A GUIDE TO MUSKOGEE'S SUMMER PROGRAMS - INCLUDES PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH UNDER AGE 18 - CITY OF MUSKOGEE FOUNDATION

 
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A GUIDE TO MUSKOGEE'S SUMMER PROGRAMS - INCLUDES PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH UNDER AGE 18 - CITY OF MUSKOGEE FOUNDATION
2018 Summer
3         Community Treasures- provides a safe environment for children during the afternoon hours and serves as an
opportunity for kids to learn valuable life skills. Each week the camp will have a different theme to help students learn about
their community and the importance of being a good citizen.           918-683-4600 www.nbn-nrc.org
4         Summer Learning Program- The summer learning program provides role models, mentors and certified teachers to
children during the summer months to provide activities designed to increase self-esteem, improve learning, provide structured
activity, and give a sense of accomplishment. Mentorship and community involvement are stressed to program staff and
participants.               918-683-4600 www.nbn-nrc.org
5         Summer Youth Theater Camp- At Muskogee Little Theatre camp students will learn the complete process of a
theatrical production including the audition process, stage direction, vocals, choreography, set and costume construction,
make-up, stage management and crew, sound and lights, special effects, and cross-curricular activities. 918-683-5332
muskogeelittletheatre@gmail.com
6       Camp Roxy- Camp Roxy is a performing arts camp staffed by actors, musicians and teachers. Students will learn
about dancing, music, arts and crafts and acting. At the end of each week, the students will present a production to the
community on the last Friday. 918-684-6366 averyfrix@gmail.com
7       Rougher Summer Pride- Rougher Summer Pride offers academic, physical and character-building activities for
students in grades 3-12, giving them support and supervision during the summer. The program gives students a safe and caring
environment in which to continue academic learning and physical wellness activities, minimizing the loss of learning.
rhonda.warlick@roughers.net         918-684-3722
8       Project Transformation- Project Transformation is an 8-week summer literacy camp open to Muskogee children
entering grades 1-5. Campers must be eligible for free/reduced lunch and need help with reading. 918-360-0803 imthema@
hotmail.com
9       Learn, Create, Share @ MPL- Muskogee Public Library offers a variety of free hands on learning classes to youth
in grades 1-12. Courses include maker camp, video game coding, digital video and digital photography. 918-682-6657
jgonzales@eodls.com
10      Youth Volunteer Corps Summer of Service- Youth Volunteer Corps provides opportunities for youth in grades
7-12. The youth select projects they are interested in participating in that serve community needs. 918-686-3738
evankirk@muskogeeparks.com
11      Smart School- Provides an accelerated, educational experience designed to enrich students academically and to
develop character in the lives of young people. Smart school incorporates reading, math, dance and character formation into
the learning environment to provide each child memorable, fun experience. 918-682-9000 jason@m1a.us
12       Kamp Kidville- Our purpose is to provide a safe, grace filled environment where children can learn and develop
their identity in Christ Jesus. 918-682-2301 ksmith@fbcmuskogee.org
13       Whistle While You Work- Youth who are interested in expanding their artistic skills as painters and visual artists are
encouraged to sign up for this camp. louisecbishop@gmail.com
14       Artist Camp- Join Muskogee youth as they explore different mediums of visual arts in a classroom setting. There are
four different classes going on each day throughout the month of June. Classes offered include Rock it, clay, pallet knife, fur
babies on tile, rainbow zoo, mixed media, hanging around and pointillism/cat’s meow. 918-683-4200
15       Butterfly Camp- Children will learn in this camp all about butterflies focusing on their environment and the
ecosystem in Honor Heights Park. 918-684-6303 kcoburn@muskogeeparks.org
16       Band Pride-The focus of the camp is on teaching music fundamentals and preparing students to join the high school
band. Band Pride teaches all students to become responsible citizens and develop character and leadership skills. jhokmea@
gmail.com  918-683-2422
17      No Speed Limit- This program provides mentoring and character development through track and field curriculum
and involvement. 918-616-3440
                             www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
A GUIDE TO MUSKOGEE'S SUMMER PROGRAMS - INCLUDES PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH UNDER AGE 18 - CITY OF MUSKOGEE FOUNDATION
2018 Summer
                       Community Treasures Summer Camp
Community Treasures provides a safe environment for children during the afternoon hours and serves as an
opportunity for kids to learn valuable life skills. Each week the camp will have a different theme to help students
learn about their community and the importance of being a good citizen. Themes include arts, agriculture and
science, nutrition, history, community connections, sports and games, safety, and a final celebration week. Children
can participate in the entire 8-week program or select the weeks they prefer to participate.

