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Camp Information Rules AND Policies All campers enrolled in Southridge Summer Camps agree to abide by all rules, regulations and standards of conduct required by the staff of the camps, for the enjoyments and benefit of ALL participants. Campers whose conduct is disruptive or otherwise not acceptable, may be asked to leave. Parents or guardians must sign an informed consent form for those camps that are held in part or in full, off the premises.

1. ON-LINE www.southridge.bc.ca

and recreational opportunities for all students ages 4 - 16

• Quick and easy registration • Secure on-line payment with Visa or Mastercard • Confirmations sent within 24 hours when e-mail address provided. • To make changes please call: (604) 542.5385

We Strive • to offer a safe and nurturing environment • to deliver an exciting, memorable summer

POSSIBLE CHANGES AND CANCELLATIONS Southridge School reserves the right to limit the number of students and change instructors where necessary. Southridge reserves the right to adjust camp content if deemed necessary. Southridge also reserves the right to cancel camps due to insufficient enrollment or unavailability of instructors. If this situation arises, camps will be cancelled by the previous Monday by 3:30 pm one week before the start date of the camp and every effort will be made to find a suitable substitute camp. If a suitable substitute camp cannot be made, then all fees for the cancelled camp will be refunded.

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experience in an atmosphere of energy, purpose, creativity and innovation

• Please make all cheques payable to Southridge School. We are unable to accept post dated cheques.

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Once registration has been processed (whether on-line or through our office), transfers between camps can be made free of charge until June 17th. After June 17th all transfers (for any reason other than a transfer as a result of a camp cancellation) will be subject to a $25 service charge. Transfers cannot be done on-line and must be made through the Summer Camp office. Please call Lisa Boudot at 604-542-2303. Transfers can only be made up to one week before the commencement of a camp, provided there is sufficient room in the preferred camp.

3. FAX (604) 535.3676 Confirmations sent within 24 hours when e-mail

• in the values of truth, tolerance, respect and

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compassion consistent with the mission of Southridge School • self-confidence, self-esteem and new friendships are benefits of camp attendance • the arts, physical activity, academics and community service develop well-rounded citizens

• Registration CANNOT be taken over the phone. RECEIPTS Camps are tax deductible under child care.

REFUND POLICY Please request any refund in writing at least 14 days before the commencement of the camp. There are no refunds within the two week period before the first day of the camp. There will be a $25 administration charge per camp for refund application.

Info LinE: (604) 542.5385 We are unable to accept registrations over the phone.

CAMPER Registration: Please complete one registration form for each child.

E-mail inquiries: summercampinfo@southridge.bc.ca

All camps are Monday to Friday 9:00am - 3:30pm unless stated otherwise

Bring your own bag lunch, snack and refreshments. For outdoor camps please bring sunscreen and a hat.

Please arrive 15 minutes early on the first day.

Camper Information • Bring a bag lunch, snack and refreshments. • Bring a hat and sunscreen as campers will be outside at some point. • Arrive 15 minutes early on the first day. • Informed consent forms must be signed by a parent or guardian for those camps being held in part or in full away from school premises. • Campers must be picked up promptly at 3:30 unless they are registered for after camp supervision.

SOUTHRIDGE SUMMER CAMP LOCATION 2656 160th Street, Surrey, BC V3S 0B7

T 604 535 5056

www.southridge.bc.ca

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WAIVER: I hereby authorize my child to attend and participate in a camp(s) at Southridge School. I know of no mental or physical problems which may affect my child’s ability to participate safely in the camp. I consent to such medical treatment of my child, in the event of emergency, as the attending physician may advise. I will be responsible for any medical or other charges in connection with his/her treatment or attendance at the camp. I acknowledge that the camp has the right to deny admission or dismiss any participant from the camp. I, the undersigned, am aware that there is a certain risk of injury involved in my child’s participation in an activity, and by signing this document, I waive and release any and all right and claim for any damages of any sort or any other claim or remedy of any sort I may have against Southridge School, its directors, officers and staff, in connection with my child’s participation in the camp. My child and I agree that any pictures and video taken by the camp can be used in any promotion or advertisement for the camps. By signing below, my child and I agree to abide by all the rules, regulations, financial policies and standards of conduct as described in the Southridge Summer Camps brochure and registration form.

I have read and understand the RULES & POLICIES on CHANGES, CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS.

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“Thank you for opening up the school over the summer to all the children in the community. It was great to experience the Southridge culture and values firsthand. Well done!”

Week 3 July 15 - 19

Week 4 July 22 - 26

“Top camps in the city!”

“The best camp that White “Fun and challenging, Rock/South Surrey offers. well run with great They have the best teachers leaders and and fun, informative days!” volunteers.” “Good value, engaging, fun, educational – an all around great experience for kids.”

“It’s awesome!

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Week 2 July 8 - 12

Professionally operated, well planned, age appropriate, enjoyable and worth the value.”

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Week 1 July 1 - 5

DayCamps

“I would highly recommend the camps because Southridge is a wonderful place full of nice people and the best place for kids to enjoy their summer and learn at the same time.”

Mail-In Registration 2013

To be processed, each application must be dated, completed, and signed by the child’s parent or legal guardian.

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Everyone Welcome!

• qualified, dedicated teachers and instructors • first-class facilities and equipment • a commitment to offer outstanding educational

“I have found the Southridge Summer Camps to be well organized and beyond expectations! They are very good value.”

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Register online at www.southridge.bc.ca | 2656 160 St., Surrey, BC | Info Line 604.542.5385


Free Camp T-Shirt provided for all campers!

week 1 july 1-5

this camp qualifIES for the child FITNESS tax credit.

9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

KICKSTART TO KINDERGARTEN: AROUND THE WORLD F101 Age 5 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Looking for a fun, active, hands-on, curriculum based summer camp that will help prepare your little one for Kindergarten? Learn all about our wonderful world and its continents as we travel to a new place every day and get ready for kindergarten! Our morning will focus on oral language development, social skills, phonemic awareness and numeracy development through music, cooperative games and daily calendar fun. Afternoons will consist of daily crafts, painting, centres and story time. We will head outside to play with sidewalk chalk, paints, and our water table and just have some free time fun; so pack bathing suits, towel and sunscreen. Join us for this week only or for all three weeks of this Kickstart to Kindergarten Camp. This camp is sure to be packed with summer time fun, friendships and fabulous times! A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Katie Reid - Southridge School

DISCOVER PLANET EARTH F103 Ages 5 - 7 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Discover the incredible way our world works as an alien guest scientist from Planet X. On a one-week journey to Earth you will discover the amazing features through exciting hands-on experiments. You will build a mini-volcano and make it erupt, grow crystals and see how icicles are made. Build a lava lamp and watch the battle between oil and water, and make “oobleck”, a cool substance that has both solid and liquid properties! You will participate in Alien Olympics and “Earth walks” to collect data about our fascinating planet. To round off your alien journey you will collect stamps in your Alien Passport. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Allison Frers - Vancouver School District 10, 9, 8 ... BLAST OFF F104 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Buckle in and blast off with the Southridge Space program! Build your own space craft and use it to defy gravity. Create your very own solar system, make a 3D mobile of the galaxy, sculpt alien life forms and stretch your imagination inventing your very own “Space Race” board game. Explore the fascinating world of outer space through these and many more fun, hands-on activities. This camp is brimming with exploration, discovery, and cross-curricular studies such as: physical education (tag games); math (calculating distances etc); science (making star charts/ constellations, meteors, objects that fly vs. hover etc); art (sculpting, drawing, making 3D mobile); and literature (poetry, fiction, non-fiction, creative writing). This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Victoria Vaillancourt - Surrey School District AROUND THE WORLD IN 5 DAYS! F105 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Get your passport ready! Join us as we explore the globe, learning about different cultures and what it’s like to live and play in distant lands. We will visit China, Japan, Mexico, Australia and North America (North West Coast Native groups). This journey will incorporate geography, language, cultural activities, games and diversity with active, fun arts and crafts and academic tasks. Try sand painting, breaking a piñata, Chinese calligraphy, making a didgeridoo and more fun activities from around the world as we celebrate the nations and what makes each place around the world unique. This is a trip you won’t want to miss. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Ana Candido - Iqra Islamic School JUNIOR ART CAMP F106 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Move over Van Gogh! Junior Art Camp at Southridge is where campers will discover, experiment with and express their artistic talents in new ways. Participants will enjoy working with all kinds of art materials including clay, papier-mâché, pastels, paints, found objects, food colouring and more. On the final day of camp, treat the public to a display of your masterpieces. Our focus is on self-expression; not on having things “perfect”. Be prepared to get dirty so bring a smock, your imagination and a sense of humor. All other supplies are included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Julia Bennett - Langley Fine Arts

week 4 july 22-26

this camp qualifIES for the child FITNESS tax credit.

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SPORTING GAMES AND MORE! F107 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Developing a lifelong passion for sport, recreation and physical activity, in a fun and safe environment, is what this sports camp is all about! Participants will increase their overall level of physical fitness while building strong leadership skills. Our activities cater to the individual level and interests of the group. Campers will participate in a wide variety of different sports including: soccer, volleyball, badminton, basketball, floor hockey, ultimate frisbee, California kickball (soccer baseball), European handball, dodge ball and other fun and interactive games. In between the action, participants will be taught how to make lifestyle choices that promote nutrition, health and fitness for life attitude. Participants must wear running shoes, bring extra water/juice and pack a healthy lunch that will fuel their bodies for the day’s activities. This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Danielle Fera - Core Education & Fine Arts Jr. Kindergarten READERS’ THEATRE F108 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $225 This exciting camp is designed to help children improve their communication skills through the dramatization of familiar stories. Campers will be engaged in both body and mind as they work to memorize scripts and communicate ideas. Each class will include warm up exercises which incorporate language and movement. Following the warm up, students will hear a story to which they must respond dramatically. Responses will require students to write scripts, rehearse lines and perform for an audience. Daily, movement exercises will help students build self-confidence, while encouraging them to consider posture and proximity when performing. Cooperation will also be enhanced in this camp through team building activities. This is a great opportunity to make friends, have fun and develop language proficiency! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Michelle Gill - Harry Sayers Elementary

BUGS, BUGS, BUGS! F102 Ages 5 - 6 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Have you ever had a butterfly land on your finger? Or a grasshopper jump on your lap? Join us in discovering the wonderful world of insects, spiders and other crawly critters. Using kinesthetic, visual and auditory activities, campers will practice and gain confidence in the following: math skills (addition, subtraction, graphing, sorting, counting), language skills (singing, oral speaking), reading, writing, and fine and large motor skills. Each day will include cooperative physical and social activities such as parachute games, scoops, building blocks, blowing bubbles, imaginary play, catch and much more. Campers should bring a change of clothes, bathing suit and towel each day. Come prepared to meet ‘new creatures’ and make new friends. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Carlie Oyenhart (Painter) - Riverdale Elementary

Free Camp T-Shirt provided for all campers!

DISCOVER NATURE! F109 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Get on board for an exciting opportunity to explore the fascinating facts and extraordinary variety that Mother Nature has to offer. Campers will enjoy numerous engaging activities including outdoor scavenger hunts, games, and field trips designed to heighten their curiosity and enthusiasm for their surroundings. Their creative side will have the chance to shine with a variety of hands-on, colourful crafts using materials personally selected during their explorations. Each day will include a story-time that focuses on the world’s creation, myths and legends, furthering the campers’ appreciation of the many connections between them and their natural world. No boring stories here! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Molly Elliott - Delta School District BE A BUILDER! F110 Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Have you ever wondered how Science World was built? Over the course of the week, you will build your very own town, using mapping skills with the cardinal directions: north, east, south and west. You will put on your civil engineer hats and design roads, parks, buildings, bridges, houses, landscapes and more. Using a project board, you will use flat and 3-D shapes to design, colour, cut and build original 3-D buildings with a variety of materials and shapes at your disposal. Imagination and creativity are your tools as you build your very own 3-D town. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Greg Batt - Harry Sayers Elementary

FOR BODY! FOR MIND! FOR FUN! F111 Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Developing a lifelong passion for sport, recreation and physical activity is what this sports camp is all about! Increase your overall level of physical fitness and learn to make healthy lifestyle choices that promote nutrition and athletic potential all while building strong leadership skills. Activities cater to the individual level and interests of each group. Participate in a wide variety of sports including: floor hockey, basketball, volleyball, badminton, introductory touch rugby, ultimate frisbee, frisbee golf, California kickball, cricket, soccer, capture the flag and dodge ball. Campers will also participate in a variety of interactive math games and activities including the famed Measurement Olympics with the strength of your geometric shapes tested in a tower building competition. Activities are designed to challenge the mind and expand the understanding of mathematical concepts using playing cards, tangrams and several other interesting materials. Participants must wear running shoes and bring extra water or juice. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Chris VanDerWaarde - Harry Sayers Elementary GIRLS RULE! F112 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 We all have our own individual power to make a change in the world through our belief in ourselves and our interaction with others. This camp is designed to address the issues of your development as a girl and provide you with the skills to make positive change in your life and the lives of those around you. You will have a chance to work on team building and leadership skills while playing cooperative games and sports! You will also understand and gain control of your self esteem, self respect, self awareness and be a well adjusted community member. You will become an active participant in your development of skills that will help you effectively deal with the demands that society, media and peers place on you. The camp includes yoga and relaxation, art therapy, problem solving and conflict resolution, as well as team building activities and sports. As well, nutrition, healthy lifestyle, positive body image and socialization skills will round out the many things you can take away from this camp. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Ira Alexandra - Southridge School

DISCOVER PLANET EARTH R408 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Discover the incredible way our world works as an alien guest scientist from Planet X. On a one-week journey to Earth you will discover the amazing features through exciting hands-on experiments. You will build a minivolcano, grow crystals, build a lava lamp and watch the battle between oil and water, and make “oobleck”, a cool substance that has both solid and liquid properties! To round off your alien journey you will collect stamps in your Alien Passport. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor - Michelle Gill - Harry Sayers Elementary

“BEHIND THE SCENES” ART CAMP! F113 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Have you ever wondered how a stage set in a play or a scene in a movie can look so awesome? Join us in this week-long camp to find out. We will explore the exciting world of stagecraft through mask-making, prop construction, set design, scene painting, and more during our very “handson” adventure. Be prepared to get messy as you become a “Behind the Scenes” artist! In this camp you will learn papier-mâché, simple construction and mould-making techniques, as well as design and painting techniques. So if you want to know how to make paper look like metal, wood look like marble, and something new look a thousand years old… plus much more, don’t miss out; join us in “Behind the Scenes: Art Camp!” All supplies are included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Peter Sarganis - Langley Fine Arts STAR WARS SPACE CAMP F114 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 A Long Time Ago, In a Summer Camp Far, Far Away! Welcome to Star Wars Space Camp, where enthusiasts will learn about the Star Wars galaxy and our own galaxy! Campers will choose to be with the Jedi or Sith and create their own Star Wars characters. We will also explore movie special effects and learn how certain scenes from the movies were created. Prepare to be “living” in the Star Wars Universe as we discover our own universe, and learn about planets, stars, moons, nebulas and comets. The camp will incorporate elements of reading, writing, science and technology, but most of all we will have FUN, exploring the amazing world of Star Wars through games and engaging projects! Campers will need to bring a digital camera that can film one to two minutes of video, for one to two days of the camp. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Dan Gardner - Holly Elementary DIFFERENT DAY, DIFFERENT DIRECTION F115 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $325 Are you ready to soak up the summer rays with some amazing and awesome adventures? Each day you’ll head off in a different direction; starting Monday you’ll be hiking and exploring Lynn Valley and visiting the suspension bridges with lunch by the river pools. On Tuesday you’ll head off in a different direction for a wet and wild day at Splashdown Park. Wednesday you’ll enjoy the hands-on exhibits at Science World, and Thursday you’ll head off for a game of bowling in the morning, followed by riding the wet and wild waves at Watermania in Richmond. Wrap up this amazing week of fun and learning by heading off to Playland on Friday for a full day of fun. All admissions are included. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: James Porpaczy - Southridge School HANDS ON ROBOTICS - NXT F116 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $285 If you like solving practical problems and have an interest in the way machines or robots work, this camp is for you! Using Lego’s cutting edge NXT Mindstorms technology, participants will explore the fundamental principles of mechanics, design and programming. Campers will become familiar with input devices such as touch, light, rotation and ultrasonic sensors along with output devices such as motors, sound and lights. They will attempt to meet a daily challenge in which they will build, analyze and program a robot individually to meet the challenge. Use of Southridge Lego NXT kits is included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Paul Kang - Cornerstone Montessori

