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TRIPSIt’s aSMALLWORLDSUMMER ADVENTURE DAY TRIPSSummer Adventure Day Trips are available to our registered day campers. These trips are availablefor an additional fee and include transportation, attraction admission, and lunch.Registration is limited! To avoid disappointment, please be sure to register early. Trips will departfrom both camp locations and are subject to change or cancellation. Register for trips on page10. All campers registered for a day trip or trip week will receive a FREE t-shirt!On Stage- RapunzelWednesday, June 24, 2015“Rapunzel” at the DeSales University Shakespeare Festivalwill enchant audiences young and old. Children will enjoythe classic fairy tale on stage with an opportunity to meetthe cast afterwards. Lunch will be served picnic style on thetheater lawn.Depart: Approx. 8:00AMReturn: Approx. 2:00PM Cost: $27East Meets West- Pearl S. Buck HouseWednesday, July 1, 2015Campers will become familiar with the life and writings ofworld-famous author and cultural ambassador Pearl S. Buck,touring her home in Bucks County. Children will participatein activities focused on the art, history, language and currentconnections with Asian cultures. An afternoon treat willinclude a visit to OwowCow Ice Cream Parlor in Ottsville.Depart: Approx. 9:00AMReturn: Approx. 3:00PM Cost: $27Environmental ExplorersS.A.V.E. House at W. Broad St.Wednesday, July 8, 2015Campers will spend the day exploring nature, takingsamples, navigating trails and learning about ways theycan be environmentally friendly at our very own SoudertonS.A.V.E. Nature Center.Depart: Approx. 9:00AMReturn: Approx. 3:00PM Cost: $27Berry PickingFriday, July 17, 2015Campers will enjoy the fruits of summer with a trip toSolebury Orchards in New Hope. This farm experienceincludes a wagon ride to the blueberry patch where childrenwill learn how to pick their own blueberries to bring homeand share. A picnic lunch under the orchard’s fruit trees willbe included.Depart: Approx. 9:00AMReturn: Approx. 4:00PM Cost: $27Colorful Easton ExcursionCrayola & Canal MuseumWednesday, July 22, 2015Learn about a local company with world-wideappeal and a colorful palette of childrens’ activities atCrayola. Campers will take a mule barge ride on the EastonCanal after a picnic lunch by the Lehigh River. A tour inthe Canal Museum will tell the story of this importanttransportation mode from the early days of our country.Depart: Approx. 8:30AMReturn: Approx. 4:00PM Cost: $27Happy Tymes Fun Center,Warrington, PAWednesday, July 29, 2015Lots of fun for campers at Happy Tymes withgames, miniature golf, go-carts and more. Game tokens andpasses provided. Choice of activities includes rock wall, slimebuckets, space train or frog hopper. A great way to spend theday!Depart: Approx. 9:00AMReturn: Approx. 3:00PM Cost: $30Get Connected - Community Serviceand Local History TourWednesday, August 5, 2015Children will spend time at the MCC Material ResourceCenter in Harleysville packing school kits and healthpackages for children around the world, then visit theMennonite Heritage Center and learn about life in ourcommunity more than 100 years ago. Visit includes a tour ofa reconstructed historic barnDepart: Approx. 9:00AMReturn: Approx. 3:30PM Cost: $27NEW THIS YEARNEW- Online RegistrationEasy and Quick sace.soudertonsd.orgSouderton Area Community Education • Summer 20155


It’s aSMALLWORLDRed-HotRobots!Space:Infinity &Beyond!Survival!Predatorsand PreyDiscover the world of robots as we investigate the difference between humans and their roboticcounterparts – Campers will learn how robots use infrared and other sensors to discover theirenvironment. Invent your own robot designs using recycled materials. Finally – We use your hands –onskills to build your very own working Robot to Take Home to “LIVE” with You! Grades 3-6.Dates: July 20-24 Time: 9:30-12:00PM Time: 1:00-3:30PMLocation: Souderton Area High School - Room B116 Cost: $125 Per ChildStudents explore the mysteries of the solar system and the science behind air & space travel. Childrendiscover not only how astronauts get into space, but also how they live and work once they getthere. In this advance space program, we will investigate unique flying machines, including buildingballoon-copters, boomerangs