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Center for Excellence & SPARK


Welcome!

Two programs, one beautiful campus!

Center for Excellence (CFE) offers one-time events and weeklong skill-building workshops and clinics, available individually or in combination with SPARK Day Camp. SPARK is a day camp for boys and girls available from May 31-August 12, with fun weekly themes that add spark to your child’s summer.

Tracey Zerwig Ford Center for Excellence Director 901.507.2460 tford@hutchisonschool.org

Don’t forget to check out the CFE offerings for all ages, including those in the parent section for yourself!

Lisa Campbell

SPARK Director 901.762.6674 lcampbell@hutchisonschool.org

Contents

irene leatherman orgill Scholars Academy

Humanities............................................................................ 2

Science, Technology, Engineering, Math............. 3

Margaret celeste cates sports academy

Further STudies. . ............................................................... 5

General. . ............................................................................... 17

Back-to-school................................................................. 6

Clinics.................................................................................... 17

Abigail Ware Williams Leadership institutE

edna kIMBROUGH crain educators institute

Entreprenuership............................................................ 8

Citizenship and Service................................................. 9

INTERNSHIP............................................................................. 9

mary miles loveless arts academy

General. . ...............................................................................19 bernice hederman hussey parent center

General. . ...............................................................................19

center listings by grade level ......................... 20 - 24 SPark DAY camp

Dance and TheatRE..........................................................11

Media Arts and Communications............................. 12

weeks and themes.......................................................... 25

Music....................................................................................... 12

cfe/spark registration form. . ...................................... 27

Visual Arts. . ........................................................................14

cfe/spark general information


Irene Leatherman Orgill

SCHOLARS ACADEMY

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Huma n i t i es AMERICAN GIRL BOOK CLUB For girls entering grades K - 2 Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 13 - 17 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Heather Golden ( Kindergarten Teacher ) Cost: $150

FANCY NANCY BOOK CLUB For girls entering grades K - 2 Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 20 - 24 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Lauren Perry ( Kindergarten Teacher ) Cost: $150

ZOO CREW For girls and boys entering grades PK - K Read books about zoo animals and learn about natural habitats in hands-on projects. Date/time: Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – Noon Session I June 13 - 17 Session II July 11 - 15 Instructor: Samantha Lott ( Education Major and Center Instructor ) & Kate Oates ( Early Childhood Teacher ) Cost: $150

HOGWARTS AT HUTCHISON For girls and boys entering grades 2 - 5 Care of magical animals, potions class, quidditch matches, while reading and analyzing the original literature. Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 18 - 22 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructors: Katharine Kent ( Lower School Teacher) & Lucy Wesson ( Lower School Science Teacher ) Cost: $150

AWESOME AUTHORS: ESCRITORES INCREIBLES For girls and boys entering grades 3 - 4 Author bi-lingual books! Design and create a storybook using both English and Spanish text. Explore Spanish and English authors to discover the power of words and image. Share and read your creation to our SPARK Day Campers, then conduct a bi-lingual ceremony donating your books to a local literacy center for Spanish speaking children. Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 25 - 29 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Kimberly Davidson ( Lower School Learning Specialist ) & Kenna Chelsoi ( Lower School Spanish Teacher ) Cost: $150

MR. LEMONCELO’S LIBRARY For girls and boys entering grades 5 - 8 Read and analyze award-winning books. Date/time: Monday – Friday, August 1 - 5 | 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Instructor: Lauren Huddleston ( Middle School English Teacher ) Cost: $100

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WRITERS CAFÉ For girls and boys entering grades 3 - 4 Gain an interest in writing and compose various genres of writing. Don’t delay — sign up WRITE away! Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 11 - 15 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Instructor: Michele Cervetti ( Middle School Teacher ) Cost: $150

WRITERS FOR LIFE For girls and boys entering grades 6 - 8 and 9 - 12 Develop a strategy for writing concise sentences leading to well-formed descriptive paragraphs. Sharpen reading and comprehension skills for more effective analysis. Date/time: Grade 6 – 8 | Monday – Friday, July 11 - 22 | 10:00 am - Noon Grade 9 – 12 | Monday – Friday, July 18 - 22 | 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Instructor: Pat Kelly ( Former Upper School English Teacher ) Cost: Grade 6 – 8 | $200 Grade 9 – 12 | $150

PIRATE ADVENTURE: THE LOST TREASURE For girls and boys entering grades JK - 1 Explore the high seas and learn pirate history, archeology, and cartography. Date/time: Monday – Thursday, June 27 - 30 | 10:00 am – Noon Instructor: Jennifer Stanford ( Graphic Design Artist & Second Grade Teacher ) Cost: $75

AMERICAN ADVENTURE: FOUNDING OF AMERICA For girls and boys entering grades 2 - 4 Explore the founding of our country and its history while re-enacting some of America’s greatest moments. Date/time: Monday – Thursday, June 27 - 30 | 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Instructor: Jennifer Stanford ( Graphic Design Artist & Second Grade Teacher ) Cost: $75

STUMPED! POLITICS AND ELECTIONS For girls and boys entering grades 3 - 6 How do you run for office? What do politicians do all day? Investigate how the United States government is organized to help run our country. Organize and run a campaign for an issue important to you like ice cream on Friday! Date/time: Monday – Thursday, July 18 - 22 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am Instructor: Lorraine Galbreath ( Fifth Grade Teacher ) Cost: $75


SC IEN C E , T EC H N O LO GY, E N G IN E ERING, MATH SCIENCE ROCKS! For girls and boys entering grades 1 - 3 Not your average summer camp: Archaeology and Fossils, Gems and Geology, Space and Rockets Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 20 - 24 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Lucy Wesson ( Lower School Science Teacher ) Cost: $150

CREATING A FAMILY GARDEN For Families Learn the basics of gardening for the whole family to plant, nurture, and watch grow! The Starter Session will cover the basics of planning your garden, soil preparation, what and when to plant, and basic composting. The Intermediate Session will cover more advanced topics including ongoing plant care for better harvests, organic pest control, and worm composting. ( You must attend the Starter class to register for the Intermediate class ) Date/time: Starter Class | Monday, June 6 | 9:00 am – Noon Intermediate Class | Tuesday, June 7 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Ali Koch ( Educator ) Cost: $30 per person/per class

BEEKEEPING 101 & 102 For girls & boys entering grades 1 - 8 and their families In Beekeeping 101, discover the basic components of a hive and how to maintain your own bee colony. Beekeeping 102 takes you through more advanced topics including harvesting honey and ways to ensure the health and safety of your bees. (Beekeeping 101 is a prerequisite class for Beekeeping 102) Date/time: Beekeeping 101 | Wednesday, June 8 | 9:00 am – Noon Beekeeping 102 | Thursday, June 9 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Ali Koch ( Educator ) Cost: $30 per person/per class

MAKER BOOTCAMP For girls and boys entering grades 4 - 7 and Destination Imagination Teams Explore storytelling, engineering and structural problem solving, visual arts skills, instant challenges, and presentation skills in one camp. Date/time: Monday – Friday, August 1 - 5 | 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Instructors: DI coaches and Team Managers Cost: $150

WE DO LEGO ROBOTICS For girls and boys entering grades K - 2 Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 11 - 15 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Lucy Wesson ( Lower School Science Teacher ) Cost: $150

FILMMAKING For girls and boys entering grades 6 - 8 Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 6 - 10 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Instructor: Nick Simpson ( Upper School Film & Media Teacher & Filmmaker ) Cost: $150

