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Summer Fun 2014 Choose from a wide selection of summer camps Editor’s Note: We’ve collected a listing of summer activities from the city, schools and several entities to help you plan your child’s summer activities. A full listing is available online at DentonRC.com. Programs for Youth at the Denton Public Library Summer Reading Club Kickoff with Professor Brainius Friday, June 6 Two parts brainy and one part zany, Professor Brainius is a whole lab full of laughs combining science, music and entertainment for the whole family. Seating is limited and free tickets will be available starting an hour before show time on a first-come, first-served basis. For all ages. Friday 6/6 South Branch Library 10:30 a.m. Friday 6/6 North Branch Library 1:30 p.m. Friday 6/6 Emily Fowler Central Library 4:30 p.m. Baby and Toddler Story Time This program for children ages 0-3 is designed to promote literacy and caregiver bonding through books, songs and finger plays. Parents and children are invited to stay and get acquainted with one another after Story Time. We will put out toys for the children to play with while the adults chat. Wednesdays North Branch Library 7 p.m. Read to Rover Give your child an opportunity to practice reading one-on-one with a trained, certified therapy dog. Sign up for our Read to Rover program, made possible by a partnership with the Therapy Pals of Golden Triangle. Space is limited and registration is required. Call 940-349-8752 to find out more. For children reading on their own, ages 6-11. Wednesdays 6/4, 7/2 & 8/6 Emily Fowler Central Library 4:30 p.m. Mondays 6/16, 6/30, 7/14, 7/28, 8/11 North Branch Library 10 a.m. Facts from Fiction – the Science of Stories Investigate the natural world described in popular children’s fiction. Explore hands-on activities that combine science and literature: magic potions, transmutations, logic puzzles, rockets and more. Program conducted by
University of North Texas Chemistry Professor Amy Petros. Parents and teachers interested in STEAM disciplines welcome. Reading of featured books is not required. Best for those entering grades 48. 6/6 The Hogwarts Library by JK Rowling 6/13 Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library by Chris Grabenstein 6/20 A Tangle of Knots by Lisa Graff 6/27 Fortunately, the Milk by Neil Gaiman Fridays North Branch Library 3 p.m. Get Crafty! Looking for a way to stay cool this summer? Join us for an afternoon of crafting fun. This comeand-go program is for kids of all ages. Thursday 6/5 South Branch Library 2-4 p.m. Saturday 7/19 South Branch Library 3-4 p.m. Octopus Hunt! Author Deborah Johnston will lead us on a journey as we read and learn about octopi. Best for ages 59. Tuesday 6/10 South Branch Library 3:30 p.m. Science Explorers Join us for an afternoon of scientific exploration and fun. We will read a story, discuss a topic, and explore the topic through handson activities. Best for ages 5-8. 6/10 Magnetic Fun 6/17 Buildings and Bridges 6/24 On a Roll with Motion 7/1 Volcanoes and Bubbles and Slime, Oh My! Tuesdays North Branch Library 3 p.m. Number Ninjas Play fun games that reinforce the basic functions of mathematics. Math Ball Tag, Fraction Hopscotch, Dominos and Math Bingo are just a few of the games we will play, plus there will be some challenging surprises along the way. Do you have what it takes to become a ninja of numbers? Best for ages 6-10. Space is limited and registration is required. Call 3498752 to register. Thursdays 6/12, 6/26, 7/10 North Branch Library 3 p.m. D4
Summer Fun 2014 Kids Love Rocks! Find out more about rocks and minerals and then explore their properties with hands-on fun. Part of the weekly Book Adventures programs for kindergarten through third graders. Thursday 6/12 Emily Fowler Central Library 4:30 p.m. Thursday 7/3 South Branch Library 3:30 p.m. LEGO Builders Club Drop in and get creative by building with the library’s LEGOs. All LEGOs provided by the library (please don’t bring your own). Ages 6 and up. Fridays 6/13, 6/20, 7/11, 7/18, & 8/15 Emily Fowler Central Library 4:30 p.m. Library Larry Live! It’s summer, so that means it’s time for Library Larry Live! Come sing, laugh, read, and learn at one of three live performances featuring the puppets from Library Larry’s Big Day. Enter a drawing for prizes, do a craft and get ready to boogie with Library Larry, Emmy Lou Dickenson, Mr. Chompers, and special guests. Fun for the whole family! 6/13 North Branch Library 4 p.m. 6/20 South Branch Library 4 p.m. 6/27 Emily Fowler Central Library 4 p.m. Splish Splash Story Time Join us for a special Story Time in the Children’s Play Pool. Admission is waived, but participants will be limited to the Children’s Play Pool and must leave the park by 10:45 am. Cosponsored by Denton Parks and Recreation Aquatics. Fridays 6/13-8/8 (except July 4th) 10 a.m. Water Works Park Wildlife Detectives Join Danielle Bradley, Texas State Park interpreter, for this fun and informative program that teaches how to use observation skills to find traces of animal activity, followed by an optional short track-hunting hike. Ages 5 and older. Tuesday 6/17 Emily Fowler Central Library 3 p.m. Thursday 7/17 South Branch Library 3:30 p.m. It’s a Girl Thing Book Club
