Makoto 2018 Summer Program Brochure

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Don't drag your kids kicking and screaming to the same old summer camp. Put them on the road to adventure in the Makoto 2018 Summer Program. Not only will your kids gain cool ninja skils, they'll experience 3-4 field trips a week to exciting places such as Roundtop Mountain... Philadelphia... Lake Tobias Wildlife Safari... ozzy's Family Fun Center... and the Elmwood Zoo for zip lining. This summer, make memories that will last. Register for the Makoto 2018 Summer Program.

Makoto Summer Program

2018

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Who is

Makoto?

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Meet the

Staff

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Weeks

Available

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Teen

Program

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Program

Details


Join the FUN this Summer!

Don’t drag your kid kicking and screaming to the same old summer camp.

This year, let them kick… kiai (Japanese for “scream”)… and create some

fantastic memories in the Makoto Summer Camp program.

Non-Stop Action!

Each week the campers will not only learn the martial arts, they’ll…

• Gain cool Ninja skills as they learn a traditional martial arts…

experience weapons work… and train to run faster and jump

higher.

• Take at least three (3) field trips a week to such fun locations

as: Dutch Springs Water Park… Urban Air Trampoline Park...

Spirit of Philadelphia Lunch Cruise... Mermaid Lake… Zoo

America… Roundtop Mountain Adventures with OGO Balls…

and MORE!

• Experience adventures like canoeing… archery… swimming…

scavenger hunts… and Carnival Day.

• Learn how to “Pay It Forward” as they hold Good Deed Day (a

yearly favorite)… a charity car wash… collect needed items for

such local charity organizations as Cradles to Crayons…

and more.

Our Guarantee!

This is your kids’ summer. It’s their chance to get outside, be active, and

have a great time. So we promise… your kids will come home tired, dirty,

and excited to come back to do it all again tomorrow.

Who is Makoto?

Makoto is a traditional martial arts

school that has been in business for

more than 20 years. It features not only

a traditional martial arts program but a

thriving after-school program whose

sole purpose is to prepare for life. It

takes a village to raise a child and

Makoto wants to be part of your village.

Three locations: Downingtown, Exton,

and Lionville.


Meet the Makoto Summer Staff...

Mrs. La France

Owner

Sensei Cataldo

Counselor

Sensei Jones

Head Counselor

Mr. Voorhees

Head Counselor

Ms. Boyd

Camp Coordinator

Mr. Foltz

Sr. Counselor

Mr. Richman

Sr. Counselor

Mr. Fish

Sr. Counselor

Ms. Seibert

Sr. Counselor

Mr. Scullion

Sr. Counselor

Ms. Giordano

Sr. Counselor

Ms. VonLicht

Sr. Counselor

Ms. Montorro

Community Relations


Our Weekly Adventures:

Each day of the Makoto Summer program will BEGIN and END with

martial arts training. Campers will gain not only some cool ninja skills, they’ll

also learn nunchucks and double sticks. Plus, any camper who attends three

(3) or more weeks can will earn belts.

“Water Wars” will happen every FRIDAY of the Makoto Summer program.

During Water Wars, campers will enjoy commercial sized water slides… battle

royales with water guns… eat pizza… and experience a visit from the ice

cream man. A camper favorite.

But what happens the rest of the week? Field trips and events, of course.

Read on to find out exactly what we’ll be doing each week.

Session 1: June 11-15:

Our adventures will include: Ozzy’s Family Fun Center… Mermaid Lake… a

tour of the Phillies Stadium... plus a visit to the park.

Session 2: June 18-22:

Our adventures will include: Mt. Gretna Lake… the Fun-

Plex Amusement Park… activities at Camp Sankanak...

plus a Beach Volleyball Tournament at Broad Run Park.

Session 3: June 25-29:

Our adventures will include: Coco Key Indoor Water Park…

running the iCore Warrior Course… touring Pea Patch Island and its fort...

plus a visit to the park.

Session 4: July 2-6: (CLOSED on July 4th.)

Our adventures will include: Mt. Gretna Lake… Zip

Lining at Elmwood Zoo… the Kutztown Fair, plus

creating our own broad swords for a Battle Royale.

Session 5: July 9-13:

Our adventures will include: Bellmawr Lake…

swimming in the Jellystone Pool… visiting the

Philadelphia Art Museum… plus a visit to the park.

Session 6: July 16-20:

Our adventures will include: Mt. Gretna Lake… Zoo America… a lunch cruise

on the Spirit of Philadelphia… and a camper favorite, “Good Deed Day”.


Session 7: July 23-27:

Our adventures will include: Tubing down the Brandywine… the NJ Aquarium…

Escape Rooms @ Makoto… plus a visit to the park.

Session 8: July 30– August 3:

Our adventures will include: Mt. Gretna Lake… the Makoto Olympics…

Paintball… a visit to the Delaware Nature Center… plus Collections Day for Cradles

to Crayons..

Session 9: August 6-10:

Our adventures will include: Dutch Springs Water Park… Urban Air Trampoline

Park… visiting the DaVinci Science Center... plus a visit to the park.

