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Summer Camps

Summer Camps info is here!  Cost will be $150 per session. Payment is due by June 1st. 
You may sign up for as many sessions as are open and available. If you sign up for both morning and afternoon sessions - please send your student with a lunch. They will have a chance to eat and have recess between 11:30 and 12:30. Please note that the grades are what your students will be this Fall. Need financial assistance? Please email Mrs. Tran.  
 Please sign up on Sign-Up Genius with this link: CAMP
(Scroll to the bottom for information about Summer Math.)
Dates Theme Details Grades Teacher
July 8-12 Sports Camp kickball, soccer, whiffle ball, dodgeball, and flag football 2-6 Pearl and Gosteli
July 8-12 Strategy Games Meet Writing D&D with creative storytelling 5-8 Houck
July 8-12 Reading and Writing Through Art Practice and Enjoy Reading and Writing with Imagination and Art. We will combine these three contents to tap into a love for creative books, writing, forming educated opinions, and artistic expression. I will cater and group to accommodate all levels. 3-8 Connor
July 8-12 Papermaking and poetry   2-8 Smith
July 8-12 STEAM Camp S.T.E.A.M Camp—If you are a 1-4 student and are interested in spending a week with Miss Him participating in excellent S.T.E.A.M (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) activities, sign up for S.T.E.A.M camp. Each day will be "themed": science, technology, engineering, arts, and math, but there will be crossover every day. 1-4 Miss Him
July 8-12 Art Studio with Ms. Le Grand 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 20 students, reserve your spot today! 1-4 Ms.Le Grand
July 15-19 Pokemon Come and enjoy Pokemon through games and character development. 1-8 Mr. Gosteli and Mz.Connor
July 15-19 Arts and Crafts Make your own stuffed animal, jewelry making, fairy house building, painting canvas K-2 Pearl
July 15-19 Arts and Crafts tye-dye, fairy house building, jewelry making, cut and sew, cross stitch, paper mache 3-6 Pearl
July 15-19 Strategy Games Meet Writing D&D with creative storytelling 5-8 Houck
July 15-19 Basketball Skills Work on skills to elevate your game! Drills in dribbling, shooting, defense, and teamwork. We will end the day with scrimmages. 5-8 Mrs. and Mr. Tran
July 15-19 Middle School 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 from 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 20 students, reserve your spot today! 5-8 Ms Le Grand
July 22-26 Strategy Games Meet Writing D&D with creative storytelling 5-8 Houck
July 22-26 Macbeth Each student will be assigned a part (or parts) in June, and we will spend a week doing theatre games and rehearsing. We will perform the Scottish Play July 26th at 5pm 4-9 O'Malley
July 22-26 Music Songs and Games with barred instruments 3-5 Pridey
July 22-26 Fun with phonics Extra support for beginning readers through fun games and art. 1-3 Smith
July 22-26 Olympics Camp Research athletes, join a team, make flags, and compete in events such as track and field, jump rope, capture the flag, and more 1-9 O'Malley
July 22-26 Guitar Camp Wanna learn to shred like T Swift. From beginning to expert, come learn guitar for the first time or polish your skills! Please bring your own guitar if you are able. There will only be a few available to loan. Bass and ukuleles are also welcome! 1-9 Gosteli
Summer Math Program
Cascade Heights’s Summer Math Program is designed to allow motivated students to repeat or move up a level in math, or to improve math skills for students in 4-8th grade. This year it will be offered in a camp format taught by Mr. Ransom from 8:00-11:30am on Wednesdays. Students may also sign up for individual sessions as enrichment if they are not planning on repeating or moving up a level. The cost is $50 per session or $250 for the summer. 
July 17th: Multiplication and Division
July 24th: Decimals 
July 31st: Fractions
August 7th: Geometry
August 14th: Algebra and Algebraic Expressions 
August 21st: Review and Final 
In order to repeat or move up a level, students will need to attend all five sessions and complete 10 lessons (odds, so 15 problems each) and an investigation every week as homework. Please be sure that your family can commit to this before signing up.
Students will take the final on August 21st. Scoring 80% or higher on the final is required for students to move on to the next level.
To participate, please return the attached form before the Last day of school June 4th. Electronic Versions are fine! 
If you plan to participate, inform your student's current teacher that they need the textbook over the summer so they can do their homework please!
-Mr. Ransom