PODCASTING For girls and boys entering grades 8 - 12 Write and record your own radio shows. Date/time: Monday – Thursday, July 25 - 28 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Instructor: Nick Simpson ( Upper School Film & Media Teacher & Filmmaker ) Cost: $125

COMPUTER KEYBOARDING For girls and boys entering grades 3 - 6 Learn touch typing for increased speed and accuracy. Good keyboarding skills can also help students with time and task management. Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 11 - 15 | 10:30 am – Noon Instructor: Lorraine Galbreath ( Fifth Grade Teacher ) Cost: $85

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IBM’s GEAR-UP: PROGRAMMING AND ROBOTICS CAMP FOR GIRLS For girls entering grades 4 - 6 and 7 - 9 Explore technology across science, math and engineering real world problems as you build and program robotic cars. Date/time: Monday – Thursday, July 18 - 21 Grade 4 - 6 | 9:00 am – Noon Grade 7 - 9 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Instructors: Matthew Price & Adam Hayden ( IBM Programmers & Educators ) Cost: $50

GAME DESIGN For girls and boys entering grades 3 - 6 Design and build your own board game as you hone strategic thinking skills. Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 20 - 24 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Jennifer Stanford ( Graphic Design Artist & Second Grade Teacher ) Cost: $150

ENGINEERING BOOTCAMP For girls and boys entering grades 7 - 12 Come learn about the field of engineering and how it interacts with our everyday lives with a set of fun, hands-on projects and design challenges. Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 25 - 29 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Instructor: Matt Braby ( Upper School Science Teacher ) Cost: $175 includes supplies

BUILDING MATH SKILLS For girls and boys entering grades JK - K Math and engineering projects will explore key math concepts. Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 13 - 17 | 10:30 am – Noon Instructor: Ali Koch ( Educator ) Cost: $100

MATH AND MUD For girls and boys entering grades JK - 1 Discover math while exploring our farm. Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 25 - 29 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Ali Koch ( Educator ) Cost: $150

MAD MATH SKILLS For girls and boys entering grades 5 - 6 Date/time: Monday – Friday, August 1 - 5 | 9:30 am – 11:30 am Instructor: Michele Dennis ( Middle School Math Teacher ) Cost: $100

ALGEBRA REVIEW For girls and boys entering Algebra I Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 18 - 22 | 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Instructor: Nikki Wheaton ( Upper School Math Teacher ) Cost: $125

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FURTHE R ST U D I E S STUDY HABITS & NOTE TAKING For girls and boys entering grades 5 - 7 Date/time: Monday – Thursday, July 25 - 29 | 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm Instructor: Lorraine Galbreath ( Middle School Teacher ) Cost: $110

SEW FUN For girls and boys entering grades 3 - 6 Learn sewing basics and put your math skills to use. Repurpose clothes into new fashion statements and create festive items for your bedroom. Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 6 - 10 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Jennifer Stanford ( Graphic Design Artist & Second Grade Teacher ) Cost: $150

YOUTH BRIDGE CAMP Sponsored by the American Contract Bridge League For girls and boys entering grades 5 - 9 Several studies show that students who play bridge perform better on standardized tests. Increase analytical skills while learning a challenging game that can become a life-long pastime. Participants will receive a t-shirt and a bridge book, plus a chance to win prizes by playing Bridge Bingo and competing in a tournament to test their knowledge. It is recommended that you call Dr. Sherrell for more details about this camp. Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 11 - 15 | 9:00 am – 12:30 pm Instructor: Dr. Linda Sherrell ACBL Life Master Unit 144: Tennessee Bridge Association, Educational Liaison E-mail: linda.sherrell@gmail.com Cost: Free

JUNIOR BRIDGE CAMP Sponsored by the American Contract Bridge League For girls and boys entering grades 10 - college Learn the most challenging card game of all time while increasing your analytical skills. Several studies show that students who play bridge perform better on standardized tests. If you are entering or already attending college, you may be interested to know that the American Contract Bridge League offers several scholarships to college students. Participants will receive a t-shirt and a bridge book, plus a chance to win prizes by playing Bridge Bingo and competing in a tournament to test their knowledge. It is recommended that you call Dr. Sherrell for more details about this camp. Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 25 - 29 | 9:00 am – 12:30 pm Instructor: Dr. Linda Sherrell ACBL Life Master Unit 144: Tennessee Bridge Association, Educational Liaison E-mail: linda.sherrell@gmail.com

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PICASSO PROJECT For girls and boys entering grades 3 - 8 Language study meets art instruction in this fusion experience. Explore Picasso, Dali, and Goya and learn techniques to create pieces in the style of these renowned artists. The majority of class time will be conducted in Spanish; basic language skills are required. Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 27 - July 1 Grade 3 - 6 | 9:00 am – Noon Grade 7 - 10 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Instructor: Tammy Williamson ( Spanish Instructor & NEH Authors in the Prado Institute Scholar ) Cost: $150

SPANISH REVIEW For girls and boys entering grades 9 - 11 Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 25 - 29 | 10:00 am - 11:00 am Instructor: Glenda Akers ( Middle School Spanish Teacher ) Cost: $75

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Gotham Narrow BACK TOBook SC9/12 H O[basic O Lparagraph] O F F ER IN G S KIDS CONNECTION For Hutchison girls entering pre-kindergarten Date/time: Session I Monday – Friday, July 25 - 29 | 9:00 am – Noon Session II Monday – Friday, August 1 - 5 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Missy Prewitt ( Pre-kindergarten Teacher ) Cost: $150 per session

JUMP INTO JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN For Hutchison girls entering junior kindergarten Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 25 - 29 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Allyse Holcomb ( Junior Kindergarten Teacher ) Cost: $150

SAIL INTO KINDERGARTEN For Hutchison girls entering kindergarten Date/time: Monday – Friday, August 1 - 5 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Lauren Perry ( Kindergarten Teacher ) Cost: $150

BRUSH UP FOR FIRST GRADE For Hutchison girls entering grade 1 Date/time: Monday – Friday, August 1 - 5 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Heather Golden ( Kindergarten Teacher ) Cost: $150

CRUISIN INTO SECOND GRADE For Hutchison girls entering grade 2 Date/time: Monday – Friday, August 1 - 5 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Caroline Simpson ( Second Grade Teacher ) Cost: $150

TAKE OFF FOR THIRD GRADE For Hutchison girls entering grade 3 Date/time: Monday – Friday, August 1 - 5 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Rosie Hunt ( Third Grade Teacher ) Cost: $150

FLY INTO FOURTH GRADE For Hutchison girls entering grade 4 Date/time: Monday – Friday, August 1 - 5 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Nancy Fields ( Fourth Grade Teacher ) Cost: $150

GIRLS GUIDE TO MIDDLE SCHOOL For Hutchison girls entering grade 5 and middle school girls new to Hutchison Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 25 – 29 | 9:30 am – Noon Instructor: Vicki Koehn ( Fifth Grade Teacher ) Cost: $150

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ABIGAIL WARE WILLIAMS

LEADERSHIP Institute

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LEMONADE STANDS

LAUNCH! MUSIC INDUSTRY EDITION

For girls and boys entering grades 1 - 3 Create a lemonade recipe, design a stand, and market your product through an original logo, jingle, and commercial. Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 13 - 17 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Jennifer Stanford ( Graphic Design Artist & Second Grade Teacher ) Cost: $150

BABYSITTING BASICS For girls and boys entering grades 5 - 8 Learn through hands-on participation. Gain an overview of basic childcare, including feeding, diapering, bathing, and safe playing. Date/time: Thursday, June 2 | 9:00 am - 2:00 pm Instructor: Allyse Holcomb ( Junior Kindergarten Teacher ) Cost: $55

