to make a printed impression. This hands-on workshop will include: collograph (print made from a collage), linocut (print made from a carved image on a Soft-Kut block), and stamps (prints made from found objects and your own fun foam designs).



Grades 7 and up
Rich Mills
8:30-11:30 a.m.


For those who have some previous background in Inkscape or a similar art program. We will discover techniques for creating shadows and indicating light on things we draw. There will be plenty of time for practice and exploring.



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


Would you like to learn how to make a bubble bigger than your head or see a balloon expand when a solid and a liquid combine? There will be something for everyone in this celebration of hands-on science led by Collegiate science teacher Betsy Stern. Race a soap powered mini-boat, hunt for fossils, and enjoy many other activities from the fun side of science. 



Grades 1-4
Martin Newberry
12:30-3:30 p.m.


Come work on your basketball fundamentals this summer with Coach Newberry! Whether your child is looking to refine existing skills, pick up new tips, or just have fun playing basketball, this camp is sure to be a hit.



Grades 5-8
John Beasley
12:30-3:30 p.m.


The Airplane Factory is a simulation.  Students are placed into groups to form a company that will compete to design paper airplanes.  These creations are entered into a competition where the planes are judged based on specific criteria in various categories.  Students also create a marketing campaign that culminates in a commercial for the paper-airplane prototypes.   This activity requires students to compete for resources, negotiate for supplies, utilize the skills and personalities of group members, create innovative designs, manage capital and resources, and understand the basics of aerodynamics flight.  Judges will vote on the most innovative/well-designed and well-executed marketing campaign.  Success in a category, amassing the most capital, and executing the most effective marketing campaign are the yardsticks by which the companies will be measured to determine the most successful company or companies.  



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, June 6 to be eligible for the curbside pickup of ingredients.