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Each week campers will:
1. Enjoy exciting chapels which include high energy songs of praise and powerful lessons.
2. Participate in activities, crafts and games which are related to the weekly theme.
3. Enjoy a day at the pool (weather permitting — Group A pool day is on campus while Groups B & C visit the Pohick Bay Regional Park Pool).
4. Take a trip or enjoy a special activity which enhances our weekly theme.
Theme Weeks For 2017
|June 12 – 16||Time Traveler
Has your child been to Ancient Egypt, the Middle Ages, or the 1950s? In this exciting week, campers journey through time as they explore a variety of different eras and places. Campers will create cool art projects, play games, and hear music that reﬂects each themed time period or place of travel. Later in the week we will even head to the future and construct inventions that will power our future. In order to combat time traveling fatigue, campers will relax in our layover lounge. Only time will tell what new adventures await this week!
|June 19 – 23||Superhero Academy
Faster than a speeding airplane! More powerful than a locomotive! In this action-packed week, campers explore the super strength we have in Christ. We will create capes and masks and practice superhero skills. We will learn what to do when you really meet a villain (bully) and how to be a Superhero of faith. Our caped Crusaders will build mighty muscles and attempt to save our counselors from a masked villain! Will each camper graduate from Superhero Academy? Will our counselors be rescued? Grab your cape and fly to camp to ﬁnd out!
|June 26 – 30||Galactic Starveyors
Discover the incredible God-created mysteries of the ﬁnal frontier—right from our camp! We will explore the stars, the moon and the entire galaxy! Be ready to look for shooting stars and beware of the Black Hole! Campers will build and set off rockets to reach 3…2…l liftoff! We will make edible space junk and have our very own Space Race. Get ready to explore the furthest reaches of the cosmos and paint the solar system as campers take imagination to Inﬁnity — and beyond!
|July 3 – 7 (Closed 4th)||Pop, Pop, Fizz, Fizz
Pop, pop, ﬁzz, ﬁzz, oh, how fun it is! Campers will enjoy things that pop and things that ﬁzz this week! Have you ever tasted a snack that explodes? Have you ever been surrounded by a bubble? Will you win the blow a bubble competition? Campers will pop popcorn in a variety of different ways and enjoy a taste explosion at our popcorn toppings bar. Just wait for the Balloon Bash on Friday…pop, pop, POP!
|July 10-14||Summer Fiesta
Bring on the pinata, the dancing and the taco tasting! Don‘t like eating tacos? You may have more fun at our ﬂying taco battle instead! Are you a pepper person? We’ll taste the “safe” ones and learn about what makes the spicy ones… hot, hot, HOT! We will be playing ﬁesta inspired games, taste salsa that WE make and learn about Spanish speaking countries around the world. We’ll meet missionaries who serve the Lord In Latin cultures and we’ll sing and speak in Spanish! iOLE, OLE!
|July 17 – 21||Digging up Dinosaurs
Let’s learn about large lizards and massive scaly friends! We will go on a dinosaur egg hunt, search for dinosaur footprints and make fossils. Did you know that the Bible mentions dinosaurs and that God created every single one of them? We will make a colossal edible dinosaur and crack open sparkling geodes. Can you put our dinosaur bone puzzle together before you become extinct? Don’t worry. . .all campers will survive the dinosaur stampede. . .or so we hope!
|July 24 – 28||Wacky Week
Be ready for the unexpected this week! Pajama Day, Inside Out Day and a Craziest Hair Contest are on the schedule, but be ready for wacky counselor skits, crazy crafts and ridiculous snacks. Campers will get to show their wacky creativity with recycled materials in the thingamajig competition! Feeling zany? Bring your funniest jokes, riddles and tongue twisters for our Laughathon! LOL
|July 31 – August 4||No Theme Week
What? No Theme? Just wait! Each day will be packed with surprising snacks, goofy games and exciting events! Campers will get to choose their own adventures and enjoy the most fun Nothing Day ever! No theme means our fun has no bounds! We will compare no name brand snacks with brand name ones and we’ll each plan a personal vacation where “no” is not an option! Bring your favorite games. toys and activities for our Do It Yourself Fun Party!
|August 7 – 11||Splashtopia
Take a group of awesome campers, add some summer heat, throw in a ton of fun water activities and what do you get?! It’s Splashtapial We will have a SPLASH discovering cool ways to beat the summer heat! Campers are going to get soaked this week and may even get to soak their counselors, too! All the summer’s best cool off tricks will be in full gear…popsicles, water balloons, lce adventures and more!
SUMMER CAMP FEES & POLICIES 2017
CAMP HOURS: Summer Camp opens at 6:45 a.m. and closes at 6:00 p.m. There is a late fee of $1.00 per minute after 6:00 p.m. Parents who are consistently late in picking up their child will be asked to withdraw their child from Summer Camp.
AGES: Preschool Three (must be three by September 30th and fully toilet trained) through those entering 7th grade may attend CRCS Summer Camp.
GROUPS: (entering school year 2017-2018) Group A: Preschool & Kindergarten, Group B: 1st & 2nd Grades,
Group C: 3rd – 7th Grades.
REGISTRATION/MATERIALS FEE: $140.00 (Includes five camp t-shirts)
DEPOSIT POLICY: The deposit will be credited to your account as payment for your child’s last week of camp, if all weeks signed up for are attended. If a week signed up for is missed, the deposit will pay for this week’s charges. A new deposit is required to return to camp.
