WELCOME!

Thank you for your interest in St. Paul’s Episcopal School’s summer programs. Our summer programs offer engaging educational and recreational programs for learners of all ages beginning as young as rising St. Paul’s Early Education (EEC) 3K. On this page you will find our Summer Planning guide as well as registration links for Summer Day Camp, Enrichment Classes and Athletics Camps.


Summer Planning Guide

Contact Information

Questions

For any additional information please contact one of our summer program coordinators:

Jackie Jackson
jjackson@stpaulsmobile.net
Coordinator of Summer Saints Day Camp

Jill Drum
jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net
Coordinator of Summer Saints Enrichment Programs

How to Register

Summer Day Camp

Rising EEC 3K - Grade 5

June 1 - July 31

Let us take your Saint on a summer time adventure where every day is an opportunity for friendship, fun, and discovery! Each week we will explore a new theme and immerse ourselves in learning and fun. We offer indoor and outdoor activities, creative art projects, dance, yoga, sports, games, science, technology, cooking, storytelling, dramatic play, and daily adventures on campus.

Location: The St. Paul's Lower School Campus
Full Day Option: 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

One Time Registration Fee • $30.00 (includes camp supply kit)
Full Week Cost • $165.00 a week
Half Day and Drop-In Options will not be offered during the summer of 2020

Students must be enrolled in the St. Paul’s Church EEC or St. Paul’s Episcopal School for the 2020-2021 school year in order to attend Summer Saints Day Camp.

We are currently full for all weeks of Summer Saints Day Camp. If you would like your child to attend, please continue to register and you will be added to a wait list and contacted if a spot becomes available.

Day Camp Registration

Enrichment Classes & Athletic Camps all Athletic camps canceled

Rising Grades 1 - 12

May 26 - August 7

Enrichment class and Athletic camp registration is completed by downloading a printable form using the following link.

Enrichment / Athletics Registration

Classes and Camps by Program

Day Camp

COVID-19 UPDATES

Updated Daily
Schedule
Letter from
Day Camp Coordinator

June 1-5

Come One, Come All, It’s a Carnival!

Step right up and get a ticket to kick off your summer fun! Join your friends this week for a magical time with carnival themed games and crafts plus much more.

June 8-12

Sea, Sand, and Sun

Let’s splash into summer and learn more about the wonderful water that surrounds us here on the Gulf Coast! This week is packed with wet and wild fun and learning!

June 15-19

Character Exploration

Join us for an exciting week where our younger Saints can dress up as a pirate or a princess every day! They will explore castles, build ships, decorate crowns and eye patches, and dig for buried treasure.

Our older Saints will explore their favorite movie or book character through various drama-related activities.

June 22-26

Full STEAM Ahead!

Put on your thinking caps and hard hats and be ready to solve problems and build like an engineer! We will build, create, and transform structures using various materials.

June 29 - July 2 CLOSED Friday, July, 3rd

America the Beautiful!

Celebrate the 4th of July with classic summertime fun and games!

July 6-10

Mad Scientist Camp

Come and discover what it’s like to be a real scientist in our Mad Scientist Lab! Each day we will explore the amazing world of science with goopy, slimy, fizzy, and foaming experiments.

July 13-17

Sizzling Saints Cooking Camp

See what’s cooking in the Saints kitchen! In addition to whipping up new recipes, our chefs will learn to measure, mix, and create. Campers will also enjoy learning about manners this week and practice with fun role playing.

July 20-24

Wild Animal Adventure

We’re not lion when we say it’s going to be a wild time! Start by taking a journey to explore the lives of dinosaurs! We will also take a safari in our own backyard and around the world to explore wild animals and their habitats.

July 27-31 Friday, July 31st dismissal at 12:00

Awesome Art Camp

Back by popular demand! Our awesome artists will be encouraged to use creative thinking as they learn skill building techniques while exploring a variety of artistic mediums.

Enrichment Classes

Drivers’ Education

May 26 - June 1, 2020 • 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
(Tuesday - Friday the first week and Monday the next)
$275

Must be 15 years of age and have a valid learner's permit before completing the driving portion. Upon Satisfactory completion of the course students will receive a certificate of completion for drivers' education that may be used for insurance discounts. Students will also have the opportunity to earn their boaters certification. In addition to the above, students may also be able to satisfy the driving portion of the driver's license test through drivers' education. They will drive with the instructor and receive a certificate through Alabama's third party drivers' education course.


