2 Mustang Summer Camp 2018 Mustang Summer Camp May 29 July 31 Mustang Summer Camp will be held in facilities at the Pleasant Valley campus for students entering grades Pre- K 4 through 6. Sessions for Mustang Summer Camp will run May 29 July 31 with half day, full day and dropin options available for CAC families. Special one-week classes will also be offered during the summer, led by CAC faculty and covering a variety of themes. Families interested in Mustang Summer Camp must have had their child enrolled as a student at CAC during the school year to attend. To enroll and reserve a spot, CAC families must complete a registration and release form for each child and submit with registration payment. Spaces are limited and cannot be held without all completed forms and registration fee. CAC families who complete the enrollment process by Friday, April 13 will be guaranteed a spot for their child. Registrations after April 13 will be subject to class size and availability. Mustang Summer Camp Fees: Registration fee (non-refundable) by April 13: $35 (includes library card, t-shirt & supply fee) Registration fee (non-refundable) after April 13: $45 Field Trip fee (2nd 6th grades only): $50 Bus Transportation Fee for Camps at High School (if applicable): $10/camp Lunch (if applicable): $4.50 per day Late Pick-up Charge (if applicable): $5 per minute after 5:45 p.m. Mustang Summer Camp Sessions: $14.00 per session (7:15 a.m. 12:30 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. 5:45 p.m.) $6.00 per session for BSC or ASC if you attend a class (7:15 a.m. 9:00 a.m. or 4:00 p.m. 5:45 p.m.) $28 per day (7:15 a.m. 5:45 p.m.) Drop-in Rates (after paid registration fee) $17.50 per session or $35.00 per day Drop-in Requirements: Must be approved one day in advance. Students who drop-in may not attend field trips. Deadlines: Registration fee (non-refundable) due Friday, April 13 Sessions for June (May 29 June 29) and field trip for 2 nd 6 th grade must be paid by Monday, May 14 Sessions for July (July 2- July 31) must be paid by Monday, June 25 One-Week Classes: $80 for three-hour class Classes will be offered to all students attending CAC, not just Summer Camp students. Food Service Lunch is available to students for $4.50 per day. (Drink included). Snacks Please send a snack from home for your child. Please send one snack per session (morning & afternoon).
3 Discipline Policy Students attending Mustang Summer Camp will follow the policies and procedures stated in the student handbook, located on the CAC website under Student Policies. We reserve the right to dismiss, without a refund, any student whose conduct becomes inappropriate, disruptive, unsafe or is inconsistent with school policy. Dress Code Students may wear shorts of modest length (no soffe shorts), jeans, capris or pants. Students may wear T-shirts (no graphic sayings or pictures), sleeveless tops and polo shirts. Students may not wear spaghetti-strap tops. Students must wear closed-toe shoes. No flip-flops are permitted. Other Items Please apply sunscreen to your child before each day. Recess will be held outside daily, with weather conditions permitting. Please send a labeled water bottle with your child each day. Students may bring a Nintendo DS with games rated E or an ipad/kindle/nook. CAC is not responsible for lost, damaged or stolen items. Please do not send ipods, MP3 players or cell phones with students. Please label everything lunchboxes, towels, water bottles, backpacks, etc. Bus transportation will be provided for field trips (2nd 6th grades). Completed forms and fees may be submitted to CAC s Pleasant Valley office or mailed to: Central Arkansas Christian Attn: Gay Passafiume Rodney Parham Road, Little Rock, AR For more information, please contact Gay Passafiume at (501) Ext. 350.
4 Daily Schedule of Summer Camp Morning Session 7:15-12:30 p.m. 7:15-8:30 a.m. Free Play in CAC cafeteria 8:30 9:00 a.m. Unit introduction & Literacy 9:00 10:00 a.m. Fruit break & recess 10:00 12:00 p.m. Unit Activities includes centers, arts & crafts 12:00 12:30 p.m. Lunch in the CAC cafeteria Afternoon Session 12:30 5:45 p.m. 12:30 1:00 p.m. Literacy/Bible Activities 1:00 2:00 p.m. Rest time (4 year old & Kindergarten) Free Play for 1 st 6 th grades 2:00 3:30 p.m. Unit activity and centers 3:30 4:30 p.m. Snack & Recess 4:30 5:00 p.m. Whole group activities 5:00 5:45 p.m. Free Play in CAC cafeteria *Please send 2 snacks for your child. Lunch may be purchased daily for $4.50 through Little Bites. Special Activities each week will include water play day, Kona Ice, library and field trips (2 nd 6 th grades).
