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Summer Camp 2012


Day Camp Overview Enrichment Ages Two through Eighth Grade Students

Foreign Language First through Eighth Grade Students

Wide World of Sports MMS SUMMER CAMP Millhopper Montessori School offers an enriching and exciting day camp for Preschool, Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle and High School students.

Second through Eighth Grade Students

Drama First through Sixth Grade Students

Theater Production Crew Seventh through Twelfth Grade Students

Program activities include specialty

Junior Counselor

classes, foreign language, crafts,

Sixth through Twelfth Grade Students

games , sports, theater and special events which revolve around a variety of themes.

High School MMS Alums: Come volunteer as a Junior Counselor and earn your volunteer hours required for graduation!

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After Camp Activities After Camp Academics: Individual Lessons with Ms. Elizabeth Falls Ms. Elizabeth will be teaching private lessons from 3:30 - 5:15 p.m. each afternoon. Lessons will focus on math and language (reading) and is open to all preschool and rising kindergarten students. Lessons are filled on a first come first serve basis and will be offered every afternoon in 45 minute increments (3:30-4:15 & 4:30-5:15). In order to keep the lessons individualized, please note there is a two student maximum per session. Note: there is an additional fee for these lessons. To register for Afternoon Academics, please check the appropriate box on page 18 of this brochure and contact Ms. Elizabeth to schedule the exact day/ time.

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Beginners, Preschool & Kindergarten Camp Schedule & Themes The Beginners/Preschool/Kindergarten summer camp program’s focus is the Montessori hands-on curriculum, weekly educational

Ms. Elizabeth Falls

fun themes, arts and crafts, music and playground fun!

Ms. Elizabeth is the Lead Teacher in one of the Preschool/Kindergarten classes at MMS. This is Ms. Elizabeth’s fourteenth year teaching at Millhopper Montessori School. She started as an Assistant Teacher in the Lower Elementary Classroom. Ms. Elizabeth holds her 3-6 AMS Montessori Certificate, is trained in Phono-Graphix and has completed the Montessori Key Concepts Workshop. She has thirteen years experience in the Lower Elementary level. Elizabeth has a background and interest in working with special needs children. Elizabeth holds her BS in Psychology/Child Studies. She also holds an Associate of Science degree in Medical Administration. She is a mother of three, all of whom have attended MMS.

Every Friday is SPLASH DAY, excluding week 1. Splash Day is a fun filled hour of water related activities. There will be thematic dress-up days on Thursday of each week.

WEEK 1 June 11 - June 15

Wild about Nature

WEEK 2 June 18 - June 22 It’s Alive! WEEK 3 June 25 - June 29

Fairy Tales (Ms. Crystal) Back to Bedrock (Ms. Elizabeth)

WEEK 4 (no school on July 4th) July 2 - July 6

Ahoy Pirates!

WEEK 5 July 9 - July 13

Shiver Me Timbers!

WEEK 6* July 16 - July 20

Art & Science

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MEALS & SNACKS All students will need to bring their lunches. Please note, lunches cannot be heated or refrigerated. Snacks are provided mid-morning and during the After Camp Program. Tuition is paid through Tuition Express the Friday before each week of camp. You may pay by checking account or credit card (no fees are applied). Please fill out either page 15 or 16 and submit it with your registration paperwork.

SCHEDULE & FEES Ms. Crystal Sorrow Ms. Crystal began working at MMS in the fall of 1999 after graduating from the University of Florida with a BA in English Literature. She was the Assistant Teacher in the Preschool/Kindergarten class for the 1999-2000 school year, was part of the administrative team from summer 2000 – fall 2001, and took over as Lead Teacher in the Early Childhood/ Beginner’s Class in October 2001. Ms. Crystal holds the Early Childhood Montessori certificate. She supervises the fifth grade Safety Patrols who assist the school by providing a morning and afternoon drop off service. Ms. Crystal has also taught Cooking and Creative Movement in after school studios at MMS.

Morning Program*

7:30 - 9:00 a.m.