WEEKLY TUITION: Each Monday all parents (including prepaid accounts) must check their children in at the summer camp registration desk. Weekly tuition must be paid on or before Monday morning before a child will be permitted to enter camp for that week. Any students currently enrolled in CRCS will not be permitted to attend summer camp if their school account is not paid in full.
|GROUP A WEEKLY CAMP TUITION:||Includes hours between 6:45 am – 6:00 pm, two daily snacks and field trip fees.|
|First Child if registered by May 15||$260.00||Any Additional Children, ea.||$250.00|
|First Child registered after May 15||$270.00||Any Additional Children, ea.||$260.00|
|GROUP B & C WEEKLY CAMP TUITION:||Includes hours between 6:45 am – 6:00 pm, two daily snacks and field trip fees.|
|First Child if registered by May 15||$267.00||Any Additional Children, ea.||$260.00|
|First Child registered after May 15||$277.00||Any Additional Children, ea.||$270.00|
|LUNCH:||Includes hot or packed lunch and drink.|
|Weekly Fee – $24.00|
|Daily Fee – $5.50 (purchasing lunch for 1-4 days: for planning purposes, please notify the administration each Monday which days your child(ren) will need to purchase lunch that week)|
All campers who do not purchase lunch must bring a bag lunch and a drink that does not need refrigeration (Microwaves will
not be provided). Morning and afternoon snacks are provided. Campers are required to bring a water bottle daily.
1. Complete the Summer Camp Application. On the registration form, (the last page) be sure to mark the weeks you would like your child to attend and sign the bottom of the form. Bring your child’s original birth certificate to the office, and a copy of the school entrance and immunization certification. If your child attended CRCS during 2016-2017 school year, we have these forms on file so copies are not necessary.
Please note that your child may not attend our summer camp until the above items are secured.
2. Attach the registration fee and one week’s deposit per child. We cannot complete the registration process until these fees are paid.
3. Mail or drop off the registration form(s) and certificate(s) to the school office.
4. In cases of divorce or separation, unless otherwise specified by a court order and specific written request by a parent, both parents will be permitted to pick up child during camp hours. If you have any concerns in this area, please contact the school office at 703-971-8004
The Calvary Road Christian School Summer Camp admits students of any race, color, or national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its education, admissions, scholarships, athletics, or other school administered programs.
DRESS CODE: Dress Code for Summer Camp will be appropriate to our activities and to our standard of modesty. More specifically, sneakers, socks, modest shorts / skirts, and one piece bathing suits (while swimming only) are a must. Campers are required to wear Summer Camp t-shirts each day. Five t-shirts are provided the first day of camp. No sandals are permitted except on pool days. The Administration is the final authority in the interpretation of the dress code.
BEHAVIOR / DISCIPLINARY: While Summer Camp is a less structured environment, students are still expected to follow certain rules for reasons of safety and so that everyone can have an enjoyable experience. The following policy will apply during Summer Camp for minor and serious infractions.
- Initial misconduct that is not of a serious nature will be handled by camp staff.
- Continued misconduct by campers will receive the following actions:
- First instance – referral to Camp Director and call to parents
- Second instance – one day suspension
- Third instance – one week suspension
- Fourth instance – expulsion
- The following serious instances of misconduct will result in an immediate suspension or expulsion at the discretion of the Camp Director: fighting, destruction of property, vandalism, profanity, vulgarity, inappropriate physical contact, stealing, threats of violence, direct disobedience, bullying (verbal, written, physical, or electronic), blatant disrespect to staff or students, possession or use of a weapon, possession or use of illegal drugs (weapons or drug violations may also result in the authorities being contacted)
THREAT OF VIOLENCE: CRCS Summer Camp has a no tolerance policy involving threats or perceived threats of violence by students. Any threat of violence, either credible or non-credible will be immediately investigated by the administration. If the administration determines that the threat of violence is credible, the student will be expelled immediately. If s/he is also a CRCS School student they will not be permitted to re-enroll/enroll in the school program. The school will also contact the authorities.
If the Administration determines the threat of violence is not credible, the Summer Camp will suspend the student for a minimum of one day. After a parent meeting the Summer Camp will require, at parents’ expense, the student to obtain counseling from a professional counselor that is agreeable to the school. No student will be able to continue enrollment until the counselor advises the school that the student, in the counselor’s opinion, does not present a threat of danger.
CELL PHONE / ELECTRONICS POLICY: Cell phones are permitted at CRCS Summer Camp; however, they must be turned off on school property. During Summer Camp hours, no student may carry a cell phone on his/her person. The phone must be kept in their book bag or summer camp tote bag. Students may not display a cell phone or use it for any reason while on CRCS premises or at Summer Camp field trips, at any time.
Violation of this cell phone policy will result in immediate confiscation of the phone. Parents must pick up the confiscated phones from the Summer Camp Director. Additional violations will result in a disciplinary referral to the Summer Camp Director.
Using any recording device to make pictures or videos on CRCS property, school buses or CRCS sponsored events by anyone other than CRCS employees is not permitted at any time.
Parents who wish to contact their child may do so through the school office.
Calvary Road Christian School is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged cell phones or electronic devices.
The above policy is also applicable to all other electronic devices, including, but not limited to iPADs, digital cameras, iPods, Game Systems, etc. unless written permission is obtained from the school administration.