     Cost               Meals Provided                      Ages                 Enrollment requirements
   $10/week           Lunch + afternoon snack             1-6 Grades                         None

*Transportation will be available from Rougher Summer Pride to Community Treasures but parents are still
responsible for picking their children up at the end of the program.

             Dates, Times & Location                               Additional Contact Information
June 4- July 27, 2018                                                     Neighbors Building Neighborhoods, Inc.
Monday-Friday; 12:30-5:30 pm                                                     Laura Hazen, Program Manager
                                                                                                  918-683-4600
Rougher Alternative Academy
                                                                                            Lhazen@nbn-nrc.org
600 Altamont St.

                          Available at www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
A GUIDE TO MUSKOGEE'S SUMMER PROGRAMS - INCLUDES PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH UNDER AGE 18 - CITY OF MUSKOGEE FOUNDATION
2018 Summer
                                  Summer Learning Program
The summer learning program provides role models, mentors and certified teachers to children during the summer
months to provide activities designed to increase self-esteem, improve learning, provide structured activity, and give
a sense of accomplishment. Mentorship and community involvement are stressed to program staff and participants.
This program has the benefit of structured learning in school subjects, exercise, and nutrition as well as providing an
outlet for fun and wholesome competition.

     Cost                Meals Provided                      Ages                  Enrollment requirements
      Free                Breakfast & Lunch                K-6 Grades                 Minor field trip money

             Dates, Times & Location                                Additional Contact Information
May 29- July 26, 2018                                                       Neighbors Building Neighborhoods, Inc.
Monday-Thursday; 9:00 am-2:00 pm                                                   Laura Hazen, Program Manager
Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center,                                                            918-683-4600
                                                                                              Lhazen@nbn-nrc.org
300 W. MLK St.

                           Available at www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
A GUIDE TO MUSKOGEE'S SUMMER PROGRAMS - INCLUDES PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH UNDER AGE 18 - CITY OF MUSKOGEE FOUNDATION
2018 Summer
                             Summer Youth Theatre Camp
At Muskogee Little Theatre camp students will learn the complete process of a theatrical production including the
audition process, stage direction, vocals, choreography, set and costume construction, make-up, stage management
and crew, sound and lights, special effects, and cross-curricular activities. Only enrolled campers will be cast.

     Cost               Meals Provided                     Ages                 Enrollment requirements
 $300/4 weeks               Daily snacks                 6-14 years        Enrollment is open on May 5, 10 am at
       or                                                                         Muskogee Little Theater
  $12.50/day
  Scholarships
    available

            Dates, Times & Location                               Additional Contact Information
May 29-June 24, 2018                                                                          Coni Wetz, Director
Monday-Friday; 1-5 pm                                                                               918-683-5332
Muskogee Little Theater                                                         muskogeelittletheatre@gmail.com
311 S. 3rd St., Muskogee

                          Available at www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
A GUIDE TO MUSKOGEE'S SUMMER PROGRAMS - INCLUDES PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH UNDER AGE 18 - CITY OF MUSKOGEE FOUNDATION
2018 Summer
                                               Camp Roxy
Camp Roxy is a performing arts camp staffed by actors, musicians and teachers. Students will learn about dancing,
music, arts and crafts and acting. At the end of each week, the students will present a production to the community
on the last Friday.

