S ullins Academy Summer at Sullins Donna Arnold- Summer Camp Director

S ullins Academy
Summer at Sullins
Donna Arnold- Summer Camp Director
E-Mail [email protected]
Phone (276) 669 - 4101
Fax (276) 669 - 4294
Sullins Academy is happy to welcome Donna Arnold as the
2014 Camp Director. Donna brings with her over 32 years
of experience in sports and recreation management and
administration. Donna played tennis at ETSU and then
went on to coach on the collegiate level (ETSU and
Presbyterian College) from 1981 - 2000. Following her
coaching career she worked as the YMCA Senior Director
of Programs, Sports Director and Special Events Director
in Laurens, South Carolina. Donna is currently teaching
tennis at The Country Club of Bristol in addition to
organizing special events and offering ladies and youth
tennis clinics. We are happy to have Donna at Sullins!
This summer Sullins Academy has partnered with
Bricks 4 Kidz® locally owned by Corey Smith and
Angie Grubbs. Corey and Angie purchased the
franchise in April of 2013 after realizing the void in our
area of activities their children would enjoy. Bricks 4
Kidz is an educational program that uses LEGO® and
DUPLO® Bricks to teach children the basics of science, technology, engineering, and math. The activities are designed to trigger young children's lively imaginations and build their self-confidence in a fun atmosphere.
For more information on Bricks 4 Kidz® please visit
This summer we have teamed up with former pro basketball player, Justin Wimmer. Justin attended the
University of Memphis where he played basketball for the Tigers. After graduating he played professional
basketball in Austria and Spain before returning to the United States to play in Des Moines, Iowa and
Memphis, TN. Wimmer coaches a 16U AAU girl’s team which has competed nationally for the last 12
years. Of the young ladies Justin has coached, 47 have gone on to play in college and 17 of those to a
Division 1 school.
We are thrilled to announce, Sullins Academy has partnered with Wm. King Museum of Art for our
summer art camps. The WKMA is the premier visual arts facility in the region, offering outstanding fine
world art, contemporary regional art and cultural heritage exhibits. The WKMA is dedicated to utilizing
innovative programming to engage, educate and enrich the quality of life of local residents of all ages
through the arts. This year WKMA instructors will come to the Sullins campus and work with students
ranging in age from three to ten hoping to foster a love and appreciation of the arts. For more information
on the museum visit www.williamkingmuseum.org.
Shaun Chase may be a familiar face for those who have played with the Bristol Lacrosse Club but you
may not know that he played in college for Quinnipiace University and in graduate school for Hofstra
University Zarb School. After graduation he has played for multiple teams in the New York City area and
on a tournament team traveling across the country. Chase now lives in Bristol
Camp Reminders & FAQs
All area children are welcome at Sullins Academy Summer Camps. We provide
quality, safe, fun summer days for your child.
Please use your child’s age at the time of camp to decide the appropriate camp. If
you have questions regarding scheduling please contact Camp Director.
Space is limited so register soon!
Please know that any and all camp sessions are subject to cancellation if student
minimum attendance numbers are not met.
Children must be able to use the restroom independently to attend summer camp.
Each camper will receive one summer camp t-shirt at the beginning of their first
week of camp.
We will provide a snack and plenty of water! Lunch is not provided.
Campers ages 3 - 5 should bring a backpack with their name on it and a change of
clothes in case of accident.
All campers should bring a bag with any individual items (sunscreen, hat, etc.) you
feel they may need- please label.
Campers attending sports camps MUST wear tennis shoes!
Camps are separate from summer child care. Children’s Center is available before
and after camp sessions for an additional fee. Please refer to the back of the packet for more information.
Camp tuition must be included at the time of registration. Once we receive your
completed form and payment you will be sent e-mail confirmation.
Sullins Academy maintains a nondiscriminatory policy towards the admission of students to the programs and activities of the school. Students of any race, color, creed, sex, or national origin may be
To register, return this form with payment to: Sullins Academy
Child’s Full Name
22218 Sullins Academy Dr. Bristol, VA 24202
T-Shirt Size
Date of Birth
Current School
Grade in August 2014
List any allergies
Person(s) authorized to pick up
(List full name and phone numbers)
Tuition must be paid at time of registration
Tuition Refund Policy:
Full refunds will be issued only if notification is given in writing on or before June 1st. After June 16th, there will be no refunds.