College Application Essay Writing Eleanor Inge Baker

July 28 - 30, 2020 • 12:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Rising 12th
$100

Who wants to get that college application essay out of the way even before senior year begins? This one-week class in advanced expository and narrative composition is aimed at generating ideas for college application essays. Students will examine prompts from various colleges and begin the essay-writing process by brainstorming and developing ideas into crisp and original pieces of writing. During Fall Semester your instructor, Mrs. Baker, will continue to work with you on the revisions of your essay until it is polished and ready to submit with your applications.


It’s a whole new world… Get Ready for 3rd Grade! Stacy Fasanello (formerly Hack)

July 21-23, 2020 • 9:00-11:00 a.m. (First session is FULL. A new class has opened up from 12:00 – 2:00 pm)
Rising 3rd graders
$130

Is your rising 3rd grader nervous about moving to the big campus? If so, this camp will be perfect! Ms. Hack will guide our newest students on a tour of the campus, explore classrooms and the cafeteria, and answer all of your child’s burning questions about 3rd grade life! At the same time, we will review 2nd grade math and reading skills needed to have a successful start to the year. Your child will end this camp excited and ready to begin 3rd grade with confidence!


Middle School Study Skills Molly Wagner

August 3-6, 2020 • 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Rising 5th - 8th graders
$150

This course will address the study skills that will help students succeed in Middle School. Mrs. Wagner will cover topics like setting goals, how we learn, identifying individual learning styles, getting organized, reading and following directions, reading and writing strategies, memory techniques, test-taking strategies and using graphic organizers.


Super Fun Summer Math Camp Mary Allison Potts

July 28-30, 2020 • 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Rising 4th graders
$130

Rising fourth graders will use exciting games and activities to brush up on important math skills before school starts. Join Mrs. Potts for Super Fun Summer Math Camp, and start your 4th grade year off right. Have fun and brush up on your math skills before 4th grade!


Sixth Grade English Summer Reading Class Elizabeth Campbell

July 27 - 30 • 9:00- 12:00 a.m.
Rising 6th graders
$100

Dive into a new world with the Sixth Grade summer reading book, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis. Join Mrs. Campbell for this fun way to accomplish some of your summer reading! During the course of the week, we will read the book, and look closely at vocabulary, character development, and figurative language. Sixth Graders will also complete their summer reading projects.

**Students need their own copies of the book, and a snack and drink each day.


Math and Test-taking “brush-up” John Brigham

July 27 - 30, 2019: 9:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Rising 8th-12th grades
$150

This course will be a great primer-course to help students start the new year on a high note. Join Mr. Brigham as he teaches you habits to help you get the best possible results out of your time and effort throughout the new school year. This course will focus on a refresher for Math skills and will include the pre-algebra and algebra skills needed for all St. Paul’s Math classes. The math portion of the ACT will also be addressed. In addition to math skills, there will be test taking and study skills for all subjects covered.


Spy School! Kim McDonald

July 20-23, 2020 • 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Rising 1st - 4th Grade
$130

Recruiting top secret agents to join Mrs. McDonald’s Spy Team. Crack the codes (coding & robots), solve the Breakout Box mysteries, and uncover some of the best detective books in the library. Join the forces, have some fun and reveal your secret agent identity!


Broadway Bound Drama and Music Camp Tammy Nicholas

July 6-9, 2020 • 9:00 AM -12:00 PM
Rising 2nd - 6th graders
$150 includes camp shirt

This summer, “Broadway Bound” is going to the dogs...and cats! Join us as our musical ‘furry friends’ break free from their cage and come alive on stage! Students will learn songs, scenes and choreography from Disney’s hit shows 101 Dalmatians and Aristocats! So gather the singers, assemble the cast. Get ready to have a Broadway Bound Blast! Make way for the chorus (a large one or small), ‘cause this is a showstopper camp, perfect for all!


ACT Boot Camp Karen Duren

(new date) July 13 - 17, 2020 • 12:00 - 2:00 PM*
$150**

This course will refresh your knowledge in the content areas and familiarize you with the ACT test in the week prior to the June test date**. We will also cover types of questions typical on this test and basic strategies for optimizing your score and use of time. We will cover one section a day, with the additional day left for areas of concern and additional practice.

