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WELCOME TO OUR CAMPS, 2019 Welcome to Canterbury’s Summer Programs! Canterbury Summer Programs strives to provide an environment shaped by a sense of adventure, a love of learning, a playful spirit and dynamic instructors.

Hello Campers and Families, Thank you for your interest in Canterbury School’s summer programs! Our goal is to provide you and your family with a variety of exciting camp options to promote adventure, a love of learning, and a playful spirit! This year’s line up is sure to provide you and your child with plenty of sizzling selections that suit your child’s interests.   We are proud to provide quality camps taught by our talented Canterbury teachers and staff while also bringing in highly qualified outside instructors and organizations. This summer will not only be fun for your camper but also provide an inspiring environment where they will grow intellectually and socially. We have many new camps to offer in addition to bringing back the fan-favorites from years past. You will want to spend some time looking through this year’s catalog at the great programs and options available. I can’t wait for the summer to begin, and I look forward to seeing everyone soon! Joe Simboli Director of Summer Programs

I encourage your child to step out of comfort zones this summer and try something new. There are so many avenues to explore: marine science, arts, robotics, sports, tech, and more! These brief introductions to new worlds are where lifelong passions begin. Here’s to great summer adventures! Mac Hall Head of School Each summer, we host more than 250 campers on our beautiful campus from across the Tampa Bay area. In August, we welcome many new students, including recent campers, to join us for the “Full Canterbury” experience which offers a challenging education within a nurturing environment. Small class sizes, unique learning experiences, and a differentiated approach are just a few of the reasons why our families agree that there is #noplacelikeCanterbury. Interested in learning more and seeing our community in action during the school year? Please contact me, Colin Wyenberg, with any questions or to schedule your tour today. Colin Wyenberg, Ed.D Director of Admission 727-521-5903 cwyenberg@canterburyflorida.org


GENERAL CAMP INFORMATION PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Canterbury’s Summer Programs offers camps from June 3 – July 26, 2019. Canterbury’s programs are designed to create an exciting, safe environment for campers to have an unforgettable week of fun. Camps are packed with activities guaranteed to keep your child smiling! Camps focus on a variety of indoor and outdoor activities including theme weeks, arts and crafts, sports, dance, reading, games, interest centers, local attractions and much, much more. These unique experiences and excursions will help build self-esteem, develop interpersonal skills, foster friendships, and create new memories for your adventurous camper. We are glad to be a part of your 2019 Summer fun, and we look forward to having you and your family be a part of our Canterbury community. Summer is just around the corner, so register today!

CONVENIENT PAYMENT PLAN

Canterbury has made paying for our camps even easier with a monthly installment option for those who pay by credit card. A nonrefundable $5 fee per camp session will be added to the payment plan (Just $1.66 per session over three payments).

CALL US AT 727-521-5933 FOR MORE INFORMATION. EARLY CARE

Early care is available from 8 am - 9 am, M - F, for an additional $10/week.

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM - SUPERVISED LUNCH

If you schedule your child for a theme camp both in the morning and the afternoon, we have supervised lunch areas where he/she can eat lunch and relax in between the two sessions. Lunch is NOT provided.

EXTENDED DAY

Extended Day is available from 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm, M - F, for an additional $15/week.


WELCOME TO THE 2019 CAMP SEASON!

WEEK ONE: JUNE 3 - 7 WEEK TWO: JUNE 10 - 14 WEEK THREE: JUNE 17 - 21 WEEK FOUR: JUNE 24 - 28 NO CAMPS JULY 1 - 5! WEEK FIVE: JULY 8 - 12 WEEK SIX: JULY 15 - 19 WEEK SEVEN: JULY 22 - 26 MISSION STATEMENT

Canterbury Summer Programs strives to provide an environment shaped by a sense of adventure, a love of learning, a playful spirit and dynamic instructors.

CAMP CORE VALUES

To move in a mindful and conscientious spirit in and around the camp setting as an active and adventurous camper who is eager to discover, celebrate and honor the program, the environment, the participants, and ultimately himself/ herself.


CRUSADER DAYS: K-4TH

FULL DAY CAMPS FOR KINDERGARTEN – FOURTH GRADES WEEK ONE WEEK TWO

Sea Squirts LEGO®

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OFFERED

WEEK THREE

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Kind Kids Club

WEEK FOUR

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle S.T. Soccer Academy®

AM CAMPS: 9AM - 12PM

WEEK FIVE

Board Game Designing

WEEK SIX

Bookin’ and Cookin’ Monet’s Garden

WEEK SEVEN

Sea Squirts Board Game Designing

PM CAMPS: 12 - 4PM

FULL DAY: 9AM - 4PM

WEEK ONE

Typing for Proficiency & Accuracy LEGO® Creating Code Softball Skills

Marine Science: ROV’s Acting Skills Minecraft® Escape Room! Volleyball Skills

WEEK TWO

Hoola Monsters Minecraft® Quick Start Tennis

Dancing Divas Creating Code Challenge Island: Fortnite Camp

WEEK THREE

Ultimate Frisbee Kickball Sweet Art Cake Decorating Beck’s Make It & Take It

Acting Skills MadScience: CSI

City Pass

WEEK FOUR

Flag Football Witches and Wizards

Stage Makeup & Mask Making Challenge Island: Steam Warts

Marine Science: ROV’s

WEEK FIVE

Hoola Monsters Creative Technology Galaxy Wars - Member Training GFL Soccer

WEEK SIX

Creative Technology Baseball Skills Challenge Island: Slime Squad The Write Way: Manuscript

WEEK SEVEN

Water Sports and Games Archery and Survival Skills The Write Way: Cursive Sweet Art Cake Decorating MadScience: Red Hot Robots

Marine Science: Ocean Adventures

Dancing Divas Typing for Proficiency & Accuracy Yoga Beck’s Make It & Take It MadScience: Sciencepalooza

Marine Science: Ocean Adventures

Yoga & Mindfulness Challenge Island: U-Tube Fever St. Pete Trekkers

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NEW FOR SUMMER 2019!

