Spring Break from Leon County Schools will take place March 18 through March 22, with an additional day off of school for Teacher Planning on March 25. Wondering what in the world you can have your kids up to while school is out?
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2019 Featured Spring Break Camps
The Oasis Center For Women and Girls
The Oasis Center was created to be a community resource center for women and girls to come together, dream, achieve, and thrive. In 2007, founder Kelly Otte noticed a gap – there was no one organization focused on empowering and bringing together women and girls from all walks of life in our community. The Oasis Center was created with the vision of being a diverse environment where women and girls from all walks of life are connected and empowered. Oasis aims to be the central resource meeting women where they are to equip them with the tools to reach their goals, and celebrate with them as they progress on their journey.
Spring day camps will run Monday, February 18th, March 18th-22nd, Monday, March 25th, and Friday April 19th. March dates make up Spring Break Camp. Fee is $25-45 per day, depending on income. Sibling and multi-day discounts of 10%. A limited number of scholarships are available for Spring Break Camp for families with annual incomes of less than $30,000/yr. To find out more call us at (850) 222-2747.
Monday, February 18th: Girls Can Be President! – Campers will learn about trailblazer Shirley Chisholm and envision how they would run the country.
Monday, March 18th – Friday, March 22nd & Monday, March 25th: Girls Can Make History – Each day will focus on a different female trailblazer in history. Register your camper by day or for the full 6-day break.
Friday, April 19th: Girls Can Save the Earth! – Campers will learn about women who were and are champions for our planet, and what environmental science is and says, while they explore ways they want to help our planet thrive. This is an Earth Day they won’t want to miss!
2018 Featured Spring Break Camps
MoLab, Inc.’s Camp Spark – Igniting Knowledge! is offered when students in Leon County are on school breaks for the winter, spring, and throughout the summer. Sessions are presented at a local school or organization. Spring Camp Spark will be held at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church at 1700 North Meridian Road, Tallahassee, FL 32303.
Spring Camp Spark will offer students 5 years old through the 8th grade the opportunity to participate in art and science activities in a fun, interactive, and safe environment. Each daily session will present campers the opportunity to explore science through creative play, experimentation, and inquiry-based learning experiences. The sessions present age-appropriate curriculum and are designed to provide students with engaging educational activities that are both informative and entertaining.
Camp sessions are staffed by certified school teachers and/or MoLab, Inc. educators. MoLab, Inc. conducts Level 2 background screenings on all employees/volunteers and maintains at least a 1:9 adult to child ratio. Campers will be divided into groups by grade level and each day will offer a new experience with age-appropriate activities.
Monday, March 12: Science Gags – Use some science know-how to make people laugh with classic gags like fake snot, disappearing ink, artsy illusions, and learn some science jokes to entertain the family.
Tuesday, March 13: Sweet Science – Get hands-on experimenting with the sweet side of science! Explore taste with jelly beans, discover density and engineer a Twizzlers raft, and concoct chocolate treats while learning about melting points and crystal structures!
Wednesday, March 14: Toy Physics – We all love toys, right!? Did you know that you can learn a lot of science from playing with and making toys? Have fun building a ball blaster, creating soaring rockets, making noise makers, and more!
Thursday, March 15: Movie Magic – Discover the wonders of the art of cinema as you participate in entertaining activities that reveal the science behind the magic. Make moving pictures, explore special effects, experiment with perspective tricks, and make fake blood!
Friday, March 16: Go Green Kids! – Get excited for Saint Patrick’s Day with fun eco-friendly activities that help us discover how to protect our planet! Go on a nature walk, make a veggie shamrock stamp, create an eco-air freshener, and shake up your own green (and healthy) slushy!
Monday, March 19: Spark Smorgasbord – Spring break is not over yet! Enjoy one more day of Camp Spark with an assortment of STEAM activities that include an egg drop challenge, colorful creations, and explosions and implosions!
Daily Camp fees are $45 per day, which includes lunch and 2 snacks. Hours are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; drop off starts at 8:45 a.m. and pick up is until 4:15 p.m.
Sign up for 3 or more days and receive a discounted rate of $43 per day. Register more than one camper and all additional siblings receive a discounted rate of $43 per day.
Refunds will be given 2 weeks prior to the start of the camp session, minus an $8 professing fee. Please allow 30 days in order to receive a refund for non-credit card payments.
EXTENDED CAMP CARE
Extended Camp Care is available starting at 7:45 a.m. for $5/day and until 6 p.m. for $5/day. There will be a $1/minute late fee charged for every minute that a camper remains past 6:00 p.m.
Payment in full is due with registration.
To pay by check or money order, please send completed registration forms and payment by mail to 1700 N. Monroe Street, Suite 11-223 Tallahassee, FL 32303.
Credit card payment must be made at www.tallymolab.org using MoLab, Inc.’s PayPal account. After completing your PayPal transaction, please write the confirmation sequence on the registration form and send by mail to the address above or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registrations will be confirmed once both the payment and registration forms are received.
Spring Camp Spark will be held at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church at 1700 North Meridian Road Tallahassee, FL 32303. Camp activities take place in designated classrooms in the education building or on the church grounds.
