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June 15–August 14, 2020 Ages 3–17 DAY CAMP

WISE UP

STEM

M oses B row n S chool Providence, R.I.

ATHLETICS

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Weekly Schedules MB Camps Page

June 15–19

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3–7

Squash

Lacrosse (evening)

19

Tennis

24

Soccer

20

Track & Field

25

3–7

RISE / Early RISErs

23

June 22–26 Girls’ Basketball

18

Creative Computing with Javascript

9

Soccer

20

Computer Programming with Micro:bit

10

Squash

23

Digital Fabrication & Design

11

Tennis

24

Forensics

13

Tennis

24

RISE / Early RISErs

June 29–July 2 (no camp July 3) RISE / Early RISErs

3–7

Soccer

20

July 6–10 3–7

Soccer

20

8

Squash

23

Forensics

13

Tennis

24

Chess

14

Track & Field

25

Soccer

20

RISE / Early RISErs 2D Studio: Sticker Your World

July 13–17 3–7

RISE / Early RISErs Exploring Robotics Through VEX IQ

12

Soccer Goalkeeping (evening)

21

Lemonade Stand

16

Squash

23

Field Hockey

17

Tennis

24

3–7

Soccer

20

Chess

14

Squash

23

Budding Entrepreneurs

16

Tennis

24

Field Hockey

17

Track & Field

25

July 20–24 RISE / Early RISErs

July 27–31 RISE / Early RISErs

3–7

Soccer Goalkeeping (evening)

21

High School Soccer Prep

22

Squash

23

Lacrosse

19

Tennis

24

Soccer

20

3–7

Squash

23

14

Tennis

24

Soccer (Tournament Week)

20

Track & Field

25

High School Soccer Prep

22

Tennis

24

August 3–7 RISE / Early RISErs Chess

August 10–14 Drama Camp: Making a Play

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Rhode Island Summer Enrichment

RISE

Ages Ages 5–14 5-14

June 15–August 11–August 37 Full-day: 8:45 a.m.–3:00 p.m. Half-day: 8:45 a.m.–12:30 p.m.; 11:40 a.m.–3:00 p.m. RISE Camp is the ultimate choose-your-own adventure! Our energetic camp staff of experienced teachers and coaches, ambitious college students, and exceptional high schoolers (many of whom were RISE campers) will guide and inspire campers as they get a taste of everything that interests them. Established in 1963, Moses Brown’s RISE camp offers arts, academics, science, sports, adventure and fun to children ages 5–14. One day each week, Upper (ages 8–14) and Lower (ages 5–7) campers come together to celebrate theme days, including Treasure Hunt, Gold Rush, and Campers vs. Counselors, having fun and learning from other children of all ages.

Cost

Discounts Full-day

Half-day

8 Weeks

$2,425

$1,375

7 weeks

$2,200

$1,245

6 weeks

$1,945

$1,100

5 weeks

$1,670

$940

4 weeks

$1,370

$770

3 weeks

$1,050

$590

2 weeks

$710

$400

1 week

$355

$200

Weekly average

$303

$172

Built-in / Multi-week Discount

Additional discount each week star ting at week three

Early Bird Discount $10/week FD $5/week HD April 6, 2020 deadline Sibling Discount

$10/week FD $5/week HD Does not apply to first camper

Financial aid available on a limited basis.

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Upper Camp Rhode Island Summer Enrichment Ages Ages5-14 8–14

June 15–August 11–August 37 Upper Camp is designed for children who have completed grades 2–7. A typical day

Innovative and Fun Courses! Most Upper Camp courses are open to children ages 8–14, though some are only for ages 8–11 or 12–14. (Caveat: the in-depth nature of some courses requires that they only be available to children attending RISE for multiple weeks.)

8:45 a.m.

Homebase

9:00 a.m.

First Course

9:50 a.m.

Second Course

All registered campers will receive the Upper Camp Course Selection Guide in early June.

10:35 a.m.

Snack

10:50 a.m.

Third Course

11:45 a.m.

Activity

12:30 p.m.

Lunch

1:10 p.m.

Fourth Course

2:00 p.m.

Fifth Course

2:45 p.m.

