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Summer Art Click
Do you enjoy taking pictures or even just being on technology all the time? This camp may be for you. Boost your creativity and tech skills with this fun art camp. You will learn photography tricks, tips, digital photo editing techniques, and digital art programs. What you learn in this camp could lead to taking family portraits, senior or prom pictures, creating logo designs or digital illustrations, all of which could turn into an art career one day.
Students in the Summer Art Click will be added to an Art Click Haiku Page. Each week, you will be given a different Photography or Digital Art challenge via easy to follow, step by step demonstration videos. Students who sign up for Art Click will need to have access to the internet as well as to some form of digital camera (a cell phone or tablet camera will work). You will upload your artwork files to Haiku where you will receive peer and teacher feedback.
When: July 2nd - July 30th
Where: Virtual (PowerSchool Learning/Haiku)
Ages: Rising 7th - 12th Grades
Facilitator: Cortney Nunn
Splash Into Reading
Does your child need to learn or review letters and letter sounds? Lets SPLASH into Reading this summer by learning our alphabet letters and letter sounds! Learning letters and letter sounds is an essential skill that helps children be able to decode words and become fluent readers!
When: June 8th - July 24th - Tuesdays and Thursdays - 10AM - 11AM (most weeks)
Ages: Rising 1st - 2nd Grade (or any beginning reader)
Facilitator: Carmen Chamberlain
Come Read, Come Create, Come Alive!
Have you ever read a book and when you finished you were ready to create something? At camp, we will be reading stories and talking about all of the things that make each book unique. After reading, we will create a special craft that goes along with each story! This will be a fun way to remember the story, retell the story, and bring it to life as we share with our family and friends! Let's get crafty with literature!
When: June 15th - 19th
Ages: Rising K - 3rd
Facilitator: Stacey Marion
Feeling Stressed? Stress Management 101
Learn that feeling stressed is a natural emotion and everyone feels it. This session will help you to learn about stress and how to manage it through different strategies. Learn coping strategies and how to build your stress management toolkit so you can be ready to handle any situation that comes your way.
When: June 15th - 26th
Ages: Rising 6th - 12th Grade Students
Facilitator: Hayley Zurita
If There's A Math Problem, Yo, We'll Solve It!
Need a review or want to master those 4th Grade math skills? Join me for a 4th Grade review of multi-digit multiplication, long division, multi-step word problems with the four operations, and work with fractions.
When: June 8th - July 3rd
Location: Virtual - Google Meet Tuesday and Wednesday - 10AM - 11AM
Ages: Rising 4th - 6th Grade Students
Facilitator: Heather Tucker
Summer is a great time to dive into art and design. In Art Explorations, you will create specific art forms varying weekly, all the while developing your skills and learning alongside fellow art explorers. Whether you explore 2-D, 3-D, mixed media, or even technology-based art, it's all up to you the artist.. You'll be able to choose from a variety of themes for your project as your facilitator helps you perfect your technique. Be ready to create Art and to have fun learning about it.
When: July 13th - 16th
Ages: Rising 5th - 12th Grade Students
Facilitator: Wanda Bowman
Have you ever wondered about random facts of the world? Why are bowling shoes slippery? Why do skunks stink? Who is Uncle Sam? Come engage in a summer of wonder. Each week, we will dive into a new topic, where we will learn vocabulary, engage in learning activities (both indoor and outdoor), and make connections to our world.
When: June 8th - July 3rd - Google Meets Tuesdays/Thursdays for one hour (choose one)
Location: Virtual - Google Classroom - Google Meet
Ages: Rising 4th - 7th Grade
Facilitator: Rhonda Taylor
Camp Mend It
Do you have a child that is interested in the medical field? Do you want your child to know about body systems and basic life-saving skills in a fun way? SCS nurses are here to help! Join us for virtual medical-related games, basic first aid and CPR, medical equipment knowledge, and more. We will make models of how organs work; learn to measure temperature, heart rates, and respiratory rates; make a first aid kit at home, and participate in weekly google meets for health-related activities and discussions.
When: July 1st - 31st
Ages: Rising 4th - 5th Grade Students
Facilitator: Katie Key
Power Up - More Than Sports Camp!
Don't sit around, bored, all summer long. Let's move more this summer with fitness games and workouts especially designed for kids. In this camp we will focus on fitness, nutrition, and teamwork. Participants will be introduced to new fitness options such as yoga, zumba, ninja and more. Students will also spend time learning about nutrition through a variety of hands on learning experiences.
Participants will meet, virtually, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for approximately 30 minutes. Other activities will be facilitated via Haiku.