THE ART OF THE COOKIE For girls and boys entering grades 5 - 8 Create and design a signature cookie recipe. Explore marketing and product analysis as your team develops your branding strategies. Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 13 - 17 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Instructor: Jennifer Stanford ( Graphic Design Artist & Second Grade Teacher ) Cost: $150

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For girls entering grades 5 - 8 Explore how ideas in the music industry are transformed into business. Learn graphic design basics by developing logos, t-shirts, CD covers, wardrobe and make-up styling, even press packets for a real live rock band as your client. Develop business savy as you represent your client. Your week culminates in introducing your band and unveiling your logo, t-shirt, and CD cover before performing original songs at the Delta Girls Rock Camp Concert. Showcase will kick-off at 6:00 pm on June 24. Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 20 - 24 | 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm Instructor: Jennifer Stanford ( Graphic Design Artist & Second Grade Teacher ) Cost: $150

LET’S INNOVATE THROUGH EDUCATION WORKSHOPS For girls and boys entering grades 11 - 12 Ever wanted to know how to start a business? Learn how to take a great idea from the launch phase through business strategies, budgeting, test marketing, and pitching your ideas. You also will get to identify and generate solutions through case studies, expert interviews, and collaboration. Those with the best ideas move on to a six-month finalist program led by Hardy Farrow, where they will actually launch ideas. Date/time: Monday – Thursday, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Session I June 13 - 16 Session II June 20 - 23 Session III June 27 - 30 Session IV July 5 - 8 Instructor: Hardy Farrow ( Upper School Teacher & Recipient of National Teach for America Innovation Award ) Cost: $25


C ITIZ E N SH I P A N D S E RV I C E TEA TIME For girls entering grades JK - K Explore table manners and politeness as you host a tea party for your family. Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 18 - 22 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Lauren Perry ( Kindergarten Teacher ) Cost: $150

MIND YOUR PS AND QS Presented by Girl Scouts Heart of the South For girls entering grades 1 - 3 Hone your table manners, meeting and greeting skills, and speaking and presentation skills, while making new friends. Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 11 - 15 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Cosette Hawkinson ( Girl Scouts Staff ) Cost: $90

LEADING FROM THE HEART Presented by Girl Scouts Heart of the South For girls entering grades 4 - 5 Hone your meeting and greeting skills, friendship and empathy applications, and collaboration and presentation skills, while exploring leadership, service, and citizenship. Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 18 - 22 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Cosette Hawkinson ( Girl Scouts Staff ) Cost: $90

LEADING GIRLS: DISCOVER YOUR ROLE IN LEADERSHIP For girls entering grades 7 - 10 Hone your creativity, explore your growth mindset, learn self-care techniques, build friendships, and find your purpose in this camp designed for you. Date/time: Tuesday - Thursday Session I June 28 - 30 | 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Session II July 5 - 7 | 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Instructors: Erika Cain ( Girl24 Movement Founder ) Cost: $25

INTERN SH I P CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE SUMMER INTERNSHIPS For girls and boys entering grades 9 - 12 Please contact the Center office at (901) 507–2460 for an application packet. Date/Time: Mondays – Fridays, June 1 – July 31 | 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Coordinator: Tracey Zerwig Ford ( Center for Excellence Director ) Cost: Free

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For girls entering grades PK - K Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 6 - 10 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Louisa Koeppel ( Dancer, Teacher & Choreographer ) Cost: $150

Offered by Tennessee Shakespeare Company For girls and boys entering grades JK - 1 Learn famous fables and folktales from all different cultures and then act them out. Explore a different folktale for every day including Chicken Little, The Tortoise and the Hare, The Bremen Town Musicians, and Anansi. Date/time: Tuesday – Friday, July 5 - 8 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructors: Tennessee Shakespeare Company Teaching Artists Cost: $150

CHILDRENS’ BALLET THEATRE

LIVE YOUR OWN FAIRYTALE!

For girls and boys entering grades K - 12 Attend daily ballet, jazz, and lyrical classes. Pointe work is included for older dancers. Learn classical choreography from the beautiful Cinderella Ballet and the CBT Nutcracker. Outside play is included, and each day dancers will have free time to prepare for the CBT Talent show night on the Hutchison stage! This camp prepares students for the annual production of the Children’s Ballet Theater Nutcracker on the GPAC stage held each December. The camp will culminate in an exciting performance of classical and contemporary dance onstage for friends and family. Early care is provided by CBT starting at 8:00 am. Aftercare is available through the SPARK program until 6:00 pm. For more information visit www.BalletChildren.com or email info@balletchildren.com Date/Time: Monday – Friday, July 25 - 29 Grade K - 1 | 9:00 am – Noon Grade 2 - 12 | Beginner/Intermediate 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Instructor: Mary Van Dyke ( Former Ballerina & Artistic Director ) Cami Curran, Alyssa Abbas, Nora Curran, Anna Palazola, and Erin Walter ( CBT Faculty ) Cost: Grades K - 1 | $165 Grades 2 - 12 | $250

Offered by Tennessee Shakespeare Company For girls and boys entering grades 2 - 5 In this exciting one-week camp, students will explore famous fairy tales, re-living the stories as the characters themselves. Students will present their favorite characters on the last day of camp! Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 13 - 17 | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Instructors: Tennessee Shakespeare Company Teaching Artists Cost: $250

BOOKS AND BALLET

COLLAGE DANCE COLLECTIVE SUMMER INTENSIVE For girls and boys ages 8 - 20 Hutchison will host Collage Dance Collective Summer Intensive again this year. To find out more about this dance training opportunity and to sign up, please visit collagedance.org. Date/time: Monday – Saturday, July 11 - 23

WINNIE THE POOH: THEATRE PRODUCTION CAMP For girls and boys entering grades 2 - 6 Advanced and beginning actors build skills and mount a showcase of a classic story. Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 5 - 15 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Instructor: Leslie Reddick ( Grace St. Luke’s Performing Arts Director ) Cost: $250

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CREATE YOUR OWN SHAKESPEAREAN TALE! Offered by Tennessee Shakespeare Company For girls and boys entering grades 7 - 12 What would happen if Romeo and Hamlet met? Or if Julius Caesar joined the cast of A Midsummer Night’s Dream? In this two-week interactive camp, students will devise a new play using Shakespeare’s characters, plots, and even iambic pentameter! Students will perform the new works on the last day of camp. Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 20 - July 1 | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Instructors: Tennessee Shakespeare Company Teaching Artists Cost: $450

SUMMER STAGECRAFT INTENSIVE For girls and boys entering grades 9 - 12 This two-week intensive course is designed to introduce the technical facets of theatrical productions, including the design, construction, and operation of the myriad of disciplines which are technical theatre. Hutchison girls may take this course for ½ credit. They will design projects and explore team building, communication, and organizational skills by working on the fall production in the theatre. Discussions foster articulate aesthetic practical responses to artistic choices and their purpose and outcomes for theatre. Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 25 - August 5 | 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Instructor: Jake Lacher ( Theater Technical Director & Upper School Theatre Teacher ) Cost: $985

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MEDI A ARTS A N D CO MMUNIC AT IONS FILMMAKING Date/time: Instructor: Cost:

Monday – Friday, June 6 - 10 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Nick Simpson ( Upper School Film & Media Teacher & Filmmaker ) $150

PODCASTING For girls and boys entering grades 6 - 8 Write and record your own radio show. Date/time: Monday – Thursday, July 25 - 28 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Instructor: Nick Simpson ( Upper School Film & Media Teacher & Filmmaker ) Cost: $125

