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GateWay Community College | Washington Campus
108 N. 40th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85034
WEEK 1 | CAMP GECKO’S GOT TALENT | MAY 25-29
Campers will nd their inner superstar at Camp’s Gecko’s Got Talent week!
This week will give the campers a chance to showcase their own unique
talents and prepare themselves fo
r a fabulous camp-wide performance at
the end of the week.
WEEK 2 | AMAZING ANIMALS | JUNE 1-5
Have fun learning about dierent types of animals. Throughout the week
will explore animal habitats, the types of foods they eat, and learn how
we can help take care of them. We will take a eld trip to the Phoenix Zoo
where children will have the opportunity to see real animals and learn how
zoos help animals stay healthy and safe.
WEEK 3 | ALL ABOUT ARIZONA | JUNE 8-12
Arizona is full of history and places to explore. Throughout the week,
we will learn about the geology of Arizona and the rst people to make
Arizona their home. We will take a eld trip to the Heard Museum where
we will learn about plants and animals that are native to Arizona while also
exploring Native American culture and history.
WEEK 4 | MYSTERY WEEK | JUNE 15-19
Calling all amateur sleuths! This week we’ll put YOU in the detective’s
chair so you can develop your critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Children will participate in a live-action game of “Clue” across the whole
campus. Do you have what it takes to catch whodunit?
WEEK 5 | THE POWER OF STEAM | JUNE 22-26
Join us for a week of exploration, experiments, art projects and math games.
Throughout the week, children will enjoy activities that will teach them all about
Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. To enhance their experiences,
children will take a eld trip to the Arizona Science Center.
WEEK 6 | WHEN I GROW UP | JUNE 29-JULY 3
Community helpers are all around us. This week, children will have the
opportunity to learn about and meet community helpers that work all around
us. Through their experiences, children will have the opportunity to learn about
the dierent types of work that people do. Children will engage in pretend play
and creative activities to enhance their understanding of careers. This week we
will take a eld trip to the Hall of Flame Fire Museum.
WEEK 7 | GO GREEN | JULY 6-10
Planet Earth is the most valuable resource to children. Throughout the week,
children will learn what it means to be a good steward of their community.
Children will have the opportunity to create projects with recycled materials,
learn about zero waste, help build an earthworm-composting garden and
participate in a community service project. This week we will take a eld trip
to the Rio Salado Audubon or the Botanical Gardens.
WEEK 8 | COMMUNITY SERVICE | JULY 13-17
Community, equity and equality are current conversations happening around
our country. It is important for children to learn how they t in to their
community and how they can support, serve and provide a positive impact.
Throughout the week, children will learn about dierent types of community
service. They will have the opportunity to collect information about services
they care about, learn how other children created their own community
service initiatives and nd ways to participate in those projects. During the
week, children will go on a eld trip to Feed My Starving Children where
they will learn about children around the world who are suering from food
poverty. During the experience, children will pack food for starving children
from another country.
WEEK 9 | KIDS BAKING CHALLENGE | JULY 20-24
This week will be an awesome week of baking exploration. Throughout the
week children will learn all about the kitchen and how to bake. At the beginning
of the week, children will learn about kitchen and food safety. After children
learn how to be safe, they will have the opportunity to learn about baking
techniques, cupcake decorating and food presentation. At the end of the week,
children will engage in their very own, cupcake baking challenge. Each team
will bake and decorate a group of cupcakes that will then be judged by our very
own special guest judges. During the week, we will take a eld trip to tour a local
bakery and learn some baking skills from a professional.
WEEK 10 | SUMMER OLYMPICS | JULY 27-31
Get excited for the 2020 Summer Olympics this week! Phoenix is the
perfect place to engage in an assortment of athletic and sporting activities.
Throughout the week, children will have an opportunity to explore and
assortment of physical activities indoors and out. We will take a eld trip to
the swimming pool and to a local sporting event so that children can relate
their own sports ideas to real life events.
Please contact Leia Wilson at (602) 286-8135 or email@example.com
WHEN: Monday-Friday | 6:30 AM TO 6 PM
WHERE: Main Building | MA1100 N/S
PRICE: $175 per week (includes breakfast, lunch & snacks)
GateWay Community College now oers a dynamic summer camp
experience for children ages 6-12 years old. Your child will have the
opportunity to experience eight weeks of excitement through crafts, eld
trips and themed activities. Each week children will have the opportunity to
choose from a variety of activities that will help them create memories to
last a lifetime. Call (602) 286-8130 or email for cost and more information.
Breakfast, lunch, two snacks and all eld trips included in the cost.