DROP OFF/PICK UP PROCEDURES
Campers must have an Authorization to Pick Up Camper form on file. Only individuals on the Authorization form with valid picture identification will be allowed to pick up. Campers must be signed-in and out each day by an adult. Forms are available on MoLab, Inc.’s website at www.tallymolab.org or by request. Forms will also be available on the first day of camp.
Campers will be dropped off and signed in and out at the Camp Spark table located behind the sanctuary and in front of the entrance to Sanders Hall. The doors to the camp location are on an automatic lock. Parents wishing to drop off after 9:15 a.m. or needing to pick up before 3:45 p.m. will need to call either Camp Director to be let in. Parents of campers enrolled in post camp will also need to call when they arrive. Please contact Trish at 850-264-6224 or Aimee at 850-591-6362.
The cost of lunch is included in the camp fees. Each day campers will choose to order from either Marco’s Pizza or Subway. From Marco’s Pizza they may order either cheese or pepperoni pizza and will receive up to three slices. Subway provides bag lunch options which include a six inch sub (turkey and cheese, ham and cheese, veggie and cheese, or peanut butter and jelly) and a bag of chips. Ice water is served with lunch. An adjusted rate is not available should a camper choose to bring their own lunch for any reason. MoLab strives to accommodate a wide range of dietary needs. Please contact MoLab staff with any questions or special requests.
Prescription and non-prescription medications will only be administered with a completed Authorization to Administer Medication form on file. Please note that only oral medications can be administered. Forms are available on MoLab, Inc.’s website at www.tallymolab.org or by request. Forms will also be available on the first day of camp.
MoLab is dedicated to providing a safe and amicable environment for our campers. We assume that all campers are attending camp because they want to be at Camp Spark. Should any irresolvable behavioral issues arise; the parent/guardian will be contacted. Following all reasonable recourse to correct the matter, MoLab reserves the right to request that the camper not be eligible to continue participation. In this event, parent/guardian will be asked to pick up the camper.
Please contact Aimee Hills for more information, questions, or to request a brochure at email@example.com or 850-591-6362.
Campers will ignite knowledge as they explore the art of discovery!
2017 Spring Break Camps
March 13th – Can You Dig It?- This week children will participate in a simulated archaeological dig, assemble a dino skeleton, and get an up-close view of museum artifacts.
March 14th – Games, Adventures, & Zip- This camp is full of exciting fun! Campers will have a chance to go through the Tree to Tree Adventures course, as well as enjoy loads of games and stories! Tree to Tree Adventure Camps: Children must be at least 39” tall. Waivers must be filled out online by a parent or guardian at https://treetotree.ezwaiver.com no more than 48 hours and no less than 24 hours prior to the date of camp, OR filled out manually the day of the camp. Children 39” – 60” tall may use the TREEmendous Adventures Course, $15 per child. Children at least 54” tall may use the Canopy Crossing Course, $25 per child. ****Fees are in addition to camp fee. Tree to Tree waivers must be filled out each time your child participates in the course.***
March 15th – Think Green for Spring!- Exploring Spring gardens, composting, practicing sustainable living, and so much more! At this camp your child will learn all about the tools necessary to lower their impact and live a green life in the coming spring season!
March 16th – Outdoor Olympics- Campers will run relay races, make a healthy snack, and make our own gold metals because everyone is a winner!
March 17th – Walk on the Wild Side- Campers will explore the wonders of wild Florida! We will dip net on the shore of Lake Bradford, explore the nature trail, and have encounters with wild native Florida animals!
March 20th – Yipee! From Tree to Tree- This camp is full of exciting fun! Campers will have a chance to go through the Tree to Tree Adventures course, as well as enjoy loads of games and stories! Tree to Tree Adventure Camps: Children must be at least 39” tall. Waivers must be filled out online by a parent or guardian at https://treetotree.ezwaiver.com no more than 48 hours and no less than 24 hours prior to the date of camp, OR filled out manually the day of the camp. Children 39” – 60” tall may use the TREEmendous Adventures Course, $15 per child. Children at least 54” tall may use the Canopy Crossing Course, $25 per child. ****Fees are in addition to camp fee. Tree to Tree waivers must be filled out each time your child participates in the course.***
Spring Camp Spark offers students 5 years old through the 8th grade the opportunity to participate in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) activities in a fun, interactive, and safe environment. Each daily session will present campers the opportunity to explore science through creative play, experimentation, and inquiry-based learning experiences.
These sessions present age-appropriate curriculum and are designed to provide students with engaging educational activities that are both informative and entertaining.
Daily Camp fees are $45 per day which includes lunch and 2 snacks. Hours are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Drop off starts at 8:45 a.m. and pick up is until 4:15 p.m. Extended Camp care is available starting at 7:45 a.m. for $5/day and until 6 p.m. for $5/day. A discounted rate is available for multiple days and additional siblings.
