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HP Elite Soccer

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The Ball Masters camp focuses on developing a solid technical foundation including: individual footskills, first touch, ball control, and ball striking. These are the fundamentals that need to be trained, re-trained, and mastered with constant repetition. There is a heavy emphasis on individual footskills in 1v1 situations. We want players to be confident with the ball at their feet and be creative in attacking the goal.

Writing Workshop Online (Weeks 2 & 3)

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The Writer’s Workshop course is designed for students entering grades 5 this Fall. Students will practice examining, explaining, and defending claims to strengthen their written expression. In the Writing for Meaning course, students will be introduced to academic language and vocabulary, review advanced concepts of grammar, and editing strategies to plan, draft, and revise their […]

Math Explorers Part I

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The Math Explorer I course is designed for students entering Grade 5 in the fall. Students will keep their math skills sharp while practicing deductive reasoning, spatial thinking, as well as critical and creative thinking strategies. Math Explorers will get a chance to review key mathematics concepts participating in a variety of activities to develop […]

Spanish Foundation

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The Spanish Foundation course is an introduction to Spanish for students with little or no previous knowledge of Spanish. The students will be working with authentic spanish materials in different formats, such as music, works of art, short readings and podcasts. The course will develop the four skills necessary in the learning of any language: […]

Math Explorers Part II

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The Math Explorer II course is designed for students entering Grades 4 in the fall. Students will keep their math skills sharp while practicing deductive reasoning, spatial thinking, as well as critical thinking strategies. Math Explorers will get a chance to review key mathematics concepts participating in a variety of activities to develop logical and critical thinking skills. This course will equip students with mathematical strategies for problem solving using reasoning and pattern-recognition and critical thinking skills. This course will equip students with mathematical strategies for problem solving using reasoning and pattern-recognition.

Writing Workshop Online (Weeks 4 & 5)

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The Writer’s Workshop course is designed for students entering grades 5 this Fall. Students will practice examining, explaining, and defending claims to strengthen their written expression. In the Writing for Meaning course, students will be introduced to academic language and vocabulary, review advanced concepts of grammar, and editing strategies to plan, draft, and revise their own essays, as well as creative writing pieces, based on reading responses to varied mentor texts and reading materials.

Spanish Level I (Weeks 4 & 5)

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The Spanish Level 1 course is a continuation of the Spanish Foundation course. It is designed for students with some basic previous knowledge of Spanish. The students will be working with authentic Spanish materials in different formats, such as music, works of art, short readings and podcasts. The course will continue to develop the four skills necessary in the learning of any language: reading, listening, writing and speaking. Upon completion of this course, students will be required to take an oral and written exam.

Spanish Level I (Weeks 2 & 3)

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The Spanish Level 1 course is a continuation of the Spanish Foundation course. It is designed for students with some basic previous knowledge of Spanish. The students will be working with authentic Spanish materials in different formats, such as music, works of art, short readings and podcasts. The course will continue to develop the four […]

Youth Leadership Institute (Weeks 2 & 3)

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The Youth Leadership Institute I is designed for students entering Grades 5 and 6 interested in developing personal, organizational, and community leadership skills. The institute provides participants with the opportunity to identify unique strengths and passions, enhance self-image and self-confidence, and develop key leadership skills such as advocacy, goal setting, conflict resolution, emotional regulation, and […]

Colts Baseball

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Join Coach Krauss and his staff on Congressional’s baseball diamond for a fun week of baseball. From hitting and fielding fundamentals, to the finer aspects of the games, players will take their skills to the next level in a safe and supportive environment. Players of all skill levels are encouraged to join us this summer. Helmets, bats, and cleats are encouraged but not necessary. Baseball gloves are required.

Fashion & Machine Sewing by Handworks Studio

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When a child makes something with their own hands, they experience surges of imagination, meditative effects, and begin to build skills for life. Whether this is their first experience crafting or they have taken classes with us before, our curriculum and skilled Handwork Studio instructors meet kids where they are on their creative journey to […]

Colts Club

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Congressional Students are encouraged to join this brand new Congressional Camp program for Congressional Students during the 1st session.

In an effort to maintain our cohorts throughout the summer, we will be having this 1 week session for our school students. Campers will participate in the best of our day camp activities including archery, pool, sports, arts & crafts and more! Campers will also get an opportunity to participate in special events and assemblies!