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY For girls and boys entering grades 6 - 9 Spend the week in the photography studio learning lighting and camera techniques for portrait, product, and fashion photography. Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 11 - 15 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Instructor: Clay Ayers ( Photographer ) Cost: $150

MUSIC MUSIC MAKERS For girls and boys entering JK Explore instruments and rhythms while learning songs from around the world. Date/time: Tuesday – Friday, July 5 - 8 | 9:30 am – 11:30 am Instructor: Madison Murray ( Music Instructor ) Cost: $75

SING, DANCE, PLAY For girls and boys entering grades JK – 1 Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 11 - 15 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Hutchison Staff Cost: $150

SHOW CHOIR For girls and boys entering grades 3 - 5 and 6 - 8 and 9 - 12 Learn to sing musical theater and pop music and put it to choreography! This two-week intensive camp will sharpen your singing, confidence, stage presence, and choreography through musical performance. Prepare thematic mini-shows performed with live music on the final day of the camp. Date/time: Monday - Friday, June 13 - 24 | 9:00 am - Noon Instructors: Calvin Ellis & Jauna Ellis ( Music Directors ) Cost: $250

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DELTA GIRLS ROCK CAMP For girls entering grades 3 - 8 Learn the basics of an instrument and practice with a small group that you will perform with during a full production showcase at the end of the week. Showcase performance will take place on June 24 at 6:00 pm in Hutchison’s Wiener Theater. Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 20 - 24 | 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm Instructors: Various DGRC Staff & Guest Artists Cost: $125

LAUNCH! MUSIC INDUSTRY EDITION For girls entering grades 5 - 8 Explore how ideas in the music industry are transformed into business. Learn graphic design basics by developing logos, t-shirts, CD covers, wardrobe and make-up styling, even press packets for a real live rock band as your client. Develop business savy as you represent your client. Your week culminates in introducing your band and unveiling your logo, t-shirt, and CD cover before performing original songs at the Delta Girls Rock Camp Concert. Showcase will kick-off at 6:00 pm on June 24. Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 20 - 24 | 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm Instructor: Jennifer Stanford ( Graphic Design Artist & Teacher ) Cost: $150

SONGWRITING & RECORDING STUDIO SESSION For girls and boys grades 5 - 12 Bring original song ideas to develop and collaborate as a group. Wrap up your writing sessions by learning to record your own songs in an on-campus studio. Topics will include introduction to studio gear, microphone placement, performing in a studio, volume levels, using faders for recording and mixing, using EQ settings, overlaying tracks, and using effects. Date/time: Monday – Thursday, June 27 - 30 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Alicja Trout ( Local Musician & Songwriter ) Cost: $100


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VIS UA L A RTS ARTRAGEOUS For girls and boys entering grade JK - 1 Date/times: Monday – Friday, July 18 - 22 Grade JK | 9:00 am – Noon Grades K – 1 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Instructor: Elizabeth Bowen ( Early Childhood Teacher & Artist ) Cost: $150

DRAWING AND PAINTING For girls and boys entering grades 1 – 4 Date/time: Monday - Friday Session I June 6 - 17 | 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Session II July 25 - 29 | 9:00 am - Noon Instructor: Dana Harris ( Painter & Teaching Artist ) Cost: Session I $250 (two weeks) Session II $150 (one week)

ADVANCED DRAWING & PAINTING For girls and boys entering grades 5 – 8 Date/time: Monday - Friday Session I June 6 – 17 | 9:00 am – Noon Session II July 25 - 29 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Instructor: Dana Harris ( Painter & Teaching Artist ) Cost: Session I $250 (two weeks) Session II $150 (one week)

STREET ART For girls and boys entering grades 3 - 8 Learn how to create and paint on a large scale. Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 20 - 24 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Brandon Marshall ( Artist ) Cost: $150

HAND BUILDING POTTERY For girls and boys entering grades 1 - 4 Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 6 - 17 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Liz Turvaville ( Painter & Ceramist ) Cost: $250

POTTERY ON THE WHEEL For girls and boys entering grades 5 - 8 Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 6 - 17 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Instructor: Liz Turvaville ( Painter & Ceramist ) Cost: $250

ADVANCED POTTERY For girls and boys entering grades 6 - 12 who have taken two semesters of pottery Date/time: Monday – Friday, August 1 - 5 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Instructor: Liz Turvaville ( Painter & Ceramist ) Cost: $250

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MOSAIC TILE ART For girls and boys entering grades 3 - 8 Date/time: Monday – Friday, August 8 - 12 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructors: Kristi Duckworth ( Ceramist & Painter ) Cost: $150

Secrets of Portrait Painting For girls and boys entering grades 9 - adults All levels welcome. Learn from master portrait painter Glenda Brown. Date/time: Tuesday – Thursday, August 2 - 4 | 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Instructors: Glenda Brown ( Painter ) Cost: $300

SUMMER STUDIO ART INTENSIVE For girls and boys entering grades 9 - 12 This two-week intensive course is designed to further equip you with drawing skills needed to pursue higher level art courses. Hutchison girls may take the course for ½ credit. Because drawing is the foundation that visual art is built upon, this class will predominately focus on advancing drawing skills. Various mediums will be used including charcoal, pastel, ink, collage, and paint. Most of the class will be spent drawing from life which is invaluable in the art education process. Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 13 - 24 | 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Instructor: Jeanette Leake ( Middle & Upper School Art Teacher & Painter ) Cost: $985


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GENERA L FIELD DAY For girls and boys entering grades JK - 2 Outdoor fun and games leading up to a field day. Learn sport basics and good sportsmanship. Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 18 - 22 | 9:00 am – 11:00 am Instructor: Ali Koch ( Educator ) Cost: $100

WINGS GYMNASTICS For girls and boys entering grades PK - K and 1 - 4 Date/time: Monday – Friday | 9:00 am – Noon Session I June 6 - 10 Session II July 18 - 22 Instructors: Kathy Romine ( Wings Gymnastics ) Cost: $225 per session

CHEER NATION! For girls entering grades JK - 2 Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 20 - 24 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Samantha Lott ( Former Cheerleader ) Cost: $150

Clin ics BASKETBALL CLINIC For girls entering grades 5 - 8 Date/time: Monday – Friday, July 25 - 29 | 9:00 am – 11:00 am Instructor: Thomas Jones ( Varsity Basketball Coach, AAU Coach & Basketball Trainer ) Cost: $150 or $30 per day

RUNNING CLINIC For girls entering grades 3 - 8 Date/time: Monday – Thursday, June 27 - 30 | 8:30 am – 10:30 am Instructor: Rachel Randall ( Lower School Teacher & Runner ) Cost: $100

VOLLEYBALL ALL SKILLS CLINIC For girls entering grades 5 - 8 Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 27 - July 1 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Hutchison Staff Cost: $150

QUICKSTART TENNIS For girls and boys entering grades JK - 1 Date/time: Monday – Thursday | 9:00 am – 10:15 am Session I June 6 - 9 Session II June 27 - 30 Session III July 11 - 14 Session IV July 25 - 29 Instructor: Kristen Mitchell ( Hutchison Middle School Tennis Coach ) Cost: $130 per session

SOCCER CAMP For girls and boys entering grades K - 4 Date/time: Monday – Friday, June 13 - 17 | 9:00 am – 11:00 am Instructor: Mary Monaghan ( Middle School Teacher & Soccer Coach ) Cost: $125

BASKETBALL SKILLS & DRILLS For girls entering grades 1 - 5 and 6 - 8 Date/time: Thursday and Friday | June 2 - 3 Grades 1 - 5 | 8:30 am – 10:30 am Grades 6 - 8 | 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Instructor: Thomas Jones ( Varsity Basketball Coach, AAU Coach & Basketball Trainer ) Cost: $25 per day