    Cost                Meals Provided                     Ages                  Enrollment requirements
      $70                   Light snack                 6-12 years old           Early registration encouraged
                                                        13 years old +

            Dates, Times & Location                               Additional Contact Information
July 9-13 & July 16-20, 2018                                                                        Roxy Theater
Monday-Friday; 9 am-12 pm (13 yrs. +)                                                  Avery Frix, Camp Manager
Monday-Friday; 12-5 pm (6-12 yrs.)                                                                  918-684-6366
                                                                                            averyfrix@gmail.com
Roxy Theater, 220 W. Okmulgee

                          Available at www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
A GUIDE TO MUSKOGEE'S SUMMER PROGRAMS - INCLUDES PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH UNDER AGE 18 - CITY OF MUSKOGEE FOUNDATION
2018 Summer
                                    Rougher Summer Pride
Rougher Summer Pride offers academic, physical and character-building activities for students in grades 3-12, giving
them support and supervision during the summer. The program gives students a safe and caring environment in
which to continue academic learning and physical wellness activities, minimizing the loss of learning.

    Cost                Meals Provided                     Ages                  Enrollment requirements
      Free                     Lunch                     Grades 3-12                     Application

*Transportation will be available from Rougher Summer Pride to Community Treasures but parents are still
responsible for picking their children up at the end of the program.

             Dates, Times & Location                              Additional Contact Information
June 4-July 19, 2018                                                                  Muskogee Public Schools
Monday-Thursday; 7 am-12 pm (9-12 gr.); 8 am-                                Rhonda Warlick, Enrollment Director
12 pm (7-8 gr.); 9 am-12 pm (K-6 gr.)                                              rhonda.warlick@roughers.net
                                                                                                   918-684-3722
Muskogee High School
3200 Shawnee Rd.

                          Available at www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
A GUIDE TO MUSKOGEE'S SUMMER PROGRAMS - INCLUDES PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH UNDER AGE 18 - CITY OF MUSKOGEE FOUNDATION
2018 Summer
                                   Project Transformation
Project Transformation is an 8-week summer literacy camp open to Muskogee children entering grades 1-5. Campers
must be eligible for free/reduced lunch and need help with reading. Mornings start with breakfast followed by
opening warmup session with values lessons. Starting around 10 am campers rotate through 30 minutes sessions in
reading, art, recreation and S.T.E.M. At noon, free lunch is provided by MPS School Nutrtition Center. Afternoon
activities include library visits, field trips, park activities, guest speakers and special enrichment and cultural
activities. Two parent nights are scheduled to encourage parent participation, showcase camper activities.
    Cost                Meals Provided                     Ages                 Enrollment requirements
       $5            Breakfast, Lunch & snack       Entering Grades 1-5      Must be eligible for free & reduced
                                                                            lunch AND need help with reading.
                                                                              Regular attendance is required.

            Dates, Times & Location                               Additional Contact Information
June 4-July 26, 2018                                                               Lora Reavis, Site Coordinator
Monday-Thursday; 9 am-3 pm                                                     Johni Wardwell, Program Director
                                                                                                  918-360-0803
St. Paul United Methodist Church
                                                                                         imthema@hotmail.com
2130 W Okmulgee Ave.

                          Available at www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
A GUIDE TO MUSKOGEE'S SUMMER PROGRAMS - INCLUDES PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH UNDER AGE 18 - CITY OF MUSKOGEE FOUNDATION
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         Learn - Create - Share @ Muskogee Public Library
Muskogee Public Library offers a variety of free hands on learning classes to youth in grades 1-12. The Maker
camp lets youth create projects using 3D printing, coding and die-cutting. Daily challenges include making music,
engineering towers, games and more. Video Game Coding lets youth create their own video game using simple and
easy coding software with daily discussions of plaing video games. Digital Photography teaches youth to explore
taking photos using digital photography through daily themes. Digital Video camp lets youth write, film, and edit
their own short digital videos with other youth.
    Cost                Meals Provided                     Ages                Enrollment requirements
      Free                     None                     Grades 1-12                     Application

