Gator Girls Soccer
Coach: Mr. Allan Issenchmidt
Dates: Monday, June 18-Friday, June 22
Times: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Audience: All-girls, rising 4th-8th graders
Led by SPSG’s Middle School French teacher Mr. Issenchmidt, our campers will focus on the continued development of fundamental skills, as well as broader game knowledge and strategy. Additionally, participants will benefit from training sessions led by our strength and conditioning coaches. This camp is designed to welcome to new players, enhance current players’ skills, and challenge our more experienced athletes. We will provide a complete training program to teach basic skills, individual techniques, position-specific instruction, team concepts, game strategies, small-sided games, and fun competitions. Our goal is for all campers to become more confidant in their abilities in a welcoming and positive environment.
On the last day of camp, Coach Issenchmidt will wrap up with a fun soccer competition followed by crepes. Yes, Coach Issenchmidt will bring in his French background and influence to soccer camp, where our soccer players will work as a team to create some delicious crepes to enjoy!
Recommendation: If you are interested in a full-day option for your camper, we have two camps to pair that would allow your child to have a full-day experience at SPSG Summer. We have Dips & Donuts Cooking Camp running from 12:30-3:30 p.m., where we would bring your child from Gator Girls Soccer, supervise them over a 30-minute lunch, and escort them to the cooking camp. We also have our Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead camp running the same week from 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. While this is a full-day camp, we are happy to welcome any Gator Girls Soccer attendees in the afternoon from 12:00-3:30 p.m. We will escort them to this program and they can jump in with the ongoing activity. If you are interested in making your Gator Girls Soccer experience into a full-day program, please contact Shannon Duckett at email@example.com and she can work with you on registration, pricing, and details.
About the Coach
Allan Issenchmidt first started playing soccer when he was eight years old. In France and Spain, Mr. Issenchmidt played club soccer until he was 22 years old. When he came to the United States, he began to play indoor and outdoor, competitive and coed soccer in downtown Baltimore.
Mr. Issenchmidt currently teaches MS and US French and coaches JV Soccer at St. Paul’s School for Girls. In addition, he plays on a coed soccer league in Baltimore, was a Parkour coach for five years and has taught private soccer lessons for two years.
Ultimate Sports Camp
Director: Mr. Erin Moyer
Session I: Monday, June 18-Friday, June 22
Session II: Monday, June 25-Friday, June 29
Times: 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Audience: Coed, rising 1st-8th graders
Join us for our ULTIMATE Sports Camp! Everyday, campers will learn a new sport ranging from basketball to flag football, and kickball to water games with much, much more. This camp is designed to be fun and interactive while adding a component for fitness and exercise into each of the daily activities. We will have Friday morning “Just Dance” dance parties between our teams and partake in lots of water games to relieve the summer heat. Whether you excel in one sport or have an interest in all sports, this camp is for you! Get excited and get sporty!
About the Director:
Erin Moyer has coached multiple sports for over 15 years including soccer, basketball, baseball, lacrosse and multiple summer camps. He was also the "Master of Fun" for the Gatorland Day Camp in 2016, where he was responsible for organizing camp activities, camper competitions and making sure everyone was having as much fun as possible! He is passionate about sports and the knows how important they can be for kids.
Mr. Moyer currently works as the Director of Library Media Services, teaches AP Computer Science Principles and coaches JV Soccer at St. Paul’s School for Girls.
Interested in joining our incredible Ultimate Sports staff? If so, please complete this Ultimate Sports Camp Application, attach two reference letters and send to Shannon Duckett, Director of SPSG Summer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mast Tennis Academy Summer Camps
Director: Mr. David Mast
Session I: Monday, June 11-Friday, June 15
Session II: Monday, June 18-Friday, June 22
Session III: Monday, June 25-Friday, June 29
Session IV: Monday, July 9-Friday, July 13
Session V: Monday, July 16-Friday, July 20
Session VI: Monday, July 23-Friday, July 27
Session VII: Monday, July 30-Friday, August 3
Session VIII: Monday, August 6-Friday, August 10
Full-Day: 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Half-Day: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. OR 12:00-3:00 p.m.