FUTURE STARS GIRLS BASKETBALL F117 Ages 10 - 14 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Calling all future GIRL basketball stars! If you are passionate about the game of basketball and want to develop your skills to become the best player possible in a positive and fun learning environment then this is the camp for you! Campers will work on shooting, passing and ball handling techniques daily, while learning positional play, transitional play and tips to become a top notch offensive and defensive player. Dynamic warm ups and core conditioning will be taught so you will be able to move quickly, jump higher and beat your defender more effectively. Coach Kristin Hazzard played three varsity sports in university, including basketball, where she was an Academic All Canadian and team MVP. She currently is the Head of the Girls Basketball program at Tamanawis Secondary School in Surrey and has experienced great success as a coach. A variety of different games will be used to teach the different skills and concepts, which makes this camp so much fun! This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Kristin Hazzard - Tamanawis Secondary

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to play Quidditch, learn about the owl post as well as learn the secrets of the Marauder’s Map. Use your imagination to experience a week visiting Hogwarts - where anything can happen. To end this magical camp, compete for the house cup and see who wins at the “end of camp” feast! So don’t be a muggle - grab your courage and sense of adventure and join us as we dabble in the wonderful world of Harry Potter. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Amanda Schaufele - Lena Shaw Elementary

BASKETBALL and MIND GAMES R409 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $225 In the morning players head to the courts! This action-packed camp is for aspiring basketball players who want to learn more about the great game of basketball from a high level experienced coach. Building on fundamental skills, players will be coached and inspired to raise their game to the next level. Players will be coached in: • “five on five” games • special situation settings • performance skill sessions • team-building exercises Stand out play develops from the mastery of fundamental skills, so Coach Anderson will emphasize the physical, technical, tactical and mental aspects of the game. Confidence on and off the court will be developed through a good understanding of the game, positive relationships created with fellow players and the setting of attainable goals. In the afternoon, players will work on interactive math projects that combine basic math concepts, higher order thinking skills and hands-on fun. They will practise applying their math skills by solving a variety of challenging word problems, puzzles and math/logic games. Instructor: Steve Anderson - Southridge School Instructor: Nicole Johnson - Betty Gilbert Middle School BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL R410 Half Day (9 am to Noon) $145 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) This five day, action-packed camp is for aspiring boy and girl players who want to learn more about the great game of basketball from a high level experienced coach. Building on fundamental skills, players will be coached and inspired to raise their game to the next level. Players will be coached in: • “five on five” games • special situation settings • performance skill sessions • team-building exercises Stand out play develops from the mastery of fundamental skills, so Coach Anderson will emphasize the physical, technical, tactical and mental aspects of the game. Confidence on and off the court will be developed through a good understanding of the game, positive relationships created with fellow players and the setting of attainable goals. Instructor: Steve Anderson - Southridge School INSIDE, OUTSIDE FUN R411 Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $225 If you like to play outdoor games, create, draw, paint and act, then this camp is one you don’t want to miss! Campers will have fun exploring their creative side while using different hands-on materials that include clay, paint, pastels and more! Drama games and activities will keep campers moving indoors, while exciting games such as Frisbee Golf, California Kickball and Capture the Flag will be sure to provide plenty of outdoor recreation! This camp explores campers’ creative and fun sides. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Greg Batt - Harry Sayers Elementary THE SCIENCE OF SENSES R412 Ages: 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $225 This ‘hands-on’ science camp is designed for fun and learning. This is science that you can see, smell, hear, touch and taste! Yes - taste! We’ll bake cookies and make homemade ice cream in a bag. Campers will conduct scientific experiments which allow them to explore their senses through play, arts and crafts. Each day, students will focus on a different sensory organ. Join us, as we create optical illusions, make stink bombs and design experimental models. Many of our activities will highlight similarities and differences between human and animal senses. Students will take home something new to share each day. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Victoria Vaillancourt - Surrey School District SURVIVOR SOUTHRIDGE R413 Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Do you have what it takes to Outwit-Outlast-Outplay? Find out at Survivor Southridge during this exhilarating week where you will bond with your fellow tribe members while learning basic survival skills and participating in various daily reward challenges like building a perfect campfire, tent assembly race and an outdoor scavenger hunt. Assemble your own survival kit, design a tribal bandana, learn vital survival skills and create friendships to last a lifetime. On Friday campers will hike through Campbell Valley Park and use skills they have learned throughout the week. Come learn and play in the best classroom of all… the outdoors! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Chris VanDerWaarde - Harry Sayers Elementary

“My daughter absolutely loved the camp and instructor and was excited to go each and every day.” HOGWARTS ACADEMY AWAITS R414 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $250 Toot! Toot! All aboard! It’s time to travel to the Land of Enchantment featuring Harry Potter. Whimsical Instructor, Head Mistress Schaufele, takes you on an enchanting journey into a land of wizards, magic and fun. Experience a house-sorting ceremony followed by fun-filled days where you will learn magic spells using everyday items, and enter a magical dueling tournament. Campers will learn about the care of magical creatures, create their own wands and capes, create enchanting pieces of art, learn how

BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL R419 Half Day (12:30 pm to 3:30 pm) Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $145 This five day, action-packed camp is for aspiring basketball players who want to learn more about the great game of basketball from a high level experienced coach. Building on fundamental skills, players will be coached and inspired to raise their game to the next level. Players will be coached in: • “five on five” games • special situation settings • performance skill sessions • team-building exercises Stand out play develops from the mastery of fundamental skills, so Coach Anderson will emphasize the physical, technical, tactical and mental aspects of the game. Confidence on and off the court will be developed through a good understanding of the game, positive relationships created with fellow players and the setting of attainable goals. Instructor: Steve Anderson - Southridge School SURVIVOR SOUTHRIDGE R420 Ages 11 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Do you have what it takes to Outwit-Outlast-Outplay? Find out at Survivor Southridge during this exhilarating week where you will bond with your fellow tribe members while learning basic survival skills and participating in various daily reward challenges like building a perfect campfire, a tent assembly race and an outdoor scavenger hunt. Assemble your own survival kit, design a tribal bandana, learn vital survival skills and create friendships to last a lifetime. On Friday campers will hike through Campbell Valley Park and use skills they have learned throughout the week. Come learn and play in the best classroom of all… the outdoors! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Dan Gardner - Holly Elementary

SOUTHRIDGE IDOL R415 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Do you have “two feet and a heartbeat”? That’s all it takes to participate in our high energy, fun filled dance camp! Each day we’ll listen to songs that you love and learn new hip-hop and jazz dance steps so you can dance just like your favourite pop star! We’ll have a blast exploring movement, pop culture and different forms of dance. No previous dance experience is required. On the final day, you can dress like your favourite pop star and get ready to perform with your fellow campers! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Karyn Harker - Southridge Teacher-on-call

ADVANCED HANDS ON ROBOTICS - NXT R421 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $285 In the Robotics NXT advanced camp, the campers will take their knowledge of robot building and programming to the next level! They will be engaged in problem solving tasks using Lego NXT Mindstorms robots and programming software. The students will be also introduced to a variety of advanced robot designs, programming, and opportunities to improve their skills. This advanced camp will allow the campers to use existing knowledge from the beginner levels to explore more complicated robot behaviour and programming techniques. Each day the campers will participate in the mini league that challenges their programming and design skills. Use of Southridge Lego NXT kits is included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks and sports play. Previous experience with the LEGO Mindstorms program and the knowledge of how motors, gears, wheels and axles work is essential to enjoy this camp and can be gained in camps F116, S218, T318. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Paul Kang - Cornerstone Montessori

LEARNING TO LEAD R416 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 A journey of 1,000 miles begins with a single step OR with this very special day camp experience! Learning to Lead is for young people interested in building a deeper understanding of themselves and making meaningful connections with others. Students will participate in a variety of dynamic activities designed to increase self-esteem, build relationships and stimulate thoughtful discussion around the topics of leadership, compassion, self-knowledge, cooperation and friendship. Using a variety of interactive games, team challenges and a series of role-playing activities, students will practice conflict resolution, assertiveness skills and decision making. Campers will create a journal to chronicle their own personal growth throughout the week. Campers who choose this stimulating camp can expect activities that provide opportunities for observation, communication, reflection, creativity and movement. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Note: Due to the nature of this course an advanced-intermediate command of the English language is required. Instructor: Shannon Painter - Surrey School District PHYSICAL FUN: HIKING, BIKING, SWIMMING R417 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $285 Join us for a week of learning and physical fun while we hike, bike and swim around the Lower Mainland. Our week begins with a hike on 10 Vistas Trail at Buntzen Lake - the view is amazing! Tuesday it’s off to Teapot Mountain near Cultus Lake for swimming and hiking in a scenic setting. On Wednesday, campers will tackle the famous Grouse Grind and take in the view from the top. Thursday we will head off to Alouette Lake for a hike and some swimming. On Friday, we will start and end our bike trip at the trailhead (40th Ave) and head off to Centennial Beach in Tsawwassen for a day of biking by the sea. Campers must provide their own bicycles. Enjoy physical fun and exciting exploration during this busy week! This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Angela Berkley - Southridge School BASKETBALL and MIND GAMES R418 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $225 In the morning players will work on interactive math projects that combine basic math concepts, higher order thinking skills and hands-on fun. They will practice applying their math skills by solving a variety of challenging word problems, puzzles and math/logic games. In the afternoon players head to the courts! This action-packed camp is for aspiring basketball players who want to learn more about the great game of basketball from a high level experienced coach. Building on fundamental skills, players will be coached and inspired to raise their game to the next level. Players will be coached in: • “five on five” games • special situation settings • performance skill sessions • team-building exercises Stand out play develops from the mastery of fundamental skills, so Coach Anderson will emphasize the physical, technical, tactical and mental aspects of the game. Confidence on and off the court will be developed through a good understanding of the game, positive relationships created with fellow players and the setting of attainable goals. Instructor: Steve Anderson - Southridge School Instructor: Nicole Johnson - Betty Gilbert Middle School

GRAPHIC NOVELS R422 Ages 11 - 14 (as of 12/31/13) $285 With titles like Bone building an increasing presence in school libraries, bookstores, and even classrooms, graphic novels are not your Grandfather’s comic book. Academics, school librarians, and literary critics recognize this genre as an engaging mix of art and literature that truly makes reading fun for young people. After a writing and design process, students will create their own short graphic novel by taking photographs, altering them in photoshop, and using a layout application to add dialogue and put their panels into graphic novel format. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Richard Kristen - Mulgrave School YOUNG SCIENTISTS R423 Ages 11 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Put on your scientist hat for a week of experiments, dissections, investigations and competitions as we learn about physics, chemistry and biology in a fun setting. This camp incorporates science magic, microscopes, demonstrations and observations as you discover why things work they way they do and what makes science so interesting. Each day you will focus on a different science and at the end of the week you will get out our trusty microscopes to discover the many micro-organisms you can find in pond water. On Thursday we will head off to the UBC Botanical Garden to experience first-hand their food and medicinal gardens as well as their tree top canopy. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Nicole Curtis - Bonaccord Elementary AFTER CAMP SUPERVISION R450 (3:30 - 5:00 pm) $50 This service is offered to our day campers only. We provide after camp supervision as an extended day option for all camps. Campers will be provided with low-key activities and some down time after a busy day. All campers will be required to be checked out by their parents by 5:00 p.m. This is a per week commitment.

Register online at www.southridge.bc.ca | 2656 160 St., Surrey, BC | Info Line 604.542.5385


Free Camp T-Shirt provided for all campers!

week 3 july 15-19

this camp qualifIES for the child FITNESS tax credit.

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READY, SET, SPEAK T313 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Do you ever get your words mixed up when you give a speech? Do you sometimes feel nervous or worry when you have to talk in front of a group of people? Ever wonder how actors and reporters seem so comfortable in front of the camera? This camp will teach you preparation and presentation skills that make public speaking easier and more enjoyable. Campers will come away feeling confident to participate in oral presentations, debates, speech contests or auditioning for the school play. Our program addresses all areas of performance including: projection, role-playing, analyzing, confidence, imitation and body language. Students will learn how to turn a pause into a punchline. By the end of the week center stage will feel like home. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Michelle Gill - Harry Sayers Elementary

ALL STAR SPORTS T314 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Developing a lifelong passion for sport, recreation and physical activity, in a fun and safe environment, is what this sports camp is all about! Participants will increase their overall level of physical fitness while building strong leadership skills. Our activities cater to the individual level and interests of each group. Campers will participate in a wide variety of different sports including: floor hockey, basketball, volleyball, badminton, introductory touch rugby, ultimate frisbee, frisbee golf, California kickball, cricket, soccer, capture the flag and dodge ball. In between the action, players will be taught how to make lifestyle choices that promote nutrition, health, fitness and athletic potential. Participants must wear running shoes and bring extra water or juice. This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Chris VanDerWaarde - Harry Sayers Elementary

HANDS ON ROBOTICS - NXT T318 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $285 If you like solving practical problems and have an interest in the way machines or robots work, this camp is for you! Using Lego’s cutting edge NXT Mindstorms technology, participants will explore the fundamental principles of mechanics, design and programming. Campers will become familiar with input devices such as touch, light, rotation and ultrasonic sensors along with output devices such as motors, sound and lights. They will attempt to meet a daily challenge in which they will build, analyze and program a robot individually to meet the challenge. Use of Southridge Lego NXT kits is included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Paul Kang - Cornerstone Montessori

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week 2 july 8-12

ONCE UPON A TIME R401 Ages 4 - 5 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Hear ye! Hear ye! Attention all little knights and princesses! By Royal Proclamation, you have all been invited to join us in a week of learning and fun. Enjoy practicing your beginner reading and writing skills while exploring the arts. In Drama, we will build castles, make costumes, role play and so much more. Through music, we will learn about letters, sounds and making words. We will dance and move in proper Royal fashion, using creative movement. We will also enjoy baking, crafting and cooperative play. This camp is designed to prepare children for full-time school, while having a blast. Students should wear play clothes and runners. On warm days, please bring a swim suit and towel. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Jennifer Cameron - Langley Fine Arts

CLAYMATION F118 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $260 Ever wonder how claymation movies like Chicken Run are made? Come and try your hand at claymation! After writing and designing unique stories, participants will sculpt clay figures, build sets and props, and animate their characters aided by computer technology. After an editing and post-production process, students will emerge with a completed animation product. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Chris Westendorf - Southridge School

KICKSTART TO KINDERGARTEN: UNDER THE SEA S201 Age 5 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Looking for a fun, active, hands-on, curriculum based summer camp that will help prepare your little one for Kindergarten? Come join your favourite under the sea friends for a fun and educational week. Our morning will focus on oral language development, social skills, phonemic awareness and numeracy development through music, cooperative games and daily calendar fun. Afternoons will consist of daily crafts, painting, centres and story time. We will head outside to play with sidewalk chalk, paints, and our water table and just have some free time fun, so pack bathing suits, towel and sunscreen. This camp is sure to be packed with summer time fun, friendships and fabulous times! A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Katie Reid - Southridge School

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LETTERLAND R402 Ages: 5 - 6 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Help your little one be more successful at school in September! Letterland Camp uses a variety of fun, interactive activities such as singing, dancing, art, early writing skills and exploring to help children become more familiar with their letters. This camp uses the Letterland program to further develop phonetic awareness, letter recognition and letter formation. Through hands on, engaging activities your child will make new friends, have fun and develop a solid foundation for a successful upcoming school year. Be prepared to spend time with some special characters such as Jumping Jim, Sammy Snake, Lucy Lamplight and many more. Campers please be sure to wear play clothes, runners and bring bathing suits for our afternoon water time. Look forward to an adventure filled week in Letterland! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Rachel Loewen - Matsqui Elementary YOUNG SCIENTISTS R403 Ages 5 - 7 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Grab hold of your natural curiosity, bring along your enthusiasm and get set to explore your everyday world! You’re invited to study different science topics, participate in fun and engaging hands-on activities, ask lots of questions, and share your own ideas and special perspectives about how the world works. This is a great opportunity for young children to learn about different scientific concepts by watching what is happening, guessing what might happen next, experimenting with different ideas and making new discoveries! For parents, it is a wonderful opportunity to help their children learn to think more critically and gain confidence in their own ability to solve problems. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Molly Elliott - Delta School District

PHYSICAL FUN: HIKING, BIKING, SWIMMING F119 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $285 Join us for a week of physical fun while we hike, bike and swim around the Lower Mainland. Our week begins with a hike on Seymour Mountain - lots of great trails here to explore. Tuesday it’s off to Teapot Mountain near Cultus Lake for swimming and hiking in a scenic setting. On Wednesday, campers will tackle the famous Grouse Grind and take in the view from the top. Thursday we will head off to Alouette Lake for a hike and some swimming. On Friday, we will start and end our bike trip at the trailhead (40th Ave) and head off to Centennial Beach in Tsawwassen for a day of biking by the sea. Enjoy physical fun with these exciting learning explorations during this busy week! Campers must provide their own bicycle. This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Tamara Pudlas - HD Stafford Middle School

“A safe environment, with well organized and varied subject matter – something to catch any child’s interest.” LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! T319 Ages 11 - 14 (as of 12/31/13) $260 Lights, camera, action! Here at “Hollywood South” campers will explore the movie-making process from start to finish. Campers will learn pre-production, production, and post-production techniques used by the pros as they work in teams to create movie magic! Moving through all of the creative stages, student teams will ultimately write and produce a short movie. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Richard Kristen - Mulgrave School

SO, DO YOU WANNA DANCE? T315 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Learn dance fundamentals in a fun and upbeat environment. You will develop a positive attitude towards the art of dance while learning to play with your own artistic and choreographic hidden talents. You will be introduced to various dance styles: Contemporary, Modern, Jazz, and Hip Hop and will be taught fun routines. This camp will also teach you about the importance of stretching and strengthening in order to practice safe and respectful practices during movement activities. You will not only increase your overall dance abilities and fitness, but you will leave this camp with a new appreciation for dance. There will be a showcase performance at the end of the week. A good understanding of English is necessary. No dance experience required. Instructor: Nicole Johnson - Betty Gilbert Middle School

BUMP, SET, SPIKE and SERVE! T320 Ages 11 - 14 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Strengthen your skills and make new friends in this girls-only volleyball camp that will focus on developing and improving your bumps, sets, spikes and serves. Participants will develop a positive attitude towards the great game of volleyball, become capable of playing every position on the court, and learn how to be a fantastic teamplayer while improving leadership qualities. All girls should bring their own water bottle and knee pads (as preferred). A good understanding of English is necessary. This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Calla Loewen - Southridge School AFTER CAMP SUPERVISION T350 (3:30 - 5:00 pm) $50 This service is offered to our day campers only. We provide after camp supervision as an extended day option for all camps. Campers will be provided with low-key activities and some down time after a busy day. All campers will be required to be checked out by their parents by 5:00 p.m. This is a per week commitment.

