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  • Arts Festival

    Arts Festival Parents, your child will have a blast while expressing their artistic talents through different art mediums in drawing, painting, sculpting, weaving, paper-mâché, and more. Arts Festival is a great camp to explore all types of art with a different theme each day. There will be art themes to develop the students’ creative expression and allow them to create hands-on projects. Each child’s creative expression will be supported and encouraged. The Arts Festival instructors are Helen Redding and Melissa Dent. Both instructors hold art degrees and have taught for Bryan County Community Education and the Averitt Center for the Arts in past years. All materials are provided. Open to students entering grades 1 - 8. No before or after care is available for this camp.
  • Babysitting & First Aid/CPR Works

    This course teaches students to meet the basic needs of children in a care-taking environment with a focus on safety. The training will help students develop leadership skills, start a babysitting business and learn how to communicate with parents while keeping themselves and others safe. Students will also learn child feeding and diapering techniques. Students who successfully complete this course will receive a certification card. This class also incorporates a Pediatric First Aid Course that instructs students on how to deal with first aid issues to include medical emergencies, the use of an Epi-pen injector, injury emergencies, and how to handle environmental emergencies. Also covered are adult/child and infant CPR procedures as well as how to react to a child or infant who is choking. Only 10 students are accepted for this course, so early registration is encouraged. NOTE: Students must attend all classes in order to receive certification. No before or after care is available for this camp.
  • Dance: "Magical Dancers Adventure"

    Community Education dance instructor Cheryl Brett and her assistants offer a summer dance program that will engage students of all ability levels. Mrs. Brett has many years of experience in dance instruction and has studied and performed with numerous artists. Summer camp is a great way to continue working on your dance technique and put your creativity to the test while creating fun arts and crafts related to the theme: “Magical Dancers Adventure." Through the integration of dance, visual art, story, choreography, and music, young dancers embark on a multi-sensory tour of their week’s designated theme while delving into their own creativity. Dance technique and cool choreography in multiple styles allows students to build movement vocabulary, coordination, and strength for the beginner as well as the intermediate/advanced dancer. Daily crafts take students beyond the studio to create costume pieces, dance props, and other accessories that inspire artistic expression and imagination. Students will need to bring a pillow and a blanket for resting and watching a movie pertaining to our theme. Open to students entering grades K - 8. No before or after care is available for this camp.
  • Gymnastics Summer Camp

    Summer Gymnastics Gymnastics camps will be offered for the groups listed below. The camps are open to boys and girls. The camps will emphasize flexibility and conditioning, movement education, and apparatus training including beam, uneven bars, parallel bars, vault, mini-trampoline, and floor. Registration is limited in each age/ability grouping. The instructor is Deborah Hager-Luebbert who has taught gymnastics and tumbling with Community Education for 31 years. She is an accomplished gymnast winning a state title championship and competing at nationals and the SEC-NCAA on a four-year collegiate gymnastics scholarship. She coached as an assistant coach after graduation and then directed Savannah Gymnastics for seven years. She is featured in the book “Legacy of The Blues” for her collegiate competition years. Come join the fun while learning and understanding the concepts of physical and mental training in the sport of gymnastics. No before or after care is available for this camp. Tumbling Tots: The goal of Tumbling Tots camp is for 2-year-old to 3-year-old students to enjoy being active and to gain an understanding of body-in-motion awareness. Studies show that important reading skills and perceptual motor skills are enhanced if a child’s level of self-confidence and motor skills are raised during the formative preschool years. This half-day gymnastics camp is designed with positive reinforcement for developing skills that will accelerate motor development, agility, coordination, flexibility, strength, a love for physical activity, and high self-esteem. Classes include movement education, tumbling, balance beam, uneven bars, mini-trampoline, and vaulting. The use of other apparatus such as balls, hula hoops, parachute, bright colored squares, blocks, and circles will be used to enhance the awareness of shapes and colors. Intermediate/Advanced Gymnastics: Students in this class will be working on the more advanced skills on all the apparatus equipment of floor, uneven bars, beam, vault, parallel bars, and mini-trampoline. Drills and conditioning are a must to develop strength and flexibility. This is an all-day camp that is open to intermediate-level students who can perform the basic back walk-over, front walk-over, and are working on perfecting back handsprings. This camp is also open to those performing skills at the advanced level, such as standing back tucks, round-off back handsprings, back layout, and full twist. Enrollment is limited to a maximum of 40 campers in grades K-12. Students should bring a lunch and drink every day. Preschool/Beginner Gymnastics: This camp is open to Pre-K-3rd grade. Students should bring a lunch and drink each day. Early registration is a must. In addition to the basic development of gymnastics skills on the balance beam, uneven bars, vault, mini-trampoline, and tumbling, preschool students will work on cognitive skills such as letters, shapes, colors, the skeletal system, and major muscle groups. Activities are designed to help improve self-confidence, flexibility, balance, and rhythm. Preschool gymnastics students will participate in a study of good nutrition and the importance of a healthy body. They will develop skills enhancing their fine motor skills and gross motor skills. This will be a physically challenging camp that teaches the skills that give young children stronger bodies and sharper minds as well as an understanding of their bodies’ capabilities while emphasizing fundamental gymnastics skills on all apparatus and appropriate-sized mats and equipment. All preschool students must be four years old by June 1, 2021 to attend this camp. Beginner/Intermediate Gymnastics: This is an all-day camp open to new or beginner students with little or no previous gymnastics training. The students will be working on progressing basic skills such as cartwheels, one arm cartwheels, front walkovers, back walkovers, and round-offs. Drills and conditioning will be emphasized to enhance and perfect strength and coordination to enable the students to learn more advanced skills safely. Students will learn basic skills on all apparatus such as the balance beam, parallel bars, uneven bars, vault, floor, and mini-trampoline. A maximum of 30 campers in grades K-12 will be enrolled for this camp. Students should bring a lunch and drink every day. Tumbling Camp: This camp specializes in tumbling skills for all skill levels from beginner to advanced. Students will be training and conditioning to enhance strength and agility and will be performing drills to reach skill level goals of each individual student. This camp will include floor exercise skills and mini-trampoline. Students must have at least one year of prior gymnastics experience and must have completed the second grade or higher to enroll. Students should bring a lunch and drink each day.
  • Kids in the Kitchen Camp