Join our mother-daughter book club for great discussion and yummy treats. Best for ages 10-14. Please contact Rebecca Ivey at 940-349-8752 or email@example.com for more information. 6/17 The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick 7/15 Eragon by Christopher Paolini 8/12 The Giver by Lois Lowry Tuesdays South Branch Library 4 p.m. Preschool Science Play Learn and explore with different science play stations. Best for ages 3-5. Please register in advance, at 940-349-8752. Wednesday 6/18 Colors Tuesday 8/5 Magnets South Branch Library 10 a.m. All About Audrey Wood StoryTime Join us for a celebration of our favorite books by Audrey Wood from King Bidgood to The Napping House and more. We will have stories, songs, puppets, and crafts that complement this author’s books. Ages 1-5 Wednesday 6/18 Emily Fowler Central Library 11 a.m. Art Explorers Have fun while learning about art and artists. We will read a story, look at and discuss artwork and create our own works of art at each program. This program is best for children ages 6-8. Registration is required. Call 940-349-8752. 6/18 Monet – Wax Resist Watercolors 6/25 Picasso – Cubist Portraits 7/9 O’Keeffe – Close-Up Flower Paintings 7/23 Magritte – Surrealist Collages Wednesdays North Branch Library 3 p.m. Exploding Science Make scientific explosions in this indoor/outdoor program. Best for ages 6 and older. Please register in advance, at 940-349-8752 Wednesday 6/18 South Branch Library 4 p.m. Engineering for Kids Read Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Beaty and then discover the fun and challenge of engineering with an exciting project. Part of the weekly Book Adventures programs for kindergarten through
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Summer Fun 2014 third graders. Thursday 6/19 South Branch Library 3:30 p.m. Thursday 7/17 Emily Fowler Central Library 4:30 p.m. B.O.Y.S. - Boys Only Yucky Stories Calling all boys age 9 and older! Join the yuckiest book club ever! We’ll read and talk about funny, yucky and gross stories. You won’t have to sit still while we talk because you will be too busy with funny, gross or downright bizarre projects. Each month, a new book and exciting activity. 6/19 Chocolate Fever by Robert Kimmel Smith 7/17 The Frog Who Croaked by Jarrett J Krosoczka 8/21 Bad Kitty: School Daze by Nick Bruel Thursdays Emily Fowler Central Library 6:30 p.m. Maker Kids Interested in creating and tinkering? Join us to expand your knowledge about digital and manual tinkering with a class in programming, computer-aided design and/or circuitry. Best for children and teens ages 8-17. Class size is limited. Please call 940-349-8752 to register. 6/24 Tinkercad 7/8 Scratch Programming 7/15 Snap Circuits, Jr. and Squishy Circuits Tuesdays North Branch Library 1:30 p.m. Frozen Friends Is Frozen your favorite movie? Come meet characters Elsa and Anna while making some great crafts to take home. We will also tell stories and play fun games! Crafts and activities are inspired by the movie and the characters Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven. Come as your favorite character. Wednesday 6/25 South Branch Library 3:30 p.m. Architecture for Kids Love to build things? Join us for a story about architecture and then design a structure of your own. Part of the weekly Book Adventures programs for kindergarten through third graders. Thursday 6/26 Emily Fowler Central Library 4:30 p.m. Thursday 7/31 South Branch Library 3:30 p.m. Critterman Meet and learn about wild ani-
mals from all over the world! Best for ages 5 and older. Friday 6/27 North Branch Library 3:30 p.m. Tuesday 7/8 South Branch Library 3 p.m. Reading is Magic! Magician and slight-of-hand artist, Gerald Edmundson, is ready to wow you with his entertaining magic show! Seating is limited and free tickets will be available starting an hour before show time on a first-come, first-serve basis. Friday 6/27 South Branch Library 4 p.m. Bike Parade Decorate your bikes and then go on a bike parade. Great for bikes, tricycles, training wheels and scooters! Wednesday 7/2 South Branch Library 10 a.m. Family Game Night Bring the whole family for an evening of classic board games from Candy Land to Monopoly and much more. Fun for all ages! Wednesday 7/9 South Branch Library 6:00 p.m. Sensory Saturday Create make and take sensory bags for preschoolers. Sensory bags are a great way for children to expand their sense of touch, creativity, and discovery. Saturday 7/12 South Branch Library 10:30 a.m. Signing Story Time with Stephanie Children love to sign because it allows them to learn and express themselves through movement. We will learn sign with fun music, books and games using the award-winning program Signing Time! Topics include the alphabet, colors, pets and more, and story times are led by certified Signing Time instructor Stephanie Behunin. Best for children ages 25. Saturdays 7/12, 7/19, 7/26, 8/2 North Branch Library 11 a.m. Fridays 8/8, 8/15, 8/22, 8/29 North Branch Library 11 a.m. Gregg the Balloon Guy’s Magic Show Come see Gregg’s amazing magic show and balloon twisting! Best for children ages 5 and older. Thursday 7/24 North Branch Library 2 p.m. Thursday 8/7 South Branch Library 4 p.m.
Denton Dance Conservatory
BALLET TO BROADWAY Multi-Genre Dance Camps for ages 4-11 We keep your child physically active while introducingg classical Ballet and Broadway dance styles, stories, & fundamentals of technique! The perfect combination of fun, learning and culture!
