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2018

Cool Camps summer@


Something Cool for Everyone!

Again this year, we are proud to offer more than 150 classes and camps. Our broad array of programs is designed to provide opportunities to develop talents, acquire new skills and knowledge, or explore something that piques your interest. Whatever you’re looking for, look no further. If you are seeking a full-day summer program, looking for supplemental academic programs, an athletic workshop, or want to try your hand at an arts class, you’ll find it at Hammond.

specialty programs

We’ve got a cool summer planned! At Hammond, we are committed to offering enjoyable and enriching summer programs in a physically safe, emotionally supportive, and funfilled environment. Our highly-individualized classes and camps provide something of interest for every age and grade -- from three years-old through adult.

day camps

Welcome!

Half-day and full-day camps with components in art, theatre, music, computer, sports and outdoor adventure and field trips

Expansive programs for athletes and future athletes, leadership programs, art, music, computer, and outdoor adventures.

Sincerely, Kevin N. White, Ed.S. Director of Auxiliary Programs kwhite@hammondschool.org

academic programs

Whether you are a Hammond family or simply interested in spending some time with us, we invite you to join us for an exceptional summer experience. Comprehensive summer academic classes designed to enhance academic skills through enrichment, acceleration and review.

hammondschool.org • summer programs


Hawk Ridge

Full-Day or Half-Day Camp

ages 3 to rising 6th grade

Hammond’s Hawk Ridge Camp is designed to provide campers with fun, age-appropriate activities every day, all summer. Campers are divided into three age groups: 3-4 yearsold, rising 5K–1st grades, 2nd–6th grades. Each week includes field trips and field studies as well as music, theater, art, sports, outdoor adventures, and much more! Camp

activities are carefully organized according to age group, planned in advance, and provide hands-on, interactive learning in a stimulating and safe environment. Campers can expect to have fun, learn, relax, thrive, smile, laugh, make new friends ... and great memories ... at Hammond! Join us for 8 weeks or one ... either way, You’ll have a COOL summer!

This Summer at Hawk Ridge

HOURS Full-Day Camp 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Half-Day Camp 9:00 am – 1:00 pm and 12:00 noon – 4:00 pm Extended Camp Program 7:50 am – 8:50 am and 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Week 1: June 4 – 8 Week 2: June 11 – 15 Week 3: June 18 – 22 Week 4: June 25 – 29

Wild Wild West Buggin’ Out Splish, Splash Bash Passport to Fun

All Summer Programs Closed: July 2 – July 6

Week 5: July 9 – 13 Week 6: July 16 – 20 Week 7: July 23 – 27 Week 8: July 30 – August 3

Under the Big Top Wacky and Wonderful Barnyard Palooza Tropical Paradise


What happens each week at Hawk Ridge? In addition to adventures and activities based on the week’s theme, arts and crafts, fitness and games, sports, nature, and field trips are incorporated. In addition to dress-up days, every Wednesday is Wow Wednesday, and Fridays are Fun Fridays, with a special, engaging activity. No camper will want to miss these special days!

What’s so COOL about Hawk Ridge? Each week campers will have the opportunity to participate in an already scheduled enrichment activity on Monday and Wednesday afternoons. Enrichment activities include All Sports, Creative Kids, Cooking, football, Dance and much more! Our Snack Shack, a summer favorite, is open mornings and afternoons for snacks and the ever popular frozen treats on Tuesday Treats. In addition to the Snack Shack, we offer an impressive lunch menu from a variety of popular local restaurants (and some new choices this year) ... all prepared to order!

Hawk Ridge Fees Full-Day Week

$185

Half-Day Week

$100

Daily

$ 50

*Before/after care available at an additional fee.


Online Camps & Leadership

Online Camp

at Hammond This year we are pleased to offer a new addition to our already plentiful summer camp opportunities. We’re going online! Rising 8th grade students who want to brush-up on their English skills, or get ready for the coming school year, won’t want to miss this online program.

Introduction to ENGLISH 8 Rising 8th Grade $150 June 18 - 22 July 16 - 20 Instructor: 8th Grade English Teacher - George Simpson Maximum Online Enrollment: 5

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8th Grade English Expectations Short Story Analysis Grammar Components Writing Stages

Questions about this summer online offering, please contact Mr. George Simpson via email at gsimpson@hammondschool.org.

