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Our Kids' College summer camp experience challenges campers to think critically, work collaboratively and solve problems creatively through a variety of dynamic, hands-on activities that encourage communication and cooperation in a nurturing and engaging educational environment.
Kids' College is:
- July 15-19, 2019, from 8:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m., with additional special interest topics from 1:30–3:30 p.m.
- Open to students who have just completed grades 2, 3, 4, and 5
- Limited to 45 slots for morning session and 15 slots for special interest topics so early registration is encouraged
Limited scholarships are available. Inquiries should be made through the Office of Event Management at 570-372-4354.
Registration will begin in April 2019.
Kids' Summer Camp Package
Three workshop package: $200 per student
A three-session package designed to keep our younger campers thinking and moving! Morning sessions will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Tech Free Zone—Laura Williams, Instructor
The power is out and unlikely to return for some time. No cell phones! No computers! No electronics! It's time to leave technology behind and visit the days when games like marbles and jacks, bike hikes and tree forts were the play of the day. Enjoy a week of creative fun that will take you back to an era when electronic gadgets and gizmos had yet to be an everyday thing and kids made their own fun inside and out!
The Great Escape—Elizabeth Hummel, Instructor
The escape room trend has found its' way to our Kids' Summer Camp. Join us for a unique, learning adventure where players collaborate to solve a series of puzzles and riddles using hints, clues and strategies to complete the challenges and find a way to escape. Team members will have an opportunity to extend their creative and critical problem solving abilities as well as their team building skills in this exciting, learning experience!
Tinker Time—Melissa Brauer-Stuck, Instructor
Tinker Time offers a dynamic maker space experience that supports meaningful, hands-on learning. A wide range of materials motivates campers to explore their interests and create something out of nothing. From cardboard and duct tape to Legos and Lincoln Logs, the possibilities are only limited by your imagination. So roll up your sleeves and get ready to explore, learn, play and create in true Kids' College style. You won't be disappointed and might even head home to create a maker space of your own!
Lunch time supervision and one afternoon special topic fee: $90 per student
Afternoon sessions will be held from 1:30–3 p.m. daily with lunchtime supervision included. An afternoon workshop can be added on to the morning camp package, or campers can arrive at 1 p.m. and only attend an afternoon workshop.
Tech Full Zone—Laura Williams, Instructor
The power is on! The computer lab is ready and the gadgets and gizmos return. Time to revisit our technological world. Enjoy an afternoon of computer coding and other techie treats that will offer something for everyone! Creativity, logic, art, math, storytelling, design and problem solving—all taught through the exploration and creation of stories, games and animations. Activities will challenge all levels of experience and provide opportunities for meaningful, personal growth in a fun-filled setting.
Game On!—Elizabeth Hummel, Instructor
Using a child's natural inclination for activity and their enthusiasm for games, this action-packed workshop offers opportunities to develop leadership and team building skills through play. Make new friends! Join the fun! Push your limits! Learn how to do your part to reach your team's goal. All done with a cooperative, collaborative spirit that fosters productivity and personal growth that can serve as a crossover to many life situations.
Goin' Buggy!—Deborah Owens, Instructor
Grab your butterfly nets and bug cages and join the fun of this clever, nature related, arts and crafts workshop. Become a mini entomologist and participate in a full emersion of buggy activities that will give campers the chance to "Go Buggy" in a most creative and scientific way! Show up and bug it up! You'll be glad you did!
Kids' Summer Camp Morning Package
8:30 a.m.-12: 45 p.m. Tech Free Zone, The Great Escape and Tinker Time
45 spots available for students completing grades 2, 3, 4 and 5
$200 per student
Lunch Time Supervision and One Afternoon Special Topic
12:45-3 p.m. Tech Full Zone, Game On! or Goin' Buggy!
15 spots for each afternoon topic available for students completing grades 2, 3, 4 and 5
$90 per student
Discounts & Scholarships
- Bring a Friend: Register between April 1 and May 31 with a friend, and each of you will receive $10 off your registration fee. Both registrations must be received on the same day to qualify. Refunds will be given upon registration.
- Family Discount: Register more than one child per immediate family (brother, sister, stepbrother, stepsister) for Kids' Summer Camp morning or afternoon sessions or Junior Writers' Workshops and save $30 overall. The $30 discount will be given upon registration.
- Scholarships: Limited scholarships are available. Inquiries should be made through Susquehanna's Office of Event Management at (570) 372-4354 or by contacting Kathy Irwin Lentz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friend and family discounts cannot be combined. Only one discount per family is permitted.
Registration will be handled on a first-come, first-served basis. At the time of registration, full payment and completed application will be required to reserve a spot. A confirmation letter and Kids' College details will be forwarded to each participant closer to the workshop date.
If it becomes necessary to withdraw your child prior to the start of the Kids' College session, a $30 processing fee will be charged. There will be no refund once the Kids' College session has begun.
Please Note: Susquehanna University reserves the right to cancel and/or modify the workshop content/schedule if it becomes necessary. Participants will be notified of any changes.
Return forms to:
Office of Conference and Event Management
Attn: Jayme Long
514 University Ave.
Selinsgrove, PA 17870