This year Dall'Inizio DaySchool will be offereing summer camp experiences for pre-school age children and school-age children. Our camp is a science based camp that will introduce children to different concentrations in science and expose the fact that we are surrounded by science everywhere in our daily lives. There will be loads of hands on experience to help foster a love of science in our campers! Check out our flyers and week descriptions available for download below. Camp will begin on June 15th with the last day of camp being on August 14th.
We have 9 weeks of adventures lined up for our campers! We will learn about Forestry, Geology, Earth Science, Insects, Animals, Garden Adventures and so much more! We will be out and about every day exploring the gifts of nature by visiting our local parks and nearby State Parks! For our School-Age campers we will have bigger field trips like the Pittsburgh and the Carnegie Science Center, Knoebels Grove, Millbrook Marsh and many more! Weekly descriptions and field experience schedules can be found in the download section below.
Our camp hours are 8am-4pm with before and after care provided at no extra cost between the hours of 7am-5:30pm. School-Age campers will need to bring a packed lunch daily as we will be out in the field. Please note that some of the field experiences will require an additional fee.
Priority enrollment will be given to children who enroll for the whole summer or most of the summer camp weeks. Enrollment information and forms will be available soon for download below. ELRC, Penn State and Mount Nittany Health Care subsidies accepted!
For eligible families in need of tuition assistance, we accept subsidy from The Early Learning Resource Center (ELRC) as well as Penn State’s child care assistance, with no extra charges to families. Learn more about the ELRC subsidy at http://www.pakeys.org/elrcs/. Learn more about Penn State’s child care assistance at www.childcaresubsidy.psu.edu. We also accept Mount Nittany Health Care Subsidy for those employed by Mount Nittany Health Care.
While our summer camp is science based, we are also committed to encouraging our campers to be the change they want to see in the world! Our program strives to teach our campers how to be respectful, take responsibility, and to build self-esteem and self-confidence, not only in ourselves but in our fellow campers as well. We have an all-inclusive policy, in that no one plays alone, no one eats alone, etc. unless they wish to.
We love meeting new families, so feel free to visit during normal business hours. If you'd like to make an appointment give us a call!
1963 Cato Ave, State College, Pennsylvania 16801, United States
Registration will open on February 1st