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scholars academy humanities WRITERS FOR LIFE For girls and boys entering grades 7–8 and 9–12 Develop a strategy for writing concise sentences leading to well-formed descriptive paragraphs. Sharpen reading and comprehension skills, leading to more effective analysis. Emphasis is on vocabulary, spelling, and grammar. Students will focus on brainstorming, organizing their ideas, and editing their work. date/time: Grades 7–8: Monday–Friday, July 22–26; 10:00 am–noon Grades 9–12: Monday–Friday, July 15–26; 1:00–3:00 pm instructor: Pat Kelly former upper school English teacher cost: Grades 7–8: $150; Grades 9–12: $200 FABULOUS FABLES! CREATIVE WRITING AND BOOK MAKING CAMP For girls and boys entering grades 4–6 Work with a published author and explore fables. Hone your own writing skills while learning the art of illustration with a visual artist. This camp will help you design, write, and illustrate your own stories. date/time: Monday–Friday, August 5–9; 9:00 am–noon instructors: Pamela Poletti writer and theatre artist Angel Bonesteel sculptor and teaching artist cost: $125 HOGWARTS AT HUTCHISON: THE WORLD OF HARRY POTTER For girls and boys entering grades 2–5 Mix fact with fiction as you explore potions and the world of Harry Potter. During this week you will take Hogwarts classes such as Potions and Defense Against the Dark Arts. We will make wands, read the books, and play Quidditch. On Friday, play our version of the Triwizard Tournament. date/time: Monday–Friday, July 8–12; 9:00 am–noon instructors: Katharine Kent lower school teacher Lucy Wesson lower school science teacher cost: $150 MADELINE GOES TO THE MUSEUM For girls entering grades 1–2 Join Madeline on an adventure into art, language arts, and museums. Explore Paris, France, through the Madeline book series written by Ludwig Bemelmans and be inspired to paint your own

Impressionist masterpieces during two field trips to the Dixon Gallery and Gardens. date/time: Monday–Friday, June 3–7; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Kristi Duckworth upper school art teacher cost: $150 RAINBOW MAGIC FAIRY BOOK CLUB For girls entering grades SK–2 Read a different Rainbow Magic book each day to learn about each of the Rainbow Fairy sisters. Express your creativity in activities and crafts related to each type of fairy. This camp is sure to inspire a love of books! date/time: Monday–Friday, July 15–19; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Kathleen Towner senior kindergarten teacher cost: $150 CHEF–TASTIC! COOKING FROM THE FARM For girls and boys entering grades 1–4 Come ready to cook as we embark on a culinary adventure. Learn basic cooking skills and nutrition as we create signature snacks and delicious dishes using ingredients fresh from the Hutchison Farm. Brush up on measuring and math skills as we write and publish our very own cookbook. date/time: Monday–Friday, July 22–26; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Sarah Pierce Hutchison horticulturist cost: $180, includes all food and supplies MYSTERY HISTORY TIME TRAVEL CLUB For girls and boys entering grades 3–5 Explore history, travel through time, and create artifacts to bring back from your journeys. Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, Rome, Elizabethan England, and Colonial America will be investigated through the arts and the people who shaped history. Each session will be different, so feel free to sign up for both: so much history to explore and so little time! date/time: Session I: June 17–21; 9:30am–12:30 pm Session II: July 22–26; 9:30 am–12:30 pm instructor: Angel Bonesteel sculptor and teaching artist cost: $150 centerforexcellencesummer2013 1


science, technology, engineering, & math TEEN TECH CAMP Sponsored by Society of Information Managers For girls and boys entering grades 4–8 Design, create, and edit your own arcade-style video game. Design the action, create characters, and edit obstacles and outcomes. Take home your game on a CD to challenge your friends and family and the software to continue creating your own video games. Meet industry experts from the information technology field and see the latest advances! date/time: Monday–Friday, July 8–12; 1:00–4:00 pm instructor: Laine Agee computer programming instructor cost: $125 BUILD A COMPUTER For girls and boys entering grades 5–7 Learn how computers work by building one with your friends. Explore a computer’s capability by using a Raspberry Pi, which is a credit card-sized computer that plugs into your TV and has a keyboard. It’s a capable little PC that can be used for many tasks, such as spreadsheets, word processing, and games. date/time: Wednesday, June 12; 12:30–3:30 pm instructor: Katharine Kent Hutchison teacher cost: $25 TOY WORKSHOP For girls and boys entering grades 3–6 Design and build prototypes for toys and learn the importance of form and function. Explore the basics of marketing a new product as we create displays to show our toys to family and friends. dates/times: Monday–Friday, July 8–12; 9:30 am–12:30 pm instructor: Angel Bonesteel sculptor and teaching artist cost: $150 MAKE For girls entering grades 9–12 Design it and make it in this DIY experience. Sculptor and teaching artist Angel Bonesteel will teach you how to apply real-world design in projects such as furniture alteration, jewelry design, and more. Guests in the creative industry will tell you what it takes to be successful with a business start-up endeavor and will show you how easy it is to design a website and app to promote your business. If you can MAKE it here, you can MAKE it anywhere! dates/times: Monday–Friday, July 8–12; 1:00–4:00 pm instructors: Angel Bonesteel sculptor and guest industry experts cost: $125 2

WORLD EXPLORERS: FORESTS AROUND THE GLOBE For girls and boys entering grades 1–2 Explore one aspect of our diverse world—forests! You will learn about different types of forests around the world and research one to become an expert. We will research using books, articles, and computers. You’ll choose how to share your expertise by creating a unique project—anything from a brochure to a nonfiction picture book. Come explore our world! date/time: Monday–Friday, July 29–August 2; 1:00–4:00 pm instructor: Shannon Lair first grade teacher cost: $150 I DIG DINOSAURS! SCIENCE CAMP For girls and boys entering grades SK–2 Dig for fossils! Build a volcano and explore prehistoric plant and animal life. Learn all about prehistoric time in this fun, fast-paced science experience. date/time: Monday–Friday, June 3–7; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Lucy Wesson lower school science teacher cost: $150 I DIG ROCKS! SCIENCE CAMP For girls and boys entering grades SK–2 Future scientists needed! Come explore rocks, gems, and minerals found in the ground. Learn the difference between a gemstone and a crystal. Collect and sort rocks by rock types. Be a Rock Star! date/time: Monday–Friday, June 3–7; 1:00–4:00 pm instructor: Lucy Wesson lower school science teacher cost: $150 WEDO LEGO ® For girls and boys entering grades SK–2 Yes, we can learn robotics! Build and program your own robotic creations. Designed by experts at MIT, this unique system teaches simple machines, engineering, programming and more! date/time: Monday–Friday, June 10–14; 9:00–11:00 am instructor: Katharine Kent lower school teacher cost: $100 MUDDY MATH! For girls and boys entering grades 1–2 Get your hands dirty on the Hutchison Farm as you weigh, measure, graph, and chart fruits and vegetables. Learn gardening and cooking basics while applying new math skills outside on the Farm and in the science lab. date/time: Monday–Friday, June 24–28; 9:00–11:00 am instructor: Sarah Pierce horticulturist and science teacher cost: $100


DESIGNERS CLUB: MATH IS ‘SEW’ EASY! For girls entering grades 3–4 Use new math skills as you gain a deeper appreciation of how numbers fit together literally as you design and sew your own fashions. Learn basic hand stitching and patterning. date/time: Monday–Friday, June 10–14; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Kathleen Towner senior kindergarten teacher cost: $150 INTRO TO PRE-ALGEBRA For girls and boys entering pre–algebra Get ready for next year’s math with this great review course. Practice translating algebraic expressions, solving one and two step equations, and changing fractions to decimals to percents. Translating word problems to mathematical equations will be emphasized. date/time: Monday–Friday, July 22–26; 9:00–10:30 am instructor: Nikki Wheaton upper school math teacher cost: $125 PRE-ALGEBRA REVIEW/INTRO TO ALGEBRA For girls and boys entering algebra I Get ahead of the game with a review of basic pre-algebra concepts including integers, equations, rational numbers, linear equations, and polynomials. Monday–Friday, July 22–26; 11:00 am–12:30 pm date/time: instructor: Nikki Wheaton upper school math teacher cost: $125

world languages PASSPORT TO SOUTH AMERICA! SPANISH CAMP For girls and boys entering grades 1–4 and 5–8 Travel the western hemisphere and explore your world! Experience the sights, sounds and tastes of South America in this total Spanish immersion. date/time: Monday–Friday, July 8–12; Grades 1–4: 9:00 am–noon Grades 5–8: 1:00–4:00 pm instructor: Tammy Williamson Spanish instructor cost: $150 SPANISH REVIEW For girls and boys entering grades 9–11 Spanish review through small groups and individual work with a Spanish teacher. Monday–Friday, July 29–August 2; date/time: 10:00–11:00 am instructor: Rosa Carter upper school Spanish teacher cost: $75

ALL ROADS LEAD TO CHINA: CHINESE LANGUAGE AND CULTURE IMMERSION CAMP For girls and boys entering grades 1–8 Come experience the wonderful culture of China while strengthening your Chinese language skills! Participate in a daily tea ceremony, learn math using a Chinese abacus, and use chopsticks to experience a taste of Chinese cuisine every day. You will enjoy participating in Chinese martial arts such as Tai Chi and Wushu as well as enjoy Chinese calligraphy and Chinese dancing. Our instructors teach full-time with the Confucius Institute at the University of Memphis (CIUM) and are some of the best Chinese language teachers in China. The CIUM was recently selected as one of the top six Confucius Institutes in the United States and one of the top thirty Confucius Institutes in the world. date/time: Monday–Friday, June 17–21; 8:30 am–4:00 pm instructors: Confucius Institute staff and guest instructors cost: $175

further studies LEMONADE STAND $ For girls and boys grades entering 3–6 and 7–9 How do you start your own business? Join us for a hands-on business experience. Design your own lemonade stand. Market your product through branding a logo, jingle, and commercial. Learn all about business in the ultimate lemonade stand experience! dates/times: Monday–Friday, July 22–26; Grades 3–6: 10:00 am–12:30 pm Grades 7–9: 1:00–3:30 pm instructor: Elaine Skoog economics and business instructor cost: $125 centerforexcellencesummer2013 3