FCA LACROSSE For girls entering grades 3 - 8 FCA Lacrosse Camp will focus on skill-building activities with training by local and national clinicians, competitive games, and a round-robin competition. FCA is a nonprofit interdenominational organization promoting positive principles to sports-minded individuals around the globe. This camp is for any athlete who loves lacrosse and has an openness to grow in her relationship with God. Daily devotionals will be held and participants will receive a Bible and camp t–shirt. On Friday, June 12, there will be a lunch and speaker for girls and parents. Date/time: Monday – Thursday, June 6 - 9 | 8:30 am - 11:30 am Instructors: David Gearhardt ( Hutchison Lacrosse and No-Excuse Coach & FCA Lacrosse Staff ) Cost: $225

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Educators I nst i t u te IBM’s GEAR-UP: PROGRAMMING AND ROBOTICS CAMP FOR GIRLS For girls entering grades 4 - 6 and 7 - 9 and educators Girls will explore technology across science, math, and engineering real world problems as they build and program robotic cars. Educators can attend one or more sessions to watch how students can use technology with cloud-based resources for robotics and programming activities. Date/time: Monday – Thursday, July 18 - 21 Grade 4 - 6 | 9:00 am – Noon Grade 7 - 9 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Instructors: Matthew Price & Adam Hayden ( IBM Programmers & Educators ) Cost: Free

PHYSICAL EDUCATION WORKSHOP For educators Spend a day exploring new primary and secondary activities through health and physical education with an industry expert. Date/time: Thursday, August 10 | 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Instructor: Former National Physical Education Teacher of the Year Cost: $75

WELL-BEING THROUGH MINDFULNESS For educators Mindfulness reduces stress, improves memory, and increases empathy and compassion. Develop a sitting mediation practice and a deepening of daily meditative awareness as you create a more relaxed and optimistic classroom atmosphere. Date/time: Monday, June 13 | 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Instructor: Suzanne Martin ( Mindfulness Instructor ) Cost: $25

CREATING A FOUNDATION OF MINDFUL AWARENESS For early childhood and lower school teachers The expectations of our youngest students continue to increase. Share the basic tools of mindfulness with them so they are able to self-regulate and cultivate the habit of intentional presence. Discover practical examples to help students slow down, focus, transition well, make choices, and increase compassion. Date/time: Monday, June 27 | 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Instructor: Suzanne Martin ( Mindfulness Instructor ) Cost: $25

SO MANY PICTURE BOOKS, SO LITTLE TIME For early childhood and lower school educators Preview over 45 new books from 2015 and 2016. This workshop is designed to help teachers immerse students in the latest literature using 21st century learning skills. All books will be correlated with standards and aligned to suggested websites for engaging and extending the language arts learning. Walk away with 45 new technology resources and a list of at least 45 books. Date/time: Thursday, July 28 | 8:30 am – 3:00 pm Instructor: Dr. Wendy Ellis ( Director of Reading, Assistant Professor at Harding University ) Cost: $100

TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION For early childhood and lower school educators Join Hutchison’s technology integrationists in our innovation labs to explore project based learning from planning through process-to artifacts. Date/time: Tuesday, July 26 | 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm Instructor: Jennifer Stover ( Technology Integrationist ) Cost: $25

PAREN T C E N T E R FAMILY FISHING RODEO For families Ever want to fish in the Hutchison lake? Here is your chance! Work with our science department members to weigh, measure, and record fish. You bring the poles; we will provide the popsicles. Date/time: Thursday, June 9 | 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Host: Hutchison Staff & Dr. Becky Deere Cost: Free

CREATING A FAMILY GARDEN For families Learn the basics of planning a family garden from planting, nurturing, and then watching it grow! The Starter Session will cover the basics of planning your garden, soil preparation, what and when to plant, and basic composting. The Intermediate Session will cover more advanced topics including ongoing plant care for better harvests, organic pest control, and worm composting. ( You must attend the Starter class to register for the Intermediate class. ) Date/time: Starter Class | Monday, June 6 | 9:00 am – Noon Intermediate Class | Tuesday, June 7 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Ali Koch ( Educator ) Cost: $30 per participant per session

BEEKEEPING 101 and 102 For girls and boys entering grades 1 - 8 and families In Beekeeping 101, discover the basic components of a hive and how to maintain your own bee colony. Beekeeping 102 explores more advanced topics including harvesting honey and ways to ensure the health and safety of your bees. ( Beekeeping 101 is a prerequisite class for Beekeeping 102. ) Date/time: Beekeeping 101 | Wednesday, June 8 | 9:00 am – Noon Beekeeping 102 | Thursday, June 9 | 9:00 am – Noon Instructor: Ali Koch (Educator ) Cost: $30 per participant per session

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Center for Excellence Weekly Offerings W E E K T IMES INSTRUCTOR COST AC A D E M Y E nteri ng G rades WEEK 1 May 30 - June 3 Basketball Skills & Drills

8:30 am - 10:30 am

Jones

$25/day

Sports

1-5

Basketball Skills & Drills

11:00 am - 10:30 am

Jones

$25/day

Sports

6-8

Babysitting Basics 9:00 am - 2:00 pm Holcomb $55/day Leadership 5 - 8

WEEK 2 June 6 - 10 Quickstart Tennis (M-Th)

9:00 am - 10:15 am

Mitchell

$130

Sports

JK - 1

Creating a Family Garden-Starter Class (M)

9:00 am - Noon

Koch

$30

Scholars/Parents

All

Creating a Family Garden-Inter. Class (T)

9:00 am - Noon

Koch

$30

Scholars/Parents

All

Beekeeping 101 (W) 9:00 am - Noon Koch $30 Scholars/Parents All Beekeeping 102 (Th)

9:00 am - Noon

Koch

$30

Scholars/Parents

All

Sew Fun 9:00 am - Noon Stanford $150 Scholars 3 - 12 Books and Ballet 9:00 am - Noon Koeppel $150 Arts PK - K Show Choir 9:00 am - Noon Ellis $250 Arts 3 - 12 Drawing and Painting

9:00 am - Noon

Harris

$250

Arts

5-8

Handbuilding Pottery 9:00 am - Noon Turvaville $250 Arts 1 - 4 Wings Gymnastics 9:00 am - Noon Wings $225 Sports PK - 4 Pottery on the Wheel

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Turvaville

$250

Arts

5-8

Drawing and Painting

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Harris

$250

Arts

1 - 4

Filmmaking 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Simpson $150 Scholars 6 - 8 Family Fishing Rodeo (Th)

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Hutchison staff

Free

Parents

All

FCA Lacrosse 8:30 am - 11:30 am Gearhardt $225 Sports 3 - 8 20


WEEK 3 June 13 - 17 Summer Studio Art Intensive

8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Leake

$985

Arts

9 - 12

Soccer Camp

9:00 am - 11:00 am

Monaghan

$125

Sports

K-4

American Girl Book Club

9:00 am - Noon

Golden

$150

Scholars

K-2

Zoo Crew 9:00 am - Noon Lott $150 Scholars PK - JK Lemonade Stands 9:00 am - Noon Standford $150 Leadership 1 - 3 Show Choir 9:00 am - Noon Ellis $250 Arts 3 - 12 Drawing and Painting

9:00 am - Noon

Harris

$250

Arts

5-8

Handbuilding Pottery 9:00 am - Noon Turvaville $250 Arts 1 - 4 Live Your Own Fairytale!