             Dates, Times & Location                              Additional Contact Information
Maker Camp: May 29-June 1; 10 am-1 pm (6-8 gr.)                                                   Jason Gonzales
Video Game Coding: June 4-15; 10 am-12:30 pm (5-6 gr.)                                             918-682-6657
Video Game Coding: June 4-15; 2 pm-4:30 pm (7-8 gr.)                                        jgonzales@eodls.com
Digital Photography: June 18-28; 10 am-12 pm (1-5 gr.)
Digital Photography: July 23-August 2; 10 am-12 pm (6-12 gr.)
Digital Video: July 9-20; 10 am-12:30 pm (5-6 gr.)
Digital Video: July 9-20; 2-4:30 pm (7-8 gr.)
Muskogee Public Library,
801 W Okmulgee Ave.

                          Available at www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
A GUIDE TO MUSKOGEE'S SUMMER PROGRAMS - INCLUDES PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH UNDER AGE 18 - CITY OF MUSKOGEE FOUNDATION
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                  Youth Volunteer Corps- Summer of Service
Youth Volunteer Corps provides opportunities for youth in grades 7-12. The youth select projects they are interested
in participating in that serve community needs such as literacy, working with special needs populations, animal
welfare, community gardening, hunger awareness etc. Projects vary in length- morning, afternoon, full day, one time
or multiple days. There is something for everyone!

     Cost               Meals Provided                      Ages                 Enrollment requirements
      $10                      Varies                    Grades 7-12             Application and orientation.
 ($8 additional                                                                     Must have a desire to
  for T-shirts)                                                                    serve the community.

             Dates, Times & Location                               Additional Contact Information
June 30-July 26, 2018                                                            Eileen VanKirk, Program Director
Monday-Thursday; 8 am-3:30 pm                                                                       918-686-3738
                                                                                    evankirk@muskogeeparks.com
Muskogee Teen Center
322 Callahan St.

                          Available at www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
2018 Summer
                                            Smart School
The mission of M1A Smart School is to provide an accelerated, educational experience designed to enrich students
academically and to develop character in the lives of young people. Smart school incorporates reading, math, dance
and character formation into the learning environment to provide each child memorable, fun experience. Smart
School has trained and qualified staff of current and former educators, community leaders and loving volunteers who
are committed to helping students achieve success.

     Cost               Meals Provided                     Ages                 Enrollment requirements
      $10               Breakfast & Lunch                Grades 1-5

            Dates, Times & Location                               Additional Contact Information
May 29-July 20, 2018                                                                         Rev. Jason Fullerton
Monday-Friday; 8 am-12 pm                                                                           918-682-9000
First Assembly Church                                                                              jason@m1a.us
3100 S. Gulick St.

                          Available at www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
2018 Summer
                                               Kamp Kidville
Our purpose is to provide a safe, grace filled environment where children can learn and develop their identity in
Christ Jesus. We offer before care starting at 7:30 am and aftercare until 5:30 pm for working parents who are
unable to meet the below time frames.

     Cost               Meals Provided                      Ages                  Enrollment requirements
   $90/week                    Snacks                     Grades K-5          Online registration ($130) and verifi-
                                                                              cation of grade completion by school
                                                                              official. Cost covers all expenses, field
                                                                                          trips, snacks etc.

             Dates, Times & Location                               Additional Contact Information
June 4-July 7, 2018                                                                  Karen Smith, Program Director
Monday-Friday; 9 am-4 pm (Core Curriculum)                                                           918-682-2301
                                                                                         ksmith@fbcmuskogee.org
First Baptist Church
111 S 7th St., Muskogee

                          Available at www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
2018 Summer
                                   Whistle While You Work
Youth who are interested in expanding their artistic skills as painters and visual artists are encouraged to sign up for
this camp. Please check out the Whistle While You Work Facebook page for more information.