STUDY HABITS AND NOTE TAKING For girls and boys entering grades 5–6 and 7–8 Prepare for your return to school the right way! Increase your motivation by learning about your specific learning style. Use the latest brain research to learn how to be more successful in the classroom environment. In this course you will learn how to stay organized, take good notes, and tackle tests without becoming overwhelmed. Time management, reading strategies, memory techniques, and goal setting will also be discussed. You will leave this course with a series of notes summarizing these skills. date/time: Tuesday–Friday, July 30–August 2; Grades 5–6: 9:00–10:30 am Grades 7–8: 10:30 am–noon instructor: Kim O’Bar middle school learning specialist cost: $100 plus $10 workbook MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR WORLD: THE KNITTING PROJECT For educators and girls and boys entering grades 4–8 Inspired by the book Knitting for Peace, Ms. Towner will teach you how to knit in order to “make the world a better place—one stitch at a time.” Learn how to knit simple items that are needed in other countries. Continue to make your knitted items over the summer. All projects will be collected and sent to worthy causes around the world during the last week in October. date/time: Thursday, June 6; 1:00–3:00 pm instructor: Kathleen Towner senior kindergarten teacher cost: $40

school is fun! date/time: instructor: cost:

Monday–Friday, July 22–26; 9:00 am–noon Joy Thompson junior kindergarten teacher $150

SAIL INTO SENIOR KINDERGARTEN For Hutchison girls entering senior kindergarten Help your daughter make a smooth transition into SK. Girls review letter sounds, journal writing, and math concepts while working on listening skills and following directions. The class will be held in one of Hutchison’s senior kindergarten rooms, so the girls will become familiar with their new surroundings. Students visit the dining hall and practice how carpool is handled. date/time: Monday–Friday, July 29–August 2; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Joy Thompson junior kindergarten teacher cost: $150 BRUSH UP FOR FIRST GRADE For Hutchison girls entering grade 1 Get a head start on first grade with Mrs. Towner. Brush up on basic math, reading, and science skills the fun way! Review short and long vowels, reading comprehension, and reading aloud. date/time: Monday–Friday, July 29–August 2; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Kathleen Towner senior kindergarten teacher cost: $150

back-to-school classes

CRUISIN’ INTO SECOND GRADE For Hutchison girls entering grade 2

KIDS CONNECTION CAMP For Hutchison girls entering pre-kindergarten

Help your daughter make a smooth transition into second grade. Reading, writing, phonics, math activities, and math games will be included in our schedule each day. We will visit the second grade rooms and learn to use an assignment book. Girls will enjoy some fun as they prepare for smooth sailing into second grade. date/time: Monday–Friday, July 29–August 2; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Jean Demere first grade teacher cost: $150

Get prepared for school and become familiar with your new school environment. Experience a typical week at school as new routines are shared. Make connections with new friends. Learn all about our morning meeting, music, art, science, literacy, math, life skills, and much more. date/time: Session 1: Monday–Friday, July 22–26; 9:00 am–noon Session 2: Monday–Friday, July 29–August 2; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Missy Prewitt pre–kindergarten teacher cost: $150 per session JUMP INTO JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN For Hutchison girls entering junior kindergarten ABCs and 123s! Help your child feel more comfortable in JK. Girls review the letters of the alphabet and numbers, work on listening skills, and enjoy many good books. This week of instruction will ease transition and help girls remember that 4

TAKE OFF TO THIRD GRADE For Hutchison girls entering grade 3 Travel with Mrs. Dunlap and take off into third grade! Brush up on math, reading, and science skills. Use laptops to work on presentations and create fun projects. Come prepared with any questions about this next level of lower school! date/time: Monday–Friday, July 22–26; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Wendy Dunlap third grade teacher cost: $150


FLY INTO FOURTH GRADE For Hutchison girls entering grade 4 Join us for fun in the fantastic fourth grade. Get a jump on the year. Preview lessons that will be taught during the year, enjoy games and computer activities, and have fun with words and numbers. Start the year feeling ready for your upcoming fourth grade adventure! date/time: Monday–Friday, July 29–August 2; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Nancy Fields fourth grade teacher cost: $150

A GIRL’S GUIDE TO MIDDLE SCHOOL For Hutchison girls entering grade 5 and middle school girls new to Hutchison Get a sneak peek of middle school life at Hutchison. Preview middle school language arts subjects, schedule, and procedures. Sharpen reading comprehension skills, leading to more effective analysis and notetaking. Gain confidence and make new middle school friends! date/time: Monday–Friday, July 22–26; 9:30 am–noon instructor: Vicki Koehn sixth grade teacher cost: $150

ABIGAIL WARE WILLIAMS

leadership institute

HUTCHISON LEADS SUMMIT For educators with a school team of 2–4 girls entering grades 9–12; please note: this experience requires participants to complete a summit application. Educators and young women will address compelling issues of our time, including poverty, hunger, education reform, urban development, and the relationships between female empowerment and economic growth. Our conference model offers a cross-generational teaching and learning method with modules, workshops, and speakers, maximizing the learning for both educators and teams of young women. This summit is an opportunity for a diverse range of young women and educators to address and organize initiatives and leave the summit with action plans for transformative change within their own schools and communities. For a full schedule or application, visit www.hutchisonschool.org or call 761-2220, extension 1771. date/time: Monday–Thursday, June 17–20; 8:00 am–5:00 pm coordinators: Caroline Blatti Hutchison Leads director and national and regional guest speakers and scholars cost: $250 SUMMER INTERNSHIPS For girls and boys entering grades 9–12 Sign up for weekly internship experiences throughout June, July, and the first two weeks of August. Work alongside the Center for Excellence director and staff, honing your leadership skills and building a resume. Duties include setting up for various classes, assisting instructors with supplies, and walking younger students to and from classes. Internships are limited; candidates must be interviewed by the Center director. Interns will attend a one-hour training seminar either May 29 or 30, from 10:00 am–11:00 am. For more information about specific intern assignments, please contact Ms. Ford at 507-2461.

date/time: coordinator: cost:

Mondays–Fridays, June 3–August 3; 8:00 am–4:30 pm Tracey Zerwig Ford Center for Excellence director free

MENTORS IN THE MAKING For former SPARK Day Camp girls entering grades 6–8 Learn to lead by example. Small group activities will help you determine what your strengths are and how to use them as you mentor young new friends. Explore leadership with fun counselorin-training experiences alongside SPARK Day Camp’s dedicated staff. Learn presentation skills by planning and sharing fun craft activities for the young day camp girls. date/time: Mondays–Fridays; 9:00 am–3:00 pm Session I: June 3–7 Session II: June 10–14 Session III: July 8–12 Session IV: July 15–19 instructor: Alicia Quattlebaum Hutchison teacher cost: $220 per session centerforexcellencesummer2013 5


BRIGHT GIRLS, BRIGHT FUTURES For girls entering grades 6–8; please note: this experience requires participants to complete a Bright Girls, Bright Futures application. Join the fun and explore the world through leadership. Through presentations using technology, science, math, and English skills, girls will create and debate topics that touch their world. A speaker series will illuminate how today’s leaders are influencing our lives, while hands-on opportunities allow young adults to build teamwork, problem-solving, and presentation abilities. For information about the application or financial aid, please call Maureen Collins, 761-2220, extension 284. date/time: Mondays–Fridays, June 3–14; 8:00 am–4:00 pm instructors: Hutchison middle school staff cost: $325 SO YOU WANT TO BE A CEO? For girls and boys entering grades 7–12 What does it take to run a successful company? What kinds of leadership styles do prominent business executives see as necessary for ensuring success in the business world? How can you develop your personality strengths into leadership assets? Through hands-on experiences that simulate the business world, as well as through opportunities to hear from notable and dynamic business leaders in the Memphis community, this workshop promises to turn your talents and personality strengths into the attributes that enable you to become a successful leader. date/time: Wednesday, July 10; 9:30 am–3:00 pm instructors: Hutchison Leads staff and guest speakers cost: $5

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GIRLS CONFIDENCE COALITION For girls entering grades 5–9 This five-day leadership workshop is all about girls: girl power, female leadership, confidence, teamwork, collaboration, and creativity! Like girls themselves, this workshop is dynamic, varied, creative, and inspiring. A sampling of even one day of this fiveday workshop offers something for every girl interested in developing her leadership skills and then bringing her skills and talents back to her respective school. From engaging leadership speakers to interactive seminars on topics such as conflict management, goal setting, and identity formation to creative projects involving art, music and film, this girls’ leadership workshop will be one you won’t want to miss! date/time: Monday–Friday, July 22–26; 9:30 am–3:00 pm instructors: Hutchison Leads staff and guest speakers cost: $100 MIDDLE SCHOOL LEADERSHIP SEMINAR For Hutchison girls entering grades 7–8 Interested in running for an office in Middle School? Attend this speech writing workshop with Ms. Ligon in order to brush up on skills needed to make presentations and speeches. date/time: Wednesday, August 7; 1:00–3:00 pm instructor: Hollis Ligon Middle School Assistant Head cost: free 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 basic first aid/ CPR. date/time: Wednesday, June 12; 8:00 am–noon instructor: Millie Duke RN, BSN and Hutchison nurse cost: $55


MARY MILES LOVELESS

arts academy

MULTI MEDIA DIMENSIONAL ART For girls and boys in grades 5–8 Welcome all aspiring sculptors! This class will explore the use of artistic media to create pieces with dimension. Learn to create visual depth and perspective through a variety of sculpture techniques. date/time: Monday–Friday, July 22–26; 1:00–4:00 pm instructor: Liz Turvaville ceramist and painter cost: $150 WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE: MASK MAKING AND PERFORMING For girls and boys entering grades 2–4 Explore Maurice Sendak’s classic book and learn how to design and build masks. Learn how a story is brought to life on stage. This experience will culminate in a short showcase for family and friends. date/time: Monday–Friday, July 15–19; 9:30 am–12:30 pm instructor: Angel Bonesteel sculptor and teaching artist cost: $125 JEWELRY DESIGN AND WEARABLE SCULPTURE For girls entering grades 5–8

visual art POTTERY For girls and boys entering grades 1–4 and 5–8 Explore the messy world of sculpting with clay. Learn throwing on the wheel, hand building, and glazing techniques to create functional and whimsical ceramics. date/time: Monday–Friday Grades 1–4: June 17–28; 9:00 am–noon Grades 5–8: June 17–28; 1:00–4:00 pm instructor: Liz Turvaville painter and ceramist cost: $250

Join sculptor Angel Bonesteel and create wearable art. Explore jewelry design throughout history and design your own. This experience includes two field trips to the Dixon Gallery and Gardens to view their jewelry exhibit. date/time: Monday–Friday, June 24–28; 1:00–4:00 pm instructor: Angel Bonesteel sculptor and teaching artist cost: $165 ARTRAGEOUS! PENCILS, PAINTING, PAPER, AND MORE! For girls and boys entering grades JK–1 Sure to quench your child’s thirst for art this summer! This class incorporates all the basics like drawing, painting, sculpting, experimenting, and mess-making. Your little artist’s portfolio and pride will be bursting at the seams! date/times: Monday–Friday, July 15–19; 1:00–3:30 pm instructor: Sarah Grace Pendergrass visual artist cost: $150

MULTI-MEDIA ART For girls and boys entering grades 1–4

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY For girls and boys entering grades 5–8