Class Sizes Limited! Deadline is May 24 th! AGES 4-5 YEARS $100 June 9-13, 2014 10am-12pm 30 min Ballet/30 min Broadway Plus snacks, age appropriate arts &crafts and learning tools to study the ballet “The Nutcracker” & a Broadway musical! AGES 6-7 YEARS $125 June 16-20, 2014 10am-12:30p 45 min Ballet/45 min Broadway Plus snacks, artwork & learning tools to study the ballet “Coopelia” & a Broadway musical! AGES 8-11 YEARS $150 June 16-20, 2014 2:00-5:00pm 55 min Ballet/55 min Contemporary, AND 55 min Hip-Hop! Three exciting hours of dance, complete with routines,choreography basics and more! Dancers also take a snack break while studying videos of professioanl dancers performing ballet, broadway shows & more! Broadway Jazz Instructor, Anne Black-Scalf
Ballet Instructor, Hannah Briggs
EACH OF OUR DANCE CAMPS WILL CULMINATE WITH AN INFORMAL SHOWING G FOR THE PARENTS AND A SCRAPBOOK off artwork and memories! Girls: Black leotards, no trims, pink tights, pink ballet shoes. Hair secured away from face in bun or ponytail. (Jazz shoes are optional)
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Boys: White t-shirts, black tights, jazz pants or bike shorts, white ballet shoes (Jazz shoes optional) Visitors: We enjoy having parents watch, but quiet observation is required. Owner/Ballet In str Supplies: Basic supplies are furnished
uctor, Lisa Racina-Torr e
Energy Break: Students will take an energy gy break while studying the dance videos. Snacks are furnished by DDC, but please remember to bring your own drink in a labeled bottle (water is best - we do have a water fountain on site)
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Summer Fun 2014 Cowboy Story Time Howdy, pardners! Kick off the North Texas State Fair and Rodeo with this cowboy-themed Story Time with stories, songs, puppets and crafts. For ages 1-5. Wednesday 8/20 Emily Fowler Central Library 11 a.m. Back to School Celebration Celebrate the end of summer and the beginning of school with a back-to-school crafts, activities and a special reading of Ready and Waiting for You by author Judi Moreillon. Your favorite school librarians — Mrs. Lynn of Evers Park Elementary and Mrs. Richmond from Wilson Elementary will be on hand for the fun as well! Best for children ages 5-11. Saturday 8/23 North Branch Library 2 p.m. Programs For Teens at the Denton Public Library Summer Reading Club Volunteer Training Come learn all you need to know to help with Summer Reading Club this summer. You must complete one of these trainings to volunteer at the Summer Reading Club table. For ages 11 through adult. Registration is required. Please call 940-3498752 to register. Wednesday 6/11 North Branch Library 3 p.m. Thursday 6/12 Emily Fowler Central Library 7 p.m. Friday 6/13 South Branch Library 1:30 p.m. Tuesday 6/17 North Branch Library 7 p.m. Saturday 6/21 South Branch Library 2 p.m. Saturday 6/21 Emily Fowler Central Library 4 p.m. Teen Crafting Club – Upcycle and Repurpose Come cool off, hang out and get creative while upcycling used objects into art! Call 940-3498752 to register. Tues. 6/10 – tin cans Wed. 6/18 – memory Books Tues. 7/1 – wall art Wed. 7/9 – wine bottles Tues. 8/5 - collage Wed. 8/13 – CDs/DVDs & cases North Branch Library 3 p.m. Teen Advisory Board Help plan and run library programs. Discuss books, movies and music. Write reviews, make book
trailers, work on service related projects, earn community service hours for school and more! This program is for teens ages 11-18. For more information call Juli Gonzalez at 940-349-8741. Tuesdays 6/10, 7/8, 8/12 North Branch Library 6:30-8 p.m. Babysitter Workshop Attend this workshop, presented by the Denton Fire Department, and become a certified babysitter. Learn great babysitting strategies, emergency procedures and more! This program is for teens, ages 12 to 18. Registration is required. Call 940349-8752 to register. Monday 6/16 South Branch Library 2 p.m. Monday 6/30 Emily Fowler Central Library 2:30 p.m. LegoMania for Teens Come play with LEGOs! Build one of our challenging projects or just build for fun. All LEGOs provided by the library (please don’t bring your own). Ages 12 and older. Tuesday 6/17 Emily Fowler Central Library 6:30 p.m. Saturday 7/19 Emily Fowler Central Library 4 p.m. Teen Book Club Do you love to read and want to share your opinions about books? Or do you rarely read, but are interested in the book we are discussing? One more try – do you hate to read, but want to hear more about the book we are discussing? No matter what kind of teen you are, if you are interested in the book we are discussing, come hang out with us! And yes, we’ll have snacks! 6/17 Fault in Our Stars by John Green 7/15 If I Stay by Gayle Forman 8/19 Maze Runner by James Dashner Tuesdays North Branch Library 7 pm Edible Art for Teens Do you enjoy food? Do you enjoy art? Join us to make pretty and tasty creations. Please register for program at least two days prior to the event by calling 940-3498752. Ages 11 and older. Tuesday 6/24 Nacho Art 4 p.m. Tuesday 7/22 Cookie Art 4 p.m. South Branch Library Maker-Teen Do you like to make new
things? Are you creative and inventive? Explore your creative side with these maker programs. Ages 11 and up. Please register for pro-
gram at least two days prior to the event by calling 940-349-8752. Wednesday 6/25 Flip Flop Designs Emily Fowler Central
Library 3 p.m. Wednesday 7/2 Art Forgery South Branch Library 3:30 p.m. Friday 7/25 Rubberband
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Summer Fun 2014 Bracelets Emily Fowler Central Library 3 p.m. Friday 8/1 Sharpie Mug Art South Branch Library 3:30 p.m. Minecraft Live! Take Minecraft out of the computer and into the library. Craft your own 3D Minecraft world with paper and various art supplies. Ages 8-14. Wed. 7/23 Emily Fowler Central Library 3 p.m. 2014 Summer Camps and Field Trips Order: All day camps, teen camps, themed/mini camps, specialty camps, sport camps All-day camps: Little Campers, ages 3 - 6 McMath Middle School Licensed by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. S1: Artful Antics LEGOLAND®; face painting, cookie decorations, spin art, fun art signs, foam visors S2: Rainforest Round UP Rainforest Café/Kid Country Park; Wii, water games, hula hoop tag, animal visors, zoo magnets S3: Jungle Jetters ASI Plano West; gorilligan island, musical dots, scavenger hunt, jungle sticker scene, jungle vine craft S4: Hoops and Luaus Tornado Terry’s/Going Bonkers; obstacle course, limbo, bounce house, firework fans, camp posters S5:Texas Tycoons Cosmic Jump; big tex splash, tycoon water slide, X-box, foam cowboy hat, ranch sticker scene S6:Water Safari Splash Factory/Braum’s; scooter races, giant water slide, frozen treats, aloha leis, safari frame S7:Wild Things SEA LIFE/McDonald’s; little obstacle slide, conk the crow, penguin toss, animal masks, wild ornaments S8: Magical Wonderland Medieval Times; tumbling challenge, sport bounce, sno cones, kaleidoscope and knight crafts S9: Rocket to the Stars Perot Museum of Nature and Science; great geysers, science kits & lab stickers, alien toss, space fuzzy magnets S10: Way, Way, Away (Denton Civic Center) Elevate Trampoline Park; cotton