Introduction to English 8 will give students a glimpse of the writing style and expectations for the 8th grade year. Students will read and analyze short stories, sort out grammar components, and learn the early writing stages. Get ready to read and write your way to a successful 8th grade year!


Jr. Counselor

Leadership Program Looking for a great summer experience working with children? The Junior Counselor Leadership Program is a great opportunity for students ages 13-17 years old, and students currently pursuing an undergraduate degree. Through practical experience, students accepted into this specialized leadership program will learn about behavior management, health and safety, communication, decision-making, team building and more. Depending upon age, students participate in the leadership program on a volunteer or paid basis. Applicants who are 13-15 years old can only be accepted on a volunteer basis and applicants who are 16-17 years-old, or college students, are compensated if accepted to the program. The leadership program is designed to provide participants with firsthand experiences of activity development, communication, role modeling, and leadership qualities. Weekly training/workshop sessions are held that introduce different core concepts through hands-on activities.

Junior Counselor Leadership Program Students ages 13-17 and undergraduate college students Application Deadline: March 16 Application Fee: $35 Interview and selection process - April 9 -13 Acceptance letters - May 4


Morning Programs 9:00 - 12:00 pm

June & July June 4 - 8

Half-Day Weekly Summer Programs

June 11 - 15

Adventures at Sea PK – 1st Baseball Camp 5K – 8th Full STEAM Ahead! (girls only) 5th Fun with Tennis (Beginner - Intermediate) 1st – 12th Hands-on Crafts PK – 4th Interactive Field Journal: Paper-Based Circuits 5K – 2nd My·B·Ball (Co-ed Basketball Camp) 4th - 6th Olaf’s Frozen in Summer PK - 4th Preschool STEAM: Music & Mechanical Engineering 3-4 yrs & 5K UHS Nature Camp PK – 8th Afternoon Programs 1:00 - 4:00 pm Hands-on Crafts PK – 4th Interactive Field Journal: Paper-Based Circuits 5K – 2nd UHS Nature Camp PK - 8th Swim Lessons i: 2:30-3:00 pm or II: 3:00-3:30 pm (M-TH) 3 yrs - 8th Morning Programs 9:00 - 12:00 pm Builders in Training PK – 1st Camp Einstein By Design Mini Makers 5K – 2nd Cooking Camp PK - 4th Elements of Art PK - 8th Fancy Nancy PK - 1st Fun with Tennis (Beginner - Intermediate) 1st - 12th Groovy Girls 2nd - 5th Junior Robotics 1st – 3rd Key Master: Mastering Keyboarding 5th - 8th Let’s Dance Latino Rhythms PK – 4th Let’s Have Fun with Legos! PK – 4th Preschool Intro to STEAM: Superhero Science 3-4 yrs & 5K Afternoon Programs 1:00 - 4:00 pm All Sports Camp 5K – 5th Beach Party Dance Camp PK – 4th Camp Einstein By Design Mini Makers 5K – 2nd Elements of Art PK – 8th Robotics 101 3rd – 5th

$180 $145 $230 $165 $160 $125 $135 $165 $125 $150 $160 $125 $150 $70 $180 $125 $175 $185 $160 $165 $165 $170 $160 $150 $165 $125 $135 $155 $125 $185 $170


cont’d

Afternoon Programs 1:00 - 4:00 pm

June 18 - 22

Spanish Camp 5th –8th SAT Math Preparation/Coaching (2:00 - 4:30 pm) 9th – 12th Swim Lessons i: 2:30-3:00 pm or II: 3:00-3:30 pm (M-TH) 3 yrs – 8th Morning Programs 9:00 - 12:00 pm Action, Cheer & Tumble: Tumbling Camp (M-TH) PK – 8th Five Fairy Tea Parties! PK – 2nd Game Design: Racing Games 3rd - 6th Golf Camp (M-W) PK – 5th Green Thumb Club PK – 1st Spanish Camp 2nd - 4th

$150

Super Hero Fitness World of Robotics

$175 $195

PK – 1st 7-14 yrs

Afternoon Programs 1:00 - 4:00 pm Glitter and Shimmer Dance Camp PK – 1st Key Master: Mastering Keyboarding 5th – 8th Let’s Dance Latino Rhythms 5th – 8th Robotics: Robot Surgeons 3rd – 5th World of Robotics 7 - 14 yrs Swim Lessons 2:30-3:00 OR 3:00-3:30 (M-TH) 3 yrs – 8th