    Kids in the Kitchen This camp is devoted to the practical application of everyday ingredients and everyday kitchen items. Students will learn how to properly use kitchen items, like measuring cups and spoons, a knife, griddle toaster oven, and small cooktop to create recipes utilizing ingredients found in most kitchens. This week-long camp focuses on proper prep and clean-up as well as creating a breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack or dessert. Depending on age and maturity level, students will be allowed to help use appliances and cooking tools with close monitoring by the instructor. Open to students entering grades 3 - 6; No before or after care is available for this camp.
  • LEGOS® Snapology Camps

    LEGOS® - Snapology Camps Bringing STEM to life using LEGO® bricks! Snapology Savannah summer camps provide a fun and safe environment for children to learn science, technology, engineering, and math concepts using LEGO® bricks and other building tools. We offer computer programming, robotics, animation, and STEM based programs as well as Star Wars, Minecraft, and other themed favorites. Your child will learn, create, and innovate while having a blast in our camps! Morning camps are from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM. Afternoon camps are from 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM. If full day camp is needed, you can sign your child up for both morning and afternoon Snapology camps, send a lunch, and they can stay from 9:00 am-4:00 pm! The camps are at the Community Education Campus. No before or after care is available for this camp. Snapology LEGO STEAM Camp (June 14-18; 9:00 AM-12:00 PM): What is STEAM? STEAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. In Snapology's LEGO STEAM camp, students will have a blast learning all about the different aspects of STEAM using hands-on, interactive experiences designed to spark an interest in learning, all while building and having fun! Shhh...don't tell them it's educational! Open to students entering grades 4 - 7. Combat Robots/Robots Rescue Mission (June 14-18; 1:00-4:00 PM): Do you think your child can build the strongest and most agile robot? Can their robot win a head-to-head combat mission? Your child will discover basic strategies for building sturdy structures and apply that knowledge to build a robot for friendly competition. They should be prepared to have tons of fun! Open to students entering grades 4 - 7. Snapology's Super Sampler (June 21-25; 9:00 AM-12:00 PM): Come explore the worlds of Minecraft, Ninjas, Angry Birds, Star Wars, and Jurassic World (one day devoted to each theme)! Your child is sure to have a blast as we bring these themes to life using LEGO® bricks! Open to students entering grades 1 - 3. RoboPets/Creature Creator Robotics (June 21-25; 1:00-4:00 PM): In Snapology's Creature Creator Robotics class, animal lovers in will create their own animal-inspired robotic models. Students will learn about gear ratio, sensors, simple machines, and programming as they build insects, dolphins, gorillas, and much more. Your child is sure to have a wild time as they build, learn, and play. Open to students entering grades 1 - 3. Space Wars Robotics (July 12-16; 9:00 AM-12:00 PM): Robotics inspired by Star Wars® and space travel – how cool! Come on an adventure building and programming functional robots using LEGO® bricks in this super-fun program. Learn about space, space travel, and of course, Star Wars®! Build different robots each day! Learning is enhanced using laptops in this class! Open to students entering grades 4 - 7. Animation Studio (July 12-16; 1:00-4:00 PM): Who doesn’t love an action-packed, animation movie that brings our favorite toys to life? In Snapology’s Animation Studio program, students get to do more than just enjoy those movies; they get to create them! In this technical program, children will work in teams to learn the fundamentals of stop motion animation and develop their own animated movie starring some of their favorite LEGO® mini-figures! Students will go through the entire movie making process with their filming partner from plot development and set design to detailed visual and audio editing. Open to students entering grades 4 - 7. Snapology's LEGO STEAM Camp (July 19-23; 9:00 AM-12:00 PM): What is STEAM? STEAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. In Snapology's LEGO STEAM camp, students in will have a blast learning all about the different aspects of STEAM using hands-on, interactive experiences designed to spark an interest in learning, all while building and having fun! Shhh...don't tell them it's educational! Open to students entering grades 1 - 3. Superhero/Super Structures (July 19-23; 1:00-4:00 PM): To the Batcave fans! Design your own superhero using LEGO® bricks, and create your own adventure and comic strip. Have a blast as you create your own fantasy world of superheroes. What kind of superpowers do you have? Open to students entering grades 1 - 3.
  • Prep Volleyball Camp at FMES