and a mini hovercraft as take home projects for the children. Mostimportantly, they learn firsthand about the aerodynamic properties of flying machines by building theirown Estes model rockets! Once the rockets are completed, children will blast off on a real Mad Sciencespace mission Live Rocket Launches! This Mad Science Camp is Out Of This World!!! Grades K-6.Dates: August 3-7Time: 9:30-12:00PMLocation: Souderton Area High School - Room B116 Cost: $125 Per ChildPredator or Prey; which will you be? Kids will learn how animals, big and small, adapt to life here onearth. Campers will learn how birds and beasts catch their prey without becoming someone else’s lunchand will then be challenged to survive in the pulse pounding “Food Chain Survival” game. Kids will alsodiscover what Mr. Owl had on his dinner plate during the famous owl pellet dissection. We’ll also havefun finding and magnifying Natures smaller critters-from insects to pond slime. Campers will build areal birdhouse to take home and will have creepy-crawly fun building a bughouse and searching fortenants! In addition, kids will enjoy hands-on fun learning how changes in wind, water and temperaturecan affect Earth’s inhabitants. Grades K-6.Dates: August 3-7Time: 1:00-3:30PMLocation: Souderton Area High School - Room B116 Cost: $125 Per ChildOur own Souderton Area School District elementary technology instructor and high school technologystudents have partnered to prepare new opportunities for elementary school children to delve into computerprogramming and robotics. These exciting workshops will provide fun experiences for kids of all ages.ComputerProgrammingA Code A DayComputerProgrammingA Code A DayLegoRoboticsBeginnerLegoRoboticsExperiencedUsing Scratch, Ruby and Hopscotch students will be introduced to basic programming skills. As ourstudents grow up they will live in a world driven by technology and software. This course will be a verybasic introduction to problem solving and computer science. Grades 3-5.Instructor: Jennifer Kling with SAHS Technology studentsDates: July 13-17Time: 9:30-11:30AMLocation: Souderton Area High School Room - B116 Cost: $95 Per ChildUsing Scratch Jr. and Code.org students will be introduced to basic programming skills. As our studentsgrow up they will live in a world driven by technology and software. This course will be a very basicintroduction to problem solving and computer science. Grades 1-3.Instructor: Jennifer Kling with SAHS Technology studentsDates: July 13-17Time: 1:00-3:00PMLocation: Souderton Area High School Room - B118 Cost: $95 Per ChildUse Lego We Do to create moveable, programmable robots or inventions. This simple-to-use tool allowsstudents to imagine, create and bring their model to life. In this entertaining and easy robotics course;students will learn some of the basics of engineering, design and programming. Grades 1-3.Instructor: Jennifer Kling with SAHS Technology studentsDates: July 27-31Time: 9:30-11:30AMLocation: Souderton Area High School Room - B118 Cost: $110 Per ChildUse Lego We Do to create moveable, programmable robots. This easy-to-use tool allows students tocreate and bring their model to life through computer programming. Students will create more complexinventions based on their experience and imagination. Directions and direct instruction will be offered fora robotic hand, ferris wheel and/or spinning top. Grades 3-5.Instructor: Jennifer Kling with SAHS Technology studentsDates: July 27-31Time: 1:00-3:00PMLocation: Souderton Area High School Room - B118 Cost: $110 Per Child10 Souderton Area Community Education • Summer 2015


It’s aSMALLWORLDWORKSHOP REGISTRATION FORMChild’s Name:__________________________________________________ Age:__________ Parent:________________________________________Workshop Week Dates Time Age Costq Summer Band and Strings Week 2 June 22-26 9:00-11:30 a.m. Grades 5-6 $80q Standing on Stage! Week 2 June 22-26 9:30-11:30 a.m. Grades 3-6 $80q Standing on Stage! Week 2 June 22-26 1:00-3:00 p.m. Grades 3-6 $80q Playful Painting Week 2 June 22-26 9:30-11:30 a.m. Grades K-3 $80q Scrappy Sculpture Week 2 June 22-26 1:00-3:00 p.m. Grades 4-7 $80q It’s a Small World! Week 2 June 22-26 9:30-11:30 a.m. Grades 1-6 $85q ART-Rageous! Week 2 June 22-26 1:00-3:00 p.m. Grades 