I grant permission for my child to be included in school pictures and give permission for those
pictures to be used by the center/ school.
Signature: ______________________________________ Date: _____________________________
June 16 - 20
 Music & Movement
 Fashion Design
 Basketball
 Tennis ( 1-3 p.m.)
June 23 - 27
 PeeWee Sports &
 American Girl® Fun
July 7 - 11
 LE’GO to the ZOO!
 Bricks 4 Girlz
 Lacrosse
July 14 - 18
 Art FUNdamentals
 Angry Birdies/ Bag Piglets
 Lacrosse
July 21- 25
 Junior Brick Adventures
 So Surreal (Art)
 Mining & Crafting
July 28 - August 1
 PeeWee Kempo Karate
 Space Adventures
 Golf & Swim
August 4 - 8
 PeeWee Tennis
 Kempo Karate
 Drama Fun
Total ______________($150/ wk.)
June 16 - 20
Location: Sullins Academy 22218 Sullins Academy Dr. Bristol, VA 24202
Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (**Unless noted otherwise)
Tuition: $150 per week
Music and Movement - Elizabeth Roberts
Ages 3 - 5
We will move and groove to the alphabet, numbers and much more! We will become one harmonious
group and show you what we have learned with a performance on Friday. The brain likes rich
experiences. Young children must be engaged with activities that are playful and fun. Studies have
shown that sensory stimulation is critical - the more pathways activated to the brain, the more likely the
message will get there. Come join Mrs. Roberts as we exercise our bodies and our brains and have a
bunch of fun!
Fashion Design - Jennie Jessee
Ages 6 - 10
Create. Design. Sew. Children will learn the fundamentals of fashion, make-up application, and healthy
body image during this camp. They will learn to sketch clothing for their own portfolio, create jewelry,
make a handbag, design a t-shirt, and sew a cover-up. Students will end the week on the runway
sporting their own creations!
Basketball - Justin Wimmer
Ages 8 - 13
We’ve teamed up with former pro basketball player, Justin Wimmer, for this Basketball specific camp.
This week of training specializes in fundamental individual skill development and is customized for all
skill levels and positions. Through years of playing, training and coaching, Justin Wimmer has
developed his own unique style and method of teaching the game of basketball. It is Justin’s mission to
create fundamentally strong athletes as well as mentor good character and moral principals by teaching
solid basketball skills through professional, knowledgeable and positive coaching for both girls and guys.
Whether you’re a beginner wanting to learn the ins and outs of the game or a 6th grader hoping to make
the team next year, we can help you meet your goals!
Tennis Clinic ** - Donna Arnold
Ages 6 - 13
**This camp will take place from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Donna Arnold will teach campers the fundamental skills of tennis: forehand, backhand, serve,
volleys, game rules, scoring and lots of FUN will be the gist of this camp. Tennis shoes must be worn
and dress for the weather. Bring a hat, sunscreen, and water bottle. Balls and rackets will be provided.
June 23 - 27
Location: Sullins Academy 22218 Sullins Academy Dr. Bristol, VA 24202
Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (**Unless noted otherwise)
Tuition: $150 per week
PeeWee Sports and Games - Donna Arnold
Ages 3 - 5
Campers will receive age appropriate instruction in a variety of indoor and outdoor sports and
games. Each day the fundamental skills of a different sport will be covered as well as cooperative
learning games, relay races, hand/eye and foot/eye coordination activities, and more! Your child
will have fun and nap well! Tennis shoes, sunscreen, and a water bottle are needed.
American Girl® Fun - Jennie Jessee
Ages 6 - 10
The American Girl® stories teach girls useful lessons about friendship, and this camp celebrates
that aspect of the popular series. Each girl will try her hand at some of the crafts and hobbies that
will connect her to history through American Girl® Fun. They will make yarn dolls like Kirsten and
Marta and create pretty bracelets like those that Julie Albright might have worn. After decorating
their own sunhats and miniature garden pots, the girls will plant seeds and talk about gardening like
Caroline and her cousin Lydia in the early 1800s. If your daughter adores playing with her
American Girl® dolls and listening to their stories, then you have found just the camp for her.