Summer Fun Days for campers in rising grades Kindergarten – Fourth! Register for a morning theme camp at the regular rate OR register for the FULL DAY option and get a morning theme camp PLUS tons of fun in the afternoon for a fraction of the cost! Afternoon sessions will be led by Canterbury Summer Camp Staff. Each week campers will participate in a different theme to promote adventure, a love of learning, and a playful spirit.

• Morning Camps: $165 per week Full Day is $225 • Snacks and Lunches are NOT provided • Early Care available from 8am-9am for an additional  $10 per week • Extended Care available from 4pm-5:30pm for an additional $15 per week • Crusader Days will be located on the Hough Campus 1200 Snell Isle Blvd NE St. Petersburg, FL 33704 6

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CRUSADER DAYS: K-4TH SEA SQUIRTS

Grades: K-2 $165 Instructor: Jenna LoDico, Director Marine Studies at Canterbury School of Florida Do you love learning about marine science and ocean life? Come spend a week with the first Cousteau Diver Partner school in the world and learn about Tampa Bay’s local ecosystems and living organisms in our Marine Studies classroom and science lab. This camp combines a variety of hands on marine science labs with related art and craft activities.

LEGO®

Grades: K-4 $165 Instructor: Marianne Sweeney, 1st Grade Teacher Come one, come all, LEGO® enthusiasts! This program will allow campers to design and build superstructures and LEGO® environments utilizing a hands-on, teamwork-based approach. Each camper will create an individual project and work with others to build an electric monorail set for all to enjoy. There will be plenty of time for freestyle building and exploring the creative world of LEGOS®. Let your imagination run wild; bring your building brain and your enthusiastic hands because the sky’s the limit in the fun, imaginative world of LEGOS®.

REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE Grades: K-4 $165 Instructor: Taylor Eade, Kindergarten Teacher

Recycled Crafts: Crafting with Recycled Materials. Would your camper enjoy turning plastic bottles into cute planters, a piggy bank or even a bird house? Each day your camper will be a creator. Creating some sort of useful/purposeful craft using recycled materials! We will talk about the importance of recycling and how to recycle as well.

KIND KIDS CLUB Grades: 1-4 $165 Instructor: Amy Morrison, Kindergarten Teacher

The Kind Kids Club is a camp for kids wanting to do good deeds and acts of kindness. We will connect with local organizations to help places in our community as well share some kindness with our friends and family. We’ll talk about the importance of providing service and ways we can have a positive impact on our community. We’ll also discuss strategies for support when others around us are not acting kind. We’ll learn, have fun, and spread some smiles around St. Petersburg!

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CRUSADER DAYS: K-4TH REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE Grades: K-4 $165 Instructor: Taylor Eade, Kindergarten Teacher

Recycled Crafts: Crafting with Recycled Materials. Would your camper enjoy turning plastic bottles into cute planters, a piggy bank or even a bird house? Each day your camper will be a creator. Creating some sort of useful/purposeful craft using recycled materials! We will talk about the importance of recycling and how to recycle as well.

S.T. SOCCER ACADEMY®

Grades: K - 4 $165 Instructor: Coach Matthew Young, Owner Story Time Soccer® ST Soccer Academy® is a soccer and fitness program designed for K-4th graders of all skill levels. While building our overall fitness level and working on soccer skills, we focus on fun, discipline, confidence, teamwork, and sportsmanship.® Please be sure to pack a water bottle.

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BOARD GAME DESIGNING

Grades: K-4 $165 Instructor: Taylor Eade, Kindergarten Teacher Have you noticed how much kids learn from just playing board games? This camp allows your camper to design their own board games. Board games teach children about taking turns, being a graceful winner or loser, academic skills, problem-solving, and teamwork. By the end of the week your camper will bring home their very own board game that the whole family can play!

BOOKIN’ AND COOKIN’

Grades: K-2 $165 Instructor: Mimi Bridge, 1st Grade Teacher Calling all bookworms, kitchen crafters and Hollywood actors! This camp centers around reading, food and dramatic fun. Each day’s activities will be story-theme driven. Campers need to bring their hearty appetites, eager minds, and dramatic flair to the camp kitchen. We will be mixing up some creative recipes. The only items needed? Fiction, food and friends!


CRUSADER DAYS: K-4TH MONET’S GARDEN Grades: 1-3 $165 Instructor: Breck Moorefield, Art Teacher A French inspired art adventure in the garden influenced by Claude Monet, Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso. Campers will enjoy morning tea among the flowers and learn drawing & painting techniques to create timeless masterpieces!

SEA SQUIRTS Grades: K-2 $165 Instructor: Jenna LoDico, Director Marine Studies at Canterbury School of Florida Do you love learning about marine science and ocean life? Come spend a week with the first Cousteau Diver Partner school in the world and learn about Tampa Bay’s local ecosystems and living organisms in our Marine Studies classroom and science lab. This camp combines a variety of hands on marine science labs with related art and craft activities.

BOARD GAME DESIGNING Grades: K-4 $165 Instructor: Taylor Eade, Kindergarten Teacher Have you noticed how much kids learn from just playing board games? This camp allows your camper to design their own board games. Board games teach children about taking turns, being a graceful winner or loser, academic skills, problem-solving, and teamwork. By the end of the week your camper will bring home their very own board game that the whole family can play!

