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K-5 Programs

The Elementary School programs offer enrichment courses for students entering Kindergarten through grades 5. Students entering kindergarten may choose three- or two-week morning or all-day programs. Students in grades 1-5 may choose a morning class and afternoon camp to create a full day. Classes meet Monday through Friday.
 
For those who need more flexibility with their schedule, we offer one-week camps in June and August.

Elementary School programs and courses are held at our Norton Campus.

School is closed Wednesday, July 4 for the holiday.
 

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Morning Programs

List of 14 items.

  • Enrichment, grade 1

    Our theme is "The Magical World of the Fairy Tale.” 
     
    Our theme takes us deep into the rich and magical world of the fairy tale. We start by reading traditional tales like The Three Little Pigs, Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella, as well as some light-hearted modern versions of these classics like The Three Little Wolves and The Big Bad Pig, Sleeping Bobby and Cinder Edna. Students analyze and compare similarities and differences between these stories. They engage in fun projects related to our themes. 
     
    Through writer’s workshop, dramatizations and written and illustrated responses, students gain further appreciation of the literature and enhance language. We engage in discussions about the elements of a story that make up a fairy tale like character, setting, plot, and a lesson or a moral. We come to understand the ideas of a hero and a villain, dynamics between characters, a beginning, middle and an end, and things that come in threes, all while reflecting on and writing responses to questions and writing prompts. 
     
    Mathematically, students are given opportunities to practice addition and subtraction skills using various games and manipulatives. Other concepts, such as patterning, counting by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s and 10’s, geometry, graphing and fractions are explored in this playful environment. 

    The power of the story is in full force in this engaging class. Remember to bring your wand and you dynamic imagination! 
     
    Instructor: tba
     
    Course #: 111  
    Section 1: 6/25-7/27/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $1250 
    Section 2: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $750 
    Enrichment 
     
    School is closed Wednesday, July 4. 
  • Enrichment, grade 2

    Our theme is "Getting There is Half the Fun!" 
     
    In this enrichment class, we’re going on exciting adventures! In addition to playing fun games where we learn state names and cities through the use of technology, we plan a trip to major cities in California. Students learn about letter writing, a little history of the postal system, and discuss what mail has become and what we think it will be like in the future. We learn skills to design and write our own postcards. 
     
    In math, games are played to cover basic mathematical concepts of addition and subtraction. We practice our skills and apply them to our trip planning by calculating the costs of food and tickets for given a budget. As we focus on U.S. currency, rising second graders increase their understanding of the monetary system, practice counting money and making change. While planning our interstate adventure, we estimate distance and the time it takes to travel. In years past, students have created travel brochures to illustrate and show all of the information they’ve learned. 
     
    Reading fun stories are part of any travel adventure. Fanciful and somewhat playful stories like The Magic Finger by Roald Dahl and books in the Amelia Bedelia series are used to develop reading comprehension and written language skills. Students explore the structure and mechanics of language while enjoying the writing styles of these beloved books.  

    We may be in the classroom, but we are going fun places this summer! 
     
    Instructor: Ashley Garcia, Crossroads Faculty 
     
    Course #: 112 
    Section 1: 6/25-7/27/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $1250 
    Section 2: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $750 
    Enrichment 
     
    School is closed Wednesday, July 4. 
  • Enrichment, grade 3

    Our theme is "Traveling Through Time."

    Come travel through time with John Sczieska’s Time Warp Trio series and uncover the adventures of Joe, Fred, and Sam. We begin the summer with The Knights of the Kitchen Table. We soon discover how our young sleuths end up in Medieval Times. As students read the story, they explore the elements of a mystery, develop new vocabulary, expand literacy skills such as inferencing, summarizing and visualizing, and participate in literature discussions. We explore mathematical concepts that are integrated with our theme. Students work with the Sir Cumference book series and use geometry to make shields.

    Then students travel back in time with The Not-So-Jolly Roger, and help our young sleuths escape from Blackbeard and his band of pirates. Mathematical activities can include using coordinate grids to make treasure maps and using volume to see how much booty our treasure chests can hold. Past summer's activities have included the design of a Middle Ages board game and a treasure map, a treasure hunt, creating and singing a sea shanty, and writing a time traveling tale.

    Third graders develop descriptive writing skills, as they read and write poetry, short stories, biographies, daily journal entries, or comic strips. Original story creations take students through the entire writing process as they brainstorm, map, draft, edit and publish their final works. Skills are reinforced while students express themselves in small and whole group activities. Using the Words are Categorical series of books, they study parts of speech in a fun way and apply them to their writing.