ALL STAR SPORTS R406 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Developing a lifelong passion for sport, recreation and physical activity, in a fun and safe environment, is what this sports camp is all about! Participants will increase their overall level of physical fitness while building strong leadership skills. Our activities cater to the individual level and interests of each group. Campers will participate in a wide variety of different sports including: floor hockey, basketball, volleyball, badminton, introductory touch rugby, ultimate frisbee, frisbee golf, California kickball, soccer, capture the flag and dodge ball. In between the action, players will be taught how to make lifestyle choices that promote nutrition, health, fitness and athletic potential. Participants must wear running shoes and bring extra water or juice. This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Kyle Anderson - HD Stafford Middle School EXPLORING WITH MAPS R407 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Are your kids little explorers? Are they good with directions? Can they read a map? Send them out to learn and explore through literacy, mapping, art and math. Skill enhancing activities include mapping, learning about compasses and how different equipment is used to locate various objects. Students will leave this week knowing general map symbols and how they relate to their community. Campers will apply their skills they learned throughout the week with an exciting Scavenger Hunt on the last day. Campers will enjoy a daily fitness break outdoors. Please wear runners and bring a change of clothes. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Sharon Sall - Surrey School District

Register online at www.southridge.bc.ca | 2656 160 St., Surrey, BC | Info Line 604.542.5385

YOUNG SCIENTISTS S202 Ages 5 - 6 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Grab hold of your natural curiosity, bring along your enthusiasm and get set to explore your everyday world! We will conduct experiments in a variety of different and exciting scientific fields such as nature (biology), mixtures (chemistry), and movement and force (physics). You’re invited to participate in fun and engaging hands-on activities, ask lots of questions, and share your own ideas and special perspectives about how the world works. This is a great opportunity for young campers to learn about different scientific concepts by watching what is happening, guessing what might happen next, experimenting with different ideas and making new discoveries! For parents, it is a wonderful opportunity to help their children learn to think more critically and gain confidence in their own ability to solve problems. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Allison Frers - Vancouver School District FUN TIME EXPLORERS S203 Ages 5 - 7 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Looking for an active, fun and safe environment for your little one this summer? This camp will have your child learning and not even know it! Skill enhancing activities include music, creative movement, role-playing, dress-up, co-operative games and science experiments. Campers will enjoy slip-n-sliding, making play dough creations, water fun and eating “worms in dirt”. Please wear play clothes and runners and bring a change of clothing, a swimsuit and a towel. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Carlie Oyenhart (Painter) - Riverdale Elementary

AFTER CAMP SUPERVISION F150 (3:30 - 5:00 pm) $50 This service is offered to our day campers only. We provide after camp supervision as an extended day option for all camps. Campers will be provided with low-key activities and some down time after a busy day. All campers will be required to be checked out by their parents by 5:00 p.m. This is a per week commitment.

ALL STAR SPORTS S206 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Developing a lifelong passion for sport, recreation and physical activity, in a fun and safe environment, is what this sports camp is all about! Participants will increase their overall level of physical fitness while building strong leadership skills. Our activities cater to the individual level and interests of each group. Campers will participate in a wide variety of different sports including: floor hockey, basketball, volleyball, badminton, introductory touch rugby, ultimate frisbee, frisbee golf, California kickball, soccer, capture the flag and dodge ball. In between the action, players will be taught how to make lifestyle choices that promote nutrition, health, fitness and athletic potential. Participants must wear running shoes and bring extra water or juice. This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Calla Loewen - Southridge School UNDERWATER ADVENTURE S207 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $225 What’s the largest salt water mammal? Does Ogopogo really exist? How deep is the deepest part of the ocean? Join us for a week of underwater adventure and dazzle your family with new facts when you go to the beach this summer!! We’ll turn our classroom into an underwater world, creating fresh and salt water themed art work and create a larger than life 3D aquatic species. Become a junior marine biologist and study oceans, lakes, rivers and the creatures that live within them. Discover what causes an oil spill and how it hurts seagulls, seals and other cute water animals. Learn about the largest garbage pile in the world: it’s in the ocean! Find out how scientists are trying to keep our waters clean and prevent oil spills and other environmental problems. On the last day, create your own new animal that could live in one of the underwater environments we’ve studied and tell your fellow campers all about it! This camp includes daily recreational breaks with water themed games inside and outside. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Victoria Vaillancourt - Surrey School District EXPLORING NATURE AND NUMBERS S208 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $225 This fun camp has a dual focus. First, we will explore the everyday nature and science that surrounds us through a discovery based approach to learning. Campers will uncover new understandings through interactive hands-on activities such as observations and a variety of experiments. The second focus will be to explore numbers and math concepts through playing games and literature. Campers will learn a variety of math games that will practice math skills while having fun. Math will be made fun with stories and games to play with friends and family! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Shannon Painter - Surrey School District NEW DAY, NEW DIRECTION S209 Ages 8 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $325 Are you ready for a new adventure every day? If so, hang on to your hat as we enjoy some sizzling summer fun! Monday we’ll explore “under the sea” at the Vancouver Aquarium with a stop at Lumberman’s Arch. On Tuesday, we’ll hit the wet and wild waves at Watermania in Richmond. On Wednesday we’ll begin the day by taking the False Creek Ferry from Science World over to the H.R.Macmillan Space Centre, where we will learn about the wonders of space, and include a bit of beach time at the end of the day. Thursday we’ll head off to Big Jim’s River Run at Splashdown Park. This amazing week will wrap up with a full day at Playland. All admissions are included. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Dan Gardner - Holly Elementary DIGITAL STORYTELLING S210 Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Digital Storytelling is a known art form of personal, heartfelt expression. Storytellers explore their personal ideas, and discover their artistic creativity while creating short stories. Digital stories will contain a mix of images, text, and recorded narration. Topics range from personal tales to recounting historical events, exploring life in one’s community and family and much more. Campers will have fun being creative, playing games and meeting new friends. Camera is necessary. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Michelle Gill - Harry Sayers Elementary

“Great way to keep a youngster active while on vacation. Awesome!” SCIENCE LABORATORY F120 Ages 11 - 14 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Campers will have lots of fun working on challenging laboratory experiments while learning the basics of science. You will experience firsthand a high school science lab as you conduct an indirect test for metabolism on yeast to find out if yeast can use energy. Become junior engineers with tough challenges that combine motor skills with critical thinking. You will create your own pH indicator, extract strawberry DNA, pretend to be a ‘crime scene investigator’, and deal with all types of chemical reactions. All this and lots more hands on labs which are both fun and educational. This camp will help prepare campers for high school science classes. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Michael DiPietro - Southridge School

this camp qualifIES for the child FITNESS tax credit.

9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

ALL STAR KIDS S204 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 - BLAST OFF into a week of fun filled adventure! Each day is filled with excitement as this theme-based camp provides an entertaining and educational environment that builds self-confidence and promotes cooperative play. • Day 1 - SPACE • Day 2 - BUGS • Day 3 - NATURE • Day 4 - FISH • Day 5 - SPORTS All Star Kids focuses on learning, enhancing skills in language arts, math and science through outdoor adventures, singing, arts and crafts, sports and more! Swimsuits and towels are an absolute must for an afternoon run through the sprinkler. This is an exciting and memorable summer camp experience where new friendships and action are part of every day! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Ana Candido - Iqra Islamic School

ALL STAR KIDS R404 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 - BLAST OFF into a week of fun filled adventure! Each day is filled with excitement as this theme-based camp provides an entertaining and educational environment that builds self-confidence and promotes cooperative play. • Day 1 - SPACE • Day 2 - BUGS • Day 3 - NATURE • Day 4 - FISH • Day 5 - SPORTS All Star Kids focuses on learning, enhancing skills in language arts, math and science through outdoor adventures, singing, arts and crafts, sports and more! Swimsuits and towels are an absolute must for an afternoon run through the sprinkler. This is an exciting and memorable summer camp experience where new friendships and action are part of every day! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Ana Candido - Iqra Islamic School RED! YELLOW! BLUE! I SEE YOU! R405 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Find your colourful side with pencil crayons, oil pastels, paint, papier-mâché and special objects. Campers will focus on the amazing power of colour as they discover their inner creative talent. Storytelling and acting will help campers visualize what they are drawing. This wonderful, colourful art will then be become a back drop to a ‘play’ from a story. Campers can have any level of artistic ability as long as they bring a smile and their creative energy with them. A colour extravaganza will be held on the last day of camps for parents and friends to enjoy the week’s fabulous results. All supplies are provided, but campers should bring a shirt or apron to prevent getting too covered in colour. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Dunja McCrae - Langley Fine Arts

“The camps are very well organized, excellent instructors, and the kids have a great time.” YOUNG SCIENTISTS T316 Ages 10 - 12 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Put on your scientist hat for a week of experiments, dissections, investigations and competitions as we learn about physics, chemistry and biology in a fun setting. This camp incorporates science magic, microscopes, demonstrations and observations as you discover why things work the way they do and what makes science so interesting. Each day you will focus on a different science and at the end of the week we will get out our trusty microscopes to discover the many micro-organisms we can find in pond water. On Thursday we will head off to the UBC Botanical Garden to experience first-hand their food and medicinal gardens as well as their tree top canopy. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Nicole Curtis - Bonaccord Elementary

week 4 july 22-26

9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

DIFFERENT DAY, DIFFERENT ADVENTURE T317 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $325 Are you ready to soak up the summer rays with some amazing and awesome adventures? Each day you’ll head off in a different direction; starting Monday you’ll be hiking and exploring Lynn Valley and visiting the suspension bridges with lunch by the river pools. On Tuesday you’ll head off in a different direction for a wet and wild day at Splashdown Park. Wednesday you’ll enjoy the hands-on exhibits at Science World, and Thursday you’ll head off for a game of bowling in the morning, followed by riding the wet and wild waves at Watermania in Richmond. Wrap up this amazing week of fun and learning by heading off to Playland on Friday for a full day of fun. All admissions are included. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Tamara Pudlas - HD Stafford Middle School

Free Camp T-Shirt provided for all campers!

RED! YELLOW! BLUE! I SEE YOU! S205 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $ 240 Find your colourful side with pencil crayons, oil pastels, paint, papiermâché and special objects. Campers will focus on the amazing power of colour as they discover their inner creative talent. Storytelling and acting will help campers visualize what they are drawing. This wonderful, colourful art will then be become a back drop to a ‘play’ from a story. Campers can have any level of artistic ability as long as they bring a smile and their creative energy with them. A colour extravaganza will be held on the last day of camps for parents and friends to enjoy the week’s fabulous results. All supplies are provided, but campers should bring a shirt or apron to prevent getting too covered in colour. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Julia Bennett - Langley Fine Arts

SOCCER SKILLS AND MIND EXERCISE Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Soccer and math skills are successfully combined in this outstanding camp! In the morning players will head to the field for soccer instruction by the exceptional team from Total Soccer Systems (TSS). TSS Academy is a professionally run soccer development organization located in Richmond, BC. TSS runs soccer training programs throughout the year to help players advance their skills and understanding of the game. The core staff at TSS are full-time coaching professionals who subscribe to a set of beliefs with respect to coaching and development. In the afternoon, players will work on interactive math projects that combine basic math concepts, higher order thinking skills and hands-on fun. They will practice applying their math skills by solving a variety of challenging word problems, puzzles and math/logic games. Please select the appropriate level of camp based on the following descriptions: S211A • Beginner: players who are currently not playing for an organized community soccer club. S211B • Intermediate: players who are currently playing for an organized community soccer club at either the house or bronze level. S211C • Advanced: players who are currently playing for an organized soccer club at the silver, gold or select level. Soccer Instruction: TSS Academy Mind Exercise Instruction: Greg Batt - Harry Sayers Elementary

Register online at www.southridge.bc.ca | 2656 160 St., Surrey, BC | Info Line 604.542.5385


Free Camp T-Shirt provided for all campers!

week 2 july 8-12

this camp qualifIES for the child FITNESS tax credit.

Instructor: Ira Alexandra - Southridge School SCULPTURE! SCULPTURE! SCULPTURE! S216 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $240 From prehistoric times to the present, the act of sculpting has captured the imagination of both artist and viewer. Come explore the history of sculpture, from cave people to Picasso and beyond, through this “hands-on” camp. Carving, modeling, assemblage, and construction techniques will be explored through a variety of traditional and contemporary materials. These may include clay, wood, metal, paper, papier-mâché, found materials and found objects. If you like working with your hands, then this camp is for you! Come prepared to get creative and messy! All supplies are included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Peter Sarganis - Langley Fine Arts DIFFERENT DAY, DIFFERENT DIRECTION S217 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $325 Are you ready for a new adventure every day? If so, hang on to your hat as we enjoy some sizzling summer fun! Monday we’ll explore “under the sea” at the Vancouver Aquarium with a stop at Lumberman’s Arch. On Tuesday, we’ll hit the wet and wild waves at Watermania in Richmond. On Wednesday, we’ll begin the day by taking the False Creek Ferry from Science World over to the H.R.Macmillan Space Centre, where we will learn about the wonders of space, and include a bit of beach time at the end of the day. Thursday, we’ll head off to Big Jim’s River Run at Splashdown Park. This amazing week will wrap up with a full day at Playland. All admissions are included. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Anne Boyle - Southridge School

TAKE IT TO THE STAGE S213 Ages 9 - 11(as of 12/31/13) $225 In this arts-based camp, we will let your creative ideas flow freely as we partner together in building your own musical style performance. Singing, choreography, script writing, improvisation, dancing and set design will keep us busy as we enjoy preparing to take it all to the stage for a fantastic Friday performance at Southridge Stage! Through all of this your teamwork skills will be developed and utilized as we work together on your own fabulous presentation. Your “inner-Gleek” is warmly welcomed at this camp. Get ready to make new friends and wow your audience-it’s SHOW TIME! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Tamara Pudlas - HD Stafford Middle School BE A LEADER: CHALLENGE YOURSELF! S214 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Be A Leader is for young people interested in building a deeper understanding of themselves and making meaningful connections with others. Students will participate in a variety of dynamic activities designed to increase self-esteem, build relationships and stimulate thoughtful discussion around the topics of leadership, compassion, self-knowledge, cooperation, problem solving, and friendship. Using a variety of interactive games, team challenges and a series of role-playing activities, students will practice conflict resolution, assertiveness skills and decision making. Campers will create a journal to chronicle their own personal growth throughout the week. Campers who choose this stimulating camp can expect activities that provide opportunities for observation, communication, reflection, creativity and movement. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Molly Elliott - Delta School District QUESTING: BE AN EXPLORER IN YOUR COMMUNITY S215 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 What connects you to the place you live? Questing uncovers stories that are geographical, historical and of value to you in the form of a treasure hunt that reveals the hidden treasures of your neighbourhood. With a team of “questers” you will discover the historical archives, obtain stories from community members, and explore the geology of your community. Together you will create a treasure hunt, known as a QUEST, to be left at our local library and senior homes for community members to access. This camp includes drawing, photography, creating stories, acting, and producing a finished print and media product. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary.

week 3 july 15-19

this camp qualifIES for the child FITNESS tax credit.