Explore the various forms of art in this multi-media art class. Students will study pottery, painting, drawing, and much more. Students have the option to sign up for both multi-media art and pottery and have lunch in the dining hall with the instructor. date/time: Monday–Friday, June 17–28; 1:00–4:00 pm instructor: Kristi Duckworth painter and ceramist cost: $250

Click! Explore the world around you through the lens of a digital camera. While learning the fundamental principles, create a portfolio of pictures that demonstrates how you see the world. date/time: Monday–Friday, July 29–August 2; 1:00–4:00 pm instructor: Clay Ayers photographer cost: $150 centerforexcellencesummer2013 7


date/time: instructor:

Monday–Friday, June 17–28; 8:30 am–3:30 pm Jeanette Leake middle and upper school art teacher

cost:

$960 for both weeks; $480 for one week

and painter

performing arts THE WIZARD OF OZ THEATRE CAMP For girls and boys entering grades 2–6 Hone your acting skills by mounting a script in a public production for Hutchison’s Day Camp. Explore the magical world created by Frances Hodgson Burnett in one of the most beloved books of all time. Costumes, lighting, set pieces in a 600-seat theater give advanced and beginning students a space to practice the art of theatre. date/time: Mondays–Fridays, June 10–21; 1:00–4:00 pm instructor: Kim Sanders actor and dancer cost: $250 AUDITION PREP INTENSIVE For girls and boys entering grades 9–12

MOSAIC TILE ART For girls and boys entering grades 1–4 and 5–8 Join us and learn about the ancient art of mosaics. Create masterpieces of patterned design with colored materials such as stone, tile, and glass among other various objects. date/time: Mondays–Fridays Grades 1–4: July 29–August 2; 9:00 am–noon Grades 5–8: July 29–August 9; 1:00–4:00 pm instructors: Grades 1–4: Liz Turvaville ceramist and painter Grades 5–8: Kristi Duckworth ceramist and painter cost: Grades 1–4: $150 Grades 5–8: $250 SUMMER ART INTENSIVE For girls and boys entering grades 9–12 This course is a two-week intensive designed to further equip you with drawing skills needed to pursue higher level art courses. Hutchison girls may take course for one half 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. Students may sign up for a single week but will not receive credit. 8

Develop two monologues that are audition-ready for fall productions or college auditions. Develop interesting characters and quick analysis skills for cold readings. Space is limited. date/time: Tuesday–Thursday, July 30–August 1; 1:00–4:00 pm instructor: Pamela Poletti actor and director cost: $50 PLAYWRIGHTING AND ACTING For girls and boys entering grades 3–6 Work with a published author and explore fables onstage. Hone your own playwriting skills while learning the art of acting. date/time: Monday–Friday, August 5–9; 1:00–3:30 pm instructor: Pamela Poletti writer, theatre artist cost: $80 HIP HOP HOORAY! For girls and boys entering grades JK–2 Ms. Stacie, a former University of Memphis cheerleader, will teach you all the latest high-energy dance moves. Learn fun dance routines and hip hop your way to more confidence and great performance skills. date/time: Monday–Friday, June 24–28; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Stacie Kimbrell former University of Memphis cheerleader and physical education specialist

cost:

$150


GROUP SINGING For girls and boys in grade JK–1

DELTA GIRLS ROCK CAMP For girls entering grades 5–12

Learn vocal techniques for performances. Lessons will include group singing and individual instruction. This class gives students the strong foundation for proper use of their vocal talent. Space is limited to 12 students. date/time: Monday–Friday, June 24–28; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Rachel Black early childhood music instructor and

Delta Girls Rock Camp—where all girls rock! No experience necessary. 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! Instructors are all working professionals in the industry. Workshops include songwriting, jewelry making, and marketing. Showcase performance will take place on June 29 at 6:00 pm in Hutchison’s Wiener Theater. date/time: Monday–Saturday, June 24–29; 9:00 am–5:00 pm instructors: Various DGRC Staff and guest artists cost: $250

theatre artist

cost:

$150

EXPLORE MUSIC! For girls and boys in grade JK–1 Explore all types of music from singing to instrumentation. Learn about all of the different ways sound can be combined to create music. This class will teach basic music theory through creative play activities. Space is limited to 12 students. date/time: Monday–Friday, July 15–19; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Rachel Black early childhood music instructor and theatre artist

cost:

$150

MUSICAL THEATRE REVUE For girls and boys entering grades 5–8 Fun and fabulous! Learn from veteran Broadway and touring stage performers how to shine on stage. Develop vocal technique and strengthen musical theater dance skills. Create a showcase for family and friends. date/time: Monday–Friday, July 8–12; 1:00–4:00 pm instructors: Rachel Black singer and actor cost: $150 BOOKS AND BALLET For girls and boys entering grades JK–1 Learn the fundamentals of ballet, make tutus and tiaras, and explore classic literature through the world of ballet. Monday–Friday, June 3–7; 9:00 am–noon date/time: instructor: Louisa Koeppel lower and middle school dance teacher, company member/choreographer from Project: Motion Modern Dance Company

cost:

$150

DANCE CAMP For girls and boys entering grades 4–12 Get a leg up on dance technique with Louisa Koeppel. Build skills in ballet, modern dance, and choreography. date/time: Monday–Friday, June 10–14; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Louisa Koeppel lower and middle school dance

ROCK CAMP JR. For girls entering grades 3–4 No experience necessary. Learn the basics of guitar, explore drum kits, unlock the structure of rock songs, and practice a vocal performance to share at the Delta Girls Rock Camp showcase at the end of the week! Showcase performance will take place on June 29 at 6:00 pm in Hutchison’s Wiener Theater. Space is limited. date/time: Monday–Saturday, June 24–29; 9:00 am–1:15 pm instructor: Noel Wilkins music instructor cost: $150 DRUM CLINIC For girls and boys entering grades 3–5 and 6–9 Beginning drummers and intermediate drummers can learn techniques on drum kit and drum line equipment. Learn the basics of rock band drumming. This experience will culminate in a showcase for family and friends. date/time: Monday–Friday, June 17–21 Grades 3–5: 9:00 am–noon Grades 6–9: 1:00–3:30 pm instructor: Andrew Hatfield founder/director of Renegades of Rhythm

cost:

$150

SING, DANCE, PLAY For girls and boys entering grades JK–1 Enjoy a fun-filled musical experience with song, instruments, dance, and theatre games. Gain musical knowledge for all aspects of performing. This camp will culminate in a showcase for family and friends. date/time: Monday–Friday, August 5–9; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Rachel Randall early childhood music and creative drama teacher

cost:

$150

teacher, company member/choreographer from Project: Motion Modern Dance Company

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MARGARET CELESTE CATES

sports academy strengthen your tumbling skills. This camp will build your confidence and performance skills. date/time: Monday–Friday, July 8–12; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Stacie Thompson Kimbrell former University of Memphis cheerleader and physical education specialist

cost:

$150

FITNESS For girls entering grades 7–12 Join middle school cross country and track and field coach, Ivy Bryant, for an off-season fitness camp designed for beginning and intermediate athletes who want to stay in shape before sports begin again in the fall. Running and strength training will be a focus. date/time: Mondays–Fridays; 9:00–10:30 am Session I: June 10–14 Session II: June 24–28 Session III: July 15–19 instructor: Ivy Bryant middle school cross country and track coach

cost:

$100 per session

POM DANCE CAMP For girls entering grades 3–6 and 7–10

BASKETBALL SKILLS AND DRILLS For boys and girls entering grades 1–12

Here is your chance to study pom and dance performance skills with Hutchison’s varsity coach, Jamie Dunham. Learn hip hop dance and pom routines that you will love to perform! date/time: Monday–Friday, July 8–12; Grades 3–6: 10:00 am–12:30 pm Grades 7–10: 1:00–4:00 pm instructor: Jamie Dunham Hutchison Varsity Pom coach

This camp is designed to help players put the fun in fundamentals! Specializing in drills such as ball handling, shooting techniques, and defensive skills. date/time: girls & boys entering grades 1–4 Tuesday–Friday, May 28–31; 8:30–10:30 am cost: $100 girls entering grades 5–8 Tuesday–Friday, May 28–31; 10:30 am–12:30 pm cost: $100 girls & boys entering grades 1–6 Monday–Friday, July 8–12; 8:30–10:30 am Monday–Friday, July 29–August 2; 8:30–10:30 am cost: $125 girls entering grades 7–12 Monday–Friday, July 8–12; 10:30 am–12:30 pm cost: $125 girls & boys entering grades 7–12 Monday–Friday, July 29–August 2; 10:30 am–12:30 pm cost: $125 Thomas Jones junior varsity basketball coach, instructors:

and former Redbirds and Grizzlies dancer

cost:

$150 for grades 3–6; $175 for grades 7–10

WINGS GYMNASTICS For girls and boys entering grades PK–SK and 1–4 Have fun and make new friends! Improve strength, flexibility, coordination, and focus. Learn skills on bars, balance beam, floor, vault, mini-tramp, cardio and stretching. Limited space available. dates/times: Monday–Friday; 9:00 am–noon Session I: June 10–14 Session II: July 8–12 instructors: Kathy Romine and Andrea Tutor Wings Gymnastics cost: $225 per session CHEER NATION! For girls entering grades JK–2 Join former University of Memphis cheerleader, Ms. Stacie, to get a leg up on your cheerleading moves. Learn basic cheers and 10

AAU coach, and basketball trainer

cost:

see above


BASKETBALL DAY CAMP For girls entering grades 1–4 Join varsity coach Blair Lansden for a week of fun with basketball! Girls will learn the game of basketball through fundamental drills and competition. Minimum number for the camp is 15. date/time: Monday–Thursday, June 24–27; 9:00 am–2:00 pm instructor: Blair Lansden varsity basketball coach cost: $175 SOCCER CAMP For girls and boys entering grades SK–4 Learn new skills in a fun environment. Coach Shelton will teach players the fundamental basics while keeping them engaged in exciting and active games. Campers need to bring a drink and snack each day. date/time: Monday–Friday, June 17–21; 9:00–11:00 am instructor: Mary Shelton early childhood teacher and soccer coach

cost:

$125

will teach the strokes of the game in a format that is fun and entertaining for young players. Quickstart drills, nets, and low compression foam balls are used along with smaller racquets. date/time: Monday–Thursday, 9:00–10:15 am Session I: June 3–6 Session II: June 24–27 Session III: July 8–11 instructor: Christian Mitchell Hutchison middle school tennis coach

cost:

$130

RUNNING CLINIC For girls entering grades 1–8 Come learn the basic fundamentals of running with middle school cross country coach Ivy Bryant. Girls will learn proper running techniques through a variety of fun running activities. Minimum number for the clinic is 10. date/time: Monday–Thursday, June 3–6; 9:00–10:30 am instructor: Ivy Bryant middle school teacher and middle school cross country coach

cost:

