Sanborn Regional School District Summer 2019 Enrichment Program
Summer enrichment camps provide children with a great opportunity to extend and apply their learning in new ways, to learn a new skill, to make new friends, and explore their passions.

All programs take place at Sanborn Regional High School and run from 8:00AM (drop off) to 3:00PM (pick-up) Monday-Friday unless otherwise specified.

The cost is $100.00 per student per camp (except the Kick-Start Camp, that camp is $25).

Lunch is not provided for any of the enrichment programs. Students will have access to refrigeration for their lunches.

A nurse will be on staff to handle any medical issues or dispense medication.

Registrations will be processed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Payment is due at the time of registration. Spots will fill up fast, and your spot is not confirmed until payment is received. Financial assistance is available to families who qualify.

Please send payment to:

SRSD Summer Enrichment 2019 Program
17 Danville Road
Kingston NH 03848

Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. There are limited seats for each camp. NOTE: Camps will only run if the minimum of 15 registrations are received. Full refunds will be issued for camps that are cancelled due to low enrollment.

For registration questions, email Brian Stack at bstack@sau17.net or Sally L'Antigua at slantigua@sau17.net

Basic Student Information
Student's First Name *
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Student's Last Name *
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Grade-Level (For the 2019-2020 School Year) *
Student's Primary Street Address *
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Student's Primary Town *
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Mailing Address (if different from above)
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Parent/Guardian Name *
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Parent/Guardian phone number? *
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Parent/Guardian email address? *
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Camp Selection(s)
Use this section to register for one (or multiple) camps. There are descriptions of each activity to help you decide which one(s) is/are best for you and your child.
Adventure Band Camp: July 22-26, for students entering grades 4-5.
Adventure Music is open to all students who have just completed 4th or 5th grades. Classes offered will be Chorus, Band,drum circle, guitar and ukulele. If they would like to participate in band they must have played their band instrument for at least one year. (Band instruments include: flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, baritone, and percussion.) We will play and sing a wide variety of fun and challenging music, such as concert, popular and rock style pieces, and host a concert on the last day. Students will be able to choose classes on the first day of camp. For more information, contact camp band teacher Lea Perkins at lperkins@sau17.net
College Summer Boot Camp: July 8-12, for students entering grade 12.
The SRHS Counseling Department is offering a "Summer College Boot Camp" to rising seniors. This enrichment program will offers seniors support with their college search, college applications, college essays, SAT preparation, and more. Students will work on researching the colleges they're interested in to begin building a list of colleges they would like to apply to. They will also work with an English teacher to begin their college essays. They will be given resources and the opportunity to study and sign up for the fall 2019 SAT's, and a chance to work in a small group with a School Counselor and an English teacher to begin the college application process. For more information, please contact School Counselor Megan Arena at marena@sau17.net.
Creative Writing: July 22-26, for students entering grades 6-12.
The Creative Writing Camp is an opportunity for young writers to create, share, and grow! Students will participate in activities to cultivate new writings as well as have a place to work on their own projects and share with like-minded peers. They will end the week with a body of work that will energize their passions for writing. For more information, please contact camp teacher Katie Graham at kgraham@sau17.net.
"Aladdin" Drama Camp: July 8-12 OR July 15-19, for students entering grades 4-9.
Drama Camp is a wonderful way to experience the thrill of the stage. Join us this summer, as we spend a fun-filled week preparing a play for a performance on the last day of camp for family and friends. In addition to rehearsals actors will enjoy a variety of activities, including games and contests. Join us this summer for an opportunity to be creative, gain confidence and learn the value of teamwork. This camp offers $50 scholarships. Please contact Carol Misenheimer at cmisenheimer@sau17.net for information.
Evolution of the Horror Story: July 15-19, for students entering grades 6-12.
Do you enjoy a good horror story? This camp will offer students the chance to read a selection of stories and view pieces that show the evolution of the horror story throughout the years. Students will advance their skills in reading, writing, and viewing through a multimedia approach through the study of materials that are not often read in general English classes. Because of the specific subject matter, students will be expected to become involved in highly-focused class discussion and should be prepared to assess their own understanding of the subject through reflection.

Please contact camp teacher Tamsyn Walker at twalker@sau17.net for more information.

Exploring Technology and Art Camp: July 15-19 and July 29-August 2, for students entering grades 3-9. ** This camp is being offered on two different weeks this summer and students can sign up for multiple weeks. **
Exploring Technology and Art Camp: Fun, exciting and challenging activities await you as you are introduced to a variety of art and technologies. Explore photography, photoshop, Microsoft Publisher and learn to create your own designs and transfer them to a t-shirt or a mug. Create your own buttons to display your creations. Learn to control, program and build your own robot!! Discover yourself through drawing, painting, sculpture with found objects, mask making, ceramics and much more. Discover the FUNdamentals of technology and art through a variety of activities. Each day will filled with three rotations (grouping will be made by age) and be focused on personalized learning.