    Using manipulatives, group discussions, computation, problem solving and games like solving the daily “What if? number with clues to find the answer to the mysterious puzzle, students further develop their understanding of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of one and two-digit numbers. A summer long project has included students gathering, organizing and displaying data. Geometry and fractions are introduced through individual and group projects.

    Instructor: tba

    Course #: 113
    Section 1: 6/25-7/27/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $1250
    Section 2: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $750
    Enrichment

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4.
  • Enrichment, grade 4

    Our theme is "An Adventure in Greek and Roman Mythology."

    Journey back to Ancient Greece and Rome to learn about the lives of those who lived long ago. Study the gods, creatures and heroes found in D'Aulaires' Book of Greek Myths and the modern spin on these characters found in Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson series. Not only do we read, Percy Jackson and The Lightning Thief, we deepen our mythological knowledge. In past years, we've learned about the gods of Mount Olympus, as well as The Titans, heroes, beasts and creatures.

    Students help guide the curriculum and input is highly encouraged! Through events that take place in Percy Jackson and The Lightning Thief, students show curiosity about world history, U.S. geography, and Greek/Roman history. Additionally, they chose projects in which they act out speeches as the gods, made videos about the gods, and created figurines with clay. Whether learning how to mold clay, to use a green screen or how to make an effective speech, skills are integrated into the fun and highly motivating projects.

    Utilizing 3-D geometry skills, we create ancient Greek and Roman structures such as Pandora’s Box or the Parthenon to further our study of volume. We introduce and explore the concepts of fractions and decimals, ratio, proportion, and beginning geometry. Number sense is strengthened from fun addition and subtraction story problems incorporating the gods and goddesses we’re learning about in class! In addition, students are encouraged to develop their own strategies for handling computation to think more flexibly about math.

    Join us for a summer of fun projects that would make the gods of Olympus proud!

    Instructor: tba

    Course #: 114
    Section 1: 6/25-7/27/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $1250
    Section 2: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $750
    Enrichment
     
    School is closed Wednesday, July 4.
  • Enrichment, grade 5

    Our theme is "Living in a Fantasy World: Extraordinary Thinking, Creative Design." 

    Do you often think of imaginary lands full of magical, mythical creatures? Do you like to read fantasy books? Then this course is for you!   

    The first book we read aloud together is The Guardians of Ga’Hoole. While we read, we focus on the characters in this story. In addition to reviewing reading strategies such as visualizing and summarizing, we learn the different elements in a fantasy story that prepares us to write our own story. So prevalent in many fantasy novels today are the ideas of an unlikely hero, a sidekick, and an antagonist. We explore these and try to emulate them in our writing. 
     
     
    While exploring our next book Fablehaven, we examine the book and expand our fantasy literacy. We pay attention to setting and the magical elements in the story. We learn how the setting influences the characters. For our own stories, we’ll discuss ways to transport our readers to the unreal world that we create.  As an option, you can create a clay character from or construct a diorama of the main setting in your story. 

    Using The Extraordinaires ® Design Studio, we become familiar with the design thinking process: empathize, ideate, define, prototype and test. You'll be given fictional character cards and then invited to design wildly imaginative solutions all while building empathy for your Extraordinaire characters. With the goal of generating as many ideas as you can without designing something that already exists, you'll begin ideating and coming up with your uniquely creative idea. You'll be asked to choose and settle on a final idea which best meets your Extraordinaires need and fulfills your specific design project criteria. You'll have a blast using your imagination, creativity, and hard work! 

    In logical places throughout this course we interweave curricular areas such as math, reading, writing and the use of technology.   

    Instructor: Mark Quinto, Crossroads Faculty

    Course #: 115 
    Section 1: 6/25-7/27/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $1250 
    Section 2: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $750 

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4. 
  • Lego Robotics with Digital Dragon, grades 2-5 [NEW]

    Have you ever wanted to build your very own robot? In this camp, kids will explore the evolving world of robotics, learning how to build, program, and perfect their very own robots. Using LEGO EV3 robotics kits, students will learn to build and program robots--integrating motors for moving parts, and sensors to take input from the physical world--to complete a variety of challenges.

    Instructor: Provided by Digital Dragon and Staff

    Course #: 151
    Section: 1 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $750
    Enrichment

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4.
  • Music Video Production with Digital Dragon, grades 2-5 [NEW]

    Direct your own music video and learn the behind-the-scenes skills and techniques the industry professionals use. Write and create storyboards for your favorite songs to develop a visual narrative. Learn how to film using green screen equipment and create visual effects in post-production. Edit your footage using digital editing software to complete your music video and share with your friends and family.

