Join us on campus from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm June 19 -30 for all things Theatrical and fun!
We are excited to announce our upcoming Theater Summer Camp for students aged 8 to 14! This camp will be a wonderful opportunity for your child to learn theater skills, while also enjoying traditional summer camp fun.
We are THRILLED that Shari Cohen will lead our theater camp this year! Shari’s has years of experience working with students ages 7 to adult. Campers can expect to learn performance skills, play theater games, and create a magical experience for audiences.
Our camp will be held from June 19 through 30 with performances on the final evening of camp. Camp hours are 8am to 5pm each day, see the schedule below. Breakfast and community wake up will happen from 8-9, theater classes from 9-12:30 and lunch and traditional camp activities from 12:30 – 5:00. Students will have the opportunity to continue their theater projects during the afternoon on their own if they desire.
While we’ll have plenty of snacks on hand throughout the day to keep everyone fueled and energized, parents will still need to pack a lunch for their child each day. We recommend a balanced meal with plenty of protein and fresh fruits and vegetables, to help keep your child fueled and focused throughout the day.
We believe that our Theater Summer Camp is the perfect opportunity for your child to develop new skills, make new friends, and have a great time this summer. We hope to see you there!
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Cori Simons at email@example.com. Thank you for your interest in our camp, and we hope to see your child this spring break.
The cost for this camp is on a sliding scale, please choose the option that reflects what your family is able to pay. No REACH student will be turned away for lack of funds.
Students should arrive at Theater Camp with warm clothing, closed-toed shoes, a lunch, sunscreen, and a water bottle. Additional suggestions for items may arise at the time of the camp, and campers will be notified as things change.
Schedule (May be subject to change):
8:00- Arrival & Breakfast (Oatmeal or waffles with fruit) in Room 9
8:30- Good Morning Yoga & Storytelling
9:00- Scheduled Activity
12:00- Quiet Time for TK
3:30- Free Choice
Q: Are we required to attend all 5 days of camp, or can we sign up for just a few?
A: You can choose 5 or fewer days. If you are going for the full week, purchase the full week ticket. If you are planning for just a few days, please select the number of “day pass” tickets you need and indicat which days you plan to attend.
Q: Will snacks be provided?
A: Breakfast will be provided for all students. There will be extra snacks for students who need them, but please do try to send your child with a full lunch and enough snacks for the whole day.
Q: Can I pick my student up earlier than 5:00 pm?
A: Yes, organized activities, will take place in the morning, and the afternoon will have more open-ended play. Organized activities will end at 3:30, after which they will have Free Choice. If you need to pick them up before 5:00. please connect with a staff member to make sure we get your sign-out.
Q: Can non-REACH students attend Winter Camp?
A: Yes! Please make sure their names and parent contact information are included when you sign up.
Q: What room(s) will the camp be in?
A: We will start our day in Room 9 (the long pink building with the kitchen in the Middle Campus). Activities may also take place in room 4 across the walkway, and room 6 (the regular Aftercare room).
Q: Will all age groups be together?
A: The kids will spend most of the day together in one group, however, younger students will have extra time for resting part way through the day, and may spend time separately doing other, age-appropriate activities at certain times.
More questions? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Camp Waiver & Release form found here must be completed and returned before your child can be dropped off for their first day of camp. Printed copies are available in the office.