LIONS SUMMER CAMP
Lions Camp offers loads of FUN in a SAFE environment for children in grades K-8th grade. Our camps offer a variety of activities to keep all campers active while having a great summer. This summer our camps will be directed by Ms. Ericka Smith. Registration will be completed online.
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 7:30am-5:30pm
Weekly Cost: $175 per week (price varies with 4th of July Week and Week 10)
Drop In Rate: $50 per day (Drop ins are accepted Monday-Friday)
Camp Begin / End dates: 10 week program that begins 6/4/18 and runs through 8/10/18
Camp Programing: 9:00am-4:00pm
LIONS CAMP: Lions Camp is dedicated to providing an appropriately safe, caring, and enriching environment for the campers. Each week campers will jump into age-appropriate games/ activities based around weekly themes (listed below). This year our camp is divided into two sections. Students will identify with the grade they just completed, K-5 (Cubs Camp) and our 6-8 (Camp Courage). Morning snack and Lunch will be provided by our “Campus Grille.”
CUBS CAMP (K-5TH GRADE): Provides campers with all your favorite camp traditions, plus the best trained counselors and volunteers. Campers will participate in field games, creative arts, group activities, exploring nature, and much more! Campers will also continue to experience local field trips and trips to the pool!
CAMP COURAGE (6TH-8TH GRADE): Campers will be involved in service projects, age appropriate games and activities, and may include educational and historical field trips. Camp Courage campers will be a part of an environment where relationship building and community is encouraged.
*LION ATHLETIC CAMPS:These camps will be run separately as evening clinics this year. Coaches will advertise and promote opportunities to be involved in developing skills. Cost: $50.00 (email: Ms. Miranda Tilley at firstname.lastname@example.org more details!)
SNACK SHACK: A time for all Lions’ Camp campers to purchase an afternoon snack – available at 4:00pm.
REGISTRATION: Must be completed online. A one-time registration fee of $50 must be paid.
VOLUNTEERS: Lions Camp offers volunteer opportunities for 9th -11th graders. A volunteer application must be submitted and an interview will be set-up with Ms. Ericka. (email:email@example.com a volunteer application)
SUMMER SCHOOL OPPORTUNITIES: There will be for credit and non credit opportunities this summer. The high school courses will offer 1 credit or .5 credits depending upon the material.
DESCRIPTIONS WEEK BY WEEK!
May 29-31 Extended Day
This is an on campus offering that provides supervision for students while our camp counselors prepare for 10 weeks of summer camp fun! Students will have activities here on campus and off through our Extended Day program, providing a safe and fun environment prior to camp kicking off. Cost: $35 per day
June 4-8 All Aboard the Summer Train!
Come aboard the Lions Camp summer train as we embark on a ten week adventure! This week we will imagine our adventure to West Virginia enjoying a train ride and learning about animals when we visit Dan Nicolas Park for our field trip
June 11-15 What’s Your Emoji?
Nothing like NEW YORK to determine what is my Emoji… the theatre, shopping, fine arts and music as we jump into excitement at “Surge” the newest Trampoline Park
June 18-22 Moovin’ and Groovin’
Ahhh yes we are off to MICHIGAN this week on our adventure. Known for Michigan apples and reminiscing the 50 and 60’s as we roller skate at Skate Haven.
June 25-29 Sweet Taste of Summer
Here we go down to the LOUISIANA “deep south” for a Sweet Taste of Summer! We will treat our taste buds with the sweetness of “ice cream” for our field trip at a local ice cream shop.
July 2-6 Stars and Stripes
Happy Birthday America! That’s right… the Stars and Stripes are big and bright deep in the Heart of TEXAS, which is our destination this week. Celebrating our Country and good ole American food.
July 9-13 Buggin’ Out
Where’s the buzz this week? We are headed to Cali --- or as listed on the map –CALIFORNIA. We will visit the Children’s Museum and learn about the creepy crawly things.
July 16-20 Christmas in July
North to ALASKA…go north the rush is on with … let’s see what little nuggets we can find as we go ice skating for our field trip.
July 23-27 Under the Sea
Fish, eels, sea horses and mermaids too… we are off to FLORIDA this week to learn as we baste in the Sun for Fun at the Greensboro Science Center
July 30-August 3 Exploring the Great Outdoors
ARIZONA and the Grand Canyon is where we are headed on our train this week. We will explore the great outdoors and see the glorious wonders of God in our field trip to Sci-works.
August 6-10 That’s All Folks! – Cartoons
Home Sweet Home…we are back in NC – God’s Country – we will enjoy the birds singing, blue skies, green grass and the Carolina Blue breeze. Field trips each all around town.
Camp Courage (6th-8th grade)
Camp Courage campers will mimic the weekly themes listed above. The morning will include themed activities tailored and designed toward their interest and ages. Service projects, historical and educational field trips, and weekly devotions at the public library are just a few items listed on their agenda!
Field Trips: Will include trips through Down Town Winston exploring art and history, The Reynolda House, Wake Forest, and local shops. Camp Courage Campers will have the ability to partake in choosing service projects that focus on the community.