     Cost                Meals Provided                       Ages                  Enrollment requirements
    $95/week                    Snacks                       Grades 1-6                       Application

             Dates, Times & Location                                 Additional Contact Information
June - July 2018                                                                                     Louise Bishop
Monday-Friday; 9 am-12 pm & 1-3 pm                                                       Louisecbishop@gmail.com
                                                                                  Facebook: Whistle While You Work
Lola’s Living
212 S. Main St.

                           Available at www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
2018 Summer
                                               Artist Camp
Join Muskogee youth as they explore different mediums of visual arts in a classroom setting. There are four different
classes going on each day throughout the month of June. Classes offered include Rock it, clay, pallet knife, fur
babies on tile, rainbow zoo, mixed media, hanging around and pointillism/cat’s meow. Please contact Gwyn for an
application to enroll.

     Cost               Meals Provided                      Ages                  Enrollment requirements
   $50/week                     None                       Grades 1-6                      Application

             Dates, Times & Location                               Additional Contact Information
June 1-30, 2018                                                                                       Gwyn LaCrone
Monday-Friday; 9-11 am & 1-3 pm                                                                        918-683-4200
Muskogee Art Guild
211 W. Broadway

                          Available at www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
2018 Summer
                                            Butterfly Camp
At Muskogee Parks and Recreation the Papilion at Honor Heights Park is offering a day camp focusing on
butterflies. Children will learn in this camp all about butterflies focusing on their environment and the ecosystem in
Honor Heights Park.

     Cost                Meals Provided                      Ages                 Enrollment requirements
    $25/day                     Lunch                     Elementary              Must complete an application.
                                                      Secondary +/- Upper
  Scholarships                                            elementary
    available

              Dates, Times & Location                               Additional Contact Information
June 12 & 14, 2018; 9 am- 2pm (elementary; early                              Katherine Coburn, Papilion Manager
drop off/check in at 8:30 am)                                                                       918-684-6303
                                                                                     kcoburn@muskogeeparks.org
June 18, 2018; 9 am-12:30 pm (gr. 6-12) Butterfly
                                                                 Application available at www.cityofmuskogee.org
Naturalist Xperience & Butterfly Ecology 101
Honor Heights Papilion
1400 Honor Heights Dr.

                           Available at www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
2018 Summer
                                                 Band Pride
Band Pride partners with Muskogee Public Schools to help preevent summer learning loss and teaches advanced
skills for middle school and freshmen students. The program also provides opportunities for high school students
to continue their musical instruction throughout the summer months. The focus of the camp is on teaching music
fundamentals and preparing students for both the middle school and high school band experience. Band Pride
teaches all students to become responsible citizens and develop character and leadership skills. Students learn the
basics of being on time, not giving up, staying consistent and being proactive.

     Cost                Meals Provided                     Ages                  Enrollment requirements
      Free                      None                      Grades 6-12       Must have an interest in band; students
                                                                              will be matched with appropriate
                                                                                         instrument.

             Dates, Times & Location                               Additional Contact Information
June 4-July 27, 2018                                                                Jerry Huffer, Program Director
Monday-Thursday; 8 am-12 pm                                                                  jhokmea@gmail.com
Tuesday & Thursday; 6-9 pm                                                                           918-683-2422
Muskogee High School
3200 E. Shawnee Rd.

                           Available at www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
2018 Summer
                                           No Speed Limit
This program provides mentoring and character development through track and field curriculum and involvement.
Their motto is, “The way we do anything is the way we do everything.” The program focuses on physcial fitness but
also integrates community service projects, tutoring, parent participation and mentoring. Through these other areas
the athlete develops leadership skills and work ethic.17

    Cost                Meals Provided                     Ages                  Enrollment requirements
      $175                     Snacks                     7-18 years               Pre-registration in March
                                                                                    Practice starts in April.

             Dates, Times & Location                              Additional Contact Information
March - July 31, 2018                                                                Ron Mayes, Program Director
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday; 5-7 pm                                                          918-616-3440
Meets: Saturday 5-7 pm
Alice Robertson Indian Bowl
402 N. S St.

                          Available at www.cityofmuskogeefoundation.org/summer-guide
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