Closing Circle

Previous courses have included Animation Improv Art in Nature Basketball Capture the Flag Coding 4

Digital Imagination Cold Cooking Duct Tape Creations Floor Hockey Four Square

Jam Session Lego Mania Messy Science Paper Making Producing a News Show

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Slime Time T-Shirt Time Weaving Woodshop


Rhode Island Summer Enrichment

Lower Camp Ages Ages5–7 5-14

June 15–August 11–August 37 Child must be entering kindergarten to be eligible for Lower Camp. With a 5:1 camper-to-counselor ratio, the Lower Camp staff personalizes every child’s summer camp experience to be as fun and creative as possible! And with offerings that are just right for their age group, every camper can grow and explore in ways that develop their confidence and sense of self.

A typical day 8:45 a.m.

Drop-off

9:00 a.m.

Circle Time

9:15 a.m.

Pool / Group Games

Explorations: campers explore a variety of themes through a range of connected offerings that build observation, imagination, and artistic skills

9:45 a.m.

Explorations

Expeditions: daily choice based on the theme of the week, generally a craft to take home that day

10:45 a.m. Snacks

Activities: weekly choice; work on developing a specific skill—can be competing in games, cooking, learning to make friendship bracelets or playing frisbee Optionals: daily choice; students engage in their favorite type of activities—from water slide, crafts, dance lessons, Legos or outdoor team games

10:15 a.m. Free Play 11:00 a.m. Expeditions 11:45 a.m. Activities 12:30 p.m. Lunch / Recess 1:15 p.m.

Zen

1:45 p.m.

Optionals

2:45 p.m.

Closing Circle

Previous offerings have included Cooking Dance Lessons Friendship Bracelets Frisbee

Legos Making Musical Instruments Map and Flag Making Swim

Talent Show Team Building Games Water Slide Zen Meditation

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Early RISErs Rhode Island Summer Enrichment Ages Ages5-14 3–4

June 15–August 11–August 37 All children must be toilet-trained prior to attending camp. Full-day: 8:45 a.m.–3:00 p.m. Half-day: 8:45 a.m.–12:30 p.m.; 11:45 a.m.–3:00 p.m. Spending the day away from home can be a big deal for three- and four-year-olds. Our director is a full-time teacher and with a 4:1 camper-to-staff ratio, these young learners will enjoy the comfort of daycare with the excitement of fun camp activities. Each week, they will explore a different theme like To the Moon and Back, Super Hero Super You, or Creepy Crawly Critters. Our campers will enjoy weekly musical play that incorporates instruments, singing, dancing, and live storytelling with Lindsay Meehan, founder of Music for Children. And, in the heat of the summer, they will get to cool off in wading pools and sprinklers on MB’s campus.

Cost

A typical day

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8:45 a.m.

Check-in / Play Time

9:30 a.m.

Circle Time

10:15 a.m.

Snack

10:45 a.m.

Swim Time

11:45 a.m.

Activity / Playground

12:30 p.m.

Lunch

1:00 p.m.

Activity / Quiet Time

1:45 p.m.

Snack

2:00 p.m.

Activity

2:45 p.m.

Circle Time

Discounts Full-Day Half-Day

8 Weeks

$2,155

$1,335

See page 3.

7 weeks

$1,950

$1,220

6 weeks

$1,725

$1,085

5 weeks

$1,480

$935

Financial aid available on a limited basis.

4 weeks

$1,215

$770

3 weeks

$930

$590

2 weeks

$630

$400

1 week

$315

$200

Weekly average

$269

$167

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Directors Jerrett Wilson RISE

Allie Spurling RISE

Jerrett Wilson will return as the Director of RISE Camps this year. After his positive experience over the last eight summers, he is excited to be a part of another summer at RISE. During the academic year, Jerrett teaches Spanish and French in the Upper School at Moses Brown. He also is an assistant coach for the middle school football team and coaches the middle school A basketball team.

Allie, a music teacher, early childhood educator, and program coordinator at Moses Brown, has worked with children ages 3 to 18 for several years. As part of the RISE Upper Camp team after spending many years as a camper and counselor at RISE, Allie enjoys seeing the same faces yearly and working with a strong staff to provide fun and engaging summer experiences.

Sandrine Dundas RISE Lower Camp

Christine Moniz Early RISErs

Sandrine joined MB in the summer of 2005. She brings a unique perspective to the camp as she is the parent of three long-time RISE campers, and has many years of experience as both a camp counselor and a French teacher for early childhood and lower school at Lincoln School.

Christine has been part of our summer camps program since 2003. During the school year, she is an assistant special education teacher in Attleboro.

