School's Out Summer Camp 2021

Do you have a plan for your children this summer? At Eagle Pointe we understand the importance of keeping children engaged and active. That’s why we offer a wide range of activities as part of our Summer Camp Program. From science to crafts, friendly competitions and games, our staff members work hard so that your children can come home with experiences, stories to share and memories that last. We will work together to raise thoughtful and creative children.


This year our theme “Eagle Pointe Boot Camp” will have our campers discussing and experiencing themes where “boots” are necessary. We will touch on a wide range of topics from weather to cowboy, military to construction. Each week will offer engaging and exciting opportunities to learn and participate in the topic.


Your children will continue to grow with friends they know while making new friends to share their summer adventures with. School’s Out Camp will run June 1st to July 30th. Registration is now open and based on a first-come, first-served basis. The Registration Form, a $25.00 registration fee and a completed Credit Card Form are required to reserve your child’s space.


RATES (PER WEEK):

5 days -  $175

4 days -  $155

3 days -  $135

2 days -  $110

1 day -     $55


Contact us at 770.421.1643 or email the preschool at preschool@eaglepointe.org to register your child.

Week 1: SUMMER FUN

JUNE 1-4


This week will be engaged in activities that children experience during the summer.  We will play outdoor and indoor games, have popsicles and have outdoor water day activities.

WEEK 2: COWBOY BOOTS

JUNE 7-11


Our topic this week will be the Wild West.  We will learn about life on the range, animals that have adapted to this region, eat “grub” like it was served on a “cattle drive,” and learn about famous cowboys.

WEEK 3: RAIN BOOTS

JUNE 14-18


All about the rainforest will be the topic this week.  Where is the rainforest, how many are there and does it really rain all the time?  What animals and plants live in the rainforest? Do people live there? These are some of the topics we will cover this week.

WEEK 4: 

CONSTRUCTION BOOTS

JUNE 21-25


STEM building will be our emphasis this week.  We will discuss different types of construction, construction jobs, engineering, reading floorplans and what tools and equipment are used.  This week we’ll also build a take home project.

WEEK 5: HIKING BOOTS

JUNE 28 - JULY 2


Let’s go camping. We will pitch some tents (both inside and outside) to experience what camping is like.  We will talk about animals we might see while camping during the day and those that come out at night.  We will eat s`mores, go on a scavenger hunt and eat a picnic at our campsite.  We will talk about different mountain ranges, state parks and our own Red Top Mountain.

WEEK 6: MILITARY BOOTS

JULY 6-9


Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines.  We will honor our vets and those currently serving by talking about the different branches of the military and learning what each branch does to protect and serve our country.  We will bring in members of the military to talk about their job, their sense of duty, why they chose to serve and the specific branch they represent.  This week we’ll send thank you cards to military, local PD and law enforcement personnel.

WEEK 7: SNOW BOOTS

JULY 12-16


Who needs snow boots?  We will learn about

places like Alaska and Antarctica.  What animals

inhabit these areas?  How cold does it get and for

how long?  What animals can live in these temperatures and how do they survive?  What is life like in the cold?

WEEK 8: SPORTS BOOTS

JULY 19-23


Are there sports that require boots?  Are skates a type of boot? We will look at different sports that require athletes wear boots: Motor Cross, football, rugby, ice skating, roller skating.  We will also have the children bring their bikes to camp so that we can ride them around Eagle Pointe’s parking lot. 

WEEK 9: WORK BOOTS

JULY 26-30


Heigh-ho, heigh-ho…off to work we go.  We will talk about jobs and careers that require boots such as farming, disaster recovery, fishing, mechanics, etc.  We will also talk about career opportunities and what we think we want to be when we grow up.