5 Units during Summer Day Camp May 29 June 1 June 4-8 June June June 25 June 29 July 2-6 July 9-13 July July July Welcome Summer! Make & Take It s Ocean Time Space is the Place Wheel of Themes Stars & Stripes Oh, the Place You ll Go Artful Antics It s a Magic World Goodbye Summer! Bible Curriculum May 29 June 1 June 4-8 June June June 25 June 29 July 2-6 July 9-13 July July July Fruit of the Spirit God Wants Me to Make Right Choices Jesus Helps Me Be a Friend The Bible Teaches Me to Say I m Sorry Jesus Stories Help Me Follow Him Learning What God Wants Us to Be-Helping Learning What God Wants Us to Be - Thankful Jesus Teaches Us Jesus Loves Us God Cares for Me Tentative Field Trips for 2 nd 6 th grades Field Trips will be scheduled for Thursdays May 29 June 1 June 4-8 June June June 25 June 29 July 2-6 July 9-13 July July No Field Trip Sonic on Colonel Glenn MGC Kids Museum of Discovery Chuck E Cheese 3 rd Realm Jump Zone Millennium Bowling No Field Trip
6 CAC Summer Class Offerings Summer 2018 Registration is open to all CAC students entering grades Pre-K 4 6th grade. You do not have to be enrolled in Mustang Summer Camp to enroll in a class. Registration Registration is open until the Friday before the start of class. No students will be accepted on the first day of class. Classes may fill up quickly, so we encourage you to get your registration in as soon as possible. You will find the registration form below please fill out and return it with the appropriate class fee ($80 for three-hour class) and the supply fee. All fees must be paid at the time of enrollment. Cancellation Policy CAC reserves the right to cancel classes if necessary. If one week prior to the start of a class, the minimum number of students is insufficient, then that class will be cancelled. If a class is cancelled, all fees will be refunded or can be used as credit for another class. Due to teacher preparation for the class number and purchasing supplies, class enrollment fees are nonrefundable. Fees will not be prorated for students who wish to attend only part of a class. Absences are nonrefundable. Confirmation of Class An will be sent to the students registered in a class a few days before the class starts with the location of the class. Class Procedures Classes will begin at 9 a.m. or 1 p.m. If your child is not involved in our Mustang Summer Camp, you may drop off your child 15 minutes before class starts. Children will not be accepted before that time. If your child attends Mustang Summer Camp, a staff member will bring them to the class. If your child is not in Mustang Summer Camp but is attending both morning and afternoon classes, they may bring a lunch and a staff member will bring them to their afternoon class. *BSC/ASC in Mustang Summer Camp* If your child is attending a Summer Class and will be in the Mustang Summer Camp, you may sign them up for Before Summer Class (7:15 a.m. 9:00 a.m.) or After Summer Class for $6.00 a session (4:00 p.m. 5:45 p.m.).
7 Summer Classes at PV Elementary Class Title Grades Entering Dates Times The Greatest Show of Summer Prek-1 st Grade June a.m. 12 p.m. Bytes & Bits: Looking Inside the Computer 3 rd 6 th Grades June a.m. 12 p.m. Legends & Tales: Creative Writing, Characters & Plots 3 rd 6 th Grades June p.m. 4 p.m. Wet N Wild PreK- 1 st Grade June :30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Art Explosion 2 nd 6 th Grades June a.m. 12 p.m. Outer Space PreK 1 st Grade June a.m. 12 p.m. Awesome Engineering 2 nd 3 rd Grades June a.m. 12 p.m. Awesome Engineering 4 th 6 th Grades June p.m. 4 p.m. Week in the Wizarding World 3 rd 6 th Grades June a.m. 12 p.m. Lego Mania PreK 2 nd Grade July a.m. 12 p.m. American Girl Doll Camp K-3 rd Grades July a.m. 12 p.m. American Girl Cooking Camp 3 rd 6 th Grades July p.m. 4 p.m. Maker Camp 3 rd 6 th Grades July a.m. 12 p.m. Drama Camp Games 3 rd 6 th Grades July p.m. 4 p.m. Summer Classes at NLR Elementary Class Title Grades Entering Dates Times Lego Mania PreK 2 nd Grade June a.m. 12 p.m. Outer Space PreK 1 st Grade June a.m. 12 p.m Summer Camps on Mustang Mountain (HS) Class Title Grades Entering Dates Times Girls Hoops Camp 3rd Grade 9th Grade May :30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Boys Hoops Camp 3rd Grade 5th Grade May 29 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. May 30 8:00 a.m. to Noon Boys Hoops Camp 6 th Grade 9 th Grade May 31 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. June 1 8:00 a.m. Noon Theatre Specialty Camp 2nd Grade 6th Grade June a.m. to 3 p.m. Football Camp 1st Grade 7th Grade June :30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Baseball Camp 3 rd Grade 5 th Grade July :00 a.m. Noon 6 th Grade 9 th Grade July :00 a.m. - Noon Volleyball Camp 4 th Grade 9 th Grade July a.m. 11:30 a.m. Arkansas Wrestling Academy Class Title Grades Entering Dates Pat Smith Wrestling Summer Camp Kindergarten 12 th Grade June 29 July 1
8 Week 2: June 4-8 CAC Summer Class Descriptions The Greatest Show of the Summer Ages: Entering Prek-1 st Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $30 Instructor: Laura Rowan Step right up for the Greatest Summer Class of fun! Join me under the big top for a week of acrobats, animals, tricks, clowns, and more. If you like fun and adventure and want to be the star of the show, this is the place for you. Bytes & Bits: Looking Inside the Computer Ages: Entering 3 rd 6 th Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $10 Instructor: Ian Thomas Get ready to play, build, and discover! Together we will investigate what makes computer work, learn about computer code, and even build our own video games. We ll have fun building our own games and discovering new ways to think about technology. New students will learn what was covered last year and students that came last year will build on the skills they developed. Legends & Tales: Creative Writing, Characters, and Plots Ages: Entering 3 rd 6 th Time: 1 p.m. 4 p.m. Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $10 Instructor: Ian Thomas We'll explore some of the best characters ever created and try our hand at making our own! We'll create characters, stories, and illustrations based on known tales and our own imaginations. During the week you will discover some new characters and your love for creating new stories!