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2D Studio: Sticker Your World STEM Grades 7–12

July 6–10

Photo by Javon Swaby from Pexels

Half-day: 8:45–11:30 a.m. You see them everywhere—on water bottles, laptops, car windows, notebooks and road signs. Stickers are a fun, colorful, and creative means of self-expression; and in this camp, you will get to design and create your own stickers and vinyl decals! Campers will learn about 2D design through the Silhouette Cameo hardware and software system. The Cameo is an electronic cutting machine that can cut designs out from paper, vinyl, fabric and other materials. Campers will learn about design principles which they can incorporate into producing their own hand-designed graphics, text or digital images. They’ll use software tools to convert their designs to digital outlines for producing custom-cut decals. During the week, we will engage in brainstorming activities in which students will generate ideas for messages they wish to express in their designs. Projects will include making full-color paper sticker sheets with multiple copies of a single design, as well as single-color vinyl decals. Campers may join other MB camps in the afternoon but must register separately.

David Wasser

Dave teaches technology in MB’s middle and upper school and coaches the VEX Robotics teams in those two divisions. He is passionate about using technology to challenge the traditional divide between “right brain” and “left brain” and seeks to nurture creative problemsolving skills in his students. Dave is also an amateur musician and a founder of the nonprofit Ukulele Hall of Fame Museum, which he hopes will one day be a permanent public repository for his collection of ukuleles and ephemera. His favorite tech projects combine mathematical thinking with the production of music and art.

Cost Half-day 8

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$275


STEM

Creative Computing with JavaScript Grades 6–8

June 22–26 Half-day: 8:45–11:30 a.m. Campers in the JavaScript course will learn the basics of this popular programming language through a hands-on, projectbased curriculum that introduces them to the fundamentals of object-oriented programming. They’ll learn about sequencing, functions and arguments, properties, variables, arrays, loops, randomness, conditionals and more. Through the standards-aligned, web-based tutorials, campers will discover ways that coding is employed in a wide variety of industries—from entertainment to TV news, fashion to environmental science. Along with the coding instruction, students will learn about computer science and practice 21st century skills such as collaboration, global awareness and public speaking. Campers will flex their creative and technical muscles through a series of engaging projects. They will code their own videos, create filters, design original graphic effects, animate motivational memes and develop interactive maps. Extra time will be given each day for experimenting and exploring beyond the curriculum. Campers may join other MB camps in the afternoon but must register separately.

David Wasser

Dave teaches technology in MB’s middle and upper school and coaches the VEX Robotics teams in those two divisions. He is passionate about using technology to challenge the traditional divide between “right brain” and “left brain” and seeks to nurture creative problemsolving skills in his students. Dave is also an amateur musician and a founder of the nonprofit Ukulele Hall of Fame Museum, which he hopes will one day be a permanent public repository for his collection of ukuleles and ephemera. His favorite tech projects combine mathematical thinking with the production of music and art.

Cost Half-day

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Computer Programming with the Micro:bit!

STEM

Ages 10–14

June 22–June 26

Photo courtesy of Flicker/Tatsuo Yamashita

Half-day: 8:45–11:30 a.m. Learn to program your own pocket-size computer! Campers will explore computer programming with J-Blocks, a drag and drop coding editor, and then progress to a more formal programming language, Python, all while working with the micro:bit. The micro:bit is an inexpensive, pocket-size codable computer. It is a system-on-chip with 25 LED lights, two programmable buttons, a compass, and motion and temperature sensors. Since the micro:bit editors are all webbased, campers may continue to work on their projects at home during and after the class! Campers will learn programming by building and coding a stopwatch, a thermometer, a traffic light and a pedometer. Individuals will then select from a variety of more advanced projects. At the conclusion of the session, each student will receive their own micro:bit kit to build fun projects for the rest of the summer! No prior experience with programming necessary!

Laurie Center

Laurie was the Director of STEM Education at Moses Brown and taught computer programming to students ranging from nursery students with the Code-a-pillar to upper school students in AP Computer Science Principles. She believes physical computing (writing code that controls physical devices) empowers youngsters to learn programming more quickly, builds their selfconfidence, and captures their imaginations.

Campers may join other MB camps in the afternoon, but must register separately.