$150 $350 $70 $170 $175 $180 $125 $180

$155 $160 $150 $170 $195 $70

June 25 - 29

Children’s Theater – Cinderella Junior Robotics Let’s Dance Latino Rhythms

PK – 2nd 1st – 3rd PK - 4th

Little Hawks Sports Camp

PK - 3rd

$175 $170 $150 $140

Mini Med School Stars and Stripes UHS Nature Camp

PK – 1st PK – 1st PK – 8th

$180 $160 $150

7th – 8th 2nd – 8th 2nd – 4th Adults PK – 8th 3 yrs – 8th

$150 $200 $170 $150 $150 $70

Afternoon Programs 1:00 - 4:00 pm English 7 Tune-Up Future Master Chess Camp Robotics: Robot Olympics Spanish Camp UHS Nature Camp Swim Lessons i: 2:30-3:00 pm or II: 3:00-3:30 pm (M-TH)


July & August July 9 - 13

Half-Day Weekly Summer Programs

July 16 - 20

Morning Programs 9:00 - 12:00 pm Advanced Robotics 6th to Adult Cooking Camp PK – 4th Elements of Art PK - 8th Football Camp (open to boys and girls) 5K - 8th Inventor’s Workshop PK - 1st Let’s Dance Latino Rhythms PK – 4th Miss Manners Tea Party PK – 4th Princesses and Superheroes PK – 1st Story Time Adventures PK – 1st Tennis for Competition 2nd – 12th Afternoon Programs 1:00 - 4:00 pm Advanced Robotics 6th - Adult Elements of Art PK – 8th Robotics 101 3rd – 5th Spanish Camp 9th – 12th Under the Sea PK – 4th Swim Lessons i: 2:30 - 3:00 pm or II: 3:00 - 3:30 pm (M-TH) PK - 8th Morning Programs 9:00 - 12:00 pm Advanced Robotics 6th to Adult Groovy Girls 2nd – 5th Music Theater – The Jungle Book 2nd – 8th Pinkalicious PK – 1st Science Exploratorium 2nd – 4th Spanish Camp 2nd – 4th Tennis for Competition 2nd – 12th The Art of The Short Story 5th World of Robotics 7-14 yrs Afternoon Programs 1:00 - 4:00 pm Advanced Robotics 6th to Adult Camp Fit 2nd – 4th Glitter and Shimmer Dance Camp PK – 1st Key Master: Mastering Keyboarding 5th – 8th

$250 $175 $185 $145 $170 $150 $165 $180 $175 $165 $250 $185 $170 $150 $155 $70 $250 $165 $175 $165 $180 $150 $165 $150 $195 $250 $175 $155 $160


Afternoon Programs 1:00 - 4:00 pm

cont’d

Let’s Dance Latino Rhythms Tomorrow’s Super Athlete Camp World of Robotics Swim Lessons i: 2:30 - 3:00 pm or II: 3:00 - 3:30 pm (M-TH) Morning Programs 9:00 - 12:00 pm Advanced Robotics Flip into First Grade Fun with STEM

July 23 - 27 July 30 - August 3

5th – 8th 2nd – 6th 7-14 yrs PK - 8th

$150 $135 $195 $70

6th - Adult 1st PK – 1st

$250 $150 $175

Introduction to Hammond Lower School

PK – 1st

$160

Olympic Madness

2nd – 4th

$180

UHS Nature Camp

PK – 8th

$150

6th - Adult 8th 5K – 12th PK – 8th PK – 1st PK - 8th

$250 $150 $135 $150 $175 $70

6th - Adult PK – 8th 7th - 8th 5th 5K PK - 4th 2nd - 5th 1st - 8th PK - 5th 2nd - 4th