$5.00/hour

Half Day Option**

9:00 - Noon

$125/week

Full Day Option

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

$190/week

After Camp Program*

3:00 - 5:30 p.m.

$5.00/hour

*The Morning Program and After Camp Program are charged at a rate of $5.00/hour ($.084 cents/minute) and are billed after use. Children must be 3 years of age and potty trained to stay past 3:00 p.m.

**Half Day Option is available to Beginner’s only. After Camp Academics with Ms. Elizabeth Falls

$55/session

TERMS Due to high demand and limited spaces, a nonrefundable deposit of $25.00 is due upon enrolling to hold a spot for each child. Note: If MMS is not notified within seven days of cancellation, you will be responsible for payment for the entire week of camp. 5


Elementary/Middle School

MEET THE TEACHERS Richard Aslanian has been teaching at Millhopper Montessori School for the past eighteen years. During that time he has been an assistant in preschool/ kindergarten and K-1 classes and a Lead Teacher for classes containing grades first through fourth. Richard holds a BA in History from the University of Florida. He received his AMS certificate in 1997 and has been trained in Phono-Graphix. Richard is married to Ms. Sylvia, the Technology and Drama Instructor. Both of his sons attended Millhopper Montessori School. His younger son attended the school for twelve years; and now attends Eastside High School’s Pre IB program. His other son is attending Santa Fe College and is employed part time at MMS. Richard hosts Chess Club on Tuesday afternoon during the regular school year and coaches our middle school basketball team. Sylvia has been a part of the MMS family for nineteen years. For the past nine years, Sylvia has co-directed the Elementary/Middle School End of the Year Show. She has adapted many plays for the Summer Drama Camp, including several Shakespeare works, and assisted Richard during the summer programs. She is the director of the Elementary/Middle School Drama Club and the Annual Shakespeare Festival at the Thomas Center. Theater took her to Los Angeles after attending SFC where she pursued a career as a Producer’s Assistant at Trans World Entertainment/Epic Productions. There she learned many aspects of the business for four years. Sylvia also worked as a puppeteer assistant for Fun Amusement Inc. where she learned television production. She has worked as a Kindergarten assistant at Nova Elementary with the special needs students of Creole, Canadian, and Spanish backgrounds. She worked at the front desk as well as an assistant in the Preschool/Kindergarten class. Sylvia has also taught Spanish to Preschool, Kindergarten, and Elementary students. Both of her sons attended Millhopper Montessori School. Her younger son attended the school for twelve years. He is attending Eastside High School’s Pre IB program. Her other son is attending SFC and is employed part time at MMS. Ms. Susan Salvatore holds the AMS Montessori Elementary Education teaching credential and has been teaching at MMS for thirty-four years. She has experience ranging from age two through eighth grade. Susan has overseen the operation of the Elementary/Middle School Morning Program for six years and is also the Study Hall Supervisor. Susan teaches US History, Math and manages many aspects of the Senior Elementary Class.

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Jeanne-Marie returned to MMS in 2006 to assist in the Beginner’s Class and to teach Spanish in the Early Childhood program. She had been a French and Spanish teacher, as well as an assistant teacher in our summer programs (PK-5th grade) in 1995 and 1996. She also taught the Spanish classes (K-8) during the fall semester of 1999 and developed a Spanish program for Millhopper Montessori School at that time. She taught Spanish and French (grades 6-12) at Oak Hall School for twelve years and helped to develop the MS Foreign Language Program and the Foreign Language Curriculum (PK12) while she was there. During her graduate work at the University of Florida, she taught beginning French classes and tutored students in both French and Spanish. She earned a BA in Romance Languages with a minor in business from Catholic University. She worked in International Business before coming to Gainesville to do an MA in Romance Languages with an emphasis on Second Language Acquisition and a minor in Education from the University of Florida. Since August of 2010 she has been in charge of teaching all the Spanish classes (Beginner’s – 8th Grade) and continues to be the Morning Care Supervisor. Her daughter attended MMS from 4th8th grades.