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

TN Shakespeare Company

$250

Arts

2-4

Well-Being Through Mindfulness (M)

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Martin

$25

Educators

Educators

Building Math Skills 10:30 am - Noon Koch $100 Scholars JK - K Pottery on the Wheel

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Turvaville

$250

Arts

5-8

Drawing and Painting

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Harris

$250

Arts

1-4

Let’s Innovate Through Education (M-Th)

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Farrow

$25

Leadership

9 - 12

The Art of the Cookie

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Stanford

$150

Leadership

5-8

8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Leake

$985

Arts

9 - 12

WEEK 4 June 20 - 24 Summer Studio Art Intensive

Science Rocks! 9:00 am - Noon Wesson $150 Scholars 1 - 3 Fancy Nancy Book Club

9:00 am - Noon

Perry

$150

Scholars

K-2

Game Design 9:00 am - Noon Stanford $150 Scholars 3 - 6 Street Art 9:00 am - Noon Marshall $150 Arts 3 - 8 Cheer Nation! 9:00 am - Noon Lott $150 Sports JK - 2 Create Your Own Shakespearean Tale!

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

TN Shakespeare Company

$450

Arts

7 - 12

Delta Girls Rock Camp

12:30 pm - 4:00 pm

DGRC staff

$125

Arts

3-8

Launch! Music Industry Edition

12:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Stanford

$150

Leadership

5-8

Let’s Innovate Through Education (M-Th)

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Farrow

$25

Leadership

9 - 12

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W E E K T IMES INSTRUCTOR COST AC A D E M Y E nteri ng G rades WEEK 5 June 27 - July 1 Running Clinic (M-Th)

8:30 am - 10:30 am

Randall

$100

Sports

3-8

Quickstart Tennis (M-Th)

9:00 am - 10:15 am

Mitchell

$130

Sports

JK - 1

Volleyball All Skills Clinic

9:00 am - Noon

Hutchison staff

$150

Sports

5-8

Picasso Project 9:00 am - Noon Williamson $150 Scholars 3 - 6 Songwriting & Recording Studio Sessions

9:00 am - Noon

Trout

$150

Arts

5 - 12

Leading Girls

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Cain

$25

Leadership

7 - 10

Create Your Own Shakespearean Tale!

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

TN Shakespeare Company

$450

Arts

7 - 12

Creating A Foundation of Mindful Awareness

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Martin

$25

Educators

Educators

Pirate Adventure: The Lost Adventure (M-Th)

10:00 am - Noon

Stanford

$75

Scholars

JK - 1

American Adventure: Founding of America (M-Th)

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Stanford

$75

Scholars

2-4

Picasso Project

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Williamson

$150

Scholars

7 - 10

Let’s Innovate Through Education (M-Th)

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Farrow

$25

Leadership

9 - 12

Fun With Fables and Folktales! (T-F)

9:00 am - Noon

TN Shakespeare Company

$150

Arts

JK - 1

Music Makers (M-Th)

9:30 am - 11:30 am

Murray

$75

Arts

PK - JK

Leading Girls

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Cain

$25

Leadership

7 - 10

Winnie the Pooh: Theatre Production Camp (T-F)

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Reddick

$250

Arts

2-6

Let’s Innovate Through Education (T-F)

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Farrow

$25

Leadership

9 - 12

WEEK 6 July 5 - 8

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WEEK 7 July 11 - 15 Quickstart Tennis (M-Th)

9:00 am - 10:15 am

Mitchell

$130

Sports

JK - 1

Zoo Crew 9:00 am - Noon Oates $150 Scholars PK - JK We Do Lego Robotics

9:00 am - Noon

Wesson

$150

Scholars

K-2

Mind Your P’s & Q’s

9:00 am - Noon

Hawkinson

$90

Leadership

1-3

Sing, Dance, Play 9:00 am - Noon Staff $150 Arts JK - 1 Youth Bridge Camp 9:00 am - 12:30 pm Sherrell free Scholars 5 - 9 Collage Dance Collective Summer Intensive

Collage Dance Co

Arts

12 - adult

Writers for Life

Kelly

Scholars

6 - 8

10:00 am - Noon

$200

Computer Keyboarding 10:30 am - Noon Galbreath $85 Scholars 3 - 6 Winnie the Pooh: Theatre Production Camp

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Reddick

$250

Arts

2-6

Writers Café 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Cervetti $150 Scholars 3 - 4 Digital Photography 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Ayers $150 Arts 6 - 9

WEEK 8 July 18 - 22 Field Day 9:00 am - 11:00 pm Koch $100 Sports JK - 2 Hogwarts at Hutchison

9:00 am - Noon

Kent/Wesson

$150

Scholars

2-5

Tea Time 9:00 am - Noon Perry $150 Leadership JK - K Leading from the Heart

9:00 am - Noon

Hawkinson

$90

Leadership

4-5

Artrageous 9:00 am - Noon Bowen $150 Arts JK Wings Gymnastics 9:00 am - Noon Wings $225 Sports PK - 4 IBM’s Gear-Up: Programming & Robotics Camp

9:00 am - Noon

IBM

$50

Scholars/Educators

4-6

Stumped! Politics and Elections

10:00 am - 11:30 am

Galbreath

$75

Scholars

3-6

Writers for Life

10:00 am - Noon

Kelly

$200

Scholars

6 - 8

Algebra Review 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Wheaton $125 Scholars 6 - 8 IBM’s Gear-Up: Programming & Robotics Camp

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

IBM

$50

Scholars/Educators

7-9

Artrageous 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Bowen $150 Arts K - 1 Writers for Life

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Kelly

$150

Scholars

9 - 12

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W E E K T IMES INSTRUCTOR COST AC A D E M Y E nteri ng G rades WEEK 9 July 25 - 29 So Many Picture Books 8:30 am - 3:00 pm Ellis $100 Educators Educators Summer Stagecraft Intensive

8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Lacher

$985

Arts

9 - 12

Quickstart Tennis (M-Th)

9:00 am - 10:15 am

Mitchell

$130

Sports

JK - 1

Basketball Clinic

9:00 am - 11:00 am

Jones

$150 or $30/day

Sports

5-8

Awesome Authors 9:00 am - Noon Davidson/Chelsoi $150 Scholars 3 - 4 Kids Connection I 9:00 am - Noon Prewitt $150 Scholars PK Jump Into 9:00 am - Noon Holcomb $150 Scholars JK Math and Mud 9:00 am - Noon Koch $150 Scholars JK - 1 Children’s Ballet Theater

9:00 am - Noon

CBT

$165

Arts

K-1

Children’s Ballet Theater

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

CBT

$250

Arts

2 - 12

Drawing and Painting

9:00 am - Noon

Harris

$150

Arts

1-4

Junior Bridge Camp 9:00 am - 12:30 pm Sherrell free Scholars 10 - college Girls Guide to Middle School

9:30 am - Noon

Koehn

$150

Scholars

5

Spanish Review 10:00 am - 11:00 am Akers $75 Scholars 9 - 11 Drawing and Painting

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Harris

$150

Arts

5-8

Podcasting (M-Th)

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Simpson

$125

Scholars

8 - 12

Study Habits & Note Taking (M-Th)

1:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Galbreath

$110

Scholars

5-7

Engineering Bootcamp

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Braby

$175

Scholars

9 - 12

Technology Integration (T)

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Stover

$50

Educators

Educators

WEEK 10 August 1 - 5 Kids Connection II 9:00 am - Noon Prewitt $150 Scholars PK Sail Into Kingergarten 9:00 am - Noon Perry $150 Scholars K Brush Up for First Grade

