Number of Seats
|9-12||Governmnet and politics - Model UN with Mrs. Grieco||To give interested students a deeper understanding of the process of bill writing, lobbying, the importance of connecting with other lawmakers to increase the passage of a particular bill, and an overview of the RI legislature law making process.||BHS||June 29, 30 & July 1, 6, 7, 8 11-1:00|
|5-8||Band ramp up with Mrs. Hughes and Mrs Prickel-Kane||To enhance beginning instrumental music in response to losing program opportunities due to Covid.
We hope to provide the joy of playing music together and to learn music through a unique and cooperative experience. Intended for instrumental music students entering grades 6-9
|BHS||Session1 Mornings 8:30-11:00 Session 2: Afternoon 12-2:30 June 28th - July 2nd, 2021|
|9-12||Introduction to Photography w/ Mrs. Affronti||The course objective is to introduce students to Photography, discuss
basic camera operations, lighting, perspective, portraiture, presentation and preservation.
|BHS||June 29-July 8th ( T, W, & TH) 2 hours a day, 9-11:00||15|
|K-3||Book Club w/ Ms. Marra and Ms. Buzzi||This Pages to Projects group will promote the joy of reading practice throughout summer months with a book club, discussion group and coordinating art project. Participants will share reading and incorporate a hands-on creative project. Students will also collaborate with peers to promote social-emotional learning and growth.
Session 1: July 13, 14, 15
Session 2: July 20, 21, 22
Session 3: July 27, 28, 29
Session 4: Aug 3, 4, 5
|6-8||Running, meditation, & Mindfulness w/ student Caleb Schultz||develop their social-emotional, physical, and mental health through exercise, meditation and mindfulness, and being part of an in-person group that is accepting of everyone.||BMS||July 25-August 5 week program T,W, &TH 8-10:30||10|
|K-3||"Let's have fun!" w/ student Gabriella Furtado||Allow children to escape Covid-19 stress while being outside interacting with other children
Improve social-emotional skills that were set back due to Covid-19
Engage the children of Barrington within their town and expand their knowledge
|PHS||July 7th-July 29th T,W, TH 8-11:00||10|
|K-3||Spanish w/ Mr. Villella||This enrichment program will provide elementary students (K-3) an opportunity to gain introductory skills in Spanish. Skills that will be obtained in this program will include: learning basic phrases, numbers, colors, etc. as well as increased competency in cultural understanding. Through this program, students will gain a basic level of Spanish while simultaneously preparing them academically for the future.||PHS||June 29th-July29th 8-11:00 T, W, & TH||15|
|4-8||Visual Journalism w/ Ms. Kulis||To build confidence in creativity and self-expression |
To learn artistic techniques and experimentation
To process emotions and life experiences through writing prompts and art-making
|BMS||July 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 & 22 9-11:00|
T, W, & TH
|6-8||Visual Arts w/ Mr. DiZio|| |
This art camp will teach techniques using a variety of different materials, teach tools that the learners can use to hone their creativity, their critical thinking skills, and explore social issues important to them. It will provide a safe space for students to explore and experiment artistically. Most importantly artists of all skill levels will have a place to have fun and learn about art! Projects include: designing a logo, designing a dream room and a self portrait. Students should bring a lunch, snacks and water
|BMS||July 12-16 and August 9-12th M,T, W, & TH 10-3:00||15|
|K-3||Growing Art w/ Mrs. Moody and Mrs. Russell||We would like to offer a week of fun centered around nature. Offering crafts, planting, stories, songs and games with gardening and nature at the core.
Each day would consist of a new craft and exploration of gardening and nature.
|PHS||Session 1: July 19th-22rd Sessiion 2 July 26th-29th 11:30-3:00 M-TH||15|
|K-3||Cultures across the world w/ Mrs. Sami||To introduce K-3 students to different art forms and cultures across the
world throughart and crafts, read- alouds and music.
|PHS||Monday's 7/12-8/16 2 hours a day||15|
|K-3||Self-regulations strategies and imagination through arts and crafts w/ Ms Camara||Students will benefit by understanding their emotions and learn to use tools in different situations to help regulate their emotions.||PHS||Monday's 7/12-8/16 2.5 hours a day||15|
|K-3||Arts and Crafts w/ Mrs. Lally and Mrs. Hall||To offer students in grades K-3 a unique and educational summer experience with a focus on crafting, kitchen and sewing skills… the original makerspace.|
The same projects will be completed each session.
|PHS||Session1: July 6-8 Session 2: July 13-15 Session 3: July 20-22, Session 4: July 27-29 Session 5: August 3-5 T, W, & TH 8:00am-11:00am||15|
|4-5||Gaming w/ Mr. Whitman||To create a Summerenrichment program centered around the game,|
“Dungeonsand Dragons”, which can be used as a tool to encourage the development of social
and emotional skills and learning, as well as emphasize the use and practice of math & ELA
skills integrated into the game. "Students will learn how to play the game, as well as some basic skills to help them run their own game in the future"
|HMS||Monday's June 28th-Aug 2 8-11||6|
|4-5||Grow a Garden w/ Mrs. McGee and Mr. Turner||This enrichment project would enable students to focus on content using critical thinking skills, communication and collaboration and certainly be a project that would be ongoing over an extended period of time. Planning, designing, growing , maintaining and harvesting while working together will be critical in order to make the garden (a real world authentic experience) a success. Most importantly, the garden´s specifics would be selected by students and would provide opportunities for reflection and revision as the growing season continues.
||HMS||Monday's 8-10:00 June 28th-Aug 23rd May continue after school Sept 2-13th for 1 hour NO class JULY 5th||15|
|4-5||Fun and Games w/ Mr. Turner||This enrichment will include outdoor activities such as ultimate frisbee, soccer, capture the flag, 4 Square and general use of the playground as well as other activities based on student interest (if the kids come up with an idea I am happy to run it for them). Students should bring plenty of water, snacks and sunscreen.
||HMS||June 29th - July 29th T & W 8:00-11:00||15|
|4-5||Fun with STEM w/ Ms Bennett||Week 1: Build a wind car, Week 2 Catapult Distance Challenge. Week 3 Bridge Building Challenge. Week 4 Stop Motion Animation. Wee 5 Rube Goldberg||HMS||June 29th - July 29th T & W 8:00-11:00|
8 students per day