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Camp Information The goal for this year’s Summer Camp is to provide students with a variety of sessions to keep them active and engaged throughout the day. Each week’s camp classes cover a broad range of topics and interests to meet the many different age groups and hobbies of our campers. They will be taught by passionate, well-qualified and excited teachers who are committed to providing outstanding, educational and fun opportunities for each child.

Rising 1st Grade, Kindergarten, PreK2, PreK3 and PreK4 Camps Camp hours are 7 am - 5:30 pm each day at the Hilton-Green Campus. Morning Sessions will be from 8 am - 12:30 pm Half-day options are available at a reduced price for campers who will be picked up after each morning session.

Rising 2nd through 8th Grade Camps Camp is at the South Campus Currin Center. Campers may choose one morning and one afternoon camp to complete their daily schedule. Half-day options are available for a reduced price. 8:30 am..... Teachers will pick up campers at the Currin Center Gym for morning sessions, which last until 11:30 am 11:30 am.... Campers will return to the Currin Center Gym for lunch, recess and whole group activity time. 1 pm.......... Teachers will then take campers to classrooms for afternoon sessions. 4 pm.......... Campers will be taken back to the Currin Center Gym for pick up. Extended care is complimentary with camp registration. Aftercare will be available each day from: • 7 - 8:30 am in the mornings • 4 - 5:30 pm in the afternoons

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Frequently Asked Questions Q: Can my child attend EDS Summer Camp if he or she is not an EDS student? A: Yes! We offer a wide variety of summer camps that are open to students from all schools.

Q: Can my child attend a half-day of EDS Summer Camp? A: Yes! Morning and afternoon sessions can be selected together or separately. Families can choose morning, afternoon or both sessions.

Q: Is extended care available this summer? A: Yes! Extended Care is available from 7:00-8:30 a.m. and from 4:00-5:30 p.m. It is complimentary with camp registration. Q: What happens if EDS cancels a camp class for which we registered? A: If a class does not meet the required minimum number of campers or requires cancellation for any reason, you may choose to pick another class or receive a full refund. Q: Are you able to administer medication to my child during camp? A: If a camper requires medication of any kind, please fill out the form available at school or on our website. No medications may be given without this form on file.

Q: Who will be teaching Summer Camps this year? A: All of our camps are taught by experienced and highly qualified teachers.

Q: Which grades go to which campus? A: This year, we are proud to have both campuses available for Summer Camp. Camps for rising 1st grade, kindergarten, PreK4, PreK3 and PreK2 students will be held at the Hilton-Green Campus (601 N. Palafox Street), while camps for 2nd through 8th graders will be located in the Currin Center of our South Campus (223 N. Palafox Street). Q: Are these camps included if my child is registered at EDS for the year-round care plan? A: Yes! If you’re child is registered for the year-round care plan through EDS, they will be able to choose from these camps to fill their schedules. You will be receiving a separate email with instructions on registration. Q: Will there be a car line at the end of morning and afternoon sessions for parents to pick up students? A: No. Parents will need to pick up their students in the Hilton-Green Campus’ main office or in the lobby of the Currin Center.


1st Grade, Kindergarten, PreK4, PreK3 and PreK2 Camps Hilton-Green Campus: 601 North Palafox Street

This summer, campers will be working their way through oceans, over mountains, up into space, and even back to a time to when dinosaurs ruled the earth. Each week will be its own BIG adventure - are you ready?!

Week 1, June 3 - 7: To Space and Beyond Suit up for our first mission of the summer - let's blast off for a trip around the galaxy! Our Junior Astronauts will learn about the other amazing planets and shining stars all while finding out just what it takes to launch into the final frontier.

Week 2, June 10 - 14: Earth's Natural Wonders Let's visit the Grand Canyon, Mount Everest, the Great Barrier Reef, and more as we travel the world to learn about the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. No passport required.

Week 3 June 17 - 21: Ocean Mysteries Get your snorkels and bathing suits ready as we take a dive deep into the ocean. Campers will learn about the ocean's inhabitants and discover the mysteries of the deep.

Week 4, June 24 - 28: Wild Wild West Yee haw! Mosey on in for a week of fun here on the range. Our cowboys and cowgirls will lasso a good time through fun games and new recipes to enjoy by the campfire.