Coach Cam Parker has been with MMS for five years! He has worked in summer camps for fourteen years. His sports background includes facilitating youth leagues and refereeing youth sports, not to mention being an avid sports fan. Coach Cam received his Bachelors degree from UF (Go Gators!) in Family, Youth and Community Sciences. He completed the State of Florida teacher certification program for Physical Education K-12 at Santa Fe College.

Mr. Obed Resendez is a graduate from the University of Florida, with a Bachelors of Science degree in Business Administration and a minor in Music. In his spare time he teaches percussion at a competitive level-with Drum Corps International and is a well renowned cymbals instructor in the DCI and WGI community. He has won two competitive world medals and has been featured in the book, Cymbal Technique 101 (for his innovative way of approaching cymbal techniques and practices). While at UF, he was a drummer for the Florida pride of the sunshine gator marching band and performed for the entertainment of the 2008 championship game and the 2009 sugar bowl. As a drummer, he has also had the opportunity to perform with pop artist, Enrique Iglesias. His musical theater experience includes a production of West Side story for JSU and Ocala civic theater’s production of Thoroughly Modern Millie.

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Overview of Elementary - High School Day Camp Options

Camp Schedule & Themes (Rising 1st - 8th graders)

WEEK 1

June 11 - June 15

Photography I (rising 1st - 8th graders) Week 1

Digital Photography I

the perfect shot. You’ll learn the fundamentals of light, shadow, exposure and composi-

Digital Photography II

tion. You’ll put the finishing touch on and go home with your very own portfolio.

Football

Photography II (rising 2nd - 8th graders)

French - 1/2 day

If you have attended Photography I, you will continue learning advanced techniques of

Percussion - 1/2 day Week 2

Learn the basics of taking a photograph, including parts of a camera and learn to capture

Woodworking

Photography. You will learn how to edit your photos in Paint.net, Photoshop and create a digital portfolio using Windows Movie Maker. You will choose two to three photographs to be entered into several educational photo contests. (TBA). Our Summer Camp Photography photos have been featured at The Thomas Center Mezzanine Gallery in two collec-

Olympics

Week 3

Spanish - 1/2 day

Anniversary Celebration of The Thomas Center.

Percussion - 1/2 day

Football (rising 2nd - 8th graders)

Mad Scientist

Campers will hone their football skills and learn about the players, coaches and teams that

Basketball

tition and the spinning field goals add to the frivolity. It all comes to climax with the Su-

French - 1/2 day Percussion - 1/2 day Week 4

tions: Thomas Center Through the Eyes of Millhopper Montessori School and 100 Year

Invention/Animation

have made the sport so popular. Mini-games such as our own punt, pass and kick compeperb Bowl on Friday! Each day will consist of a variety of games, skill drills, knowledge based activities and even crafts relative to the weeks theme sport(s). We will not be playing any particular sport exclusively. We will integrate the skills and concepts into a fun filled day.

Spanish- 1/2 day

French (rising 1st - 8th graders) New

Percussion - 1/2 day

1/2 Day (9:00 - Noon) Come join us for some extra special language fun by:

Week 5

Week 6

Drama Camp I

Doing conversation and role-play activities to work on speaking skills, Studying culture

Production Crew

through games and cooperative learning activities, Using your inner chef to prepare delec-

Baseball

crafts.

table cuisine, and exploring the art forms of different countries with creative projects and

Drama Camp II

Percussion (rising 1st - 8th graders) New

Production Crew

1/2 Day (12:30 - 3:00 p.m.)

Aquatics

Come discover the basic history of what may be the world’s oldest musical instrument. Campers will learn of the use of percussion instruments throughout various points in his-

JUNIOR COUNSELOR

tory and their effects on musical change. We will be learning how drums were used as

WEEKS 1 - 6

Jazz, Dixieland jazz, rock and pop music. Each day will consist of learning about a time

means of communication, Military use, and how different sounds and styles evolved into period and the drum use, then learn and play simple drum patterns of that time period. No musical experience will be required, only willingness to learn and to have FUN.

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WEEK 2

June 18- June 22

Woodworking (rising 1st - 8th graders) From start to finish you will build and create two projects. We will go over the plans and measure, cut, sand and paint. You will also design your own projects. Workshop includes: wood, tools, paint, plans and basic woodworking guide. $15 supply fee will be added.