July 7 - 11
Location: Sullins Academy 22218 Sullins Academy Dr. Bristol, VA 24202
Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (**Unless noted otherwise)
Tuition: $150 per week
LE’GO to the Zoo! - Bricks 4 Kidz
Ages 3 - 5
Join Bricks 4 Kidz® as we build some of our favorite animals from the Zoo using DUPLO®
Bricks! This camp is designed to create a time of fun and learning for children ages 3 - 5. Each
day incorporates music, stories, crafts and creative play. LEGO® is a registered trademark of the
LEGO® group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse these programs.
Bricks 4 Girlz - Bricks 4 Kidz
Ages 5 - 12
Grab your friends and come hang out with us for a girls-only week of crafting and creating with
LEGO® brand’s newest line of girl-themed models. Build adorable houses, cafes and more for a
brand new cast of female characters including Olivia and all her friends. We’ll do lots of other
unique things with bricks, from jewelry making to brick art and origami, with a take-home project
each day. And don’t worry… there are NO BOYS ALLOWED! LEGO® is a registered trademark of
the LEGO® group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse these programs.
Lacrosse - Shaun Chase
Ages 6 - 13
The Summer Lacrosse Camp will be a skill set specific program helping players develop and
improve all aspects of their game; from catching and throwing to offensive and defensive
strategies. This week will include the basic mechanics of catching and throwing as well as stick
break-in & modification. We will overview all positions: attack, midfield, defense, and goal. From
beginners to more advanced players, this camp will teach the basics or will help hone basic skills.
July 14 - 18
Location: Sullins Academy 22218 Sullins Academy Dr. Bristol, VA 24202
Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (**Unless noted otherwise)
Tuition: $150 per week
Art FUNdamentals - Wm. King Art Museum
Ages 3 - 5
Explore the fundamental elements of art like color, line and shape and learn the lingo of art by
exploring drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture and collage projects. A variety of playful projects
will bring the fundamentals of art to life!
Angry Birdies/ Bad Piglets - Bricks 4 Kidz
Ages 5 - 12
Enter the world of Angry Birds® and Bad Piggies®… the Bricks 4 Kidz way! Campers will be
challenged to physically build and destroy a level from the popular game of Angry Birds. Set your
birds to flight by launching them on catapults and slingshots to destroy pigs. Build a working
launcher to create things to knock them down. Campers will have the ability to build different
colored birds using LEGO® bricks, along with our proprietary model kits. Angry Birds and Bad
Piggies are trademarks of Rovio Entertainment Ltd. © 2009 - 2013 Rovio Entertainment Ltd. which
does not sponsor, authorize or endorse these programs.
Lacrosse - Shaun Chase
Ages 6 - 13
The goal of this camp is to provide all players with a fundamental understanding of the game and a
basis for further development and advancement. This week will be more concepts and
applications of the basics. We will play 4 on 3, work on fast breaks, 6 on 6 - motion offense,
clearing, and riding. The prior week of basic lacrosse knowledge is not required, but may be
helpful for a beginning player.
July 21 - 25
Location: Sullins Academy 22218 Sullins Academy Dr. Bristol, VA 24202
Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (**Unless noted otherwise)
Tuition: $150 per week
Junior Brick Adventures - Bricks 4 Kidz
Ages 3 - 5
Join us as we take our imaginations on a new adventure every day where we’ll explore and create
using DUPLO® Bricks! Spend the week discovering creatures from Under the Sea and Fun at the
Farm, to exploring the worlds of Dinosaurs, Pirates and Princesses. This camp is designed to
create a time of fun and learning and incorporates music, stories, crafts and creative play.
LEGO® is a registered trademark of the LEGO® group of companies which does not sponsor,
authorize or endorse these programs.