Week 5 July 1 - 3: Shipwrecked Yo ho, yo ho, it's a pirate's life for us! Get ready - we're sailing to uncharted islands to learn about pirates ships and island life. Smiles are sure to wash ashore, mateys!

Week 6, July 8 - 12: The Mighty Jungle Calling all Tarzans and Janes! This week we will swing from tree to tree as we learn all about the plants and animals that call the jungle their home.

Week 7 July 15 - 19: Diggin' Dinos Our future paleontologists will travel back in time millions of years to excavate dinosaur bones and learn about the different species that lived long ago.

Week 8 July 22 - 26: Buggin' Out Before Summer Break gets squished, bring your little ladybug or grasshopper down for a fun-filled week of both indoor and outdoor activities sure to please! In our final week of camp we will get down and dirty in our working garden, and take a look at life from a bug's perspective! Campers will squirm and wiggle their way through a crafty curriculum.

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Piano Lessons, Langley Williams - Kindergarten & 1st Grade Only Time slots will be offered on a first come first serve basis between 11:30 am - 1:00 pm each day. Sheet music, testing, and awards are all included for these 30 minute sessions. (additional $130 fee)


2nd - 8th Grade Camps

South Campus: 223 North Palafox Street

Week 1, June 3 - 7 Morning: grades

Canta Y Baila Conmigo (Sing & Dance with Me), Iris Daughtry & Allison Smith Do you love to sing and dance? Then come along and join us for a fun filled week of music and movement! Campers will learn several Spanish songs and traditional dance steps to share with their friends.

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Science in Action, Chris Norris Join us for a hands-on opportunity to explore the world around us. Junior Scientists will spend the week learning through observation, describing, and experimentation.

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What a Wonderful World, Rebecca Burt Campers will channel their inner Claude Monet' to create art inspired by the different landscapes, regions, and animals of our beautiful planet. Sports & Games, Nick Edele Let's hit the court! Coach Nick will be training his campers on the basics of traditional games and not so traditional games. All you need is a good attitude and sneakers!

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Intercontinental Travel, Iris Daughtry & Allison Smith Come stamp your passport with Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Daughtry’s Guide to New Cultures and Countries. Learn about folk tales, legends, music, and more. It's like a vacation without ever leaving the classroom. Superhero Art, Jennifer Russell It’s not summer camp, it’s SUPER Camp! And who doesn’t want to be a superhero?! In this art camp, the students will participate in an adventure of heroic proportions while learning to be a superhero. They’ll learn how to hone their creative superpowers and make some fantastic art projects. Some of the projects are designing your own super logos, masks, and more to hide your secret identity. Love Tennis, Joy Brindley Come learn the game of tennis! This week long camp will include drills to build and improve technique for lead-up games and matches. The ball is in your court!


Week 2, June 10 - 14 Morning: grades

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Inspired, Rebecca Burt Campers will create their own masterpieces inspired by famous artists. Just like these creative geniuses before us, we will explore a variety of different media to help every budding young VanGogh find their stride. Concept Engineering, Jerome Delacruz What did the electrical engineer say when he got shocked? That HERTZ! Mr. Delacruz will have more great jokes and even better experiments during this week of interactive and hands-on activities related to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Through this interdisciplinary approach, students will learn that everyday situations require a cross-curricular mindset. Fantabulous Fitness, Tammy Cooper Let's get warmed up using components of fitness such as flexibility, muscular strength and endurance, speed, and agility in a variety of fitness games and activities.

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Piano Lessons, Langley Williams Time slots will be offered on a first come first serve basis between 11:30 am - 1:00 pm each day. Sheet music, testing, and awards are all included for these 30 minute sessions. (additional $130 fee)

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Art Attack, Jennifer Russell Everyone can be an artist at Art Attack Camp! Campers will create art in a fun and imaginative way. Some of the activities will include Washi tape leaves, cork stamps, leaf paintings, splatter paint lanterns, Henna hands, and more.. Journey Into Outer Space Musical, Langley Williams Blast into our solar system through music! Is Pluto really a planet, or an asteroid? Find out in this energetic musical coming straight to you from the Milky Way!

Sports & Games, Nick Edele Let's hit the court! Coach Nick will be training his campers on the basics of traditional games and not so traditional games. All you need is a good attitude and sneakers!