9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

9:00 AM - 3:30 PM continued ...

SUPER SOCCER CAMP Half Day (9 am to Noon) Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $145 Southridge is thrilled to have TSS Academy return this summer to help coach young players in the great game of soccer.TSS Academy is a professional, soccer development organization located in Richmond, BC. TSS programs support youth soccer players of all ages, whether they are young and impressionable beginners, competitive young adults seeking college and university placement or somewhere in between. Their core staff members are full-time professionals who are nationally certified by the Canadian Soccer Association, and they subscribe to a set of beliefs with respect to coaching and development - TSS Academy strives to teach youth how to become skillful and effective soccer players by providing a professional and optimal learning environment. TSS helps young players of all abilities to advance their game. One of the foundations of their program is to have “like-skilled and likeminded” players train together. TSS has training groups for high-level elite players as well as training groups for beginner players. S212A • Beginner: players who are currently not playing for an organized community soccer club. S212B • Intermediate: players who are currently playing for an organized community soccer club at either the house or bronze level. S212C • Advanced: players who are currently playing for an organized soccer club at the silver, gold or select level. Soccer Instruction: TSS Academy

Free Camp T-Shirt provided for all campers!

HANDS ON ROBOTICS - NXT S218 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $285 If you like solving practical problems and have an interest in the way machines or robots work, this camp is for you! Using Lego’s cutting edge NXT Mindstorms technology, participants will explore the fundamental principles of mechanics, design and programming. Campers will become familiar with input devices such as touch, light, rotation and ultrasonic sensors along with output devices such as motors, sound and lights. They will attempt to meet a daily challenge in which they will build, analyze and program a robot individually to meet the challenge. Use of Southridge Lego NXT kits is included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks and sports play. A good understanding of English is necessary.

Instructor: Paul Kang - Cornerstone Montessori PLAY TOGETHER, LEARN TOGETHER: HEALTH, FITNESS AND FIRST AID! S219 Ages: 10- 13 (as of 12/31/13) $225 What makes our body work? How do we maximize human performance? Join us for a fun week focused on health of body and mind. Campers will participate in daily fitness activities, as well as learning about the body’s nutritional needs and how the cardiovascular and muscular systems work. Discover how blood is oxygenated and circulated through the body, why our muscles require that oxygen and the difference that proper nutrition makes in our ability to function optimally. Fitness activities will include obstacle course games, yoga/ stretching, ultimate frisbee, California kickball and other fun forms of exercise. Campers will learn valuable first aid skills, including CPR, obstructed airway (choking) procedures and how to deal with minor wounds and burns. Leadership and teamwork are also emphasized as campers work together to explore how the body functions and what to do in an emergency. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Angela Berkeley - Southridge School SUMMER SUPER-HEROES: INTRO TO DSLR FILMMAKING S220 Ages: 11-13 (as of 12/31/13) $260 Like superheroes? Want to move your skills beyond “point and shoot?” The DSLR filmmaking revolution has arrived! Combining a DSLR’s large imaging sensor with the capacity for HD video means that the family camera now has the capacity to create professional-grade films. Campers will be introduced to the basic technical operations behind operating a DSLR as a filmmaking device. They will learn the basics such as white balancing, manual exposure settings, as well as the unique design and sequencing techniques that the pros use to get the most out of these devices. Campers will use their skills to create mini documentaries about fictional superheroes. They will shoot them using Canon 60D DSLRs and edit with professional software. The knowledge that they will acquire is transferable to any contemporary DSLR. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary.

Instructor: Chris Westendorf - Southridge School SOCCER SKILLS AND MIND EXERCISE Ages 11 - 14 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Soccer and math skills are successfully combined in this outstanding camp! In the morning, players will work on interactive math projects that combine basic math concepts, higher order thinking skills and hands-on fun. They will practice applying their math skills by solving a variety of challenging word problems, puzzles and math/logic games. In the afternoon players will head to the field for soccer instruction by the exceptional team from Total Soccer Systems (TSS). TSS Academy is a professionally run soccer development organization located in Richmond, BC. TSS runs soccer training programs throughout the year to help players advance their skills and understanding of the game. The core staff at TSS are full-time coaching professionals who subscribe to a set of beliefs with respect to coaching and development. Please select the appropriate level of camp based on the following descriptions: S221A • Beginner: players who are currently not playing for an organized community soccer club. S221B • Intermediate: players who are currently playing for an organized community soccer club at either the house or bronze level. S221C • Advanced: players who are currently playing for an organized soccer club at the silver, gold or select level. Soccer Instruction: TSS Academy Mind Exercise Instruction: Greg Batt - Harry Sayers Elementary SUPER SOCCER CAMP Half Day (12:30 pm to 3:30 pm) Ages 11 - 14 (as of 12/31/13) $145 Southridge is thrilled to have TSS Academy return this summer to help coach young players in the great game of soccer.TSS Academy is a professional, soccer development organization located in Richmond, BC.TSS programs support youth soccer players of all ages, whether they are young and impressionable beginners, competitive young adults seeking college and university placement or somewhere in between. Their core staff members are full-time professionals who are nationally certified by the Canadian Soccer Association, and they subscribe to a set of beliefs with respect to coaching and development - TSS Academy strives to teach youth how to become skillful and effective soccer players by providing a professional and optimal learning environment. TSS helps young players of all abilities to advance their game. One of the foundations of their program is to have “like-skilled and like-minded” players train together. We have training groups for high-level elite players as well as training groups for beginner players. S222A • Beginner: players who are currently not playing for an organized community soccer club. S222B • Intermediate: players who are currently playing for an organized community soccer club at either the house or bronze level. S222C • Advanced: players who are currently playing for an organized soccer club at the silver, gold or select level. Soccer Instruction: TSS Academy BOYS SENIOR ELITE BASKETBALL CAMP S223 Half Day (9 am to Noon) $165 Ages: 13 - 17 (as of 12/31/13) The goal of the Senior Elite Basketball Camp is to help develop wellrounded, complete basketball players. We look to instill the fundamentals of the game as well as the proper attitude in order to excel. Each camper will experience training that consists of position-specific drills and instruction, classroom sessions, scrimmages and off-court training. We stress teamwork, effort, and sportsmanship, which we feel are important ingredients in achieving success not only on the court but also with family, school, and in life. By the end of the week you will feel more confident in your abilities and see an improvement in your fundamental skills. Coach Anderson’s goal to develop all aspects of the players’ game has resulted in great success for his teams. The camp will be split into groups based on skill level. Coach Steve Anderson has achieved excellence in basketball, having been named Captain of the Canadian Jr. National team (1989 - 1991), MVP of the Canadian championships (1991), and Captain of SFU’s Basketball team (1993 1995). He still holds several records at SFU. All elite basketball campers will receive a quality practice jersey. This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Steve Anderson - Southridge School TAMING TENSION S224 Ages: 13 - 16 (as of 12/31/13) $225 This camp focuses on healthy thinking, understanding stress and anxiety, self-management and relaxation techniques as well as nutrition and lifestyle choices. You will learn that stress and anxiety is common, which will help reduce any negative feelings of isolation. Through self-management strategies you will be empowered with tools that will build your confidence when faced with the stresses in your life. There will be lots of team building experiences resulting from supporting each others strategies. Together we will build a plan as we work our way through the week. Activities will use cognitive, kinesthetic and physical exercises. All of this in a fun, interactive environment that reinforces learning in a memorable manner! Lucas suffered from panic disorder for fifteen years before he regained control of his life. He now focuses on helping young people regain theirs. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Lucas Mattiello – Level Up Living AFTER CAMP SUPERVISION S250 (3:30 - 5:00 pm) $50 This service is offered to our day campers only. We provide after camp supervision as an extended day option for all camps. Campers will be provided with low-key activities and some down time after a busy day. All campers will be required to be checked out by their parents by 5:00 p.m. This is a per week commitment.

“We really enjoy the programs offered and the people who work as teachers are great.”

Register online at www.southridge.bc.ca | 2656 160 St., Surrey, BC | Info Line 604.542.5385

KICKSTART TO KINDERGARTEN: IN THE JUNGLE T301 Age 5 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Looking for a fun, active, hands-on, curriculum based summer camp that will help prepare your little one for Kindergarten? Learn all about the Jungle and its inhabitants all while getting ready for Kindergarten. Our morning will focus on oral language development, social skills, phonemic awareness and numeracy development through music, cooperative games and daily calendar fun. Afternoons will consist of daily crafts, painting, centres and story time. We will head outside to play with sidewalk chalk, paints, and our water table and just have some free time fun, so pack bathing suits, towel and sunscreen. This camp is sure to be packed with summer time fun, friendships and fabulous times! A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Katie Reid - Southridge School DISCOVER THE POWER OF PEN AND PERFORMANCE T302 With ERIC CARLE BOOKS Ages 5 - 6 (as of 12/31/13) $225 With the talented and world renowned author and illustrator Eric Carle as our guide, campers will explore writing, visual art and dramatic performance. They will be inspired to sharpen their writing and reading skills by experiencing what it is like to be an author. Campers will extend their learning through crafts, cooking and puppets. They will discover the power of their voice through dramatic games which promote self-esteem, risk-taking and choral speech. Campers will work together to create Eric Carle inspired artworks. Bring a bathing suit and towel for hot days. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Jen Cameron - Langley Fine Arts

“We were impressed that after one day our daughter could come home and name each planet! She came home happy every day.” UP! UP! AND AWAY! T303 Ages 5 - 7 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Explore the universe with an out-of-this-world adventure! By discovering the wonders of space through fun, interactive activities and demonstrations, you will experience the exciting possibilities that science and technology have to offer. Learn valuable life skills, develop in character, make new friends and discover new interests. At “Southridge Space Centre” you will design your very own planet, invent an alien and construct a paper plate sun. Teamwork, selfconfidence and communication will be achieved through a variety of activities including: rocket building, games, songs and crafts. Be part of this extra-terrestrial fun! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Carlie Oyenhart (Painter) - Riverdale Elementary

IT’S SHOWTIME! T308 Ages: 7 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 In this exciting and fun-fueled week, we will explore acting through a variety of creative activities, including improvisation, action-packed theatre sports games and on-your-feet physical activities. Campers will have the opportunity to use their imagination, creativity, and performance expression throughout the week. We will explore voice and movement as well as work together on a final play which will be presented on the last day of camps. Campers gain self-confidence through focused drama and team building activities. This camp is perfect for actors of all skill levels - even first-timers. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Molly Elliott - Delta School District HOGWARTS ACADEMY AWAITS T309 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $250 Toot! Toot! All aboard! It’s time to travel to the Land of Enchantment featuring Harry Potter. Whimsical Instructor, Head Mistress Schaufele, takes you on an enchanting journey into a land of wizards, magic and fun. Experience a house-sorting ceremony followed by fun-filled days where you will learn magic spells using everyday items, and enter a magical dueling tournament. Campers will make a mandrake, create their own wands and capes, create enchanting pieces of art, learn how to play Quidditch and whip up some mysterious concoctions in the kitchen. Use your imagination to experience a week visiting Hogwarts - where anything can happen. To end this magical camp, compete for the house cup and see who wins at the “end of camp” feast! So don’t be a muggle - grab your courage and sense of adventure and join us as we dabble in the wonderful world of Harry Potter. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Amanda Schaufele - Lena Shaw Elementary

NEW DAY, NEW ADVENTURE T310 Ages 8 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $325 Are you ready to soak up the summer rays with some amazing and awesome adventures? Each day you’ll head off in a different direction; starting Monday you’ll be hiking and exploring Lynn Valley and visiting the suspension bridges with lunch by the river pools. On Tuesday you’ll head off in a different direction for a wet and wild day at Splashdown Park. Wednesday you’ll enjoy the hands-on exhibits at Science World, and Thursday you’ll head off for a game of bowling in the morning, followed by riding the wet and wild waves at Watermania in Richmond. Wrap up this amazing week of fun and learning by heading off to Playland on Friday for a full day of fun. All admissions are included. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Greg Batt - Harry Sayers Elementary WONDER-FABULOUS WRITERS’ CAMP T311 Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $225 This week will change your life! Learn how to use your everyday life experiences to create amazing stories: tell tall-tales, become an epic hero, go on fantastic journeys, and face massive challenges. Campers will write journals, stories and poetry that are full of suspense, humour, mystery, surprise, and triumph over evil. A large portion of the camp is active, as we will play games, go on observation walks and complete guerilla writing challenges. Campers will discover fresh sources of inspiration from their own lives and learn how to create mood, develop characters, and make their writing come to life! This camp is suitable for all levels of writers. Campers will conclude their week with a portfolio of completed stories, as well as having lots of ideas for future stories that they can continue working on. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Dan Gardner - Holly Elementary ABORIGINAL ART T312 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Join us as we explore aboriginal culture through arts and crafts. Campers will have fun while learning various activities like maskmaking, soapstone carving, and cedar weaving. We will sew mini button blankets and construct dream catchers out of willow branches. To finish the week, we will host an afternoon presentation where we will serve traditional food and perform a traditional Metis dance. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Victoria Vaillancourt - District Aboriginal Cultural Facilitator SD36

Volunteer Opportunity

JUNIOR ART CAMP T304 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Move over Van Gogh! Junior Art Camp at Southridge is where campers will discover, experiment with and express their artistic talents in new ways. Participants will enjoy working with all kinds of art materials including clay, papier-mâché, pastels, paints, found objects, food coloring and more. On the final day of camp, we will treat the public to a display of your masterpieces. Our focus is on self-expression not on having things “perfect”. Be prepared to get dirty so bring a smock, your imagination and a sense of humor. All other supplies are included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Dunja McCrae - Langley Fine Arts SPORTS MANIA: BASKETBALL BASICS AND MUCH MORE T305 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Learn basketball fundamentals in a fun and dynamic environment. Campers will develop a positive attitude towards the game of basketball while learning to play and understand every position on the court. For the other half of the day, players will develop skills in other sports such as soccer, field hockey, baseball, volleyball, badminton and more. Participants will increase their overall level of physical fitness in a fun and dynamic environment! This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Kyle Anderson - HD Stafford Middle School DISCOVER PLANET EARTH T306 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Discover the incredible way our world works as an alien guest scientist from Planet X. On a one-week journey to Earth you will discover the amazing features through exciting hands-on experiments. You will build a mini-volcano and make it erupt, grow crystals and see how icicles are made. Build a lava lamp and watch the battle between oil and water, and make “oobleck”, a cool substance that has both solid and liquid properties! To round off your alien journey you will collect stamps in your Alien Passport. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Ana Candido - Iqra Islamic School 10, 9, 8 ... BLAST OFF T307 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Buckle in and blast off with the Southridge Space program! Build your own space craft and use it to defy gravity. Create your very own planets in a bag, sculpt alien life forms and stretch your imagination by inventing your very own “Space Race” board game. Explore the fascinating world of outer space through these and many more fun, hands-on activities. This camp is brimming with exploration, discovery, and cross-curricular studies such as: physical education (tag games); math (calculating distances etc); science (making star charts/ constellations, meteors,); art (sculpting, painting); and literature (poetry, fiction, non-fiction, creative writing). This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Allison Frers - Vancouver School District

Ages +14 If you are outgoing, fun loving, mature, enthusiastic and able to take initiative, then this is an opportunity you won’t want to miss. We are looking for mature teens who are interested in working with our Southridge Summer Camp teachers and campers. An interest in helping in all areas of our camp program including various subjects and age groupings is essential. You will gain leadership skills, make new friends and have lots of fun. The minimum commitment is for two weeks. You will receive a letter of reference upon completion. To apply, log on to www.southridge.bc.ca and click on Summer Camps. Then click on the volunteer application on the right hand side of the page. Please apply before April 26th.

Register online at www.southridge.bc.ca | 2656 160 St., Surrey, BC | Info Line 604.542.5385


Free Camp T-Shirt provided for all campers!

week 2 july 8-12

this camp qualifIES for the child FITNESS tax credit.