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SUMMER CAMPS WEEK ONE: JUNE 3 - 7

AM CAMPS 9AM - 12PM

TYPING FOR PROFICIENCY & ACCURACY Grades: 5-8 $165 Instructor: Claudine Cieutat, Principal Canterbury School of Florida - Hough Campus

All students are immersed in educational technology, it is vital that they know how to type. The “hunting and pecking” style of typing is not only time-consuming, it’s frustrating! This typing camp is divided between learning and playing and will offer your child the opportunity to become a well-skilled typist.

LEGO®

Grades: K-4 $165 Instructor: Marianne Sweeney, 1st Grade Teacher Come one, come all, LEGO® enthusiasts! This program will allow campers to design and build superstructures and LEGO® environments utilizing a hands-on, teamworkbased approach. Each camper will create an individual project and work with others to build an electric monorail set for all to enjoy. There will be plenty of time for freestyle building and exploring the creative world of LEGOS®. Let your imagination run wild; bring your building brain and your enthusiastic hands because the sky’s the limit in the fun, imaginative world of LEGOS®.

CREATING CODE

Grades: 1-2 $165 Instructor: Allison Lester, 4th Grade Teacher Does your child like games such as Angry Birds or Minecraft? Do they ever wonder how that game was created? How the character knows to go forward when the up arrow is clicked? Coding is the new buzzword and it is actually easy enough for kids to learn! This camp offers an introduction to computer science and programming concepts. Campers will learn the basics of coding through creative, hands-on lessons as well as creating their own lines of code.

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WEEK ONE: JUNE 3 - 7 AM CAMPS 9AM - 12PM

SOFTBALL SKILLS

Grades: 1-9 $165 Instructor: Jody Moore, Canterbury Varsity Softball Coach Whether you are a beginner or are ready to take your game to the next level, learn the fundamentals of what makes a great softball player. Camp will be broken into small age- and skill-appropriate groups. We will cover throwing, catching, receiving, hitting, bunting, base-running, and all aspects of fielding in an action-packed week. The week ends with a slip-n-slide challenge. Campers should wear athletic attire, cleats and sunscreen daily.

PM CAMPS 1PM - 4PM

MARINE SCIENCE: ROV’S

Grades: 2-8 $165 Instructor: Jenna LoDico, Director of Marine Studies - Canterbury School Every day ocean exploration leads us to new discoveries. How do marine scientists discover what lies on the ocean floor or in areas to risky for us to explore? We send in the robots! Or in this case the ROVs (remotely operated vehicles). In this camp, we will spend time understanding ocean exploration and the types of equipment used - including the differences between submersibles and ROVs. Campers will then work in teams to design, build and operate an ROV. We will use a variety of STEM skills to build and pilot the ROVs and campers can expect to use a lot of simple hand tools to engineer the ROV frame.

ACTING SKILLS Grades: 9-12 $165 Instructor: Callie Byron

Develop your ability to use strong acting choices to create multidimensional characters through theatre games, monologues, and scenes.

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WEEK ONE: JUNE 3 - 7 PM CAMPS 1PM - 4PM

MINECRAFTÂŽ

Grades: 2-8 $165 Instructor: Stephanie McLaughlin, 3rd Grade Teacher Please ensure you have a membership with Minecraft Fee: $26.95 at minecraft.net You’re alone in a mysterious new world, full of hidden dangers. You have only minutes to find food and shelter before darkness falls and the monsters come looking for you. What do you do? Learn how to find resources; make a shelter; craft tools, armor, and weapons; and protect yourself from monsters. Travel to new planets with your own spaceship, explore dungeons, and build space stations with friends using mod Galacticraft. Play with other children in the camp under a safe server. Participants must have membership username and passcode.

ESCAPE ROOM!

Grades: 3-5 $165 Instructor: Allison Lester, 4th Grade Teacher Can you escape? Campers will learn how to use teamwork, collaboration, and communication to escape a different challenge each day. Students will learn the importance of being a leader and when it is important for them to follow someone elses lead. They will also realize the value of listening to other opinions and ideas to reach the same goal. Is your camper up for the challenge?

VOLLEYBALL SKILLS Grades: 4-9 $165 Instructor: Monica Talley, Athletic Director and Varsity Volleyball Coach

Crusader volleyball camp is geared to emphasize the fundamentals of what it takes to be a successful volleyball player. Camp will be split into age- and skill-appropriate groups where campers will learn proper passing, serving, setting, spiking, and defensive fundamentals. Be prepared to engage in an action packed week while learning the game of volleyball through instructional drills and exciting games!

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WEEK TWO: JUNE 10 - 14 AM CAMPS 9AM - 12PM

ESCAPE ROOM

Grades: 3-5 $165 Instructor: Allison Lester, 4th Grade Teacher Can you escape? Campers will learn how to use teamwork, collaboration, and communication to escape a different challenge each day. Students will learn the importance of being a leader and when it is important for them to follow someone elses lead. They will also realize the value of listening to other opinions and ideas to reach the same goal. Is your camper up for the challenge?

MINECRAFTÂŽ

Grades: 2-8 $165 Instructor: Stephanie McLaughlin, 3rd Grade Teacher Please ensure you have a membership with Minecraft Fee: $26.95 at minecraft.net You’re alone in a mysterious new world, full of hidden dangers. You have only minutes to find food and shelter before darkness falls and the monsters come looking for you. What do you do? Learn how to find resources; make a shelter; craft tools, armor, and weapons; and protect yourself from monsters. Travel to new planets with your own spaceship, explore dungeons, and build space stations with friends using mod Galacticraft. Play with other children in the camp under a safe server. Participants must have membership username and passcode.