When: June 8th - July 31st
Ages: Rising K - 5th Grade Students
Facilitator: Summer Kreeger
Minecraft Summer Designers' Club
Top Chef: Summer Cooking (FULL)
We are excited to announce that we will be offering an exciting culinary camp, online, this summer. Campers learn how to prepare a variety of meals, starting from scratch. They will also learn proper food safety and sanitation requirements, food preparation skills, basic knife skills, how to read a recipe, and how to use kitchen equipment and tools. Each day we will focus on a different topic such as Mexican Cuisine, Italian Cuisine, American Cuisine, and Confection Creativity Cupcakes. All meals and snacks will be provided.
Target Audience: Rising 6th - 12th Graders
Camp Date and Time: June 22nd - 25th, 8AM - 3PM
Camp Facilitator: Sabrina Wilmoth
Whose Camp Is It Anyway? (Drama Camp)
Building Number Sense in the Primary Grades: Can We Build It? Yes We Can!
Number sense is important because it encourages students to think flexibly and promotes confidence with numbers. Students who lack a strong number sense have trouble developing the foundation needed for simple arithmetic, let alone complex mathematics. Number sense develops gradually , over time, as a result of exploration of numbers, visualizing numbers in a variety of settings and relating to numbers in different ways. In order to help fill the gap, I will use strategies such as modeling different methods of combining and decomposing numbers, having students calculate metally, discuss the different ways to compute numbers and sharing their thinking, math talks which will give students the opportunity to show there is more than one way to find the answer.
When: June 9th - July 2nd, Google Meet on - Tuesday , Wednesday, Thursday 10:30AM - 11:30AM
Ages: Rising K - 1st Grade
Facilitator: Mrs. Renee Bowman
Fun Building Reading Fluency
Fluency is important to gain strong comprehension skills. When a child becomes more fluent, they can then focus more on the story. Fluency helps a child build a bridge between automatically recognizing the words they read and understand the meaning of the text they read.
Facilitator: Mrs. April Payne
When: Google Meet on - Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
Dates: June 8th - July 3rd - 10AM or 6PM
Ages: Rising 1st - 2nd Grade
Fun with Math: Standard Algorithm
In second grade we teach addition and subtraction to students mostly using different strategies such as base ten blocks, number lines, and place value. Students do not work with the standard algorithm until the fourth quarter of school. Due to COVID-19 this was not taught sufficiently enough for our 2nd graders going into 3rd grade. I feel that this gap will affect our students starting 3rd grade. Also, any 3rd grader that still needs this concept would benefit from this Opt-In opportunity.
Facilitator: Mrs. Paula Sigmon
When: Google Meet on - Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Dates: June 8th - July 3rd - 1:00PM
Ages: Rising 3rd - 4th Grade
A Journey Through North Carolina
Did you know that North Carolina is called The Tarheel State and is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world? There are many other exciting things to learn about your home state! Let's take a journey through North Carolina over the next four weeks to learn about it’s three regions, beaches, symbols, as well as famous individuals who call North Carolina their home state. The Old North State forever! The good Old North State!
Facilitator: Mrs. Heather Tucker
When: Google Meet on - Monday & Thursday
Dates: June 8th - July 3rd - 10:00am-11:00am
Ages: Rising 4th - 6th Grade
Fun with Multiplication/Division, Fraction Work, Force and Motion, and Ecosystems
In fifth grade we are required to teach multiplication and division. Students struggle with these basic computations. I want to help them understand the process and become more successful with solving these basic problems. Fractions is also a difficult concept for students to understand. I want to work on all computations with fractions so that students will have a better grasp on it for sixth grade. Force and motion was a standard that we did not get to do an efficient job at teaching, so I would like to review that standard. Finally, I would like to end with a fun week working on ecosystems. Students are required to retain an abundance of vocabulary, hopefully I can help them better grasp it.
Facilitator: Mrs. Amy Clement
When: Google Meet on - Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
Dates: June 8th - July 3rd 1:30PM
Ages: Rising 4th - 5th Grade
Building Reading Skills with HillRap
The HillRAP program practices phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension skills. HillRAP starts with basic skills (letter names and sounds, rhyming words, decoding, etc.) and progresses. The program is designed for four students at a time. However, while four students are working at the same time, the skills are individualized for each student. Therefore, students progress at their own pace. This allows for students of different levels to be in the same group. Ideally, HillRAP should be used for 45 minutes daily.
Facilitator: Ms. Laura Goings
When: Google Meet on - Monday-Thursday
Dates: June 8th - June 22nd
Time: 8:30 or 9:30 or 11:30 (three different groups)
Ages - Rising 1st - 5th Grade
Titanic: Voices from the Past
Why: Come take a dive into the history of the Titanic. Get to know what life was like aboard the ship as well as its passengers and some of the survivors. We will be reading Titanic: Voices from the Disaster by Deborah Hopkinson and use the book to sharpen our informational text skills.
Facilitator: Mrs. Andrea Hudson
When: Google Meet on - Monday & Thursday
Dates: June 8th - July 3rd
Time: 1:00PM - 2:00PM
Ages - Rising 5th - 7th Grade