candy, balloon games, pyramid wall, foam gliders, hot air balloon, Xbox S11: Magnificent Water (Denton Civic Center) Hawaiian Falls-Roanoke; game truck, ice cream party, water gun fun, fuzzy fish, paddleball Camp Exploration, ages 5-11 Denton Civic Center S1: Summer Oasis Hawaiian Falls-The Colony; frozen treat, hula hoop contest, giant tumble game, tropcial paddleball, beach sand art S2: Sports Spectacula AT&T Stadium/Bobby V’s Cafe; football bungee, sports bounce house, soccer kick pennants, sport ball craft S3: Aloha Adventure Dave and Busters; limbo contest, sno cones, karoke,sand art bracelet, tropical poster S4: Camp Conquerors Main Event; carnival challenge, cotton candy, adrenaline rush, camp sticker scene, fun loop bracelets S5: Wave-A-Rama NRH2O; cookie decorating, big splash, water slide, fish squirters, colorful leis S6: Reel it Hollywood Studio Movie Grill/Braums; movie making, face painting, Xbox, popcorn box craft, super sunglasses S7: Raging Rockets Elevate Trampoline Park; geyser fun, science kit fun, alien rocket game, rocket picture frames, airplane sand art S8: Gaming to the Max Zone Action Park/Going Bonkers; giant slide, twister, Wii, fish catch game craft, fuse bead fun S9: Water Adventureland Hurricane Harbor; water relays, hot dog party, giant water slide, tropical suncatchers S10: Blast into the Past Medieval Times; gladiator joust, swashbuckler game, giant obstacle course, medieval sand art, kingdom wind chimes S11: End of Summer Blast Pump It Up; game truck, ice cream party, carnival games race car ornament, monster visor craft Camp Voyage, ages 5-8 and 9-12 Denia Rec Center S1: Summer Lift Off Denton Air Show and Fort Worth Zoo; kids will see a presen-
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Denton Youth Soccer Summer Soccer Camp & Fall Registration 2014
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Boundaries of the Denton Soccer Association are the entire DISD School Area
July 14-18 - North Lakes Soccer Complex Ages 3-4 First Kicks 8:00-9:00am $82 Ages 3-4 First Kicks 6:00-7:00pm $82 Ages 4-5 Mini Soccer 1.5hr 8:00-9:30am $92 Ages 4-5 Mini Soccer 1.5hr 7:00-8:30pm $92 Ages 6-10 Half Day 8:00-11:00am $119 Ages 6-10 Half Day 6:00-9:00pm $119 FREE ONLINE CHALLENGER JERSEY OFFER DEADLINE 5/30/14
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DSA will be offering online registration to all previous players and new players providing an official birth certificate starting sometime in June. Families needing additional paperwork will need to come in during open registration hours at DSA office July 14-19. Online and open registration information will be posted on the DSA website, www.dentonsoccerassociation.com, about June 1.
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Summer Fun 2014 kayaking at with certified lifeguards, and then paddle their hearts out on a canoe trip up Elm Fork. S3: EnviroKids Cosmic Jump; kids will visit with various City of Denton experts, see arcing demonstration, learn about the importance of protecting our environment, and more! S4: Rockin’ It Lake Mineral Wells State Park (9-12 yr olds)/Exposure Indoor Climbing Gym (5-8 yr olds); kids will practice climbing the rock wall at Denia, then step it up to the next level. S5: Havin’ a Ball Ranger Stadium and FC Dallas Stadium; kids will kick it oldschool style and play classic team sports and games, then watch “The Sandlot” on a big screen TV. S6: Wild and Crazy Kids South Lakes Park and Dallas World Aquarium; kids will learn to fish, assemble tackle, and identify fish before discovering the ins and outs of archery on a legal range. S7: Friday Night Lights Amazing Jake’s; kids will go back in time and experience kid favorites from Nickelodeon including “Guts”, “Double Dare”, and “Legends of the Hidden Temple.” S8: Out of Control AT&T Stadium; kids will step into their own “Friday Night Lights” and polish their skills at football, basketball, soccer, and softball, then visit the home of the Dallas Cowboys. S9: Fun in the Sun Hawaiian Falls; kids will have super soakin’ fun with multiple swimming locations, water balloons, a water field day, and much more! S10: It’s in the Games Main Event; kids will experience game-time fun with board games, tag games, sports games, trivia games, and more. S11: End of Summer Sensation Cosmic Jump; kids will revisit the best activities, field trips, games, and crafts will be done this week, as campers will relive the most memorable experiences at Denia’s Camp Voyage! King’s Kids Camp, ages 6-12 MLK Jr. Rec Center S1: Amazing Olympians Cosmic Jump; In the spirit
Sochi 2014, kids will compete in Olympic-style games, compete for “highest Cosmic Jump” and make Olympic-themed crafts. S2: Wilderness 101 Fort Worth Zoo; kids will learn outdoor survival skills like how to make a solar oven for hot dogs, participate in fun challenges, and learn cool animal factoids. S3: International Food Adventures Mrs. Baird’s Bread Factory and Beth Marie’s Ice Cream: kids will learn the wonderful world of food! S4: The Great American Road Trip Amazing Jake’s; kids will celebrate America’s birthday and have road trip fun playing Landmark Jeopardy and USA Bingo and more, make USA inspired crafts, and S5: Hawaiian Hullaboo Hawaiian Falls-The Colony; kids will take an offshore trip to the Hawaiian Islands and dive into fun making leis and participating in a luau! S6: Space Invaders Dallas Planetarium; kids will explore the final frontier and enjoy space-themed games and have fun able to building their own aliens! S7: Game On! Nickelmania; Kids will have fun with friendly summer com-petitions all week long and the one with the most wins will be crowned the “GAME ON!” Champ! S8: Artful Antics Dallas Museum of Art; kids will discover their artistic side with silly art-themed crafts and games, and creatively remake famous pieces for a camp art gallery. S9: An American Sky Tour Frontiers of Flight Museum; kids will take to the skies and soar with high flying games and crafts, then visit the museum for an up close look at antique planes. S10: Time Travelers Dallas Heritage Village; kids will join a frontier colony, play frontier games, make crafts, and experience an amazing life before cell phones and running water. S11: Summer Summation Sensation Mountasia; kids will celebrate the summer coming to an end and enjoy the best crafts and play their favorite sum-mertime games.
Denton Independent School District
Extended School Day Program
ESD On-going Registration for 2014-2015 May 8th .................... 10 am – 2 pm only May 12th and after ..........10 am – 6 pm
Please come to the: Extended School Day Office 1215 N. Elm • 940-369-0080 Office Hours: Monday - Friday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Summer Hours (June 13 - Aug. 1): Monday - Thursday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Registration for Extended School Day program is on a first-come, first served basis. You may call ahead to check for availability at your child’s campus. If no space is available, we will place your name on our waiting list.