    Instructor: Provided by Digital Dragon and Staff

    Course #: 152
    Section: 1 7/16-7/27/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $550
    Enrichment
  • Science, "Design It! Build It!" grades 2-3

    In "Design It! Build It!", young engineers build on their natural curiosity by exploring engineering concepts through hands-on learning.  They get a taste of different fields of engineering including, civil, mechanical, environmental and aeronautical.   Through structured projects that involve planning, creating, testing and improvising, students “live” science and math concepts and see their relevance in real-world applications.   These young engineers are also challenged with constraints and requirements during their projects so they can begin to understand how it is important for engineers to be practical with regards to cost and safety. From first tinkerers to advanced designers, this exciting science class has something for everyone, and is tailored to provide each child with an enriching experience.

    Instructor: tba

    Course #: 123
    Section 1: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $700
    Section 2: 7/16-7/27/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $500
    Enrichment


    School is closed Wednesday, July 4.
  • Science, "Electrifying Explorers," grades 4-5 [CANCELED]

    In this class, young electrical inventors walk in the shoes and investigate the work of Steve Jobs, Marie Curie, Lonnie Johnson and Dean Kamen.  Students learn how to design and build simple, series, complex and parallel circuits by using components such as wire, batteries and bulbs. They investigate conductors and insulators and explore the meaning of voltage and resistance. These Electrifying Explorers then demonstrate and apply their new knowledge by designing and building their own electrical circuit creation by converting an old electrical gadget into their own invention. Other projects have included making a circuit board game, robot and an electrical toolbox. 
     
    Instructor: G.G. Castello, Crossroads Summer Faculty 

    Course # 124 
    Section 1: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $700
    Section 2: 7/16-7/27/18 M-F 8:30-11:30 $500
    Enrichment

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4th.
  • Science, "Magic Makers," grade 1

    In this science class young chemists make magic as they explore the properties of matter, learn the basic concepts of density, experiment with chemical reactions, and investigate chemical and physical changes. Using their new knowledge, students uncover the mysteries of an unknown substance, make a liquid rainbow, mix potions, witness crystal growth while making rock candy and observe changing states of matter as they make ice cream! 
     
    Instructor: tba  
     
    Course #: 121 
    Section 1: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $700 
    Section 2: 7/16-7/27/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $500
    Enrichment
     
    School is closed Wednesday, July 4.
  • Science, "Movers and Shakers," grades 1-2

    In this science class, young physicists learn Newton’s Laws of Motion, explore the concepts of work, force, and friction, experiment with potential and kinetic energy and investigate how to harness various forms of energy. Students make parachutes, test balloon hovercrafts, construct marble roller coasters, build solar ovens, and observe the transfer of energy when using electric circuits. 
     
    Instructor: tba

    Course #: 122 
    Section 1: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $700 
    Section 2: 7/16-7/27/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $500 
    Enrichment

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4. 
  • Sports with Prime Time Sports, grades 1-5

    Primetime Sports Camps returns this summer. When enrolling in a Crossroads morning program or the Afternoon Camp, choose either a morning or afternoon Primetime Sports Camps option. Then visit PrimetimeSportsCamps to complete your registration. Enrollees must enroll in Crossroads and Primetime Sports Camps programs to attend each program half-day. This option is limited to 20 enrollees each morning or afternoon session.
     
    Instructor: Prime Time Sports Staff
     
    Course #: 299
    Section 1: 6/25–7/13/2018 M-F 8:30–11:30 $5
    Section 2: 6/25–7/13/2018 M-F 11:30-3:30 $5
    Section 3: 7/16–7/27/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $5
    Section 4: 7/16–7/27/2018 M-F 11:30-3:30 $5
    Enrichment

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4.
  • Swim, Rise and Splash, grades 1-5

    Swimmers learn to enhance swimming skills while focusing on strength, endurance, health, and fitness. Swimmers have lessons in the pool and participate in out of water activities. Swimmers are tested and grouped according to their skill level. 

    Program participants, minimally, should be able to float on their back and stomach, go underwater comfortably and hold their breath for at least 5 seconds, freestyle 10 yards and swim 5 yards of backstroke. 

    Students joining the Camp in the Afternoon or the Musical Theater program will be transitioned by the Aquatics Staff to their program’s meeting area.
     
    Water Activities: 
    Swim technique 
    Stroke refinement 
    Drills 
    Reading water 
    Flip turns (for more advanced) 
    Start/racing dives (for more advanced) 

    Instructors: Crossroads Aquatics Staff

    Course #: 327 
    Section 1: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $800 
    Section 2: 7/16-7/27/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $600 

    School is closed Wednesday, July 
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  • Visual Arts, grades 2-5

    This popular program provides those children who have an interest in the visual arts opportunity to develop skills in drawing, painting, ceramics, and mixed media. Experimenting with traditional and non-traditional materials including many found and recycled materials, students learn technique and explore their artistic voices. 

