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June 19 to July 28

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Session One: Monday, June 19 - Friday, June 30 Session Two: Thursday, July 6 - Friday, July 14*

*Breck Summer Programs is not in session on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, July 3-5

Session Three: Monday, July 17 - Friday, July 28

Camp Breck—for students entering preschool to entering 2nd grade Monday-Friday 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-Noon Noon-3:30 pm

Camp à la Carte—for students entering 1st grade to entering 6th grade Monday-Friday 8:30 am-Noon Noon-3:30 pm

Jr. Adventure Camp—for students entering 3rd grade to entering 4th grade Monday-Friday 8:30 am-3:30 pm 8:30 am-Noon Noon-3:30 pm

Sports Camp—for students entering 1st grade to entering 6th grade Monday-Friday 8:30 am-10:15 am 10:15 am-Noon

Adventure Camp—for students entering 5th grade to entering 8th grade Monday-Friday 8:30 am-3:30 pm (Overnight offered during Session One)

Look for our camper age guide throughout this brochure: P = Preschool; K = Kindergarten; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 = specified grade(s)

Camp Breck • For campers entering preschool through 2nd grade • Campers are placed in co-ed groups of 10 to 16 • Led by experienced counselors and teachers • Half-day options available

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Camp Breck provides an active and educational summer adventure for campers entering preschool through 2nd grade. In Camp Breck you develop personal responsibility, community skills and friendships through fun learning activities. Friendly, experienced camp counselors lead activities full of hands-on projects including music, art, technology, sports, science and nature, crafts, Red Cross swimming lessons and more! You’ll spend the day in same age co-ed groups of 10 to 16 campers guided by two camp counselors. There is time to relax and develop valuable relationships with the camp staff and each other.

Camp Breck is offered each session and runs from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Half-day options are available from Noon to 3:30 pm if you are enrolled in Sports Camp or Camp à la Carte programs. Half-day Camp Breck is also available from 8:30 am-Noon for preschool- and kindergarten-aged campers. Sessions 1, 2 and 3. * 3

Jr. Adventure Camp • For campers entering 3rd and 4th grades • Campers are placed in co-ed groups of 16 • Two field trips each session • Led by experienced teachers

3 Jr. Adventure Camp is offered for campers entering 3rd 4 and 4th grades. You’ll experience all the great teacher-led activities of Camp Breck—with the added fun of afternoon field trips each week.

You will spend the day in co-ed groups of 16 campers guided by two camp counselors. There is time to relax and develop valuable relationships with the camp staff and each other.

Jr. Adventure Camp is offered each session and runs from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Half-day Jr. Adventure Camp options are available from 8:30 am to Noon and Noon to 3:30 pm if you are enrolled in Sports Camp or Camp à la Carte. Sessions 1, 2 and 3.

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Adventure Camp journey away from the Wolf Ridge Campus for a day-trip to Ely, Minn. Thursday, campers will visit Minnesota’s first iron ore mine—the Soudan Mine, which opened in 1882. Campers will explore the underground mines on a guided tour. But that’s not all! On our way back to Wolf Ridge, we will make a “pit stop” at the International Wolf Center where campers will explore wolves in their habitat and learn from many wolf experts. Of course no ‘off-campus journey’ would be complete without dinner out on the town. We will end our adventure-filled day at Sir G’s Pizza before returning to Wolf Ridge for the night. Your fearless leaders are Breck teachers Amy Iverson and Matthew Mendes. Please note the dates of this trip are June 19-23.

• For campers entering 5th through 8th grades • Multiple field trips each session • One- and two-week sessions • Overnight Adventures in Session One

In Adventure Camp, 5th to 8th graders learn more about themselves through authentic hands-on experiences in our community. In these courses you will explore personal values, develop an awareness of others and enhance team-building skills. Whether navigating the water or a trail, visiting Minnesota landmarks, going out into the community or experiencing a week at Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center, you’ll challenge yourself daily while learning new skills. Specific course dates and times are listed on the BSP registration website.