Wide World of Sports & Summer Olympics (rising 2nd - 8th graders) In honor of this year’s Olympic Games campers will learn about and participate in summer camp style version of many events. Over the past few summers we have discovered a cornucopia of sports that are popular in other countries that but get little publicity in America and our camp will spend some time learning about and playing a few of these lesser known athletic gems. Each day will consist of a variety of games, skill drills, knowledge based activities and even crafts relative to the weeks theme sport(s). We will not be playing any particular sport exclusively. We will integrate the skills and concepts into a fun filled day.

Spanish (rising 1st - 8th graders) 1/2 Day (9:00 - Noon)

New

Come join us for some extra special language fun by: Doing conversation and role-play activities to work on speaking skills, studying culture through games and cooperative learning activities, using your inner chef to prepare delectable cuisine, and exploring the art forms of different countries with creative projects and crafts.

Percussion (rising 1st - 8th graders)1/2 Day (12:30 - 3:00 p.m.)

New

Come discover the basic history of what may be the world’s oldest musical instrument. Campers will learn of the use of percussion instruments throughout various points in history and their effects on musical change. We will be learning how drums were used as means of communication, Military use, and how different sounds and styles evolved into Jazz, Dixieland jazz, rock and pop music. Each day will consist of learning about a time period and the drum use, then learn and play simple drum patterns of that time period. No musical experience will be required, only willingness to learn and to have FUN.

WEEK 3

June 25- June 29

Mad Scientist (rising 1st - 8th graders) Everyday is an adventure as we explore various topics, fun projects and materials, microscopes, magnifying glasses, telescopes, pulleys, the scientific method and much more. Come and enjoy the world around us! You never know what we will discover next!

Basketball (rising 2nd - 8th graders) Basketball skills will get a boost in this hooptastic camp! Scheduled the same week as the NBA draft we will learn about the draft process and test our prediction skills. A plethora of shooting games will be paired with skill development for an awesome week. Each day will consist of a variety of games, skill drills, knowledge based activities and even crafts relative to the weeks theme sport(s). We will not be playing any particular sport exclusively. We will integrate the skills and concepts into a fun filled day.

French (rising 1st - 8th graders) 1/2 Day (9:00 - Noon)

New

Come join us for some extra special language fun by: Doing conversation and role-play activities to work on speaking skills, studying culture through games and cooperative learning activities, using your inner chef to prepare delectable cuisine, and exploring the art forms of different countries with creative projects and crafts.

Percussion (rising 1st - 8th graders)1/2 Day (12:30 - 3:00 p.m.)

New

Come discover the basic history of what may be the world’s oldest musical instrument. Campers will learn of the use of percussion instruments throughout various points in history and their effects on musical change. We will be learning how drums were used as means of communication, Military use, and how different sounds and styles evolved into Jazz, Dixieland jazz, rock consist of learning about a time period and the drum use, then learn and play simple drum patterns cal experience will be required, only willingness to learn and to have FUN.

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and pop music. Each day will of that time period. No musi-


WEEK 4

July 2 - July 6 (no camp on Wednesday, July 4th)

Invention/Animation (rising 1st - 8th graders) This week you will learn about various inventors and inventions. Our focus will be to explore and create fun projects using cranks, pulleys, levers and motors. You will use your imagination and hard work to cooperatively make an original invention. In the animation portion, you will learn the history and process of animation. You will create your own animated short using a program best suited to your talents. We will have an special viewing of the completed projects on Friday. Your short will be put onto a disc for you to take home when you’re finished.

Spanish (rising 1st - 8th graders) 1/2 Day (9:00 - Noon) Come join us for some extra special language fun by:

New

Doing conversation and role-play activities to work on speaking skills, studying culture through games and cooperative learning activities, using your inner chef to prepare delectable cuisine and exploring the art forms of different countries with creative projects and crafts.

Percussion (rising 1st - 8th graders)1/2 Day (12:30 - 3:00 p.m.)