QUICK START TENNIS

Grades: 1-7 $165 Instructors: Sue Gutierrez/Janet Matthews, USTA Trained Coaches USTA-trained coaches Sue Gutierrez and Janet Matthews bring their portable tennis camp into our air-conditioned gym! Age-appropriate racquets, balls, and court are provided, all of which help the younger players learn the game quickly and have fun. Your child will learn proper grips, positioning, and strokes while performing drills and playing games. No experience necessary.

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WEEK TWO: JUNE 10 - 14

AM CAMPS 9AM - 12PM

Grades: K - 7 $165 Instructor: Abby Albaum, Owner Hoola MonstersÂŽ At Hoola Monsters, we believe in the power of play and creative expression. Our handmade hoops provide a great mechanism for kids to get fit while instilling a sense of leadership, teamwork and confidence. During camp, kids will design and create their own handmade hoops. A variety of tricks, games, and activities will be included. Suitable for kids ages 5 and up, Hoop Camp will be taught by Abby (nationally acclaimed hoop dance instructor and performer). At the end of camp, kids will have a chance to demonstrate their new skills and choreography in a hoop dance showcase!

PM CAMPS 1PM - 4PM

DANCING DIVAS Grades: 2-4 $165 Instructor: Callie Byron

Love to shake it? In this camp we will have fun with all the basics of jazz, tap, hip-hop, and ballet all leading to a dance presentation on Friday.

CREATING CODE

Grades: 3-5 $165 Instructor: Allison Lester, 4th Grade Teacher Does your child like games such as Angry Birds or Minecraft? Do they ever wonder how that game was created? How the character knows to jump when the up arrow is clicked? Coding is the new buzzword and it is actually easy enough for kids to learn! This camp offers an introduction to computer science and programming concepts with tie-ins to math concepts. Campers will learn the basics of coding through problem solving, and logical thinking. They will learn how to write lines of code that incorporate loops, variables, and even sound! By the end of the week, every child will have created their very own game or animation!

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WEEK TWO: JUNE 10 - 14 PM CAMPS 1PM - 4PM

CHALLENGE ISLAND: FORTNITE CAMP Grades: K-5 $165 Instructor: Challenge Island Staff New for 2019!

Floss on over to Challenge Island’s® Fort Island Camp©! You and your squad will ride your balloon bus into into an unforgettable computer-and-violence-free adventure inspired by the world’s most popular game. You’ll build walls, stairs, and STEAMtastic shelters. You’ll land in Slanted Towers, Treasure Lake and other Fort Island hotspots. You’ll design your own skins, practice your favorite dance moves, and make up some brand new dances of your own. This Challenge Island Camp Royale promises to be an Slurp-Juicy nonelectronic experience for every fort-loving boy and girl!

FULL DAY CAMPS 9AM - 4PM

MARINE SCIENCE: OCEAN ADVENTURES Grades K - 4 Full Day $375 Instructor: Jenna LoDico, Director Marine Studies at Canterbury School of Florida

Do you love learning about marine science and ocean life? Come spend a week with the first Cousteau Diver Partner school in the world and learn about Tampa Bay’s local ecosystems and living organisms in our Marine Studies classroom and science lab. This camp combines a variety of hands on marine science labs with related art and craft activities. Full day sessions include various field trips to exciting environments and educational centers throughout Tampa Bay including places such as the Florida Aquarium, Fort Desoto, Weedon Island Nature Preserve and more!

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WEEK THREE: JUNE 17 - 21

AM CAMPS 9AM - 12PM

KICKBALL

Grades: 1-4 $165 Instructor: Tim Putnam, Middle School Teacher Kickball is all about the FUN! Similar to baseball, this playground favorite is played with traditional baseball rules and a few extra quirky rules mixed in. Instead of a bat and ball, kids kick, catch, throw and dodge an 8” playground ball, meaning that anyone can join in and have a great time, regardless of ability or experience! Kids should wear athletic shoes and bring a water bottle.

ULTIMATE FRISBEE Grades: 5-9 $165 Instructor: Peter Masone - Captain of the Tampa Bay Cannons and other team members

Come and learn the high energy sport of Ultimate Frisbee! This high action camp will be instructed by players from Tampa Bay’s very own AUDL team the Cannons! Campers are sure to have lots of fun learning the skills, strategies and how to play during the week. Game tickets will even be given out so that campers and their families and check out the real thing and watch their instructors in action.

SWEET ART CAKE DECORATING Grades: 5 - 12 $190 Instructor: Lucy Yeager, Middle School Teacher

Ready to be a master cake decorator? Learn the basics of making icing from scratch, the tricks to icing cupcakes and cakes, and numerous skills for decorating, including original design, flowers, stars, borders, and writing. Learn how to level, torte and ice cakes as well as decorate cookies and cupcakes.

BECK’S MAKE IT & TAKE IT Grades: 5 - 8 $165 Instructor: Ian Beck, Upper School Teacher

Let’s make something fun with no experience needed!! Learn basic woodworking skills, use hand tools safely and make something from nothing! You will be taught everything you need to know, and supplied with all of the necessary tools, safety gear and materials, to complete the project. We will complete 4 wooden projects that the participants take home at the end of the week! Make and Take classes are limited to only 10 participants per class, in order to enable lots of one-on-one time.

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WEEK THREE: JUNE 17 - 21 PM CAMPS 1PM - 4PM

ACTING SKILLS Grades: 5-8 $165 Instructor: Callie Byron

Develop your ability to use strong acting choices to create multi-dimensional characters through theater games, monologues, and scenes.

MADSCIENCE: CSI Grades: 1-7 $165 Instructor: MadScience Staff

Team up with fellow campers to solve the Great Cookie Caper crime. Arrive to find a real crime scene surrounded by crime scene tape. You will develop skills that will be needed as you use new devices to collect & record your evidence and solve the crime. In the Mad Science Laboratory you will experiment with electrochemical reactions, create chemical compounds and make your own “brain goo”! Along the way to becoming a Crime scene expert you will also work with chemical bonds, discover conductivity, and make your own invisible ink to take home.