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Environmental Explorations: Soudan & Wolf Center Excursion Adventure, awareness and respect are what you will experience in this active and experiential overnight environmental course. You will have the extraordinary opportunity to explore the great outdoors while staying, Monday-Friday, at Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center, located in Finland, Minn. ( Soar to new heights while learning to rock climb and tackling the high-element ropes course. You will also study nature firsthand as you participate in classes such as animal signs, stream study, wetland ecology, living lightly, canoeing and Voyageur life. These classes rotate each year to spark the interest of both returning and new campers. NEW to the trip this year; campers will

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Environmental Explorations: Overnight and Across the Border Environmental Explorations just got more exciting! This week, we will enjoy all the great adventures at Wolf Ridge (see write-up for week one) plus we’ve added an exciting mid-week adventure to Canada. We will leave Wolf Ridge bright and early Wednesday morning to embark on a voyage to Old Fort Williams in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Once there, we will be surrounded by the rich history of the North West Company and discover what it was like to live in the days of the fur trade ( After we leave Old Fort Williams, we will return to the North Shore and visit the magnificent waterfalls at Grand Portage State Park. What better way to end a day than to stop by Grand Marais and enjoy delicious pizza from Sven and Ole’s? This trip is sure to be popular so we will be giving preference to students who have had the BSP Wolf Ridge Experience previously. The remaining spots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note the dates of this trip are June 26-June 30. Students will need to bring a passport for our day trip to Old Fort Williams, which is in Canada. * 5

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Girl Power Ladies, we want you to spend part of your summer with us! During this two-week course we’ll focus on building self-esteem for girls. This class hopes to answer questions about body image, boys and anything challenging girls at this age. While you get in touch with your growing minds, you will also challenge your body as you explore parks, have dance parties and do yoga. Breck faculty, Tara Feeney, will be your fearless leader. Session 2 | am Only Boys of Summer It’s back, gentlemen, and it’s better than ever! Yes, you will still participate in a spitting distance competition. Yes, this experience is still tailor-made for lovers of baseball, football, soccer, high-dives, mud, loud music, action movies, fort-building, mosquito bites, capture-the-flag, Risk, water-balloon fights, any game that resembles dodge ball, basketball, camping, boot hockey, tug-of-war, go-carts, 500, real-life Survivor and any activity better suited for a padded room or a dirt field. However, unlike last year where we only had the opportunity to mix it up in the afternoon, you will now have the chance to do all things boys, all day long. If any of the activities listed above sound exciting, this is the adventure for you. Led by Matthew Mendes, Breck faculty. Session 2 | Full Day

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NEW! Discover Documentaries This course is designed for 6-8th graders with interest in social, cultural and environmental topics in the wider world. The first week we will watch and discuss relevant documentaries. The second week students will be put to the task of creating their own short length feature about something important to them in their lives. Join Breck faculty member, JJ Oesterle, for this two-week course. We will conclude our session by sharing our documentaries at the BSP Family Celebration. Session 3 | Full Day Bass Fishing Basics: Fishing Camp Minnesota is the land of 10,000 lakes and what better way to embrace your home state than to spend it on the water? Join Breck bus driver and Bass Tournament pro, Paul Kielb, for this week-long bass fishing adventure. You will spend your week learning how to bait a hook, balancing rods and reels and discovering the main differences between rods and reels. You will even learn what combination of rods and reels are optimal for the species of fish you hope to catch. You will have plenty of time to practice and perfect your casting, baiting and releasing a fish. On Thursday, July 27, you will spend the day on Lake Minnetonka putting all of your skills to the test, spending the afternoon on Mr. Kielb’s boat, which he uses in real tournaments. But wait, there’s a “catch!” All you need is a great attitude, a little patience and we’ll provide the rest. Campers are encouraged to bring their own fishing rods to master the skill of casting with a rod you will use in the great outdoors. Please note this is a one-week camp, July 24-July 28. Session 3 | am Only with the exception of July 27th.

Look for our camper age guide throughout this brochure: P = Preschool; K = Kindergarten; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 = specified grade(s)

Camp à la Carte • For campers entering 1st through 6th grades • Campers are placed in co-ed groups of 10 to 16 • Mix and match classes to create a unique camp experience • Check out the new offerings, too! Select from our fabulous menu and design your own camp experience in Camp à la Carte. During these two-week courses you have the opportunity to explore your specific interests. Classes are intended to be mixed and matched with other offerings at Breck Summer Programs to create the ideal camp experience tailored to each individual child.