    The session is integrated with a theme and includes individual and group projects that support learning and connections between the students. Past themes have included Art Through Books, Food, Home, Oceans, Outer Space, and Fantasy and Fairy Tales. 

    Instructor: tba

    Course #: 120 
    Section 1: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $700
    Section 2: 7/16-7/27/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $500
    Enrichment

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4. 

Afternoon Programs

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  • Camp in the Afternoon, grade 1

    Children are assigned to participate at Camp within a themed multi-grade group.  
     
    "People of the World" (grades 1-2)  
    Stories such as Let’s Eat!: What Children Eat Around the World, Whoever You Are and How Are We the Same and Different are shared to help students gain an appreciation for the diverse cultures and peoples of the world. Projects may include crafting musical instruments, learning similar words in different languages, writing with symbols, and creating, building and playing with game boards. These daily activities are integrated with our theme and emerge from the children's interests. 
     
    A group is led by a Program Leader and an Assistant Program Leader.  
     
    Included in the Fee: 
    • 2 Instructional Swim Lessons each week 
    • Friday Recreational Swim 
    • a T-shirt 
    • and a Group Photo 
       
    Instructors: K-5 Programs Staff 
    Course #: 200 
    Section 1: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 11:30-3:30 $950 
    Section 2: 7/16-7/27/2018 M-F 11:30-3:30 $650
    Enrichment
     
    School is closed Wednesday, July 4. 
  • Camp in the Afternoon, grade 2

    Children are assigned to participate at Camp within a themed multi-grade group.  
     
    "People of the World" (grades 1-2)  
    Stories such as Let’s Eat!: What Children Eat Around the World, Whoever You Are and How are We the Same and Different are shared to help students gain an appreciation for the diverse cultures and peoples of the world. Projects may include crafting musical instruments, learning similar words in different languages, writing with symbols, and creating, building and playing with game boards. These daily activities are integrated with our theme and emerge from the children's interests. 
     
    "Animals of the World" (grades 2-3) 
    Children’s books such as I See a Kookaburra! Discovering Animals Habitats Around the World, Around the World: Who’s Been Here? and Almost Gone: The World’s Rarest Animals are enjoyed as students become familiar with animals of the world. Students might make ceramic animals, create costumes for an animal parade, design and make habitats, or explore all the Outback has to offer. These daily activities are integrated with our theme and emerge from the children's interests. 
     
    A group is led by a Program Leader and an Assistant Program Leader.  
     
    Included in the Fee: 
    • 2 Instructional Swim Lessons each week 
    • Friday Recreational Swim 
    • a T-shirt 
    • and a Group Photo 
     
    Instructors: K-5 Programs Staff 
     
    Course #: 200 
    Section 1: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 11:30-3:30 $950 
    Section 2: 7/16-7/27/2018 M-F 11:30-3:30 $650
    Enrichment
     
    School is closed Wednesday, July 4. 
  • Camp in the Afternoon, grade 3

    Children are assigned to participate at Camp within a themed multi-grade group.  
     
    "Animals of the World" (grades 2-3) 
    Children’s books such as I See a Kookaburra! Discovering Animals Habitats Around the World, Around the World: Who’s Been Here? and Almost Gone: The World’s Rarest Animals are enjoyed as students become familiar with animals of the world. Students might make ceramic animals, create costumes for an animal parade, design and make habitats, or explore all the Outback has to offer. These daily activities are integrated with our theme and emerge from the children's interests. 
     
    "Natural Wonders of the World"(grades 3-4) 
    Children’s books such as The Practical Naturalist: Explore the Wonders of the Natural World, A Child’s Introduction to the Environment: The Air, Earth and Sea Around Us, Where on Earth? and The Tin Forest are shared as students become familiar with natural wonders of the world. Students might create a rain storm, plan a visit to the floor of the Grand Canyon, or map the movements of marine animals. These daily activities are integrated with our theme and emerge from the children's interests. 
     
    A group is led by a Program Leader and an Assistant Program Leader.  
     
    Included in the Fee: 
    • 2 Instructional Swim Lessons each week 
    • Friday Recreational Swim 
    • a T-shirt 
    • and a Group Photo 
     
    Instructors: K-5 Programs Staff 
     
    Course #: 200 
    Section 1: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 11:30-3:30 $950 
    Section 2: 7/16-7/27/2018 M-F 11:30-3:30 $650 
    Enrichment

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4. 
  • Camp in the Afternoon, grade 4

    Children are assigned to participate at Camp within a themed multi-grade group.  
     
