About A-S

A-S Bridge Summer Camp

This summer extend your child’s learning through a rich variety of classes offered during Allen-Stevenson’s virtual summer program.

Your child can explore academics, athletics, the arts and more under the guidance of our visionary teachers. Allen-Stevenson will ensure your child is energized while spending time with friends and making new connections.

Please note: Grades listed below are for the Upcoming 2020-21 School Year.


Questions? Contact Billy Dransfield, Camp Director, at bdransfield@allen-stevenson.org or at 646.455.9046.

Financial Aid grants for Allen-Stevenson families are applicable to A-S Summer Bridge Camp.

For camp details, click on the program name under the photos below.

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  • CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF OUR CAMP OFFERINGS SORTED BY WEEK

    Week 1 - June 22-26
    Breakdancing (Grades 1-4)
    Chilling with Ms. Train (Grades 1 & 2) (M, W, F June 22-July 3)
    STEAM and Maker Camp (Grades 3-8)
    Wacky Fun and Games (Grades 1-2) (M,W June 22-July 8)

    Week 2 - June 29-July 3
    Hobby Quest - Airplanes, Inventors and Magic Performers (Grades 1 & 2) (registration closed)
    Virtual Robotics (Grades 3-8)

    Continued from Week 1: Chilling with Ms. Train (Grades 1 & 2)
    Continued from Week 1: Wacky Fun and Games (Grades 1-2)


    Week 3 - July 6- 10
    Exploring Music - the 1600s to the present (Grades 4-8) (M, W, F: July 8-31)
    How to Draw Cartoon Characters (Grades 2 & 3)
    STEAM and Maker Camp (Grades 3-8) (registration filled)
    Writing: Expressing Yourself Through Poetry (Grades 7 & 8) (M, W, F: July 6-17)
     
    Continued from Week 2: Wacky Fun and Games (Grades 1-2)

    Week 4 - July 13-17
    Electric Guitar (Grades 4-6)
    Harry Pottery (Grades 2-4)
    Improv Workshop (Grades 4-6) (Tu: July 14-August 4)
    Language Arts Enrichment (Grades 4 & 5) (M, W, F: July 13-24)
    Learn to Record the Sounds Around You and Turn Them into Art (Grades 4-8) (Th: July 16-30)
    Making Lunch with Ms. Meltzer (Grades 6-8) (M, W, F: July 13-24)
    Spanish Immersion (Grades 1 & 2)
    Virtual A-S Game Show (Grades 1 & 2)
    Virtual Fitness Training (Grades 7 & 8)
     
    Continued from Week 3: Exploring Music - the 1600s to the present
    Continued from Week 3: Writing: Expressing Yourself Through Poetry

    Week 5 - July 20-24
    Breakdancing (Grades 1-4)
    Essential Drawing (Grades 4-7)
    Kids in the Kitchen (Grades 1-4) (Tu, W, Th: July 21-30)
    Odyssey of the Mind (Grades 4-7)
    Spanish Immersion (Grades 3 & 4)
    Virtual A-S Game Show (Grades 3 & 4)
    Virtual Fitness Training (Grades 7 & 8)
    Virtual Physical Education (Grades 1 & 2)
    Writing an Editorial: How to Argue Effectively (Grades 7 & 8) (M, W, F: July 20-31)
     
    Continued from Week 4: Exploring Music - the 1600s to the present
    Continued from Week 4: Improv Workshop
    Continued from Week 4: Language Arts Enrichment
    Continued from Week 4: Learn to Record the Sounds Around You and Turn Them into Art
    Continued from Week 4: Making Lunch with Ms. Meltzer
     
    Week 6 - July 27-31
    Breakdancing (Grades 1-4)
    Electric Guitar (Grades 4-6)
    Odyssey of the Mind (Grades 4-7)
    Test Prep Workshop SSAT and ISEE (Tu, W: July 28, 29; M, W, F: August 3-14)
    Virtual A-S Game Show (Grades 5 & 6)
    Virtual Cardio Boxing (Grades 7 & 8)
    Virtual Physical Education (Grades 1-3)
     