So Surreal! - Wm. King Art Museum
Ages 6 - 10
Delve into the fantastical world of Surrealism! Campers will learn about the artists who started the
surrealist movement and explore their fantastical creations. Drawing from famous works for
inspiration, campers will create their own dreamscapes, create fantastical creatures and much
Mining & Crafting: Adventures into the World of Minecraft Bricks 4 Kidz
Ages 6 - 12
Minecraft is a game about creating anything you can imagine. Experience the world of Minecraft
with LEGO® Bricks! Kids will start by crafting their shelters and some of the mobs, critters and
tools using LEGO® Bricks. Campers will face new challenges each day, building motorized Bricks
4 Kidz® models and crafting key elements from the popular Minecraft game. Minecraft is a
trademark of Notch Development AB which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse these
July 28 - August 1
Location: Sullins Academy 22218 Sullins Academy Dr. Bristol, VA 24202
Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (**Unless noted otherwise)
Tuition: $150 per week
PeeWee Kempo Karate - Chris Massie
Ages 3 - 5
We had to bring back last summer’s most popular camp! Chris Massie with Mountain Empire Kempo Karate will once again be instructing our Lil’ Dragons camp. This camp will help your
children develop the skills they will need to succeed in school; skills like following directions, getting
along with others, and raising their hands when a question is asked. They will also learn how to
show respect towards their teachers and authority figures by saying, “Yes, Ma’am” and “No, Sir”
when answering questions. Lil’ Dragons is also a great release for the active child in your home.
Space Adventures - Bricks 4 Kidz
Ages 5 - 12
Inspired by NASA and Star Wars™ our Space Adventures Camp is packed full of models that will
make your imagination blast off! Each day, campers will learn about real-life space exploration and
build models related to the NASA space program. In addition, the day includes LEGO® Star
Wars™ themed games and challenges. The Bricks 4 Kidz® Space Adventure camp provides the
spark of imagination and creativity to take off on an adventure that’s out of this world!
LEGO® is a registered trademark of the LEGO® group of companies which does not sponsor,
authorize or endorse these programs.
Golf & Swim - Allen Fennel Jr.
Ages 6 - 13
Campers will meet at the Country Club of Bristol. Campers will receive instruction from PGA
Professional, Allen Fennel, each day will include basic stroke instruction in golf and an hour of pool
time. Swim instruction available. Please arrive in golf attire and bring swim gear and sunscreen.
Golf clubs will be available as needed.
August 4 - 8
Location: Sullins Academy 22218 Sullins Academy Dr. Bristol, VA 24202
Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (**Unless noted otherwise)
Tuition: $150 per week
Quick Start Tennis - Donna Arnold
Ages 3 - 5
Quick Start tennis using foam balls, small racquets, a lower net, and smaller courts are perfect for
learning the basic skills of tennis. The QuickStart Tennis play format is designed to help children
find success from the very first swing. QuickStart Tennis appropriately scales down all aspects of
regulation tennis so that the game becomes specifically tailored for their age and size.
Kempo Karate - Chris Massie
Ages 6 - 10
Chris Massie with Mountain Empire Kempo Karate is back! This program will help your child get
into better shape, improve coordination, build strength, and become more flexible. Not only that,
your child will learn to focus, treat others with courtesy and respect, be humble, and persevere in all
circumstances. Your child will be challenged to new heights of excellence in our fast-paced classes. Each class will keep your child motivated, enthusiastic, and ready to excel on the mat as well
as at home.
Drama Fun - Erin Looney
Ages 6 - 10
Was your child created to be on stage acting, singing, and dancing? This exciting camp will
enhance your child’s skills while learning techniques of improvisation, voice projection and dialect,
movement, and stage presence. Students will explore theatre through singing, dancing, and acting
by appearing in an age-appropriate mini-musical at the end of the week.
Sullins Academy Children’s Center
2014 Summer Information Sheet
Sullins Academy Children’s Center offers summer childcare service for children 3 to 13 years of age and
is licensed by the Virginia Department of Social Services. All children must be self-sufficient in the bathroom. Accidents do happen, but if they are reoccurring (3 in one week), the child will have to stay home
until he or she is completely toilet trained. On a daily basis, the same staff will be in charge of the children in order to promote security and familiarity with the caregivers. We maintain a ratio of at least one
adult per 10 children. Our main concern is always the safety and welfare of each child.
ENROLLMENT APPLICATION form must be completed with allergy information included.
(N/A must be placed in all blanks that are not applicable.
Select pricing option and sign application.)
 Physical required on all new students (Preschool-8th) who have not had a physical and do not have
immunization data updated within the year prior to enrollment.
 Students may not use the Center until updated medical records are received.
 Once enrolled, students must continue to update immunizations annually.
COPY OF LEGAL DOCUMENT, such as DIVORCE DECREE or CUSTODIAL ORDER, if custodial parent requests that the other parent not be authorized to pick up the child.
PROOF OF IDENTIFICATION (Birth Certificate) must be viewed and documented by authorized staff
within seven days of initial attendance by VA State Law, if not enrolled at Sullins.