9 Week 2: June 4-8 Lego Mania Location: NLR Elementary Ages: Entering Prek4 2 nd Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $30 Instructor: Amy Zini Join us for lego building challenges and prizes!! There will be themed daily lego activities such as Star Wars, Batman, Spiderman, Avengers, etc... We will make lego creations, crafts, and snacks and play lego themed indoor-outdoor games including a water play day. Participants will receive an assortment of building block figures and pieces. Week 3: June Wet N Wild Water Ages: Entering Prek 1 st grades Time: 8:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $30 Instructor: Cheryl Otwell How many ways can we get wet? Water balloons, squirt blasters, giant bubbles, water slides and pools! Cool off with the cool gang at CAC this summer! We will even eat water that s right. Snow cones, popsicles, watermelons and a few surprises too!! Art Explosion Limited to 15 students Ages: Entering 2 nd 6 th Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $30 Instructor: Chelsea Baber Calling all artists to come with their creativity and get messy as we create fun and beautiful things in our Art Explosion class. This class is for those entering 2 nd 6 th grade. We will be exploring several different types of art mediums including but not limited to paper mache, watercolors, oil pastel, paint and clay.
10 Week 3: June Outer Space My Kind of Place Location: NLR Elementary Ages: Entering Prek4 1 st Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $25 Instructor: Vanesa Wood Each day, we will explore the wonders of outer space, through crafts, experiments, games, and more! We ll make food crafts, and then eat them, of course! Join the fun as we make a nebula, go on a scavenger hunt, and play indoor and outdoor games, including a water play day! Come make Outer Space your kind of place with Mrs. Wood! Week 4: June 18 June 22 Outer Space My Kind of Place Ages: Entering Prek4 1 st Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $25 Instructor: Vanesa Wood Each day, we will explore the wonders of outer space, through crafts, experiments, games, and more! We ll make food crafts, and then eat them, of course! Join the fun as we make a nebula, go on a scavenger hunt, and play indoor and outdoor games, including a water play day! Come make Outer Space your kind of place with Mrs. Wood! Awesome Engineering Ages: Entering 2 nd & 3 rd Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $35 Instructor: Kassandra Allison "Do you like building and making things with your hands? Have you ever wanted to make your very own robot? Would you like to learn how to build a rocket out of things you can find in your kitchen? If you would, then you sound like an AWESOME ENGINEER! Join us for a week of building, science themed field trips, and making cool concoctions like magnetic slime!"
11 Week 4: June 18 June 22 Awesome Engineering Ages: Entering 4 th 6 th Time: 1 p.m. 4 p.m. Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $35 Instructor: Kassandra Allison Already taken Awesome Engineering? Get ready for some NEW challenges along with a few of our past favorites! "Do you like building and making things with your hands? Have you ever wanted to make your very own robot? Would you like to learn how to build a rocket out of things you can find in your kitchen? If you would, then you sound like an AWESOME ENGINEER! Join us for a week of building, science themed field trips, and making cool concoctions like magnetic slime!" Theatre Specialty Day Camp Location: Cone Auditorium (High School) Time: 9 a.m. 3 p.m. Ages: Entering 2 nd 6 th Grades Class Fee: $125 Instructor: Jenna Thomas Come and enjoy summer theatre fun! We will study creative dramatics, acting, stagecraft, movement and play writing. Throughout camp, students will collaborate to create an original variety performance! You will need to bring a bagged lunch and drink every day, notebook and writing utensil. We will end the week with a camp performance on Friday, June 22 at 2 p.m. in the Cone Auditorium. Week 5: June 25 June 29 Week in the Wizarding World Ages: Entering 3 rd 6 th Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $30 Instructor: Tracy Sheehy Have you ever wanted to experience Hogwarts, drink butterbeer or experience a magic class? The Week in the Wizarding World will provide all that along with a sorting ceremony, Patronus classes and so much more.
12 Week 7: July 9-13 Lego Mania Ages: Entering Prek4 2 nd Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $30 Instructor: Amy Zini Join us for lego building challenges and prizes!! There will be themed daily lego activities such as Star Wars, Batman, Spiderman, Avengers, etc... We will make lego creations, crafts, and snacks and play lego themed indoor-outdoor games including a water play day. Participants will receive an assortment of building block figures and pieces. Week 8: July American Girl Doll Camp Ages: Entering K-3 rd Grades Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $35 Instructor: Sarah Chunn Limited to 14 students Join us for this week long American Girl Camp! This is a fun-filled, one of a kind camp that encourages creativity and is packed with a variety of dynamic memory making activities! Don t miss a moment because this camp is full of crafts, games, snacks, and of course time to play with your friends! American Girl Cooking Camp Ages: Entering 3 rd 6 th Grades Time: 1 p.m. 4 p.m. Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $35 Instructor: Sarah Chunn Limited to 12 students Do you and your American Girl have a passion for cooking? In this fun camp, you will get the chance to put on an apron and learn to cook up some of your favorite foods, American Girl Style!