Cost Half-day 10

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$275


STEM

Digital Fabrication & Design Ages 10–13

June 22–26 Half-day: 8:45–11:30 a.m. Do you love using computers? Do you enjoy designing and building things? Want to use the laser cutter? Join us for Digital Fabrication! Students will explore digital design tools and resources, beginning with an overview of the machines available in Moses Brown’s new Y-Lab, including a laser cutter, 3D printers, a wire bender, and CNC machines. We will use the laser cutter to etch and cut different materials including wood, acrylic, fabric, cork, rubber, leather, and more. Students will use CAD software to create their own digital design files, prototype them, revise their designs, and iterate their way to a finished product.

David Husted

David Husted joined Moses Brown in 2017 as MB’s firstever Director of Innovation and Design. He helps both teachers and students use the resources available in the Y-Lab. David is passionate about the tools and methods of the maker movement, and enjoys sharing the wonders of design and fabrication.

Campers may join other MB camps in the afternoon, but must register separately.

Cost Half-day $275/week

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Exploring Robotics Through VEX IQ STEM Grades 4–8

July 13–17 Half-day: 8:45–11:30 a.m. Campers will design and build simple machines using VEX IQ components, then build a basic robot integrating motors and sensors, and learn to control the robot through remote control or programming with VEXcode. VEX IQ components are specifically designed for upper elementary and middle school students. Through a series of hands-on team activities with VEX IQ, campers will explore the design, engineering and programming of robots. VEX IQ is a snap-together accessible robotics system that requires no tools but incorporates complex motors and sensors. VEXcode Blocks lets campers use simple drag and drop color-coded commands to create functioning programs and control the VEX IQ robots. To start, campers will build a series of simple machines and complete a chain reaction challenge, then move on to incorporate more advanced motors and mechanisms, using sensors to allow for remote and program control of the VEX IQ robot. VEX IQ sensors connect quickly and measure time, position distance, rotation, and sense touch.

Laurie Center

Laurie was the Director of STEM Education at Moses Brown and taught computer programming to students ranging from nursery students with the Code-a-pillar to upper school students in AP Computer Science Principles. She believes physical computing (writing code that controls physical devices) empowers youngsters to learn programming more quickly, builds their selfconfidence, and captures their imaginations.

Campers will work together in small groups, and complete activity challenges each day. No prior experience with programming necessary! Campers may join other MB camps in the afternoon but must register separately.

Cost Half-Day 12

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$250


STEM

Forensics: Crime Scenes Investigated Grades 5–8

June 22–26 or July 6–10 Full-day: 8:45 a.m.–3 p.m. Have you ever wondered how law enforcement detectives use science to catch criminals? How realistic are the methods depicted in your favorite crime dramas and books? What does a forensic entomologist do? In this camp, you’ll become a member of an elite Crime Scene Investigation Unit and discover, in a safe and fun environment, the scientific techniques used to investigate crimes. After learning and practicing how to collect and analyze evidence including fingerprints, fibers, hair, dental impressions, tool marks, ballistics, blood spatter, and DNA, you’ll put your new skills to the test to solve a crime and create a mock crime scene of your own to challenge your friends and family. If you enjoy solving puzzles, hands-on learning and mysteries— come be a crime-fighting camper!

Susan Pirruccello

Susan has been teaching math for over 20 years and is currently the Math Coordinator in the Moses Brown Lower School. She is a lifelong lover of logic and lateral thinking problems and puzzles of all kinds. Susan is also a huge fan of mystery writing and crime shows. Some of her favorites are Patricia Cornwell novels and the Criminal Minds series. She enjoys the process of discovering the clues and putting them together to come to a logical conclusion. Susan enjoys working with children and opening their eyes to new ways to think logically while solving problems.

Cost Grades 5–6

June 22–26 $395

Grades 7–8

July 6–10

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Chess Wise Up! Ages 5–14

July 6–10 or July 20–24 or Aug. 3–7 Full-day: 8:45 a.m.–3 p.m. Half-day: 8:45 a.m.–12 p.m.; 12–3 p.m. Moses Brown School partners with Chess Master Connections (CMC) in offering three week-long chess camps to beginning to advanced players ages 5–14. The staff is comprised of World Champions, International Masters and enthusiastic instructors. CMC instructors have inspired and delighted their students with gifted, fun chess instruction. The life skills of winning and losing well, creating a plan and following it, focusing on your own and your opponent’s actions, and the importance of creativity are all masterfully imparted throughout their instruction. Throughout CMC’s instruction, many young students are now ranking #1 in the U.S. in their age division, many have become Masters while still in elementary school, and some others have achieved the dream of playing in the youth World Championship. Tuition includes a camp t-shirt, work folder, certificate and chess board and pieces. Snacks and water will be provided to all participants during camp session, although full-day campers should provide their own lunch. Half-day participants may join other MB camps in the morning or afternoon, but must register separately.

