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A101: Baking Bearcats (Grades K-5th)

READY, SET, BAKE!!! Come join Mrs. Marek and learn how to make dazzling and delicious homemade Funfetti brownies, sugar-winged butterfly cupcakes, Oreo cake balls, homemade soft pretzels, rainbow monster cookies, and more! You will also put together your own cookbook that can be used for many years to come! So, roll up your sleeves, get ready to measure, mix, pour, decorate, and have some SUMMER FUN!!!

Instructor: Kim Marek
Date: June 6-10 (Mon.-Fri.)
Time: 9 am – Noon
Grades: Entering K-5th
Min/Max Students: 10/18
Registration Deadline: May 30
Tuition: $255 (includes all materials)

A102: Speed Stack (Grades K-5th)

Want to learn unique and exciting new sports for all ability levels? You don’t have to be good at sports to be a competitive stacker. Sport stacking is an individual and team sport that involves stacking cups in pre-determined sequences. Speed Stacks promotes hand-eye coordination, ambidexterity, quickness and concentration. Students will progress from 3 to 6 cup cycles including the 3-6-3, 6-6 and then the 1-10-1 competition cycle. Students who sport stack on a regular basis can improve tests scores, levels of concentration and self-esteem. Stacking requires students to cross the midline of the body, using both the right and left sides of their brain. New connections are formed in the brain which spurs brain growth and in turn promotes academic achievement. Students of all ages, abilities and personalities love the sport of stacking because it is fun and challenging.

Instructor: Adam Wilkinson, LS Teachers
Dates: June 6-8 (Mon.-Wed.)
Time: 9 am – Noon
Grades: Entering K-5th
Min/Max Students: 8/20
Registration Deadline: May 30
Tuition: $160

A104: Kind Kids Club (Grades JK-4th)

Are you ready to throw kindness around like it is confetti??? If so, this is the camp for you. Please join Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. Williams as we explore ideas to spread kindness to our group, campus and the community around us. We will spend the week spreading kindness with various crafts, activities, and projects. We look forward to promoting kindness with you!

Instructor: Keri Williams and Lindsay Jennings, LS Teachers
Dates: June 6-10
Time: 9 am – Noon
Grades: Entering JK-4th
Min/Max Students: 10/20
Registration Deadline: May 30
Tuition: $175

A105: Perseus and You! Greek and Roman Myths told your way in Latin.

You'll read a famous tale in Latin about Medusa, Perseus, Arachne, Prometheus, Odysseus or another Greek or Roman hero or arch villain. You’ll learn vocabulary for that story with puzzles and games. Then, equipped with new words and grammar, you'll retell the story in short, simple Latin sentences in your own creative medium (skits, shadow box plays, cartoons, etc.).  At least 1 year of Latin or permission from the instructor is required. Supplies for the shadow box theater, skits, and illustrations are included in the fee. Snacks are also included.

Instructors: Jan Mitchell
Dates: June 6-10 (Also offered June 13-17)
Time: 9 am – Noon
Grades: Entering 6th-9th
Min/Max Students: 5/20
Registration Deadline: May 30
Tuition: $145

A106: Tearless Latin Grammar

Decline nouns and conjugate verbs while having fun playing Latin grammar games (BattleShip, Circus Maximus, cards, Quizlet Live, Charades, etc.). Grammar Topics: cases, tenses, and prepositions. Snacks and supplies are included in the fee.

Instructors: Jan Mitchell
Dates: June 6-10 (Also offered June 13-17)
Time: 1 – 4 pm
Grades: Entering 6th-9th
Min/Max Students: 5/20
Registration Deadline: May 30
Tuition: $145

A109: KCD Football Camp of Champions (Grades Entering 1st-8th)

This camp is entering its 18th year as part of our Summer Stretch and has always been a great and fun experience for all of the young men involved. Your athletes need to bring cleats and a water bottle is encouraged. We will provide plenty of snacks, Gatorade, and water for all of the campers. Please plan to drop off between 8:40 and 8:55am in the rear of the school at our football stadium and pick up at 12pm at the same location. The first part of the day at camp will feature skills and drills for offense and defense and we will play games and have skills competitions at the end of the camp. The non contact drills and skills will be taught by our outstanding Varsity Football staff and players. We will be focused on having fun and learning the basics of the great game of football. All campers will learn to throw and catch properly, while working on their agility in a variety of ways. Any and all are welcome to come out to watch and I look forward to meeting those of you that I do not know yet in person. If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to talk with me further, please email Matt Jones or call 502-439-1048.

Instructor: Matt Jones, Head Football Coach
Date: June 6-9 (Mon. – Thurs.)
Time: 9 am – Noon
Grades: Entering 1st-8th
Min/Max Students: 12/80
Registration Deadline: May 30
Tuition: $180

A110: Electronic Music

Learn how to make music on a computer! No previous music experience required. How does a synthesizer work? How do you make a beat on a drum machine or sample a sound? In this hands-on camp, Mr. Johnson will teach you the basics of how to do all of these things and more. All equipment provided.

Instructor: Jason Johnson, KCD Upper School Teacher
Date: June 6-12
Time: 9 am – Noon
Grade: 5-12
Min/Max: 4/10
Registration Deadline: May 30
Tuition: $175
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Kentucky Country Day School is a private JK–12, coeducational school located on a spacious 80+ acre campus in Louisville, KY. KCD combines a rigorous academic program with a wide variety of athletic and extracurricular programs. Our outstanding faculty creates an intimate learning environment that is both challenging and supportive.