Super Hero Academy - July 10-14, 2017
What does it take to be a super hero? Are there REAL super heroes out there? How can we become one?? This summer, your kids will discover that God has given them all the power they need to be Heroes…and we’ll learn how to use those powers! We’re also excited to be introducing a new camp to our line-up this summer!
Rookies and Arts Campers
Rookies are students who are 4 years old through First Grade. Their program is in the morning only, (9-11:30am), although you can choose for them to attend until 3pm if it works better for your schedule. Rookies get a taste of a lot of activities throughout the week from arts and crafts, to games, to Bible story time.
Arts Campers are students in Second through Fifth Grade. Their program is from 9am-3pm. Campers get to choose from four camps to attend for the week and spend their week concentrating on projects within their chosen camp:
- Domestic Arts Camp: This year we're focusing on basic cooking/nutrition. We'll spend time every day cooking and learn about making good food choices. We'll also have some time everyday doing some fun crafts.
- NEW! Homesteading Arts Camp: Let's build some life skills! Participants in the homesteading arts track will explore fire building and safety, get their hands dirty with some gardening and construction, and make some delicious and useful treats using the fruits (and vegetables) of their labor.
- Performing Arts: Music and Drama Skill Building will include classes in music, choreography and drama. Students in this track will fill the roles of actors, singers and dancers in the musical, “The Agape League.”
- Visual Arts: We’ll use different mediums to create works of art! Projects will include drawing, painting and learning about famous artists. Some of these projects will be used in the dinner theater and some will be taken home. (We’ve got new projects and artists this year!)
All registration forms are being processed on-line this year. Click on the link below for more information and to register.
Here's some pictures from last year!
Guess what?? Volunteers are Super Heroes too! It takes over 100 volunteers to make our Vacation Bible School happen each summer. We heartily appreciate all our volunteers do to make our program a success.
Like our student registration process, Volunteer Registrations will all be on-line. When you’ve completed your child’s registration, you will get a registration confirmation message; within that message there is a link to the volunteer sign up. Take time to read through the instructions on the website. Volunteer sign up is simple and quick; if you run into any difficulties, you can always contact me for tech help.
We’ve got openings for student and adult volunteers. Student volunteers can serve if they’re finishing 6th-12th grade this year. College age students are welcome to serve as an adult. All volunteers age 18 and older need to pass a criminal background check if their chosen position involves any direct contact with kids. When you finish your registration, if your position requires you to have a background check, a link to download the form will be provided to you. All background check forms need to be completed and processed no later than July 1, so please don’t wait till the last minute to sign up!