13 Week 9: July Maker Camp Ages: Entering 3 rd 6 th Grades Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $20 Instructor: Jenna Thomas For kids who love DIY, creating, crafting, tinkering, and learning! We'll tackle a variety of skills for making projects of all types of materials- wood, paint, fabric, and more! Drama Games Ages: Entering 3 rd 6 th Grades Time: 1 p.m. 4 p.m. Class Fee: $80 Supply Fee: $10 Instructor: Jenna Thomas, Drama Teacher at HS For kids who love creating characters and using imagination! Learn improvisation skills, build confidence, work as a team, and have fun! Together we'll learn a variety of drama games and we'll create our own games too.
14 Sports Camps Transportation Fee: CAC will provide transportation to the Sports Camps at a cost of $10/camp for the week. This is open to students attending Mustang Summer Camp. Transportation is limited to 4 students for each camp. This will be on the basis of first-come registration. Girls Hoops Camp Location: High School Campus Large Gym Dates: Wednesday, May 23 Friday, May 25 Ages: Entering 3rd Grade 9th Grade Time: 8:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Cost: $65 for one child; $60 for each additional child Instructor: Coach Steve Quattlebaum This camp will focus on individual skill development. Campers are taught fundamentals of the game, which include shooting, ball handling, passing, rebounding and defense. Campers are encouraged to improve through competition including several contests and games. Please contact Coach Q at if you have any questions. Boys Hoops Camp Entering Grades 3 rd 5 th Location: High School Campus Large Gym Dates: Tuesday, May 29 Wednesday, May 30 Time: 8:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. (Tuesday); 8:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. (Wednesday) Cost: $55 for one child; $50 for each additional child Instructor: Coach Bradley Spencer This camp will focus on individual skill development. Campers are taught fundamentals of the game, which includes shooting, ball handling, passing, rebounding and defense. Campers are encouraged to improve through competition including several contests and games. Please contact Coach Spencer at if you have any questions. Boys Hoops Camp Entering Grades 6 th 9 th Location: High School Campus Large Gym Dates: Thursday, May 31 Friday, June 1 Time: 8:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. (Thursday); 8:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. (Friday) Cost: $55 for one child; $50 for each additional child Instructor: Coach Bradley Spencer This camp will focus on individual skill development. Campers are taught fundamentals of the game, which includes shooting, ball handling, passing, rebounding and defense. Campers are encouraged to improve through competition including several contests and games.
15 Football Camp Location: High School Campus HS Football Practice Field (behind Field House) Dates: Tuesday, June 12 Thursday, June 14 Ages: Entering 1st Grade 7th Grade Time: 8:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Cost: $60 Instructors: Coach Tommy Shoemaker & football staff Campers will receive instruction in the fundamentals and techniques of football including: Position stance and footwork, passing, receiving and route running and pass coverage. Please contact Coach Shoemaker at if you have any questions. Mustang Baseball s Camp of Champions Entering Grades 4 th 6 th Location: High School Campus Practice field behind the high school Dates: Monday, July 9 Thursday, July 12 Time: 8:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Cost: $55.00 for one child; $50.00 for each additional child Instructor: Coach Patrick Smith, Coach Zach Stewart & CAC Mustang Baseball Players CAC Mustang Baseball is one of the most decorated and tradition rich programs in the State with a total of 6 state championships and 2 runner ups. We wish to continue to grow and develop young baseball players to love the game and play it the right way. This camp will focus on individual skill development. We will work on sliding techniques with Slip an Slides. There will be team competitions as well as individual awards for Longest throw, fastest 60, and Home Run Derby. The goal is for the ball players to have a great experience with baseball and learn along the way. Contact Coach Smith at or Coach Stewart at if you have any questions. Please come, bring friends, and learn what mustang baseball is all about. Mustang Baseball's Camp of Champions Entering Grades 7 th 9 th Location: High School Campus Practice Field behind the High School Dates: Monday, July 16-Thursday, July 19 Time: 8:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Cost: $55 for one child; $50 for each additional child Instructor: Coach Patrick Smith, Coach Zach Stewart, and CAC Mustang Baseball Players. CAC Mustang Baseball is one of the most decorated and tradition rich programs in the State with a total of 6 state championships and 2 runner ups. We wish to continue to grow and develop young baseball players to love the game and play it the right way. This camp will focus on individual skill development. We will work on sliding techniques with Slip an Slides. There will be team competitions as well as individual awards for Longest throw, fastest 60, and Home Run Derby. The goal is for the ball players to have a great experience with baseball and learn along the way. Contact Coach Smith at or Coach Stewart at if you have any questions. Please come, bring friends, and learn what mustang baseball is all about.