New

Come discover the basic history of what may be the world’s oldest musical instrument. Campers will learn of the use of percussion instruments throughout various points in history and their effects on musical change. We will be learning how drums were used as means of communication, Military use, and how different sounds and styles evolved into Jazz, Dixieland jazz, rock and pop music. Each day will consist of learning about a time period and the drum use, then learn and play simple drum patterns of that time period. No musical experience will be required, only willingness to learn and to have FUN.

WEEK 5

July 9 - July 13

Drama: Good Manners: A Medieval Quest for Polite Behavior (rising 2nd—6th graders) Production Crew (rising 7th-12th graders) It’s the Middle Ages, and a wicked spell has been cast on the kingdom: good manners have suddenly disappeared, and it’s up to Sir Gwendolyn and Sir Dancelot to bring them back. The two knights (both relatively new to this “quest” thing) have no clue what to do, and of course things go terribly wrong. But luckily for the kingdom, they run into just the right characters to help them (re)discover polite behavior: an alchemist has invented hygiene, a baron teaches them social etiquette, the Black Knight encourages them to learn to help others, a damsel (definitely not in distress) reveals the importance of asking permission, a spoon-loving abbot shares the joys of table manners, and a dragon explains why it’s mean to call people names (dragons have feelings too).

Baseball (rising 2nd—6th graders) Scheduled in rhythm with the MLB All-Star Break, campers will play a wide variety of baseball related mini-games, including the daily homerun derby and learning to throw crazy pitches with wiffle balls (or trying to atleast!). Campers make predictions for the all-star festivities while learning about the players involved. Each day will consist of a variety of games, skill drills, knowledge based activities and even crafts relative to the weeks theme sport(s). We will not be playing any particular sport exclusively. We will integrate the skills and concepts into a fun filled day.

WEEK 6

July 16 - July 20

Drma: It’s Electrifying! (rising 2nd—6th graders) - Production Crew (rising 7th-12th graders) Historical figures such as Ben Franklin and Thomas Edison guide students through such topics as how electricity was "discovered," how it travels, different forms of production of electricity, and conversation.

Aquatics (rising 2nd - 8th graders) Camper will participate in two onsite water extravaganzas where we introduce some H20 to a few popular games. This will go along with trips to two local swimming venues (TBA) and a voyage to Aquatica in Orlando. Registration priority will be given to campers who participated in other weeks of the Wild World of Sports Camp. *The price of the field trips will be in addition to the camp fee listed and will be collected with the permission slips.

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Earn your Volunteer Hours at MMS!

Junior Counselor Rising 6th - 12th Graders WEEKS 1 through 6

June 11 - July 20

Become a member of the MMS Summer Camp Staff! We are excited to offer our rising sixth through eighth grade students, as well as any MMS alumni currently in high school the opportunity to take part in our summer camp program as a Junior Counselor!

Job Requirements: Activities are planned in a camp setting for children attending our Beginners Camp (ages 2 - 4), Preschool/Kindergarten (ages 3.5 - 5) and Elementary Enrich-

COST Rising 6th through 8th Grade

ment Program (First through Fifth Grade students) Junior Counselor's roles are: ► To participate under the supervision of the Camp Directors and in

9:00 - 3:00 p.m. $135/week High School Students 9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Implementing activities in the safest manner possible ► To be a positive role model ► To actively interact with the children to promote and encourage their

personal growth ► To create video news clips and hard copy newsletter to be distributed each

No charge

Friday.

Requirements: Applicant must be a rising sixth through twelfth grade student. Prior attendance at MMS summer camp is desirable. Must have an interest in leadership skills and willingness to learn and understand organizational skills and group dynamics. Must have an ability for and an interest in assisting with a variety of activities including all camps being offered at MMS. Must have a genuine interest in working with people.

Personal Development: 1.

Develop skills in planning and implementing activities with children.

2.

Be prepared to receive feedback and support from anyone at camp.

3.

Maintain a positive and open outlook. Try to work out problems with the rest of the staff.

4.

Be a positive role model for the children. Reward and encourage their good behavior with attention and affection.