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Jorge Sammour-Hasbun

Jorge, former Child World Champion and World Blitz Chess Champion, has been tutoring young students nationally for more than 20 years, and also teaches the Brown University Chess Team. Jorge brings the joy and magic of chess to all his classes, teaching students how to learn through the game of chess. He leads a staff of enthusiastic instructors in providing children with the best expertise in which to cultivate thinking and focusing skills.

Cost Full-day

$390/week Register before May 15th to receive $50 discount

Half-day

$245/week

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Wise Up!

Drama Camp: Making a Play! Grades 3–6

Aug. 10–14 Full-day: 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Performance: Aug. 14, 3 p.m. Young actors and designers are welcome to jump into this week-long play-making experience at MB! Students will generate and devise short plays, design sets, lights, costumes and share a final performance for friends and family. Campers will build these pieces out of their collective imagination and learn vital team-building and collaboration skills. This camp is for experienced theatre students, complete newbies and everyone in between. Jump in and let’s create something together!

Steve Kidd

Steve is a full-time drama teacher at Moses Brown and a resident actor at The Gamm Theatre in Warwick. Steve worked as the program director for Camp AmeriKids in Warwick, New York for 16 years, and started the award winning Gamm Summer Intensive camp for young actors in 2006. He is a graduate of Brown University and was trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. In 2008, Steve won the prestigious Lewis Hine Award for his commitment to children in need.

Cost Full-day

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My First Lemonade Stand/Budding Entrepreneurs

Wise Up!

Grades K–7

My First Lemonade Stand, Grades K-3 July 13–17 Half-day: 8:45–11:30 a.m.

Let’s sell lemonade! Young campers become “lemonade entrepreneurs” and learn how to make yummy lemonade and earn money selling it! From designing marketing flyers to estimating profits to experimenting with recipes, campers have fun all week while developing business savvy. Campers launch the lemonade stand on Friday to raise money for a charity they select! Campers may join other MB camps in the afternoon but must register separately.

Cost Half-day

$250

Budding Entrepreneurs, Grades 5-7 July 20–24 Half-day: 8:45–3 p.m.

Chuchi Arevalo

Chuchi, CFA, CFE, founded SPARK Business Academy, after working in finance for 20 years, to pursue his passion of promoting financial literacy and entrepreneurship among young students from kindergarten to high school. SPARK’s mission is to empower students with essential 21st-century skills and an entrepreneurial mindset through fun and innovative camps and classes. SPARK’s programs have been featured in Business Week, on Bloomberg TV and in international newspapers.

If you love Shark Tank, this empowering camp is for you! Join other intrepid campers and develop a business plan for your own business idea. You will learn to take risks and persevere, while making business-like decisions about strategy, marketing and finance. Campers build confidence “learning by doing” throughout the week and make their pitch presentations on the last day of camp!

Cost

Full-day 16

$395

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Athletics

Field Hockey Grades Ages K–12 5-14

June20–24 July 11–August 3 Half-day: 8:45 a.m.–12 p.m. Moses Brown’s celebrated former field hockey coach Leslie Caito-Jones will guide beginners and advanced players to have fun and play their best. Girls entering grades K–12 can develop their understanding of the game, build their skills and enjoy fun and fitness with their friends. (Field Hockey will end at 11:40 a.m. for campers enrolled in a different afternoon camp.) Sessions focus on ball control skills, elimination moves, passing and receiving, 1v1 defense, tactical concepts, and small game play. All skill sessions and games will be played on the turf field to ensure a smooth and fast playing surface. Focus will be placed on expanding leadership skills through hands-on activities and team-building exercises. Girls will learn field hockey in a fun and supportive environment, develop their leadership abilities, and learn how to give their best for the good of the team. Campers may join other MB camps in the afternoon but must register separately.

Leslie Caito-Jones

Leslie was a member of the University of Rhode Island field hockey team where she was a two-year Regional AllAmerican, three-year AllConference Team Member, and spent three years on the A-10 All-Tournament Team. As the former head coach at Moses Brown, she earned Division 1 State Championships in 2012, 2013, and 2014, in addition to Division II State Championships in 2006, 2007 and 2008. Leslie was named Coach of the Year in 2013 by the Rhode Island Athletic Directors Association and serves as the Director of Allegiance Field Hockey.