$250 $185 $150 $150 $155 $120 $135 $175 $145 $180

6th - Adult PK - 8th 9th - 12th PK - 8th

$250 $185 $350 $70

Afternoon Programs 1:00 - 4:00 pm Advanced Robotics Introduction to English 8 Soccer Camp UHS Nature Camp Yoga Stars Swim Lessons i: 2:30 - 3:00 pm or II: 3:00 - 3:30 pm (M-TH) Morning Programs 9:00 - 12:00 pm Advanced Robotics Elements of Art English 7 Tune-Up In the Know and Ready to Go!: A Basic Intro to 5th Grade Kickoff to Kindergarten Little Hawks Cheerleading Camp Math Games, Fun and Review Music Theater - The Sound of Music Nature Camp (M-TH) Writer’s Mashup Afternoon Programs 1:00 - 4:00 pm Advanced Robotics Elements of Art SAT Math Prep/Coaching (2:00 - 4:30 pm) Swim Lessons i: 2:30 - 3:00 pm or II: 3:00 - 3:30 pm (M-TH)


June, July, August Private Lessons • Day and Evening Programs • Full-Day Camp

Date

Time

Grade

Cost

Private Tennis Lessons

TBD

PK - adult

$35/30 min.

Private Voice Lessons

TBD

5th - adult

$35/30 min.

Private Lessons

Day and Evening Programs Kids Fun Night! - Movie Night (The Incredibles)

Friday, June 15

6:00 - 10:00 pm

PK - 6th

$30

Kids Fun Night - Hi-Wire Trampoline Park

Friday, June 29 Friday, July 20

6:00 - 10:00 pm

PK - 6th

$30

Kids Fun Night - Outdoor Movie Party

Friday, August 3

6:00 - 10:00 pm

PK - 6th

$30

Full-Day Weekly Programs June 4 - August 3 9:00 - 4:00 pm

PK - 6th

$185

I. June 4 - 8 II. June 25 - 29 III. July 23-27

9:00 - 4:00 pm

PK - 8th

$200

Hawk Ridge Camp UHS Nature Camp Flight and Aerial Photography Elements of Art Culinary Lab Immersive: Molecular Gastronomy Camp Einstein by Design STEAM Explorers World of Robotics Computer Games & Apps with Raspberry Pi

June 4 - 8

9:00 - 4:00 pm

3rd - 5th

$300

I. June 11 - 15 II. July 9 - 13 III. July 30 - August 3

9:00 - 4:00 pm

PK - 8th

$235

June 11 - 15

9:00 - 4:00 pm

3rd - 5th

$300

June 18 - 22

9:00 - 4:00 pm

3rd - 5th

$325

9:00 - 4:00 pm

7 - 14 years

$250

I. June 18 - 22 II. July 16 - 20 June 25 - 29

9:00 - 4:00 pm

3rd - 5th

$325

I. July 9 - 13 II. July 16 - 20 III. July 23 - 27 IV. July 30 - August 3

9:00 - 4:00 pm

6th - Adult

$375

Drone Technology: Mini-Quadcopter Build

July 9 - 13

9:00 - 4:00 pm

4th - 6th

$325

Automotive Mechatronics: Build Your Own Remote Controlled Car

July 16 - 20

9:00 - 4:00 pm

4th - 6th

$325

Product Design with 3D Printing, Raspberry Pi & Arduino

July 23 - 27

9:00 - 4:00 pm

4th - 6th

$325

July 30 - August 3

9:00 - 4:00 pm

4th - 6th

$325

Advanced Robotics

Advanced Wearables Technology: Sport and Health Innovation Track


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS How do I register for Hammond Summer Programs?

Please visit Hammond’s website at hammondschool.org, click Summer Programs at the top of the webpage to access our online registration system. Registration for all Summer Programs must be completed online through the registration system. A non-refundable deposit of $75 per full-day program and $50 for all other programs is required at the time of registration, or you may elect to pre-pay in full. Deposits are nonrefundable and may not be transferred. All balances are to be paid in full one week prior to the scheduled program, camp, or offering start date. Remaining balances will be charged to accounts automatically through the online registration system. Registrations for any summer program offering scheduled 7 days or less from the start date must be paid in full at time of registration. Hammond accepts payment through electronic funds transfer, Visa, MasterCard and Discover.

Will I receive a receipt or confirmation?

Upon successful online registration and payment, you will receive an email confirmation. An email with details about the program, onsite check-in, and other important reminders will be communicated electronically one week prior to the start of the scheduled summer program to the email address listed on the online account that is provided throughout the registration process. Receipts may be requested at kwhite@ hammondschool.org and will be emailed.