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Camp Schedule

Elementary/Middle School Schedule & Fees

Week 1

June 11 - June 15

Week 2

June 18 - June 22

Week 3

June 25 - June 29

Week 4

July 2 - July 6

pay by checking account or credit card (no fees are applied). Please fill out either page

*No School July 4th

15 or 16 and submit it with your registration paperwork.

Week 5

July 9 - July 13

Enrichment & Sports 9:00 - 3:00 p.m. $190/week

Week 6

July 16 - July 20

Day Camps Tuition is paid through Tuition Express the Friday before each week of camp. You may

(Weeks 1-4) (a $15 supply fee will be added for Woodworking week)

Foreign Language

Daily Schedule Morning Program*

7:30 - 9:00 a.m.

Camp

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

After Camp Program* 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. *The Morning Program and After Camp Program are charged at a rate of $5.00/hour ($.084 cents/minute)

9:00 - Noon

$95/week

(Weeks 1-4) (a $15 supply fee will be added to cover food and art supplies)

Percussion

12:30 - 3:00 p.m. $95/week

Drama Camps

9:00 - 3:00 p.m. $205/week

(Weeks 5 - 6)

and are billed after use.

Production Crew

Meals & Snacks

(Weeks 5 - 6)

All students will need to bring their own

Junior Counselor

lunches each day. Please note, lunches

(Weeks 1-6)

9:00 - 3:00 p.m. $135/week 9:00 - 3:00 p.m. $135/week (no charge for HS students)

cannot be heated or refrigerated. Snacks are provided mid-morning and during the After School Program.

Terms

EVERY FRIDAY IS

Due to high demand and limited spaces, a non-refundable deposit of

SPLASH DAY!

MMS is not notified within seven days of cancellation, you will be re-

(A fun filled hour of water related activities!)

$25.00 is due upon enrolling to hold a spot for each child. Note: If sponsible for payment for the entire week of camp.

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Summer Camp Application

If your child is currently Enrolled at MMS & all information on file is correct please initial here ______ and do not fill out the information below.

Child's Name: _______________________________________________________________________ (Last) (First) (Middle) (Alias) Birth date:

____/_____/_____

Gender:

_______

Enrollment Date: _________________

Primary Parent’s Name :______________________________ Relationship to Child: _____________________ Address Information: _______________________________________________________________________________________ Home Address City/State/ Zip _______________________________________________________________________________________ Work Address City/State/Zip _______________________________________________________________________________________ Email Address Phone Information (please circle the number we should call first): (______)_____________________ (______)_______________________(______)____________________

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Secondary Parent’s Name :______________________________ Relationship to Child: __________________ Address Information: _______________________________________________________________________________________ Home Address City/State/ Zip _______________________________________________________________________________________ Work Address City/State/Zip _______________________________________________________________________________________ Email Address Phone Information (please circle the number we should call first): (______)_____________________ (______)_______________________(______)____________________ Home Phone Work Phone Cell Phone

Medical Release In case of emergency, MILLHOPPER MONTESSORI SCHOOL, or it's staff, has my permission to have my child ___________________________________________________________, transported to the closest hospital at the time. I understand that MMS will make every effort to contact me and my child's physician in an emergency. If it is necessary for my child to be transferred to a hospital, I would prefer he/she be taken to ____________________________________. (Name of Hospital) In the event that I cannot be reached by the MMS in an emergency, I give my permission to _____________________________________, (CHILD'S PHYSICIAN) to render any medical service that may, in the sole discretion of the doctor, be necessary.

Guarantee of Insurance Children attending Millhopper Montessori School, Inc. must have health insurance through their families. MMS’ insurance works alongside a family’s policy and the Administrator needs proof of insurance. Please provide the following information: Primary Payer’s names

_________________________________________

Primary Payer

_________________________________________

Secondary Payer

Child or children’s name(s) ________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ Name and address of insurance company

____________________________________ ____________________________________

Phone Number of insurance company

____________________________________

Policy Number

____________________________________

I guarantee that the above information is correct and I understand that it is my responsibility to inform Millhopper Montessori School, Inc. of any changes in insurance coverage for my child. ________________________________________ ________________________________________ Primary Parent’s signature Secondary Parent’s signature

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Tuition is paid through Tuition Express the Friday before each week of camp. You may pay by checking account or credit card (no fees are applied). Please fill out either page 15 or 16 and submit it with your registration paperwork.