Audience: Coed, ages 4-16
- 8:00-9:00 a.m. Extended Day: $25 per week
- 3:00-4:00 p.m. Extended Day: $25 per week
- Combo 8:00-9:00 a.m. & 3:00-4:00 p.m. Extended Day: $50 per week
Registration: Click here to be redirected to their website for registration and payment information.
At Mast Tennis Academy, all skill levels are welcome! We run sessions for beginners, pee-wees, tournament players and intermediate players. We use the Quickstart Tennis program for our younger campers. In addition, for our older attendees, we help to train those campers who are looking to make a school team or improve their ranking. Players will work on strategy, fitness, nutrition and sports psychology.
About the Director:
David Mast was #1 while he attended Calvert Hall High School and #1 Singles & Doubles at University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Mast says “I believe that sports, specifically tennis, can raise a person’s self esteem. Our goal is to bring out each person’s full potential, while patiently guiding and teaching them the sport of tennis. Having gone through many levels of tennis myself, I feel I can convey a patient teaching method best suited for all levels of play”
Radical Ropers Jump Rope Camp
Director: Daniel Overtoom, Sr.
Dates: Monday, July 23-Friday, July 27
Times: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Audience: Coed, Ages 7-15
Before/After Care: Before-care ONLY. 8:00-9:00 a.m. for $25 per week
The Radical Ropers were Baltimore County’s first and only Jump Rope for Heart Demonstration Team, sponsored by the American Heart Association. The team traveled throughout the state of Maryland from 1998 to 2015 promoting the Jump Rope for Heart program and fighting against heart disease, through a highly skilled, choreographed jump rope show. During camp, the Radical Ropers will engage our summer campers in all the disciplines of jump rope including: group sync, freestyle, long ropes, partner skills and double dutch. A culminating show will occur on the last day of camp from 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. to display what the jumpers have accomplished during their week of training.
Recommendation: If your campers would like to make a full day program by doing Radical Ropers in the morning and then joining our Cooking Around the World or Gatorland Day Camp in the afternoons, we can make that happen. WE would have a staff member pick up your child after Radical Ropers and walk them to Cooking Around the World from 12:30pm – 3:30pm or Gatorland Day Camp from 12pm – 3:30pm to make a full day option. We know a full day program is preferable to most of our families and we are happy to work out these arrangements with you and for you. If you do a full day option, we can also offer you the option to have before and/or after care. Those rates are on the Gatorland Day Camp portion of our SPSG Summer website. If you would like to combine two of our incredible programs into a full day option, please contact email@example.com and we will work with you on registration and payment details.
About the Director:
Daniel Overtoom Sr. has been teaching Physical Education in Baltimore County Public Schools for the past twenty-six years. He started his career at Deer Park Middle School in 1992. He spent the next twenty-one years at Dumbarton Middle School and was the head of the Physical Education Department for fifteen years. During that time, he was named Middle School Teacher of the Year and also founded the Radical Ropers. The Radical Ropers were Baltimore County’s first and only Jump Rope for Heart Demonstration Team. The team traveled around the State of Maryland and promoted the importance of physical activity and healthy hearts. The Radical Ropers performed at the National Physical Education Convention, schools, basketball games and even cut a video that featured the team with the Grammy nominated children’s band “Milkshake”. Mr. Overtoom has spent his last three years at Seven Oaks Elementary School in Perry Hall. Mr. O (as his students call him) is married to a Speech-Language Pathologist (Catherine), who also works for BCPS. They have two sons: Daniel Jr. who graduated from UMBC with a Mathematics Degree and Brooks who studying Kinesiology at the University of Maryland.
Questions? Contact SPSGSummer@spsfg.org.