Week 3, June 17 - 21 Morning: grades

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Creative Expressions, Melissa Soderlind Create your own mini-museum! Campers will work on a variety of art projects throughout the week to display in their museum. We will celebrate our hard work by visiting a local art exhibit in Downtown Pensacola. Party in the USA, Jennifer Russell Visit different states in the USA and learn more about the country you live in through arts and crafts, songs, games, and map activities. Take pride in our land and cultures, from state trivia and symbols to everything red, white, and blue. Once Upon a Parable, Langley Williams It's showtime! This is your official casting call! This two-part camp (morning and afternoon) will be working on perfecting campers musical and acting talents through Once Upon a Parable by Allen Pote. Don't miss the premier performance which will be unveiled on the last day of camp. Soccer, Nick Edele Are you hoping to develop your soccer skills?? Then get in the game! Campers will work on techniques to enhance their ability to play the game of soccer.

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Pack Your Passport, Melissa Soderlind Bonjour, hola, and konichiwa, campers! Grab your bags! We will be traveling around the world learning about different countries and continents through art, fun facts, and cuisine. Once Upon a Parable - Continued, Langley Williams Cheer Camp, Josie Rasmussen Let's get set to pep! Practice beginning cheers, jumps, tumbling, hand claps, kicks, marching, and stunt movements for cheer. Along the way, the campers will gain self confidence and learn to cheer for each other too through sportsmanship and teamwork.


Week 4, June 24 - 28 Morning: grades

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Stars and Stripes, Melissa Soderlind "My country tis of thee!" Let's celebrate our 'sweet lands of liberty' by creating patriotic crafts. Use this camp to deck out the house in all things red, white, and blue for the 4th of July. The Heart of Africa, Jennifer Russell Beat the heat - join us on an indoor safari to Africa through arts and crafts, stories, and games. This camp is an excellent introduction to African culture, history, and geography based on what it might be like to take an African safari. Fantabulous Fitness, Tammy Cooper Let's get warmed up using components of fitness such as flexibility, muscular strength and endurance, speed, and agility in a variety of fitness games and activities. Piano Lessons, Langley Williams Time slots will be offered on a first come first serve basis between 11:30 am - 1:00 pm each day. Sheet music, testing, and awards are all included for these 30 minute sessions. (additional $130 fee)

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Summer in Space, Melissa Soderlind 3, 2, 1...Let's blast-off! Spend the summer in space! Students will explore the wonders of the solar system and discover constellations, planets, stars, and the moon through engaging space activities.

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Volleyball Camp, Katy Kuhlmeier Campers will practice position development, hitting, and setting through games and team building exercises.

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How Rude! Modern Day Etiquette for Modern Day Kids, Laura Boyles Campers will participate in interactive activities, games, and role plays to discern and apply different situations that arise in social experiences from social media, phone conversations, or meeting new people, to traveling and dining. Come explore how to get out of awkward situations, and learn how to prepare and use a proper table setting. Then, show off all that you learned with a shared meal at the Pensacola Restaurant, Angelena’s. (additional cost)

Week 5, July 1 - 3 This three-day week will include a variety of indoor and outdoor games, field trips to local businesses, arts and crafts, and STEaM activities that will engage any camper mentally and physically.


Week 6, July 8 - July 12 Morning: grades

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Turning Trash Into Treasures, Jennifer Russell One kids trash is another kids treasure! Spend the week creating art treasures from items that would be thrown in the trash. Turn toilet paper rolls into gift boxes, empty milk cartons into bird feeders, and more. It’s a lesson in recycling and creativity. Cyber Art, Richard Hughes Tech lab meets art studio in this graphic design workshop! Throughout the week, campers will explore, experiment and create digital art using a wide variety of drawing programs and games. Fantabulous Fitness, Tammy Cooper Let's get warmed up using components of fitness such as flexibility, muscular strength and endurance, speed, and agility in a variety of fitness games and activities. Summer Math Jam, Jerome Delacruz Campers can come brush up on their math concepts before school starts and get help with tough questions on summer work in a fun and safe atmosphere. Piano Lessons, Langley Williams Time slots will be offered on a first come first serve basis between 11:30 am - 1:00 pm each day. Sheet music, testing, and awards are all included for these 30 minute sessions. (additional $130 fee)

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Summer Sunflowers, Richard Hughes This camp is sure to brighten your day. Imaginations will bloom as campers plant sunflowers, then create art inspired by them. They will have a week to engage, explore and create masterpieces inspired by the beautiful summer sunflower. Van Gogh would be proud! STEM and STEaM with Household Products, Jerome Delacruz Come merge science and math together with a little household products and see what you can do! Volleyball Camp, Katy Kuhlmeier For the love of volleyball! Campers will cover the fundamentals of the game while participating in team building activities. They will learn rotations, rules, and how you have to have teamwork to be successful.