Instructor: Ira Alexandra - Southridge School SCULPTURE! SCULPTURE! SCULPTURE! S216 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $240 From prehistoric times to the present, the act of sculpting has captured the imagination of both artist and viewer. Come explore the history of sculpture, from cave people to Picasso and beyond, through this “hands-on” camp. Carving, modeling, assemblage, and construction techniques will be explored through a variety of traditional and contemporary materials. These may include clay, wood, metal, paper, papier-mâché, found materials and found objects. If you like working with your hands, then this camp is for you! Come prepared to get creative and messy! All supplies are included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Peter Sarganis - Langley Fine Arts DIFFERENT DAY, DIFFERENT DIRECTION S217 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $325 Are you ready for a new adventure every day? If so, hang on to your hat as we enjoy some sizzling summer fun! Monday we’ll explore “under the sea” at the Vancouver Aquarium with a stop at Lumberman’s Arch. On Tuesday, we’ll hit the wet and wild waves at Watermania in Richmond. On Wednesday, we’ll begin the day by taking the False Creek Ferry from Science World over to the H.R.Macmillan Space Centre, where we will learn about the wonders of space, and include a bit of beach time at the end of the day. Thursday, we’ll head off to Big Jim’s River Run at Splashdown Park. This amazing week will wrap up with a full day at Playland. All admissions are included. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Anne Boyle - Southridge School

TAKE IT TO THE STAGE S213 Ages 9 - 11(as of 12/31/13) $225 In this arts-based camp, we will let your creative ideas flow freely as we partner together in building your own musical style performance. Singing, choreography, script writing, improvisation, dancing and set design will keep us busy as we enjoy preparing to take it all to the stage for a fantastic Friday performance at Southridge Stage! Through all of this your teamwork skills will be developed and utilized as we work together on your own fabulous presentation. Your “inner-Gleek” is warmly welcomed at this camp. Get ready to make new friends and wow your audience-it’s SHOW TIME! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Tamara Pudlas - HD Stafford Middle School BE A LEADER: CHALLENGE YOURSELF! S214 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Be A Leader is for young people interested in building a deeper understanding of themselves and making meaningful connections with others. Students will participate in a variety of dynamic activities designed to increase self-esteem, build relationships and stimulate thoughtful discussion around the topics of leadership, compassion, self-knowledge, cooperation, problem solving, and friendship. Using a variety of interactive games, team challenges and a series of role-playing activities, students will practice conflict resolution, assertiveness skills and decision making. Campers will create a journal to chronicle their own personal growth throughout the week. Campers who choose this stimulating camp can expect activities that provide opportunities for observation, communication, reflection, creativity and movement. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Molly Elliott - Delta School District QUESTING: BE AN EXPLORER IN YOUR COMMUNITY S215 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 What connects you to the place you live? Questing uncovers stories that are geographical, historical and of value to you in the form of a treasure hunt that reveals the hidden treasures of your neighbourhood. With a team of “questers” you will discover the historical archives, obtain stories from community members, and explore the geology of your community. Together you will create a treasure hunt, known as a QUEST, to be left at our local library and senior homes for community members to access. This camp includes drawing, photography, creating stories, acting, and producing a finished print and media product. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary.

week 3 july 15-19

this camp qualifIES for the child FITNESS tax credit.

9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

9:00 AM - 3:30 PM continued ...

SUPER SOCCER CAMP Half Day (9 am to Noon) Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $145 Southridge is thrilled to have TSS Academy return this summer to help coach young players in the great game of soccer.TSS Academy is a professional, soccer development organization located in Richmond, BC. TSS programs support youth soccer players of all ages, whether they are young and impressionable beginners, competitive young adults seeking college and university placement or somewhere in between. Their core staff members are full-time professionals who are nationally certified by the Canadian Soccer Association, and they subscribe to a set of beliefs with respect to coaching and development - TSS Academy strives to teach youth how to become skillful and effective soccer players by providing a professional and optimal learning environment. TSS helps young players of all abilities to advance their game. One of the foundations of their program is to have “like-skilled and likeminded” players train together. TSS has training groups for high-level elite players as well as training groups for beginner players. S212A • Beginner: players who are currently not playing for an organized community soccer club. S212B • Intermediate: players who are currently playing for an organized community soccer club at either the house or bronze level. S212C • Advanced: players who are currently playing for an organized soccer club at the silver, gold or select level. Soccer Instruction: TSS Academy

Free Camp T-Shirt provided for all campers!

HANDS ON ROBOTICS - NXT S218 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $285 If you like solving practical problems and have an interest in the way machines or robots work, this camp is for you! Using Lego’s cutting edge NXT Mindstorms technology, participants will explore the fundamental principles of mechanics, design and programming. Campers will become familiar with input devices such as touch, light, rotation and ultrasonic sensors along with output devices such as motors, sound and lights. They will attempt to meet a daily challenge in which they will build, analyze and program a robot individually to meet the challenge. Use of Southridge Lego NXT kits is included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks and sports play. A good understanding of English is necessary.

Instructor: Paul Kang - Cornerstone Montessori PLAY TOGETHER, LEARN TOGETHER: HEALTH, FITNESS AND FIRST AID! S219 Ages: 10- 13 (as of 12/31/13) $225 What makes our body work? How do we maximize human performance? Join us for a fun week focused on health of body and mind. Campers will participate in daily fitness activities, as well as learning about the body’s nutritional needs and how the cardiovascular and muscular systems work. Discover how blood is oxygenated and circulated through the body, why our muscles require that oxygen and the difference that proper nutrition makes in our ability to function optimally. Fitness activities will include obstacle course games, yoga/ stretching, ultimate frisbee, California kickball and other fun forms of exercise. Campers will learn valuable first aid skills, including CPR, obstructed airway (choking) procedures and how to deal with minor wounds and burns. Leadership and teamwork are also emphasized as campers work together to explore how the body functions and what to do in an emergency. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Angela Berkeley - Southridge School SUMMER SUPER-HEROES: INTRO TO DSLR FILMMAKING S220 Ages: 11-13 (as of 12/31/13) $260 Like superheroes? Want to move your skills beyond “point and shoot?” The DSLR filmmaking revolution has arrived! Combining a DSLR’s large imaging sensor with the capacity for HD video means that the family camera now has the capacity to create professional-grade films. Campers will be introduced to the basic technical operations behind operating a DSLR as a filmmaking device. They will learn the basics such as white balancing, manual exposure settings, as well as the unique design and sequencing techniques that the pros use to get the most out of these devices. Campers will use their skills to create mini documentaries about fictional superheroes. They will shoot them using Canon 60D DSLRs and edit with professional software. The knowledge that they will acquire is transferable to any contemporary DSLR. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary.

Instructor: Chris Westendorf - Southridge School SOCCER SKILLS AND MIND EXERCISE Ages 11 - 14 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Soccer and math skills are successfully combined in this outstanding camp! In the morning, players will work on interactive math projects that combine basic math concepts, higher order thinking skills and hands-on fun. They will practice applying their math skills by solving a variety of challenging word problems, puzzles and math/logic games. In the afternoon players will head to the field for soccer instruction by the exceptional team from Total Soccer Systems (TSS). TSS Academy is a professionally run soccer development organization located in Richmond, BC. TSS runs soccer training programs throughout the year to help players advance their skills and understanding of the game. The core staff at TSS are full-time coaching professionals who subscribe to a set of beliefs with respect to coaching and development. Please select the appropriate level of camp based on the following descriptions: S221A • Beginner: players who are currently not playing for an organized community soccer club. S221B • Intermediate: players who are currently playing for an organized community soccer club at either the house or bronze level. S221C • Advanced: players who are currently playing for an organized soccer club at the silver, gold or select level. Soccer Instruction: TSS Academy Mind Exercise Instruction: Greg Batt - Harry Sayers Elementary SUPER SOCCER CAMP Half Day (12:30 pm to 3:30 pm) Ages 11 - 14 (as of 12/31/13) $145 Southridge is thrilled to have TSS Academy return this summer to help coach young players in the great game of soccer.TSS Academy is a professional, soccer development organization located in Richmond, BC.TSS programs support youth soccer players of all ages, whether they are young and impressionable beginners, competitive young adults seeking college and university placement or somewhere in between. Their core staff members are full-time professionals who are nationally certified by the Canadian Soccer Association, and they subscribe to a set of beliefs with respect to coaching and development - TSS Academy strives to teach youth how to become skillful and effective soccer players by providing a professional and optimal learning environment. TSS helps young players of all abilities to advance their game. One of the foundations of their program is to have “like-skilled and like-minded” players train together. We have training groups for high-level elite players as well as training groups for beginner players. S222A • Beginner: players who are currently not playing for an organized community soccer club. S222B • Intermediate: players who are currently playing for an organized community soccer club at either the house or bronze level. S222C • Advanced: players who are currently playing for an organized soccer club at the silver, gold or select level. Soccer Instruction: TSS Academy BOYS SENIOR ELITE BASKETBALL CAMP S223 Half Day (9 am to Noon) $165 Ages: 13 - 17 (as of 12/31/13) The goal of the Senior Elite Basketball Camp is to help develop wellrounded, complete basketball players. We look to instill the fundamentals of the game as well as the proper attitude in order to excel. Each camper will experience training that consists of position-specific drills and instruction, classroom sessions, scrimmages and off-court training. We stress teamwork, effort, and sportsmanship, which we feel are important ingredients in achieving success not only on the court but also with family, school, and in life. By the end of the week you will feel more confident in your abilities and see an improvement in your fundamental skills. Coach Anderson’s goal to develop all aspects of the players’ game has resulted in great success for his teams. The camp will be split into groups based on skill level. Coach Steve Anderson has achieved excellence in basketball, having been named Captain of the Canadian Jr. National team (1989 - 1991), MVP of the Canadian championships (1991), and Captain of SFU’s Basketball team (1993 1995). He still holds several records at SFU. All elite basketball campers will receive a quality practice jersey. This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Steve Anderson - Southridge School TAMING TENSION S224 Ages: 13 - 16 (as of 12/31/13) $225 This camp focuses on healthy thinking, understanding stress and anxiety, self-management and relaxation techniques as well as nutrition and lifestyle choices. You will learn that stress and anxiety is common, which will help reduce any negative feelings of isolation. Through self-management strategies you will be empowered with tools that will build your confidence when faced with the stresses in your life. There will be lots of team building experiences resulting from supporting each others strategies. Together we will build a plan as we work our way through the week. Activities will use cognitive, kinesthetic and physical exercises. All of this in a fun, interactive environment that reinforces learning in a memorable manner! Lucas suffered from panic disorder for fifteen years before he regained control of his life. He now focuses on helping young people regain theirs. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Lucas Mattiello – Level Up Living AFTER CAMP SUPERVISION S250 (3:30 - 5:00 pm) $50 This service is offered to our day campers only. We provide after camp supervision as an extended day option for all camps. Campers will be provided with low-key activities and some down time after a busy day. All campers will be required to be checked out by their parents by 5:00 p.m. This is a per week commitment.

“We really enjoy the programs offered and the people who work as teachers are great.”

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KICKSTART TO KINDERGARTEN: IN THE JUNGLE T301 Age 5 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Looking for a fun, active, hands-on, curriculum based summer camp that will help prepare your little one for Kindergarten? Learn all about the Jungle and its inhabitants all while getting ready for Kindergarten. Our morning will focus on oral language development, social skills, phonemic awareness and numeracy development through music, cooperative games and daily calendar fun. Afternoons will consist of daily crafts, painting, centres and story time. We will head outside to play with sidewalk chalk, paints, and our water table and just have some free time fun, so pack bathing suits, towel and sunscreen. This camp is sure to be packed with summer time fun, friendships and fabulous times! A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Katie Reid - Southridge School DISCOVER THE POWER OF PEN AND PERFORMANCE T302 With ERIC CARLE BOOKS Ages 5 - 6 (as of 12/31/13) $225 With the talented and world renowned author and illustrator Eric Carle as our guide, campers will explore writing, visual art and dramatic performance. They will be inspired to sharpen their writing and reading skills by experiencing what it is like to be an author. Campers will extend their learning through crafts, cooking and puppets. They will discover the power of their voice through dramatic games which promote self-esteem, risk-taking and choral speech. Campers will work together to create Eric Carle inspired artworks. Bring a bathing suit and towel for hot days. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Jen Cameron - Langley Fine Arts

“We were impressed that after one day our daughter could come home and name each planet! She came home happy every day.” UP! UP! AND AWAY! T303 Ages 5 - 7 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Explore the universe with an out-of-this-world adventure! By discovering the wonders of space through fun, interactive activities and demonstrations, you will experience the exciting possibilities that science and technology have to offer. Learn valuable life skills, develop in character, make new friends and discover new interests. At “Southridge Space Centre” you will design your very own planet, invent an alien and construct a paper plate sun. Teamwork, selfconfidence and communication will be achieved through a variety of activities including: rocket building, games, songs and crafts. Be part of this extra-terrestrial fun! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Carlie Oyenhart (Painter) - Riverdale Elementary

IT’S SHOWTIME! T308 Ages: 7 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 In this exciting and fun-fueled week, we will explore acting through a variety of creative activities, including improvisation, action-packed theatre sports games and on-your-feet physical activities. Campers will have the opportunity to use their imagination, creativity, and performance expression throughout the week. We will explore voice and movement as well as work together on a final play which will be presented on the last day of camps. Campers gain self-confidence through focused drama and team building activities. This camp is perfect for actors of all skill levels - even first-timers. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Molly Elliott - Delta School District HOGWARTS ACADEMY AWAITS T309 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $250 Toot! Toot! All aboard! It’s time to travel to the Land of Enchantment featuring Harry Potter. Whimsical Instructor, Head Mistress Schaufele, takes you on an enchanting journey into a land of wizards, magic and fun. Experience a house-sorting ceremony followed by fun-filled days where you will learn magic spells using everyday items, and enter a magical dueling tournament. Campers will make a mandrake, create their own wands and capes, create enchanting pieces of art, learn how to play Quidditch and whip up some mysterious concoctions in the kitchen. Use your imagination to experience a week visiting Hogwarts - where anything can happen. To end this magical camp, compete for the house cup and see who wins at the “end of camp” feast! So don’t be a muggle - grab your courage and sense of adventure and join us as we dabble in the wonderful world of Harry Potter. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Amanda Schaufele - Lena Shaw Elementary

NEW DAY, NEW ADVENTURE T310 Ages 8 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $325 Are you ready to soak up the summer rays with some amazing and awesome adventures? Each day you’ll head off in a different direction; starting Monday you’ll be hiking and exploring Lynn Valley and visiting the suspension bridges with lunch by the river pools. On Tuesday you’ll head off in a different direction for a wet and wild day at Splashdown Park. Wednesday you’ll enjoy the hands-on exhibits at Science World, and Thursday you’ll head off for a game of bowling in the morning, followed by riding the wet and wild waves at Watermania in Richmond. Wrap up this amazing week of fun and learning by heading off to Playland on Friday for a full day of fun. All admissions are included. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Greg Batt - Harry Sayers Elementary WONDER-FABULOUS WRITERS’ CAMP T311 Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $225 This week will change your life! Learn how to use your everyday life experiences to create amazing stories: tell tall-tales, become an epic hero, go on fantastic journeys, and face massive challenges. Campers will write journals, stories and poetry that are full of suspense, humour, mystery, surprise, and triumph over evil. A large portion of the camp is active, as we will play games, go on observation walks and complete guerilla writing challenges. Campers will discover fresh sources of inspiration from their own lives and learn how to create mood, develop characters, and make their writing come to life! This camp is suitable for all levels of writers. Campers will conclude their week with a portfolio of completed stories, as well as having lots of ideas for future stories that they can continue working on. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Dan Gardner - Holly Elementary ABORIGINAL ART T312 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Join us as we explore aboriginal culture through arts and crafts. Campers will have fun while learning various activities like maskmaking, soapstone carving, and cedar weaving. We will sew mini button blankets and construct dream catchers out of willow branches. To finish the week, we will host an afternoon presentation where we will serve traditional food and perform a traditional Metis dance. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Victoria Vaillancourt - District Aboriginal Cultural Facilitator SD36

Volunteer Opportunity

JUNIOR ART CAMP T304 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Move over Van Gogh! Junior Art Camp at Southridge is where campers will discover, experiment with and express their artistic talents in new ways. Participants will enjoy working with all kinds of art materials including clay, papier-mâché, pastels, paints, found objects, food coloring and more. On the final day of camp, we will treat the public to a display of your masterpieces. Our focus is on self-expression not on having things “perfect”. Be prepared to get dirty so bring a smock, your imagination and a sense of humor. All other supplies are included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Dunja McCrae - Langley Fine Arts SPORTS MANIA: BASKETBALL BASICS AND MUCH MORE T305 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Learn basketball fundamentals in a fun and dynamic environment. Campers will develop a positive attitude towards the game of basketball while learning to play and understand every position on the court. For the other half of the day, players will develop skills in other sports such as soccer, field hockey, baseball, volleyball, badminton and more. Participants will increase their overall level of physical fitness in a fun and dynamic environment! This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Kyle Anderson - HD Stafford Middle School DISCOVER PLANET EARTH T306 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Discover the incredible way our world works as an alien guest scientist from Planet X. On a one-week journey to Earth you will discover the amazing features through exciting hands-on experiments. You will build a mini-volcano and make it erupt, grow crystals and see how icicles are made. Build a lava lamp and watch the battle between oil and water, and make “oobleck”, a cool substance that has both solid and liquid properties! To round off your alien journey you will collect stamps in your Alien Passport. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Ana Candido - Iqra Islamic School 10, 9, 8 ... BLAST OFF T307 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Buckle in and blast off with the Southridge Space program! Build your own space craft and use it to defy gravity. Create your very own planets in a bag, sculpt alien life forms and stretch your imagination by inventing your very own “Space Race” board game. Explore the fascinating world of outer space through these and many more fun, hands-on activities. This camp is brimming with exploration, discovery, and cross-curricular studies such as: physical education (tag games); math (calculating distances etc); science (making star charts/ constellations, meteors,); art (sculpting, painting); and literature (poetry, fiction, non-fiction, creative writing). This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Allison Frers - Vancouver School District

Ages +14 If you are outgoing, fun loving, mature, enthusiastic and able to take initiative, then this is an opportunity you won’t want to miss. We are looking for mature teens who are interested in working with our Southridge Summer Camp teachers and campers. An interest in helping in all areas of our camp program including various subjects and age groupings is essential. You will gain leadership skills, make new friends and have lots of fun. The minimum commitment is for two weeks. You will receive a letter of reference upon completion. To apply, log on to www.southridge.bc.ca and click on Summer Camps. Then click on the volunteer application on the right hand side of the page. Please apply before April 26th.