2014-15 Tuition Information:
Monthly tuition is $175.* Aug./Sept. 2014 tuition is $235 Oct. 2014 - April 2015 tuition is $175 May/June 2015 tuition is $235 *Tuition is prorated to cover one week in August plus full month of September and full month of May plus one week in June. Payments received after courtesy grace date must include $30 late fee per child.
A $55 non-refundable registration fee is required.
H Registration Packets are available at your child’s home campus or the Extended School Day Office at 1215 N. Elm. H Parents with returning students must fill out a new enrollment packet. Sorry, No Exceptions. H Children may only be registered by a parent or legal guardian. (Legal guardian must show documentation of guardianship). H To expedite the registration process, please have all registration forms filled out completely. H Your child may only be registered at their home campus for the ESD Program Please note: H Payment must be made by CASH, CHECK, or MONEY ORDER ONLY. No credit cards will be accepted for 2014-2015 registration until after July 16, 2014.
ESD Sites for 2014-2015 Adkins, Blanton, Borman, Cross Oaks, Evers Park, Ginnings, Hawk, Hodge, Houston, Lee, McNair, LA Nelson, Pecan Creek, Paloma Creek, Providence, EP Rayzor, N Rayzor, Rivera, WS Ryan, Savannah, Stephens, and Wilson
The Extended School Day Program is a program of the Denton Independent School District
For additional information, please contact: Steve Johnson Denton ISD Adult & Community Education Department (940) 369-0091
Kay Peters Extended School Day Program Coordinator (940) 369-0080
Parrish Taylor Extended School Day Program Coordinator (940) 369-0080
Cheryl Estes Extended School Day Program Coordinator (940) 369-0080
REMINDER: 1st Tuition installment of $235 is due July 31, 2014. The late fee grace period for 1st Tuition payment has been extended from Aug. 3, 2014 until Aug. 6, 2014 for this one payment only. D4
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Summer Fun 2014 Super Kids, ages 6-12 McMath Middle School S1: Blast off to Fun Mountasia; marshmallow shooter competition, bounce house, scooter races, kite, fun monster craft kit S2: Water Everywhere NRH2O; water gun fun, water limbo, snow cones, super sand art, tropical disc S3: Rolling Rockstars Interskate/Nickelrama; human tumble ball games, joust inflatable, scooter races, fun loop designs, music ornaments S4: Bouncing Bonanza Elevate Trampoline Park/W. J. Thomas Park Splashpark; football bungee, jacobs ladder, alien rocket game, magic color superheros, 4th of July craft S5: Aqualand Bahama Beach; giant obstacle course, movie making, face painting, safari fuzzy frame S6: Ooey Gooey Scientists Cosmic Jump; great geysers, gak making, pyramid wall, magnify craft, love the earth craft S7: Splash-N-Dash Hawaiian Falls-The Colony; giant water slide, water games, parachute games, fan craft, fish scene fun S8: Game Impossible Nicklemania/Movies 8; carnival games, cake decora-tion, adrenaline rush, zing wing gliders, candy bead art S9: Treasure Hunters Fort Worth Museum of Science and IMAX; scavenger hunt, giant slide, Xbox, fuse bead craft, sandy candy S10: Music Madness (Denton Civic Center) Hard Rock Café/University Lanes; karaoke, DJ challenge, giant twister adventure, ornaments, x’treme bumper sticker S11: Summerland Fun (Denton Civic Center) GattiTown; game truck, ice cream party, beach ball games, carnival paddle ball, carnival sand art Teen Summer Day Camp, ages 11-15 Denton Civic Center Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. There will be a field trip every day. S1- Gamesapalooza Adventure Landing, Celebration Station, Dave &
Busters, Tornado Terry’s, Mountasia, Gattitown S2- Wild n’ Out Elevate Trampoline Park, Golden Triangle Cinema, Rodeo Zone, Mosely Waterpark, Hawaiian Falls- The Colony, The Colony Aquatic Park, FOF Tour S3- Hawaiian Hustle Hawaiian Falls, Bahama Beach, Wetzone S4- All Stars-A-Rama: Roughriders game, Movies 8, University Lanes, Whirley Ball, AT&T Stadium, Dr. Pepper Center, FC Dallas, Water Works Park S5- Water Wonderland NRH2O, Hurricane Harbor, Bedford Splash, Randol Mills Waterpark, Hawaiian Falls S6- Amusement Mania Cosmic Jump, Laserquest, Putt Putt Fun Center, Itz Family Fun Center, Skatetown, Sandy Lake Amusement, Old Town Aquatic Park S7- Paintball Frenzy DFW Adventure Park, Sun Valley Aquatic Center, Water Works Park, Celebration Station Paintball Center, Movies 8, Interskate, Tornado Terry’s S8- Mega Park Madness Medieval Times, Water Works Park, Zone Action Park, Rodenbaugh Indoor Water Park, Movies 8, CiCi’s Pizza, Goin’ Bonkers, Pump It Up S9- Arcade Crazed n’Dazed Strikz, Alley Cats, Nickelmania, Nickelrama, Studio Movie Grill, Main Event, Chisolm Aquatic Park S10- Tropical Adventures Burger’s Lake, NRH2O, Hawaiian Falls, Bedford Splash, Cimarron Aquatic Center S11- Adventureland Speed Zone, Altitude Trampoline Park, Gattitown, Skatium, Lunar Golf, Hawaiian Falls, Dave & Busters Teen Outdoor Adventures. Ages 12-16 Denia Rec Center M-Th; $100; 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Kids need to bring a sack lunch, water bottle, sunscreen, and wear appropriate outdoor clothing including closed-toe shoes. All equipment is provided. Hike & Bike Bike and hike miles of flat, single-track trails in wetlands, grasslands, and forests to discover the natural beauty of Clear Creek and D4
Summer Fun 2014 Ray Roberts Lake State Park. July 7-10 Kayaking Join ACA assessed and American Red Cross lifeguard certified staff while basic kayaking skills are taught, then tackle creeks and lakes during the week. June 9-12 M-Th July 14-17 M-Th Aug 4-7 M-Th Rock Climbing Begin the week with the rock wall at Denia Rec Center then graduate to Lake Mineral Wells State Park. June 16-19 M-Th Aug 11-14 M-Th Archery Join certified instructors from National Archery in Schools to learn the fundamentals of international style archery. Indoor and outdoor archery will be practiced. Closed-toe shoes are a must. June 23-26 Aug 18-21 Themed Half-Day Camps Denton Civic Center $75 per kid Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – noon Little Rookies Sports & Fitness, ages 3-4 Kids will learn the world of sports and fitness in this fun camp with track and field events, karate, baseball, tennis, lacrosse, basketball, golf, t-ball, soccer, fitness activities, and tons of crafts and games. June 16-20 Little Scientists, ages 3-5 Kids will fizzle, swizzle, and twizzle the day away while learning about magnets, air, water, and more. Features demos and handson activities. June 23-27 Super Hero Adventures, ages 35 Superman, Spiderman, and Batman, oh my! Kids will explore the world of super heros through stories, activities, games, and crafts. Kids may wear their favorite super hero costume! July 7-11 Knight & Princess Camp, ages 3-5 Kids will live out dreams of being a knight or a princess with stories, activities, games, and crafts that will make the fairy tale come alive. Kids may wear their favorite knight or princess costume!