    Continued from Week 5: Exploring Music - the 1600s to the present
    Continued from Week 5: Improv Workshop
    Continued from Week 5: Kids in the Kitchen
    Continued from Week 5: Learn to Record the Sounds Around You and Turn Them into Art
    Continued from Week 5: Writing an Editorial: How to Argue Effectively
     
    Week 7 - August 3-7
    Chilling with Ms. Train (Grades 1 & 2) (M, W, F August 3-14)
    Harry Pottery (Grades 2-4)
    How to Draw Cartoon Characters (Grades 2 & 3)
    Virtual Fitness (Grades 5 & 6)
    Wacky Fun and Games (Grades 1 & 2) (M, W August 3-19)
     
    Continued from Week 6: Improv Workshop
    Continued from Week 6: Test Prep Workshop SSAT and ISEE

    Week 8 - August 10-14
    Continued from Week 7: Chilling with Ms. Train (Grades 1 & 2)
    Continued from Week 7: Wacky Fun and Games (Grades 1 & 2)

    Week 9 - August 17-21
    Debate Program (Grades 7&8)

    Continued from Week 8: Wacky Fun and Games (Grades 1 & 2)

Academics

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  • Debate Program (Grades 7&8)

    This program will teach kids the fundamentals of Parliamentary Debate and
    - Help students form persuasive arguments based on facts and reasoning 
    - Build leadership, confidence, public speaking skills, and an aptitude for analysis
    - Get participants excited and ready for the fall and have fun!

    Jordan Wasserberger a second-generation A-S alum from the Class of 2019, has two years of debate 
    experience under his belt. He has debated at tournaments across the nation, at state, regional, and national levels.

    Jack Klein graduated in the class of 2018 and has been debating for four years now. He first started debating at A-S and has attended debate camps across the country.  Jack has debated at the Stuyvesant Parliamentary Invitational and the New York Parliamentary Debate Championship, and qualified for the Tournament of Champions in California. Currently Jack is the President of HM parli debate and served both as Director of Training and Director of Communications this past year.

    Student Requirements: Students would need access to an electronic device, a stable internet connection to be able to participate, access to a quiet area from which to speak and paper and pens/pencils.

    Week 9: August 17-21
    Time: 10AM-3:30PM

    Schedule
    10:00 - 11:30: Parliamentary Debate Workshop + Topic Lecture
    11:30 - 12:00: Break
    12:00 - 1:30: Persuasion & Speaker Position Workshop
    1:30 - 2:00: Break
    2:00 - 3:30: Speech Practice & Practice Rounds

    Teachers: Jordan Wasserberger and Jack Klein
    Grades: Incoming 7th and 8th graders
    Cost: $375

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  • STEAM, Maker Camp, and Virtual Robotics (Grades 1-8)

    The Allen-Stevenson Virtual Robotics and STEAM/Maker Summer Program, is a unique, one of a kind program, for children ages 8-13, created specifically to enhance learning through critical thinking, creativity, problem-solving, persistence, and HAVING FUN! Our activities are designed around a vast and comprehensive program of science/engineering based STEAM and Maker investigations for weeks 1 and 3 and the coding of a virtual robot for week 2. All campers will be grouped by age/grade into one of three divisions (3–4, 5–6, and 7-8 graders.) Each division has its own distinct, age appropriate program, so that as the campers develop and grow, so does our program; campers will experience new, more complex challenges and investigations at each level.


    Week 1: June 22-26

    Schedule
    8:30 – 10:30 – Morning Session 1
    10:30 – 10:45 – Break
    10:45 – 12:15 – Morning Session 2

    Intro to STEAM and the Maker movement
    Grades: Incoming 3rd and 4th graders

    Diving Deeper into STEAM and the Maker movement
    Grades: Incoming 5th and 6th graders

    Masters of STEAM and the Maker Movement
    Grades: Incoming 7th and 8th graders
     
    Cost: $500 per week
     
    Week 2: June 29-July 3
     
    Schedule
    8:30 – 10:30 – Morning Session 1
    10:30 – 10:45 – Break
    10:45 – 12:15 – Morning Session 2
     