*This course may be repeated for the second test date, July 13-17, if interest exists.
**Student must also purchase the book - The Official ACT Prep Guide 2019-2020
ISBN-13: 978-1119580508
ISBN-10: 1119580501


Discover the One and Only Ivan Karen McCullough

June 15-18, 2020 • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Rising 4th graders
$150*

Come join Mrs. McCullough for a fun-filled week as we learn more about Ivan! Activities will include readers’ theatre, ‘map studies, vocabulary activities, pre- reading discussion, character discussion, painting pictures, crossword puzzles, voice and genre studies, visualization activities, and games as well as writing activities- all with a focus on the book The One and Only Ivan. The result at the end of the week will be completion of your summer reading requirement and project!

*Students will need a copy of the book The One and Only Ivan as well as a snack and drink each day.


Discover the Wonder of Wonder Karen McCullough

June 15-18, 2020 • 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Rising 5th graders
$150*

Come join Mrs. McCullough for a fun-filled week as we read “Wonder”. Book related activities will include pre-reading discussions, character discussions, crossword puzzles, theme study, point of view, visualization, and readers’ theatre as well as various science, social studies activities and art activities. All activities will focus on the book Wonder! We will also be watching the movie as a culminating activity. The result at the end of the week will be the completion of your summer reading requirement and project!

*Students will need a copy of the book Wonder as well as a snack and drink each day.


Advanced Placement Bootcamp Marty Smisson and Lisa McDonough

July 13-16, 2020 • 9:00 - 11:00 AM
History: July 13-15 | $150*
Science: July 16 | $50*

Want to get a jump on learning the skills required for Advanced Placement History? Come to AP Bootcamp where students will be introduced to the historical thinking skills, reasoning processes, and associated task requirements for AP. Exercises in document analysis, essay writing, the DBQ (document based question), and college level textbook reading will be included. Recommended for students new to Advanced Placement European History or those seeking AP skills practice.

AP Bootcamp Science Edition will introduce or reinforce quantitative skills throughout the AP sciences. We will practice graphing, data analysis, and hypothesis testing. This session is recommended for students enrolled in AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics, or AP Environmental Sciences. The skills are also useful for many other college prep course offerings at St. Paul’s.

*Students may register for all four days ($200), or choose between history ($150) and science ($50).


Sharpen Your Spanish Skills with Miss Iris! Iris Clarke

July 13-16, 2020 • 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Rising 3rd – 5th Grade
$150

Join Miss Iris this summer as we sharpen our Spanish skills. We will sing, dance, play games, and do fun projects all while we are learning the Spanish language!


Gulf Coast Young Engineers Robotic Lego Camps

Student Commons Building - Community Classroom
Our 1/2 day camps are open to all students grades 2-6
Min 10 students, Max 20 students

May 26-29 Transportation Camp, 9-12 Noon $200

In this four-day camp students will make a variety of robotic cars and motorcycles while learning about all kinds of transmissions, Newton’s Laws of Motion, and angular momentum. There will be all kinds of races and lots of creative innovation time.

Aug 3-7 Air/Space Camp, 9-12 Noon $250

This is a five-day camp where students will build a Mars Rover, helicopter and other robotic models while learning about Bernoulli’s Law and lift force, Newton’s Laws of Motion, aviation history, and transmissions. Lots of fun activities and creative innovation time.

Email us if you have any questions.


Gulf Coast Young Engineers Online Virtual Robotic Summer Camps for Ages 6-9

Each camp offers a different model and academic lesson - so a total of 20 robotic models with lessons in the mechanics of engineering and physical science. So your child can participate in all 4 camps or you can pick and choose.

  • Monday, June 15-19 10:00-11:30 or 2:00-3:30 $100
  • Monday, June 22-26 10:00-11:30 or 2:00-3:30 $100
  • Monday, July 13-17 10:00-11:30 or 2:00-3:30 $100
  • Monday, July 20-24 10:00-11:30 or 2:00-3:30 $100

How will this work? Upon registration and payment, we will ship to you a compact kit of over 300 building blocks which coordinate with our camp models. This kit retails for $65 plus taxes and shipping and is yours to keep. Through our Zoom program the students will be able to see and hear us and see the instructions, as well as see our videos and have access to any additional materials needed for lessons.

Limited number of kits so don't miss out on this opportunity for your child to have supplementary academic enrichment this summer!

Athletic Camps CANCELED

Athletic Camps Canceled

In response to public health guidance and government directives for protecting the health and safety of our community during the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Paul's Episcopal School will be canceling all summer athletic camps and clinics.