16 Lady Mustang Volleyball Camp Location: High School Campus Large Gym Dates: Monday, July 16 Wednesday, July 18 Ages: Entering 4 th Grade 9 th Grade Time: 9 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Cost: $60 before July 16; $65 on July 16 Instructor: Coach Lynn Brown This camp is designed to provide an introduction to the fundamental skills of volleyball. Each camp will be exposed to basic passing, setting, and serving techniques in a relaxed, non-threatening environment. Pat Smith Summer Wrestling Camp Location: Mighty Bluebirds Dates: Friday, June 29 Sunday, July 1 Ages: Kindergarten 12 th Grade Cost: $180 Limited to the first 65 wrestlers CAC Wrestling is partnering with Arkansas Wrestling Academy this year. At the Pat Smith camp you will learn the most important techniques in the four areas of wrestling (Takedowns, Defense, Top and Bottom Position) that Coach Smith used to become the first four time NCAA Champion! This is the same technique that was taught at Oklahoma State University while helping guide the Cowboys to 5 NCAA team titles as a coach!! You may sign up for this camp through the link below. You cannot sign up through Mustang Summer Camps.
17 Mustang Summer Camp May 29 July 31 Registration and Release Form Mustang Summer Camp is for students entering grades Pre-K through 6th grade. Students must have been enrolled at CAC during the school year to attend the camp. To enroll for Mustang Summer Camp, please complete the following information and return it with the registration payment. Children must be registered prior to attendance. Student Name Grade entering in Fall 2018 Parent/Guardian Name Address City/State/Zip Home Phone Work Phone Cell Phone Address Emergency Contact (if parent/guardian cannot be reached) Relationship Home Phone Work Phone Cell Phone Fees: Registration fee (non-refundable) by April 13: $35 (includes t-shirt, library card & supply fee) Registration fee (non-refundable) after April 13: $45 Field Trip fee (2nd 6th grades only): $50 Bus Transportation Fee for Camps at High School (if applicable): $10/camp Lunch (if applicable): $4.50 per day Late Pick-up Charge (if applicable): $5 per minute after 5:45 p.m. Sessions: $14.00 per session (7:15 a.m. 12:30 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. 5:45 p.m.) $6.00 per session if attending a Summer Class -BSC (7:15-9:00 a.m.) or ASC (4:00 5:45 p.m.) $28 per day (7:15 a.m. 5:45 p.m.) Drop-in Rates (after paid registration fee) $17.50 per session or $35.00 per day Drop-in Requirements: Must be approved one day in advance. Students who drop-in may not attend field trips. Deadlines: Registration fee (non-refundable) due Friday, April 13 Sessions for June (May 29-June 29 and field trip fee 2 nd -6 th grade) must be paid by Monday, May 14 Sessions for July (July 2 July 31) must be paid by Monday, June 25 One-Week Classes: $80 for three-hour class Classes will be offered to all students attending CAC, not just Summer Camp students. Please indicate the sessions and weeks you will attend: Week BSC Morning Session Afternoon Session ASC 7:15-9:00 a.m. (7:15 a.m. 12:30 p.m.) (12:30 p.m. 5:45 p.m.) 4:00 5:45 May 29-June 1 N/A T W TH F T W TH F N/A June 4-8 M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F June M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F N/A June M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F June M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F N/A Total for June July 2 6 Closed July 4 N/A M T - TH F M T - TH F N/A July 9 13 M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F N/A July M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F July M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F July N/A M T M T N/A Total for July My child will attend as a drop-in only. T-shirt Size (Circle One): YXS YS YM YL YXL Adult S Adult M Adult L Adult XL Total Amount
18 (This form must be completed in full) Mustang Summer Camp Release Form I give my consent to allow the following person(s) to pick-up my child in my absence at the end of the session/camp: 1) 2) 3) My student has the following allergies: Authorization to Consent to Medical Treatment: In the event I cannot be contacted to give my consent, I hereby authorize Central Arkansas Christian, Inc. and any employees and agents to provide emergency first aid treatment for my child. Yes No Authorization of Administration of Medicine at School: I give my consent for my child to be administered the following non-prescription medication(s) by Central Arkansas Christian, Inc. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) Ibuprofen Yes No Yes No Parents must supply other medicines that may be required for the student. Such medication should be brought to the school in the original container properly labeled with the name of the student, identification of the medication, the dosage and the time to be administered. A Medicine Release form must be filled out for each medication. Field Trip Permission Form (Grades 2nd-6th) I give my permission for my child,, to go on field trips sponsored by Central Arkansas Christian Schools, Inc. and supervised by employees. The person named on this form shall indemnify and hold harmless Central Arkansas Christian Schools, Inc. and any employees and agents, or others acting at the request and convenience of Central Arkansas Christian Schools, Inc. from any and all claims, liability, loss, damages, or expenses resulting from the trip/activities. Student Name Grade Student Signature Date (signifies an understanding that CAC rules and policies apply on field trips) Parent Signature Date
19 Summer Classes & Sports Camps Registration and Release Form May 29 July 31 Student Name Birthdate Grade entering in Fall Parents Name Address City/State/Zip Home Phone Cell Work Address Emergency Contact if parent/guardian cannot be reached Relationship Home Phone Cell Full tuition fees must accompany this application and are nonrefundable. Full refunds will be made if a course cancels due to insufficient enrollment. Morning Session Afternoon Session Week Course Name Fee Supply Course Name Fee Supply Grand Total Fee Fee 6/4-6/8 6/11-6/15 6/18-6/22 6/25-6/29 7/9-7/13 7/16-7/20 7/23-7/27 Sports & Theatre Camps Course Name Fee Transportation Fee Total Boys Basketball Camp Entering 3 rd -5 th, May Entering 6 th 9 th, May 31 June 1 Football Camp, June Baseball Camp Entering 3 rd 5 th, July 9-12 Entering 6 th 9 th, July Girls Basketball Camp, May Theatre Camp, June *Transportation only in AM Volleyball camp, July N/A Library Card: $5/student (If your child is enrolled in the Mustang Summer Camp, this is included in their registration fee).
