Westside School Summer Programs 2015
Westside School is hosting a plethora of exciting camp options this summer, don't miss out on your opportunity to register and join us at Westside for a summer of Adventure! Scroll down to check out the whole range of Adventure Camps and Specialty Camps hosted at Westside this summer.
You can visit our registration homepage here.
For Adventure Camp Registration, click here.
July 27-31: Creatures and Critters
Have you ever held a blue-tongued skink? Seen an otter play with its toy ball? Been up close and personal with owls, parrots, and eagles? This week, we’ll do all this and much more as we meet the many creatures and critters of Seattle.
August 3-7: Iron Chef: Westside School
Come join us for a week of culinary arts and gustatory delights as we cook and eat our way through Seattle. We’ll learn how to bake, blend, and especially taste our favorite flavors, all the while learning from experts. Bon Appetit!
August 10-14: Wild World of Sports
From the Mariners to the Seahawks, the Sounders to the… Sonics, Seattleites live for their sports! Come learn about the greats and play and practice your own skills with us as we take it to the next level.
August 17-21: Weird and Wicked Science
Sometimes, science seems like pure magic! We’ll practice our lab methods, conduct bizarre experiments, and explore the weird, wicked world of Science!
August 24-28: The Last Hurrah!
Summer isn’t over until the very end, so we’ll take our last week to shout one last hurrah! We’ll head to the beach, climb the hills, and celebrate like it’s the endless summer we all dream about.
Clay Animation Network Camps (www.cancancancan.com)
Dates: July 27 through July 31
Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Ages: kindergarten through fifth grades
WHO? A summer camp for rising sixth, seventh and eighth grade Westside School students and Mary and Lauren (your fearless leaders!)
WHERE? Westside School (current campus) and surrounding parks on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.On Tuesday and Thursday, we plan to take excursions to nearby mountains but pick-up and drop-off will always be at Westside School.
WHAT? A week of exploring, creating and playing.The theme of the week is to embrace the present moment and find ways to fully engage, experience and awaken the senses.We will strengthen our mind and body with yoga and meditation; develop a sense of place with nature journaling and hiking; and express our creativity with watercolor art and knitting. No experience necessary in any of these things, just a willingness to try!
WHEN? Monday July 27- Friday August 1, 2015, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
WHY? Because it will be awesome and FUN! And.... You will learn and practice tools to help you to embrace each and every day, be healthy, manage stress and develop a deeper connection to your home, the magnificent Pacific Northwest.
WHO ARE LAUREN AND MARY?
Lauren Sherwonit is the sixth grade STEM teacher and also a Kripalu certified yoga instructor and a Wilderness First Responder. She loves sunshine, yoga, rock climbing, cooking and hiking.
Mary Kratz is the Middle School Spanish teacher who loves practicing yoga, knitting, tea parties and being outdoors. She is Wilderness First Aid and CPR certified.
Come for four days of skills, drills, and fun with coach and athletic director Mike Thomas. Camp is open to incoming 4th graders through incoming seventh grade students. Camp hours are 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, Monday July 13 to Thursday July 16. Drop-off and pick-up will take place in the gym at the E.C. Hughes building.
We offer before and after camp childcare for most of our camps, as well as Sing Out Seattle. Check out hours, dates, and availaility here. Sing Out Seattle before and after camp care registration here.
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