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Spring 2017 Vacation Days
We are offering vacation day programming to grades K-6 on the following days:
Spring Break | March 20 – 24
Spring Break | March 27 – 31
Spring Break | April 10 – 18
Spring Break Single Day Vacation Days | April 17 & 18
Camp options for students in Grades 1-6:
Morning Half Day Full Week (9am-12pm)
Afternoon Half Day Full Week (1pm-4pm)
Full Day Full Week (9am-4pm)
Camp options for students in Kindergarten:
Morning half day full week (9am-12pm)
For parents interested in full day full week camp, please sign up for half-day AM and half-day PM on the same week.
Extended Day Hours
Extended hours are available from 8:15-8:45 AM (for $15) & 4:00-5:00 PM (for $25).
If interested, please click here to fill out a form indicating your preferences at least 24 hours prior to the date you need extended care.
Spring Break Camp Options:
Grade K: AM PreRobotics will be offered on all Spring Break weeks and single day vacation days.
Grades 1-2: AM WeDoRobotics & PM Coding will be offered on all Spring Break weeks and single day vacation days.
Grades 3-6: AM EV3 Robotics & PM Coding will be offered on all Spring Break weeks and single day vacation days.
Grades 3-6: PM Stop Motion Animation will be offered on March 27 – 31 and April 10 – 18.
A sample schedule of our vacation day is as follows:
9:00am-12:00pm: LEGO® Robotics**
Students design, construct, and program interactive, autonomous robots using LEGO® parts, motors, sensors, and LEGO® software.
12:00pm-1:00pm: Lunch and Recess
Weather permitting, we will visit the Frederick Douglass Playground which is a block away.
1:00pm-4:00pm: Coding & Video Game Design
Students will create their own engaging, interactive animations and video games complete with characters, settings, obstacles, and controls using MIT Media Lab’s Scratch software.
– Students should be reading on a first grade reading level for Scratch programming.
– Student games will be uploaded to the Scratch website so they can show their friends and family.
– Students should bring a NUT-FREE lunch and 2 snacks.
– Please note that LEGO® robotics projects cannot be taken home.
To register, please click on the grade level and technology that you are interested in below.