March 14 – 18 and 21, 2016
REGISTRATION BEGINS February 1, 2016
Camp Spark makes learning fun and links Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) concepts to the real-world.
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 screening 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 14: Amusement Parks – Discover the science behind the fun of amusement parks! Learn about centripetal force and momentum as you get hands-on to build a coaster, create a tilt-a-whirl top, make candied apples, and discover the world’s largest rodent!
Tuesday, March 15: Sports Science – Improve your game with science! Learn how sports are governed by the principles of physics through hands-on activities that check your reaction time, experiment with collision forces, and test the direction of spinning soccer balls.
Wednesday, March 16: 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!
Thursday, March 17: Superhero Science – It’s St. Patrick’s Day! Have fun exploring the science behind our favorite Irish and green super heroes! Discover mutant Siryn’s sonic super power, the abilities of Captain America, the power ring of Green Lantern, and the regenerative healing skills of the Green Goblin!
Friday, March 18: Minecraft Camp – Enjoy a day exploring science through Minecraft themed creative play and experimentation. Discover the earth’s rocks and minerals, make edible Minecraft coal, use your math skills to create creeper art, and build a sugar cube dwelling.
Monday, March 21: Spark Smorgasbord – Wrap up an exciting spring break with an assortment of fun science investigation. Activities include creating a light-up lightening bug, making a potato chip bag blaster, chemistry concoctions, and more!
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 Ste 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 email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 850-591-6362.
Campers will ignite knowledge as they explore the art of discovery!