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  CHOOSE FROM A VARIETY OF EXPERIENCES THAT WILL ENGAGE YOUR CHILD IN NATURE AND THE ARTS ON OUR BEAUTIFUL, PARTIALLY WOODED CAMPUS RIGHT NEAR PEN PARK.

Wildcrafts with Amy Guzzardi
Grades 1-5: Cook over campfires, explore local hiking trails, and try your hand at natural dyeing in this week-long summer program of outdoor themed activities. From athletics to art, Wildcraft campers will enjoy diverse projects that encourage curiosity, creative thought, and team work in an encouraging and joyful environment. p> 

 

 

9 week program:
Pick just one or any of the weeks that fit your summer needs.
 
WEEKS IN SESSION
COST IS $250/WK
[$200 for Wk of 6/30]
Availability
 
PROGRAM
GRADE RANGE
 
June 8 - 12 Wildcrafts 1st - 5th Available
June 15 - 19 Wildcrafts 1st - 5th Available
June 22 - 26 Wildcrafts 1st - 5th Available
June 29 - July 3 Wildcrafts 1st - 5th Available
July 6 - 10 Wildcrafts 1st - 5th Available
July 13 - 17 Wildcrafts 1st - 5th Available
July 20 - 27 Wildcrafts 1st - 5th Available
July 27 - 31 Wildcrafts 1st - 5th Available
August 3 - 7 Wildcrafts 1st - 5th Available
 

 

SUMMER OPENINGS GO QUICKLY, SO WE ADVISE YOU TO ENROLL EARLY.



 

 

A $50 deposit for each session must be included with the application.
Full payment for all sessions must be made by June 1, 2015.

Each session is dependent on a minimum enrollment of students. If enrollment has not been met 14 days prior to the session, parents will be notified of cancellation and receive a full refund.

For more information, contact Elizabeth Hale at 434-973-4946 x102 or enrollment@cwaldorf.org  

 

 SAMPLE DAILY RHYTHM
 8:00 - 8:30    Arrival
 8:30 - 10:30    Morning Lesson
 10:30 - 11:00    Snack & Recess
 11:00 - 12:00    Nature Walk
 12:00 - 12:30    Lunch
 12:30 - 1:30    Free Time
 1:30 - 3:00    Afternoon Lesson
 3:00    Dismissal
 
 

Amy Guzzardi is the grade school aftercare teacher at the Charlottesville Waldorf School. Amy graduated in 2001 from James Madison University, where she majored in English Literature and minored in Women's Studies. Before moving to Charlottesville, Amy spent her summers as a camp counselor and program director for the Eagles Nest Foundation in Brevard, North Carolina.