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Summer @ Sayre
June 5-August 4, 2017

Imagine a summer filled with making friends, having fun and learning new skills in a safe and positive environment! Sayre’s unique downtown location makes field trips rich in history and arts an integral part of the program. Whether your child wants to attend a day camp with friends for the week, to explore an area of special interest, or to play a new sport, they’re sure to find something they love in one of the summer programs at Sayre.

Camps for 2017

Little Safari, Ages 2-5

Weeks of June 5-August 4, 2017

Little Safari Camps are FULL

Summer Safari is filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The $190 fee for the week includes lunch, snack, and all field trip costs. Siblings discount of $180 for each additional child. There is a non-refundable registration fee of $100 per child.

Let us know who referred you on the registration form, and we will send them a discount coupon toward their Summer Safari fee. 

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The themes and activities vary from week to week, and there is no repetition of the material covered. Summer Safari is a state-licensed program that may be enjoyed for one week or any number of weeks.

Weekly Themes for Summer 2017

Big Safari, Ages 6-11

Weeks of June 5-August 4, 2017

Big Safari Camps are FULL

Summer Safari is filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The $190 fee for the week includes lunch, snack, and all field trip costs. Siblings discount of $180 for each additional child. There is a non-refundable registration fee of $100 per child.

Let us know who referred you on the registration form, and we will send them a discount coupon toward their Summer Safari fee.

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The themes and activities vary from week to week, and there is no repetition of the material covered. Summer Safari is a state-licensed program that may be enjoyed for one week or any number of weeks.

Weekly Themes for Summer 2017

Bricks 4 Kidz, Ages K-5

Week of July 17-21

Bricks 4 Kidz classes provide an extraordinary atmosphere for children, where we learn, we build, we play… with LEGO® Bricks. Programs are built around our proprietary model plans, designed by engineers and architects, with exciting themes such as space, construction, and amusement parks.  Our specially designed project kits and theme-based models provide the building blocks for the Bricks 4 Kidz approach to educational play. At Bricks 4 Kidz, we believe that kids learn best through activities that engage their curiosity and creativity.

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Chess Camp, Active Learning

Week of July 31

Chess instructors from all over the country teach children of all abilities in the USAChess summer chess camp. Experience chess lessons and play in a fun filled environment. Each day consists of chess instruction and competitive play. Experienced instructors, selected by USA Chess for their ability to make chess fun, teach the game to players of all levels in week-long chess camp programs. Lessons are tailored toward the skills of the children. Whether your child is a casual chess player or tournament participant, this exciting enrichment program will improve every child's game. Instructors use a range of teaching tools including demo boards, computer tutorials, worksheets, stories and historic games to keep class time exciting. Each half-day consists of two hour-long chess lessons tailored to the ability of the children and one hour of practice to play against other students and instructors. USA Chess camps are a perfect way to give children a fun week of learning chess while challenging their minds! ALL CAMPERS RECEIVE A CHESS SET, NOTATION BOOK, T-SHIRT, AND TROPHY!

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Video Gaming, Active Learning

Week of July 31

Children learn about game design, its history, and different types of games and then they actually program their own video game in this day long adventure in learning. Children (ages 8-16) start with basic commands and, in a step-by-step progression, the games come to life. They will also learn about different game types, and the process of game design. Campers chose which video game creation software they will work with. Game choices include: "Gamebuilder Video Game Creation- the Arcade Style Game" using Gamemaker. In this game each level of the game is programmed on a single screen (like Asteroids, Centipede, or PacMan). Or students can chose Video Game Creation: The Platform Style Game (also Gamemaker): an introductory platform style game where the game's character walks jumps and progresses along a scrolling screen encountering other objects and enemies along the way (Like MarioorSonic). We also offer two Kodu game creation choices. Kodu is a unique video game creation program developed by Microsoft. It is fun and easy to learn. Children have a blast building their own worlds and then adding the characters who interact, do battle, race, or whatever the child envisions. Kodu game creation camps include the Go Cart Style Game and the Adventure Game. In the Go Cart Style Game children create a game where characters race a clock in one level to fill a factory and then in the next level race carts like in Mario Kart. In the Adventure Style game, children create a first person maze game. ALL CAMPERS RECEIVE A T-SHIRT, COMPLETION TROPHY, AND INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO DOWNLOAD AND PLAY THEIR COMPLETED GAMES.

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August Spartan Summer Slam Basketball Camp, K-8th Grade

August 7-9
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Children grades Kindergarten through Grade Eight enjoy three half days of summer slam basketball. Cost is $75.

Rob Goodman- rgoodman@sayreschool.org (859)621-5296
Jason Nahra- jnahra@sayreschool.org
Charles Thomas- cthomas@sayreschool.org

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For more information on any of the summer programs, please contact Andy Fitch, Summer Programs Director, at o. (859) 254-1361 ext. 260 or 263 or c. (859) 221-8423.

  


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