Continue to check our website frequently for additional programs to be posted. Children attending CCE/JWR programs must be fully toilet trained, able to self-feed, participate independently, and behave in such a way that they do not pose a harm to self or others.
REFUNDS & CANCELLATIONS
- There is a 10% processing fee (up to $20 max per purchase) for refunds or cancellations if the office is notified one week prior to the start of camp. After this time no refunds will be issued.
- Our office will issue refunds only – no changes. If you need to make a change, a refund will be given (minus the processing fee) and you must purchase the new camp.
- There are NO REFUNDS for Chefs in Training or Sew Fun classes.
If classes fill-up, email us or call our office to be put on a wait list (360) 833-5544.
Cluck, Meow, ACTION!
For Lacamas Lake Elementary students in grades 4 & 5
Kitten & Clucky, a beloved children's podcast is coming to life! Podcast creator, Amy Daniels and fellow podcast voice actor, Christine Rozum have teamed up to put on an 8-week intro to theatre course this fall! There will be nine speaking roles, moving set characters, sound, lights and more!
This class is limited to 20, 4th and 5th grade students. Amy and Christine will focus on all the elements it takes to put on a show. There are no small parts in this collaborative production even if your part is not a speaking role. Students must be willing to concentrate, work together as a team, and study their lines at home so they are prepared for the next day of practice. Students will learn theatre terms like, blocking and stage direction. Near the end of the class we will have a school performance and evening performance for friends and family.
Never listened to Kitten & Clucky? Check out www.kittenandclucky.com or search Kitten & Clucky on Apple Podcast, Google or Spotify and listen to what you could soon be acting out!
Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 14-November 7 (1113-23)
Lacamas Lake Elementary / 2:30-3:30 p.m.
Directors: Amy Daniels & Christine Rozum
Creative & Confident: music, visual arts & dance
Creative & Confident classes use music, visual art and a variety of expressive arts activities to foster self-confidence and support well-being. Through the power of creativity and the arts, students learn about their unique strengths and abilities. Using expressive art activities students will have the opportunity to create art, listen to music, dance, play games, cultivate friendships and have great discussions.
With a focus on wellness, we choose a theme each week that is designed to support our students to be happy, healthy and confident. Sample themes may include, but not limited to: self-esteem, courage, kindness, facing challenges, managing anxiety, relaxation, happiness, and goal setting.
Wednesdays, October 04-November 08 (Code: 1117-23)
Woodburn Elementary School / 12:10-1:40 p.m.
Instructors: Sarah Lightfoot
Space is limited. Register now!