Week 7, July 15 - 19 Morning: grades

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Acting Up, Laurie Banfell Acting Up is a two part camp which includes morning and afternoon sessions. This fun-filled week will immerse young thespians in acting techniques through skits and theater games. Campers will work with various texts and are instructed in a disciplined approach to memorizing scripts, performance techniques, voice projection, speech, movement, and improv. Basketball, Jerome Delacruz Campers will learn and develop the fundamental skills of basketball. Why can't you play a fair game of basketball in the jungle? There are too many cheetahs! That won't be a problem in Coach Delacruz's camp. Through the concepts of offense and defense, our players will also understand the importance of teamwork and good sportsmanship. Painting 101, Kristen Countryman Learn the strokes it takes to create beautiful paintings. Also, the campers will be refurbishing the art room stools.

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Pottery Class, Kristen Countryman Come create beautiful pieces of pottery by hand and by wheel throwing.

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Flag Football, Nick Edele Get the edge on the competition - come learn techniques and plays to make you the MVP of flag football this fall! Adventures in Video Game Design: Enhanced Virtual Reality, Bridget Fluegge Do you have an “obsession� with gaming such as video or digital games? Are you curious about how video games work? Would you love to learn how to design your own game to play and share? If so, this is the summer adventure for you. No experience necessary. Cheer Camp, Josie Rasmussen 3 cheers for the 2019-2020 school year! It's time to learn new cheers for the upcoming season. Come learn the cheers for the school year! Cheerleaders will work on jumps, tumbling, hand claps, kicks, marching, and stunts for cheer.


Week 8 July, 22 - July 26 Morning:

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The Science of Cooking, Pensacola Cooks Learn how to cook from the professionals! Join local chefs for a hands-on cooking class to show how mixing flavors can enhance dishes. Fat, salt, acid, heat...what will you use to create the perfect entree?!

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Outdoor Adventure (Safety First) Chris Norris Adventures in the outdoors can be fun but it comes with its challenges. Situations sometimes arise that require quick thinking to ensure safety of yourself and others. In this camp, you will learn how to turn any outing into a rewarding experience. Topics include: weather and safety, basic first aid, wildlife, and the art of self reliance.

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Basketball, Jerome Delacruz Campers will learn and develop the fundamental skills of basketball. Why can't you play a fair game of basketball in the jungle? There are too many cheetahs! That won't be a problem in Coach Delacruz's camp. Through the concepts of offense and defense, our players will also understand the importance of teamwork and good sportsmanship.

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Art & Artists, Richard Hughes Campers will learn about modern and classic master artists, then create pieces inspired by their work. Who knows? We may discover the next da Vinci in this very room! The Science of Cooking, Pensacola Cooks Learn how to cook from the professionals! Join local chefs for a hands-on cooking class to show how mixing flavors can enhance dishes. Fat, salt, acid, heat...what will you use to create the perfect entree?! Flag Football, Nick Edele Get the edge on the competition - come learn techniques and plays to make you the MVP of flag football this fall! Cheer Camp, Josie Rasmussen 3 cheers for the 2019-2020 school year! Cheerleaders will work on jumps, tumbling, hand claps, kicks, marching, and stunts for cheer. Come learn the cheers for the for the upcoming season.


visit www.edscc.org/summer-camp South Campus: 223 North Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida 32502 Hilton-Green Campus: 601 North Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida 32501

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EDS Summer Camp 2019  

Summer camp is a special time for children to create, build, explore, paint, meet friends and more! Starting with PreK2 through 8th grade,...

EDS Summer Camp 2019  

Summer camp is a special time for children to create, build, explore, paint, meet friends and more! Starting with PreK2 through 8th grade,...

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