Are Hammond Summer Programs open to non-Hammond students and adults?

Yes. Hammond welcomes students 3 years old through 12th grade including adults. Bring your friends, families, and neighbors!

What if I need to transfer my summer camps/programs?

Transfers between programs and camps are permissible up to two weeks prior to the scheduled offering start date. Transfer request must be submitted by email to Kevin N. White, Director of Auxiliary Programs.

What is the withdrawal policy?

Families who wish to withdraw from a summer program must contact Kevin N. White, Director of Auxiliary Programs via email at kwhite@hammondschool.org. Withdrawals two weeks prior to the scheduled program will be refunded the remaining balance, less the non-refundable deposit. The non-refundable deposit is not transferrable. Any withdrawals within two weeks of the summer program are responsible for the full tuition (and fees, if applicable).

What is the refund policy?

Refunds will be issued for withdrawal request received two weeks prior to the scheduled program, less the non-refundable deposit. The non-refundable deposit is not transferrable. Refunds will not be issued for any withdrawals received within two weeks of the scheduled program. Full refunds are only issued if a program is canceled due to insufficient enrollment. In the event Hammond cancels a program, families will be notified


immediately via email through the online registration system. Families may switch to a different summer program and apply the tuition amount toward the balance, or families may request a refund. In order to switch to a different program or receive a refund for a canceled summer program, families must contact the Director of Auxiliary Programs via email. Registration fees are non-refundable.

What if my child has allergies?

If your child has anaphylactic allergies or other health needs, please contact the Auxiliary Programs Office at 803.726.6413. Families are to provide an action plan along with an epi-pen on the first day of their child’s scheduled camp or program. All items will be returned on the last day of their child’s scheduled camp or program.

What does my child need to bring to camp?

In addition to bringing a water bottle, we suggest participants bring a small backpack to hold all of their belongings. Hammond Summer Programs drawstring backpacks are available for purchase for only $4 while supplies last. Hawk Ridge Campers are to bring an extra change of clothes, a towel, a bottle of sunscreen, and a swimsuit to camp. Participants attending an athletic workshop, or camp will need to bring necessary items associated with that particular sport. All participants and campers are required to bring a water bottle with them to camp or their program each day. It is permitted for campers and participants to use their personal (non-Hammond Summer Programs) water bottle.

How do I purchase Hammond summer program apparel and accessories?

Hammond Summer Programs apparel and accessories are available for purchase throughout the online registration process, at our on-site check-in/registration each Monday morning, and there is an online order form listed on our Summer Programs website. Supplies are limited. Be sure to order your summer apparel and accessory items today!

Where and when do participants need to check-in the week of their scheduled camp or program? If I have not registered for a camp or program, and there is still availability, could I register at Hammond? Participants registered to attend full-day programs and morning programs (9:00 AM – 12:00 PM) are required to check-in on Monday’s in the Lower School Gym between 7:50 AM – 8:50 AM. Participants registered to attend afternoon programs (1:00 PM – 4:00 PM) are required to check-in on Monday’s in the Lower School Gym between 12:30 PM – 1:00 PM. Campers checking-in for their camp(s) must be accompanied by an adult.

How do I pick up a child from camp or a summer program early? (before dismissal)

Contact the Auxiliary Programs Office at803.726.6413, and notify Susan Moon, Summer Programs Manager via email at smoon@hammondschool.org. If your child is enrolled in our Hawk Ridge Camp, please also contact their Lead Camp Counselor (their contact information will be provided to you). This will help us arrange and ensure your child is at carpool early.

Are lunch or snacks provided by Hammond Summer Programs?

Due to the variety of allergies and food sensitivities we encounter, we do not provide food to participants and campers. Lunch may be brought from home or pre-ordered a week in advance through our lunch program. A variety of snacks is available for purchase each day at the Snack Shacks located on campus. The Snack Shacks are located at the Hammond Baseball Stadium concession stand and at the Hawk’s Nest.


Is lunch provided by Hammond Summer Programs?

Hammond Summer Programs does not provide lunch to campers and participants, but lunches may be brought from home or pre-ordered a week in advance through our lunch program.


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2018 Summer Camps at Hammond School

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