Students are welcome to participate in one or two weeks. Students who participated in this camp last year and students doing both weeks will have the opportunity to personalize their experience through additional art and technology experiences.

Please contact camp teachers Kate Krumm or Kerrie Alley at ckrumm@sau17.net or kalleyviolette@sau17.net for more information.
FIRE (Fun Integrated Recreational Excursions/Education): July 8, 15, 22, 29, and August 5, for students entering grades 9-12.
This goal of this summer camp is to promote a positive culture and climate through immersion in community activities and service learning projects. Any high school student in need of academic, social, and/or emotional interventions is welcome to join. Trips are planned for these dates: July 8, 15, 22, 29, and August 5. Please contact camp teacher Kathy Giovando at kgiovando@sau17.net for more information.
Lip Sync Extravaganza: July 29-August 2, for students entering grades 5-12.
Students will pair up and select a song to perform on the last day of camp. Each pair will choreograph a dance to the music, assemble costumes and props, learn to be in sync with the lyrics and how to perform on stage in front of an audience, building confidence and having fun!. Please contact camp teacher Donna Clegg at dclegg@sau17.net for more information.
Mindful Living: July 29-August 2, for students entering grades 6-12.
This camp will introduce mentally beneficial concepts to students such as mindfulness, self-care, self-love and self-acceptance. Students will continually engage in daily/weekly in-class exercises which will include meditation, writing, open-discussion, reading, watching videos and other beneficial exercises and are encouraged to openly practice these exercises at home. The overall goal of this enrichment course is to equip students with useful strategies to increase awareness about their own mental health.

Please contact camp teacher Josh Routhier at jrouthier@sau17.net for more information.

Vocal Camp: July 22-26, for students entering grades 6-12.
Offered for the first time, this camp will explore a variety of both group and solo vocal music from numerous genres. Students will learn about vocal health, sight-singing techniques, healthy singing techniques, and will have the opportunity to workshop both solo and group songs. At the end of the week, campers will present a NYC style cabaret showcase.

Please contact camp teacher Erin Smith-Davis at esmithdavis@sau17.net for more information.

Emergency / Health Information
Please complete this form. This information will be shared with the nurse who will be on duty during the summer enrichment camp.
Student's Date of Birth (mm/dd/yyyy) *
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The name of a neighbor or relative who will assume temporary care of your student if you cannot be reached *
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Relationship of this alternative contact *
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Phone number of this alternative contact *
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Please use this space to list any routine daily medications the student takes (include name and dosage amounts)
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Please use this space to list any known allergies (food, drug, environmental) the student has
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Please use this space to describe any health conditions the student has
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What is the student's physician's name? *
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The city/town where the physician's office is located *
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Physician's office phone number *
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Dentist's office phone number
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What is the student's dentist's name?
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The city/town where the dentist's office is located
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What is your hospital of choice for emergency transport? *
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By printing your name in the box below, you recognize that the information on this form may be shared with school staff and emergency personnel as appropriate. It is the parent’s / guardian’s responsibility to share the students’s medical condition and treatment with transportation personnel (bus drivers). *
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By printing your name in the box below, you recognize the following: In case of accident or serious illness, I request the school to contact me. If the school is unable to reach me, I hereby authorize the school to call the physician indicated and follow his or her instructions. If it is impossible to contact the physician, the school may make whatever arrangements seem necessary. *
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The health office will stock the following medications and will administer those checked off by a parent or guardian. These will be administered according to the package directions at the discretion of the school nurse. THIS FORM WILL BE IN EFFECT FOR THE SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAM ONLY. Please place an “X” in front of those medications the school nurse may administer to your child.NOTE: If a parent / guardian requests administration of non-prescription medication not noted in the above list, the medication should be brought to the Health Office in the original container by a parent / guardian and a Hold Harmless form should be completed. *
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By printing my name below, I, the parent/guardian, authorize the school administrator to direct members of the school staff to assist my child in taking the above medication and agree that I will not hold liable, any member of the school staff or an individual of official capacity who is directed by me (parent / guardian) and the school administrator to assist my child in taking said medication. *
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Submitting Payment
Registration is not considered final until payment (cash or check) is received. Please send payment to:

SRSD Summer Enrichment 2019 Program
17 Danville Road
Kingston NH 03848

Please make checks payable to "Sanborn Regional School District." You may send one check for multiple registrations per household, just be sure to note this in the "memo" line of the check. If you would prefer to pay in cash, please stop by the Main Office of Sanborn Regional High School during business hours of Monday-Friday 8AM-3PM.

Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. There are limited seats for each camp. NOTE: Camps will only run if the minimum of 15 registrations are received. Full refunds will be issued for camps that are cancelled due to low enrollment. The decision to cancel a camp session will be made by June 1, 2019.

For registration questions, email Sally L'Antigua at slantigua@sau17.net or Brian Stack at bstack@sau17.net.


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