CBNS camps are a combination of nature play and exploration, STEAM topics, make & take crafts, games, stories and of course, fun! We typically offer camps during school breaks in winter, mid-winter, spring, and summer.
NOW ACCEPTING INTEREST LIST
Thank you for your interest in our summer camp program. We have a tentative reopening plan the week of July 13, following the state's Safe Start plan. We continue to monitor guidelines from federal and local government health organizations, and will reassess the situation as necessary. We plan to offer weekly camp programs, with the initial camp at limited capacity and schedule, as we implement enhanced health and safety measures. We will announce additional camp offerings throughout the summer.
To be added to the interest list, please see the sessions below and email us with your preference at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive an email with more information when registration is available.
2020 SUMMER CAMP SESSIONS
(CANCELED) JUNE 29-JULY 2 / MON-THU / 9 AM - 12 PM / 2-day or 4-day combo
(CANCELED) JULY 6-9 / MON-THU / 9 AM - 12 PM / 12 PM - 3 PM / 2-day or 4-day combo
JULY 16-17 / THU-FRI / 9 AM - 12 PM / 2-day
Did you know that when we go to sleep at night, some animals are just waking up? Raccoons, opossums, and bats are just a few of the animals that we'll be learning about during our nocturnal week! How do nocturnal animals see at night? What do they eat and where do they go during the day? Come find out!
JULY 22-23 / WED-THU / 9 AM - 12 PM
PACIFIC NORTHWEST HABITATS
Join us in celebrating our Northwest pride by learning about various habitats and ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest and the living things that grow, run, eat and play here! Through art, books, songs and science experiments, we'll explore the Puget Sound and find out what life is like for whales, bald eagles, salmon, fish, anemones, crabs, and octopuses that live in the sound.
JULY 29-30 / WED-THU / 9 AM - 12 PM
Learn how plant and animal life in alpine and sub-alpine habitats differ from forest life. We'll study how animals, such as the mountain lions, mountain goats, marmots, and ground squirrels that live at high elevations, seem to defy nature by surviving in such harsh climate conditions. We'll also compare and contrast grizzly and black bears. At the end of this week, you'll know how grizzlies survive at elevations when salmon is not available in their diet.
AUGUST 3-6 / MON-THU / 9 AM - 12 PM / 2-day or 4-day combo
HUMAN AND EARTH SCIENCE
What does the human body and the earth have in common? Anatomy! What are the parts of the body? What are the parts of the earth? What is weather and the climates around the world? How does weather affect the earth? How does the weather affect the human beings and animals living on earth? Hands-on science experiments and projects will be explored!
AUGUST 10-13 / MON-THU / 9 AM - 12 PM / 2-day or 4-day combo
Lions, tigers, and bears, oh my! Which of these animals really live in the forest? What is the difference between an evergreen and a deciduous tree? Do we live in a rainforest? We'll discover the answers to these questions and more!
AUGUST 17-20 / MON-THU / 9 AM - 12 PM / 2-day or 4-day combo
Bring on the sun as we explore the tropical ocean life. Campers will have opportunities to explore what life is like for those plants, animals, and humans that live in warm weather climates.
- All camps include outdoor exploration, so seasonal-appropriate gear is required.
- Campers must bring a water bottle, and mid-morning snack (and a sack lunch for full-day campers). We are a tree nut-free and peanut-free facility.
Who Can Attend?
Camps are open to currently enrolled CBNS students and children ages 2.5 to 10 years old. Children ages 3 and up must be able to use the bathroom independently. Campers will be divided by age group; groups will not mix.
Camp Fees and Discounts
- $90: 2-day half-day
- $170: 4-day half-day combo
- Multi-child discount: 10%
- Full summer discount: 10%
Prices are subject to change
Camp fees are due in full at the time of registration. Registrations are processed on a first come, first served basis in the order they are received. Spaces cannot be held without full payment.
To register, contact the school office at 253-514-6338 Ext. 103 or email email@example.com.
Registrations made at least 14 days before camp start date receive full refund minus a $25 cancellation fee per camp. Cancellations made less than 14 days before camp start date receive a 50% refund per camp. Inside of 7 days, no refund or credit will be given unless a camp is canceled.