FULL DAY CAMPS 9AM - 4PM

CITY PASS

Grades: 4-8 $330 Instructor: Jackie Suchanek, Middle School Teacher Join Mrs. Suchanek as she explores the best of Tampa Bay with CityPASS. The CityPASS will give your camper admission to the area’s top attractions. Campers will go to Busch Gardens, The Florida Aquarium and the Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI). Campers will have a blast this week as they take in the local attractions and get an inside look at what makes Tampa Bay a fun-filled place to live. Camp price includes cost of admission and transportation. Please pack snacks and lunch daily.

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WEEK FOUR: JUNE 24 – 28

AM CAMPS 9AM - 12PM

FLAG FOOTBALL Grades: 1-4 $165 Instructor: Tim Putnam, Upper School Teacher Come one, come all! This flag football camp is bound to wear out your little athlete. Campers will be running, jumping, playing, and of course, ultimately looking to capture the opposing team’s flags. Campers should wear athletic shoes and bring a water bottle to camp.

WITCHES AND WIZARDS Grades: 1-5 $165 (half day) / $330 (full day) Instructor: Sydney Tomko, Lower School Teacher Assistant Welcome to the Wizarding World! Throughout the week, your newly enrolled Hogwarts student will become a master in charms, potions, and even flying! Come drop your muggle off at King’s Cross Station ~ Platform 9 ¾ ~ and by Friday afternoon they will have graduated from Hogwarts, learn the game of Quidditch, and have competed in the Goblet of Fire! Each student will make their own Hogwarts’ robe, wand, broomstick, and so much more! The PM portion will include some extra games, wizard snacks, and a Harry Potter movie/ discussion each day (movies 1-5 will be watched).

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WEEK FOUR: JUNE 24 – 28 PM CAMPS 1PM - 4PM

STAGE MAKEUP & MASK MAKING Grades: 7-12 $165 Instructor: Callie Byron Bruises, cuts, scars, old age… learn the basics or practice your skills in this special effects make-up class. Plus, explore various styles of masks through the ages and make one of your own.

CHALLENGE ISLAND: STEAM WARTS Grades: K-5 $165 Instructor: Challenge Island Staff After the Spectacular Success of our Challenge Island Wizardry Camp, kids begged for more. So we have brewed up a brand new and magical week of spellbinding adventure! You and your STEAMwarts Housemates will take a full load of Wizarding Classes from Transfiguration to Flying Broomsticks to Charms and Potions to Magical Beasts. The camp will culminate with a graduation ceremony before you sail your enchanted boats back to the Muggle World.

FULL DAY CAMPS 9AM - 4PM

MARINE SCIENCE: ROV’S Grades: 2-8 $330 Instructor: Jenna LoDico, Director of Marine Studies Canterbury School of Florida Every day ocean exploration leads us to new discoveries. How do marine scientists discover what lies on the ocean floor or in areas to risky for us to explore? We send in the robots! Or in this case the ROVs (remotely operated vehicles). In this camp, we will spend time understanding ocean exploration and the types of equipment used - including the differences between submersibles and ROVs. Campers will then work in teams to design, build and operate an ROV. We will use a variety of STEM skills to build and pilot the ROVs and campers can expect to use a lot of simple hand tools to engineer the ROV frame.

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WEEK FIVE: JULY 8 - 12 AM CAMPS 9AM - 12PM

GALAXY WARS™ MEMBER TRAINING Grades 1 - 5 $165 (half day) / $330 (full day) Instructor: Mimi Bridge, 1st Grade Teacher

Any Star Wars fan will enjoy an action packed week as a Member in training to save the world from the dark forces! In the AM camp, we will learn to use Light Sabers, make our own Jedi robes, navigate the lava fields of Mustafar, break force fields, free Han Solo from carbonite, master your Jedi blaster training and much more. If you choose to stay for the PM camp (select option before completing your registration), this will include watching and discussing the Star Wars movies and playing games.

Grades: K - 7 $165 Instructor: Abby Albaum, Owner Hoola Monsters® Description: At Hoola Monsters, we believe in the power of play and creative expression. Our handmade hoops provide a great mechanism for kids to get fit while instilling a sense of leadership, teamwork and confidence. During camp, kids will design and create their own handmade hoops. A variety of tricks, games, and activities will be included. Suitable for kids ages 5 and up, Hoop Camp will be taught by Abby (nationally acclaimed hoop dance instructor and performer). At the end of camp, kids will have a chance to demonstrate their new skills and choreography in a hoop dance showcase!

CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY Grades: 2-4 $165 Instructor: Susie Ossenmacher - 3rd Grade Teacher

Open your child’s inner creativity with writing and technology using iPad apps and Osmos. Students will create movies with the Stop Motion app, code with the Osmo and HopScotch app, write with Write About This app... just to name a few! Your child will explore, learn, create art, and interact with digital games in a whole new way. Let’s build their creative side!