Grades 1-3 (8:30-12:00) Shark Week

1 It’s Shark Week at Breck Summer Programs. Join Breck 2 faculty Julia Kugland for an adventure-filled two weeks. 3 We will learn about all sharks—how they hunt, what they

eat and where they live. Campers will take a field trip to SeaLife Aquarium to learn from shark experts and see live sharks up close and personal. We will dispel shark myths and take a peek at other creatures that live in the ocean. We will play shark games, create shark art and learn shark facts ... so don’t miss out on all things shark! Session 1 Let’s Scrap

1 If you enjoy looking at photos or taking them, come join 2 “Let’s Scrap.” We will learn to preserve and display photos 3 in a fun, creative way. Join Breck teacher Marie Murphy

and get the basics of scrapbooking. We will create an album, practice taking photos and experiment with different scrapbooking tools. Plan to bring 30-40 photos to start your album. Photo albums will be provided. Session 1

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NEW! Blowing off a little STEAM There is no limit to the distance you can travel, how much you can learn and the fun you can have all without ever leaving the classroom. Come and explore the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) world using iPads, computers, hands-on experiments and your very own curiosity and imagination. Exciting and powerful apps will allow you to search outer space, explore light, colors and patterns, build machines and create your own virtual inventions, erect bridges and then test them to see what they can withstand. We will also take a peek into the world of coding. Campers will practice writing code and problem solving through various coding apps. Breck third-grade teacher, Barbara Jacobs-Smith, invites you to explore STEAM with her. It may look like we’re playing games, but shhh! Don’t tell anyone that what you’re really doing is learning, too! Session 1 * 7

Camp à la Carte (continued) Boy’s Business

1 What gets your motor running? Can you survive a 2 massive game of dodgeball? Want to learn to sword 3 fight? Have you ever constructed a marshmallow

catapult? How high can you jump at Sky Zone? Want to simply tromp around in the woods and get dusty? Do your parents want to get you out of the house this summer to burn off some energy? Come join BSP’s own Mr. Dan and partake in all these boy-centered summer activities and more. Session 2

NEW! Mission Mindcraft

1 Join Breck third-grade teacher, Barbara Jacobs-Smith, for 2 a coding adventure. Campers will use iPads to take on 3 the persona of Steve or Alex this session as they discover

the amazing world of Mindcraft. Together, we will explore randomly generated worlds and build amazing things from the simplest of homes to the grandest of castles. We will tame horses, wolves and ocelots. We will play in creative mode with unlimited resources or mine deep into the world in survival mode, crafting weapons and armor to fend off the dangerous mobs! Campers will experience cooperative game play on iPads while visiting each other’s worlds. We will also bring our virtual world to life by using Mindcraft Legos to transform our creations from 2D to 3D. Campers will even be taught the coding skills they need to bring a frozen Mindcraft world to life. Once they code their own Mindcraft game, they can then share it and invite their friends to play. So, put on your armor and grab your tools, and let’s get Mindcrafting. Session 2 NEW! Go, Girls, Go!

1 Are you a girl who enjoys being active? Do you like to 2 dance, flip, jump or hula? Campers will be exposed to 3 yoga, aerobic dance, gymnastics, jump rope, hula hoop

and more … and it’s just for girls! Join us as we lead you through activities that will keep your body strong and limber. Come join the fun! Session 2

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Wonderful World of Wizardry Calling all Harry Potter enthusiasts: Join us for this two-week course as we practice mixing potions, making wands and baking Harry Potter-inspired snacks. We will also send each other letters using our very own Messenger Owls and even play a few rounds of Quidditch. On the first day, campers will get a turn to sit under the BSP “Sorting Hat” and be placed in our very own “BSP Houses.” Session 3 NEW! Artsy Animals If you love animals and you love art, please join us in Artsy Animals. Lower School art teacher, Kat Corrigan, will guide you as you explore the worlds of art and animals to create art projects all about animals. In this two-week course you will paint, paper mache, draw, sketch, name it...we will try it! At the end of camp we will proudly display our animal creations at the end-of-camp celebration in our very own “BSP Zoo” before they come home to live with you. Session 3

NEW! Lego Robotics

4 Be introduced to the exciting and emerging field of 5 robotics. In this hands-on course you will learn to design, 6 build and program robots using the LEGO Mindstorms System®. With gears, pulleys, beams, axles and many more building elements, learn to create mechanical masterpieces. Join Breck faculty member, Kris Simonson, and learn to design robots that you program to compete in fun challenges. Session 1 NEW! Just B Solar Camp