9:00 am - Noon

Golden

$150

Scholars

1

Cruisin Into Second Grade

9:00 am - Noon

Simpson

$150

Scholars

2

Take Off for Third Grade

9:00 am - Noon

Hunt

$150

Scholars

3

Fly Into Fourth Grade

9:00 am - Noon

Fields

$150

Scholars

4

Mad Math Skills

9:30 am - 11:30 am

Dennis

$100

Scholars

5 - 6

Secret of Portrait Painting

10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Brown

$300

Arts

9 - adult

Mr. Lemoncello’s Library: Book Club

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Huddleston

$100

Scholars

5-8

Maker Bootcamp

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

DI team managers

$150

Scholars

4-7

Advanced Pottery 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Turvaville $250 Arts 6 - 12

WEEK 11 August 8 - 12 Mosaic Tile Art

9:00 am - Noon

Duckworth

Physical Education Workshop (Th) 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Former National Physical Education Workshop 24

$150

Arts

3-8

$75

Educators

Educators


SPARK Day Camp

SPARK DAY CAMP Weekly themes

F OR GIRLS ENTERING GRADES PK­– 7 a n d B OYS ENTERING J K – 4 Hutchison’s SPARK day camp is a traditional day camp that girls and boys have loved for years. We offer 11 weeks of camp, making it easy to fit one or more weeks into your vacation schedule. Our “drop in for a day of camp” option is $60 per day, based on availability. Campers must be 3 years of age by June 1, 2016, and potty–trained; all other campers must be 4 years of age or older by June 1, 2016.

Session 1: May 31 - June 3 Off to Camp Session 2: June 6 - 10 Wild Wild West

Campers are grouped by grade and gender. Rising pre-kindergarten girls are called Bumblebees; junior-kindergarten and kindergarten girls are Ladybugs; first and second grade girls are Butterflies; third and fourth grade girls are Sting; fifth through seventh grade girls are Hive. Our boys are Dragonflies and participate in activities as one group. On our secure, beautiful 52-acre wooded and gated campus, campers enjoy a broad array of daily activities, taking advantage of all of Hutchison’s facilities, including soccer fields, athletic center, lake, swimming pool, and theater. Campers have the opportunity to canoe and fish in our campus lake, swim daily at the Hutchison swimming pool staffed by a certified lifeguard at all times, slide on our waterslide, play games, create theme-related arts & crafts, sing silly camp songs, and much more. We incorporate an academic pursuits time for campers in grades 1 – 7 to work on summer reading and math packets. Quiet activities and games will be available for campers who do not have summer packets. Camp Schedule SPARK Day Camp is open Monday–Friday, from 9:00 am–3:00 pm with these two exceptions: SPARK Day Camp will not be in session on Monday, May 30, and Monday, July 4. Weekly rates are $215 ($175 for May 31-June 3

Session 3: June 13 - 17 Under the Big Top Session 4: June 20 - 24 Rock N Rollin Session 5: June 27 - July 1 Neverland Session 6: July 5 - 8 Stars and Stripes Forever

and July 5-8) Early Care Early Care is available to registered campers from 7:30 am – 9:00 am for an additional charge: $30 per

Session 7: July 11 - 15 Blast from the Past

session ($25 during sessions 1 and 6). No deposit is required for Early Care; however, campers must sign up in advance to ensure we have available space. The full Early Care fee is due on the Monday of each week of attendance. Extended Care Extended Care is available to registered campers from 3:00–6:00 pm for an additional charge: $60 per session ( $50 during sessions 1 and 6). No deposit is required for Extended Care; however, campers must sign up in

advance to ensure we have available space. The full Extended Care fee is due on the Monday of each week of attendance.

Summer Fun with Mrs. Burt

Session 8: July 18 - 22 Kamp Kitchens Session 9: July 25 - 29 Game Show Mania

For girls entering grades JK – 3

Session 10: August 1 - 5 Around the World in 5 Days

Join this “just for fun” experience. Each day is loaded with exciting activities: we cook our own snacks, make crafts, and swim. Bring your own drinks and lunches. Who wants to play “Red Rover, Red Rover” and “What Time Is It, Mr. Fox?” See you there!

Session 11: August 8 - 12 Summer Olympics

Date/time: June 20 - 24, | 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Cost: $150

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Center for Excellence and SPARK Summer 2016 To register, please complete both sides of this form with appropriate payment to Hutchison Center for Excellence or SPARK, 1740 Ridgeway Road, Memphis, TN 38119. Registrations are not accepted without class fees or payment as indicated. Refunds: Except in cases of illness or emergency that are disclosed to the Center for Excellence and SPARK Offices prior to the start of an activity, refunds will not be given after the classes begin. Please review the full Refund Policy listed on the General Information page for cancellation guidelines. Student’s Name: _________________________________________________________ Gender: ___M ___F Age as of June 1, 2016 ___________ School: ________________________________________________________________ Grade, Fall ’16 _____ Student Address: ________________________________________________________ City __________________________________________ State _______ Zip __________ Parent 1: ______________________________ _____ Parent 1 Contact Phone: ______________________________ Parent 1 Email: ______________________________ Parent 1 Alt Phone: ______________________________ Parent 1 Address: ______________________________________________ City __________________________________________ State _______ Zip __________ Parent 2: ___________________________________ Parent 2 Contact Phone: ______________________________ Parent 2 Email: ______________________________ Parent 2 Alt Phone: ______________________________ Parent 2 Address: ______________________________________________ City __________________________________________ State _______ Zip __________ In the event a parent cannot be reached in case of emergency, please call: Name ____________________________________________________________ Phone _(______)__________________ Doctor’s Name _____________________________________________________ Phone _(______)__________________ Preferred Hospital ___________________________________ Does your child require any emergency medication (such as an Epipen)? ___Yes ___No If yes, what type of medication? Please remember that if emergency medication such as an Epipen or inhaler is required, it must be provided to the SPARK director. Please list any dietary restrictions, physical restrictions, or allergies ________________________________________________________________________________ Persons authorized to pick up my child (other than parents): Name _____________________________________________________________ Phone _(______)_________________ Name _____________________________________________________________ Phone _(______)_________________ Hutchison SPARK Day Camp fees include a T–shirt. Please indicate your child’s T–shirt size: ___Youth XS ___ Youth S How did you hear about Hutchison’s Center for Excellence and SPARK! Program? (check all that apply) Current Hutchison student friend brochure print ad _______________________________

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web site ___________________________________

I represent and warrant to Hutchison School that, except as otherwise stated above in writing, my child is in good health, both physically and mentally, and is fully able to participate in all activities of Hutchison’s Center for Excellence and SPARK Programs. I, on behalf of myself, my spouse, and my child, waive any and all claims and fully and finally release and discharge Hutchison School, Hutchison’s Center for Excellence, and Hutchison School’s SPARK Programs and their respective trustees, officers, employees, agents, and representatives from any and all claims for personal injury, including death, and/or property damage arising out of or relating to my child’s participation in any and all activities at Hutchison School and/or arising out of or relating to Hutchison’s Center for Excellence and Hutchison School’s SPARK Programs and hereby covenant and agree to hold harmless Hutchison School, Hutchison’s Center for Excellence, and Hutchison School’s SPARK Programs, its trustees, officers, employees, agents, and representatives from any and all claims, losses, damages, liability, or expenses arising out of, or in any way connected to, any alleged incident, injury, loss, damage, or expense arising out of or resulting from such participation. In the event in the opinion of Hutchison School, Hutchison’s Center for Excellence, and/or Hutchison School’s SPARK Programs or any of their trustees, officers, employees, agents, or representatives, that my child is in need of medical care or treatment, if either parent or the listed emergency contact is not available, I give Hutchison School permission to transport my child to a hospital emergency room, a minor emergency facility, a physician or a nurse for care and/or for treatment. I also give permission for my child to participate in any field trips included in the activities for which she/he is registered. I consent to Hutchison School’s right to use any photos taken during Center for Excellence and SPARK activities for future promotions, publications, and other uses. I hereby acknowledge the receipt of the Center for Excellence and SPARK policies described in this brochure. I agree to abide by these policies and procedures, and I acknowledge my responsibility for the payment of all program fees described in the brochure.