NON-PRESCRIPTION, before the center can administer it. Medicine must be completely labeled and in
its original container. If medicine needs to be refrigerated, the parent or authorized person should notify
the Center staff members. Medication will be properly stored according to licensing regulations. The
Center will not administer expired medication.
For prescription medication that is given routinely, a separate form for long term medication signed by
the physician must be on file at the Center prior to administering the prescription. If a child must take a
specific medication for a specific condition (fever, headaches, bee sting, etc.), the medicine needs to be
kept in the Center and must have an authorization form on file. Should there be a change in the
medication please notify the Center immediately.
Full day monthly payment in the Children’s Center includes:
 Caring, dependable staff available from 7:30-5:30 daily
 Exciting activities all summer
 Healthy snacks provided daily
Sullins Academy Children’s Center
2014 Summer Information Sheet
Sample Schedule for Children’s Center
Drop-off, Free time (centers, games, puzzles)
Activities (academic/creative)
Snack time
Activities (academic/creative/physical)
Rest time for younger children/activities for older children
Snack time
Free time (pick-up)
Hourly cost for drop in students is $8.00 per hour.
Items to bring for Children’s Center Summer Session:
 A labeled, complete change of clothes
 Labeled sleeping mat, blanket and/or pillow are recommended for children - rising Kindergarten and
 A packed morning snack and lunch if staying past 12:00 noon
 Sunscreen and/or insect repellent– must have parents’ written authorization and bottle must be
labeled and sent from home.
 Water bottle
 Tennis shoes (strongly recommended for safe play)
The Center will be open from 7:30 a.m – 5:30 p.m. Monday – Friday unless otherwise noted. Parents of
attendees should come in and pick up via the Main Entrance using security code.
All summer session fees may be billed to your Sullins Academy account or you can pay by check made
payable to Sullins Academy. The summer session charges will be $500 per month for June, July, and
August. The second and subsequent child/children will be billed at a rate of $400 per month. If
registering for less than a full month, the cost per week is $150.00 per child. These rates do NOT
include the price of camps. Each camp will be an additional $100 per week and your child will need
to be signed up separately.
For planning purposes, please complete the registration form and submit before June 1, 2014.
Sullins Academy/Children’s Center maintains public liability insurance for bodily injury with a limit of
$1,000,000 each occurrence and a $2,000,000 aggregate limit.
The Center will bill each month, at the first of the month, for all childcare services provided the prior
month. After an account is past due over 60 days, children will not be allowed to attend the Center until
the account is paid in full. Checks should be payable to Sullins Academy.
Sullins Academy Children’s Center
2014 Summer Information Sheet
The Center closes promptly at 5:30pm. A late fee of $5.00 per 5 MINUTES will be charged for pick-ups
past 5:35pm. Repeated tardiness will result in inability to use the Center. If a child is not picked up by a
parent or authorized adult by 5:35pm, a staff person will attempt to contact the parent. If authorized
persons cannot be reached, the emergency contact will be telephoned and asked to pick up the child
immediately. After the emergency contact person picks up the child, the staff will continue to try to reach
the parent. If these attempts are not successful, the emergency contact person will be asked to notify
the parent. If no one can be reached to pick up the child, the staff person will remain at the Center with
the child until contact is made.
Staff persons are certified in first aid and CPR through the American Red Cross.
Any minor injuries or complaints will receive first aid at the Center.
If medical attention is required, the parent/authorized person will be asked to pick up the child
immediately. If time does not permit pick up by the parent/authorized person, an ambulance will be
called and the parent notified of the situation.
If a child has an elevated temperature of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher and/or the child does not feel
well enough to participate in normal activities, the Center staff will contact the parent and require that the
child be picked up immediately.
All children in attendance must abide by the rules posted in the Center. Any problem will be discussed
with the parent or authorized adult, and appropriate action will be taken. In addition, the following
behaviors are unacceptable:
Disrespect for equipment and materials
Disrespectful and ill-mannered behavior toward a teacher or another student
Verbal harassment
Physical confrontations
Malicious practical jokes
Vulgarity or profanity
Use of contraband substances
The Center does not assume responsibility for personal items such as jewelry, hair bands and toys
brought from home. Parents must put child’s name in all clothing and personal belongings.