$100

QUICKSTART TENNIS For girls and boys ages 5–7 Workshop for beginner to intermediate players. This workshop

sting training academy VOLLEYBALL ALL–SKILLS CAMP For girls entering grades 5–8 This camp is designed to help players develop all volleyball skills. The focus is on improving footwork, technique, and accuracy; on improving defensive skills, ball control, and strategies; and improving basic and advanced hitting skills. date/time: Monday–Friday; June 17–21; 9:00 am–noon instructor: Hattie Rounder early childhood teacher and varsity volleyball coach

cost:

$125

LACROSSE RISING STARS CLINIC For girls entering grades 3–6 and 7–8 This camp will focus on fundamental instruction in stick work and shooting techniques, offensive and defensive strategies, and transition play. All campers need to bring their own lacrosse stick, eye gear, and mouth guard for the camp. date/time: Grades 3 –6: Monday–Wednesday, June 10–12; 1:00–4:00 pm Grades 7–8: Monday–Thursday, June 10–13; 9:00 am–noon instructor: David Gearhardt middle school lacrosse coach cost: $90 for grades 3–6; $120 for grades 7–8

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educators institute place—one stitch at a time.” Your classroom’s projects will be collected and sent to worthy causes around the world during the last week in October. Space is limited. date/time: Thursday, June 6; 1:00–3:00 pm instructor: Kathleen Towner senior kindergarten teacher cost: $40 SPANISH IMMERSION INSTITUTE For educators Improve your proficiency in Spanish by immersing yourself in the language right here in Memphis! This session is designed for nonnative Spanish instructors to improve and maintain conversation skills. An array of communicative activities in Spanish will increase vocabulary and language structures. date/time: Monday–Friday, July 8–12; 10:00 am–3:00 pm guest scholars: Alejandra Lewja world languages chair Rosa Carter upper school Spanish cost: $250

HUTCHISON LEADS SUMMIT For educators and girls entering grades 9–12; please note: this experience requires participants to complete a summit application. Educators and young women will address compelling issues of our time, including poverty, hunger, education reform, urban development, and the relationships between female empowerment and economic growth. Our conference model offers a cross-generational teaching and learning method with modules, workshops, and speakers, maximizing the learning for both educators and teams of young women. This summit is an opportunity for a diverse range of young women and educators to address and organize initiatives and leave the summit with action plans for transformative change within their own schools and communities. For a full schedule or application, visit www.hutchisonschool.org or call 761-2220, extension 1771. date/time: Monday–Thursday, June 17–20; 8:00 am–5:00 pm facilitators: Caroline Blatti Hutchison Leads director and national and regional guest speakers and scholars cost: $250 MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR WORLD: THE KNITTING PROJECT For educators and girls and boys grades 4–8 Explore service learning for your classroom students. Inspired by the book Knitting for Peace, Ms. Towner will teach you how to knit and teach other students in order to “make the world a better 12

NEW TEACHER INSTITUTE For new Hutchison educators New faculty will be introduced to Hutchison Upper School activities and responsibilities. Familiarize yourself with the various facets of the culture and spirit of the Hutchison Upper School. Explore innovative ideas, plan, and practice the implementation of lessons and activities for a technology infused classroom of girls. date/time: Mondays–Fridays, June 17–28 guest scholar: Gretchen Gintz upper school learning specialist cost: free CONNECT SERIES: CAREERS IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY For career counselors, college counselors, upper school and middle school heads, STEM teachers Educators Institute Connect Series aims at exploring the intersections and developing connections between schools, students, and industry. Join moderator Jana Markowitz, national director of Society for Information Technology, and learn about the amazing opportunities in the field of technology. Connect to outstanding industry executives who are passionate about inspiring the next generation. date/time: Friday, August 23; 7:30–9:00 am guest scholars: industry experts from technology field cost: free


BERNICE HEDERMAN HUSSEY ANNUAL FAMILY FISHING RODEO For families Let’s celebrate summer with fun outdoors. Bring a pole and a picnic dinner and relax and catch some fish in Hutchison’s stocked

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lake. The Center for Excellence staff will provide the popsicles! date/time: Thursday, June 13; 4:00–6:30 pm hosts: Hutchison Staff cost: free

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GIR LS AND BOYS CAMPS FOR GIRLS and BOYS ENTERING GRADES JK–5 and GIRLS ENTERING PRE–K

Hutchison’s SPARK! Day Camp

is a traditional day camp that girls and boys have loved for years. We offer 11 weeks of camp for girls and boys, making it easy to fit one or more weeks into your vacation schedule. We will continue the “drop in for a day of camp” option for $50 per day, based on availability. This year we are excited to also offer day camp for pre–kindergarten girls. Campers must be 3 years of age by June 1, 2013, and potty–trained to attend the pre–kindergarten camps. To attend all other sessions, campers must be 4 years of age by June 1, 2013.

SPARK! summer 2013

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, tennis courts, athletic center, computer labs, dance studios, lake, swimming pool, and theater. Campers canoe and fish in our campus lake and swim daily at the Hutchison swimming pool, staffed by certified lifeguards at all times. We will continue with an academic pursuits time for campers in grades 3–5 to work on their summer reading and math packets. Quiet activities and games will be available for campers who do not have summer packets.

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camp schedule

SPARK Day Camp is open Monday–Friday, from 9:00 am–3:00 pm. SPARK Day Camp will not be in session on Monday, May 27, and Thursday, July 4.

early care

Early Care is available to registered campers from 7:30 –9:00 am for an additional charge: $25 per session ($20 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) or $15 per day. 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.


WEEKLY THEMES

Welcome to the Jungle June 3–7: Around the World June 10–14: Horsing Around June 17–21: Land of Oz June 24–28: Camp Rock July 1–5: Heroes May 28– 31:

Get in the Game July 15–19: Mud and Suds July 22–26: Experiments in the Kitchen July 29–August 2: Off to the Races August 5–9: Art–A–Palooza July 8–12:

DAILY SCHEDULES* Times

Ladybugs

Butter flies

Sting

Boys

9:00–9:10

Roll Call

Roll Call

Roll Call

Roll Call

9:15–9:30

Competitions

Competitions

Competitions

Competitions

9:35–10:05

Snack/Playground

Snack/Playground

Farm/Lake

Swim

10:10–10:40

Farm/Lake

Farm/Lake

Snack/Playground

Snack/Playground

10:45–11:10

Swim

Art

Games

Farm/Lake

11:15–11:40

Games

Swim

Waterslide

Art

11:45–12:10

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

12:15–1:00

Rest

Academic Pursuits

Academic Pursuits

Rest/Academic Pursuits

1:05–1:35

Art

Games

Building

Waterslide

1:40–2:10

Waterslide

Building

Art

Building

2:15–2:45

Building

Waterslide

Swim

Games

2:50–3:00

Pack up, Snack, and Carpool

Pack up, Snack, and Carpool

Pack up, Snack, and Carpool

Pack up, Snack, nack, and Carpool ol

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Contact SPARK director for Pre–K schedule.

Su n  Mrs. Burt 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! date/time: June 24 – 28, 9:00 am–1:00 pm cost: $150

SPARK! summer 2013

For girls entering grades JK–3

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classes times instructor cost academy Week One: May 28–31 SPARK!: Welcome to the Jungle Week Two: June 3–7 I Dig Dinosaurs Science Camp SK–2...............9:00 am–noon ........... Wesson ............ $150.00 ......................Scholars I Dig Rocks Science Camp SK–2 .....................1:00–4:00 pm ............ Wesson ............ $150.00 ......................Scholars Books & Ballet JK–1 ........................................9:00 am–noon ........... Koeppel ............ $150.00 ............................ Arts Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) .............................9:00–10:15 am............ Mitchell ............ $130.00 .........................Sports SPARK!: Around the World Week Three: June 10–14 WeDo LEGO SK–2 .........................................9:00–11:00 am ........... Kent.................. $100.00 ......................Scholars Wings Gymnastics PK–SK ..............................9:00 am–noon ........... Wings ............... $225 ..............................Sports Family Fishing Rodeo (Th) June 13 ................4:00–6:30 pm ............ Staff ................. free .............................Parents SPARK!: Horsing Around Week Four: June 17–21 Geography and Math SK–1.............................9:00 am–noon ........... Lair ................... $150.00 ......................Scholars Soccer Camp SK–4 ........................................9:00–11:00 am ........... Shelton ............. $125.00 .........................Sports SPARK!: Land of Oz Week Five: June 24–28 Hip Hop Hooray! JK–2 ...................................9:00 am–noon ........... Kimbrell ............ $150.00 ............................ Arts Group Singing JK–1 ........................................9:00 am–noon ........... Black................. $150.00 ............................ Arts Quickstart Tennis II (M–Th) ............................9:00–10:15 am............ Mitchell ............ $130.00 .........................Sports SPARK!: Camp Rock Week Six: July 2–5: no cfe classes SPARK!: Heroes Week Seven: July 8–12 Wings Gymnastics PK–SK ..............................9:00 am–noon ........... Wings ............... $225 ..............................Sports Cheer Nation JK–2 .........................................9:00 am–noon ........... Kimbrell ............ $150.00 .........................Sports Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) .............................9:00–10:15 am............ Mitchell ............ $130.00 .........................Sports SPARK!: Get in the Game Week Eight: July 15–19 Rainbow Magic Fairy Book Club SK–2 ...........9:00 am–noon ........... Towner ............. $150.00 ......................Scholars Art-Rageous! JK–1 ..........................................1:00–3:30 pm ............. Pendergrass ..... $150.00 ............................ Arts Explore Music JK–1 .........................................9:00 am–noon ........... Black................. $150.00 ............................ Arts SPARK!: Mud and Suds Week Nine: July 22–26 Kids Connection I ...........................................9:00 am–noon ........... Prewitt ............. $150.00 ......................Scholars Jump Into JK...................................................9:00 am–noon ........... Thompson ........ $150.00 ......................Scholars SPARK!: Experiments in the Kitchen Week Ten: July 29–August 2 Kids Connection II...........................................9:00 am–noon ........... Prewitt ............. $150.00 ......................Scholars Sail Into SK .....................................................9:00 am–noon ........... Thompson ........ $150.00 ......................Scholars SPARK!: Off to the Races Week Eleven: August 5–9 Sing, Dance, Play! JK–1...................................9:00 am–noon ........... Randall ............. $150.00 ............................ Arts SPARK!: Art–A–Palooza