20 Summer Classes & Sports Camps Release Form This form must be completed in full: I give my consent to allow the following person(s) to pick-up my child in my absence at the end of the class: 1) 2) 3) My student has the following allergies: Authorization to Consent to Medical Treatment: In the event I cannot be contacted to give my consent, I hereby authorize Central Arkansas Christian, Inc. and any employees to provide emergency first aid treatment for my child. yes no Authorization of Administration of Medicine at School: I give my consent for my child to be administered the following non-prescription medication(s) by Central Arkansas Christian, Inc. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) yes no Ibuprofen yes no Other medicines that may be required by the student must be supplied by the parents and brought to the school in the original container properly labeled with the name of the student and identification of the medication, the dosage, and the time to be administered. A Medicine Release form must be filled out for each medication. Vehicle Permission Form (Sports Camps at the High School must be signed and dated) I give my permission for my child,, to ride a vehicle (car/bus) to the high school for sports camps from the Mustang Summer Camp that are sponsored by Central Arkansas Christian Schools, Inc. and supervised by employees. I understand that there is a transportation fee that must be paid. The person named on this form shall indemnify and hold harmless Central Arkansas Christian Schools, Inc. and any employees from any and all claims, liability, loss, damages, or expenses resulting from the trip/activities. Parent Signature Date Sports Camps Release (must be signed and dated) I understand and agree that my signature releases the camp, CAC and any participating party from liability in the event of injury and/or treatment of an injury, illness, or medical problem. My signature also authorizes treatment of an injury or medical problem by trained medical personnel in the event of an emergency. I also understand that the camp/cac will not carry insurance for any camper and that any costs incurred in the treatment of any injury or medical problem are the camper s responsibility. Parent Signature Date Sports Camp T-shirt size needed (check one) YS YM YL AS AM AL
21 TAKE FLIGHT IN A GOOD BOOK The CAC-PV Elementary Library will be open this summer! PV Library: June 6 July 25 (Wednesday Only) (Closed July 4) Times: 9 a.m. 12 p.m. Ages: Entering Pre-K - 6th grade 3rd grade and above may come alone; 2nd grade and below must be accompanied by an adult unless they are in the Summer Camp. Students entering 2nd 6th grades may check out books and take AR tests. Students entering Pre-K through 1 st grades may check out books for parents to read to them. If your child is in Mustang Summer Camp, your child (Pre-K 6th grade) will be able to go with their class to check out books and take AR tests their library card was included in the registration fee. Students and families are encouraged to read together. Students entering grades 2-5 may take AR tests to earn points. The computer lab will be open each week when the library is open. (AR pts. will carry over into the school year. These will also be converted into word count for the older students during the school year.) Students entering Prek4-1 st grade will be rewarded by the number of books read or read to them. Library Card: $5/student You do not have to be registered for Mustang Summer Camp or classes to have a library card and participate in the Summer Reading Program. You must have a library card to participate in the Summer Reading Program and check out books and take AR tests. The computer lab will be open each day from 9 am 2:30 pm for students to take AR tests. If your child is enrolled in the Mustang Summer Camp, the library card is included with their registration fee. If you only need to purchase a library card, please fill out this form and return with $5.00 Name Grade
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2018 Ephrata Area Summer Municipal Recreation Akron Borough Clay Township Ephrata Borough Ephrata Township Ephrata Rec Center The following programs are part of the Ephrata Recreation Center s Summer Municipal
Parent & Guardian Handbook 1 We are pleased to welcome you to Canton Parks and Recreation and to offer exciting programs and activities for the upcoming summer season. You will find the answers to most
Watermarks MS/HS Camp Information When: Friday, November 13 - Sunday, November 15 Where: Watermarks Camp in Scottsville, VA (just south of Charlottesville) Cost: $110 Register by November 2. We will leave
East Tipp Middle School Please complete and/or send the following information to Coach Dunk at firstname.lastname@example.org or return the completed form to the East Tipp Office. Player name: Grade for 2017/2018
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MSU Livestock Judging Camps May 12-14, 2018 (Starts-1:00 p.m. May 12) May 28-30, 2018 (Starts-1:00 p.m. May 28) June 2, 2018 Day Camp for ALL AGES I think it is always important to continue to introduce
Saint Mary's High School Summer Youth Enrichment Registration Form Check Box Cooking & Art June 4-8 8:00am-12:00pm Ages 7-12 years $220 Cooking/Art/STEM/Swim June 4-8 8:00am - 5:00pm Ages 7-12 years $360
SUMMER CAMP OCOEE RETREAT CENTER JULY 20-23, 2016 The City Students team is giddy with anticipation as we prepare to spend four days in July at the beautiful Ocoee Retreat Center (ORC). All students who
Frank Augustus Miller Middle School Color Guard Team 2017 2018 Frank A. Miller Middle School Color Guard 17925 Krameria Ave. Riverside CA 92504 (951) 789-8181 Beth Salyers Color Guard Advisor Dear Parents,
CB Summer School, Summer Fun 2017 Course Catalog- Pre- High School Camps 1. Boys' Basketball -- Grades 3-8 Jul-10-2017 - Jul-13-2017 9:00 a.m. 12 noon This basketball camp focuses on the fundamentals of
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STEP SUMMER ENRICHMENT CAMP 2018 Registration Deadline with deposit for each week attending is March 29, 2018. Free Registration until March 29 th. $35 registration fee if late registration is accepted.
