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Summer Day Camp 2017                                               ***  Please contact the office for weekly availability  ***                                            

Forms and Downloads Program Overview
June 5th - August 4th, Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Ages 5 to 12 years
Join us for a summer of fun, excitement, and outdoor adventure!

Summer Camp Philosophy
To provide a quality summer camp program which supports children’s physical, emotional, and cognitive development in a safe, secure environment.

Campers will experience a balance of environmental education, arts, culture, sports, and outdoor fun!

Each week offers a different environmental theme. Activities include field trips, nature study, guest speakers, art, recreation, gardening, cooking, and much more!

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Registration and Fee
Registration begins Monday, February 6th , 2017 on a first come first serve basis for a maximum of 180 campers per week. A registration fee of $40 is required which includes a camper bag, water bottle and T-shirts.

Breakfast, Lunch and Snack will be provided.

Early Registration Tuition Fee Per week $150.00  ****Early Registration Ends Friday, May 5th, 2017****   

After May 5th Tuition Fee Per week $165.00     

Tuition Due Date
Session 1: Weeks #1-3 (Monday, May 22nd)

Session 2: Weeks #4-6 (Monday, June 12th)

Session 3: Weeks #7-9 (Monday, July 3rd)

Weekly Themes [Image: Weekly Themes are fun!]  
Week 1: June 5—9    “Eco Zone”

Campers have fun by participating in environmental activities about the

 3Rs: Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.

 Week 2: June 12—16    “Water Adventures”

Campers explore water fun environments while learning about different water sources, ways to conserve water, and tips for water safety.

 Week 3: June 19—23    “Flower Power”

Campers will learn by observing, discovering, and experimenting within the natural world.

 Week 4: June 26—30  “Diggin’ The Past”

Campers will experience a variety of activities focusing on getting to know some of the South Florida’s prehistoric  era.

 Week 5: July 3—7    “Ocean Commotion”

Campers will enjoy a mixture of fun outdoors activities all focused on life in our oceans!

 Week 6: July 10—14   “Where The Wild Things Are”

Campers will explore many of  South Florida’s native animals in their adaptations and the important roles these creatures play in our lives.

 Week  7: July 17—21:  “All Star”

Campers will work on skills in traditional sports while learning the importance of sportsmanship. 

 Week 8: July 24—July 28  “Master Chef Jr.”

From nutrition and cooking, campers learn how to make healthy lifestyle choices.

 Week 9: July 31—August 4   “Spirit Week”

A mixture of fun: Games,  music, dance and the big ideas learned throughout the summer.

Gift your children with a lifetime of fun, adventure, and exploration this summer. We look forward to hosting your child at FAU Pine Jog Environmental Education Center’s Summer Day Camp.

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Florida Atlantic University
777 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431

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