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Gator Girls Math

Gator Girls Math


Director: Ms. Amy Scarborough
Dates: Monday, July 15-Thursday, July 25 (no class on Friday, July 19)
Times: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Audience: All-girls, rising 5th-6th graders
Cost: $250 for both weeks – one week options are available for $150 per week
Before/After Care: 
– Before-care will run from 8:00-9:00 a.m. for $25 per week
– After care is not available for gator girls math campers


Gator Girls Math is designed to help rising 5th and 6th grade students prepare for school by reviewing middle school math skills. Confidence will grow as they work on basic math facts, decimal operations and fraction operations. Girls will be assessed on the first day of gator girls math and activities will be planned based on their needs. This program is for SPSG students only.

Recommendation: If your students would like to attend our Gatorland Day Camp after Gator Girls Math from 12:00-3:30 p.m., we are happy to provide that option. Students will start with Gator Girls Math in the morning and a Gatorland Day Camp counselor will meet them at 12:00 p.m. to take them to day camp and transition into our activity blocks. It is a great way to make a full day of camp with two of our amazing programs! If you are interested in this option, please contact Shannon Duckett at spsgsummer@spsfg.org and we can arrange dates, rates, and details.


About the Director:
Amy Scarborough currently teaches Middle School mathematics at St. Paul’s School for Girls. She has taught grade levels 5-12 over the past 20 years, and has run summer math camps for several years. Amy enjoys making math meaningful for her students. Building a positive attitude toward math is super important during the Middle School years, and Amy is one of the best at doing so. Amy is also a mother to a St. Paul’s 7th & 10th grader.

Middle School Creative Writing Workshop

Middle School Creative Writing Workshop


Director: Mike Goldfarb
Dates: Monday, July 8-Friday, July 12
Times: 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Audience: Co-ed, rising 5th-8th graders
Cost: $400
Before/After Care: 
– Before-care will run from 8:00-9:00 a.m. for $25 per week

– Aftercare will run from 3:30-5:30 p.m. for $50 per week
– Both before and after care is $65 per week


Do you have an interest in creative writing or want to learn the basics? Now is your chance to explore, discover, and hone your creativity and talent! You’ll spend the week crafting stories and focusing on goals such as idea generation, elaboration, organization, word choice, grammar/mechanics, and engagement. Throughout it all, you will be able to use your creativity and problem solving skills to create high-interest and original short stories. Every camper will have extensive opportunities to try different strategies, draft their stories, revise their work, and get feedback from peers.

In addition to daily pool time and games, campers will also have the chance to wrap up the week with a publishing party and reading performances to parents and guests at the nature pavilion. And, to top it off, we will compile a book of short stories based on the work created throughout the week. This is one camp you do not want to miss!


About the Director:
Mike Goldfarb currently serves as the Assistant Middle School Head and 7th grade English teacher at St. Paul’s School. In his free time, Mike enjoys reading, writing, exercising, traveling, and trying out new restaurants. He enjoys helping creative writing campers develop a lifelong long of writing. And, fun fact, his favorite snow cone flavor is Tiger’s Blood.

3D Printing & MakerSpace

3D Printing & MakerSpace

 

Director: Mr. Casey Kleiman
Dates: Monday, August 12-Friday, August 16
Times: 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Audience: Coed, rising 6-10th graders
Cost: $675 (included in cost: each student will take home their own 3D printer!)
Before/After Care: 
– Before-care will run from 8:00-9:00 a.m. for $25 per week
– Aftercare will run from 3:30-5:30 p.m. for $50 per week
– Both before and after care is $65 per week

 


Imagination meets manufacturing in this hands-on course where students learn how to design simple 3D models and prepare them for 3D printing. In addition, campers will learn basic maintenance including how to change the filament, how to troubleshoot printing problems, how to calibrate for the “best builds” and, most importantly, how to operate their printer in the most safe way possible. Campers will make projects from scratch and navigate through more complex models with THEIR VERY OWN 3D PRINTER TO TAKE HOME! In this digital age, these skills will be critical as campers embrace technology in school, at home, and in the world.

In addition to all the printing fun, these campers will have an opportunity to visit the pool daily, giving them free swim opportunities. We can’t wait to watch creations come to life!


About the Director:
Casey Kleiman is currently teaching Middle School science and robotics at St. Paul’s School. In addition, Mr. Kleiman oversees our 3D printing lab on campus and co-supervises the on-campus STEM club. Mr. Kleiman has been running summer camp programming for over 15 years and is an expert in his field. He is one of the best at generating intellectual curiosity in the most fun and creative ways possible.

NEW! Robotics & Programming

Robotics & Programming

 

Director: Mr. Casey Kleiman
Dates: Monday, August 5-Friday, August 9
Times: 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Audience: Coed, rising 6-10th graders
Cost: $425
Before/After Care:
– Before-care will run from 8:00-9:00 a.m. for $25 per week
– Aftercare will run from 3:30-5:30 p.m. for $50 per week
– Both before and after care is $65 per week

 

 


New for this summer, we are thrilled to introduce a full, hand’s on robotics exploration lab for any experience level. During the week, campers will engage in a variety of challenges and experiments that will encourage problem solving and collaboration — skills that will give your child an edge in school and careers. With our small group sizes and personal attention, we have intentionally created and environment that will explore creativity, including challenges with Lego League and VEX IQ. This camp will take place in our state-of-the-art robotics and science classroom and gives the campers a very unique experience. The skills developed in this camp will benefit campers in multiple facets, but be learned in the most creative and fun ways. In addition, these campers will have pool time, giving them daily free swim time in between robotics challenges! Robots and swimming? What could be better!?