1-6 $85q Games of Strategy and Logic Week 2 June 22-26 9:15-11:30 a.m. Grades 1-5 $80q Exploring Latin Week 2 June 22-26 9:30-11:30 a.m. Grades 5-8 $80q Mad Machines and Jr. Engineers Week 2 June 22-26 9:30 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. Grades K-6 $125q Secret Agent Lab Week 2 June 22-26 1:00-3:30 p.m. Grades K-6 $125q Fun in the Sun (four days) Week 3 June 29-July 2 9:30-11:30 a.m. Grades 1-6 $85q The Playful Chef (four days) Week 3 June 29-July 2 9:30-11:30 a.m. Grades 1-5 $85q The Playful Chef (four days) Week 3 June 29-July 2 1:00-3:00 p.m. Grades 1-5 $85q Me, Myselfie and I Week 4 July 6-10 1:00-3:00 p.m. Grades 3-6 $85q Fuse-a-Polooza 1 Week 4 July 6-10 9:30-11:30 a.m. Grades 3-6 $85q Pop Art and Prints Week 4 July 6-10 1:00-3:00 p.m. Grades 3-7 $80q Portraits and Proportions Week 4 July 6-10 9:30-11:30 a.m. Grades 3-7 $80q Games of Strategy and Logic Week 4 July 6-10 9:15-11:30 a.m. Grades 1-5 $80q Playful Painting Week 5 July 13-17 9:30-11:30 a.m. Grades 4-7 $80q Scrappy Sculpture Week 5 July 13-17 1:00-3:00 p.m. Grades K-3 $80q Garden Walk Week 5 July 13-17 1:00-3:00 p.m. Grades 1-6 $85q Fuse-a-Polooza 2 Week 5 July 13-17 9:30-11:30 a.m. Grades 3-6 $85q Knit 4 Fun (four days) Week 5 July 13-16 1:00-3:00 p.m. Grades 3-6 $75q Sewing Studio (four days) Week 5 July 13-16 9:15-11:45 a.m. Grades 3-6 $75q Computer- Code-A-Day Week 5 July 13-17 9:30-11:30 a.m. Grades 3-5 $95q Computer- Code-A-Day Week 5 July 13-17 1:00-3:00 p.m. Grades 1-3 $95q Spin Me a Tail Week 6 July 20-24 1:00-3:00 p.m. Grades 1-6 $85q Mrs. C’s Crafty Kids (four days) Week 6 July 20-23 9:15-11:45 a.m. Grades K-2 $75q Cross Stitch Corner (four days) Week 6 July 20-23 1:00-3:30 p.m. Grades 3-6 $75q Red Hot Robots Week 6 July 20-24 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Grades 3-6 $125q Red Hot Robots Week 6 July 20-24 1:00-3:30 p.m. Grades 3-6 $125q Art Lab Week 7 July 27-31 1:00-3:00 p.m. Grades 1-6 $85q Clay Camp Week 7 July 27-31 9:30-11:30 a.m. Grades 1-6 $85q Knit 4 Fun (four days) Week 7 July 27-30 9:15-11:45 a.m. Grades 3-6 $75q Sewing Studio (four days) Week 7 July 27-30 9:15-11:45 a.m. Grades 3-6 $75q Lego Robotics- Beginner Week 7 July 27-31 9:30-11:30 a.m. Grades 1-3 $110q Lego Robotics- Experienced Week 7 July 27-31 1:00-3:00 p.m. Grades 3-5 $110q Glass-O-Rama Week 8 August 3-7 1:00-3:00 p.m. Grades 3-6 $85q The Playful Chef (four days) Week 8 August 3-6 9:30-11:30 a.m. Grades 1-5 $85q The Playful Chef (four days) Week 8 August 3-6 1:00-3:00 p.m. Grades 1-5 $85q Fun in French Week 8 August 3-7 9:30-11:30 a.m. Grades 1-6 $80q Space: Infinity and Beyond! Week 8 August 3-7 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Grades K-6 $125q Survival! Predators and Prey Week 8 August 3-7 1:00-3:30 p.m. Grades K-6 $125Souderton Area Community EducationMail Registration & Payment to: SACE, 760 Lower Road, Souderton, PA 18964 * (215) 721-1551 * EIN #: 23-166-8443 (For your tax purposes)$ ________________ Total Amount Due $ ________________ Amount EnclosedMethod of Payment: q Check (Payable to SACE) q Visa q MasterCard q DiscoverCredit Card #:___________________________________________________ CVV:_______________ Exp: _______________Signature Required for Credit Card payments:_________________________________________________________________________________________A $25 non-refundable registration fee is included in each activity. Please note Policy guidelines on Page 212 Souderton Area Community Education • Summer 2015


REGISTRATION INSURANCE FORMIt’s aSMALLWORLDMust be completed for each child and sent with appropriate Summer Adventure Campor Club Adventure Workshop Registration Form.“Parent Packet” will be sent to all registered camper families approximately two weeks prior to start of camp.NOTE: Any child attending SACE Summer programs must be fully potty-trained.