Sullins Children’s Center is not responsible for any child in the school building or outdoors who is not in
the care of the Center at the time.
The Center staff reserves the right to report any suspected incidence of child abuse in accordance with
Section 63.l-248.3 of the code of Virginia.
(This information pertains to the Sullins Children’s Center and the Sullins Academy Preschool.)
The Commonwealth of Virginia helps assure parents that child day programs that assume responsibility
for the supervision, protection, and well-being of a child for any part of a 24-hour day are safe. Title
63.1, Chapter 10 of the Code of Virginia gives the Department of Social Services authority to license
these programs. While there are some legislative exemptions to licensure, licensed programs include
child day centers, family day homes, child day center systems, and family day systems. The state may
also voluntarily register family day homes not required to be licensed.
Standards for licensed child day centers address certain health precautions, adequate play space, a
ratio of children per staff member, equipment, program, and record keeping. Criminal records checks
and specific qualifications for staff and most volunteers working directly with children are also required.
Standards require the facility to meet applicable fire, health, and building codes.
Compliance with standards is determined by announced and unannounced visits to the program by
licensing staff within the Department of Social Services. In addition, parents or other individuals may
register a complaint about a program which will be investigated if it violates a standard.
Three types of licenses may be issued to programs. Conditional licenses may be issued to a new
program to allow up to six months for the program to demonstrate compliance with the standards. A
regular license is issued when the program substantially meets the standards for licensure. A
provisional license, which cannot exceed six months, is issued when the program is temporarily unable
to comply with the standards. Operating without a license when required constitutes a misdemeanor
which, upon conviction, can be punishable by a fine of up to $100 or imprisonment of up to 12 months or
both for each day’s violation.
If you would like additional information about the licensing of child day programs or would like to register
a complaint, please contact the Regional Office of Social Services closest to you.
Abingdon Licensing Office
190 Patton Street
Abingdon, Virginia 24210
(276) 628-5181
Sullins Academy Children’s Center
2014 Summer Registration
Sullins Academy
Attn: Children’s Center Summer Registration
22218 Sullins Academy Dr.
Bristol, VA 24202
Child’s Full Name
Date of Birth
Current School
Grade in August 2014
List any allergies
Person(s) authorized to pick up
(List full name and phone numbers)
The costs of activities and daily snacks are included for all children enrolled full-time in Children’s Center summer session. If
registering for a full month, the cost per child will be $500 per month. Second and subsequent child/children will be billed at a
rate of $400 per month. If registering for less than a full month, the cost per week will be $150. The cost of summer camp
is not included in the Children’s Center rate. Each camp will be an additional $100 per week and you will need to register
your child separately for summer camps.
Please indicate which months and/or weeks your child will be attending Children’s Center. Please complete a separate form for each child.
June $500
July $500
August $500
 June 2 - 6
 June 30, July 1,2,3 (closed 4th of July)  August 4 - 8
 June 9 - 13
 July 7 - 11
 August 11 - 15
 June 16 - 20
 July 14 - 18
 August 18 - 22
 June 23 - 27
 July 21 - 25
 August 25, 26 (School begins 8/ 27)
 July 28 – August 1
Children’s Center staff has my permission to apply:
Sunscreen _______ YES _______ NO Insect Repellent _______ YES _______ NO
Signature: ____________________________________________ Date: _____________________________
I grant my permission for my child to be included in school pictures and give permission for those pictures to be used by
the center/ school.
Signature: ____________________________________________ Date: _____________________________
Sullins Academy
Summer Schedule Tuition Scenarios
$500 per month
Children's Center Only
7:30 am - 5:30 pm
$150 per week
$40 per day
$8 per hour
Summer Camps Only
Children's Center Plus Camp
Tennis Clinic
* Multiple Children Discount:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
$150 per week
$500 + $100 per week of camp:
**$50 discount for camp if signed up for
Children's Center: 7:30 am - 9:00 am
month of children's center
Camp 9:00 am- 12:00 pm
Children's Center + 1 week of camp: $600
Children's Center 12:00 pm - 5:30 pm Children's Center + 2 weeks of camp: $700
Children's Center + 3 weeks of camp: $800
Children's Center + 4 weeks of camp: $900
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
10% off 2nd Child Tuition
15% off 3rd Child Tuition
$100 per week