    Intro to Virtual Robotics
    Grades: Incoming 3rd and 4th graders

    Diving Deeper into Virtual Robotics
    Grades: Incoming 5th and 6th graders

    Masters of Virtual Robotics
    Grades: Incoming 7th and 8th graders
     
    Cost: $500 per week
     
    Week 3: July 6-10 (registration filled)

    Schedule
    8:30 – 10:30 – Morning Session 1
    10:30 – 10:45 – Break
    10:45 – 12:15 – Morning Session 2
     
    Intro to STEAM and the Maker movement
    Grades: Incoming 3rd and 4th graders 

    Diving Deeper into STEAM and the Maker movement
    Grades: Incoming 5th and 6th graders 

    Masters of STEAM and the Maker Movement
    Grades: Incoming 7th and 8th graders
     
    Teachers: Mr. Warren and Ms. Anderson
    Cost: $500 per week

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  • Writing: Expressing Yourself Through Poetry (Grades 7 & 8)

    A creative writing survey course that explores different genres of poetry and teaches students to write poetry in different styles using a writer’s workshop. The course will also include a grammar component that uses poetry to examine how writers use grammar to make meaning in their work.


    Week 3&4: July 6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 17
    Times: 11AM-12PM

    Teacher: Mr. Fennelly
    Grades: Incoming 7th and 8th graders
    Cost: $260 for full 2 week session
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Language Arts Enrichment (Grades 4&5)

    This enrichment course will keeps boys engaged and active while school is out, helping to prevent summer learning loss. Boys will work to strengthen skills in reading comprehension, writing proficiently, vocabulary and writing mechanics with fun and engaging lessons. 

    Weeks 4 & 5: M, W, F July 12-24
    (July 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 24)
    Time:
    9-10AM: 4th Grade
    10-11AM: 5th Grade

    Weeks 7 & 8:  M, W, F August 3-14
    (August 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 14)
    Time:
    9-10AM: 4th Grade
    10-11AM: 5th Grade

    Teacher: Ms. Meltzer
    Grades: Incoming 4th and 5th graders
    Cost: $260 for each 2-week session
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Spanish Immersion (Grades 1-4)

    Looking for a fun way to keep your Spanish skills sharp this summer? We know the best way to learn is by D-O-I-N-G. Come join some of Allen-Stevenson’s Spanish teachers for a few weeks of engaging, active, and fun-filled activities and games to promote connections and keep your skills sharp. Siblings are welcome, too! Possible activities include: dancing, working out, cooking, art classes, game day, creative challenges, minute-to-win-it challenges, skits, y más! Can’t wait to see you there!

    Week 4: July 13-17: 1st and 2nd graders
    Time: 11AM-12PM

    Week 5: July 20-24: 3rd and 4th graders
    Time: 11AM-12PM

    Teachers: Ms. Spielberg, Mr. Krawec, and Ms. Iturralde
    Grade: Incoming 1st through 4th graders 
    Cost: $215 per week
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Writing an Editorial: How to Argue Effectively (Grades 7 & 8)

    In this course, students will prepare an editorial for next year’s New York Times Student Editorial Contest. Over the course of two weeks, students will learn the principles of argumentative writing, especially the work horse “five paragraph essay” structure that they can apply to a variety of different writing assignments.

    Weeks 5&6: July 20, 22, 24, 27, 29, 31
    Times: 11AM-12PM

    Teacher: Mr. Fennelly
    Grades: Incoming 7th and 8th graders
    Cost: $260 for full 2 week session
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Odyssey of the Mind (Grades 4-7)

    Camp OM is a fun, exciting week of daily sessions that train potential team members to think creatively. Campers will learn about the new 2020-2021 challenge problems and work to solve an open-ended problem of their choosing. The camper’s chosen solution will take the form of a video performance at the end of the week where the team does the writing, designing, and building. All activities foster divergent thinking, creative use of materials, and virtual collaboration which rewards thinking outside the box!
     
    We will explore four different areas of interest:
    Drama-“How to build a Play” costume design, directing, special effects, props, scenery, script writing. 
    Monster Training- build a “monster” from recycled items and create a virtual video on how you would train your monster!
    Spontaneous Problem Solving-short 3-10 minute creative problems solving that are both verbal and hands-on.
    Balsa- How can little tiny pieces hold up hundreds of pounds? Learn engineering principles of how to design a structure that can support massive amounts of weight!
    Vehicle Design- Learn the properties of different cars through the building of prototypes and testing the models. 
     