____________________________________________________________________________________________Camper’s Last Name First Name Middle____________________________________________________________________________________________Address (REQUIRED) Town (REQUIRED) Zip Code (REQUIRED)____________________________________________________________________________________________School Child Attended 2014-2015 Grade (Entering 2015-2016) Birthdate____________________________________________________________________________________________Mother/Step Mother/Guardian Name (circle one) Cell Phone #____________________________________________________________________________________________Work Phone #Email Address____________________________________________________________________________________________Father/Step Father/Guardian Name (circle one) Cell Phone #____________________________________________________________________________________________Work Phone #Email AddressTee Shirt Size (circle one): Youth Med. Youth Large Adult Small Adult Med.Instrument (for Band/Orchestra Camp members):_____________________________Does your child require any reasonable accommodations becauseof a disability? YES NO If so, explain:Are there legal custody papers regarding this child?(circle one)NOYES (a copy must be attached)Local person to care for child if unable to reach parentsName: ____________________________________________________________________________Phone #: _________________________________________________________________________Hospitalization/Insurance is the responsibility of parent/guardianInsurance Company: ___________________________________________________________________________________________Name of Insured: _______________________________________________________________________________________________Group #: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________Policy #: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________Hospital Preference: ____________________________________________________________________________________________Allergies/Limitations: ___________________________________________________________________________________________Medical Conditions/Medications: _______________________________________________________________________________My child may begiven the followingmedications by theappropriate campstaff, as needed:(Circle all that apply)I give permission for my child to attend the Souderton Area Community Education Summer Program. I accept responsibility of transportation to and from thelocation. I agree to abide by the program rules, regulations, and procedures. In event of injury or illness, I authorize the supervisor to obtain the services of a licensedpractitioner if I am unable to be reached. I authorize first aid treatment as needed. I have noted allergies, limitations, medical conditions, and medications. I have givenspecific instructions as to special medical care for my child in writing before the start of the program. I agree to pay the expense of returning my child home beforethe termination of any trip/event if he/she does not adhere to established standards of conduct. I do not hold the program/District responsible for damage or loss ofproperty personally owned by my child. Furthermore, I assume full responsibility for any damage to person or property caused by my child.TylenolAdvilBenadrylParent or guardian willbe contacted should anymedications listed beadministered to child.____________________________________________________________________Signature_________________________________________DateSouderton Area Community Education • Summer 201513


It’s aSMALLWORLDDAY CAMP REGISTRATION FORMChild’s Name:____________________________________________________ Age:__________ Parent:________________________________________qqqCheck Camp Child Will Attend q West Broad Street q Oak RidgeSUMMER PACKAGEq 9 Weeks June 15-August 14 $1,390.00All Week 3 Days/Week Swimming Tripsq Week 1 - $165 M T W Th F - $115qTh Welcome WeekJune 15-19 (Circle days attending) $8/wkq Week 2 - $165 M T W Th F - $115 T Th q June 24 “Rapunzel”- DeSales Summer TheaterqJune 22-26 (Circle days attending) $15/wk $27q Week 3 - $135 M T W Th - $115 T Th q July 1 Pearl Buck House- Owowcow Ice CreamqJune 29-July 2 (4 days) (Circle days attending) $15/wk $27q Week 4 - $165 M T W Th F - $115 T Th q July 8 SAVE House- West Broad StreetqJuly 6-10 (Circle days attending) $15/wk $27q Week 5 - $165 M T W Th F - $115 T Th q July 17 Berry Picking- Solebury OrchardsqJuly 13-17 (Circle days attending) $15/wk $27q Week 6 - $165 M T W Th F - $115 T Th q July 22 Crayola and Easton Canal Mule BargeqJuly 20-24 (Circle days attending) $15/wk $27q Week 7 - $165 M T W Th F - $115 T Th q July 29 