S.H.A.K.E. up the summer at CEE and hone your Skills, Heart, Attitude, Knowledge and Excellence. Camp S.H.A.K.E. is a fun and balanced sports-focused program that combines both the physical and mental skills necessary to prepare athletes for performance and competition, in a safe and supportive learning environment. Improve your skills and play games while working with outstanding, nurturing coaches. June 15-19, June 22-26, August 3-7, August 10-14 1st-8th Grade 9:00am-3:15pm
Keep it active and fun with sports and games this week! Let's play baseball, basketball, dodge ball, flag football, ground polo, handball, soccer, street hockey and much more! Explore fun games such as capture the flag, color wars, breath breaker, sharks and minnows, red light green light, hide and go seek, ga–ga ball, relay races, obstacle course, four square, mushroom ball, doctor-doctor, terminators and navigators, and stock market! Campers are grouped by age. Sports and games rotate throughout the day. July 13-17, July 20-24 1st-8th Grade 9:00am-3:15pm
Professionally trained gymnastics coach Danielle Baker brings her vision of spreading the many developmental benefits of gymnastics to Summer at The Center. Create confidence through cartwheels and so much more! Step by step instruction with positive encouragement and experienced coaching. This class is good for shy beginners as well as experienced students looking to take their cartwheels and handstands to the next level.
Learn to skateboard in a safe setting with the pros - coaches who are all trained by Lemar Betts for working with children in a fun and safe manner, with helmets, wrist and shin guards on and learn to skate! Teachers take it slow, giving support until you are ready to roll, eventually skating with ramps and other challenges. Bring your own skateboard, or borrow one from Skateside!
July 13-31 1st-6th Grade 1:00-3:00pm MWF or TTh
August 3-7 and/or August 10-14 1st-6th Grade 1:00-3:00pm M-F
Join Louise, CEE Physical Education Teacher, for Survivor P.E. this summer. Each day players will be challenged physically and mentally through agility games that build and test their skills as they seek to earn the most points. New and creative games allow the players to earn points as an individual player and as a team member. Points are earned in positive ways only in this version of Survivor where each day an individual and team Survivor will be awarded. Challenges and games will include Structure Challenges, Scavenger Hunts, Cat-O-Nine Tails, Snowball Tag, Team Structure, Obstacle Courses, Pirates Bounty, and more! Look forward to themes like Olympic challenges, dodgeball games, capture games, and creative seeker games. June 29-July 2 2nd-6th Grade 9:00am-12:15pm M-F
Tennis is a sport you can play for a lifetime! Join Kassirer Sports Tennis, created by Laura Kassirer, a 5-time Wimbledon player. Learn professional-quality strokes; play group games, improve point of contact and start to rally. We emphasize sportsmanship, teamwork, persistence, and having fun! We implement Billie Jean King’s Eye Coach in order to maximize each player’s ability. Equipment provided. June 22-July 15 1st-3rd Grade 1:00-3:00 pm
Ultimate Frisbee is a high-intensity sport that incorporates similar aspects of basketball, football, and soccer all molded into one. Ultimate is also self-officiated which focuses on conflict resolution promoting spirited players and upstanders in our school's community. The Southern California Youth Ultimate (SCYU) strives to foster local, national and international amateur sports competition through the organization of activities that promote the growth of the sport of ultimate in Southern California. Come on out so we can send those discs flying! June 29-July 2 1:00-3:00pm 4th-7th Grade
Have a blast working on Volleyball fundamentals, tactics and games with CEE PE teacher and volleyball coach, April Frank. Volleyball camp is a great opportunity to improve self-confidence, and skill foundation, and to receive individual attention and coaching support from an experienced coaching staff. Skills and Games, Skills and Games!
Refund Policy: Notification of withdrawals or changes must be made in writing to the Summer Program Director (firstname.lastname@example.org). For withdrawal prior to May 1, there will be a non-refundable $50 processing fee retained from your camp fee. For withdrawals between May 1 and June 1: for one-week classes; 50% of your fee will be retained and for three-week classes; $500 will be retained. No refunds will be granted after June 1, 2020.
The Center for Early Education, a socio-economically and culturally diverse independent school for children, toddlers through grade six, strives to graduate students who are joyful, resilient, life-long learners. The Center embraces a philosophy of education that combines a nurturing, inclusive learning environment with an increasingly challenging academic program that addresses the developmental needs of each child.