    Week 5: July 20-24
    Time: 2-3:30PM

    Week 6: July 27-31
    Time: 2-3:30PM

    Teacher: Ms. Anderson
    Grades: Incoming 4th through 7th graders
    Cost: $355 per week
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Test Prep Workshop: SSAT and ISEE (Grade 8)

    Using test innovators and content mini-lessons, students will learn test taking strategies for all portions including the essay, and will review material that is on the test. It will be Tuesday/Thursday for 45 minutes each.

    Weeks 6&7: July 28, 29, August 4, 6, 11, 13
    Times:
    11-11:45AM (Math)
    1-1:45PM (English)

    Teachers: Ms. Leonard (Math) and Ms. Wall (Language/Verbal)
    Grade: Incoming 8th graders
    Cost: $440
    *minimum of 5 students in class

Athletics

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  • Breakdancing (Grades 1-4)

    Join our master teachers and performers, Corey and Ekow, to learn the essentials of the art of Breaking. Beginning with standing and floor exercises, they progress to famous moves like Toprock, Downrock, Freeze and the Six Step. Each class ends in a dance-off, where the students learn about “battle etiquette.” Come be a part of NYC’s history and have fun!

    Week 5: July 20-24
    Time:
    10-11AM: Incoming 3rd and 4th graders
    11AM-12PM: Incoming 1st and 2nd graders

    Week 6: July 27-31
    Time:
    10-11AM: Incoming 3rd and 4th graders
    11AM-12PM: Incoming 1st and 2nd graders

    Cost: $430 per week
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Virtual Fitness (Grades 5 & 6)

    Students will be guided through a LIVE full body-work out each day and about different muscle groups/energy systems. Modifications will be given to make exercises easier or more difficult based on individual fitness level. 

    Week 7: August 3-7
    Time: 11AM-12PM

    Teacher: Mr. Burgos
    Grade: Incoming 5th and 6th graders
    Cost: $215
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Virtual Cardio Boxing (Grades 7 & 8)

    Students will learn the basics of striking, movement, and striking combinations. Everything learned will be combined into a totally body (boxing focused) workout, and culminate in a cool down and stretch.

    Week 6: July 27-31
    Time: 10-11AM

    Teacher: Mr. Burgos
    Grade: Incoming 7th and 8th graders
    Cost: $215
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Virtual Physical Education (Grades 1 & 2)

    Get up and start your day with some cool PE games with Mr. Brian Alifano.

    Week 5: July 20-24
    Time: 9-10AM

    Teacher: Mr. Brian Alifano
    Grades: Incoming 1st and 2nd graders
    Cost: $215
    *minimum of 5 students in class
     

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  • Virtual Fitness Training (Grades 7 & 8)

    Students will learn about specific muscle groups, how to train them in a circuit (or isolate them) to influence their development in an efficient and safe way. They will learn how to use whatever equipment they have at their disposal as well as body weight (it is preferred for students to have access to resistance bands or some light weights because some movements may require it). Each class will explore a different body part, Chest, Back, Legs, Core, Shoulders, Biceps, and Triceps.

    Week 4: July 13-17
    Time: 10-11AM

    Week 5: July 20-24
    Time: 10-11AM

    Teacher: Mr. Burgos
    Grade: Incoming 7th and 8th graders
    Cost: $215 per week
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Virtual Physical Education (Grades 1-3)

    Get up and start your day with some cool PE games with Mr. Brian Alifano.

    Week 6: July 27-31
    Time: 9-10AM

    Teacher: Mr. Brian Alifano
    Grades: Incoming 1st through 3rd graders
    Cost: $215
    *minimum of 5 students in class

The Arts

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  • Electric Guitar (Grades 4-6)

    Students will explore basics of playing the electric guitar (acoustic guitars are also welcome). Students will learn basic chord shapes, strumming patterns, scales and exercises, and how to keep a steady rhythm. Some advanced techniques may include: hammeron/pull offs, finger picking, effects, tapping, harmonics, bends/vibrato.  Students will also learn from a variety of different genres/songs, with the goal of getting confident enough to play a simple song or jam together in a break-out room. 
    They are welcome to bring in their own outside influences and questions.