    "Natural Wonders of the World"(grades 3-4) 
    Children’s books such as The Practical Naturalist: Explore the Wonders of the Natural World, A Child’s Introduction to the Environment: the Air, Earth and Sea Around Us (Where on Earth? and The Tin Forest are shared as students become familiar with natural wonders of the world. Students might create a rain storm, plan a visit to the floor of the Grand Canyon, or map the migrations of marine animals. These daily activities are integrated with our theme and emerge from the children's interests. 
     
    "Architecture and Designs of the World" (grades 4-5)  
    Children’s books like Iggy Peck, Architect, The Story of Buildings from the Pyramids to the Sydney Opera House and Great Buildings are read as students come to know this exciting part of our world. Students may build replicas of great buildings, design buildings of the future, or think about how to construct a building that solves some real-world problems. These daily activities are integrated with our theme and emerge from the children's interests. 
     
    A group is led by a Program Leader and an Assistant Program Leader.  
     
    Included in the Fee: 
    • 2 Instructional Swim Lessons each week 
    • Friday Recreational Swim 
    • a T-shirt 
    • and a Group Photo 
     
    Instructors: K-5 Programs Staff 
     
    Course #: 200 
    Section 1: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 11:30-3:30 $950 
    Section 2: 7/16-7/27/2018 M-F 11:30-3:30 $650
    Enrichment
     
    School is closed Wednesday, July 4. 
  • Camp in the Afternoon, grade 5

    Children are assigned to participate at Camp within a themed multi-grade group.

    "Architecture and Designs of the World" (grades 4-5)  
    Children’s books like Iggy Peck, Architect, The Story of Buildings from the Pyramids to the Sydney Opera House and Great Buildings are read as students come to know this exciting part of our world. Students may build replicas of great buildings, design buildings of the future, or think about how to construct a building that solves some real-world problems. These daily activities are integrated with our theme and emerge from the children's interests.

    "Innovations of the World" (grades 4-5) 
    Future innovators explore past and present inventors and their inventions, as well as innovators and their innovations- and discover the difference between the two in this fun new class. Students read from books like Oh, the Things They InventedAll About Great Inventors, What Do You Do With an Idea?, Young Inventors at Work!, ABC's of Black Inventors, A Kids Guide to American Inventors and Kids Inventing!: A Handbook For Young InventorsThey discover a world of unlimited possibilities through hands-on activities to encourage and engage their creativity. From brain engineering advances to green buildings, a variety of project-based learning activities assist students in learning about the history and people behind technological innovations that have helped change and are continuing to shape the world. Additional resources include art activities, puzzles, games, timeline explorations, multimedia presentations, and the integration of technology that provide endless opportunities for an enriching experience. 
     
    A group is led by a Program Leader and an Assistant Program Leader.  
     
    Included in the Fee: 
    • 2 Instructional Swim Lessons each week 
    • Friday Recreational Swim 
    • a T-shirt 
    • and a Group Photo 
     
    Instructors: K-5 Programs Staff 
     
    Course #: 200 
    Section 1: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 11:30-3:30 $950 
    Section 2: 7/16-7/27/2018 M-F 11:30-3:30 $650 
    Enrichment

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4. 
  • Sports with Prime Time Sports, grades 1-5

    Primetime Sports Camps returns this summer. When enrolling in a Crossroads morning program or the Afternoon Camp, choose either a morning or afternoon Primetime Sports Camps option. Then visit PrimetimeSportsCamps to complete your registration. Enrollees must enroll in Crossroads and Primetime Sports Camps programs to attend each program half-day. This option is limited to 20 enrollees each morning or afternoon session.
     
    Instructor: Prime Time Sports Staff
     
    Course #: 299
    Section 1: 6/25–7/13/2018 M-F 8:30–11:30 $5
    Section 2: 6/25–7/13/2018 M-F 11:30-3:30 $5
    Section 3: 7/16–7/27/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $5
    Section 4: 7/16–7/27/2018 M-F 11:30-3:30 $5
    Enrichment

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4.

All Day Programs

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  • Beginning Enrichment All Day, grade K in September

    Our Beginning Enrichment program provides young children the opportunity to continue to grow in their own unique cognitive, social and emotional ways.   
    Within the given theme, popular children's books are used to integrate activities in literature, social studies, science, art, storytelling, singing and play.  

    Experiences in beginning reading, early writing, and math development make this program a perfect summer bridge for the child with emergent skills. We attend thoughtfully to this transitional time between preschool and Kindergarten.  