Acting Out

1 The Children’s Theatre Company and Breck Summer 2 Programs are teaming up again for a session filled with 3 imagination, creativity and fun. Through a combination

of storytelling, creative writing and theater arts exercises, campers will explore the art of story. Focusing on the genres of fables and animal tales, campers will learn lines, create props and costumes, and ultimately transform the tales to be shared anew with families on the final day of the session for a performance in Breck’s Cargill Theater. Session 3

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Sew Fun Calling all fashionistas! Join educator Dori Berg as she teaches you basic sewing concepts. Throughout this two-week course, you will have the opportunity to use a sewing machine to create your very own projects. We will learn basic sewing techniques to create beautiful and useful works of art and take trips to a fabric store where you can pick out your own fabric and make something FABULOUS. Session 1 or Session 3

4 Breck Summer Programs is teaming up with Minnea5 polis Interfaith Power & Light and Just B Solar to offer 6 a camp experience that will take students to the heart

of the solar revolution. Just B Solar founder, Keith Dent, is a Northside solar installer and will share his wealth of knowledge about real projects with the students. Campers will cook with a solar oven, create their own solar boats and as a team will build a solar village. They’ll have the opportunity to meet with local leaders in the solar industry, electricians, solar installers and others as they navigate all the steps of developing sustainable energy projects. This group will learn hard science while at the same time dreaming about the future of renewable energy. Session 1

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Camp à la Carte (continued) NEW! Piñata Blast

4 Did you know that piñatas came from China? In this 5 session you will learn the process of making your very 6 own piñata with a balloon, cardboard and paper mache.

Join Middle School Spanish instructor Óscar Díaz to learn the skill of piñata making. We will make a colorful star using camper’s creativity and artistic talent…no experience is necessary. At the end of this session we will honor our hard work by blasting open our piñata to celebrate our summer “fiesta!” Session 2

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NEW! DIY Explorations Do it yourself and be creative! This course offers activities from crafting, building, cooking and more. Join Middle School teacher JJ Oesterle to create things you can use in your everyday life from materials that you already have. Build gadgets that can be used inside and outside. We will even learn the art of preservation: pickles, jams and sauces. Session 2 NEW! Unified Juniors Breck Summer Programs and Special Olympics MN are teaming up for two fun-filled weeks of Unified Juniors, a program for kids with and without intellectual disabilities, to learn and practice sports-specific skills together in a fun and welcoming environment. Led by Breck’s Community Engagement Coordinator and Special Olympics Coach Frederique Schmidt, the group will explore an array of competitive sports, including basketball, flag football, floor hockey, soccer, tennis and volleyball. Campers will not only gain athletic knowledge, they’ll also learn about the “Play Unified” movement. This movement promotes social inclusion by embodying a simple principle: practicing and playing sports together is a quick path to friendship and understanding. Having sports in common is one more way that preconceptions and false ideas are swept away! Session 3

Grades 1-3 (12:00-3:30) Kids Cook

1 Are you always asking to help in the kitchen? Do you 2 enjoy cooking healthy, yummy breakfasts, snacks and 3 lunches? Join Mrs. Schafer for a fun introductory cook-

ing class. In Kids Cook, campers will learn the basics of cooking as well as discover how food can be delicious and healthy. By the end of this two-week course, you will have your own cookbook filled with kid-friendly recipes. So, get ready to cook up some delicious dishes ... and eat them, too! Session 1

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Cardio Kickboxing Cardio Kickboxing is a high-energy, total body workout using basic kicks, punches and combinations of both. Cardio Kickboxing class is a great way to get fit, stay healthy, flexible and strong, burn a lot of calories and develop endurance and stamina while kicking and punching. Other benefits include development of your awareness of others, balance and coordination. No experience is necessary. Simply bring an energetic and great attitude and Mr. KC Giwa will help you do the rest! Session 1

NEW! Lego Mania

Chess Camp

1 Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced 2 chess player, Chess Camp promises to provide you with 3 hours of fun as we explore strategy and tactics, chess

history, rules of the game and much more. Led by professional chess instructor Igor Rybakov, Chess Camp will offer students the opportunity to learn and compete, develop friendships and master a game that will provide hours of enjoyment—and intellectual stimulation—throughout your lifetime. Session 2