The affected camps and clinics include the following sports: Softball Clinic, Soccer Camp, Girls' Basketball Camp, Boys' Basketball Camp, Baseball Camp, Cheerleading Camp, Volleyball Camp, and Football Camp.

The process to refund any payment made for summer athletic camps will begin immediately.

Saints Softball Clinic
May 27-28, 2020
9:30 a.m - 11:30 a.m.
Rising 2nd - 6th
$75

Saints Soccer Camp
July 27-29, 2020
5:30-7:30 p.m.
Girls and Boys - Rising PreK - 6th
$100

Saints Girls’ Basketball Camp
June 1-3, 2020
9:00-11:30 a.m.
Rising 1st - 6th
$100

Saints Baseball Camp
June 8-10, 2020
8:30-11:00 a.m.
Rising 1st - 6th
$100

Saints Boys Basketball Camp
June 1-3, 2020
9:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Rising 1st - 6th
$100

Saints Cheerleading Camp
July 27-29, 2020
9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Rising PreK - 4th
$100

Saints Volleyball Clinic
June 22 - 25, 2020
9:00-11:30 a.m.
Rising 3rd-6th
$100

Saints Football Camp
July 13-15, 2020
8 - 11 a.m.
Ages 5-13 years
$100

All Classes and Camps by Week

May 26 - 29

Driver’s Education

15 years of age

May 26 - June 1 • 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Tuesday-Friday the first week and Monday the next
$275

Must be 15 years of age and have a valid learner’s permit before completing the driving portion. Upon satisfactory completion of the course students will receive a certificate of completion for driver’s education that may be used for insurance discounts. Students will also have the opportunity to earn their boater’s certification. In addition to the above, students may also be able to satisfy the driving portion of the driver’s license test through driver’s education. They will drive with the instructor and receive a certificate through Alabama’s third party driver’s education course.

Instructor: Chad Harrelson
Questions? Contact Jill Drum (jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net)


Gulf Coast Young Engineers Transportation Camp

Rising Grades 2-6

May 26 - 29 • 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
$200

In this four-day camp students will make a variety of robotic cars and motorcycles while learning about all kinds of transmissions, Newton’s Laws of Motion, and angular momentum. There will be all kinds of races and lots of creative innovation time.

Instructor: Ceil Striplin (gulfcoast@e2youngengineers.com)

June 1-5

Come One, Come All, It’s a Carnival!

Step right up and get a ticket to kick off your summer fun! Join your friends this week for a magical time with carnival themed games and crafts plus much more.


June 8-12

Sea, Sand, and Sun

Let’s splash into summer and learn more about the wonderful water that surrounds us here on the Gulf Coast! This week is packed with wet and wild fun and learning!


Act Boot Camp

Rising Grades 9 - 12

June 8 - 12 • 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
$150 – student must also purchase the book

This course will refresh your knowledge in the content areas and familiarize you with the ACT test in the week prior to the June test date**. We will also cover types of questions typical on this test and basic strategies for optimizing your score and use of time. We will cover one section a day, with the additional day left for areas of concern and additional practice.

Book Information: The Official ACT Prep Guide 2019-2020
ISBN-13: 978-1119580508
ISBN-10: 1119580501
Instructor: Karen Duren
Questions? Contact Jill Drum at jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net
*This course may be repeated for the second test date, July 13-17, if interest exists.


Spy School!

Rising Grades 1 - 4

June 8 - 11 • 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
$130

Recruiting top secret agents to join Mrs. McDonald’s Spy Team. Crack the codes (coding & robots), solve the Breakout Box mysteries, and uncover some of the best detective books in the library. Join the forces, have some fun and reveal your secret agent identity!

Instructor: Kim McDonald
Questions? Contact Jill Drum at jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net

June 15-19

Character Exploration

Join us for an exciting week where our younger Saints can dress up as a pirate or a princess every day! They will explore castles, build ships, decorate crowns and eye patches, and dig for buried treasure.

Our older Saints will explore their favorite movie or book character through various drama-related activities.


Discover The One And Only Ivan

Rising Grade 4

June 15 - 18 • 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
$150*

Come join Mrs. McCullough for a fun-filled week as we learn more about Ivan! Activities will include readers’ theatre, ‘map studies, vocabulary activities, pre- reading discussion, character discussion, painting pictures, crossword puzzles, voice and genre studies, visualization activities, and games as well as writing activities- all with a focus on the book The One and Only Ivan. The result at the end of the week will be the completion of your summer reading requirement and project!

