MLA 2021 Summer Day Camp
June 7 - August 13
(closed Monday July 5)
We are back and ready for a summer of fun for kids ages 5-11! Space is limited so secure your child's spot today.
We will be open 7:30am - 6pm. You may drop off and pick up anytime between these hours. We spend plenty of time outside so be sure your child has sturdy shoes for running, jumping, playing and exploring.
Send your child with a peanut-free lunch and two snacks. If you prefer to order a lunch through us, see the attached form for details ($50/week).
Space will be limited since we will still have all our Covid protocols in place. All classrooms will be limited to 12 children each.
Print the registration form (and lunch form if needed)
Read carefully and sign up just for the weeks you need*
Mail in with appropriate deposit (checks made out to "MLA")
Space is limited; you will be notified immediately if the age group of your child is at maximum capacity.
* After May 7, no cancellations will be allowed and no refunds issued. You may switch weeks if there is space available, but absolutely no cancellations.
Week 1: June 7 - 11
This week campers will turn MLA into their own theme park. They can transform their classrooms into a world only contained by their imagination and creativity (and probably cardboard).
Week 2: June 14-18
Future Iris Scotts’ and Kurt Schwitters’ will unveil their talents this week as campers express themselves in several different mediums. Collage, contemporary finger-painting, and other techniques will be explored.
Week 3: June 21-25
From robots to rockets, your camper will be immersed in the science that helped to mold the modern world.
June 28 – July 2
Campers will learn about everyday heroes in our community that keep them safe. Special recognition projects and face-to-face meeting opportunities will be coordinated. Caution: will include light and sirens!
Week 5: July 6-9
(closed Monday, July 5 for Independence Weekend)
Celebration of Nations
This week MLA Summer Camp will enlighten campers to the diversity of nations. Campers will learn about cultural differences through games, dances, and foods from around the world.
Week 6: July 12-16
Campus will be transformed into the lost underwater civilization of Atlantis.
Week 7: July 19-23
Fairy Tale Forest
Campers will help with recreating their favorite Fairy Tales, be it Hansel and Gretel or Little Red Riding Hood through written and expressive language activities. What lessons will we learn and do those change when a different point of view is introduced?
Week 8: July 26-30
Agents will break ciphered messages, create invisible ink, and survive an escape room. Even OO7 would be shaken, and maybe stirred after this week!
Who doesn't love dinosaurs? This week's campers will dig up fossils and learn about these ancient feathered relations of modern birds.
Back by popular demand, this week the activities will be chosen by you! Pick from all of your favorite themes and activities of the summer, then vote on the top 10. Voting for Kids' Choice week will be held during Week 8: Mission Impossible (July 26-30). You don't want to miss it!