2021 SMCPS Summer Activities
Summer Camp Sign-Ups are now closed. Registration closed June 13.
Scholarships are available for eligible students receiving free and reduced meals.
Camp Fees are $175/week. Details for each camp are provided below.
Registration is not finalized until fees are paid and the medical release form is submitted. All forms and payment must be submitted no later than two weeks prior to the start of camp.
|Title||Summer Arts Academy|
|Dates||June 28 - July 1|
|Time||9:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|Location||Leonardtown High School|
|Grades||Rising 4th - 9th graders|
At the Summer Arts Academy, students will have the opportunity to explore multiple topics in the arts through engagement in the creative process. Students will select one of band, chorus, orchestra, theatre, or visual arts as a major area to study. Students will also select two other minor areas to participate in during the academy experience. Minor topics could include bucket drumming, duct tape art, piano, t-shirt design, ukulele performance, and glee club.
NOTE: Summer Theatre Arts (MS) is full
|Dates||July 12-15, July 19-22|
|Time||9:00 am - 3:00 pm|
|Location||Leonardtown Middle School
24015 Point Lookout Road, Leonardtown, MD 20650
|Grades||Rising 2nd-8th graders|
|Description||The summer TechVentures Camps will present a variety of courses in the STEM fields, offering opportunities for students entering grades 2 through 8. Over 4 days, students will explore concepts such as Engineering, Rocketry, Aeronautics, Coding, Robotics, Space Science and Space Citizenship, with small group breakout sessions specializing in group problem-solving and team dynamics. Camp sessions will be held for four days, Monday through Thursday.|
|Dates||July 12 - 15, July 19 - 22, July 26 - 29|
|Time||8:00 am - 3:00 pm|
|Location||Elms Environmental Education Center, St. James Church Road (NOT Elms Beach Park)|
|Grades||Rising 3rd-7th graders|
|Description||Environmental Education focused outdoor nature camp for children entering grades 3 through 7. Students will explore, play and create in a variety of natural settings ranging from the Chesapeake Bay to marshes, ponds, forests and fields. Possible activities will include seine fishing in the Chesapeake, birdwatching, capturing insects, turtles, amphibians, games, nature journaling, and nature arts and crafts.|