    Week of June 21 - Beginners (grades 3-6) This camp’s primary focus is all about the basics; hand-and-eye coordination, agility, body movement, and ball control. Team play will be introduced and incorporated with a focus on fun while learning skills. *If you previously attended Prep Volleyball Academy and are still uncomfortable with passing, setting, and serving - this camp is for you. Week of July 12 - Intermediate (grades 4-8) This camp is for players who have already dominated passing, setting, and serving (the player is already comfortable). Agility and skill development will continue through additional game play. Reminders: Bring plenty of water, one snack, and proper sports attire (shorts, T-shirt, and comfortable running sneakers with good grip or volleyball shoes). **If you have/plan on buying volleyball shoes, they are STRICTLY meant for indoor court use, please come in a different pair of shoes (i.e; crocs, slides, flip flops) and once inside player can change shoes. Please make sure socks are brought or worn. No transport is available for this camp. No before or after care is available for this camp.
  • Royal Princess Camp

    Royal Princess for a Week Calling all princesses…Do you have a little princess in your home? If so, sign up for the week-long Princess Camp where she will enjoy fun activities and making princess accessories while dressing up as a special princess. Each day will include princess crafts, songs, dances, games and fun activities. The "Royal Puppet Couple" will be there to bring lots of laughs too! The instructors will be Helen Redding and Melissa Dent who have both worked with Community Education in past years. Come join the fun! Open to ages 4 - 7. No before or after care is available for this camp.
  • STEM Lab

    STEM Lab Welcome to STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics all rolled into one FUN camp for kids! The focus of this camp will be providing students with science-based experiences that promote collaborative engagement to boost their success in everyday problem-solving. Exploration in the science lab to support students in their desire to become independent, analytical thinkers will be encouraged. STEM students will have fun along the way with exciting experiments, cool demonstrations, and other STEM-related activities. The instructor is Amy Beasley, a science teacher at Richmond Hill Middle School. Parents: Safety Rules in the LAB are a must! Please notify of any food allergies during registration. Open to students entering grades 1-2 and 3-4. No before or after care is available for this camp.
  • Science Camp

    Branches of Science What is science? Is it a subject in school? A way of thinking? A career? Science is knowledge and understanding of the world around us. In the Branches of Science camp, students will spend a day with a branch of science to really explore it. Branches of science will feature Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geology, and Astronomy. Students will investigate, play, create, and experiment in each branch of science. The camp is taught by Cynthia Youmans. Mrs. Youmans teaches at Richmond Hill Middle School and enjoys helping young minds learn how much fun science can be. This camp has a maximum number of 20 participants. Open to students entering grades 3 - 6. No before or after care is available for this camp.
  • Scoops Lacrosse Camp

    Scoops Lacrosse Scoops is a lacrosse class that encourages students to appreciate physical activity and health. Students can develop a passion for playing lacrosse with a focus on having fun while learning. Students will learn how to run with the ball, throw, catch, score, and more. All lacrosse goals, sticks, and balls are included during class time. Maximum 30 students per class. Open to students entering grades K - 5. No before or after care is available for this camp.
  • Tennis Camp

    Tennis Camp Rally, volley and serve your way through the week! There’s no better way to hone your court skills than to spend a week at a summer tennis camp. If your child has the skills and enthusiasm for exercise, this quality instruction could help lead to a lifetime commitment to the sport. Tennis camps are open to children in kindergarten through fifth grades. The instruction is designed to bring kids into the game by utilizing specialized equipment, shorter court dimensions and modified scoring, all tailored to age and size. The instructor for this camp is Linda Sun who has taught tennis through the Community Education program for several years. Mrs. Sun is a member of the Richmond Hill Area Tennis Association where she serves as an instructor. She is also a member of the Professional Tennis Registry. Parents will need to purchase a 21, 23, or 25-inch racket for their child from any sporting goods outlet or discount store. If you do not have a racket or do not know what size your child needs, the instructor will provide a sample for your child to try before making a purchase. Open to students entering grades 1 - 3 and 4 - 6. No before or after care is available for this camp.
  • Tormenta Futures Soccer Camp

    Sweet Feet Soccer Sweet Feet is a soccer and movement education program for kids. This camp will develop the appreciation of exercise and good health. Students will have fun learning the basics of soccer including dribbling, passing, scoring, defending, and game play. Maximum 30 students per camp. Open to students entering grades K-2 and 3-5. No before or after care is available for this camp.