Session 10: August 13-17:

Our adventures will include: Mt. Gretna Lake…

Carnival Day… Roundtop Mountain Adventures

with OGO Balls… and touring Valley Forge

National Park.

Session 11: August 20-24:

Our adventures will include: Lake Tobias Wildlife

Safari… swimming at Blue Marsh Lake… Ozzy’s

Family Fun Center... plus a visit to the park.

Teen Summer Program

Do you have a teen at home that doesn’t want to go to “baby camp” but gets bored

at home? There is a solution… Makoto’s Teen Summer program.

Created for teens 12-16 years, our Teen Summer program offers your middle and

high schoolers exactly what they are craving… community, adventure, and FUN

with their peers.

What fun is scheduled for the Teen Summer Program?

Session 1: June 25-29:

• Bellmawr Lake

• Shady Maple Buffet

• Exploring Philadelphia

• Grounds for Sculpture

• Quarry Swim Club

Session 2: July 16-20:

• Dutch Springs Water Park

• Cooking Classes

• Asbury Park Beach

• Green Dragon Flea Market

• Lunch Cruise

Session 3: July 23-27:

• Mt. Gretna Lake

• White Water Rafting

• Geocaching

• Tubing down Brandywine

• Philadelphia Art Museum

For more information visit: www.makotoway.com/teen-camp.html


Registration Information:

January 22: Registration begins for current Makoto members.

February 5: Registration is opened to the public.

To enroll in the Makoto Summer Program:

1. Register electronically: https://makoto.regfox.com/makoto-2018-summer-camp.

2. Download the Application: www.makotoway.com/makoto-summer-program.html.

Then send the completed document via either:

Email: newcomen@makotoway.com

Mail: 14 N. Village Ave. Exton, PA 19341

Payment Details:

Makoto Member Pricing:

Non-Member Pricing:

Regular Summer Program:

Regular Summer Program:

1-4 weeks: $257.00/week 1-4 weeks: $297.00/week

5-9 weeks: $237.00/week 5-9 weeks: $277.00/week

10+ weeks: $217.00/week 10+ weeks: $257.00/week

TEEN Summer Program:

TEEN Summer Program:

1, 2 or 3 weeks: $307.00/week 1, 2 or 3 weeks: $337.00/week


Program Details:

What to Bring

Campers should bring the following with

them DAILY:

• Lunch

• Extra drinks (no sugary drinks)

• Closed toe shoes

• Sunscreen

• Hat

Medications:

NO Electronics Policy:

The use of iPads, handheld gaming systems,

tablets, etc. is NOT permitted during the

week. So please DO NOT send electronics

with your son or daughter. Cameras may be

allowed for specific field trips.

All cell phones MUST be kept in backpacks at

all times. If a camper needs to contact a parent

the Camp Counselors will do so. Also, if

pick up times change or a parent needs to get

in contact with his or her child, the parent

MUST call the camp. We are the ones

responsible for your child and need to know

what is happening.

If your child needs any type of

Medication, a parent's note must

accompany the medication and indicate:

(1) permission to dispense the

Medicine, 2) the dosage amount, and (3)

a specific time to dispense the

medicine. All medication MUST be

labeled with your child's name. If your

child is able to take the medicine him or

herself, a Camp Counselor must be

notified of the situation.

Drop Off & Pick Ups:

Drop off time is between 8:00-9:00am.

You do not need to sign your camper IN

each day. You must however, walk him or

her into the lobby.

Pick up is at 4:15pm if your camper is

NOT taking the BONUS martial arts class.

Pick up is by 5:00pm if you are NOT

selecting After Care. Pick up is by 6:00pm

if you select Extended Care.

Counselors will NOT release a child until

an authorized adult has come inside to

sign the child out. If an unauthorized

adult arrives, the child will NOT be

permitted to leave until verbal permission

is granted by the parent.

During TEEN weeks, teens will be allowed to

have their phones but use will be limited.

Extended Day:

Any day can be extended with a free BONUS

martial arts class or Before & After Care.).

• Extended Program ($37 per week)

Before Program: 7:30-8:00am

After Program: 5:00-6:00pm

• BONUS Martial Arts Class:

Free Class: 4:15-5:00pm

Refunds & Cancelations:

You may cancel or switch weeks up until

April 23, 2018 After that you are

responsible for payment of each week in

which you have enrolled.

Refunds will only be given if (1) Makoto

cancels, or (2) a child cannot attend a full

week of camp due to injury or family emergency.

In the event injury, a doctor's note

must be submitted with the refund request.

No allowance or refund is given for any

absences, illness, missed or partial days,

late arrivals, partial weeks or early withdrawal

of a camper during the week,

except as noted above.


Makoto Downingtown

1045 Boot Rd.

Downingtown, PA 19335

(484) 237-8095

downingtown@makotoway.com

Makoto @ The Martial Arts Studio

14 N. Village Ave.

Exton, P 19341

(610) 280-0873

masdojo@gmail.com

Makoto Newcomen

412 Newcomen Rd.

Exton, PA 19341

(484) 872-8140

newcomen@makotoway.com

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