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classes times instructor cost academy Week One: May 28–31 Basketball Skills and Drills 1–4 (T–F) ..............8:30–10:30 am ........... Jones ................ $100.00 .........................Sports SPARK!: Welcome to the Jungle Week Two: June 3–7 I Dig Dinosaurs Science Camp SK–2...............9:00 am–noon ........... Wesson ............ $150.00 ......................Scholars I Dig Rocks Science Camp SK–2 .....................1:00–4:00 pm ............ Wesson ............ $150.00 ......................Scholars Books & Ballet JK–1 ........................................9:00 am–noon ........... Koeppel ............ $150.00 ............................ Arts Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) .............................9:00–10:15 am............ Mitchell ............ $130.00 .........................Sports Madeline Goes to the Museum 1–2 ...............9:00 am–noon ........... Duckworth ....... $150.00 ......................Scholars The Knitting Project 4–8 (Thursday only) ......1:00–3:00 pm ............. Towner ............. $40.00 .......................Scholars Running Clinic (M–Th) ....................................9:00–10:30 am ........... Bryant .............. $100.00 .........................Sports SPARK!: Around the World Week Three: June 10–14 Wings Gymnastics 1–4 ...................................9:00 am–noon ........... Wings ............... $225 ..............................Sports WeDo LEGO SK–2 ..........................................9:00–11:00 am ........... Kent.................. $100.00 ......................Scholars Designers’ Club - Math is “Sew” Easy 3-4 .....9:00 am–noon ........... Towner ............. $150.00 ......................Scholars Wizard of Oz Theater Camp (2 weeks) ..........1:00–4:00 pm ............ Sanders ............ $250.00............................ Arts Lacrosse Rising Stars Clinic 3–6 (M–W)........1:00–4:00 pm ............ Gearhardt ......... $90.00 .............. Sting Training Dance Camp 4–12...........................................9:00 am–noon ........... Koeppel ............ $150.00 ............................ Arts Family Fishing Rodeo (Th) June 13 ................4:00–6:30 pm ............ Staff ................. free .............................Parents SPARK!: Horsing Around Week Four: June 17–21 Geography and Math SK–1.............................9:00 am–noon ........... Lair ................... $150.00 ......................Scholars Soccer Camp SK–4 ........................................9:00–11:00 am ........... Shelton ............. $125.00 .........................Sports Multi Media Art 1–4 (2 weeks) .......................1:00–4:00 pm ............ Duckworth ....... $250.00............................ Arts Pottery 1–4 (2 weeks).....................................9:00 am–noon ........... Turvaville .......... $250.00............................ Arts Mystery History Time Travel Club I 3–5..........9:30 am–12:30 pm ..... Bonesteel ......... $150.00 ......................Scholars All Roads Lead to China 1–8 ..........................8:30 am–4:00 pm ...... CIUM ................ $175.00 .......................Scholars Drum Clinic 3–5 ..............................................9:00 am–noon ........... Hatfield ............ $150.00 ............................ Arts SPARK!: Land of Oz Week Five: June 24–28 Muddy Math 1–2 ............................................9:00–11:00 am ........... Pierce ............... $100.00 ......................Scholars Hip Hop Hooray! JK–2 ...................................9:00 am–noon ........... Kimbrell ............ $150.00 ............................ Arts Rock Camp Jr. 3–4 .........................................9:00 am–1:15 pm........ Wilkins ............. $150.00 ............................ Arts Group Singing JK–1 ........................................9:00 am–noon ........... Black................. $150.00 ............................ Arts Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) ages 5–7 .............9:00–10:15 am............ Mitchell ............ $130.00 .........................Sports Basketball Day Camp (M–Th) 1–4 ..................9:00 am–2 pm ........... Lansden ........... $175.00 ..........................Sports Wings Gymnastics 1–4 ...................................9:00 am–noon ........... Winds............... $225 ..............................Sports SPARK!: Camp Rock Week Six: July 1–5: no cfe classes SPARK!: Heroes Week Seven: July 8–12 Cheer Nation JK–2 .........................................9:00 am–noon ........... Kimbrell ............ $150.00 .........................Sports Quickstart Tennis II (M–Th) ............................9:00–10:15 am............ Mitchell ............ $130.00 .........................Sports Spanish Camp 1–4 ..........................................9:00 am–noon ........... Williamson ....... $150.00 ......................Scholars Hogwarts at Hutchison 2–5...........................9:00 am–noon ........... Kent/Wesson ... $150.00 ......................Scholars Teen Tech Camp 4–8......................................1:00–4:00 pm ............ Agee ................. $125.00 ......................Scholars continued next page

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for grades 1-4, cont. classes times instructor cost academy Week Seven, continued Toy Workshop 3–6 .........................................9:30 am–12:30 pm ..... Bonesteel ......... $150.00 ......................Scholars Pom Dance Camp 3–6....................................10:00 am–12:30 pm.... Dunham ........... $150.00 .........................Sports Wings Gymnastics 1–4 ...................................9:00 am–noon ........... Wings ............... $225 ..............................Sports Basketball Skills And Drills 1–6 .......................8:30–10:30 am ........... Jones ................ $125.00 .........................Sports SPARK!: Get in the Game Week Eight: July 15–19 Rainbow Magic Fairy Book Club SK–2 ...........9:00 am–noon ........... Towner ............. $150.00 ......................Scholars Art-Rageous! JK–1 ..........................................1:00–3:30 pm ............. Pendergrass ..... $150.00 ............................ Arts Explore Music! JK–1........................................9:00 am–noon ........... Black................. $150.00 ............................ Arts Wild Things/Mask Making 2–4 ......................9:30 am–12:30 pm ..... Bonesteel ......... $125.00 ............................ Arts SPARK!: Mud and Suds Week Nine: July 22–26 Take Off To Third Grade.................................9:00 am–noon ........... Dunlap.............. $150.00 ......................Scholars Chef-tastic! Cooking from the Farm 1–4 .......9:00 am–noon ........... Pierce ............... $180.00 ......................Scholars Mystery History Time Travel Club II 3–5.........9:30 am–12:30 pm ..... Bonesteel ......... $150.00 ......................Scholars Lemonade Stand$ 3–6 ...................................10:00 am–12:30 pm.... Skoog ............... $125.00 ......................Scholars SPARK!: Experiments in the Kitchen Week Ten: July 29–August 2 Brush Up for First Grade ................................9:00 am–noon ........... Towner ............. $150.00 ......................Scholars Cruisin’ Into Second Grade .............................9:00 am–noon ........... Demere ............ $150.00 ......................Scholars Fly Into Fourth Grade .....................................9:00 am–noon ........... Fields ................ $150.00 ......................Scholars Mosaic Tile Art 1–4 ........................................9:00 am–noon ........... Turvaville .......... $150.00 ............................ Arts The Knitting Project 4–8 (Thursday only) ......1:00–3:00 pm ............. Towner ............. $40.00 .......................Scholars Basketball Skills And Drills 1–6 .......................8:30–10:30 am ........... Jones ................ $125.00 .........................Sports World Explorers 1–2 .......................................1:00–4:00 pm ............ Lair ................... $150.00 ......................Scholars SPARK!: Off to the Races Week Eleven: August 5–9 Sing, Dance, Play! JK–1...................................9:00 am–noon ........... Randall ............. $150.00 ............................ Arts Fabulous Fables 4–6 ......................................9:00 am–noon ........... Poletti/Bonesteel .. $125.00 ......................Scholars Playwriting & Acting 3–6................................1:00–3:30 pm ............. Poletti............... $80.00 ............................. Arts SPARK!: Art–A–Palooza

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classes times instructor cost academy Week Two: June 3–7 The Knitting Project (Thursday only)..............1:00–3:00 pm ............. Towner ............. $40.00 ....................Educators Week Four: June 17–21 Hutchison Leads Summit ...............................8:00 am–5:00 pm ...... Hutch Leads..... $250.00...................Educators New Teacher Institute (Hutchison teachers) ..................................... Gintz................. free .........................Educators Week Seven: July 8–12 Spanish Immersion Institute...........................10:00 am–3:00 pm..... Lejwa/Carter .... $250.00...................Educators


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classes times instructor cost academy Week One: May 28–31 Basketball Skills and Drills 5–8 (girls) .............10:30 am–12:30 pm .... Jones ................ $100.00 .........................Sports SPARK!: Welcome to the Jungle 5th grade ony * Week Two: June 3–7 The Knitting Project 4–8 (Wednesday only) ..1:00–3:00 pm ............. Towner ............. $40.00 .......................Scholars Running Clinic (M–Th) ....................................9:00–10:30 am ........... Bryant .............. $100.00 .........................Sports BGBF (2 weeks) .............................................8:00 am–4:00 pm ..... Staff ................. $325.00 ...................... Leaders Mentors in the Making I 6–8 .........................9:00 am–3:00 pm ...... Staff ................. $220.00...................... Leaders SPARK!: Around the World 5th grade only * Week Three: June 10–14 Wizard of Oz Theater Camp (2 weeks) ..........1:00–4:00 pm ............ Sanders ............ $250.00............................ Arts Lacrosse Rising Stars Clinic 3–6 (M–W)........1:00–4:00 pm ............ Gearhardt ......... $90.00 .............. Sting Training Dance Camp 4–12...........................................9:00 am–noon ........... Koeppel ............ $150.00 ............................ Arts Lacrosse Rising Stars Clinic 7–8 (M–Th) .......9:00 am–noon ........... Gearhardt ......... $120.00 ............. Sting Training Mentors in the Making II 6–8 ........................9:00 am–3:00 pm ...... Staff ................. $220.00...................... Leaders Build A Computer (Wednesday only) .............12:30–3:30 pm............ Kent.................. $25.00 ........................Scholars Babysitting Basics 5–8 (Wednesday only) .....8:00 am–noon ........... Duke................. $55.00 ........................ Leaders Fitness I 7–12 ..................................................9:00–10:30 am ........... Bryant .............. $100.00 .........................Sports Family Fishing Rodeo (Th) June 13 ................4:00–6:30 pm ............ Staff ................. free .............................Parents SPARK!: Horsing Around 5th grade only * Week Four: June 17–21 Mystery History Time Travel Club I 3–5..........9:30 am–12:30 pm ..... Bonesteel ......... $150.00 ......................Scholars All Roads Lead to China 1–8 ..........................8:30 am–4:00 pm ...... CIUM ................ $175.00 .......................Scholars Drum Clinic 3–5 ..............................................9:00 am–noon ........... Hatfield ............ $150.00 ............................ Arts Pottery 5–8 (2 weeks) ....................................1:00–4:00 pm ............ Turvaville .......... $250.00............................ Arts Volleyball All Skills 5–8 ...................................9:00 am–noon ........... Rounder ........... $125.00 ............. Sting Training Drum Clinic 6–9..............................................1:00–3:30 pm ............. Hatfield ............ $150.00 ............................ Arts SPARK!: Land of Oz 5th grade only * Week Five: June 24–28 Jewelry Design 5–8 ........................................1:00–4:00pm ............. Bonesteel ......... $165.00 ............................ Arts DGRC 5–12 ......................................................9:00 am–5:00 pm ...... Staff ................. $250.00............................ Arts Fitness II 7–12 .................................................9:00–10:30 am ........... Bryant .............. $100.00 .........................Sports SPARK!: Camp Rock 5th grade only * Week Six: July 1–5: no cfe classes SPARK!: Heroes 5th grade only * Week Seven: July 8–12 Hogwarts at Hutchison 2–5...........................9:00 am–noon ........... Kent/Wesson ... $150.00 ......................Scholars Teen Tech Camp 4–8......................................1:00–4:00 pm ............ Agee ................. $125.00 ......................Scholars Toy Workshop 3–6 .........................................9:30 am–12:30 pm ..... Bonesteel ......... $150.00 ......................Scholars Pom Dance Camp 3–6....................................10:00 am–12:30 pm.... Dunham ........... $150.00 .........................Sports Basketball Skills And Drills 1–6 .......................8:30–10:30 am ........... Jones ................ $125.00 .........................Sports Spanish Camp 5–8 .........................................1:00–4:00 pm ............ Williamson ....... $150.00 ......................Scholars Mentors in the Making III 6–8 .......................9:00 am–3:00 pm ...... Staff ................. $220.00...................... Leaders

