Week One June 3rd - 6th
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 inspired by Nature
5th - 8th Grade
A look at Modern Artists such as Paul Klee & Wassily Kandinsky inspired by nature and the landscape.
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™
CREATION! With Mrs. Debbie Hogan
Journey through the beauty and perfection of God's creation while using your own creative talents in art, poetry, prayer, and movement. At the end of the week you will take with you your own handmade "Creation Story" book based on Genesis 1 in the Bible.
Music, Movement, Art, and Authors
A Summer of Exploration for Children 2nd - 4th Grade
Children will enjoy classes filled with nature hunts, songs, games, crafts, and literature. From the "Morning Stretch" and "Story Time" to "Art Hour" and "Poem Power," participants will sing, create, and run and play their way through summer mornings designed to entertain as well as cultivate a love of the natural world -- and the literature that celebrates it!
Skills explored: reading fluency, comprehension and analysis, forms of poetry, and creative writing.
Students will learn poetic forms, be exposed to classic and modern poets and authors, and create a piece of art which will be the inspiration for their own work of poetry!
Instructor, Kimi Mayo
This will be a class focused on learning history through the women that lived it. We will use music, art, primary sources, and historical events to explore history through the eyes of women in the world. We will delve into why certain eras, events, and people become history. We will also explore the roles women have played in the world, and why their lives were the way they were. For example, we will look at women rulers and movement leaders, and also the lives of everyday women in cultures as far as Ancient India and as close as the American Founding Mothers. This class will have creative, multimedia projects.
Instructor, Abigail Clayton
Middle School, Summer Reading and Discussion Groups
Week One, June 3rd - 6th 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
The Art and Math of Making a Mural