    What’s in a garden and what helps it grow?  We will dig up the answers to these questions and more in Kindergarten. Come along with us as we enjoy the delights of summer’s longer days and warmer evenings in the garden! 

    4 Small group instructional swimming lessons are provided during the afternoons, Mondays through Thursdays, for approximately thirty-minutes. 

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4.

    Out in the Garden discover crickets, ladybugs and lizards at play. Dance through the caterpillar life cycle and watch real butterflies emerge. Dig dirt, plant seeds and watch them grow. Smell, touch and taste all that lives out in the garden. 

    Instructor: Lisa Doyle, Crossroads Faculty and tba
    Course #: 105 
    Section 1: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 8:30am-3:30pm $1800 
    This section is for those entering Crossroads in the fall.  
    Enrichment
     
    Instructor: tba 
    Course # 105 
    Section 2: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 8:30am-3:30pm $1800
    This section is open to students not attending Crossroads in the fall.
    Enrichment

    Down in the Dirt dig deep to uncover rocks, seeds and insects. Get your hands muddy and your feet wet while we learn about the water cycle. Wiggle with worms, crawl with critters and round up some rollie pollies. Examine roots and explore all that lies beneath the top soil. 

    Intructor(s): tba
    Course #: 106 
    Section 1 7/16-7/27/2018 M-F 8:30am-3:30pm $1200
    This section is open to all rising Kindergarteners.
    Enrichment
  • Musical Theater Company, grades 2-5 [NEW]

    This year our show is the beloved classic, The Wizard of Oz (RSC).
     
    Our newly designed full-day five-week Musical Theater Company exposes children to the many elements that go into live performances of musical theater productions. We seek to teach the value of team work and practice ensemble building. We encourage students to participate in both behind the scenes duties and live performances. Students not only collaborate with others but are also recognized for their individuality, while working within the structure of preparing for our performances. Our goal for them is to work hard while having fun and emerge with a sense of great pride and accomplishment.
     
    Ensemble Building Older students connect with younger students and practice mentoring skills. Students learn how to be a member of our theater ensemble.
     
    Art for Theater Students learn about stage make up and experiment with character make up. They design and create specific parts of their costumes for the show in addition to participating in designing and making props, sets, and scenery. They contribute individual artwork to enhance their performance space.
     
    Young Storytellers Rising 2nd & 3rd graders create stories and use their imagination to bring them to life. Parents are invited to a special young storyteller presentation during our camp day.
     
    Scene Work Students work as an ensemble. When appropriate, roles in the production will be shared. Each student is given the opportunity to speak during the performance. Younger students learn how to navigate listening to each other and being on stage. Students with more experience undertake more responsibility learning blocking and scenes.
     
    Vocals Students move through rotation blocks to experience multiple aspects of musical theater productions. Music and vocal coaching - students learn music from the show after warm ups and vocal exercises. Each rotation we work on musical numbers. Soloists and choral singers work with the music director to perfect their songs.
     
    Community Time Allows students to connect with the larger camp population. Lunch and playtime are opportunities to socialize outside of production-based rotations. Forming friendships is supportive of the ensemble experiences. Additionally, MTC members are invited to participate in some of the Afternoon Camp Theme Day activities.
     
    Dance Class Students are given the opportunity to stretch and learn technique along with learning about musical theater style. Students learn about what it means to tell a story with their bodies. Choreography from the show is also taught during this class.
     
    Stage Movement This is an MTC Community Class. Students have older/younger buddies and work in a mentoring capacity as we engage in improvisational and exploratory movement. Exercises include both independent and group work, as students go through the paces of learning stage combat, animal movement, creative entrances and exits and learning about how gravity and emotions can be expressed through their bodies.
     
    A Word about Casting Roles are cast in our production after careful consideration of many factors. Ensemble singing and dancing and conversations with each cast member with the teachers are components of what is a student-driven process. In casting the production's roles, we have your student's best opportunity for growth and success in mind. We appreciate your support of the casting process of our production.
     
    Sample Daily Schedule:
    8:30-8:40 Morning Welcome
    8:45-9:30am Choreography
    9:35-9:55am Snack/Recess
    10:00-10:45am Vocals & Music
    10:50-11:25am Full Company Stage Movement
    11:30-11:40am All Afternoon Programs Community Time
    11:40-12:05pm Lunch
    12:05-12:35pm Playtime, Buddies & Mentoring
    12:40-1:40pm Young Storytellers Scenes
    1:45-2:40pm Art for Theater
    2:45-3:10pm Full Company Presents, Wrap Up and Closing
    3:20-3:30pm Carpool & Dismissal
     
    This popular program is suitable for the beginning or experienced performer. An audition is not required.
     