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for grades 5-8, cont. classes times instructor cost academy Week Seven, continued: July 8–12 Musical Theatre Review 5–8 ..........................1:00–4:00 pm ............ Black................. $150.00 ............................ Arts Basketball Skills and Drills 7–12 (girls).............10:30 am–12:30 pm .... Jones ................ $125.00 .........................Sports Want to be a CEO? 7–12 (Wed. only) .............9:30 am–3:00 pm ...... Hutch Leads..... $5.00.......................... Leaders Pom Dance Camp 7–10...................................1:00–4:00 pm ............ Dunham ........... $175.00 ..........................Sports SPARK!: Get in the Game 5th grade only * Week Eight: July 15–19 Mentors in the Making IV 6–8 ......................9:00 am–3:00 pm ...... Staff ................. $220.00...................... Leaders Fitness III 7–12 ................................................9:00–10:30 am ........... Bryant .............. $100.00 .........................Sports SPARK!: Mud and Suds 5th grade only * Week Nine: July 22–26 Mystery History Time Travel Club II 3–5.........9:30 am–12:30 pm ..... Bonesteel ......... $150.00 ......................Scholars Lemonade Stand$ 3–6 ...................................10:00 am–12:30 pm.... Skoog ............... $125.00 ......................Scholars Writers for Life 7–8 ........................................10 am–noon ............... Kelly.................. $150.00 ......................Scholars Intro to Pre-Algebra .......................................9:00–10:30 am ........... Wheaton .......... $125.00 ......................Scholars Lemonade Stand$ 7–9 ...................................1:00–3:30 pm ............. Skoog ............... $125.00 ......................Scholars Intro to Algebra/Pre-Algebra Review .............11:00 am–12:30 pm..... Wheaton .......... $125.00 ......................Scholars Girls’ Confidence Coalition 5–9 ......................9:30 am–3:00 pm ...... Hutch Leads..... $100.00 ...................... Leaders A Girl’s Guide to Middle School .....................9:30 am–noon ........... Koehn ............... $150.00 ......................Scholars Multi-Media Dimensional Art 5–8..................1:00–4:00 pm ............ Turvaville .......... $150.00 ............................ Arts SPARK!: Experiments in the Kitchen 5th grade only * Week Ten: July 29–August 2 The Knitting Project 4–8 (Thursday only) ......1:00–3:00 pm ............. Towner ............. $40.00 .......................Scholars Study Habits & Notetaking 5–6 .....................9:00–10:30 am ........... O’Bar ................ $110.00 .......................Scholars Study Habits & Notetaking 7–8 .....................10:30 am–noon .......... O’Bar ................ $110.00 .......................Scholars A Girl’s Guide to Middle School .....................9:30 am–noon ........... Koehn ............... $150.00 ......................Scholars Basketball Skills And Drills 1–6 .......................8:30–10:30 am ........... Jones ................ $125.00 .........................Sports Basketball Skills and Drills 7–12 ......................10:30 am–12:30 pm .... Jones ................ $125.00 .........................Sports Mosaic Tile Art 5–8 (2 weeks) ........................1:00–4:00 pm ............ Duckworth ....... $250.00............................ Arts Digital Photography 5–8 ................................1:00–4:00 pm ............ Ayers ................ $150.00 ............................ Arts SPARK!: Off to the Races 5th grade only * Week Eleven: August 5–9 Fabulous Fables 4–6 ......................................10:00 am–noon .......... Bonesteel ......... $125.00 ...................... Scholars Playwriting & Acting 3–6................................1:00–3:30 pm ............. Poletti............... $80.00 .............................. Arts MS Leadership Seminar 7–8 (Wed. only) .......1:00–3:00 pm ............. Ligon ................ free ............................. Leaders SPARK!: Art–A–Palooza 5th grade only

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classes times instructor cost academy Week Three: June 10–14 Dance Camp 4–12...........................................9:00 am–noon ........... Koeppel ............ $150.00 ............................ Arts Fitness I 7-12 ...................................................9:00-10:30 am............ Bryant .............. $100.00 .........................Sports Family Fishing Rodeo (Th) June 13 ................4:00–6:30 pm ............ Staff ................. free .............................Parents Week Four: June 17–21 Drum Clinic 6–9..............................................1:00–3:30 pm ............. Hatfield ............ $150.00 ............................ Arts Hutchison Leads Summit (M–Th) 9–12..........8:00 am-5:00 pm....... Hutch Leads..... $250.00...................... Leaders Summer Art Intensive 9–12 (2 weeks) ............8:30 am-3:30 pm ....... Leake................ $960.00 ........................... Arts Week Five: June 24–28 DGRC 5–12 ......................................................9:00 am–5:00 pm ...... Staff ................. $250.00............................ Arts Fitness II 7–12 .................................................9:00–10:30 am ........... Bryant .............. $100.00 .........................Sports Week Six: July 2–July 5: no cfe classes Week Seven: July 8–12 Basketball Skills and Drills 7–12 (girls).............10:30 am–12:30 pm .... Jones ................ $125.00 .........................Sports Want to be a CEO? 7–12 (Wed. only) .............9:30 am–3:00 pm ...... Hutch Leads..... $5.00.......................... Leaders Pom Dance Camp 7–10...................................1:00–4:00 pm ............ Dunham ........... $175.00 ..........................Sports Make...............................................................1:00–4:00 pm ............ Bonesteel ......... $125.00 ......................Scholars Week Eight: July 15–19 Fitness III 7–12 ................................................9:00–10:30 am ........... Bryant .............. $100.00 .........................Sports Writers for Life 9–12 (2 weeks) ......................1:00–3:00 pm ............. Kelly.................. $200.00 .....................Scholars Week Nine: July 22–26 Lemonade Stand$ 7–9 ...................................1:00–3:30 pm ............. Skoog ............... $125.00 ......................Scholars Intro to Algebra/Pre-Algebra Review .............11:00 am–12:30 pm..... Wheaton .......... $125.00 ......................Scholars Girls’ Confidence Coalition 5–9 ......................9:30 am–3:00 pm ...... Hutch Leads..... $100.00 ...................... Leaders Week Ten: July 29–August 2 Basketball Skills and Drills 7–12 ......................10:30 am–12:30 pm .... Jones ................ $125.00 .........................Sports Spanish Review 9–11.......................................10:00–11:00 am .......... Carter ............... $75.00 ........................Scholars Audition Prep Intensive 9–12 (T–Th) ..............1:00–4:00 pm ............ Poletti............... $50.00 ............................. Arts

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June 3–August 3 SUMMER INTERNS ........................................8:00 am–4:30 pm ...... Ford .................. free ............................. Leaders

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week 2

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JUNE 4 SPARK! Day Camp I Dig Dinosaurs Camp SK–2 I Dig Rocks Camp SK–2 Books & Ballet JK–1 Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) Madeline/Museum 1–2

Running Clinic (M–Th) BGBF (2 weeks) Mentors in the Making I 6–8

JUNE 11 SPARK! Day Camp WeDo LEGO SK–2 Wings Gymnastics PK–4 Designers’/Math/Sew Easy 3–4 Wizard of Oz Camp (2 weeks) Lacrosse Clinic 3–6 (M–W) Dance Camp 4–12 Lacrosse Clinic 7–8 (M–Th) Mentors in the Making II 6–8

Fitness I 7–12

JUNE 18 SPARK! Day Camp Geography and Math SK–1 Soccer Camp SK–4 Multi Media Art 1–4 (2 weeks) Pottery 1–4 (2 weeks) Mystery History/Travel Club I 3–5 All Roads Lead to China 1–8 Drum Clinic 3–5 Pottery 5–8 (2 weeks) Volleyball All Skills 5–8 Drum Clinic 6–9 ▼

JUNE 3

SPARK! Day Camp I Dig Dinosaurs Camp SK–2 I Dig Rocks Camp SK–2 Books & Ballet JK–1 Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) Madeline/Museum 1–2

Running Clinic (M–Th) BGBF (2 weeks) Mentors in the Making I 6–8

JUNE 10

SPARK! Day Camp WeDo LEGO SK–2 Wings Gymnastics PK–4 Designers’/Math/Sew Easy 3–4 Wizard of Oz Camp (2 weeks) Lacrosse 3–6 (M–W) Dance Camp 4–12 Lacrosse Clinic 7–8 (M–Th) Mentors in the Making II 6–8

Fitness I 7–12

JUNE 17

SPARK! Day Camp Geography and Math SK–1 Soccer Camp SK–4 Multi Media Art 1–4 (2 weeks) Pottery 1–4 (2 weeks) Mystery History/Travel Club I 3–5 All Roads Lead to China 1–8 Drum Clinic 3–5 Pottery 5–8 (2 weeks) Volleyball All Skills 5–8 Drum Clinic 6–9 ▼

SPARK! Day Camp Geography and Math SK–1 Soccer Camp SK–4 Multi Media Art 1–4 (2 weeks) Pottery 1–4 (2 weeks) Mystery History/Travel Club I 3–5 All Roads Lead to China 1–8 Drum Clinic 3–5 Pottery 5–8 (2 weeks) Volleyball All Skills 5–8 Drum Clinic 6–9 ▼

JUNE 19

SPARK! Day Camp WeDo LEGO SK–2 Wings Gymnastics PK–4 Designers’/Math/Sew Easy 3–4 Wizard of Oz Camp (2 weeks) Lacrosse Clinic 3–6 (M–W) Dance Camp 4–12 Lacrosse Clinic 7–8 (M–Th) Mentors in the Making II 6–8 Build A Computer (Wed. only) Babysitting Basics 5–8 (Wed. only) Fitness I 7–12