March 13-17, 20 – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Age: 4 years old- 8th grade | $45/day, includes lunch and 2 snacks
St. Paul’s United Methodist Church located at 1700 North Meridian Road
850-591-6362 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Challenger Learning Center
Looking for a camp that’s fun AND educational? Our science-themed camps feature hands-on activities led by experienced educators, and are held during winter break, spring break, teacher planning days and the entire summer.
Magnifying GlassThe Challenger Learning Center’s “Camp Challenger” strives to ensure campers have fun in a safe and educational atmosphere. At the Challenger Center, each camp group contains at least one certified teacher. Campers are also guaranteed focused attention with a ratio of at least one adult for every eight children.
Camp counselors, as well as volunteers, are made up of teachers, students pursuing a degree in education, adults with an extensive science background and individuals experienced with child care or educational programs. Additionally, in order to maintain a secure atmosphere, all camp staff undergoes a Level 2 background check and all camp staff are diligent about checking Identification of those dropping off/picking up children.
Good Sam ARTS
Good Sam ARTS is “Going Green” for Spring Break Camp as we celebrate the oncoming Spring, ways to keep our earth health, and St. Patrick’s Day! The cost is just $160/ wk with sibling discounts, drop in days, and part time care available. You can also visit us online at arts.goodsamtally.org.
3720 Capital Circle SE, Tallahassee, FL 32311
Making Light Productions
355 North Monroe St, Tallahassee, FL, 32301
March 13-17 – 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Moccasin Stables, Tallahassee, FL, 32309
Mason’s Arts Adventures
In the Arts Adventures Music Camps, students participate in a variety of activities designed to teach drama, art, music and dance which culminate with a production on Friday. The camp’s activities and show are based on the “Sing” movie and campers will sing songs, design and paint backdrops, act and learn dance choreography all for the Friday show for family and friends.
Since our public schools have a Teacher Planning day on March 20, we will also be offering a camp that day. Below are the options for attendance:
1. You can just attend camp for the week, March 13-17 ($150)
2. You can attend the full week, March 13-17 and on March 20 ($180)
3. You can just attend camp on March 20 ($45)
ARTS Spring Camp
Our Camp is ALL INCLUSIVE! Karate, Gymnastics, Stretch & Meditation, Outdoor Sports & Play, Gardening, Cooking, Music, Dance, Spanish, Life-Skills, Social Skills, Guest Speakers, Special Visitors, and Community Service.
What to Bring to Camp:
- A ready to eat lunch and two snacks (in a closable lunch box)
- An extra set of clothing (if desired)
- One electronic, if desired
- A book to read
- A backpack to keep your belongings in
Kids out of school for breaks and need something to do? The Capital Region YMCA provides a variety of activities for school-age youth when school is not in session over the holiday break.
- Indoor games
- Outdoor games
- Arts and Crafts
- Computer Lab
- Carnival Days
- Character Development
* We are going to design and paint a Bird Feeder
* Painting and decorating a double picture frame
* Learning about weaving and then creating a masterpiece
* Paint a troll canvas of choice
* Troll movie
* Front door hanger, Lets get ready for Easter!
* ribbon not included
* Teacher planning day
* Gift for your teacher!
Spring Break Art Camp
Registration includes all materials needed as well as lunch and snacks!
East Hill Baptist Church
All children K-8th are welcome to come and join us for a week of fun activities in our 20,000 square ft. indoor facility. As well as activities in our privately owned playground and outdoor area. Parents provide a lunch and we’ll provide an afternoon snack. You are not required to sign-up for the whole week. New and old families are always welcome!
Register your child(ren) by filling out the After School Registration form and $50 Registration Fee (per family) by bringing them to our Front Office located across from Kate Sullivan/Cobb. All are welcome to call or email us with any questions or concerns.
We look forward to see you at Spring Break Camp!
*Please register at least the day before you would like your child to attend.
Gallop’s Family Center
Are you looking for something fun and exciting for your child to do during Spring Break? Check out our Spring Break Camp scheduled for March 13-17. The camp will run Monday-Friday, 8am to 5pm each day. The cost is $199 per child for the week or $45 per child, per day. Our camp is for children in grades kindergarten-5th. Each day your child will participate in two field trips and will be served breakfast, lunch, and a snack. A multi-child discount is available. For more information and to register, check out gctlh.org/bestweekever. If you have any questions, you can email our Children’s Pastor, Bo Walker, at email@example.com. Only 17 spots left!
Morning and afternoon snack, lunch, daily special activities. Early morning (7am-9am) drop off and Evening (6pm-7pm) pick up optional for only $15 extra. Discounts to Members & for multi day bookings. Limited Space. 50% Non-refundable deposit due to reserve spot.
Enjoy a fancy and fun time at Tessa’s Dollhouse and Tea Party Spring Break Camp with tea parties, costumes, crafts, and fun. 10 Princesses Max
- Learning centers
- Developmental play
- Arts & Crafts
- Social-skills training
- Music therapy
- Outside play
- Circle time
- And much more!
Warner Soccer – Indoor Futsal
This program is available to boys and girls, ages 7-15. This camp will feature indoor skills in the morning and games in the afternoon. Participants will be grouped based on age and ability. Lunch is provided.