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2016 Summer Science Camp Registration

Summer Science Camp
May 31st-June 3rd, June 6th-10th
For incoming 5th- 8th grade students
This summer’s science camps at CMS  will focus on Geology during week one and Anatomy/ Physiology during week two.  Students will attend camp from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. both weeks of camp.  The only exception will be a field trip to The Sanford Lab Homestake (Near Deadwood, SD), June 3rd (week one).  Students will return at approximately 5:00 p.m.  A mid morning snack will be provided each day.   Students who receive free lunch are able to attend free of charge.  Students who receive reduced price lunches may attend for $15 a week (or apply for a camp scholarship)  and students who do not qualify for free or reduced price lunches may attend each week for $30 (or apply for a camp scholarship).  Students may attend one or both camps if they choose.  The first 40 applicants will be accepted.  Camps fill quickly, so please be prompt in returning registration and payment to the office at CMS or CIS.  You will be notified if your child has been rostered.
(See table on back for pricing chart)
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____Week one -Geology
          ( a field trip to The Sanford Lab Homestake (Near Deadwood, SD),         June 3rd (week one.)
____Week two- Anatomy/ Physiology

____ Both weeks of camp- Geology AND Anatomy/ Physiology

Student name:____________________________________  
Incoming Grade:______

Parent name:_____________________________________  
Phone # ________________________________________

Emergency contact:_________________________________
Phone #________________________________________

Allergies or additional information staff needs to be aware of:___________________________________________________________________________________________
How will your child leave camp each day?
My child will walk or bike ______   
My child will be picked up by:
______________________________________________

Amount Enclosed:___________________________________   Date:________________
     
Summer Science Camp Prices
(please make checks payable to Chadron Public Schools)  


Free lunch
Reduced Lunch
Full price lunch
Week 1
$ 0
$15
$ 30
Week 2
$ 0
$ 15
$30
Weeks 1&2
$ 0
$ 30
$ 60

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE!!!!!

Thank you for enrolling your child in Summer Science Camp at CMS.  you will receive a phone call when your child has been registered for camp.  Only the first 40 applicants will be enrolled.  As a courtesy to others, please be sure that your child will be attending a minimum four of every five days of camp.
                     Registration deadline is May 15th, 2016

Kaci Swinney- Science Camp Coordinator              
                            (308) 430-3701
                             cmsasp@chadronschools.net

Jordan May, Maryah Harding and Regan Garey-Science Camp Team

Chadron Public Schools After School Programs
Lorna Eliason-308.432.0508

     lorna.eliason@chadronschools.net

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