Happy Tymes- Games, Mini Golf, Go-cartsqJuly 27-71 (Circle days attending) $15/wk $30q Week 8 - $165 M T W Th F - $115 No q Aug 5 MCC Material Resource CenterAugust 3-7 (Circle days attending) Swimming $27 and Historical Barn Tourq Week 9 - $260 M T W Th F - $160 No q Trip WeekAugust 10-14 (Circle days attending) SwimmingPlease check appropriate boxes and sign belowYES - I give permission for my child (name on this form) to swim at the Souderton Area High School pool and to be transported to the pooland back to camp by a TSI bus.YES- I give permission for my child (name on this form) to participate in Summer Adventure Field Trips and be transported by TSI buses.YES- Any photos of my child participating in SACE activities may be used for promotional purposes by the district._______________________________________________________________________________________________________________Parent Signature (required)Souderton Area Community EducationMail Registration & Payment to: SACE, 760 Lower Road, Souderton, PA 18964 * (215) 721-1551 * EIN #: 23-166-8443 (For your tax purposes)$ __________________________________ Total Amount DueMethod of Payment: q Check (Payable to SACE) q Visa q MasterCard q DiscoverCredit Card #:___________________________________________________ CVV:_______________ Exp: _______________Signature Required for Credit Card payments:_________________________________________________________________________________________A $25 non-refundable registration fee is included in each activity. Please note Policy guidelines on Page 214 Souderton Area Community Education • Summer 2015


SUMMER ADVENTURE 2015It’s aSMALLWORLDSouderton Area Community EducationSouderton Area School District Community EducationSummer Adventure 2015Day Camp Opens at 7:00AM7:00AM-9:00AM9:00AM-9:45AM9:45AM-10:00AM10:00AM-12:00PM12:00PM-1:00PM1:00PM-1:45PM1:45PM-2:45PM2:45PM-3:00PM3:00PM-3:45PM3:45PM-4:00PM4:00PM-6:00PMFree Extended Care – Campers may choose an activity that interests themsuch as Arts & Crafts, Puzzles, Games, Reading, etc.Camp Roll Call! Campers start the day right with a cheerful greeting, informationregarding the day’s events and having fun with camp wide games, songs, and activities.Morning Break and Snack Time (Snack & Beverages Included in Fee)Rotate through planned activities.Lunch & Recess (Lunch included in Fee)Down time for younger children. Reading Activity in age appropriate groups.Rotate through planned activitiesAfternoon Snack (Snack & Beverages Included in Fee)Camp Field GamesClosing Camp CheerFree Extended Care - Campers may choose an activity that interests themsuch as Arts & Crafts, Puzzles, Games, Reading, etc.Day Camp Pick Up by 6:00PMWe offer a FLEXIBLE schedule with FREE extended hours.Entire Summer Package • Weekly OptionsLunch and Daily Snacks are Included in Camp Cost!Campers will be provided with a snack and beverage each morning and every afternoon. For those campers staying later, a secondafternoon snack will also be available. Lunch will include an entrée, vegetable and/or fruit, milk, or a cold beverage and dessert.Al la carte items will also be available to purchase at extra cost. A complete menu will be available online prior to the start of camp.Breakfast options available daily for additional cost, paid at camp.Open Swim OpportunitiesSummer Adventure Open Swim will take place 14 times throughout the summer on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Camperswill spend the morning at the Souderton High School Pool and return to camp in time for lunch. Children signed up for swimmingmust be comfortable in the water. This is NOT a lesson—open swim only. Additional cost for the Open Swim is $15 per week.Lifeguards will be on duty at all times and counselors from each camp site will be travel with campers to and from the pool. Pleasesend your child dressed in their bathing suit and with a towel and change of dry clothes on Swim days. The number of campers oneach swimming trip will be limited. Be sure to register for your choice of dates online or on the registration form found page 14.NEW- Online Registrationsace.soudertonsd.orgFor Summer Adventure Day Camp and Club Adventure WorkshopsSouderton Area Community Education • Summer 201515


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