* Students will need a copy of the book The One and Only Ivan as well as a snack and drink each day.
Instructor: Karen McCullough
Questions? Contact Jill Drum at jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net


Discover The Wonder Of Wonder

Rising Grade 5

June 15 - 18 • 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
$150*

Come join Mrs. McCullough for a fun-filled week as we read Wonder. Book related activities will include pre-reading discussions, character discussions, crossword puzzles, theme study, point of view, visualization, and readers’ theatre as well as various science, social studies activities and art activities. All activities will focus on the book Wonder! We will also be watching the movie as a culminating activity The result at the end of the week will be the completion of your summer reading requirement and project!

* Students will need a copy of the book Wonder as well as a snack and drink each day.
Instructor: Karen McCullough
Questions? Contact Jill Drum at jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net

June 22-26

Full STEAM Ahead!

Put on your thinking caps and hard hats and be ready to solve problems and build like an engineer! We will build, create, and transform structures using various materials.


June 29 - July 2 CLOSED Friday, July, 3rd

America the Beautiful!

Celebrate the 4th of July with classic summertime fun and games!


July 6-10

Mad Scientist Camp

Come and discover what it’s like to be a real scientist in our Mad Scientist Lab! Each day we will explore the amazing world of science with goopy, slimy, fizzy, and foaming experiments.


Broadway Bound Drama And Music Camp

Rising Grades 2-6

Session 2 • July 6 - 9 • 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
$150 – includes Camp T-Shirt-Shirt

This summer, “Broadway Bound” is going to the dogs...and cats! Join us as our musical ‘furry friends’ break free from their cage and come alive on stage! Students will learn songs, scenes and choreography from Disney’s hit shows 101 Dalmatians and Aristocats! So gather the singers, assemble the cast. Get ready to have a Broadway Bound Blast! Make way for the chorus (a large one or small), ‘cause this is a showstopper camp, perfect for all!

Instructor: Tammy Nicholas
Questions? Contact Jill Drum at jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net

July 13-17

Sizzling Saints Cooking Camp

See what’s cooking in the Saints kitchen! In addition to whipping up new recipes, our chefs will learn to measure, mix, and create. Campers will also enjoy learning about manners this week and practice with fun role playing.


Advanced Placement Bootcamp

History • July 13-15 • 9:00 am - 11:00 am
$150*
Science • July 16
$50*

Want to get a jump on learning the skills required for Advanced Placement History? Come to AP Bootcamp where students will be introduced to the historical thinking skills, reasoning processes, and associated task requirements for AP. Exercises in document analysis, essay writing, the DBQ (document based question), and college level textbook reading will be included. Recommended for students new to Advanced Placement European History or those seeking AP skills practice. AP Bootcamp Science Edition will introduce or reinforce quantitative skills throughout the AP sciences. We will practice graphing, data analysis, and hypothesis testing. This session is recommended for students enrolled in AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics, or AP Environmental Sciences. The skills are also useful for many other college prep course offerings at St. Paul’s.

*Students may register for all four days ($200), or choose between history ($150) and science ($50).
Instructor: Marty Smisson and Lisa McDonough
Questions? Contact Jill Drum at jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net


Sharpen Your Spanish Skills with Miss Iris! Iris Clarke

July 13-16, 2020 • 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Rising 3rd – 5th Grade
$150

Join Miss Iris this summer as we sharpen our Spanish skills. We will sing, dance, play games, and do fun projects all while we are learning the Spanish language!


Act Boot Camp

Rising Grades 9 - 12

(new date) July 13 - 17 • 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
$150 – student must also purchase the book

This course will refresh your knowledge in the content areas and familiarize you with the ACT test in the week prior to the June test date**. We will also cover types of questions typical on this test and basic strategies for optimizing your score and use of time. We will cover one section a day, with the additional day left for areas of concern and additional practice.

Book Information: The Official ACT Prep Guide 2019-2020
ISBN-13: 978-1119580508
ISBN-10: 1119580501
Instructor: Karen Duren
Questions? Contact Jill Drum at jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net
*This course may be repeated for the second test date, July 13-17, if interest exists.

July 20-24

Wild Animal Adventure

We’re not lion when we say it’s going to be a wild time! Start by taking a journey to explore the lives of dinosaurs! We will also take a safari in our own backyard and around the world to explore wild animals and their habitats.


