Rising kindergarten and first grade Tigers can enroll in Cub Club for a summer full of engaging activities, imaginative play, creative thinking, and much more.
By Sierra Smith, Communications Specialist
Cub Club is an all-day camp designed for rising kindergartners and rising first graders. Campers spend each day exploring a weekly theme, do art activities, engage in outdoor water fun, and enjoy inside and outside play under the direction of PE Teacher Katie Roth ’15 and Molly Roth ’18.
Enrollment is $400 per week with themes for each week listed below. Registration is open now.
Monday, June 6–Friday, June 10: The Land Down Under — join us as we learn about Australia, its culture, its animals, and its environment.
Monday, June 13–Friday, June 17: Under the Big Top — join us as we learn about the circus, its animals, acrobatics, and the story of the circus.
Monday, June 20–Friday, June 24: Magic and Wonder — join us as we learn about fairytales, their origins, their magic, and how they differ.
Monday, June 27–Friday, July 1: Ahoy Matey! — join us as we learn about pirates and the oceans, their stories, their tools, and their history.
Cub Club campers will need to bring the following:
Water wings (optional)
One morning snack
One afternoon snack
Rest mat/towel/blanket for quiet time
Sunscreen and bug spray (optional)
An extra change of clothes
Cub Club runs from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. During registration, you will see the option for cafeteria lunch; SAGE Dining Services will be able to provide quality lunch options for families each week that meet each child's dietary requirements. You will see an option for aftercare following our afternoon and all-day camps; this will run from 4 to 5 p.m. All USN Summer Camps are open to the general public. View the full listing of summer camps for rising K-12 students here.
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