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READY, SET, SPEAK T313 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Do you ever get your words mixed up when you give a speech? Do you sometimes feel nervous or worry when you have to talk in front of a group of people? Ever wonder how actors and reporters seem so comfortable in front of the camera? This camp will teach you preparation and presentation skills that make public speaking easier and more enjoyable. Campers will come away feeling confident to participate in oral presentations, debates, speech contests or auditioning for the school play. Our program addresses all areas of performance including: projection, role-playing, analyzing, confidence, imitation and body language. Students will learn how to turn a pause into a punchline. By the end of the week center stage will feel like home. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Michelle Gill - Harry Sayers Elementary

ALL STAR SPORTS T314 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Developing a lifelong passion for sport, recreation and physical activity, in a fun and safe environment, is what this sports camp is all about! Participants will increase their overall level of physical fitness while building strong leadership skills. Our activities cater to the individual level and interests of each group. Campers will participate in a wide variety of different sports including: floor hockey, basketball, volleyball, badminton, introductory touch rugby, ultimate frisbee, frisbee golf, California kickball, cricket, soccer, capture the flag and dodge ball. In between the action, players will be taught how to make lifestyle choices that promote nutrition, health, fitness and athletic potential. Participants must wear running shoes and bring extra water or juice. This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Chris VanDerWaarde - Harry Sayers Elementary

HANDS ON ROBOTICS - NXT T318 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $285 If you like solving practical problems and have an interest in the way machines or robots work, this camp is for you! Using Lego’s cutting edge NXT Mindstorms technology, participants will explore the fundamental principles of mechanics, design and programming. Campers will become familiar with input devices such as touch, light, rotation and ultrasonic sensors along with output devices such as motors, sound and lights. They will attempt to meet a daily challenge in which they will build, analyze and program a robot individually to meet the challenge. Use of Southridge Lego NXT kits is included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Paul Kang - Cornerstone Montessori

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ONCE UPON A TIME R401 Ages 4 - 5 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Hear ye! Hear ye! Attention all little knights and princesses! By Royal Proclamation, you have all been invited to join us in a week of learning and fun. Enjoy practicing your beginner reading and writing skills while exploring the arts. In Drama, we will build castles, make costumes, role play and so much more. Through music, we will learn about letters, sounds and making words. We will dance and move in proper Royal fashion, using creative movement. We will also enjoy baking, crafting and cooperative play. This camp is designed to prepare children for full-time school, while having a blast. Students should wear play clothes and runners. On warm days, please bring a swim suit and towel. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Jennifer Cameron - Langley Fine Arts

CLAYMATION F118 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $260 Ever wonder how claymation movies like Chicken Run are made? Come and try your hand at claymation! After writing and designing unique stories, participants will sculpt clay figures, build sets and props, and animate their characters aided by computer technology. After an editing and post-production process, students will emerge with a completed animation product. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Chris Westendorf - Southridge School

KICKSTART TO KINDERGARTEN: UNDER THE SEA S201 Age 5 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Looking for a fun, active, hands-on, curriculum based summer camp that will help prepare your little one for Kindergarten? Come join your favourite under the sea friends for a fun and educational week. Our morning will focus on oral language development, social skills, phonemic awareness and numeracy development through music, cooperative games and daily calendar fun. Afternoons will consist of daily crafts, painting, centres and story time. We will head outside to play with sidewalk chalk, paints, and our water table and just have some free time fun, so pack bathing suits, towel and sunscreen. This camp is sure to be packed with summer time fun, friendships and fabulous times! A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Katie Reid - Southridge School

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LETTERLAND R402 Ages: 5 - 6 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Help your little one be more successful at school in September! Letterland Camp uses a variety of fun, interactive activities such as singing, dancing, art, early writing skills and exploring to help children become more familiar with their letters. This camp uses the Letterland program to further develop phonetic awareness, letter recognition and letter formation. Through hands on, engaging activities your child will make new friends, have fun and develop a solid foundation for a successful upcoming school year. Be prepared to spend time with some special characters such as Jumping Jim, Sammy Snake, Lucy Lamplight and many more. Campers please be sure to wear play clothes, runners and bring bathing suits for our afternoon water time. Look forward to an adventure filled week in Letterland! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Rachel Loewen - Matsqui Elementary YOUNG SCIENTISTS R403 Ages 5 - 7 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Grab hold of your natural curiosity, bring along your enthusiasm and get set to explore your everyday world! You’re invited to study different science topics, participate in fun and engaging hands-on activities, ask lots of questions, and share your own ideas and special perspectives about how the world works. This is a great opportunity for young children to learn about different scientific concepts by watching what is happening, guessing what might happen next, experimenting with different ideas and making new discoveries! For parents, it is a wonderful opportunity to help their children learn to think more critically and gain confidence in their own ability to solve problems. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Molly Elliott - Delta School District

PHYSICAL FUN: HIKING, BIKING, SWIMMING F119 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $285 Join us for a week of physical fun while we hike, bike and swim around the Lower Mainland. Our week begins with a hike on Seymour Mountain - lots of great trails here to explore. Tuesday it’s off to Teapot Mountain near Cultus Lake for swimming and hiking in a scenic setting. On Wednesday, campers will tackle the famous Grouse Grind and take in the view from the top. Thursday we will head off to Alouette Lake for a hike and some swimming. On Friday, we will start and end our bike trip at the trailhead (40th Ave) and head off to Centennial Beach in Tsawwassen for a day of biking by the sea. Enjoy physical fun with these exciting learning explorations during this busy week! Campers must provide their own bicycle. This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Tamara Pudlas - HD Stafford Middle School

“A safe environment, with well organized and varied subject matter – something to catch any child’s interest.” LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! T319 Ages 11 - 14 (as of 12/31/13) $260 Lights, camera, action! Here at “Hollywood South” campers will explore the movie-making process from start to finish. Campers will learn pre-production, production, and post-production techniques used by the pros as they work in teams to create movie magic! Moving through all of the creative stages, student teams will ultimately write and produce a short movie. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Richard Kristen - Mulgrave School

SO, DO YOU WANNA DANCE? T315 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Learn dance fundamentals in a fun and upbeat environment. You will develop a positive attitude towards the art of dance while learning to play with your own artistic and choreographic hidden talents. You will be introduced to various dance styles: Contemporary, Modern, Jazz, and Hip Hop and will be taught fun routines. This camp will also teach you about the importance of stretching and strengthening in order to practice safe and respectful practices during movement activities. You will not only increase your overall dance abilities and fitness, but you will leave this camp with a new appreciation for dance. There will be a showcase performance at the end of the week. A good understanding of English is necessary. No dance experience required. Instructor: Nicole Johnson - Betty Gilbert Middle School

BUMP, SET, SPIKE and SERVE! T320 Ages 11 - 14 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Strengthen your skills and make new friends in this girls-only volleyball camp that will focus on developing and improving your bumps, sets, spikes and serves. Participants will develop a positive attitude towards the great game of volleyball, become capable of playing every position on the court, and learn how to be a fantastic teamplayer while improving leadership qualities. All girls should bring their own water bottle and knee pads (as preferred). A good understanding of English is necessary. This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Calla Loewen - Southridge School AFTER CAMP SUPERVISION T350 (3:30 - 5:00 pm) $50 This service is offered to our day campers only. We provide after camp supervision as an extended day option for all camps. Campers will be provided with low-key activities and some down time after a busy day. All campers will be required to be checked out by their parents by 5:00 p.m. This is a per week commitment.

ALL STAR SPORTS R406 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Developing a lifelong passion for sport, recreation and physical activity, in a fun and safe environment, is what this sports camp is all about! Participants will increase their overall level of physical fitness while building strong leadership skills. Our activities cater to the individual level and interests of each group. Campers will participate in a wide variety of different sports including: floor hockey, basketball, volleyball, badminton, introductory touch rugby, ultimate frisbee, frisbee golf, California kickball, soccer, capture the flag and dodge ball. In between the action, players will be taught how to make lifestyle choices that promote nutrition, health, fitness and athletic potential. Participants must wear running shoes and bring extra water or juice. This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Kyle Anderson - HD Stafford Middle School EXPLORING WITH MAPS R407 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Are your kids little explorers? Are they good with directions? Can they read a map? Send them out to learn and explore through literacy, mapping, art and math. Skill enhancing activities include mapping, learning about compasses and how different equipment is used to locate various objects. Students will leave this week knowing general map symbols and how they relate to their community. Campers will apply their skills they learned throughout the week with an exciting Scavenger Hunt on the last day. Campers will enjoy a daily fitness break outdoors. Please wear runners and bring a change of clothes. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Sharon Sall - Surrey School District

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YOUNG SCIENTISTS S202 Ages 5 - 6 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Grab hold of your natural curiosity, bring along your enthusiasm and get set to explore your everyday world! We will conduct experiments in a variety of different and exciting scientific fields such as nature (biology), mixtures (chemistry), and movement and force (physics). You’re invited to participate in fun and engaging hands-on activities, ask lots of questions, and share your own ideas and special perspectives about how the world works. This is a great opportunity for young campers to learn about different scientific concepts by watching what is happening, guessing what might happen next, experimenting with different ideas and making new discoveries! For parents, it is a wonderful opportunity to help their children learn to think more critically and gain confidence in their own ability to solve problems. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Allison Frers - Vancouver School District FUN TIME EXPLORERS S203 Ages 5 - 7 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Looking for an active, fun and safe environment for your little one this summer? This camp will have your child learning and not even know it! Skill enhancing activities include music, creative movement, role-playing, dress-up, co-operative games and science experiments. Campers will enjoy slip-n-sliding, making play dough creations, water fun and eating “worms in dirt”. Please wear play clothes and runners and bring a change of clothing, a swimsuit and a towel. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Carlie Oyenhart (Painter) - Riverdale Elementary

AFTER CAMP SUPERVISION F150 (3:30 - 5:00 pm) $50 This service is offered to our day campers only. We provide after camp supervision as an extended day option for all camps. Campers will be provided with low-key activities and some down time after a busy day. All campers will be required to be checked out by their parents by 5:00 p.m. This is a per week commitment.

ALL STAR SPORTS S206 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Developing a lifelong passion for sport, recreation and physical activity, in a fun and safe environment, is what this sports camp is all about! Participants will increase their overall level of physical fitness while building strong leadership skills. Our activities cater to the individual level and interests of each group. Campers will participate in a wide variety of different sports including: floor hockey, basketball, volleyball, badminton, introductory touch rugby, ultimate frisbee, frisbee golf, California kickball, soccer, capture the flag and dodge ball. In between the action, players will be taught how to make lifestyle choices that promote nutrition, health, fitness and athletic potential. Participants must wear running shoes and bring extra water or juice. This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Calla Loewen - Southridge School UNDERWATER ADVENTURE S207 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $225 What’s the largest salt water mammal? Does Ogopogo really exist? How deep is the deepest part of the ocean? Join us for a week of underwater adventure and dazzle your family with new facts when you go to the beach this summer!! We’ll turn our classroom into an underwater world, creating fresh and salt water themed art work and create a larger than life 3D aquatic species. Become a junior marine biologist and study oceans, lakes, rivers and the creatures that live within them. Discover what causes an oil spill and how it hurts seagulls, seals and other cute water animals. Learn about the largest garbage pile in the world: it’s in the ocean! Find out how scientists are trying to keep our waters clean and prevent oil spills and other environmental problems. On the last day, create your own new animal that could live in one of the underwater environments we’ve studied and tell your fellow campers all about it! This camp includes daily recreational breaks with water themed games inside and outside. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Victoria Vaillancourt - Surrey School District EXPLORING NATURE AND NUMBERS S208 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $225 This fun camp has a dual focus. First, we will explore the everyday nature and science that surrounds us through a discovery based approach to learning. Campers will uncover new understandings through interactive hands-on activities such as observations and a variety of experiments. The second focus will be to explore numbers and math concepts through playing games and literature. Campers will learn a variety of math games that will practice math skills while having fun. Math will be made fun with stories and games to play with friends and family! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Shannon Painter - Surrey School District NEW DAY, NEW DIRECTION S209 Ages 8 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $325 Are you ready for a new adventure every day? If so, hang on to your hat as we enjoy some sizzling summer fun! Monday we’ll explore “under the sea” at the Vancouver Aquarium with a stop at Lumberman’s Arch. On Tuesday, we’ll hit the wet and wild waves at Watermania in Richmond. On Wednesday we’ll begin the day by taking the False Creek Ferry from Science World over to the H.R.Macmillan Space Centre, where we will learn about the wonders of space, and include a bit of beach time at the end of the day. Thursday we’ll head off to Big Jim’s River Run at Splashdown Park. This amazing week will wrap up with a full day at Playland. All admissions are included. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Dan Gardner - Holly Elementary DIGITAL STORYTELLING S210 Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Digital Storytelling is a known art form of personal, heartfelt expression. Storytellers explore their personal ideas, and discover their artistic creativity while creating short stories. Digital stories will contain a mix of images, text, and recorded narration. Topics range from personal tales to recounting historical events, exploring life in one’s community and family and much more. Campers will have fun being creative, playing games and meeting new friends. Camera is necessary. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Michelle Gill - Harry Sayers Elementary

“Great way to keep a youngster active while on vacation. Awesome!” SCIENCE LABORATORY F120 Ages 11 - 14 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Campers will have lots of fun working on challenging laboratory experiments while learning the basics of science. You will experience firsthand a high school science lab as you conduct an indirect test for metabolism on yeast to find out if yeast can use energy. Become junior engineers with tough challenges that combine motor skills with critical thinking. You will create your own pH indicator, extract strawberry DNA, pretend to be a ‘crime scene investigator’, and deal with all types of chemical reactions. All this and lots more hands on labs which are both fun and educational. This camp will help prepare campers for high school science classes. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Michael DiPietro - Southridge School

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ALL STAR KIDS S204 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 - BLAST OFF into a week of fun filled adventure! Each day is filled with excitement as this theme-based camp provides an entertaining and educational environment that builds self-confidence and promotes cooperative play. • Day 1 - SPACE • Day 2 - BUGS • Day 3 - NATURE • Day 4 - FISH • Day 5 - SPORTS All Star Kids focuses on learning, enhancing skills in language arts, math and science through outdoor adventures, singing, arts and crafts, sports and more! Swimsuits and towels are an absolute must for an afternoon run through the sprinkler. This is an exciting and memorable summer camp experience where new friendships and action are part of every day! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Ana Candido - Iqra Islamic School