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WEEK FIVE: JULY 8 - 12

AM CAMPS 9AM - 12PM

GFL SOCCER Grades: 2 - 12 Half Day = $165 / Full Day = $250 Instructor: GFL Soccer Staff Our Half Day soccer camps are especially designed for beginners or recreational players where GFL teaches the fundamentals of Soccer by using “Fun Games” that involve dribbling, passing, shooting and general ball control. Small sided Games are also used to teach basic tactical behaviors. The general philosophy of these camps is to make it a lot of fun for the kids and let them take home important lessons each day. The basic principles are “Have Fun”, “Learn each Day” and “Make New Friends”! GFL will share training methods, exercises and Tips based on the “German Way”. Arne Friedrich (Ex-German National team player) shares thru GFL his inside knowledge and experiences from playing 11 years in the German Bundesliga and two World Cups with the German National team (2006 and 2010). Players will learn things that they will not be able to learn at any other soccer camp. Players will be guided thru a five day soccer curriculum which is composed of the most important technical, tactical, physical and mental aspects of the game. The GFL Full Day Soccer Camps are a treat for any soccer enthusiast and will leave anybody with an unforgettable experience and a hunger to learn more about the biggest game in the world. Required Camp Documents: The Camp waiver form is mandatory for all participants, regardless if you registered your child through the school, or through our website. Please fill it out if you haven’t done it already and email it back to contact@gflsoccer.com; or have it printed and completed on your arrival on the first day of camp. In order to streamline the registration on Monday, we highly encourage everyone to submit the form electronically on our website: http://gflsoccer.com/waiver2/. Camp Schedule: - 9:00-10:30 am Tech Training - 10:30-11:00 am Snack Break - 11:00-12:00 pm Training (1V1’s 2V2’s, 3V3’s) - 12:00-1:15 pm Lunch/Half Day Campers Pick Up - 1:15-3:00 pm Training (Games) What to bring: - Completed Camp Wavier Form. - GFL Soccer Camp Uniform kit (if purchased and received) - Shin guards - Cleats - Snack and lunch - Water bottle (we will have a cooler to refill water). - Sunscreen

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WEEK FIVE: JULY 8 - 12

PM CAMPS 1PM - 4PM

DANCING DIVAS Grades: 2-4 $165 Instructor: Callie Byron

Love to shake it? In this camp we will have fun with all the basics of jazz, tap, hip-hop, and ballet all leading to a dance presentation on Friday.

TYPING FOR PROFICIENCY & ACCURACY Grades: 5-8 $165 Instructor: Claudine Cieutat, Principal Canterbury School of Florida Hough Campus

All students are immersed in educational technology, it is vital that they know how to type. The “hunting and pecking” style of typing is not only time-consuming, it’s frustrating! This typing camp is divided between learning and playing and will offer your child the opportunity to become a well-skilled typist.

WEEK SIX: JULY 15 – 19 AM CAMPS 9AM - 12PM

BASEBALL SKILLS Grades: 5-8 $165 Instructor: Felix Alonso Whether you are a beginner or ready to take your game to the next level, this is the camp for you! We will learn and refine the fundamentals of the game. Campers will be broken up each day based on age and ability levels to get the most out of instruction and practice. Throughout the week campers will practice base-running, throwing, catching, hitting, bunting, and all aspect of America’s pastime!

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WEEK SIX: JULY 15 – 19 AM CAMPS 9AM - 12PM

CHALLENGE ISLAND: SLIME SQUAD Grades: K-5 $165 Instructor: Challenge Island Staff Are you slime crazy? Do you love making squishy, squeezy stuff? Then Challenge Island® Slime Squad Camp is the place for you! You and a tribeful of friends will dive into a new slime-filled world every day, from alien ooze to ghostly goo to monster muck to lava, too. No matter how you stretch it, Challenge Island® Slime Squad Camp promises to be a STEAM-riffic adventure of a lifetime.

THE WRITE WAY: MANUSCRIPT Grades: K-2 $165 Instructor: Melissa Fitzpatrick, Teach and Occupational Therapist Get your hands ready to start the school year “write”! This camp will utilize the Handwriting without Tears curriculum which incorporates fun, engaging, and developmentally appropriate methods to help children master handwriting as an automatic and comfortable skill. Campers will actively participate in a variety of gross and fine motor activities that promote proper posture, pencil grip, and visual motor control needed for legible handwriting. In addition to forming letters with pencil onto paper, students will use a variety of materials to practice proper formation and placement on writing lines.

CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY Grades: 2-4 $165 Instructor: Susie Ossenmacher - 3rd Grade Teacher

Open your child’s inner creativity with writing and technology using iPad apps and Osmos. Students will create movies with the Stop Motion app, code with the Osmo and HopScotch app, write with Write About This app... just to name a few! Your child will explore, learn, create art, and interact with digital games in a whole new way. Let’s build their creative side!

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SIX: JULY – 19 WEEKWEEK SIX: JULY 17 – 1915 AM CAMPS AM CAMPS 9AM - 12PM

HOORAY FOR PRE-K

Grades: PK4 - K NOTE TIME: 8:00am-12:00pm $200 or $350 for both weeks Instructors: Hailey Grimaldi & Melissa Kokenzie - Lower School PK3 & PK4 Teachers Camp will be structured with alternating activities both outside and indoors. There will be many opportunities for fun, friendships and exploration. Our program is built to encourage students’ growing ability to make choices, work with others and assume responsibilities while promoting positive school experiences and encouraging learning. Students will get a stress-free introduction to school routines, structure and the learning environment. The goal is to help the campers become comfortable with the concept of school and what it entails, while having fun! They will explore the entire campus and get a taste of everything that school has to offer, including enrichment classes!

PM CAMPS 1PM - 4PM

YOGA

Grades: 9-12 $165 Instructor: Callie Byron Enjoy a universal style inspired yoga practice followed by guided meditation and mindfulness activities.

BECK’S MAKE IT & TAKE IT Grades: 5 - 8 $165 Instructor: Ian Beck, Upper School Teacher

Let’s make something fun with no experience needed!! Learn basic woodworking skills, use hand tools safely and make something from nothing! You will be taught everything you need to know, and supplied with all of the necessary tools, safety gear and materials, to complete the project. We will complete 4 wooden projects that the participants take home at the end of the week! Make and Take classes are limited to only 10 participants per class, in order to enable to lots of one-on-one time.

