Joe Nigro and Teresa Angell will lead two weeks of Strings Camp for rising 4th through 12th grade students. The camps will run June 12 – June 16 and June 19 – June 23, Monday through Friday, 9am – 12pm. Students may attend one or two weeks. The cost is $125 per week and payment should be made by check to “James Chambers Players”. Please contact Joe Nigro at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions regarding the camp.
Our annual StayFit Camp will be offered in two sessions this year for rising 1st-7th grade New Covenant students. The first session will be held June 19 – 29, Monday through Thursday each week with no camp on Fridays. The second session will be held July 10 – July 20, Monday through Thursday each week with no camp on Fridays. The cost is $125 for one session for the first child and $25 for each additional sibling. If you sign your students up for both sessions, the cost is $200 for the first child and $50 for each additional sibling. After completing the registration, you will receive an invoice through your FACTS account that must be paid by June 15, 2023. The deadline to sign up is Friday, May 26.
American Girl Camp
Rising 2nd – 5th grade New Covenant girls, we would love to have you join us Monday, June 12 – Friday, June 16 from 9am – 1pm for our annual American Girl Camp! The cost is $200 per student. You will be invoiced through your FACTS account and the fee must be paid by June 15, 2023. Camp registrations ends on May 26 and the camp is limited to 15 girls. You will receive an email confirmation of a spot after registering.
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Getting Into the Great Conversation
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The Time of Our Lives
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