Summer Camps at Parkside
This summer, Parkside will be the site of several camp opportunities, with something for everyone, Primary through Upper Elementary! Each of these camps is presented by the people and organizations listed below, so all questions and other communications should be directed to the contacts for each specific camp. Parkside is acting as the host site only, but we are excited to see so many children enjoying our campus this summer!
Montessori Summer Series with Shannon Sheppard – for current Parkside Primary children
This is a program that extends the Primary experience into the summer months! It enables and encourages the unfolding of academic and social/emotional development.
Girls’ Performance and Advocacy with Camille Hartman – for girls 6-12
This is a girls’ singing and performance camp that includes study of women’s history, advocating for girls’ education around the globe, and a public concert benefiting the Malala Fund.
Literacy Ladders with Toni Norton – for rising Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grades
Literacy Ladders 2022 is getting geared up for another summer of lively literacy engagement. Former Parkside Primary guide and literacy specialist, Ms. Toni is thrilled to bring this 6th edition of literacy camp to Parkside this summer.
Step Up to Literacy Ladders 2022 will offer literacy enrichment in a lively format for children entering Kindergarten (must be five years plus) along with rising 1st and 2nd graders. The three-week experience is aimed at enhancing phoneme proficiency, phonics decoding, and fluency. The immersive games and interactives are research based and just plain fun! For more details and registration forms go to www.readingrelations.com
Steve & Kate’s Camp – for children 4-12
Summer day camp where campers choose minute to minute from a variety of activities including: sewing, stop-motion animation, music, performing arts, makers crafts, bread-making, sports and rec, and more. They’ll decide what they want to do, and for how long – developing confidence and learning to trust their judgment along the way.