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Summer Camp at St. John's

St. John's Parish Day School offers eight fun-filled weeks of camp for children ages 3 1/2 to entering Kindergarten in Fall 2019. Starting June 10th to August 2nd. Register by March 29, 2019, for 10% Early Bird Discount. Email questions to summer@stjohnspds.org 
 
To register: download and print 2019 Summer Camp registration located in the next section below. Online registration coming soon. After registering, please be sure to complete these two required forms:
 

After you've filled out the Camper Health History Form, if you've indicated your child requires medication (like inhalers and EpiPens) at camp, please also fill out thMedication Administration Authorization Form in the section below.


Your child will love our weekly thematic camps!
 

Week 1-June 10-14: A Camping We Will Go

Pitch your tent, grab your fishing pole, and join us by the campfire as we discover all the fun to be had while camping. We'll explore nature, go on a hike around campus, and learn that marshmallows aren't just for eating. Don't forget your binoculars! 

 

Week 2- June 17-21: Woodland Adventures! or What's in the Woods?

Join us this week for a woodland adventure! We will be focusing on ecosystems, what they are, and the animals and plants that are comprised in them. We will explore woodlands through a fun week of interactive classroom activities. Campers will earn badges throughout the week and become Junior Forest Rangers!

 

Week 3- June 24-28: Are We There Yet?

Have you ever wondered what it would take to journey across the country? This week of camp will explore just that! We will map out where we want to go, what we should pack for the ride, and what we should travel in to get there! Are you ready to take a trip with us?

 

Week 4- July 1-3: USA! USA! USA!

Campers will have a blast celebrating the 4th of July at St. John's. We can't wait to see your best red, white and blue outfits! In addition to all the fun, we will be learning more about this holiday, American history, and what it means to be an American today. This week is sure to be a blast.

 

Week 5- July 8-12: Happy Birthday Elmer!

Join us this week to celebrate 30 years of Elmer the Elephant, by author John McKee. McKee has written and illustrated 39 books featuring the beloved Elmer, who teaches children to celebrate being unique. This week of camp will certainly be colorful as we read Elmer books, create works of art, and discover how each of us is special in our own way.

 

Week 6- July 15-19: Fabulous Fins!

This week we will dive into exploring the oceans and all our finned friends that live there. Did you know that fish aren’t the only animals that live in the ocean? This week we’ll learn about all sorts of fabulous fish, mammals, reptiles and even cephalopods. In addition to all the fun, we’ll learn how we can help to protect the oceans for our finned friends.

 

Week 7- July 22-26: Dino Roar!

Have you ever wondered how big the Dinosaurs were? Come find out! This week we will put on our paleontologist hats and learn all about the prehistoric reptiles; from the ferocious Tyrannosaurus Rex to the enormous Diplodocus.

 

Week 8- July 29- August 2: More Mo!

Join us this week as we read about our favorite Mo Willems’ characters: Pigeon, Piggie, and Elephant. We will discover why Pigeon should not drive a bus and why Piggie makes Elephant sneeze. As we get to know these adorable characters, we will also learn what it means to be a true friend!

Counselors
Many of our counselors are St. John's teachers who lead classrooms during the academic year. Other counselors are members of our before and after care staff who are on our campus throughout the year. 
 
Morning snack is provided for all campers. Full-day campers bring their own afternoon snack. All campers bring their own lunch. St. John's Parish Day School strives to be a nut free environment - nut products are NOT permitted.
 

About Our Camp Director

Mrs. Alison Enokian returns for her 7th year as Summer Camp Director. Having been with St. John's since 2003, she is an experienced teacher with a talent for music. During the academic year Mrs. Enokian leads the Early Childhood music program.
 
For questions, contact our Camp Director.