Camp Catalog

Spring Camps 2022

March 14th, 2022 - Pi(e)+ Day (K-1 FULL)

March 14 = 3/14 = 3.14 = π! Emphasizing on our love for math (and dessert) students will spend the day having fun with math facts and fluency through games, crafts and edible activities. 

March 15th, 2022: Science of Superheroes (K-1 FULL)

Explore the science behind our favorite superhero powers including sonar, magnetism, night vision, camouflage and many more. We will be getting creative and designing a superhero puppet, mixing and matching heroes and villains, creating our own comics and building Iron Man’s hand with LittleBits.

 

March 16th, 2022: PANDAmonium (K-1 FULL)

This day is dedicated to one of nature’s cutest critters, the amazing panda bear. Throughout the day, students will build with bamboo, participate in World Wildlife Federation activities, explore conservation, habitats, diets and flagship species and view the IMAX original film, PANDAS in the giant IMAX Theatre.

March 17th, 2022: Going Green (K-1 FULL)

On the day made famous for celebrating green due to St. Patrick’s Day, the color of spring, Ireland and the shamrock, the Challenger Learning Center will be celebrating “Going Green” and green energy. Join us for a day of green experiments and explorations as we investigate different types of energy with snap circuits, 3D printing, and hands-on activities.

March 18th, 2022: Backyard Explorers (K-1 FULL)

Throughout the day, campers will explore the unexpected wonders of Nature all around us, every day, even in our own backyard. Through the investigation of plants, insects, and fungi students will learn about the science happening all around us. Campers will see Mysteries of the Unseen World in the digital dome planetarium and Backyard Wilderness in the IMAX Theatre.

 

March 21st, 2022: Weather Watchers (K-1 FULL)

Campers will become weather watchers for the day and discover the wonders of weather and the science behind tracking and adapting ourselves to it! Our Young Meteorologists will build tornados, thermometers, and anemometers. They will also explore and build the engineering structures that are designed to withstand hurricanes and other natural disasters. Campers will get an up-close look at some of the most astonishing and potentially deadly natural phenomena, tornadoes, glaciers, and wildfires watching Extreme Weather in the digital planetarium.

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COST

Day camps are $50/day – includes lunch and materials.

CANCELLATIONS/REFUNDS

Requests for cancellation must be received in writing to the Challenger Learning Center prior to camp start date. Full refunds will be allowed for written requests received two weeks in advance of the camp’s start date. Half refunds will be allowed for written requests received one week in advance of the camp’s start date. No refunds will be granted after the camp’s start date. Please allow approximately 30 days for refunds to be processed, unless payment was received by credit card.

CAMP ADMINISTRATION

Camps will be conducted at the Challenger Learning Center on Kleman Plaza from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., unless enrolled in extended care. Parents/guardians must designate on this registration form authorized individuals to pick up campers if parents/guardians are unable to do so. Parents/guardians and/or authorized individuals must accompany campers into the building and sign them in and out every day. Parents/guardians must always have photo ID with them and be listed as an authorized individual on the registration form. Challenger Learning Center is located at 200 South Duval St., on the corner of College Ave. and South Duval St.

EXTENDED CARE

Extended Care is available to accommodate busy schedules. Campers arriving earlier than 8:50 a.m. or departing later than 4:00 p.m. MUST be enrolled in the Extended Care. Campers enrolled in AM Extended Care may sign in as early as 7:45 a.m. For PM Extended Care, campers may be signed out any time before 6:00 p.m. to avoid a $1/minute late fee. AM Extended Care, 7:45 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., is $5/day. PM Extended Care, 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., is $5/day. You must indicate on the registration form that you plan to participate in Extended Care and include the cost in your camp payment. Extended Care campers will not be participating in extra camp activities during extended hours.

LUNCH

Lunch is provided daily. Lunch includes an entree (cheese or pepperoni pizza) and a healthy side. If preferred, your child may choose a corn dog, an all-beef hot dog or a vegetarian entree. You may provide your child with snacks, money to visit the concessions stand, and/or a lunch from home if preferred.

PARKING

Camper pick-up/drop-off parking is available in the Kleman Plaza parking garage or at metered street spots. Bring your Kleman Plaza parking ticket into the CLC with you and CLC staff will validate tickets obtained within 30 minutes. Please note: you could be ticketed or towed for parking at the U.S. Post Office or in the loading zone on College Ave.

CAMPER CONDUCT

Camps are designed for the enjoyment and benefit of all campers enrolled. Our goal is to be educational as well as entertaining and campers are expected to abide by camp rules. With that as the objective, we anticipate that no camper is here who does not want to be here. Should any disciplinary problems occur, camp staff will contact the parent/guardian to discuss the child’s behavior, possible remediation and/or picking up their camper. Please do not send any toys, books, electronic devices, etc. with the camper unless approved by a camp counselor. If items from home are brought, they may only be used during extended care, lunch and recess. The CLC is not responsible for lost/stolen/broken items brought from home.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Should you need additional information, please call (850) 645-7777, weekdays from 7:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. For content/curriculum, contact our Education Manager at (850) 645-7787.