Before and after school care
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Camp Mission: Hands on learning in the great outdoors
Goal: It is our goal to inspire young conservationists. We want to connect our students to nature through discovery, education, science and fun. We get dirty with gardening, play in the parks, hike in the mountains, fish in our rivers, all while creating lasting friendships.
Overview: Our camp is 11 weeks of environmental exploration. Our students experience everything Utah’s nature has to offer: our surrounding wildlife and their habitats, our water, land, and air . We explore our Ecosystem and our place in it, how to practice responsible conservation and finding that balance between our environment and people.
We encourage and promote hands on learning by playing in our great outdoors, science experiments, fun activities, a variety of lessons and field trips making it a summer that is hard to forget.
|Full Time (5 days/wk)||$235|
|Part Time (3 days/wk)||$162|
|Part Time (2 days/wk)||$108|
|Add a day||$60|
Lessons & Activities: Dance, Tennis, Slack line, Art, Climbing, Fishing, Bowling, Swimming *Please note there may be an extra cost for some lessons*
End of Summer Party: Every year at the end of summer St. John’s throws a big end of the summer party for everyone to attend “The Summer Splash”. This year the Splash will be help on Friday, August 12th from 6-8 pm. It is our way of saying thank you to all the families of St. John’s. We will serve food and drinks, have bouncy water slides, and fire trucks that spray us with tons of water.
Early Registration: Register before May 1st and receive half off of your registration fee! (Registration fee is $75)
Space is limited so register today
We look forward to seeing you this summer!
For questions please contact:
Coordinator: Aleia Cordova: Aleia@stjohnsccdc.org
Director: Polly Silva: Polly@stjohnsccdc.org
Executive Director: Chaney Zinn: Chaney@stjohnsccdc.org
“God writes the gospel not in the Bible alone, but on the trees and flowers and clouds and stars”. ~Martin Luther