Conference Week Camp
Lots of Fun!
Games with the guidance of our trained staff will help children to have fun while learning!
Camaraderie, friendship, and collaboration are part of why students are grouped by grade!
Nurture is at the heart of every interaction with your child, helping them to grow each day!
Students will enjoy having a trained counselor to guide them through the day’s fun and activities!
ALL OPUSD ELEMENTARY STUDENTS WELCOME!
Students from Brookside, Red Oak, and Oak Hills Elementary schools are all welcome to participate in Conference Week Camp! Students will meet our Growing Outdoors staff at the lunch tables on each of the school campuses. After a quick supervised lunch brought from home, students and staff from Red Oak and Oak Hills will ride our seat-belted school bus over to Brookside Elementary, where they will join students from Brookside. Students from all three schools will be grouped by grade and will have an opportunity to meet some new friends that also go to school in the district!
What is Conference Week Camp?
During the week of conferences, families expressed how hard it can be to have several short school days in a row. Growing Outdoors wanted to find a way to help to solve this problem. Created with the same principles as our After-school Enrichment program, Conference Week Camp is designed to give children an opportunity to develop their 21st century skills like critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and creativity.
How Is It Different?
Starting with the structure, Conference Week Camp is exactly that; a week long program where students are grouped by grade, with other students from within the district. Each group will be assigned a counselor, and together they will go from activity to activity together. Starting with some name games to help the students get to know each other, students will have a chance to build friendships, while having fun, with the guidance of our exceptionally trained staff members!
FAQs & Things You Need To Know
What kinds of activities will my child be doing?
What about lunch?
Will my child be grouped by their grade?
What happens if my child goes to Club Oak Park at their school?
At 3:00pm, after our program ends, Growing Outdoors staff will walk those children from Brookside Elementary enrolled in Club Oak Park to the appropriate location and release them to the care of their staff. Unfortunately, for students from Red Oak Elementary and Oak Hills Elementary, we won’t be able to bring those students back to Club Oak Park at those schools. These students will need to be picked up at 3:00pm from Brookside Elementary, where Conference Week Camp takes place.
What do I do if my child is absent?
Why does registration close before the first day of Conference Week Camp?
Does Conference Week Camp take place at my child's school?
I'm nervous about my child riding a bus. What's it going to be like?
What will the schedule look like?
How much does Conference Week Camp cost?
You can register for individual days or for all days at a discounted rate! Each day normally costs $35, but if you register for all four days, the cost is $130 (or $32.50 per day).
Are You Ready For Conference Week Camp?
The program runs from Tuesday, March 5 – Friday, March 8, and will take place from dismissal at 12:15pm until 3:00pm each day on the Brookside Elementary School campus. Students and Growing Outdoors staff from Red Oak Elementary and Oak Hills Elementary will be picked up by a school bus and ride over to Brookside for Conference Week Camp. You can register for individual days or for the whole week at a discounted rate! The cost is $35 per day or $130 for all four days. Registration must be completed and submitted online. Registration closed Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at Midnight.