    Week 4: July 13-17
    Time: 1-2PM

    Week 6: July 27-31
    Time: 1-2PM

    Teacher: Mr. Burgos
    Grades: Incoming 4th-6th graders
    Cost: $215 per week
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Harry Pottery (Grades 2-4)

    Using self-drying clay, we will develop basic hand building techniques including pinch, coil, and slab, and learn about surface and texture decoration. We will create a series of projects using our imagination to transform the clay into both functional objects, figurative objects and fanciful clay sculptures.

    Week 4: July 13-17

    Time: 10-11AM

    Week 7: August 3-7
    Time: 10-11AM

    Grades: Incoming 2nd through 4th graders
    Teacher(s): Ms. Exposito
    Cost: $265 per week, including shipped materials
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Essential Drawing (Grades 4-7)

    Learn how to draw realistically, exploring form, light and shadows.  We will build our skills, carefully rendering still-life objects, and explore basic anatomy to render realistic figures and portraits.

    Week 5: July 20-24
    Time: 11AM-12PM

    Teacher: Ms. Exposito
    Grades: Incoming 4th through 7th graders
    Cost: $265, including shipped materials
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • How to Draw Cartoon Characters (Grades 2-3)

    Daily lessons giving step-by-step instructions on how to draw cartoon characters. Learn to draw animals (real and fictional), people, and backgrounds. All you need is a pencil and some plain paper!

    Week 3: July 6-10
    Time: 1:00-2:00PM

    Week 7: August 3-7
    Time: 10:00-11:00AM

    Teacher: Ms. Griffiths
    Grade: Incoming 2nd and 3rd graders
    Cost: $215 per week

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  • Learn to Record the Sounds Around You and Turn Them Into Art (Grades 4-8)

    Have you ever noticed how different everything feels when there’s no traffic and you can hear people’s voices on the other side of the street? Do you remember the sound of the wind in a bad storm, the sound of thunder, the sounds of different kinds of shoes? In this three week class we will explore the sounds of your world. I will show you how to record these sounds, put them all together, change them if you want to and turn them into a work of art.

    Weeks 4-6: Thursdays, July 16, 23, 30
    Time: 1-2PM

    Grades: Incoming 4th through 8th graders
    Teacher: Ms. Mykolenko
    Cost: $130
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Exploring Music - The 1600s to Present (Grades 4-8)

    Incoming 5th and 6th graders:
    Have you ever wondered who wrote the music to the movie Star Wars
    Those names like Bach and Mozart that you have seen in your instrumental music books or in the programs of A-S orchestra concerts; who were they? We will explore these questions and others as we plunge into the music of the last four hundred years. We will talk about music you might know and explore music you have never heard.

    Incoming 7th and 8th graders:
    Did you wonder who Mozart was after hearing a piece that had his name on it as the composer at Monday Morning Meeting? Would you like to learn what kind of music is being written now? Do you know who wrote the music for the movie Star Wars? We will answer these and other questions in this class as we explore the world of music over the last four hundred years. We will listen to, and talk about, composers and music you may have heard and explore music you may not have heard. 

    Weeks 3-6: W, F July 8-31
    (July 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29, 31)
    Time:
    11AM-12PM (incoming 7th and 8th graders)
    2-3PM (incoming 4th through 6th graders)

    Teacher: Ms. Mykolenko
    Cost: $344
    *minimum of 5 students in class
     

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  • Improv Workshop (Grades 4-6)

    Like making people laugh? Come take the Improv 101 Workshop! Completely low-pressure, positive-filled class time where you explore the foundations of improvisation: story heightening, joke strengthening, public speaking skills, and celebrating you and your peers!