July 14-18 Under the Big Top, ages 3-5 Kids will love watching the circus come to life with carnival games, face painting, juggling, spin art, magic, clowning, and much more. July 28-Aug 1 Themed Mini Camps Denton Civic Center $100 per kid Monday-Friday Read Now! ages 4-6 Jumpstart your kid to the world of literature, and help develop their confidence, self-esteem, and academic motivation. Game time, story time, and a controlled vocabulary make this great fun. July 21-25 2-4pm Camp Barbie, ages 4-8 A certified teacher will teach self-esteem development with the help of Barbie. Kids will learn how to make friends, manage money, dream up careers, cook, the importance of school work, and more. The activities and adventures enrich all girls. July 21-25 11:30-1:30pm Fashion Designer! ages 8-12 Kids will learn basic sketching techniques, color theory, mixing texture and patterns, fashion history, and more. Designs will come to life with ribbons, sequins, and oodles of accessories. No sewing in class. July 21-25 9-11am Play-Doh’s World of Discovery, ages 4-7 Explore the past, present, and the future with Play-Doh. Kids will learn about transportation, dinosaurs, volcanoes, and more in a moldable environment! Aug 4-8 11:30-1:30pm Creative Conquerors, 4-12 Kids will plan, create, and construct a series of projects and create lasting memories such as a scrapbook, comic strip, artwork, jewelry, and clothing. Great for kids who love to think! Ages 4-7 Aug 4-8 2-4pm Ages 8-12 Aug 4-8 2-4pm Hot Wheels Rock! ages 4-7 Endless tracks, obstacle courses, and more! Hot Wheel lovers will learn about momentum, force, friction, and other concepts while they have fun with hundreds of Hot Wheel cars. Aug 4-8 9-11am Half-day and Mini Camps
North Lakes Rec Center Crazy Science! This exciting camp teaches children to observe, plan, overcome obstacles, and develop hypothesis
while participating in hands-on science experiments and activities! DNA extractions, Newton's Laws of Motion, Archimedes' Principle, genetics, forensics, and examining
environmental issues and their impact are all a part of a crazy day in Crazy Science! Jun 9-12 1:15-4:15pm $99
Denton Ballet Academy Guest Ballet Instructor Era Jouravlev, Head of Classical Ballet Studies Joffrey Ballet School New York City
Summer Intensive June 30 - July 12, 2014 Level I (3-4 year olds) Level II (5-6 year olds) Level III (7-8 year olds) Intermediate Students: Group I (9-10 year olds) Group II (11-12 year olds) Advanced Students (13 and up)
Guest Modern Dance Instructor Jennifer Austin, Artistic Director/Owner Arts in Motion in Kingston, TN
NIKE TENNIS CAMPS SERIOUS. FUN.
University of north texas
Overnight: $665 per session | Day: (8:30am-4:00pm) $405 per session All Skill Levels (ages 9-18) | High School (ages 13-18) June 15-19 | June 22-26 | July 20-24 (High School Only) July 27-31 (High School Only) Director: Sujay Lama, UNT head women’s tennis coach ADULT DAY CAMP (Ages 18+) August 1-3 | $345 per session F: 1:00-9:00pm | Sa: 9:00am-9:00pm | Su: 9:00-11:30am Camps open to any and all entrants, limited only by age and number of campers
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15 May 2014
16 May 2014
Summer Fun 2014 Play-Well Teknologies LEGO® Pre-Engineering, ages 5-7 Imaginations will run wild with over 100,000 pieces of LEGO®! In this fun-filled, creative class kids learn building techniques by creating boats, bridges, mazes, and motorized cars. This class encourages creativity while teaching basic physic concepts. June 16-20 9am-noon $179 Engineering Fundamentals, ages 7-12 Power-up your kids’ engineering skills and apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture. Kids will be provided tools for motorized, architectural, and creative fun projects! June 16-20 1-4pm $179 Construction Vehicles & Machines, ages 5-7 Kids will dig into big trucks, construction vehicles, super machines, and explore the engineering concepts and vocabulary behind large scale machines like steamrollers, bulldozers, wrecking balls, tower cranes, and more. July 21-25 9am-noon $179 Eco-Engineering, ages 8-12 Kids will design and race solar cars, build a wind-powered electrical generation facility, then enter the human powered vehicle competition and invent a machine powered by stored elastic strain energy. Guidance will be provided, but famililiarity with LEGO® Technic is desirable. July 21-25 1-4pm $179 Young Rembrandts Jr. Art Camp, ages 5-8 On the first two days, kids will draw as much as they can in the first hour, then select and complete their favorite pieces. On the last day, they will compile what they have learned in one large, final scene. June 25-27 1-2:30pm $63 July 30- Aug 1 1-2:30pm $63 Jr. Art Camp, ages 8-13 Geared toward older kids, each week will focus on different methods, including pencil, marker, and pastels. June 25-27 2:45-4:15pm $63 Half-day and Mini Camps MLK Jr. Rec Center Engineering for Kids Camps Robotics Olympics Camp, ages 7-12