JUNE 12

Running Clinic (M–Th) BGBF (2 weeks) Mentors in the Making I 6–8

SPARK! JDay Camp I Dig Dinosaurs Camp SK–2 I Dig Rocks Camp SK–2 Books & Ballet JK–1 Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) Madeline/Museum 1–2

JUNE 5

Basketball Skills 5–8 (girls)

MAY 29

SPARK! Day Camp Basketball Skills 1–4 Basketball Skills 5–8 (girls)

Internships]

MAY 28

WEDNESDAY

[June 3–Aug. 3:

TUESDAY

MAY 27 – no classes

MONDAY

SPARK! Day Camp Geography and Math SK–1 Soccer Camp SK–4 Multi Media Art 1–4 (2 weeks) Pottery 1–4 (2 weeks) Mystery History/Travel Club I 3–5 All Roads Lead to China 1–8 Drum Clinic 3–5 Pottery 5–8 (2 weeks) Volleyball All Skills 5–8 Drum Clinic 6–9 ▼

JUNE 20

Fitness I 7–12 Annual Family Fishing Rodeo

Dance Camp 4–12

Dance Camp 4–12 Lacrosse Clinic 7–8 (M–Th) Mentors in the Making II 6–8

SPARK! Day Camp Geography and Math SK–1 Soccer Camp SK–4 Multi Media Art 1–4 (2 weeks) Pottery 1–4 (2 weeks) Mystery History/Travel Club I 3–5 All Roads Lead to China 1–8 Drum Clinic 3–5 Pottery 5–8 (2 weeks) Volleyball All Skills 5–8 Drum Clinic 6–9 ▼

JUNE 21

Fitness I 7–12

Mentors in the Making II 6–8

SPARK! Day Camp WeDo LEGO SK–2 Wings Gymnastics PK–4 Designers’/Math/Sew Easy 3–4 Wizard of Oz Camp (2 weeks)

JUNE 14

BGBF (2 weeks) Mentors in the Making I 6–8

Madeline/Museum 1–2

SPARK! Day Camp I Dig Dinosaurs Camp SK–2 I Dig Rocks Camp SK–2 Books & Ballet JK–1

JUNE 7

Basketball Skills 5–8 (girls)

SPARK! Day Camp Basketball Skills 1–4

MAY 31

FRIDAY

SPARK! Day Camp WeDo LEGO SK–2 Wings Gymnastics PK–4 Designers’/Math/Sew Easy 3–4 Wizard of Oz Camp (2 weeks)

JUNE 13

SPARK! Day Camp I Dig Dinosaurs Camp SK–2 I Dig Rocks Camp SK–2 Books & Ballet JK–1 Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) Madeline/Museum 1–2 Knitting Project 4–8 and Adults (Thurs. only) Running Clinic (M–Th) BGBF (2 weeks) Mentors in the Making I 6–8

JUNE 6

SPARK! Day Camp Basketball Skills 1–4 Basketball Skills 5–8 (girls)

MAY 30

THURSDAY


week 5

week 7 wk6

week 8

Pom Dance Camp 7–10 Make 9–12 Spanish Immersion - Educators

JULY 19 SPARK! Day Camp Rainbow/Book Club SK–2 Art-Rageous! JK–1 Explore Music! JK–1 Wild Things/Mask Making 2–4 Mentors in the Making IV 6–8

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Pom Dance Camp 7–10 Make 9–12 Spanish Immersion - Educators

JULY 18 SPARK! Day Camp Rainbow/Book Club SK–2 Art-Rageous! JK–1 Explore Music! JK–1 Wild Things/Mask Making 2–4 Mentors in the Making IV 6–8

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Spanish Immersion - Educators

Spanish Immersion - Educators

JULY 16 SPARK! Day Camp Rainbow/Book Club SK–2 Art-Rageous! JK–1 Explore Music! JK–1 Wild Things/Mask Making 2–4 Mentors in the Making IV 6–8

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JULY 15

SPARK! Day Camp Rainbow/Book Club SK–2 Art-Rageous! JK–1 Explore Music! JK–1 Wild Things/Mask Making 2–4 Mentors in the Making IV 6–8

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Passport/Spanish Camp 1–4 Hogwarts at Hutchison 2–5 Teen Tech Camp 4–8 Toy Workshop 3–6 Pom Dance Camp 3-6 Basketball Skills And Drills 1–6 Passport/Spanish Camp 5–8 Mentors in the Making III 6–8 Musical Theatre Review 5–8 Basketball Skills 7–12 (girls)

Pom Dance Camp 7–10 Make 9–12

SPARK! Day Camp Cheer Nation JK–2 Wings Gymnastics PK–4

Pom Dance Camp 7–10 Make 9–12 Spanish Immersion - Educators

JULY 12

SPARK! Day Camp Cheer Nation JK–2 Wings Gymnastics PK–4 Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) Passport/Spanish Camp 1–4 Hogwarts at Hutchison 2–5 Teen Tech Camp 4–8 Toy Workshop 3–6 Pom Dance Camp 3-6 Basketball Skills And Drills 1–6 Passport/Spanish Camp 5–8 Mentors in the Making III 6–8 Musical Theatre Review 5–8 Basketball Skills 7–12 (girls)

SPARK! Day Camp Cheer Nation JK–2 Wings Gymnastics PK–4 Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) Passport/Spanish Camp 1–4 Hogwarts at Hutchison 2–5 Teen Tech Camp 4–8 Toy Workshop 3–6 Pom Dance Camp 3-6 Basketball Skills And Drills 1–6 Passport/Spanish Camp 5–8 Mentors in the Making III 6–8 Musical Theatre Review 5–8 Basketball Skills 7–12 (girls)

JULY 11

SPARK! Day Camp Cheer Nation JK–2 Wings Gymnastics PK–4 Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) Passport/Spanish Camp 1–4 Hogwarts at Hutchison 2–5 Teen Tech Camp 4–8 Toy Workshop 3–6 Pom Dance Camp 3-6 Basketball Skills And Drills 1–6 Passport/Spanish Camp 5–8 Mentors in the Making III 6–8 Musical Theatre Review 5–8 Basketball Skills 7–12 (girls) … a CEO? 7–12 (Wed. only) Pom Dance Camp 7–10 Make 9–12

JULY 9

SPARK! Day Camp Cheer Nation JK–2 Wings Gymnastics PK–4 Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) Passport/Spanish Camp 1–4 Hogwarts at Hutchison 2–5 Teen Tech Camp 4–8 Toy Workshop 3–6 Pom Dance Camp 3-6 Basketball Skills And Drills 1–6 Passport/Spanish Camp 5–8 Mentors in the Making III 6–8 Musical Theatre Review 5–8 Basketball Skills 7–12 (girls)

SPARK! Day Camp; no CFEs

closed for holiday

JULY 8

JULY 5

SPARK! Day Camp; no CFEs

JULY 4

JULY 2

Muddy Math 1–2 Group Singing JK–1 Rock Camp Jr. 3–4 Jewelry Design/ Sculpture 5–8 DGRC 5 –12

SPARK! Day Camp; no CFEs

SPARK! Day Camp Fitness II 7–12 Hip Hop Hooray! JK–2

SPARK! Day Camp Fitness II 7–12 Hip Hop Hooray! JK–2 Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) Basketball Day Camp 1–4 (M–Th) Muddy Math 1–2 Group Singing JK–1 Rock Camp Jr. 3–4 Jewelry Design/ Sculpture 5–8 DGRC 5 –12

JULY 1

JUNE 28

JUNE 27

SPARK! Day Camp Fitness II 7–12 Hip Hop Hooray! JK–2 Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) Basketball Day Camp 1–4 (M–Th) Muddy Math 1–2 Group Singing JK–1 Rock Camp Jr. 3–4 Jewelry Design/ Sculpture 5–8 DGRC 5 –12

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SPARK! Day Camp Rainbow/Book Club SK–2 Art-Rageous! JK–1 Explore Music! JK–1 Wild Things/Mask Making 2–4 Mentors in the Making IV 6–8

JULY 17

JULY 10

SPARK! Day Camp; no CFEs

JULY 3

SPARK! Day Camp Fitness II 7–12 Hip Hop Hooray! JK–2 Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) Basketball Day Camp 1–4 (M–Th) Muddy Math 1–2 Group Singing JK–1 Rock Camp Jr. 3–4 Jewelry Design/ Sculpture 5–8 DGRC 5 –12

JUNE 26

JUNE 25

SPARK! Day Camp Fitness II 7–12 Hip Hop Hooray! JK–2 Quickstart Tennis I (M–Th) Basketball Day Camp 1–4 (M–Th) Muddy Math 1–2 Group Singing JK–1 Rock Camp Jr. 3–4 Jewelry Design/ Sculpture 5–8 DGRC 5 –12

Art Intensive 9–12 (2 weeks) New Teacher Institute

Hutchison Leads Summit 9–12 girls & educators Art Intensive 9–12 (2 weeks) New Teacher Institute

JUNE 24

Hutchison Leads Summit 9–12 girls & educators Art Intensive 9–12 (2 weeks) New Teacher Institute

New Teacher Institute

Hutchison Leads Summit 9–12 girls & educators Art Intensive 9–12 (2 weeks)

Hutchison Leads Summit 9–12 girls & educators Art Intensive 9–12 (2 weeks) New Teacher Institute

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week 10

wk 11

Basketball Skills And Drills 1–6 Study Habits & Notetaking 5–6 Study Habits & Notetaking 7–8 Digital Photography 5–8 Mosaic Tile Art 5–8 (2 weeks) Basketball Skills and Drills 7–12 Spanish Review 9–11 Audition Prep 9–12 (T–Th)

Basketball Skills And Drills 1–6

AUGUST 6 SPARK! Day Camp Sing, Dance, Play! JK–1 Fabulous Fables 4–6 Playwriting & Acting 3–6

AUGUST 5

SPARK! Day Camp Sing, Dance, Play! JK–1 Fabulous Fables 4–6 Playwriting & Acting 3–6

Digital Photography 5–8 Mosaic Tile Art 5–8 (2 weeks) Basketball Skills and Drills 7–12 Spanish Review 9–11

SPARK! Day Camp World Explorers 1–2 Kids Connection II Sail Into SK Brush Up for First Grade Cruisin’ Into Second Grade Fly Into Fourth Grade Mosaic Tile Art 1–4 Digital Photography 5–8

SPARK! Day Camp Kids Connection I Jump Into JK Take Off To Third Grade Cooking from the Farm 1–4 Mystery History/Travel Club II 3 –5 Lemonade Stand$ 3–6 Multi-Media Dimensional Art 5–8 Writers for Life 7–8 Writers for Life 9–12 (2 weeks) Intro to Pre-Algebra Lemonade Stand$ 7-9 Intro to Algebra/Pre-Alg. Review Girls’ Confidence Coalition 5–9 A Girl’s Guide to Middle School