Cost Half-day

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Girls Basketball Athletics Grades 3–8

June 22–26 Half-day: 8:45–11:45 a.m. Moses Brown’s girls basketball coach will guide beginners and intermediate players to have fun and play their best. Girls entering grades K–8 can develop their understanding of the game, build their skills, and enjoy fun and fitness with their friends. Sessions will focus on ball handling skills, defensive positioning, passing and shooting, 1v1 concepts, and small game play. All skill sessions and games will be played in the Waughtel-Howe Field House, which is home to the Lady Quakers. Girls will learn basketball in a fun and supportive environment, develop their leadership abilities, and learn how to give their best for the good of the team. Campers may join other MB camps in the afternoon but must register separately.

Cost

Erika Paiva

Erika is the Girls’ Basketball Camp Director and Girls’ Basketball Coach at Moses Brown School. A former Division II collegiate athlete in both basketball and soccer, she is entering her second year as the head coach of the girls’ varsity basketball team, following five years with the program as an assistant coach to long-time legendary coach Laurie Center. Erika helped lead the Quakers to a Division II State Championship in 2016 and a Rhode Island State Championship in 2018. During her time with the program, she has coached multiple All-State and AllAcademic student athletes including two-time Rhode Island Gatorade Player of the Year in 2017 and 2018, Oluchi Ezemma. In addition to coaching basketball, Erika is also the assistant coach to Eric Aaronian and the boys’ varsity soccer team at MB.

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Athletics

Lacrosse Grades 2–8

June 15–19 or July 27–31 Evening: 6–8 p.m. Full-day: 8:45 a.m.–3 p.m. Young players will have fun learning to pass, shoot and cradle the ball through tough defenders! They’ll learn about every phase of the game in an environment that is challenging and encouraging and which always insists on good sportsmanship. And with a game every day, they’ll get to try out what they’ve learned with their friends. The Boy’s and Girl’s camps run at the same time, focusing on their specific rules of the game (they do not play each other). Campers will also learn about wall-ball techniques and how to take care of their equipment. Our coaching staff includes Moses Brown lacrosse alumni, top coaches in the high school and college community, college players and special guest speakers. Our goal is to maintain a camper to staff ratio of 6:1. A reversible jersey will be provided for each camper.

Mike Fraioli

Mike is the Lacrosse Camp Director and head lacrosse coach at Moses Brown which has won two Division 1 State Championships under his leadership. Mike coached for many years at the college level, including Brown University, Hartwick College, and Dartmouth College. Originally from Annapolis, Maryland, Mike attended St. Mary’s College of Maryland where he was captain for their lacrosse program.

Cost Evening

June 15–19

$150

Full-day

July 27–31

$450

Sibling Discount

For siblings attending same camp/same week $10 evening session, $25 day session (does not apply to first camper)

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Soccer Athletics Ages Ages5-14 4–15

June 15–August 11–August 37, Weekly Sessions Full-day: 8:45 a.m.–3 p.m. Half-day: 8:45–11:30 a.m. Tournament Week: August 3–7, 8:45–11:30 a.m. Moses Brown partners with Proactive Soccer to offer a challenging, fun environment in which players enhance their soccer skills. Coach Paul Janaway directs the Soccer Camp, which is a serious endeavor with coaches expecting full attention and effort. The camp is always a tremendous amount of fun. The program remains a favorite among parents and children because of Paul’s inspirational, encouraging and educational coaching style. The clinics emphasize developing individual skills for competitive play. Players, grouped by age and skill, gain a better understanding of the game, sharpen skills, strengthen tactical awareness and improve fitness. Campers may choose to attend full or half days (8:45 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. or 3:00 p.m.) from June 15 through July 31. In addition there is Tournament Week held August 3-7 half days from 8:45 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (the 4–5 year old group will also run this week, but separately). This week is ideally suited for children that have already played town/recreational soccer or above that standard. We do not coach techniques this week but get everyone to enjoy scrimmaging together. Players who attend half days may join other MB camps in the afternoons, but must register separately.

Paul Janaway

Camp Director Paul is a fully qualified European licensed coach. He played semi-professionally and managed senior clubs in England for 21 seasons. He has coached many teams in Rhode Island over the last 19 years, winning cups and leagues with various teams. During the school year, he teaches physical education at Henry Barnard School in Providence.