Kids will be introduced to the concepts of building and programming LEGO® robots to perform sports specific functions. $30 supply fee required. June 16-19 1-4pm $120 Robotics Rescue Robots, ages 712 Kids will learn how to build and program LEGO® robots and explore how they’re used in different disaster situations. $30 supply fee required. July 7-10 1-4pm $120 Momentum Madness, ages 712 Kids will work with their Pit Crew to design and build vehicles like dragsters and hovering levitrons. Kids will learn about industrial, electrical, mechanical, and aerospace engineering. $30 supply fee required. July 7-10 9am-noon $120 How Amusing! ages 7-12 Kids will form teams and compete in amusement park themed challenges related to engineering with the goal of creating the most fantastic and thrilling experience. $30 supply fee required. June 16-19 9am-noon $120 Youth Tech Inc. Camps Animation, ages 10-17 The basics of animation and digital design will be taught to students using Adobe Flash software. June 9-12 9am-noon $165 Video Game Design, ages 10-17 While students study video game design they will produce several video games to share with friends! June 9-12 1-4pm $175 July 28-31 9am-noon $175 The Gaming Academy, ages 1017 Students focus on 2D and 3D game design then create video games using top software. June 30-July 3 9am-4pm $325 Web Design, ages 10-17 Students will learn about web design, and build a website using top tools. The website will have free hosting for one year. July 28-31 1-4pm $165 Movie Makers, ages 10-17 Learn digital video design and production with extras like green
Summer Fun 2014 screens and special effects. Film, direct, and edit a video. Aug 4-7 9am-noon $160 Specialty Camps Jr Master Naturalist, ages 6-11 Clear Creek Kids will enjoy unique outdoor fun at Clear Creek Natural Heritage Area with Elm Fork Master Naturalists and Master Gardener-certified staff. Each day will include a nature study, arts and crafts, and an exploration hike. Register by May 31. June 9-13 9am-noon $60 Aquatic Explorer, ages 7-14 Denton Natatorium Explore the world of water through kayaking, water polo, snorkeling, and basic water safety. June 16-20 1-4pm $85 June 23-27 1-4pm $85 July 7-11 1-4pm $85 July 14-18 1-4pm $85 July 21-25 1-4pm $85 Ultimate Campout Turner Falls Park July 14-18; $150 grades 1-5 The first day of camp will be spent at McMath Middle School in preparation of four, fun-filled days of camping, fishing, hiking, paddle boats, outdoor games, campfires, and swimming! During the three nights of camping, we will stay in cabins at Turner Falls Park. Campers must register in person at the Civic Center by June 30. The fee must be paid in full upon registration. After June 1, credits or refunds will not be provided. Sport Camps Skateboard Camp, ages 6+ This camp is perfect for beginner to intermediate skaters, as instruction is adapted to each skater’s ability. June 9-13 8:30-11:30am SKP $75 July 7-11 8:30-11:30am SKP $75 July 28-Aug 1 8:30-11:30am SKP $75 Mini Skateboard Camp, ages 57 A great camp designed for beginning skateboarders. June 16-20 9-11am SKP $50
July 14-18 9-11am SKP $50 Intermediate Skateboard Camp, ages 6+ This camp is perfect for improving skills; previous camp enrollment is not required. June 23-27 8:30-11:30am SKP $75 July 21-25 8:30-11:30am SKP $75 Golf Camp, ages 7+ This instructional camp stresses proper fundamentals while making golf fun. In addition to the rules of the game, kids will receive instruction in course etiquette. Kids will also practice grip, stance, and swing on the driving range, putting green, and chipping green. The fee includes a T-shirt, and clubs are available for use. Kids need to bring water and a snack each day. June 9-12 9-11am RRGC $150 Aug 4-7 9-11am RRGC $150 Sports Specific Camps and Clinics, ages 5-12 These camps are great for both the beginner looking to gain a basic understanding of the sport and the veteran wanting to improve. The fee includes a Tshirt. Kids need to bring a snack and drink each day. Softball, ages 5-12 Ages 5-8 June 9-12 8:30-11:30am DSC $75 Ages 9-12 June 16-19 8:30-11:30am DSC $75 Volleyball, ages 7-12 Ages 7-9 June 23-26 1-4pm NLR $75 Ages 10-12 July 7-10 1-4pm NLR $75 Soccer, ages 5-8 Ages 5-8 July 14-17 8:30-11:30am DRC $75 Pee Wee Tennis Camp, ages 3-5 Campers will use smaller nets and graduated racquets to develop basic strokes. Special equipment and targets are used to create a carnival-like atmosphere and fun learning environment. Morning Camps @ GTC June 9-12 9-10am $59 June 16-19 9-10am $59 June 23-26 9-10am $59 June 30-July 3 9-10am $59 July 7-10 9-10am $59 July 14-17 9-10am $59
July 21-24 9-10am $59 July 28-31 9-10am $59 Aug 4-7 9-10am $59 Aug 11-14 9-10am $59 Evening Camps @ South Lakes
Park June 16-19 6:30-7:30pm $59 July 7-10 6:30-7:30pm $59 July 28-31 :30-7:30pm $59 Superstar Tennis Camp, ages 6-
9 Campers will have a blast learning the basic of tennis, including strokes, grips, and footwork. The camp combines fundamentals and
Texas Woman’s University Speech-Language & Hearing Clinic Denton Campus Only!
