Spring Break Day Camp (1st-5th), Superhero Training

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Superhero Training – for 1st-5th

During the second week of Waterford School’s spring break, March 8-12, Class I-Class V students will have the chance to spend full days at school, with reading time, art projects, STEM activities and experiments, songs, dancing, climbing, a field trip, and plenty of time with friends.

Each day the children will train in the strengths of two superheroes, one in the morning and the other in the afternoon. Run an obstacle course with Captain America, climb the wall with Spiderman, learn about seismology with Quake, insects with the Wasp, and aviation with Captain Marvel. Then make your way through a compass course with Black Widow, and do an ’80’s dance-off with Starlord. This camp will be led by Coach Ryan Judd, who with his crew of energetic teachers and camp counselors will stimulate minds, build courage, and give the children a chance to try out a number of middle and upper school locations and programs.  Groups will be divided up by age.

We will follow the same basic COVID-19 protocols as we do during school, including mask wearing, frequent hand washing, social distancing, lots of time outdoors, and daily submission of a health screening.

After Care from 3:30-5:00 may be added at registration or at any time in the future, before March 5.

Explore the Outdoor Classroom

Camp Details

Bring a sack lunch; snack provided by us

Northwest entrance from 9400 S, in the carpool lanes by the Lower School

For day camp, campers should come with a backpack containing a refillable water bottle, a nutritious lunch, a clean facial covering or mask (cloth or disposable), a jacket and any extra clothes needed for the weather. Make sure you label everything!


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2021 Program Dates

Spring Break (March 8-12)

Explore the outdoor classroom

Waterford is excited to share the Outdoor Classroom, a Certified Nature Explore Classroom, which fosters highly effective, nature-based outdoor learning, and has been nationally recognized by Dimensions Educational Research Foundation.