About the Director:
Casey Kleiman is currently teaching Middle School science and robotics at St. Paul’s School. In addition, Mr. Kleiman oversees our 3D printing lab on campus and co-supervises the on-campus STEM club. Mr. Kleiman has been running summer camp programming for over 15 years and is an expert in his field. He is one of the best at generating intellectual curiosity in the most fun and creative way possible.

Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead

Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead


Director: Mrs. Julia Lieberman
Dates: Monday, June 10-Friday, June 14
Times: 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Audience: All-girls, rising 5-8th grade students
Cost: $350
Before/After Care: Not available

 


Back by popular demand, SPSG is excited to host our Full S-T-E-A-M Ahead camp.  During the week, campers will spend time exploring different concepts related to science, technology, engineering, art, and math (S.T.E.A.M.) through hands on activities and projects. Each day, we will investigate a different aspect of S.T.E.A.M. while also looking at how each part relates to the others. Campers will face engineering challenges, perform science experiments, utilize technology to complete tasks and apply math and art concepts to design, create and build. In addition, we look forward to enjoying some time at the pool on campus during our week together!


About the Director:
Julia Lieberman has been actively involved in summer camps since the age of three. After 23 years spent attending, then interning and finally becoming the assistant director of a nature camp, Mrs. Lieberman branched out and became the nature specialist and assistant program director at a camp for children with behavioral and emotional disorders. She is thrilled to have the opportunity this summer to, once again, host the Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead program which will continue to combine her love of summer camp with her 14 years of experience as a science teacher.

Mrs. Lieberman is also a Middle School science teacher at St. Paul’s School for Girls, where she teaches Earth Science and Physical Science as well as Home Economics and serves as an advisor. In addition, Mrs. Lieberman has worked in various SPSG Summer roles, including Gatorland Day Camp Director and Assistant Director in previous years.

SPSG Middle School Warm Up Week

SPSG Middle School Warm Up Week


Director: Ms. Amy Scarborough
Dates: Monday, August 19-Thursday, August 22
Times: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Audience: All-girls, rising 5th and 6th graders
Cost: $175

 


 

Warm-Up Week is designed for rising and new 5th and 6th grade students. Our incoming gators get to see old friends, make new relationships and establish a level of comfort with their new SPSG surroundings! It is a wonderful opportunity to meet the teachers and take part in several, interactive interdisciplinary projects. We have fun, play games, and have time to learn about each other. Students also get early access to their lockers for setup and decoration! It is the perfect way to kick off the new academic year in a relaxed way. While it is not mandatory, warmup week is highly recommended for all incoming 5th and 6th graders. This program is for SPSG students only.


About the Director:
Amy Scarborough currently teaches Middle School mathematics and is the 6th grade class dean at St. Paul’s School for Girls. She has taught grade levels 5-12 over the past 20 years, has run summer math camps for several years and has led our 6th grade for the past four years. Amy enjoys making math meaningful for her students. Building a positive attitude toward math is super important during the Middle School years, and Amy is one of the best at doing so. Amy is also a mother to a St. Paul’s 7th and 10th grader.’

SP Middle School Jump Start Week 

SP Middle School Jump Start Week 


Director: Mr. Robert Keal 
Dates: Wednesday, August 14 – Friday, August 16
Times: 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Audience: SP boys only, rising 5th - 8th grade
Cost: $200


Does your son want a jump start to the school year? 

Many students benefit from a review of math and organizational skills—as well as getting to know their peers, teachers, and campus a little bit better—before the school year begins. Jump Start provides all of this in a warm, welcoming, and casual environment. Your son doesn’t even need to change out of his shorts, t-shirt, and tennis shoes!

A typical day at Jump Start includes math, organizational skills, team building activities, and group sports/games. 

Please contact Bob Keal, St. Paul’s Middle School Teacher and English Department Chair, at rkeal@stpaulsschool.org with any questions.

Upper School Transition Week (SPSG)

Upper School Transition Week


Director: Mrs. Amy Hassan
Dates: Monday, August 19-Thursday, August 22
Times: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Audience: All-girls, rising 9th graders
Cost: $175


Upper School Transition Week is a four day, half-day program for rising and incoming 9th grade SPSG students. During this week, students will learn skills and strategies necessary for success in ninth grade. Throughout these four mornings, students will have the opportunity to meet and bond with their new class members, as well as meet many of our ninth grade teachers. While this is not mandatory, it is highly recommended for all 9th graders at SPSG. This program is for SPSG students only.


About the Director:
SPSG’s transition week is led by Amy Hassan, our own Upper School Learning Specialist and Grade 12 Co-Dean. Amy has been with SPSG for seven years and enjoys leading our transition week program.

Monument City Tutoring

Monument City Tutoring


Contact: Mrs. Melissa Coffey ’03 in coordination with Brad Harris and Amy Purtill from Monument City Tutoring
General Info: For dates, times and rates, please check the attached flier.
Audience: co-ed, rising 11-12th graders
Cost: Rates vary – please see below flier for options

 


Monument City Tutoring's hybrid class and private tutoring model provides students with the test prep strategies, guided time saving approach, and individualized attention to succeed on the SAT and ACT. The summer class consists of seven two-hour-long classes that cover the basic strategies every student needs to succeed on either test, as well as two full length proctored practice tests for students to chart their progress. While the class is designed with the ability to stand alone for seniors looking to prep before their final test, Monument City's hybrid program is ideal for juniors, continuing into the fall and custom designed to fit every students' schedule. As students prepare for the fall and early spring tests they will be guided with four private tutoring sessions tailored to their individual needs, two additional proctored practice tests, and a final review session shortly before the December test dates. Get the best of both classroom instruction and private attention with the Monument City Hybrid class.

 


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P.O. Box 8000
Brooklandville, Maryland 21022
TEL: 410-823-6323
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