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Baking Bonanza What do you get when you mix together a dash of eager campers, a sprinkling of new skills, a heaping portion of smiles and frosting? You guessed it ... a Baking Bonanza. Join Breck faculty Tara Feeney this summer for baking and candy making. During this two-week course, campers will try new recipes, practice baking and creatively decorating cupcakes, cakes, cake pops and cookies. Campers will even take home their own special cookbook at the end of the session. All you “knead” is a great attitude, and Ms. Feeney will show you the rest. Session 2 Martial Arts for Kids You don’t have to be an athlete to love the discipline that martial arts can teach you. Join martial arts instructor Mr. KC Giwa as he shows you how martial arts can sharpen you to a razor’s edge. See how it allows you to mentally and spiritually cut through any obstacle in life. This course will increase your ability to recognize potential dangers and employ safety strategies to prevent, avoid and deescalate confrontations. Other cool benefits include the enhancement of balance, flexibility and general fitness. The study of martial arts promotes respect for others, courage, integrity, self-control and an indomitable spirit. Session 2

1 Have you ever wondered how and when Legos were 2 invented? Do you know how Legos have evolved over the 3 years? Or are you simply someone who can get lost for

hours as you create a castle, dream mansion or an entire city out of Legos? Join Mr. Dan for Lego Mania and spend this session building with friends and fellow Lego enthusiasts! Session 3 NEW! Amazing World of Amphibians

1 Imagine being able to breathe underwater and grow 2 legs after you are born. What if your super power was to 3 show others the health of the world around them? Hop

into fun by exploring the world of amphibians. Join Breck faculty, Judy Moran, as we dive into the world of frogs, toads and salamanders through nature walks, observations, photographs, games, books and field trips. Session 3 Yoga for Kids

1 Yoga practice develops inner strength, flexibility and 2 muscular strength, and connects breathing with 3 postures. The practice of Yoga promotes self-confidence,

respect for others, self-control, good eating habits and rejuvenates mind, body and spirit. In class, kids can expect to learn how to stretch and warm up effectively, breathing and relaxation and Sun Salutation A and B from Ashtanga Yoga. It’s a great way to introduce students to the practice of Yoga. Taught by instructor Mr. KC Giwa. Session 3

Camp à la Carte (continued) Grades 4-6 (12:00-3:30)

NEW! Makey Makey: Exploration & Inventions

4 Do you like discovering new things? Do you like working 5 on the computer and creating things? How about making 6 a piano out of a banana? Makey Makey is an invention kit technology that will transform everyday objects into touchpads. Join Breck teacher Marie Murphy and experiment with different coding programs, including Makey Makey. We will use technology and the handy dandy invention kits to do art, engineering and everything in between. Let’s make everyday objects do amazing things! What will you makey makey? Session 1

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NEW! Vertical Farming Build your own Aquaponic/Hydroponic systems from low cost materials you would find around your house, backyard or local hardware store. In this course we will explore the biology, chemistry and physics behind these alternative growing systems, as well as, be hand-on fun growing your own vegetables year round. Each student will design their own personal system. This course is taught by Breck faculty member JJ Oesterle. Session 2

4 Whether you are a beginner or experienced knitter, we 5 hope you will join us for two weeks of fun. You will learn 6 basic knitting techniques and create your very own proj-

NEW! Advanced Sewing Join educator Dori Berg as she takes you deeper into the world of sewing. This course will build on skills learned in SEW FUN and will even teach you the beginnings and basics of quilting. We will stay busy throughout this two-week course by learning to make button holes, apply buttons to garments, a pillow with hand applique/embroidery and a new shirt made just for you. With the basics under your belt, there is no telling what skills you will take with you and the projects you will continue to create using this lifelong skill! **Please note campers must have previously taken SEW FUN or have sewing experience to take this course.** Session 3

NEW! BSP Ninja Warrior Put your mental and physical strength to the test! BSP Ninja Warrior is inspired from the obstacle course craze. This class is designed to improve strength and agility while building confidence and discipline. Practice and conquer obstacles while getting a great workout and building teamwork skills in a fun and safe environment. Amy Iverson and Michelle Shelp are your fearless leaders for this exhilarating class. Session 2

NEW! Theater Production Workshop The Children’s Theatre Company and Breck Summer Programs are teaming up to put on quite the production! Through a combination of storytelling, creative writing and theater arts exercises, campers will explore the art of story and set design. Campers will work together to create a script and design a set to put on their very own show. Campers will learn lines, create props and costumes, and bring their production to life to be shared anew with families on the final day of the session for a performance in Breck’s Cargill Theater. Session 3