ALL STAR KIDS R404 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 - BLAST OFF into a week of fun filled adventure! Each day is filled with excitement as this theme-based camp provides an entertaining and educational environment that builds self-confidence and promotes cooperative play. • Day 1 - SPACE • Day 2 - BUGS • Day 3 - NATURE • Day 4 - FISH • Day 5 - SPORTS All Star Kids focuses on learning, enhancing skills in language arts, math and science through outdoor adventures, singing, arts and crafts, sports and more! Swimsuits and towels are an absolute must for an afternoon run through the sprinkler. This is an exciting and memorable summer camp experience where new friendships and action are part of every day! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Ana Candido - Iqra Islamic School RED! YELLOW! BLUE! I SEE YOU! R405 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Find your colourful side with pencil crayons, oil pastels, paint, papier-mâché and special objects. Campers will focus on the amazing power of colour as they discover their inner creative talent. Storytelling and acting will help campers visualize what they are drawing. This wonderful, colourful art will then be become a back drop to a ‘play’ from a story. Campers can have any level of artistic ability as long as they bring a smile and their creative energy with them. A colour extravaganza will be held on the last day of camps for parents and friends to enjoy the week’s fabulous results. All supplies are provided, but campers should bring a shirt or apron to prevent getting too covered in colour. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Dunja McCrae - Langley Fine Arts

“The camps are very well organized, excellent instructors, and the kids have a great time.” YOUNG SCIENTISTS T316 Ages 10 - 12 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Put on your scientist hat for a week of experiments, dissections, investigations and competitions as we learn about physics, chemistry and biology in a fun setting. This camp incorporates science magic, microscopes, demonstrations and observations as you discover why things work the way they do and what makes science so interesting. Each day you will focus on a different science and at the end of the week we will get out our trusty microscopes to discover the many micro-organisms we can find in pond water. On Thursday we will head off to the UBC Botanical Garden to experience first-hand their food and medicinal gardens as well as their tree top canopy. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Nicole Curtis - Bonaccord Elementary

week 4 july 22-26

9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

DIFFERENT DAY, DIFFERENT ADVENTURE T317 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $325 Are you ready to soak up the summer rays with some amazing and awesome adventures? Each day you’ll head off in a different direction; starting Monday you’ll be hiking and exploring Lynn Valley and visiting the suspension bridges with lunch by the river pools. On Tuesday you’ll head off in a different direction for a wet and wild day at Splashdown Park. Wednesday you’ll enjoy the hands-on exhibits at Science World, and Thursday you’ll head off for a game of bowling in the morning, followed by riding the wet and wild waves at Watermania in Richmond. Wrap up this amazing week of fun and learning by heading off to Playland on Friday for a full day of fun. All admissions are included. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Tamara Pudlas - HD Stafford Middle School

Free Camp T-Shirt provided for all campers!

RED! YELLOW! BLUE! I SEE YOU! S205 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $ 240 Find your colourful side with pencil crayons, oil pastels, paint, papiermâché and special objects. Campers will focus on the amazing power of colour as they discover their inner creative talent. Storytelling and acting will help campers visualize what they are drawing. This wonderful, colourful art will then be become a back drop to a ‘play’ from a story. Campers can have any level of artistic ability as long as they bring a smile and their creative energy with them. A colour extravaganza will be held on the last day of camps for parents and friends to enjoy the week’s fabulous results. All supplies are provided, but campers should bring a shirt or apron to prevent getting too covered in colour. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Julia Bennett - Langley Fine Arts

SOCCER SKILLS AND MIND EXERCISE Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Soccer and math skills are successfully combined in this outstanding camp! In the morning players will head to the field for soccer instruction by the exceptional team from Total Soccer Systems (TSS). TSS Academy is a professionally run soccer development organization located in Richmond, BC. TSS runs soccer training programs throughout the year to help players advance their skills and understanding of the game. The core staff at TSS are full-time coaching professionals who subscribe to a set of beliefs with respect to coaching and development. In the afternoon, players will work on interactive math projects that combine basic math concepts, higher order thinking skills and hands-on fun. They will practice applying their math skills by solving a variety of challenging word problems, puzzles and math/logic games. Please select the appropriate level of camp based on the following descriptions: S211A • Beginner: players who are currently not playing for an organized community soccer club. S211B • Intermediate: players who are currently playing for an organized community soccer club at either the house or bronze level. S211C • Advanced: players who are currently playing for an organized soccer club at the silver, gold or select level. Soccer Instruction: TSS Academy Mind Exercise Instruction: Greg Batt - Harry Sayers Elementary

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Free Camp T-Shirt provided for all campers!

week 1 july 1-5

this camp qualifIES for the child FITNESS tax credit.

9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

KICKSTART TO KINDERGARTEN: AROUND THE WORLD F101 Age 5 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Looking for a fun, active, hands-on, curriculum based summer camp that will help prepare your little one for Kindergarten? Learn all about our wonderful world and its continents as we travel to a new place every day and get ready for kindergarten! Our morning will focus on oral language development, social skills, phonemic awareness and numeracy development through music, cooperative games and daily calendar fun. Afternoons will consist of daily crafts, painting, centres and story time. We will head outside to play with sidewalk chalk, paints, and our water table and just have some free time fun; so pack bathing suits, towel and sunscreen. Join us for this week only or for all three weeks of this Kickstart to Kindergarten Camp. This camp is sure to be packed with summer time fun, friendships and fabulous times! A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Katie Reid - Southridge School

DISCOVER PLANET EARTH F103 Ages 5 - 7 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Discover the incredible way our world works as an alien guest scientist from Planet X. On a one-week journey to Earth you will discover the amazing features through exciting hands-on experiments. You will build a mini-volcano and make it erupt, grow crystals and see how icicles are made. Build a lava lamp and watch the battle between oil and water, and make “oobleck”, a cool substance that has both solid and liquid properties! You will participate in Alien Olympics and “Earth walks” to collect data about our fascinating planet. To round off your alien journey you will collect stamps in your Alien Passport. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Allison Frers - Vancouver School District 10, 9, 8 ... BLAST OFF F104 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Buckle in and blast off with the Southridge Space program! Build your own space craft and use it to defy gravity. Create your very own solar system, make a 3D mobile of the galaxy, sculpt alien life forms and stretch your imagination inventing your very own “Space Race” board game. Explore the fascinating world of outer space through these and many more fun, hands-on activities. This camp is brimming with exploration, discovery, and cross-curricular studies such as: physical education (tag games); math (calculating distances etc); science (making star charts/ constellations, meteors, objects that fly vs. hover etc); art (sculpting, drawing, making 3D mobile); and literature (poetry, fiction, non-fiction, creative writing). This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Victoria Vaillancourt - Surrey School District AROUND THE WORLD IN 5 DAYS! F105 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Get your passport ready! Join us as we explore the globe, learning about different cultures and what it’s like to live and play in distant lands. We will visit China, Japan, Mexico, Australia and North America (North West Coast Native groups). This journey will incorporate geography, language, cultural activities, games and diversity with active, fun arts and crafts and academic tasks. Try sand painting, breaking a piñata, Chinese calligraphy, making a didgeridoo and more fun activities from around the world as we celebrate the nations and what makes each place around the world unique. This is a trip you won’t want to miss. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Ana Candido - Iqra Islamic School JUNIOR ART CAMP F106 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Move over Van Gogh! Junior Art Camp at Southridge is where campers will discover, experiment with and express their artistic talents in new ways. Participants will enjoy working with all kinds of art materials including clay, papier-mâché, pastels, paints, found objects, food colouring and more. On the final day of camp, treat the public to a display of your masterpieces. Our focus is on self-expression; not on having things “perfect”. Be prepared to get dirty so bring a smock, your imagination and a sense of humor. All other supplies are included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Julia Bennett - Langley Fine Arts

week 4 july 22-26

this camp qualifIES for the child FITNESS tax credit.

9:00 AM - 3:30 PM continued ...

SPORTING GAMES AND MORE! F107 Ages 6 - 8 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Developing a lifelong passion for sport, recreation and physical activity, in a fun and safe environment, is what this sports camp is all about! Participants will increase their overall level of physical fitness while building strong leadership skills. Our activities cater to the individual level and interests of the group. Campers will participate in a wide variety of different sports including: soccer, volleyball, badminton, basketball, floor hockey, ultimate frisbee, California kickball (soccer baseball), European handball, dodge ball and other fun and interactive games. In between the action, participants will be taught how to make lifestyle choices that promote nutrition, health and fitness for life attitude. Participants must wear running shoes, bring extra water/juice and pack a healthy lunch that will fuel their bodies for the day’s activities. This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Danielle Fera - Core Education & Fine Arts Jr. Kindergarten READERS’ THEATRE F108 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $225 This exciting camp is designed to help children improve their communication skills through the dramatization of familiar stories. Campers will be engaged in both body and mind as they work to memorize scripts and communicate ideas. Each class will include warm up exercises which incorporate language and movement. Following the warm up, students will hear a story to which they must respond dramatically. Responses will require students to write scripts, rehearse lines and perform for an audience. Daily, movement exercises will help students build self-confidence, while encouraging them to consider posture and proximity when performing. Cooperation will also be enhanced in this camp through team building activities. This is a great opportunity to make friends, have fun and develop language proficiency! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Michelle Gill - Harry Sayers Elementary

BUGS, BUGS, BUGS! F102 Ages 5 - 6 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Have you ever had a butterfly land on your finger? Or a grasshopper jump on your lap? Join us in discovering the wonderful world of insects, spiders and other crawly critters. Using kinesthetic, visual and auditory activities, campers will practice and gain confidence in the following: math skills (addition, subtraction, graphing, sorting, counting), language skills (singing, oral speaking), reading, writing, and fine and large motor skills. Each day will include cooperative physical and social activities such as parachute games, scoops, building blocks, blowing bubbles, imaginary play, catch and much more. Campers should bring a change of clothes, bathing suit and towel each day. Come prepared to meet ‘new creatures’ and make new friends. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Carlie Oyenhart (Painter) - Riverdale Elementary

Free Camp T-Shirt provided for all campers!

DISCOVER NATURE! F109 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Get on board for an exciting opportunity to explore the fascinating facts and extraordinary variety that Mother Nature has to offer. Campers will enjoy numerous engaging activities including outdoor scavenger hunts, games, and field trips designed to heighten their curiosity and enthusiasm for their surroundings. Their creative side will have the chance to shine with a variety of hands-on, colourful crafts using materials personally selected during their explorations. Each day will include a story-time that focuses on the world’s creation, myths and legends, furthering the campers’ appreciation of the many connections between them and their natural world. No boring stories here! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Molly Elliott - Delta School District BE A BUILDER! F110 Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Have you ever wondered how Science World was built? Over the course of the week, you will build your very own town, using mapping skills with the cardinal directions: north, east, south and west. You will put on your civil engineer hats and design roads, parks, buildings, bridges, houses, landscapes and more. Using a project board, you will use flat and 3-D shapes to design, colour, cut and build original 3-D buildings with a variety of materials and shapes at your disposal. Imagination and creativity are your tools as you build your very own 3-D town. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Greg Batt - Harry Sayers Elementary

FOR BODY! FOR MIND! FOR FUN! F111 Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Developing a lifelong passion for sport, recreation and physical activity is what this sports camp is all about! Increase your overall level of physical fitness and learn to make healthy lifestyle choices that promote nutrition and athletic potential all while building strong leadership skills. Activities cater to the individual level and interests of each group. Participate in a wide variety of sports including: floor hockey, basketball, volleyball, badminton, introductory touch rugby, ultimate frisbee, frisbee golf, California kickball, cricket, soccer, capture the flag and dodge ball. Campers will also participate in a variety of interactive math games and activities including the famed Measurement Olympics with the strength of your geometric shapes tested in a tower building competition. Activities are designed to challenge the mind and expand the understanding of mathematical concepts using playing cards, tangrams and several other interesting materials. Participants must wear running shoes and bring extra water or juice. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Chris VanDerWaarde - Harry Sayers Elementary GIRLS RULE! F112 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 We all have our own individual power to make a change in the world through our belief in ourselves and our interaction with others. This camp is designed to address the issues of your development as a girl and provide you with the skills to make positive change in your life and the lives of those around you. You will have a chance to work on team building and leadership skills while playing cooperative games and sports! You will also understand and gain control of your self esteem, self respect, self awareness and be a well adjusted community member. You will become an active participant in your development of skills that will help you effectively deal with the demands that society, media and peers place on you. The camp includes yoga and relaxation, art therapy, problem solving and conflict resolution, as well as team building activities and sports. As well, nutrition, healthy lifestyle, positive body image and socialization skills will round out the many things you can take away from this camp. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Ira Alexandra - Southridge School

DISCOVER PLANET EARTH R408 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Discover the incredible way our world works as an alien guest scientist from Planet X. On a one-week journey to Earth you will discover the amazing features through exciting hands-on experiments. You will build a minivolcano, grow crystals, build a lava lamp and watch the battle between oil and water, and make “oobleck”, a cool substance that has both solid and liquid properties! To round off your alien journey you will collect stamps in your Alien Passport. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor - Michelle Gill - Harry Sayers Elementary

“BEHIND THE SCENES” ART CAMP! F113 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Have you ever wondered how a stage set in a play or a scene in a movie can look so awesome? Join us in this week-long camp to find out. We will explore the exciting world of stagecraft through mask-making, prop construction, set design, scene painting, and more during our very “handson” adventure. Be prepared to get messy as you become a “Behind the Scenes” artist! In this camp you will learn papier-mâché, simple construction and mould-making techniques, as well as design and painting techniques. So if you want to know how to make paper look like metal, wood look like marble, and something new look a thousand years old… plus much more, don’t miss out; join us in “Behind the Scenes: Art Camp!” All supplies are included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Peter Sarganis - Langley Fine Arts STAR WARS SPACE CAMP F114 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 A Long Time Ago, In a Summer Camp Far, Far Away! Welcome to Star Wars Space Camp, where enthusiasts will learn about the Star Wars galaxy and our own galaxy! Campers will choose to be with the Jedi or Sith and create their own Star Wars characters. We will also explore movie special effects and learn how certain scenes from the movies were created. Prepare to be “living” in the Star Wars Universe as we discover our own universe, and learn about planets, stars, moons, nebulas and comets. The camp will incorporate elements of reading, writing, science and technology, but most of all we will have FUN, exploring the amazing world of Star Wars through games and engaging projects! Campers will need to bring a digital camera that can film one to two minutes of video, for one to two days of the camp. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Dan Gardner - Holly Elementary DIFFERENT DAY, DIFFERENT DIRECTION F115 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $325 Are you ready to soak up the summer rays with some amazing and awesome adventures? Each day you’ll head off in a different direction; starting Monday you’ll be hiking and exploring Lynn Valley and visiting the suspension bridges with lunch by the river pools. On Tuesday you’ll head off in a different direction for a wet and wild day at Splashdown Park. Wednesday you’ll enjoy the hands-on exhibits at Science World, and Thursday you’ll head off for a game of bowling in the morning, followed by riding the wet and wild waves at Watermania in Richmond. Wrap up this amazing week of fun and learning by heading off to Playland on Friday for a full day of fun. All admissions are included. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: James Porpaczy - Southridge School HANDS ON ROBOTICS - NXT F116 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $285 If you like solving practical problems and have an interest in the way machines or robots work, this camp is for you! Using Lego’s cutting edge NXT Mindstorms technology, participants will explore the fundamental principles of mechanics, design and programming. Campers will become familiar with input devices such as touch, light, rotation and ultrasonic sensors along with output devices such as motors, sound and lights. They will attempt to meet a daily challenge in which they will build, analyze and program a robot individually to meet the challenge. Use of Southridge Lego NXT kits is included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Paul Kang - Cornerstone Montessori

FUTURE STARS GIRLS BASKETBALL F117 Ages 10 - 14 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Calling all future GIRL basketball stars! If you are passionate about the game of basketball and want to develop your skills to become the best player possible in a positive and fun learning environment then this is the camp for you! Campers will work on shooting, passing and ball handling techniques daily, while learning positional play, transitional play and tips to become a top notch offensive and defensive player. Dynamic warm ups and core conditioning will be taught so you will be able to move quickly, jump higher and beat your defender more effectively. Coach Kristin Hazzard played three varsity sports in university, including basketball, where she was an Academic All Canadian and team MVP. She currently is the Head of the Girls Basketball program at Tamanawis Secondary School in Surrey and has experienced great success as a coach. A variety of different games will be used to teach the different skills and concepts, which makes this camp so much fun! This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Instructor: Kristin Hazzard - Tamanawis Secondary

