June 17th - 20th
Explore the wonders of tropical rainforests while you learn about animals, insects, food products and people who live in the rainforest. Discover that things you use every day come from the rainforest, then draw and paint many beautiful flowers, birds and other animals that live and grow there. Finally, answer these important questions: Why do we need the rainforests on our earth? What can we do to help preserve or save the rainforests?
Week Three June 17th - 20th
2nd - 4th Grade
Coded Summer Camp is a program designed to provide students with hands-on experience with a variety of technologies including: building mobile apps and websites, Virtual Reality, robotics, and computer science basics. Students will focus on the fundamentals of being a developer all while learning code, logic, math, and problem-solving skills. This program also teaches you what VR is, how it works, and how to navigate this new and exciting technology! Each student will receive personalized instruction and collaborate with their peers. This camp builds confidence and creativity all while teaching students to think like a programmer. Come make new friends and learn the languages of the future!
Instructor, Alexander Khan CEO, Coded
Art Nature's Palette
Instructor, Lisa Quagliozzi, Visual Artist & Art Educator K-12 Licensed
Summer Writing Boot-Camp with Rhett Tenney
6th - 9th Grade, 9:00 am - 11:00 am
For Students Entering 2nd - 4th Grade
Instructor, Cosgriff Teacher - Mary Williams and Professional Musician/Composer - Scott Larrabee are both trained in the Music Words Opera© Program by Utah Symphony l Utah Opera™
*Coordinated with Paula Fowler, Director of Education & Community Outreach at Utah Symphony l Utah Opera™
Middle School - High School
Join Claire Donnelly and Amy Royer for some introductions to sewing this summer. Amy Royer is a faculty member at Salt Lake Community College, teaching fashion design and sustainable fashion.
Learn the ins and outs of all different aspects of the fashion industry. In this class you will learn about: Textiles and make a small swatch book. Fashion illustrations also known as Croquis pattern design, being able to conceptualize a 2D fabric into a 3D shape. Cut and sew, come home with a simple sewn garment. No sewing experience necessary. Supply list to follow
Instructors, Claire Donnelly and Amy Royer
3rd - 5th Grade
Girl Power summer camp is all about loving yourself and learning new things. Throughout the week, girls will understand the importance of self-care and self-love through small lessons and crafts. Activities will include; life skills, arts and crafts, dance, yoga and mindfulness*, health and fitness. Crafts include- vision boards, mandalas, dream catchers, homemade face masks. This summer camp is all about friendship and fun, and empowerment! Activities will vary based on the week and age group.
Instructor, Emily Ellis is a certified Child Light Yoga and Mindfulness instructor and our P.E. teacher at Cosgriff.
Middle School, Summer Reading and Discussion Groups
Week Three, June 17th - 20th from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon
6th - 8th Grade
Students will read, discuss, analyze and complete summer written assignment for required reading for the 2019 - 2020 school year.
● 6th Grade: Fish in a Tree, When My Name Was Keoko
● 7th Grade: Wonder, Among the Hidden
● 8th Grade: The Book Thief
Instructor, Rhett Tenny