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Youth Welcome to camp! We are excited that you have chosen to improve your skills at the BYU Stompin Shuffling SMASH! Dance Camp. Parents and participants: Please carefully read the following information
2015 Summer Recreation Program Registration Forms Students are to participate in activities according to the grade they will be entering in the FALL OF 2015 or by their age when the program begins. Payment
CAMP INFORMATION GIRLS GRADES 7-12: Monday, July 9 th, 2018 Wednesday, July 11 th, 2018 Check-in @ 12:30pm; Check-out @ 12:00pm SENTELLE RESIDENCE HALL Camp begins at 1:45pm SHARP and ends at 12:00pm Charlotte
Hello from Waveney Valley Partnership Summer School! We are back with another very busy programme for the Summer Holidays of 2017. Please find below the Guide to this year s activities. We run an offer
Graduation Information Packet 2018 SPECIAL NOTE FROM MRS. SUMMERS: I would like to remind all graduates that this is your graduation ceremony. How you conduct yourself is a reflection upon you, your family,
Weekly Sc hedule : Friday, June 16, 2017 Mission Statement Pentz Elementary is a community Mission of students, Statement staff and parents working together to Pentz Elementary is a community develop of
GYM RATS GIRLS GRADES 3 RD 8 TH TEAM PACKAGE SPRING SUMMER SEASON APRIL THROUGH JULY Returning Team Registration: MARCH 7, 8, & 9 from 6:00pm 8:00pm at Spiece Fieldhouse. (Parent or Guardian must accompany
Oregon Community Unit School District #220 BOARD MEMBERS: 206 South Tenth Street Mr. Thomas Mahoney Edward Smith Oregon, Illinois 61061 Superintendent Bryan Wills (815) 732-5300 (815) 732-2187 FAX Mary
What is the deadline for signing up for camp? You can sign up as long as there is space available up until the Friday before the session starts. If the camp you want is full, we are happy to add you to
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WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND 2018 INFORMATION PACKET WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL WARRIOR MARCHING BAND Welcome to marching band at Washington High School! We are delighted to have you with us in the
Welcome to the 2012 Career Samplers GEN0283 CAKE BOSS: THE ART OF CAKE DECORATING Please review the attached information and daily schedule for an overview of what to expect during your Culinary Reality
What: Youth will travel to Idaho to partner with Idaho Servant Adventures, a ministry of Lutherhaven. During this servant-leadership camp, we will work alongside other youth groups repairing and transforming
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INTRODUCTION The 2017 Law Enforcement Explorer Academy is a weeklong residential career education program providing Explorers with practical, hands-on law enforcement and life-skills training. The academy
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2017 VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Contribute your time and make a difference in a child s life! Please read below for full descriptions of volunteer opportunities throughout the year at Rainbow Days. ALL VOLUNTEERS
Pottstown Parks & Recreation Summer Adventure Registration Please complete ALL information; registration will not be processed without ALL information. Please note, your enrollment is not guaranteed NOR
EAST BUTLER BULLETIN WHERE FUTURES BEGIN" MAY 15, 2018 www.ebutlertigers.org TUESDAY, MAY 15, 2018 Brainard 1st Grade Field Trip to Denton WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 2018 NO SPECIAL ACTIVITIES THURSDAY, MAY 17,
2018 Summer Camp Registration Registration is a 3-Step Process. Complete all of the steps listed below to secure your registration and rate. Incomplete forms and a delay in submitting the required documents
SWOPE PARK and JAMES A. REED MEMORIAL WILDLIFE AREA Sept. 21-22, 2012 WHAT IS WOW? - WOW is a National Outdoor Recreation and Conservation School that introduces families and individuals to a variety of
4-H Countywide Youth Lock-In Friend Registration Form Who?- Youth in Grades 4 th -8 th Where?- Kettle Moraine YMCA 1111 West Washington Street, West Bend When?- 8:00pm Saturday December 2 nd until 6:00am
CONFLUENCE HERITAGE SOCIETY LEGO BUILDING COMPETITION DATE: July 1 st, 2014. 10am-10pm LOCATION: Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site DROP OFF TIMES: All entries must be submitted by 5pm on June
Holiday Club Booking Conditions 1. Places will only be allocated upon a fully completed booking form with an indication of how the cost is to be paid. Confirmation of your booking will follow and payment
SOUTHCREST attle Cry B CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Gift Cards Sales Fundraiser begins September 19 Students will be bringing home the Gift Card Fundraiser packet on Monday, September 19. Please look in their backpacks!!
2018 Camp/Clinics Manual These camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender. Space is limited for each camp; enrollment is a first-come, first-serve basis.
