Diamond Cove Summer Day Camp is offered to the children and grandchildren of Great Diamond Island homeowners and renters in Kindergarten thru 6th grade. It is a thematically based program that meets from 9:00am-12:00pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings. DCSDC runs for five weeks and starts the first Tuesday after the 4th of July. The director, an accredited teacher, and her assistant deliver an active program for children that encourages curiosity, imagination, and good old-fashioned fun.
Session 1: July 5, 6 & 7, 2016 Rock On!_____
Ever thought about what goes into writing a song? Come together to create melodies, words, rhythm, and harmonies from scratch. There will be plenty of rhythm instruments on hand to have fun with and maybe we can even come up with a camp theme song.
Session 2: July 12, 13 & 14 2016 ICA (Island of Contemporary Arts)_____
Campers will choose from a variety of art materials and natural objects to explore different ways to make art. A visitor will share her experience as an artist and show examples of her own island-inspired art.
Session 3: July 19, 20, & 21, 2016 No Small Parts, Only Small Actors_____
Find out how much fun improvisational theater can be in Session 3. Campers will engage in a variety of activities and games that will allow them to express their unique creativity in a comfortable, supportive setting.
Session 4: July 26, 27 & 28, 2016 Be a Science Girl or Guy, Let’s Ask What
Recognizing that children are naturally curious about the natural world, Session 4 will provide entertaining & educational activities that will nurture a sense of wonder and a love for science.
Get “Rio” excited for the 2016 Summer Olympics this week learning true Olympic values and discovering the history of the world’s biggest sporting event. The week builds up to our own Headfirst Olympic Games — from Opening Ceremony through the medal podium!
Introducing the 2016 Staff
Director: Terri Deletesky is an Art and Music teacher in a school right outside of Boston, Massachusetts. In her free time she plays with her band "The Spots". The band is made up of four teachers who donate the proceeds that they make at concerts to Terri's school's "Thrive Fund," as well as other organizations that help underserved children. Terri has been summering on Great Diamond Island since she was five weeks old. She has continuous curiosity about what this magical place can offer and cannot wait to share this with the campers this summer.
Assistant to the Director: Kate Burton is a Cheverus graduate who is currently finishing her sophomore year at the University of Maine in Orono where she is an elementary education major. She has had experience working with pre-school and elementary aged children as a classroom volunteer and has extensive babysitting experience on GDI. Kate and her family have summered on the island for 18 years. She is looking forward to summer and “can’t wait to start camp.”
Please contact Carolyn McGoldrick at email@example.com for more information and a registration form. Camp is $100.00 per session. Early registration is recommended.