Cost Full-day

$295/week

Half-day

$195/week

8 Weekly Sessions Tournament Week 20

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$195


Athletics

Soccer: Goalkeeping Ages 10–17, co-ed

June 13–17 or June 27–31 Evenings: 5–7:00 p.m. Coach Jeff Causey comes to MB plus with a vast experience of Goalkeeping playing and coaching. He has USSF coaching licenses and over 20 years of experience coaching local goalkeepers. He played for DC United, New England Revolution and spent time at Manchester City FC in England. The Soccer Goalkeeping participants will focus on sharpening and developing their techniques and skills. This will include shot stopping, crossing, positioning , kicking and throwing. This is a high-quality camp for goalkeepers who are keen on developing their techniques and skills for the fall season.

Jeff Causey

Jeff is a retired American soccer goalkeeper who spent six seasons in Major League Soccer playing for New England Revolution and DC United. He later served as an assistant coach at the collegiate and professional levels. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Proactive Soccer goalkeeping camp.

Cost Evenings $120

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High School Soccer Prep Athletics Ages 14–17

July 27–August 7 Evenings: 5:30–7 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays only This program is for boys or girls in or entering high school who wish to prepare for varsity tryouts. High School Soccer Prep develops the knowledge and skills necessary to help players continue training on their own. They’ll focus on technical skills, speed of play, and elements of quickness and agility for their upcoming season.

Eric Aaronian

Eric Aaronian has been the head boy’s varsity soccer coach since 2009 and teaches biology in the upper school as well as serving as the science department chair at MB. He has taught and coached at a variety of high schools and colleges around the country, and holds a National Diploma from the NSCAA. His teams have won the last three regular season championships, advanced to the DII state championship game in each of those years, winning the last two. Eric was named RISCA DII Coach of the Year in 2011, 2015 and 2016, and NSCAA R.I. Private Coach of the Year in 2015, 2016 and 2017. In addition, the MB boys team has been awarded the RISCA Sportsmanship Award every year since 2010!

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Athletics

Squash

Ages 8–18

June 15–August 7, Weekly Sessions Half-Day: 8:45–11:30 a.m. No camp June 29–July 3 Led by six-time Irish National Champion Arthur Gaskin, this fun learning environment will improve the squash skills of beginners and advanced players alike. From basic topics like grip to advanced game strategies, each day has a different theme which is practiced, coached, applied in conditioned situations, and ultimately in match play. Players will be grouped by age and skill level to maximize their growth throughout the week. Campers may join other MB camps in the afternoon, but must register separately.

Arthur Gaskin

Current Irish #1 and 6-time National Champion, Arthur reached a career high No. 80 in the PSA world ranking while a professional squash player. Arthur has coached national champions in Ireland, England and the U.S., including a U.S. Junior Open Champion, as well as several players currently playing for their teams in the Ivy Leagues. Arthur is now the Director of Squash for the Nicol Squash Club and Nicol Champions Academy in Providence, and will be assisted by the former state champion, Pete Avitable.

Cost Half-day

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Tennis Athletics Ages 4-1/2–14

June 15–August 14, Weekly Sessions Half-day: 8:45 a.m.–12 p.m. Players ages 4-1/2 –14 can learn the basics of the game—or advanced techniques—in half-day sessions. Young players learn best when the emphasis is on fun, and enjoy high-energy games, stroke production, movement, footwork and match strategy. No two days are alike! On rainy days, participants will play on an indoor court. Camp begins at 8:45 a.m. and ends at 12:00 p.m. (11:40 a.m. for campers enrolled in a different afternoon camp). At the end of the week, players receive feedback emphasizing positive growth and noting areas needing improvement. Players may join other MB camps in the afternoons, but must register separately.

Sedge Gray

Sedge returns as Director of the Moses Brown Tennis Camp. He has been teaching and coaching tennis in New England for the past 37 years. He has coached at both Brown University and Davidson College, and is currently the Head Tennis Professional at Fore Court Racket and Fitness in Cumberland. Sedge is a 1986 graduate of Davidson College, where he captained the team in his final two years. An 11-time champion in the open division in New England, Sedge has also been national champion in the 40+ division.