NEW! Knitting

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ects. Come learn to knit in a fun and friendly environment and make useful projects, too. Campers will take a field trip to pick out their own yarn for a scarf or other special project. No need to bring your own knitting needles—BSP will provide them. All you need is a great attitude and we will take care of the rest. Session 1

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Sports Camp • For students entering 1st through 6th grades • Acquire and fine-tune fundamental skills • Practice and play every day • From novice to experienced

Summer is the time to acquire and fine-tune fundamental sport skills, and Sports Camp is the place to do it! You’ll spend time each morning from 8:30 am to 10:15 am and 10:15 am to Noon dedicated to practice and play. Sports Camp is extended this year and is now offered to campers entering 1st through 6th grades. Sports Camp emphasizes sportsmanship, teamwork, fitness and individual development. Drills and scrimmages help you improve skills as you explore the sport and develop a love for the game. Experienced leaders design Sports Camp sessions to meet the needs of different ages and skill levels for maximum participation. Our expanded program offers tennis, dance, yoga, lacrosse, golf, flag football, basketball, soccer and floor hockey. Coaches experienced in the sport teach all programs.

• Archery campers will have target practice on Breck’s outdoor fields. • Tennis players take advantage of both our indoor and outdoor tennis courts. • Flag football, lacrosse and soccer players play on our professional turf fields. • Basketball and Floor Hockey players will get to experience our amazing gyms and fieldhouse. • Golfers practice their swings on campus and off at a nearby par-three course. Bring your own clubs or use Breck’s clubs to perfect your game. (Golf is an all-morning activity, running from 8:30 am to Noon to ensure there is time to fit in a round.) Afternoon options of Camp Breck, Jr. Adventure Camp, and Camp à la Carte are available for Sports Camp campers. * 13

Sports Camp (continued) Session One:

Grades 1-3 8:30-10:15 am — Tennis or Soccer 10:15 am - Noon — Tennis or Basketball Grades 4-6 8:30-10:15 am — Tennis or Golf 10:15 am - Noon — Tennis or Golf

Session Two:

Grades 1-3 8:30-10:15 am — Tennis or Flag Football 10:15 am - Noon — Tennis or Soccer Grades 4-6 8:30-10:15 am — Tennis or Archery 10:15 am - Noon — Tennis or Archery

Session Three:

Grades 1-3 8:30-10:15 am — Tennis or Basketball 10:15 am - Noon — Tennis or Soccer Grades 4-6 8:30-10:15 am — Tennis or Soccer 10:15 am - Noon — Tennis or Flag Football

Camp Club: Extended Care • For students entering preschool through 8th grades • Extra care before and after regular camp hours Morning Hours: 7:30-8:30 am Afternoon Hours: 3:30-5:30 pm Breck Summer Programs offers care before and after camp. Like all camp courses, campers must enroll in the full session to participate in Camp Club. Sessions 1, 2, 3

Policies and Regulations A completed application for each camper with full deposit is necessary to process a camper’s registration. Registrations are accepted starting January 17, 2017. Register for Breck Summer Programs at before Friday, June 2, 2017.

No refunds will be given due to student absences. No refunds will be given for lost days due to unforeseen acts of nature or environment. In the event that Breck School is unable to operate (e.g., loss of electricity, fire or other disaster), Breck Summer Program participants will be notified via email.

Courses and programs are filled on a first-come, firstserved basis, so early registration is encouraged. A $25 late fee will apply to students registering after June 2, 2017. Deposits $75 per course is required with registration. This includes a $50 non-refundable and non-transferable processing fee. $25 per course (of the deposit) is refundable until March 17, 2017. After March 17, 2017, no refunds will be given on deposits for courses registered. Cancellation Policy On a few occasions we do not have enough students enrolled to hold a particular course or program. Breck Summer Programs refunds all tuition for any course or program we cancel. If your plans change and you need to cancel your registration prior to May 1, 2017, the deposit less a $50 processing fee per course is refundable. Payment is due in full on May 1, 2017. No refunds will be issued in the event of a withdrawal from any summer program after May 1, 2017, to ensure staffing and programmatic commitments to all families. Phone cancellations are not accepted. Cancellations must be given in writing to the Summer Programs Director.

Look for our camper age guide throughout this brochure: P = Preschool; K = Kindergarten; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 = specified grade(s) * 15

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