SPARK! Day Camp Kids Connection I Jump Into JK Take Off To Third Grade Cooking from the Farm 1–4 Mystery History/Travel Club II 3 –5 Lemonade Stand$ 3–6 Multi-Media Dimensional Art 5–8 Writers for Life 7– 8 Writers for Life 9–12 (2 weeks) Intro to Pre-Algebra Lemonade Stand$ 7-9 Intro to Algebra/Pre-Alg. Review Girls’ Confidence Coalition 5–9 A Girl’s Guide to Middle School

JULY 30

JULY 23

JULY 22

SPARK! Day Camp World Explorers 1–2 Kids Connection II Sail Into SK Brush Up for First Grade Cruisin’ Into Second Grade Fly Into Fourth Grade Mosaic Tile Art 1–4 Digital Photography 5–8

Fitness III 7–12 Writers for Life 9–12 (2 weeks)

JULY 29

JULY 16

Fitness III 7–12 Writers for Life 9–12 (2 weeks)

TUESDAY

JULY 15

MONDAY

SPARK! Day Camp Sing, Dance, Play! JK–1 Fabulous Fables 4–6 Playwriting & Acting 3–6 Leadership Seminar 7– 8

AUGUST 7

Basketball Skills And Drills 1–6 Study Habits & Notetaking 5–6 Study Habits & Notetaking 7–8 Digital Photography 5–8 Mosaic Tile Art 5–8 (2 weeks) Basketball Skills and Drills 7–12 Spanish Review 9–11 Audition Prep 9–12 (T–Th)

SPARK! Day Camp World Explorers 1–2 Kids Connection II Sail Into SK Brush Up for First Grade Cruisin’ Into Second Grade Fly Into Fourth Grade Mosaic Tile Art 1–4 Digital Photography 5–8

JULY 31

SPARK! Day Camp Kids Connection I Jump Into JK Take Off To Third Grade Cooking from the Farm 1–4 Mystery History/Travel Club II 3 –5 Lemonade Stand$ 3–6 Multi-Media Dimensional Art 5–8 Writers for Life 7–8 Writers for Life 9–12 (2 weeks) Intro to Pre-Algebra Lemonade Stand$ 7-9 Intro to Algebra/Pre-Alg. Review Girls’ Confidence Coalition 5–9 A Girl’s Guide to Middle School

JULY 24

Fitness III 7–12 Writers for Life 9–12 (2 weeks)

JULY 17

WEDNESDAY

SPARK! Day Camp Sing, Dance, Play! JK–1 Fabulous Fables 4–6 Playwriting & Acting 3–6

AUGUST 8

SPARK! Day Camp World Explorers 1–2 Kids Connection II Sail Into SK Brush Up for First Grade Cruisin’ Into Second Grade Fly Into Fourth Grade Mosaic Tile Art 1–4 Digital Photography 5–8 Knitting Project 4–8 (Thurs. only) Basketball Skills And Drills 1–6 Study Habits & Notetaking 5–6 Study Habits & Notetaking 7–8 Digital Photography 5–8 Mosaic Tile Art 5–8 (2 weeks) Basketball Skills and Drills 7–12 Spanish Review 9–11 Audition Prep 9–12 (T –Th)

AUGUST 1

SPARK! Day Camp Kids Connection I Jump Into JK Take Off To Third Grade Cooking from the Farm 1–4 Mystery History/Travel Club II 3 –5 Lemonade Stand$ 3–6 Multi-Media Dimensional Art 5–8 Writers for Life 7–8 Writers for Life 9–12 (2 weeks) Intro to Pre-Algebra Lemonade Stand$ 7-9 Intro to Algebra/Pre-Alg. Review Girls’ Confidence Coalition 5–9 A Girl’s Guide to Middle School

JULY 25

Fitness III 7–12 Writers for Life 9–12 (2 weeks)

JULY 18

THURSDAY

SPARK! Day Camp Sing, Dance, Play! JK–1 Fabulous Fables 4–6 Playwriting & Acting 3–6

AUGUST 9

Basketball Skills And Drills 1–6 Study Habits & Notetaking 5–6 Study Habits & Notetaking 7–8 Digital Photography 5–8 Mosaic Tile Art 5–8 (2 weeks) Basketball Skills and Drills 7–12 Spanish Review 9–11

SPARK! Day Camp World Explorers 1–2 Kids Connection II Sail Into SK Brush Up for First Grade Cruisin’ Into Second Grade Fly Into Fourth Grade Mosaic Tile Art 1–4 Digital Photography 5–8

AUGUST 2

SPARK! Day Camp Kids Connection I Jump Into JK Take Off To Third Grade Cooking from the Farm 1–4 Mystery History/Travel Club II 3 –5 Lemonade Stand$ 3–6 Multi-Media Dimensional Art 5–8 Writers for Life 7–8 Writers for Life 9–12 (2 weeks) Intro to Pre-Algebra Lemonade Stand$ 7-9 Intro to Algebra/Pre-Alg. Review Girls’ Confidence Coalition 5–9 A Girl’s Guide to Middle School

JULY 26

Fitness III 7–12 Writers for Life 9–12 (2 weeks)

JULY 19

FRIDAY


center for excellence and

registration summer 2013

SPARK Day Camp

Session

Dates

Multi– Early Extended Camp Fee Discount Care Fee Care Fee

Theme

Total

Session 1 .... May 28–31* .............. Welcome the the Jungle ............................$165 .........$155........$20 .......$50 .......$______ Session 2 ... June 3–7 ................... Around the World ........................................$205 ........$195 ......$25 .......$60 .......$______ Session 3.... June 10–14 ................ Horsing Around............................................$205 ........$195 ....... $25 ......$60 .......$______ Session 4 ... June 17–21 ................. Land of Oz ...................................................$205 ........$195 ....... $25 ......$60 .......$______ Session 5 ... June 24–28 ............... Camp Rock ...................................................$205 ........$195 ....... $25 ......$60 .......$______ Session 6 ... July 1–5* ................... Heroes..........................................................$165 .........$155........ $20 ......$50 .......$______ Session 7 .... July 8–12 ................... Get in the Game ..........................................$205 ........$195 ....... $25 ......$60 .......$______ Session 8 ... July 15–19 .................. Mud and Suds ..............................................$205 ........$195 ....... $25 ......$60 .......$______ Session 9 ... July 22–26 ................ Experiments in the Kitchen..........................$205 ........$195 ....... $25 ......$60 .......$______ Session 10 .. July 29–Aug 2 ........... Off to the Races ..........................................$205 ........$195 ....... $25 ......$60 .......$______ Session 11 ... Aug. 5–9 ................... Art-A-Palooza ..............................................$205 ........$195 ....... $25 ......$60 .......$______ *Day Camp will not be in session on Monday, May 27, or Thursday, July 4.

Summer Fun with Mrs. Burt

June 24–28.......................................................................................................................................................$150 ......$______ SPARK subtotal ......$______ SPARK Day Camp Deposit(s) – $25 per session ......$______ Not required if paying total registration in advance

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

Please list the classes and seminars you or your student will be attending. To register, please complete all pages of this form, front and back, and send them, along with fees, to: Center for Excellence or SPARK, Hutchison School, 1740 Ridgeway Road, Memphis, TN 38119. Class/seminar #1: ___________________________________________________________________________________ Class/seminar #2: __________________________________________________________________________________

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Class/seminar #3: ___________________________________________________________________________________

Class/seminar #4: ___________________________________________________________________________________ Class/seminar #5: ___________________________________________________________________________________

Total amount enclosed for Center for Excellence offerings ......$______ â?‘ My check for $__________________ is enclosed, payable to Hutchison School. â?‘ Please charge my credit card: â?‘ MasterCardÂŽ â?‘ VISAÂŽ

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application summer 2013

To register, please complete this application and return registration sheets with appropriate payments to Hutchison Center for Excellence or SPARK! Program, 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. Student’s Name _______________________________________________________ Gender:

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Age as of June 1, 2013 ____ School _________________________________________________________ Grade, Fall ’13 _____ Mother’s Name _____________________________________________________________________________________ Father’s Name ______________________________________________________________________________________ Home Address ______________________________________________________________________________________ City _______________________________________________________________ State _______ Zip _______________ Home Phone _(______)_______________________________________________________________________________ Work Phone (mother) _(______)______________________

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E–mail (mother) _________________________________

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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)?

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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:

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How did you hear about Hutchison’s Center for Excellence and SPARK! Program? (check all that apply)

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❑ ad in ______________________________ publication

❑ 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 Programs 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. . Signature of Parent ___________________________________________________________________________________ Date ______/______/______ Hutchison welcomes qualified students of any race, color, creed, or ethnic origin.

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center for excellence and

general information

admiiĐž

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.

reg aĐž 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 has reached capacity will be returned with a full refund.

Cen r for Excell ce

registration: mail the following to Hutchison Center for Excellence Program, 1740 Ridgeway Road, Memphis, TN 38119: 1. Completed registration form (pages 25 & 26) 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 (pages 25 & 26) 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.

paynt d es Center for Excellence

fees as indicated on pages 1–13 include all activities and supplies unless otherwise noted. SPARK Day Camp fees are $205 per one-week session ($165 for sessions 1 and 6) and include all camp activities, morning and afternoon snacks, lunch, and a camp T-shirt. Payments for Center for Excellence sessions are due in full at the time of registration. 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 VISAŽ, MasterCardŽ, 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 by May 10 and take advantage of the multi-session discount as noted on page 25 of the SPARK Day Camp registration form. SPARK multi-session rates are only available for completed registration forms that include the appropriate payments by May 10.

re fund picy

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.

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Cross–Over Discount: If a student attends a Center for Excellence class for three hours or longer and attends SPARK Day Camp for the remainder of the day that week, he or she will receive half off the SPARK Day Camp fee.

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general information, cont. sp ortaĐž d supĐž 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 left unsupervised on campus before or after camp sessions will be escorted to Early/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.

a dce 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.

! s"nnuaĐž 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.

p#n $ems 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.

'at to )g to SPARK! Campers should wear comfortable play clothes each day. Campers swim daily and must

bring a swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, water bottle, and water shoes daily. Campers may also bring goggles and pool toys, if desired. Pre-K–SK campers should bring a blanket or towel for rest time; we will provide the mat. All personal items, including clothing, should be clearly marked with the camper’s first and last names.

locaĐž 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 formaĐž: Cen r for Excell ce

PHONE: 901.507.2460 E–MAIL: akillen@hutchisonschool.org

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SPARK!

PHONE: 901.762.6674 lcampbell@hutchisonschool.org ool.org



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