2014 Summer Programs June 16 – July 24 v Preschool Language Camp (PLC) – PLC is a fun camp for younger children that emphasizes language and social skills. The curriculum focuses on reinforcing and building upon basic speech and language skills. Beneficial for children between ages 3-5 years old. Days: Tuesday & Thursday Time: 10:00 am to 11:30 am Cost: $250.00 v Language & Feeding with Friends (LAFF) – LAFF is a group feeding program for toddlers with sensory or motor based feeding disorders. At LAFF, children play with a variety of foods of different textures, tastes and temperatures to increase sensory experiences and improve oral intake. Days: Tuesday & Thursday Time: 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm Cost: $250.00 v Preschool Articulation & Language Services (PALS) – PALS is a literacy-based approach to instruction that allows remediation of speech errors in context. The speech instruction includes phonological methods, sequential targeting of sounds patterns, phonological awareness activities and literacy based curriculum. Days: Monday & Wednesday Time: 8:30 am to 10:15 am Cost: $250.00 or 10:30 am to 12:15 pm v Listening & Oral Language (LOL) Play Group – Small group activities use a developmental approach to target skills in listening and spoken language by engaging children in dramatic play, literacy-based experiences, music and movement, and hands-on science activities. Targeted skills areas include auditory skill development, phonological awareness, auditory memory, language comprehension, and social interactions using spoken language. Camp starts June 9, 2014 and ends June 25, 2014. Days: Monday & Wednesday Time: 9:00 am – 12:30 pm Cost: 250.00 v Childhood Apraxia and Motor Planning (CHAMP) Camp – This intensive 10-day experience offers pre and post comprehensive evaluations, extensive individual therapy; small group sessions, as well as parent education sessions. The intensive therapy approach will incorporate the Principles of Motor Learning and will consider the learning style of each child to identify the appropriate cuing and support hierarchy and will target functional communication in the context of play-based and real world activities. Camp runs July 29, 2014 through August 7, 2014 (excluding Saturday and Sunday). Pre-testing on July 28, 2014 and post-testing on August 8, 2014 are by appointment only and are included in total camp cost. This camp has a selection process. Please call for more information. Time: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Cost $250.00 v Individual Therapy – Slots for individual therapy for children and adults in the areas of speech disorders (including apraxia, articulation and phonological disorders), voice, fluency, language and literacy are available. All individual sessions are 50 minutes long. Days: Monday & Wednesday Time Slots: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Cost: $225.00 or Tuesday & Thursday v Assessments – Full assessments are available in all areas of hearing, speech and language including audiological, speech sound disorders, receptive and expressive language disorders, auditory processing disorders, voice and fluency disorders. Cost varies on type of assessment requested. Camp sessions are led by master’s level graduate students under the direct supervision of licensed speech-language pathologists and are held at the TWU Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic on the Denton campus. Space is limited and is first come, first serve. For more information or to reserve your spot please call 940-898-2285 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
17 May 2014
18 May 2014
Summer Fun 2014 Morning Half-Day Camps @ GTC Extended version of our regular camps, kids will also learn about singles and doubles play, ball machine practice, and enjoy a Thursday pizza party. June 9-12 9am-noon $99 June 23-26 9am-noon $99 July 14-17 9am-noon $99 Aug 4-7 9am-noon $99 Evening Camps @ South Lakes Park June 16-19 6-7:30pm $69 July 7-10 6-7:30pm $69 July 28-31 6-7:30pm $69 Championship Tennis Camp, ages 10+ Beginners will learn the basics of tennis, and intermediate players will begin playing and keeping score. Racquets are available for use. Morning Camps @ GTC June 9-12 9-10:30am $69 June 16-19 9-10:30am $69 June 23-26 9-10:30am $69 June 30-July 3 9-10:30am $69 July 7-10 9-10:30am $69 July 14-17 9-10:30am $69 July 21-24 9-10:30am $69 July 28-31 9-10:30am $69 Aug 4-7 9-10:30am $69 Aug 11-14 9-10:30am $69 Morning Half-Day Camps @ GTC Extended version of our regular camps, kids will focus on singles and doubles play, then ball machine practice in the second half. Thursday will be a pizza party. June 9-12 9am-noon $99 June 23-26 9am-noon $99 July 14-17 9am-noon $99 Aug 4-7 9am-noon $99 Evening Camps @ South Lakes Park June 16-19 6-7:30pm $69 July 7-10 6-7:30pm $69 July 28-31 6-7:30pm $69 Advanced Camps, Jr. High and High School Jr. High level is for those on middle school teams, or younger players with extensive tournament experience. High School level is for grades 9-12. Camp Times: Monday: 10:30am-noon, Tuesday: 7-8:30pm, Wednesday: 10:30-noon, Friday: 10:30-noon Weekly Camp Options: June 9-13 M-W, F $75 June 16-20 M-W, F $75
June 23-27 M-W, F $75 June 30-July 3 M-W, F $55 July 7-11 M-W, F $75 July 14-18 M-W, F $75 July 21-25 M-W, F $75 July 28-Aug 1 M-W, F $75 Aug 4-8 M-W, F $75 Aug 11-15 M-W, F $75 Daily Camp Options: Once a week, or 10 classes $149 Twice a week, or 20 classes $279 All-Summer Option: June 9-Aug 15 M-W, F $399 SPORTS Softball North Central Texas College is accepting entries for the 3rd annual Red River Showcase varsity basketball team camps in Gainesville. The girls team camp will be June 20-22 and the boys team camp will be June 27-29. Entry fee is $375. Each team can expect to play 8-10 games and players will receive a free t-shirt. For more information, email@example.com. Volleyball Ryan Lady Raider Volleyball Camp will begin on June 9th and run until June 12th. The camp will be under the direction of the Ryan volleyball coaching staff and a few former players. The camp will be at Ryan High School and will be open for girls entering third grade to girls entering ninth grade. It costs $75 by May 16th, $80 after May 16th. For more information, call Cindy Williams at 940-369-3167 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org June Music: June 6-8: Flute! PreCollege Camp Session I for high school level Instructor(s): Mary Karen Clardy; Deadline: May 1 These sessions emphasize musical performance and preparation. Daily classes include warm-up exercises, tone/technique development, and articulation studies, and provide opportunities for interaction of performer and listener. The campconcludes with a concert by members of the class. For information about registration, visit http://www.mkclardy.com/precollege-camp-session-i.html. The second annual â€œNo Excusesâ€? Softball Camp will be held at North Central Texas College
in Gainesville June 12-13. The camp will be conducted by college
coaches at both the NJCAA and NCAA level.
For more information, email email@example.com.