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SIX: JULY – 19 WEEKWEEK SIX: JULY 15 – 1915 AM CAMPS PM CAMPS 1PM - 4PM

MADSCIENCE: SCIENCEPALOOZA Grades: 1-7 $165 Instructor: MadScience Staff

A mixed bag of fun science this week! In a “Nature” session you will learn how birds & beasts catch their prey without becoming someone else’s lunch – animal survival skills. Then dissect an owl pellet to see what they ate, and build bird house to take home and make your own custom seed mixture to attract your favorite birds. In the Shutterbugs session explore the use of light and make a cool kaleidoscope. Apply your skills to make a camera that will help you understand cool optics.

FULL DAY CAMPS 9AM - 4PM

MARINE SCIENCE: OCEAN ADVENTURES Grades K - 4 $375 Instructor: Mike McGourin, Assistant Principal and Science Teacher - Hough Campus Do you love learning about marine science and ocean life? Come spend a week with the first Cousteau Diver Partner school in the world and learn about Tampa Bay’s local ecosystems and living organisms in our Marine Studies classroom and science lab. This camp combines a variety of hands on marine science labs with related art and craft activities. Full day sessions include various field trip to exciting environments and educational centers throughout Tampa Bay including places like the Florida Aquarium, Fort Desoto, Weedon Island Nature Preserve and more!

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WEEK SEVEN: JULY 22 – 26

AM CAMPS 9AM - 12PM

ARCHERY & SURVIVAL SKILLS

Grades 2 - 10 $165 Instructors: Dan McKeag, Certified Archery for Kidz Instructor and Sydney Tomko Are you ready to play survivor games? Compete with your tribe in all kinds of challenges from outdoor activities to mental puzzles. We’ll participate in arts and crafts, as well as team building exercises that are sure to help you ‘survive’ and build skills for your future. In addition, campers will learn the basics of archery including stance, aiming and target practice. Dan McKeag is a certified Archery for Kidz instructor with more than 20 years experience.

WATER SPORTS & GAMES Grades: 1-4 $165 Instructor: Tim Putnam, Upper School Teacher

Come dressed to get wet! Wear your bathing suit, water shoes, plenty of sunscreen and bring a water bottle. We will be playing different water sport activities throughout the week. This time is filled with games galore where the kids will play and laugh. Mr. Putnam is the fierce leader of this crew – from bubbles to balls to magical spots, these games will enthrall and wear out the little tots.

THE WRITE WAY: CURSIVE Grades: 3-5 $165 Instructor: Melissa Fitzpatrick, Teacher and Occupational Therapist

Why learn cursive? Cursive has many advantages: 1. It’s faster because the pencil is always on the paper (except to cross the t, x, and to dot i, j) 2. It naturally helps spacing skills while writing 3. It has a grown-up appeal, so motivation to learn tends to be high 4. It can help students who have challenges with printing skills thus, improving confidence. This camp will utilize the Handwriting without Tears cursive curriculum which uses a simple, continuous, vertical style that is easy to learn. Campers will actively participate in a variety of gross and fine motor activities that promote attention, posture, and pencil grip. Campers will be introduced to all 26 lower-case cursive letters learning proper formation and connections between letters.

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WEEK SEVEN: JULY 22 – 26 AM CAMPS 9AM - 12PM

SWEET ART CAKE DECORATING Grades 5 - 12 $190 Instructor: Lucy Yeager, Middle School Teacher

Ready to be a master cake decorator? Learn the basics of making icing from scratch, the tricks to icing cupcakes and cakes, and numerous skills for decorating, including original design, flowers, stars, borders, and writing. Learn how to level, torte and ice cakes as well as decorate cookies and cupcakes.

MADSCIENCE: RED HOT ROBOTS Grades: 2-7 $165 Instructor: MadScience Staff Join us for a week building amazing robots! Learn about the uses of robots in our world and spend time experimenting with super cool redhot robots. Experiment with sound sensing robots, line-tracking robots, amphibious robots and robots that can even play soccer! Discover the science of circuits and how robots use sensors to explore things around them. Use your skills to build your very own working robot to take home with you!

BALLROOM DANCING Grades: 8 - 12 $165 Instructor: Jackie Suchanek, Upper School Teacher Campers will learn a combination of 8 different dances throughout the week. The dances will include the Waltz, Viennese Waltz, Polka, Swing, Cha-Cha, Salsa, Tango and Foxtrot. You will learn many different steps for each dance and will understand how to lead and follow. No dance experience needed!

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WEEK SEVEN: JULY 22 – 26

HOORAY FOR PRE-K Grades: PK4 - K NOTE TIME: 8:00am-12:00pm $200 or $350 for both weeks Instructors: Hailey Grimaldi & Melissa Kokenzie Lower School PK3 & PK4 Teachers

Camp will be structured with alternating activities both outside and indoors. There will be many opportunities for fun, friendships and exploration. Our program is built to encourage students’ growing ability to make choices, work with others and assume responsibilities while promoting positive school experiences and encouraging learning. Students will get a stress-free introduction to school routines, structure and the learning environment. The goal is to help the campers become comfortable with the concept of school and what it entails, while having fun! They will explore the entire campus and get a taste of everything that school has to offer, including enrichment classes!

PM CAMPS 1PM - 4PM

YOGA & MINDFULNESS Grades: 9-12 $165 Instructor: Callie Byron Enjoy a universal style inspired yoga practice followed by guided meditation and mindfulness activities.

CHALLENGE ISLAND: U-TUBE FEVER Grades: K-5 $165 Instructor: Challenge Island Staff

Unbox your creativity at Challenge Island’s® U-Tube Fever Camp©! You and your tribe will build your own studio and take part in a whole haul of super tuber activities from taste tests to parodies to exciting challenges; from slime to science experiments to kinetic sand; from DIY’s to Q and A’s to your favorite U-Tube stars! Show off your favorite performances to your family and friends at our U-Tube-Palooza Celebration on the last day of camp. (In compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule we will not be posting any camp videos on YouTube.)