Cost Half-day $225 per week

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Athletics

Track & Field Ages Ages 7–13 5-14

June 15–19, July 6–10, July 20–24, Aug. 3–7 Weekly Sessions Half-day: 8:45–11:30 a.m. Moses Brown partners with Proactive Inc. to bring children of all ages and levels of ability a great track and field experience. This camp is mainly introductory and gets campers to experience a variety of events. In a fun and educational setting, campers learn the dynamics of track and field from college athletes and coaches. All coaches at Proactive Inc. recognize the importance of educating children while enhancing athletic performance. Each day, campers learn healthy, correct stretching and warmup techniques. During morning track exercises, campers choose to participate in the 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, or hurdle events. During afternoon field exercises, children explore long jump, triple jump, high jump, and throwing events.

Paul Janaway

Camp Director Paul is a fully qualified European licensed coach. He played semi-professionally and managed senior clubs in England for 21 seasons. He has coached many teams in Rhode Island over the last 19 years, winning cups and leagues with various teams. During the school year, he teaches physical education at Henry Barnard School in Providence

At the beginning of the week, coaches evaluate campers on a national standard age-related performance chart. By the end of the session, campers will receive a progress report noting improvement in their chosen events. Children who attend half days may join other MB camps in the afternoons, but must register separately.

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About MB Camps MB Camps

Founded in 1784, the historic Moses Brown School is known for nurturing the unique talents and attributes of children, urging them on toward new levels of self-discovery and achievement, and always insisting on a rigorous commitment to integrity. The school honors and upholds Quaker practices and values, while also embracing students of every faith and background. Families are encouraged to learn more about the school by visiting mosesbrown.org or facebook.com/mosesbrownschool. Located in the center of Providence, Moses Brown’s 33-acre campus is a lush and green oasis. Children enjoy the use of all facilities, including the state-of-the-art artificial turf field, soccer field, softball diamond, woodshop, ceramic studio, computer labs, Y-Lab, and performance halls. Moses Brown has offered rewarding and exciting summer programs for more than 50 years. Moses Brown is a Quaker school, and many of the traditions and values that are a part of the Friends’ philosophy find expression in our camps. All camp programs work with the basic belief that everyone matters and has something to offer, silence matters and truth matters. Reflection and consensus are important, simplicity is valued, and differences and diversity are celebrated. Our campers hail from a variety of places, with the majority coming from surrounding communities in Rhode Island and southeastern New England. We also have welcomed campers from across the country, and from as far away as Austria, China, the Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and Venezuela.

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Additional Information

Busing, Extended Day and Lunch Due to varying school district schedules, busing is available from June 22–August 7 from Barrington and Southeastern Rhode Island. You may register for the bus online along with your camp reservation. Moses Brown will provide supervision on every bus, but NOT at every bus stop. Parents/guardians are expected to supervise their children until they board the bus. Busing is a weekly service, and we do not pro-rate for unused days. $35 per camper each way. Extended Daycare is available June 15–August 7 from 7:30–8:45 a.m. ($45/week) and 3:00–5:30 p.m. ($65/week). Fees will be billed through your online account. A fee will be imposed for the late pick-up of any child. Extended Day is a weekly service, and we do not pro-rate for unused days. Campers may bring lunch or purchase our weekly lunch option for $30. A fresh, wholesome and delicious weekly lunch option is served Monday–Friday. (Vegetarian options available.) Lunches are tree-nut free. We do not pro-rate for unused days. Early RISErs does not participate in our lunch program. For more information, pricing, and schedules, please visit camps.mosesbrown.org.

Discounts Built-In MultiWeek Discounts

RISE and Early RISErs camps only—built-in multi-week discounts for RISE and Early RISErs are listed in the catalog on the appropriate pages. Starting at week three, the more weeks registered, the less it costs!

Early Bird Discount

RISE and Early RISErs camps only; for campers with registrations received by April 6, 2020—$10/week full-day, $5/week half-day.

Sibling Discount

RISE and Early RISErs camps only; for siblings attending any of the three camps for the same number of weeks—$10/week full-day, $5/week half-day (does not apply to the first camper).

Chess Camp

$50 Early Bird Discount with a full-day registration before May 15, 2020.

Lacrosse Camp

Discount for siblings attending the SAME camp for the SAME week—$10 evening/$25 day. Discount not applicable to first camper for Competitive High School Lacrosse camp.

MB Faculty/Staff

25% for RISE and Early RISErs; 20% for all other camps—available by contacting Auxiliary Services before registration.

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