Monday, August 26 - Friday, August 30, 2019
The OWLS* End-of-Summer (EOS) Camp program offers activities for students in grades 1-6. Campers will be divided into smaller groups by age. We welcome all Waynflete students to our Owls End-of-Summer Camp program to kick off the new school year!
*Students in Grade 1 should register for the Owls EOS program, although Grade 1 students will be part of the Sandpipers Afterschool program during the school year (starting September 3).
*Students in Grade 6 should register for the Owls EOS program, although Grade 6 students will be part of the Hive Afterschool program during the school year.
*Sandpipers End-of-Summer Camp (EC -K) is available for Waynflete faculty and staff families. Details at registration.
Learn more and register online at waynflete.org/enrichment.
- $385, 8:00 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
- $450, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Location: End of Summer Camp for Owls starts each day at the Waynflete campus.
- At the tetherball court or the Innovation Lab (in wet weather)
At 9:00 a.m., Owls will ride the bus to Fore River Fields or head out on a field trip (families will be notified of details). Owls activities at the Fore River Fields include water games, art and building projects, team challenges, and field games. Owls will return to campus on the bus by 3:00 p.m.
Program Director, Susan Wiemer, has exciting plans to celebrate the last week of summer with the Owls!
- At the tetherball court (or from the Innovation Lab in wet weather).
Please be sure to check out your camper(s) with the EOS Camp Director.
RAIN pickup: In the event that there is a rain storm at dismissal, please park your car on a surrounding street and walk directly to the Lower School Lobby to check out your camper from the EOS Camp Director.
*The EOS Camp Director will only release campers to parents or people listed on the Authorized Dismissal list (completed during online registration). If you need to add someone to the Authorized Dismissal list for your child, please email email@example.com. All requests must be in writing.
- Sneakers or closed-toe shoes
- Water bottle
- Lunch and snacks
- Change of clothes
- Raincoat, if wet weather
- Book for quiet reading time
Allergy Aware Camp
We ask that all parents be mindful of the food items packed for lunch. Be sure to check ingredients. We encourage that daily snacks NOT contain peanuts, tree nuts (almonds, pecans, walnuts, cashews, pistachios, etc.) or their oils, as well as products labeled “may contain nuts” or “produced in a facility that processes nuts.”
- Students are asked to wash hands before and after consuming food
- Students are not allowed to share or swap food
Questions? Contact the Enrichment Office firstname.lastname@example.org or call (207).774.7863, ext. 1355.