    Weeks 4-7: July 14, 21, 28, August 4
    Time: 1-2PM

    Teacher: Ms. Robles
    Grades: Incoming 4th through 6th graders
    Cost: $175
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Chilling with Ms. Train (Grades 1-2)

    Bring a cool summer treat, some sweet dance moves and get ready to chat and dance with your friends, and Ms. Train of course! This a social time for boys to connect with one another and see some familiar faces. Ms. Train will facilitate conversation amongst the boys and even have daily dance parties!
      
    Weeks 1&2: M, W, F June 22-July 3 
    (June 22, 24, 26, 29, July 1, 3)
    Time: 1:00-2:00PM

    Weeks 7&8: M, W, F August 3-14
    (August 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 14)
    Time: 1:00-2:00PM

    Teacher: Ms. Train
    Grade: Incoming 1st and 2nd graders
    Cost: $260 per two-week session
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Virtual A-S Game Show (Grades 1-6)

    In this daily virtual game show, you will test your knowledge on everything from geography to books to kid’s pop culture.

    Hosted by a wacky emcee, each day, teams will go head to head, showing off their skills to achieve ultimate trivia domination and epic bragging rights for years to come!

    Incoming 1st and 2nd graders:
    Week 4: July 13-17 
    Time: 9-10AM

    Incoming 3rd and 4th graders:
    Week 5: July 20-24 
    Time: 9-10AM

    Incoming 5th and 6th graders:
    Week 6: July 27-31
    Time:  10-11AM

    Teacher: Ms. LaSane
    Grades: Incoming 1st through 4th Graders
    Cost: $215 per week
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Kids in the Kitchen (Grades 1-4)

    A virtual cooking class for students in Grades 1-4. We will be making kid-friendly desserts, snacks, and entrees using basic ingredients and common kitchen tools and supplies. Some classes will be no-bake, some will require an oven or toaster oven. Campers will have fun practicing basic cooking skills and learn how to use their math and reading skills to measure ingredients and follow recipes and instructions. We will also have time to play some fun kitchen games and cooking crafts.

    Several Allen-Stevenson teachers and staff members will be joining us as Guest Celebrity Chefs! Mr. Yaya Diack, Ms. Vermont-Davis, Ms. Christaline Wilkins, and Ms. Coburn, are a few of our guest chefs.
    *limited adult supervision needed for a few sessions

    Weeks 5&6: T, W, Thu July 21-30
    (July 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30)
    Time: 10-11:30AM

    Teacher: Ms. Mays
    Grades: Incoming 1st through 4th graders
    Cost: $260
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Wacky Fun and Games (Grades 1-2)

    Get ready for a chance to play some fun games and have some wacky fun with friends. The boys will engage in activities such as Simon Says, Charades, Riddles and Jokes, Freeze Dance Parties, Guess the Number, Scavenger Hunts, Favorite Story Read Alouds, and more!

    Weeks 1-3: M,W June 22-July 8
    (June 22, 24, 29, July 1, 6, 8)
    Time: 9:00-10:00AM

    Weeks 7-9: M, W August 3-19
    (August 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19)
    Time: 9:00-10:00AM

    Teacher: Ms. Phillips
    Grades: Incoming 1st and 2nd graders
    Cost: $260 per three-week session
    *minimum of 5 students in class

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  • Making Lunch with Ms. Meltzer (Grade 6-8)

    With interactive instruction, young chefs get to chop, mix and roll their way to a different delicious dish in each! Boys learn valuable culinary skills and new recipes, enjoy a fun hands-on activity, and are inspired to expand their taste buds. The entire menu will be provided before the start of camp. By providing a menu in advance, families can decide how to purchase the ingredients in a way that is most convenient for them. Each camper will be in charge of their own food. Once you have signed up, Isabel Meltzer will reach out to you individually regarding any allergies or dietary restrictions your son may have. If you are not comfortable with your son using a knife (for chopping etc.), please purchase a child friendly/plastic chefs knife in advance.

    Weeks 4&5: M, W, F July 13-24
    (July 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 24)
    Time: 11AM-12PM

    Weeks 7&8: M, W, F August 3-14
    (August 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 14)
    Time: 11AM-12PM

    Teacher: Ms. Meltzer
    Grades: Incoming 6th through 8th graders
    Cost: $260 per each 2-week session
    *minimum of 5 students in class


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