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Center for Excellence and SPARK Summer 2016 SPARK Session Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5 Session 6 Session 7 Session 8 Session 9 Session 10 Session 11

Dates May 31 - June 3 June 6 - 10 June 13 - 17 June 20 - 24 June 20 - 24 June 27 - July 1 July 5 - 8 July 11 - 15 July 18 - 22 July 25 - 29 Aug. 1 - 5 Aug. 8 - 12

Theme Off to Camp Wild Wild West Under the Big Top Rock N Rollin Summer Fun with Mrs. Burt Neverland Stars and Stripes Forever Blast from the Past Kamp Kitchens Game Show Mania Around the World in 5 Days Summer Olympics

Camp Fee Multi-Discount $175___ $155___ $215___ $195___ $215___ $195___ $215___ $195___ $150___ $215___ $195___ $175___ $155___ $215___ $195___ $215___ $195___ $215___ $195___ $215___ $195___ $215___ $195___

Early Care Fee $25___ $30___ $30___ $30___

Extended Care Fee $50___ $60___ $60___ $60___

Total $______ $______ $______ $______

$30___ $25___ $30___ $30___ $30___ $30___ $30___

$60___ $50___ $60___ $60___ $60___ $60___ $60___

$______ $______ $______ $______ $______ $______ $______

SPARK subtotal $______ SPARK Day Camp Deposit(s) – $25 per session $______ (not required if paying total registration in advance)

Enclosed payment $______ Remaining SPARK balance due (if any) $______

Center for Excellence Please list the classes and seminars you our your student will be attending in the Center for Excellence. Class/seminar 1 __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Class/seminar 2 __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Class/seminar 3 __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Class/seminar 4 __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Class/seminar 5 __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Total amount enclosed for Center for Excellence offerings $______ My check for $__________________ is enclosed, payable to Hutchison School. Please charge my credit card MasterCard® VISA® Credit Card Number __________________________ Exp. Date: ___/___/___ CCV ____ Name on Card _____________________________________________________ Signature ____________________________________________ For office use only Date received: _____________________________________ Fee received $______________________________________ 28


Center for Excellence and SPARK General Information Admission is granted to qualified students in the order in which completed registration forms with payments/deposits are received. Hutchison welcomes qualified students of any race, color, religion, or ethnic origin to summer program activities. Registration is required for each Center for Excellence or SPARK offering. Sessions are filled on a first-come basis. Please enroll early. Any registrations received after a class or camp that has reached capacity will be returned with a full refund. Center for Excellence registration: mail the following to Hutchison Center for Excellence Program, 1740 Ridgeway Road, Memphis, TN 38119: 1. Completed registration form 2. Payment in full for each selected session SPARK registration: mail the following to Hutchison Summer SPARK Program, 1740 Ridgeway Road, Memphis, TN 38119: 1. Completed registration form 2. Deposit(s) of $25 per session (with remaining balance(s) due by the Monday morning of each session) OR full payment for each session. Online registration is also available. Please visit our website at www.hutchisonschool.org. Once a registration has been received and processed, a confirmation will be emailed to the address listed on the registration form. Please note that registrations are not accepted without the appropriate payment. Payment and fees: Center for Excellence fees as indicated on pages 2 - 24 include all activities and supplies unless otherwise noted. Payments for Center for Excellence sessions are due in full at the time of registration. SPARK Day Camp fees are $215 per one-week session ($175 for sessions 1 and 6) and include all camp activities, morning and afternoon snacks, lunch, and a camp T-shirt. Families registering for SPARK Day Camp may pay in full at the time of registration or submit $25 non-refundable deposit per session with the balance(s) due no later than the Monday morning of each session. Payments can be made by VISA®, MasterCard®, or check made payable to Hutchison School. Hutchison students may apply payments to their student accounts. SPARK Multi-Session Discount: Register for four or more sessions of SPARK Day Camp and take advantage of the multi-session discount as noted on the SPARK Day Camp registration form. Sibling Discount: $10 off the camp fee per additional sibling Camp & CFE Crossover: If a student attends a Center for Excellence class for three hours or longer and attends SPARK Day Camp for the remainder of the camp day that week, he or she will receive half off the SPARK Day Camp fee. Meals: Lunch is included for SPARK campers. If a camper chooses to participate in a CFE program in addition to SPARK, he or she will eat with a counselor in the dining hall between activities.

Refund Policy: Center for Excellence and SPARK fees (including the SPARK deposit) are refunded in full when the session for which an enrollment was submitted is at capacity or the session is cancelled by Hutchison. Except in the cases of illness or emergency that are disclosed to the Center for Excellence or SPARK offices prior to the start of an activity, refunds will not be given after a session begins. For Center for Excellence classes, a withdrawal request that occurs at least five (5) business days prior to the first class meeting will result in a refund/credit of fees. After five (5) days prior to the first class meeting, there will be no refund of fees. Transportation and S upervision: Students should arrive on time and be picked up promptly at the end of each class or camp. For the safety and security of all participants, girls and boys who have not been picked up after camp sessions end will be escorted to Extended Care. Parents will be charged $15 per day. An additional charge of $5.00 per minute will be assessed for all SPARK campers remaining on campus after 6:05 pm. This fee must be paid at the time of pick up. Attendance: Hutchison will not contact parents when a student is not in attendance. No refunds will be given for students who choose not to attend classes or activities. Discontinuation: Students are expected to adhere to the policies and procedures of the School as well as the Center for Excellence and SPARK programs. Hutchison reserves the right to dismiss any student whose behavior poses a discipline problem. No refunds will be issued for students who are asked to withdraw. Personal Items: Hutchison is not responsible for lost or stolen property. Students should not bring valuable items. All personal items should be clearly marked with the student’s name. What to bring to SPARK: Each day, campers should wear comfortable play clothes and bring a swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, water shoes, and water bottle. PK-K campers also need to bring a blanket or mat cover (i.e. happi nappi) for rest time. All personal items, including clothing, should be clearly marked with the camper’s first and last names. Location: Hutchison is conveniently located on a 52-acre naturally-wooded campus in East Memphis at 1740 Ridgeway Road. Campus maps may be obtained at the front gate. The Center for Excellence office is located on the first floor in the Dobbs Center. The SPARK program office is located in the Abston Early Childhood Center. For more information: Center for Excellence SPARK 901.507.2460 901.762.6674 cfe@hutchisonschool.org lcampbell@hutchisonschool.org

SPARK

Day Camp


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PAID 1740 Ridgeway Road Memphis, Tennessee 38119

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SPARK

Day Camp © Hutchison School 2016 Hutchison accepts qualified female students regardless of race, color, religion, or national origin.

Visit our website www.hutchisonschool.org to register online or to print additional registration forms.

Memphis, TN Permit No. 750

Center for Excellence & SPARK Summer 2016 Offerings  
Center for Excellence & SPARK Summer 2016 Offerings