Camp Overview Swim and tennis specialty camp Eight (8) week program-May 29-July 20 Integrated Math, Reading and Character Education Participation is required Ratio of 1:8 No supplies needed Positive attitude and enthusiasm for learning
Food Breakfast and lunch served everyday Breakfast 8-8:50 Hot lunch 12-1:20 Community snacks- sign up
Field Trips Fabulous Fridays- field trips Parent(s) may attend, but no transportation Field trips additional cost Cash only as payment Wear camp t-shirt
Payments Payments are due every Friday No cash Money orders or cashier’s checks (City of Atlanta) Inform about child’s absence Pay for week child returns in advance Arrive by 9:00 am and pick-up by 6:00 pm Late fee of $20 after 6 Sign-in and out everyday (ID)
Dress Code and Discipline Flip flops are not safe (pool) Tennis participation Swimwear and towels No bathing suits Hats inside are inappropriate All pants on waistline Immediate form of contact-parent’s notified immediately of any situation
Field Trips and Events Date Description Cost Departure/Time End/Return No field trip for the first weekJune 8 Southern Bell Farm $10 8:30 2:00June 15 Lake Lanier Aquatic Studies $10 9:30 2:00June 22 Stone Mountain Park $20 9:30 4:00June 29 World of Coke $10 9:30 2:00July 6 MetroLanes TBA TBA 4:00July 13 Dunwoody Nature Center $10 TBA 2:00July 18 Closing Ceremony Free TBA TBAJuly 19 Swim Competition and Free 10:00 TBA CookoutJuly 20 Movies at ATL-Ice Age $10 TBA TBA Continental Drift
Daily Schedule 5 and 6 7 and 8 9 and 10 11 and 12 7:30-8:00 Sign-In 8-8:50 Breakfast 9-10:20 Tennis Reading Swimming Science10:30-11:50 Math Tennis Reading Swimming 12-1:20 Lunch 1:30-2:50 Reading Swimming Science Math 3-4:20 Swimming Science Math Tennis 4:25-4:35 Snack 4:40-5:50 Science Math Tennis Reading 5:55-6:00 Parent Pick-Up
Character Education Week Word DescriptionJune 1 Courtesy/Civility Polite, civil, and courteous behavior towards others in words and action.June 8 Respect for Appreciation for the importance of and effort Learning and involved in acquiring knowledge. Showing high Punctuality regard for the worth of promptness.June 15 Leadership The ability to take on every task with a sense of purpose and caring for those around them.June 22 Self-control The power to direct or regulate your actions and emotions.June 29 Cheerfulness/ Good humored, bright and pleasant. Realistic Positive Attitude positive confidence of feeling toward one’s self.July 6 Service to Others Useful, usable, and required duty to others.July 13 Gratitude A feeling of thankful appreciation for benefits received.July 20 Cooperation/ Working together for a common purpose. The Sportsmanship ability to take winning and losing without gloating or complaining.