It’s A Whole New World… Get Ready For 3rd Grade!

Rising Grade 3

July 21 - 23 • 9:00 am - 11:00 am (First session is FULL. A new class has opened up from 12:00 – 2:00 pm)
$130

Is your rising 3rd grader nervous about moving to the big campus? If so, this camp will be perfect! Mrs. Fasanello will guide our newest students on a tour of the campus, explore classrooms and the cafeteria, and answer all of your child’s burning questions about 3rd grade life! At the same time, we will review 2nd grade math and reading skills needed to have a successful start to the year. Your child will end this camp excited and ready to begin 3rd grade with confidence!

Instructor: Stacy Fasanello (formerly Hack)
Questions? Contact Jill Drum at jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net


Spy School!

Rising Grades 1 - 4

July 20-23 • 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
$130

Recruiting top secret agents to join Mrs. McDonald’s Spy Team. Crack the codes (coding & robots), solve the Breakout Box mysteries, and uncover some of the best detective books in the library. Join the forces, have some fun and reveal your secret agent identity!

Instructor: Kim McDonald
Questions? Contact Jill Drum at jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net

July 27-31 Friday, July 31st dismissal at 12:00

Awesome Art Camp

Back by popular demand! Our awesome artists will be encouraged to use creative thinking as they learn skill building techniques while exploring a variety of artistic mediums.


College Application Essay Writing

Rising Grade 12

July 28 - 30 • 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm $100

Who wants to get that college application essay out of the way even before senior year begins? This one-week class in advanced expository and narrative composition is aimed at generating ideas for college application essays. Students will examine prompts from various colleges and begin the essay-writing process by brainstorming and developing ideas into crisp and original pieces of writing. During Fall Semester your instructor, Mrs. Baker, will continue to work with you on the revisions of your essay until it is polished and ready to submit with your applications.

Instructor: Eleanor Inge Baker
Questions? Contact Jill Drum at jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net


Math And Test-Taking “brush-Up”

Rising Grades 8-12

July 27 - 30 • 9:00 am - 11:30 am $150

This course will be a great primer-course to help students start the new year on a high note. Join Mr. Brigham as he teaches you habits to help you get the best possible results out of your time and effort throughout the new school year. This course will focus on a refresher for Math skills and will include the pre-algebra and algebra skills needed for all St. Paul’s Math classes. The math portion of the ACT will also be addressed. In addition to math skills, there will be test taking and study skills for all subjects covered.

Instructor: John Brigham
Questions? Contact Jill Drum at jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net


Sixth Grade English Summer Reading Class

Rising Grade 6

July 27 - 30 • 9:00 am - 12:00 pm $100

Dive into a new world with the Sixth Grade summer reading book, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis. Join Mrs. Campbell for this fun way to accomplish some of your summer reading! During the course of the week, we will read the book, and look closely at vocabulary, character development, and figurative language. Sixth Graders will also complete their summer reading projects. **Students need their own copies of the book, and a snack and drink each day.

Instructor: Elizabeth Campbell
Questions? Contact Jill Drum at jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net


Super Fun Summer Math Camp

Rising Grade 4

July 28 - 30 • 1:00 - 3:00 pm $130

Rising fourth graders will use exciting games and activities to brush up on important math skills before school starts. Join Mrs. Potts for Super Fun Summer Math Camp, and start your 4th grade year off right. Have fun and brush up on your math skills before 4th grade!

Instructor: Mary Allison Potts
Questions? Contact Jill Drum at jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net

August 3-7

Gulf Coast Young Engineers Air/Space Camp

Rising Grades 2-6

August 3 - 7 • 9:00 am - 12:00 pm $250

This is a five-day camp where students will build a Mars Rover, helicopter and other robotic models while learning about Bernoulli’s Law and lift force, Newton’s Laws of Motion, aviation history, and transmissions. Lots of fun activities and creative innovation time.

Instructor: Ceil Striplin (gulfcoast@e2youngengineers.com)


Middle School Study Skills

Rising Grade 5-8

August 3 - 6 • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
$150

This course will address the study skills that will help students succeed in Middle School. Mrs. Wagner will cover topics like setting goals, how we learn, identifying individual learning styles, getting organized, reading and following directions, reading and writing strategies, memory techniques, test-taking strategies and using graphic organizers.

Instructor: Molly Wagner
Questions? Contact Jill Drum at jdrum@stpaulsmobile.net


 

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