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WEEK SEVEN: JULY 22 – 26 PM CAMPS 1PM - 4PM

ST. PETE TREKKERS

Grades: 3-7 $195 Instructor: Jackie Suchanek, Upper School Teacher Join Mrs. Suchanek as she explores the best of St. Pete. This adventurous camp will keep your kids on the move. Campers will travel around St. Pete in active style from a Rays game outing to bowling to swimming to city park exploring, this afternoon camp is packed full of fun and adventure! Camp price includes cost of activities and transportation. Campers will go to the Rays game this week and will have an extended day on Wednesday from 11:15 AM - 5:30 PM. Price includes transportation and cost of ticket to Rays game.

FULL DAY CAMPS 9AM - 4PM

SHOW IN A WEEK

Grades: 2-12 $330 Instructor: Scott Saposnik, Upper School teacher Participants will learn the fundamentals of stage acting, improvisation, method and classical acting techniques, and proper projection though this week-long course.The course will culminate in a stage production, which will highlight and showcase students’ abilities. Scott Saposnik received his formal theater education from Harvard University and has been a theater director, performer, and teacher for over fifteen years. He was the artistic director of the Randolph Theater Company, and has directed over thirty stage shows throughout his career. He also served as the technical director of Camp Kaleidoscope theater camp in Newton, and the In-Resident Dramaturg at the Citi Performing Arts Center in Boston. He has taught theater classes and summer camps throughout the south shore of Massachusetts since 2002.

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ACADEMIC COURSES - MULTI-WEEK SENIOR CAPSTONE Dates: May 29 - July 24 Grades: 12 $1000 Instructor: Donnamarie Hehn, Upper School Principal - Canterbury School of Florida Senior Capstone Writing Course - .5 credits All seniors must complete their Capstone Writing Course prior to graduation. For seniors who want to get a jump on senior year, this virtual course is ideal. Students will research a topic, develop a thesis, write a statement of purpose and method, write a 15 – 20 page argumentative paper and create a project that will be presented to and evaluated by a team of faculty members. Previous projects have included: • A solar-powered boat • A booklet outlining adolescent behavioral problems • A presentation on the integration of arts education into a middle school curriculum, • A documentary on the homeless. The course will open on May 29 and all presentations and papers must be completed by July 24. Email Donnamarie Hehn (dhehn@canterburyflorida.org) to secure approval before enrolling in Senior Capstone.

AMERICAN GOVERNMENT Dates: June 13 - July 3 Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Grades: 9-12 $1000 .5 Credits Instructor: Molly Smith, Assistant Principal - Canterbury School of Florida The primary goal of this class is to build an understanding of the structure and workings of the United States Government. This will be fulfilled through a study of the Constitution and the three branches of the U.S. Government: Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. Once this foundation is understood, we will springboard into the complexities of politics, examining issues such as: Civil Rights, Civil Liberties, Voters, Political Parties, Interest Groups, the Media, and the Pluralism/Elitism debate. This course will lay an excellent foundation for understanding timely and current political issues and events. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will earn 0.5 credit toward graduation requirements.

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ACADEMIC COURSES - MULTI-WEEK DRIVERS EDUCATION Dates: June 10 - June 14 OR Dates: July 15-19 Time: 9:00am-4:00pm Grades: 9-12 $1000 .5 Credits Instructor: Jackie Suchanek, Upper School Teacher The summer driver education program is to provide students with the opportunity to develop the knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary to become a safe and responsible driver. The classroom will be taught using a blend of the AAA curriculum, ADSTEA curriculum, Drive Right Curriculum and the Florida Driver Manual. The main concepts taught will be the driving task, controlling the vehicle, driving in different environments and being a responsible driver. Students must complete a minimum of 30 classroom hours. Students do not need a permit to take the summer course. ** Canterbury students have the option to complete the required six hours of behind the wheel training once they have their permit. Behind the wheel training will be a separate cost from the Summer Driver Education Class. Driving will be completed after school and/or weekends. ** After passing the summer driver education program the students will receive a certificate of completion to submit to the insurance company. Canterbury School of Florida does not guarantee an insurance discount. Participants are encouraged to check with their insurance company for eligibility and the amount of a discount.

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PLANNER / NOTES

WEEK ONE: JUNE 3 - 7 WEEK TWO: JUNE 10 - 14 WEEK THREE: JUNE 17 - 21 WEEK FOUR: JUNE 24 - 28 NO CAMPS JULY 1 - 5! WEEK FIVE: JULY 8 - 12 WEEK SIX: JULY 15 - 19 WEEK SEVEN: JULY 22 - 26


SUMMER PROGRAMS CALENDAR

JUNE

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

WEEK ONE ONE -- JUNE JUNE 3 3 -- 8 8 WEEK

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

WEEK TWO TWO -- JUNE JUNE 10 10 -- 14 14 WEEK

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

WEEK THREE THREE -- JUNE JUNE 17 17 -- 21 21 WEEK

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

WEEK FOUR FOUR -- JUNE JUNE 24 24 -- 28 28 WEEK

J U LY

1 2 3 4 5 6

NO CAMPS THIS WEEK

7 8 9 10 11 12 13

WEEK FIVE FIVE -- JULY JULY 9 8 - 12 WEEK

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

WEEK SIX SIX -- JULY JULY 15 15 -- 19 19 WEEK

21 22 23 24 25 26 27

WEEK SEVEN SEVEN -- JULY JULY 22 22 -- 26 26 WEEK

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