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Summer Camps

Dear Falcon Families, 

We are pleased to announce our summer enrichment programs for enrolled CHPCS students. After a full year of being on campus full time, we are returning to our usual teacher led and teacher created summer programs. Teachers have planned half day or full day experiences designed to reinforce skills through thematic fun and games. We encourage our current families to take a look at the offerings and see if there is something that fits both your calendar and your student’s individual needs. If you are unsure of what camps would most benefit your student, teachers are happy to make recommendations. 

Due to the small cohorts, both for the sake of safety and to personalize instruction, classes will be first come first served. In order to secure your spot, you will need to return the registration form AND payment to the school office. 

Quick Facts:
  • Your student must be enrolled at CHPCS in order to participate.
  • Each course will last one week.
  • Morning sessions will be 8 - 11:30 AM.
  • Afternoon sessions will be 12:00 - 3:30PM. 
  • Each week of summer classes will cost $125 per child per camp. 
  • Groups will be limited to no more than 12 students per class.
  • Students may be signed up for as many weeks as you desire.
  • Classes will be taught by CHPCS teachers.
  • Pre-registration is required. You may register by completing the form below and returning it to the school office via your child, or email Mrs. Tran at [email protected]. You can pay with a check made out to CHPCS. You may also pay online via PayPal or a credit/debit card HERE
 
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out directly to the teacher of the camp, or myself. We look forward to working with you this summer. 
Ms.  Adams

K-4th Grade Courses
 
6/13-6/17 AM
STEAM Camp - If you are a K-2 student and are interested in spending a week with Miss Him and participating in awesome STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) activities, sign up for STEAM camp. Each day will be "themed"; science, technology, engineering, arts, and math but there will be crossover every day.
 
6/13-6/17 PM
Fantasy Camp - If you are a K-2 student and are interested in magical stories that take place in far-off lands involving knights, dragons, outer space, or outer space dragons join Miss Him in Fantasy Camp. We will be working on creating stories through play and art, as well as working on writing, math, and daily themed read-aloud. 
 
6/20 - 6/24 AM
Frog and Toad Camp - See flier below
*Off campus location* 
 
6/27 - 7/1 AM
Join artist and teacher Jessie Le Grand for a week full of art making! We will explore 2-D and 3-D materials with new projects daily! Sculpt, draw, paint, collage! If you love to make art this is the camp for you. Materials included. Maximum of 15 students, reserve your spot today!
 
7/11 - 7/15 AM
Primary Math Mania
Over the week we will dive into a slew of hands-on math activities. Super fun games and projects involving money, telling time, dice, and more. We will explore creative ways to practice our math facts and keep our basic math skills sharp over the summer! Maybe we will even get
our hands busy baking!
 
8/1 - 8/5 AM
Handbuilding and beginner wheel pottery course 
Students will enjoy this hands-on learning experience. We will use ancient techniques to create beautiful, useful works of art. Students will have the opportunity to test their skills on the potters' wheel if they are interested. The history of pottery will also be explored. 
 
8/8 - 8/12 AM
Riggs Camp Week 1 - Join Mrs. Adams for an intense week of spelling and writing. Campers will meet Monday through Friday from 8 – 12 for a period of two weeks. During this time campers will participate in brain based learning activities in a fun atmosphere. If you know someone that needs to brush up on their spelling skills, this is the way to do it! 
 
8/22-8/26 AM
Riggs Camp Week 2 

4th-8th Grade Courses
 
6/13 - 8/17 PM
*Online*
Summer math program - CHPCS Summer Math Program is designed to allow motivated students to move up a course, either to challenge themselves or to catch up to their grade level peers. All meetings will be held on Google Meets. Teacher approval is required for students to take this class. See flier below for more information. 
 
6/20 - 6/24 AM
Stringed Instruments, Songwriting and Music History Course with Mr. Gostelli
Students will have the opportunity to play stringed instruments, learn about songwriting and develop an appreciation for the history of music and songwriting as an artform. 
 
6/27 - 7/1 AM
Linoleum Printmaking with Mr. Gostelli
Students will develop drawing and carving techniques while learning the history of printmaking. 

7/5 - 7/8 AM 
Drawing, Painting, Poetry, and Song Lyrics!
Let creativity and imagination be the guide. Join Ms. Connors for some of her favorite things, music, art, and song lyrics.  Let’s spend the week developing drawing, painting, and creative writing skills while enjoying the days of summer. We’ll throw a little paint, listen to the music, and write words that mean something and matter.

7/11 - 7/15 AM
Open Studio - Join artist and teacher Jessie Le Grand for this open studio format art week. Middle schoolers will be invited to design and create a work of art or series start to finish. Mrs. Le Grand will be there to help all along the way! Come to camp ready to make a painting, sculpture or drawing of your choice! Or all three! Materials included. Maximum of 15 students, reserve your spot today!
 
8/8 - 8/12 AM
Handbuilding and beginner wheel pottery course with Mr. Gosteli
Students will enjoy this hands-on learning experience. We will use ancient techniques to create beautiful, useful works of art. Students will have the opportunity to test their skills on the potters' wheel if they are interested. The history of pottery will also be explored.