PreK Summer Camp 2018
La Scuola International School, the first Reggio Emilia – IB - Italian Immersion school in the world, will be running a unique summer camp for children ages 3 to 5. Children will be immersed in the Italian Language while applying innovative pedagogy that combines the Reggio Emilia approach with real-world skills. The camp is divided into five weekly thematic units led by early childhood professionals, specialists, and artists-in-residence with years of experience in each one of the weekly thematic units being covered. In addition, children apply the inquiry of the day within an immersive Italian environment, making the use of this new language a tool for fun encounters!
La Scuola Dogpatch Campus: 728 20th Street, San Francisco, CA, 94107
Each week is a mixed-aged format for 3 to 5 year olds and must be potty-trained. We are only accepting currently enrolled La Scuola students at this time.
DATES AND HOURS
Dates: June 25 - 29 and July 9- August 3, 2018
Hours: 9:00AM to 4:00PM
EXTENDED CARE (OPTIONAL)
Extended care is available from 4:00PM to 5:00PM. It costs $60 per week.
Early drop-off at 8:30AM may be available depending on demand.
Camp fee $500/wk, one time $25 enrollment fee
Breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snack are included.
DISCOUNTS FOR 4 WEEK ENROLLMENT
5% early bird discount if you enroll by February 16, 2018
10% discount if you enroll for 5 weeks (payment in full must be received by April 1, 2018)
Enrollment is on a first-come first-served basis. You will receive enrollment confirmation in January 2018.
The balance (early drop off and late pick up included) must be received by April 1 and can be paid in one of two ways:
- Tuition Express (automatic on April 1)
- Check made to La Scuola and delivered or mailed to:
728 20th Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
- Changing units is allowed only if there is availability in the desired camp.
- There are no make-up days in the following week if any individual days are missed.
- La Scuola is a nut-free school. Although we will try to accommodate food allergies, sensitivities, and dietary restrictions, families may be required to provide lunch from home.
Dates: June 25-29, 2018
Following last year’s success, our cooking camp is back! Led by local Italian chefs, children will have the opportunity to shop for ingredients and prepare traditional Italian recipes from scratch. Their problem-solving, mathematic, creative, fine motor, and social skills will naturally be challenged as they cut, peel, knead, measure, whisk, and taste the ingredients in our kitchen. During their Italian culinary journey, our little chefs create their own recipe book, which they will share with you at home. Buon appetito!
Dates: July 9-13, 2018
Music is the rhythm to life. This summer, children will explore musical skills that will serve them in the classroom and beyond. Students will develop active listening and social-emotional skills and mindfulness through musical activities and games. Through inquiry, children will investigate sounds in everyday material and objects, as well as combine found sounds to traditional music. Join us as we dig into the vast richness music has to offer!
Dates: July 16-20, 2018
Awaken your senses and be prepared to be inspired by nature’s gifts! Children are immersed in the magical world of the garden as they dig, plant, and observe the cyclical aspects of nature. Our study of the garden empowers children to build their knowledge through inquiry of the natural world for a deeper and more cohesive approach to learning. This journey will circle us back to healthy eating and sustainability as well as developing the very important value of patience.
Dates: July 23-27, 2018
Take a journey back through the ages! This week’s camp will hone children’s instincts as we explore the use and textures of clay, mud, sticks, stones, and pebbles. A natural segue from "In My Garden" summer camp, children learn how to identify the basic elements of art from form, color, shape, pattern and texture to apply innovative art techniques and make their own masterpieces!
Dates: July 30-August 3, 2018
Science and technology are at the heart of our changing world and it is important for children to be exposed to it early. Science will come alive with our hands-on activities, facilitated by our robotics teacher. Throughout the week, our little scientists will use different materials to develop their fine motor skills and sensory stimulation. From setting up a colorful chemical laboratory, mixing our own solutions, playing with the laws of physics, to programming robots, we will embark on a journey through science and technology by observing, exploring, deducting, and creating.