Summer & Extended Care Programs
Summer Program 2018: June 25 – August 3
Come and join us for the 2018 Summer Program to explore nature, create art, experience our working farm, and make new friends. The 2018 summer program will be directed by Ana Caraccio.
We have four age-appropriate programs:
- Busy Bees: Entering Kindergarten – 1st Grade
- Explorers: Entering 2nd Grade – 3rd Grade
- Artisans: Entering 4th Grade – 5th grade
- Trail Blazers: Entering 6th Grade – 7th Grade
Registration is open for six one-week sessions, each with a different theme.
Note: There are options for 3-Days and Extended Care.
Week One: June 25 – June 29
Nature – Calling all nature lovers! If your child loves nature, this is the week for you. Come visit our beautiful campus and let nature be the inspiration behind the projects for this week. We will get our hands dirty this week in clay, paint, wood and the earth.
Week Two: July 2 – July 6 (No session on July 4th)
Inspire – This week we will be visited by inspirational people who will help us explore what makes us feel inspired. We will help our students to feel inspired by the future and the beauty that surrounds us.
Week Three: July 9 – July 13
Animals – Our Farm offers a beautiful experience for children to be hands on with animals. Crafts this week will be influenced by the animal kingdoms and some new critters will make an appearance on a special day this week.
Week Four: July 16 – July 20
Movement – Although children will move their bodies each day in our program, this week they will have the opportunity to participate in new ways of moving. Examples include drama, juggling and dance. Our students will put on a mini carnival for their fellow students to experience on Friday the 20th.
Week Five: July 23 – July 27
Recipes – This week, experience cooking and baking, as well as recipes that may not involve food. Here we will create tie dye shirts with all our camp members, a favorite activity for many each year. We promise this week is a recipe for fun for everyone.
Week Six: July 30 – August 3
Community – In our last week, learn about what community means. Experience community service first hand by helping to create a blanket to donate and creating our kindness wall. We’ll end our summer with a giant water slide to help celebrate the community we created throughout the summer.
For more detailed information about the Summer Program please click on the links above. If you have further questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may pay Summer Program fees online here.
In support of our families, the Sacramento Waldorf School provides a loving and nurturing extended care program for our Kindergarten and Lower School children. Extended care offers a home-like environment in which younger children enjoy the company of their friends, a nap or quiet time, indoor and outdoor play time, and a nutritious snack. Older children have the opportunity to study, complete homework and go to the Library. More information about extended care can be obtained in the lower school office.