Register online at www.southridge.bc.ca | 2656 160 St., Surrey, BC | Info Line 604.542.5385

to play Quidditch, learn about the owl post as well as learn the secrets of the Marauder’s Map. Use your imagination to experience a week visiting Hogwarts - where anything can happen. To end this magical camp, compete for the house cup and see who wins at the “end of camp” feast! So don’t be a muggle - grab your courage and sense of adventure and join us as we dabble in the wonderful world of Harry Potter. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Amanda Schaufele - Lena Shaw Elementary

BASKETBALL and MIND GAMES R409 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) $225 In the morning players head to the courts! This action-packed camp is for aspiring basketball players who want to learn more about the great game of basketball from a high level experienced coach. Building on fundamental skills, players will be coached and inspired to raise their game to the next level. Players will be coached in: • “five on five” games • special situation settings • performance skill sessions • team-building exercises Stand out play develops from the mastery of fundamental skills, so Coach Anderson will emphasize the physical, technical, tactical and mental aspects of the game. Confidence on and off the court will be developed through a good understanding of the game, positive relationships created with fellow players and the setting of attainable goals. In the afternoon, players will work on interactive math projects that combine basic math concepts, higher order thinking skills and hands-on fun. They will practise applying their math skills by solving a variety of challenging word problems, puzzles and math/logic games. Instructor: Steve Anderson - Southridge School Instructor: Nicole Johnson - Betty Gilbert Middle School BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL R410 Half Day (9 am to Noon) $145 Ages 7 - 9 (as of 12/31/13) This five day, action-packed camp is for aspiring boy and girl players who want to learn more about the great game of basketball from a high level experienced coach. Building on fundamental skills, players will be coached and inspired to raise their game to the next level. Players will be coached in: • “five on five” games • special situation settings • performance skill sessions • team-building exercises Stand out play develops from the mastery of fundamental skills, so Coach Anderson will emphasize the physical, technical, tactical and mental aspects of the game. Confidence on and off the court will be developed through a good understanding of the game, positive relationships created with fellow players and the setting of attainable goals. Instructor: Steve Anderson - Southridge School INSIDE, OUTSIDE FUN R411 Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $225 If you like to play outdoor games, create, draw, paint and act, then this camp is one you don’t want to miss! Campers will have fun exploring their creative side while using different hands-on materials that include clay, paint, pastels and more! Drama games and activities will keep campers moving indoors, while exciting games such as Frisbee Golf, California Kickball and Capture the Flag will be sure to provide plenty of outdoor recreation! This camp explores campers’ creative and fun sides. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Greg Batt - Harry Sayers Elementary THE SCIENCE OF SENSES R412 Ages: 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $225 This ‘hands-on’ science camp is designed for fun and learning. This is science that you can see, smell, hear, touch and taste! Yes - taste! We’ll bake cookies and make homemade ice cream in a bag. Campers will conduct scientific experiments which allow them to explore their senses through play, arts and crafts. Each day, students will focus on a different sensory organ. Join us, as we create optical illusions, make stink bombs and design experimental models. Many of our activities will highlight similarities and differences between human and animal senses. Students will take home something new to share each day. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Victoria Vaillancourt - Surrey School District SURVIVOR SOUTHRIDGE R413 Ages 8 - 10 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Do you have what it takes to Outwit-Outlast-Outplay? Find out at Survivor Southridge during this exhilarating week where you will bond with your fellow tribe members while learning basic survival skills and participating in various daily reward challenges like building a perfect campfire, tent assembly race and an outdoor scavenger hunt. Assemble your own survival kit, design a tribal bandana, learn vital survival skills and create friendships to last a lifetime. On Friday campers will hike through Campbell Valley Park and use skills they have learned throughout the week. Come learn and play in the best classroom of all… the outdoors! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Chris VanDerWaarde - Harry Sayers Elementary

“My daughter absolutely loved the camp and instructor and was excited to go each and every day.” HOGWARTS ACADEMY AWAITS R414 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $250 Toot! Toot! All aboard! It’s time to travel to the Land of Enchantment featuring Harry Potter. Whimsical Instructor, Head Mistress Schaufele, takes you on an enchanting journey into a land of wizards, magic and fun. Experience a house-sorting ceremony followed by fun-filled days where you will learn magic spells using everyday items, and enter a magical dueling tournament. Campers will learn about the care of magical creatures, create their own wands and capes, create enchanting pieces of art, learn how

BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL R419 Half Day (12:30 pm to 3:30 pm) Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $145 This five day, action-packed camp is for aspiring basketball players who want to learn more about the great game of basketball from a high level experienced coach. Building on fundamental skills, players will be coached and inspired to raise their game to the next level. Players will be coached in: • “five on five” games • special situation settings • performance skill sessions • team-building exercises Stand out play develops from the mastery of fundamental skills, so Coach Anderson will emphasize the physical, technical, tactical and mental aspects of the game. Confidence on and off the court will be developed through a good understanding of the game, positive relationships created with fellow players and the setting of attainable goals. Instructor: Steve Anderson - Southridge School SURVIVOR SOUTHRIDGE R420 Ages 11 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Do you have what it takes to Outwit-Outlast-Outplay? Find out at Survivor Southridge during this exhilarating week where you will bond with your fellow tribe members while learning basic survival skills and participating in various daily reward challenges like building a perfect campfire, a tent assembly race and an outdoor scavenger hunt. Assemble your own survival kit, design a tribal bandana, learn vital survival skills and create friendships to last a lifetime. On Friday campers will hike through Campbell Valley Park and use skills they have learned throughout the week. Come learn and play in the best classroom of all… the outdoors! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Dan Gardner - Holly Elementary

SOUTHRIDGE IDOL R415 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 Do you have “two feet and a heartbeat”? That’s all it takes to participate in our high energy, fun filled dance camp! Each day we’ll listen to songs that you love and learn new hip-hop and jazz dance steps so you can dance just like your favourite pop star! We’ll have a blast exploring movement, pop culture and different forms of dance. No previous dance experience is required. On the final day, you can dress like your favourite pop star and get ready to perform with your fellow campers! This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Karyn Harker - Southridge Teacher-on-call

ADVANCED HANDS ON ROBOTICS - NXT R421 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $285 In the Robotics NXT advanced camp, the campers will take their knowledge of robot building and programming to the next level! They will be engaged in problem solving tasks using Lego NXT Mindstorms robots and programming software. The students will be also introduced to a variety of advanced robot designs, programming, and opportunities to improve their skills. This advanced camp will allow the campers to use existing knowledge from the beginner levels to explore more complicated robot behaviour and programming techniques. Each day the campers will participate in the mini league that challenges their programming and design skills. Use of Southridge Lego NXT kits is included. This camp includes daily recreational breaks and sports play. Previous experience with the LEGO Mindstorms program and the knowledge of how motors, gears, wheels and axles work is essential to enjoy this camp and can be gained in camps F116, S218, T318. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Paul Kang - Cornerstone Montessori

LEARNING TO LEAD R416 Ages 9 - 11 (as of 12/31/13) $225 A journey of 1,000 miles begins with a single step OR with this very special day camp experience! Learning to Lead is for young people interested in building a deeper understanding of themselves and making meaningful connections with others. Students will participate in a variety of dynamic activities designed to increase self-esteem, build relationships and stimulate thoughtful discussion around the topics of leadership, compassion, self-knowledge, cooperation and friendship. Using a variety of interactive games, team challenges and a series of role-playing activities, students will practice conflict resolution, assertiveness skills and decision making. Campers will create a journal to chronicle their own personal growth throughout the week. Campers who choose this stimulating camp can expect activities that provide opportunities for observation, communication, reflection, creativity and movement. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Note: Due to the nature of this course an advanced-intermediate command of the English language is required. Instructor: Shannon Painter - Surrey School District PHYSICAL FUN: HIKING, BIKING, SWIMMING R417 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $285 Join us for a week of learning and physical fun while we hike, bike and swim around the Lower Mainland. Our week begins with a hike on 10 Vistas Trail at Buntzen Lake - the view is amazing! Tuesday it’s off to Teapot Mountain near Cultus Lake for swimming and hiking in a scenic setting. On Wednesday, campers will tackle the famous Grouse Grind and take in the view from the top. Thursday we will head off to Alouette Lake for a hike and some swimming. On Friday, we will start and end our bike trip at the trailhead (40th Ave) and head off to Centennial Beach in Tsawwassen for a day of biking by the sea. Campers must provide their own bicycles. Enjoy physical fun and exciting exploration during this busy week! This camp qualifies for the child fitness tax credit. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Angela Berkley - Southridge School BASKETBALL and MIND GAMES R418 Ages 10 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $225 In the morning players will work on interactive math projects that combine basic math concepts, higher order thinking skills and hands-on fun. They will practice applying their math skills by solving a variety of challenging word problems, puzzles and math/logic games. In the afternoon players head to the courts! This action-packed camp is for aspiring basketball players who want to learn more about the great game of basketball from a high level experienced coach. Building on fundamental skills, players will be coached and inspired to raise their game to the next level. Players will be coached in: • “five on five” games • special situation settings • performance skill sessions • team-building exercises Stand out play develops from the mastery of fundamental skills, so Coach Anderson will emphasize the physical, technical, tactical and mental aspects of the game. Confidence on and off the court will be developed through a good understanding of the game, positive relationships created with fellow players and the setting of attainable goals. Instructor: Steve Anderson - Southridge School Instructor: Nicole Johnson - Betty Gilbert Middle School

GRAPHIC NOVELS R422 Ages 11 - 14 (as of 12/31/13) $285 With titles like Bone building an increasing presence in school libraries, bookstores, and even classrooms, graphic novels are not your Grandfather’s comic book. Academics, school librarians, and literary critics recognize this genre as an engaging mix of art and literature that truly makes reading fun for young people. After a writing and design process, students will create their own short graphic novel by taking photographs, altering them in photoshop, and using a layout application to add dialogue and put their panels into graphic novel format. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Instructor: Richard Kristen - Mulgrave School YOUNG SCIENTISTS R423 Ages 11 - 13 (as of 12/31/13) $240 Put on your scientist hat for a week of experiments, dissections, investigations and competitions as we learn about physics, chemistry and biology in a fun setting. This camp incorporates science magic, microscopes, demonstrations and observations as you discover why things work they way they do and what makes science so interesting. Each day you will focus on a different science and at the end of the week you will get out our trusty microscopes to discover the many micro-organisms you can find in pond water. On Thursday we will head off to the UBC Botanical Garden to experience first-hand their food and medicinal gardens as well as their tree top canopy. This camp includes daily recreational breaks. A good understanding of English is necessary. Note: As part of this camp is conducted away from the school, parents are required to sign an informed consent form. Instructor: Nicole Curtis - Bonaccord Elementary AFTER CAMP SUPERVISION R450 (3:30 - 5:00 pm) $50 This service is offered to our day campers only. We provide after camp supervision as an extended day option for all camps. Campers will be provided with low-key activities and some down time after a busy day. All campers will be required to be checked out by their parents by 5:00 p.m. This is a per week commitment.

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WAYS TO REGISTER

Camp Information Rules AND Policies All campers enrolled in Southridge Summer Camps agree to abide by all rules, regulations and standards of conduct required by the staff of the camps, for the enjoyments and benefit of ALL participants. Campers whose conduct is disruptive or otherwise not acceptable, may be asked to leave. Parents or guardians must sign an informed consent form for those camps that are held in part or in full, off the premises.

1. ON-LINE www.southridge.bc.ca

and recreational opportunities for all students ages 4 - 16

• Quick and easy registration • Secure on-line payment with Visa or Mastercard • Confirmations sent within 24 hours when e-mail address provided. • To make changes please call: (604) 542.5385

We Strive • to offer a safe and nurturing environment • to deliver an exciting, memorable summer

POSSIBLE CHANGES AND CANCELLATIONS Southridge School reserves the right to limit the number of students and change instructors where necessary. Southridge reserves the right to adjust camp content if deemed necessary. Southridge also reserves the right to cancel camps due to insufficient enrollment or unavailability of instructors. If this situation arises, camps will be cancelled by the previous Monday by 3:30 pm one week before the start date of the camp and every effort will be made to find a suitable substitute camp. If a suitable substitute camp cannot be made, then all fees for the cancelled camp will be refunded.

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experience in an atmosphere of energy, purpose, creativity and innovation

• Please make all cheques payable to Southridge School. We are unable to accept post dated cheques.

We Believe

Once registration has been processed (whether on-line or through our office), transfers between camps can be made free of charge until June 17th. After June 17th all transfers (for any reason other than a transfer as a result of a camp cancellation) will be subject to a $25 service charge. Transfers cannot be done on-line and must be made through the Summer Camp office. Please call Lisa Boudot at 604-542-2303. Transfers can only be made up to one week before the commencement of a camp, provided there is sufficient room in the preferred camp.

3. FAX (604) 535.3676 Confirmations sent within 24 hours when e-mail

• in the values of truth, tolerance, respect and

address provided.

compassion consistent with the mission of Southridge School • self-confidence, self-esteem and new friendships are benefits of camp attendance • the arts, physical activity, academics and community service develop well-rounded citizens

• Registration CANNOT be taken over the phone. RECEIPTS Camps are tax deductible under child care.

REFUND POLICY Please request any refund in writing at least 14 days before the commencement of the camp. There are no refunds within the two week period before the first day of the camp. There will be a $25 administration charge per camp for refund application.

Info LinE: (604) 542.5385 We are unable to accept registrations over the phone.

CAMPER Registration: Please complete one registration form for each child.

E-mail inquiries: summercampinfo@southridge.bc.ca

All camps are Monday to Friday 9:00am - 3:30pm unless stated otherwise

Bring your own bag lunch, snack and refreshments. For outdoor camps please bring sunscreen and a hat.

Please arrive 15 minutes early on the first day.

Camper Information • Bring a bag lunch, snack and refreshments. • Bring a hat and sunscreen as campers will be outside at some point. • Arrive 15 minutes early on the first day. • Informed consent forms must be signed by a parent or guardian for those camps being held in part or in full away from school premises. • Campers must be picked up promptly at 3:30 unless they are registered for after camp supervision.

SOUTHRIDGE SUMMER CAMP LOCATION 2656 160th Street, Surrey, BC V3S 0B7

T 604 535 5056

www.southridge.bc.ca

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WAIVER: I hereby authorize my child to attend and participate in a camp(s) at Southridge School. I know of no mental or physical problems which may affect my child’s ability to participate safely in the camp. I consent to such medical treatment of my child, in the event of emergency, as the attending physician may advise. I will be responsible for any medical or other charges in connection with his/her treatment or attendance at the camp. I acknowledge that the camp has the right to deny admission or dismiss any participant from the camp. I, the undersigned, am aware that there is a certain risk of injury involved in my child’s participation in an activity, and by signing this document, I waive and release any and all right and claim for any damages of any sort or any other claim or remedy of any sort I may have against Southridge School, its directors, officers and staff, in connection with my child’s participation in the camp. My child and I agree that any pictures and video taken by the camp can be used in any promotion or advertisement for the camps. By signing below, my child and I agree to abide by all the rules, regulations, financial policies and standards of conduct as described in the Southridge Summer Camps brochure and registration form.

I have read and understand the RULES & POLICIES on CHANGES, CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS.

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“Thank you for opening up the school over the summer to all the children in the community. It was great to experience the Southridge culture and values firsthand. Well done!”

Week 3 July 15 - 19

Week 4 July 22 - 26

“Top camps in the city!”

“The best camp that White “Fun and challenging, Rock/South Surrey offers. well run with great They have the best teachers leaders and and fun, informative days!” volunteers.” “Good value, engaging, fun, educational – an all around great experience for kids.”

“It’s awesome!

MEDICAL: Please list medical history/conditions Does your child have allergies Yes ■ Does your child have anaphalaxis Yes ■ Does your child carry an EPI PEN Yes ■ Is your child on medication Yes ■

Week 2 July 8 - 12

Professionally operated, well planned, age appropriate, enjoyable and worth the value.”

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Week 1 July 1 - 5

DayCamps

“I would highly recommend the camps because Southridge is a wonderful place full of nice people and the best place for kids to enjoy their summer and learn at the same time.”

Mail-In Registration 2013

To be processed, each application must be dated, completed, and signed by the child’s parent or legal guardian.

2013

Everyone Welcome!

• qualified, dedicated teachers and instructors • first-class facilities and equipment • a commitment to offer outstanding educational

“I have found the Southridge Summer Camps to be well organized and beyond expectations! They are very good value.”

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2013 Summer Camp Brochure