St. Paul’s Day School is proud to introduce its first-ever summer camp which will launch in June 2015.  Open to all children ages 3-6, the camp will be divided into one-week sessions, each with a special theme and field trip.  In the school’s new, air-conditioned space, children will enjoy arts and crafts, center play, yoga, music, Legos and more.  Outside will be sprinklers and fun in the school playground.

"We are so thrilled to bring the children of Westfield and the surrounding community a resource that incorporates all of the fun things summer camp has to offer with the skills and expertise of our top-notch staff,” said Rosemary Lombard, director of St. Paul’s Day School.  “We know our camp will be very popular among families this year and the years to come.”

Camp hours are 8:30 AM to 12 PM and the line-up is as follows:

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Week 1:  June 22-26—“Dinosaurs”

Campers will dig up dinosaurs and make fossils.

Week 2:  June 29-July 2 (no camp on July 3)—“Celebrations”

A week of celebrations ending with the 4th of July celebration.

Week 3:  July 6-10—“Animal Week”

Learn about different animals of the wild from all over the world.

Week 4:  July 13-17—“All About You!”

Learn about the five senses by making a texture book, tongue tasting and painting with your feet!

Week 5:  July 20-24—“Explore our Universe”

1,2,3 Blast Off!  Learn about the planets in a fun, hands-on way.

Each session is $240 (Week 2 is $198).  There is a minimum sign-up of any two weeks.  The discounted rate for signing up for all five weeks is $1,100. For more information or to register for the camp, please visit www.stpaulsday.org or call 908/233-5417.

About St. Paul’s Day School
St. Paul's Day School was founded as a service to the community of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in 1957 by the women of the parish. The school’s nursery and kindergarten programs serve children ranging in age from two through six years-of age. Children of all religious faiths are welcome and celebrated. The school is licensed by the state of New Jersey and is an active member of the National Association of Episcopal Schools. St. Paul’s Day School serves children from Union and Somerset counties, including the surrounding communities of Westfield, Fanwood, Scotch Plains, Cranford, Mountainside, Clark and Watchung.