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Tuition is paid through Tuition Express the Friday before each week of camp. You may pay by checking account or credit card (no fees are applied). Please fill out either page 15 or 16 and submit it with your registration paperwork.

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Information & Relationships Please fill out the following information and indicate who the child lives with, who is to be notified in case of an emergency and who is allowed to pickup your child from school. Relationship Primary Parent’s Name :_________________________________ Secondary Parent’s Name :_________________________________

Name :_________________________________ Home Phone: (______)_____________________ Cell Phone:

(______)_____________________

Work Phone: (______)_____________________ Name :_________________________________ Home Phone: (______)_____________________ Cell Phone:

(______)_____________________

Work Phone: (______)_____________________ Name :_________________________________ Home Phone: (______)_____________________ Cell Phone:

(______)_____________________

Work Phone: (______)_____________________

Name :_________________________________ Home Phone: (______)_____________________ Cell Phone:

(______)_____________________

Work Phone: (______)_____________________

Name :_________________________________ Home Phone: (______)_____________________ Cell Phone:

(______)_____________________

Work Phone: (______)_____________________

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Lives With

Emergency

Pickup


Summer Camp Registration Form

Child’s Name:

Please select your camp choices below, fill out this form, and submit with the $25 registration fee.

Camp Beginners

Preschool/Kindergarten

Times*

Ages Ages 2 through 4

9:00 - Noon

Ages 2 through 4

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Ages 3.5 through 6

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

*To register for Afternoon Academics see below.

Afternoon Academics

Preschool/Kindergarten - see below

Digital Photography I

Rising 1st through 5th grade

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Digital Photography II

Rising 1st through 5th grade

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Football

Rising 2nd through 8th grade

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

French

Rising 1st through 8th grade

9:00 - Noon

Percussion

Rising 1st through 8th grade

12:30 - 3:00 p.m.

Woodworking

Rising 1st through 5th grade

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Olympics

Rising 2nd through 5th grade

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Spanish

Rising 1st through 8th grade

9:00 - Noon

Percussion

Rising 1st through 8th grade

12:30 - 3:00 p.m.

Mad Scientist

Rising 1st through 5th grade

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Basketball

Rising 2nd through 5th grade

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

French

Rising 1st through 8th grade

9:00 - Noon

Percussion

Rising 1st through 8th grade

12:30 - 3:00 p.m.

Invention/Animation

Rising 1st through 5th grade

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Spanish

Rising 1st through 8th grade

9:00 - Noon

Percussion

Rising 1st through 8th grade

12:30 - 3:00 p.m.

Drama

Rising 2nd through 6th Grade

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Production Crew

Rising 7th through 12th Grade

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Baseball

Rising 2nd through 8th Grade

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Aquatics

Rising 2nd through 8th Grade

9:00 - 3:00 p.m.

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After Camp

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Summer Camp 2012

8505 NW 39th Avenue Gainesville, FL 32606 Thank you for your interest in Millhopper Montessori School’s 2012 Summer Camp! Our camp is in it’s 33rd year! Millhopper Montessori School (MMS) will offer an enriching and exciting day camp for Preschool/Kindergarten, Elementary and Middle School students June 11th-July 20th. The camp activities will include specialty classes, crafts, games, sports, and special events that revolve around a variety of themes. The Preschool & Kindergarten students will experience a Montessori hands on curriculum, weekly educational fun themes, arts & crafts, music and playground fun! The First through Eighth grade students can choose from the following options: Enrichment, Theater, Science, Wide World of Sports, Afternoon Academics and Fit Club camps. Please do not hesitate to contact us at 352-375-6773, visit our website at www.millhopper.com or stop by anytime should you have any questions! We look forward to having your child(ren) with us this summer!


2012 Summer Camp