    Performances are Wednesday, July 25 and Thursday, July 26.
     
    The program concludes with a cast party during our final class meeting on Friday, July 27.
     
    A group photo, basic costume pieces and 4 show tickets are included in the program fee.
     
    Enroll now to secure your space.  This program will sell out!
     
    Coordinator: Cheryl Factor, Crossroads Faculty
    Co-Director/Choreographer: Ricka Glucksman, Crossroads Summer Faculty
    Musical Director and Accompanist: Anthony Lucca, Crossroads Summer Faculty
     
    Course #: 161
    Section 1: 6/25-7/27/2018 M-F 8:30-3:30 $3000
    Enrichment
     
    School is closed Wednesday, July 4.
     
    This program does not include swimming. However, students may enroll in Private Swim Lessons, Swim Team or Wave Runners. See information about these programs in the Aquatics section of our website.

Private Swim Lessons

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  • Swim Lessons - Saturday Private, Age 3 to 17 years of age

    Saturday Lessons begin at 10:00am and begin on the hour with the last lesson beginning at 2:00pm. Contact Larry Zubrin at lzubrin@xrds.org for more information and availability on times for each section. 

    Instructors: Crossroads Aquatics Staff
     
     
    Course #: 340 

    Spring
     
    Section 1: April 21 and 28 and May 5, 12 and 19, 2018 
                    5 Saturdays  
                    $225 
     
    Summer 
    Section 3: June 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2018 
                    5 Saturdays 
                    $225 
     
    Section 4: July 7, 14, 21 and 28, 2018 
                    4 Saturdays 
                    $180 
     
    Fall 
    Section 6: September 8, 15, 22 and 29, 2018 
                    4 Saturdays 
                    $180 
     
    Section 7: October 6, 13, 20 and 27, 2018 
                    4 Saturdays 
                    $180 
     
    Parents and swimmers must arrive 15 minutes early to get checked in and changed. Parents are required to remain at the pool during your child's lessons. Lessons will end at the scheduled time regardless of the swimmer’s arrival time. 

    Make-up lessons are not given. Your child should attend each scheduled lesson. 
  • Swim Lessons - Weekday Afternoon Private, Age 3 to 17 years of age

    All sessions begin the week of June 25. All sessions are 5 weeks, except Wednesday lessons as campus and the pool are closed on Wednesday, July 4, 2018. Instructors are WSI, Lifeguard, and CPR/First Aid Certified. 

    Instructors: Crossroads Aquatics Staff 
     
    Course #: 346 

    Mondays
     
    Section 1: 6/25-7/23/2018 3:30-4:15pm $225 
    Section 2: 6/25-7/23/2018 4:30-5:15pm $225 
     
    Wednesdays  
    Section 3: 6/27-7/25/2018 3:30-4:15pm $180 
    Section 4: 6/27-7/25/2018 4:30-5:15pm $180 
    There is no lesson on Wednesday July  4 
     
    Fridays 
    Section 5: 6/29-7/27/2018 3:30-4:15pm $225 
    Section 6: 6/29-7/27/2018 4:30-5:15pm $225 
     
    A parent must accompany those students not participating in our day programs during their lesson and remain at the pool during the lesson. 

    Make-up lessons are not given. Your child should attend each scheduled lesson.
     

    Students enrolled in Afternoon Camp or Musical Theater Company will be walked to the pool for their lesson. Every effort will be made to schedule your student on an alternate Afternoon Camp swim day.
     

    Your child may attend Extended Care on their private swim day at no additional charge before or after their lesson until 5:30pm. 
     

    See Extended Care for the program description.
     

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4
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Swim Camps

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  • Aquatics Fun Camps, One-Week, grades 2-7

    Kids are provided the opportunity to learn and enhance their aquatics skills and fitness through a variety pool and dryland activities including swimming for fitness, stroke/swim race development, modified water polo, synchronized swimming and other pool games. Swimmers participate in pool practice and out of water activities. Swimmers are tested and grouped according to their skill level.

    Program participants, minimally, should be able to float on their back and stomach, go underwater comfortably and hold their breath for at least 10 seconds, and swim freestyle 25 yards and backstroke 10-15 yards.