2018 FALL CLASS GUIDE www.fpdmacon.org/centerfordiscovery Welcome to FPD s Center for Discovery! The Center for Discovery is full of exciting opportunities for students and adults to learn new hobbies,
Dear Parents and Guardians, Thank you for enrolling your child in SUNY Maritime College s Passport to Oceanography. SUNY Maritime College s staff is excited to share our passion for the marine environment
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2015 STEM - Health Camp Information and Registration Form Camp Tuition $ 279. Scholarships provided by NH EPSCoR are available for families who request financial assistance. Please check request below.
Oregon Community Unit School District #220 BOARD MEMBERS: 206 South Tenth Street Mr. Thomas Mahoney Edward Smith Oregon, Illinois 61061 Superintendent Bryan Wills (815) 732-5300 (815) 732-2187 FAX Mary
Behavior Contract I understand the following behavior is expected of me while I am at Frost Valley: 1. To cooperate with fellow students, teachers and the Frost valley staff. 2. To cooperate with and accept
Clarion University 2011 Athletic Camps Featuring 2010 PSAC Coach of the Year Rob Eaton Golden Eagles Soccer Camps Great for All Ages! All Clarion University Soccer Camps provide participants with the most
Information Packet: Never the Same Camp July 24-28, 2016 Important Dates: - Early Registration Deadline: May 8, 2016 - Transportation Fee/New Life Medical Form Due: July 10, 2016 - Late Registration Deadline:
VACATION CARE GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN COLLEGE OUTSIDE SCHOOL HOURS CARE June/July 2017 HOLIDAY PROGRAM Welcome to our April holiday Vacation Care period. At Outside School Hours Care our programs assist
(8-12 years old) Sponsored by Perry Hall Baptist Church Call or e-mail us to request a Registration Form and a Health Form. Forms must be returned with full payment. Space is limited Register soon!! Wo-Me-To
The Saints Weekly Digest Re-Enrollment Begins Today It s time to enroll at Saint Dominic Academy. The enrollment period (if applying for financial aid) will take place from January 12 to February 12. Applications
CAMP CO-OP 2018 Registration Packet Registration Begins February 15, 2018 This summer day camp is designed for Charles County Public School students with significant cognitive delay who are receiving special
Mauldin Police Youth Academy Enrollment Application Date: Current Age: Photo of Cadet Applicant s Name: School: Rising Grade: Date of Birth: Home Address: City: State: Zip Code: Name of Parent/Guardian
June 1, 2016 Dear Parents: Welcome to the New Lenox Community Park District ACES Program! We are very excited to be able to be the sole provider for District #122 with our quality before and after school
2017 Ephrata Area Akron Borough Clay Township Ephrata Borough Ephrata Township Ephrata Rec Center The following programs are part of the Ephrata Recreation Center s Summer Municipal Recreation Program,
Augsburg University, Minneapolis Who? NLC 9th grade confirmands and friends! What? Urban Plunge! Urban Plunge is an awesome overnight Augsburg student-led, faith-based experience for Middle and High School
ENROLLMENT APPLICATION Will a buddy be attending? Yes NO If yes, please complete buddy section Name of Camper: Date of Birth: County: * A separate Enrollment Application and Camper Portfolio must be completed
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City of Sun Prairie Parks and Recreation Department Teen Community Leaders Volunteer Program Application & Information Packet Summer 2018 Summer 2018 1 General Information The City of Sun Prairie Parks
SIGN-UP PAGE FOR HOLIDAY STEP CHILD CARE - 2018-2019 Contact 856-429-6564 ext. 2 for assistance and information. This sign-up page needs to be in the STEP/SACC office no later than 5 business days prior
RETURN COMPLETED FORMS AND FEE TO YOUR CHILD S SCIENCE TEACHER by Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Camp Parent Meeting, March 3rd, 6:30 pm, Cafeteria February, 2015 Dear Parents: After several years of 7 th graders
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CAMP GAP 2015 FIRST BAPTIST FORNEY JUNE 22 nd TO JUNE 26 th EARLY RATE (March 22 nd May 3 rd ) $205 REGULAR RATE (May 4 th May 31 st ) $230 LATE RATE (June 1 st June 7 th ) $255 FULL PAYMENT FOR ALL IS
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Camp Echoing Hills Volunteer Registration/Contract Form Form must be completed and mailed with registration fee of $25 to Camp Echoing Hills. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Please attach
2014 Summer Recreation Program Registration Forms Students are to participate in activities according to the grade they will be entering in the FALL OF 2014 or by their age when programming begins. Payment
MONDAY, JULY 10 10:15 10:30 GYM Pledge of Allegiance and morning stretch 10:30 10:45 Restroom breaks 10:45 11:15 Classrooms: go over rules; fire drill; procedures, etc. 11:15 11:30 Tour of building (Lexington
Cornell Adult University s Week I: July 8 12 Week II: July 15 19 Week III: July 22 26 Week IV: July 29 August 2 For ages 3 16 Much more than a camp Youngsters in CAU s summer program get a wonderful taste
Welcome to the 2018 Career Samplers GEN0192 CULINARY REALITY SERIES Please review the attached information and daily schedule for an overview of what to expect during your Culinary Reality career sampler.