    Water Activities Include:
    Swimming Skills
    Swim technique
    Stroke refinement
    Drills
    Sculling (for the more advanced)
    Treading water
    Flip turns (for the more advanced)
    Start/racing dives (for the more advanced)
     
    Introduction to Water Polo Includes:
    Basic ball handling
    Passing
    Shooting
    Individual defensive skills
    Splash Ball games

    Pool Games & Competitions

    Dry Land Activities Include:
    Stretching
    Workouts
    Viewing swim meet and competition recordings
    Nutrition
    Games
     
    Coordinator: Larry Zubrin, Crossroads Aquatics
     
    Course #: 326
    Section 1: 6/18-6/22/2018 M-F 9:00-3:30 $650
    Section 2: 7/30-8/3/2018 M-F 9:00-3:30 $650
    Section 3: 8/6-8/10/2018 M-F 9:00-3:30 $650
  • Swim, Rise and Splash, grades 1-5

    Swimmers learn to enhance swimming skills while focusing on strength, endurance, health, and fitness. Swimmers have lessons in the pool and participate in out of water activities. Swimmers are tested and grouped according to their skill level. 

    Program participants, minimally, should be able to float on their back and stomach, go underwater comfortably and hold their breath for at least 5 seconds, freestyle 10 yards and swim 5 yards of backstroke. 

    Students joining the Camp in the Afternoon or the Musical Theater program will be transitioned by the Aquatics Staff to their program’s meeting area.
     
    Water Activities: 
    Swim technique 
    Stroke refinement 
    Drills 
    Reading water 
    Flip turns (for more advanced) 
    Start/racing dives (for more advanced) 

    Instructors: Crossroads Aquatics Staff

    Course #: 327 
    Section 1: 6/25-7/13/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $800 
    Section 2: 7/16-7/27/2018 M-F 8:30-11:30 $600 

    School is closed Wednesday, July 
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Swim Teams

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  • Swim Team, All levels, grades 1-5

    Join this multi-level level swim team designed to combine stroke refinement with endurance building workouts. Swimmers learn and refine all techniques and skills needed to swim at a beginning competitive ability in a low-key, supportive, and fun atmosphere. Skills include: dives, relay-starts, flip-turns, and finishes with special attention to proper stroke technique. Dry-land activities are included in the instruction. Bring a swim cap, goggles, suit and towel to each practice. Swimmers may bring non-slip flip-flops for the locker room. This program is held at our swim facility at the Norton Campus. Pick-up of students for this class is at our pool. 

    Swimmers should have an understanding of the four main strokes (freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly) and be able to perform freestyle 10 to 15 yards, backstroke 5 to 10 yards and breaststroke 5 yards. All enrolled students must pass a swim skills test. 

    Instructors: Crossroads Aquatics Staff

    Course #: 328 
    Section 1: 6/26-7/12/2018 TTh 3:15-5:00 $250 
    Section 2: 7/17-7/26/2018 TTh 3:15-5:00 $150
  • Wave Runners - Swim Stroke Development and Fitness Class, grades 2-12

    Pre-team stroke development: 
    This is intended for swimmers who are comfortable swimming freestyle and backstroke (for at least 25 yards) and have a basic understanding of breaststroke and butterfly. 

    The course is intended to continue fostering and improving stroke mechanics while simultaneously building endurance, racing performance and an overall love of the sport.
     
     
    Advanced Swim Conditioning: 
    This course is intended for swimmers who have mastered the mechanics of the four competitive swim strokes. Although stroke form will continue to be at the core of the workouts, much attention will be paid to interval training, race-pace sets and strength and conditioning. 
     
    Optional swim meets will be available to student in the program this summer. Details will be sent home in the summer.  
     
    Instructors: Tara Shima, Crossroads Head Coach, Varsity Swimming and 
    Larry Zubrin, Aquatics Manager and Head Coach, Middle School Swimming 
    and Aquatics Staff 
     
    Course # 350 
    Section 4: 6/18–8/10/2018 MWF 5:30-7:00pm  $600          
    Section 5: 6/19-8/9/2018 TTH 6:30-8:00pm  $450 

    There are no refunds or credits for days or time missed.  Class is limited to 30 swimmers. 
     
    Re-enrollment for all students currently in the class is required.

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4.

One Week Camps

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  • Aquatics Fun Camps, One-Week, grades 2-7

    Kids are provided the opportunity to learn and enhance their aquatics skills and fitness through a variety pool and dryland activities including swimming for fitness, stroke/swim race development, modified water polo, synchronized swimming and other pool games. Swimmers participate in pool practice and out of water activities. Swimmers are tested and grouped according to their skill level.

    Program participants, minimally, should be able to float on their back and stomach, go underwater comfortably and hold their breath for at least 10 seconds, and swim freestyle 25 yards and backstroke 10-15 yards.

    Water Activities Include:
    Swimming Skills
    Swim technique
    Stroke refinement
    Drills
    Sculling (for the more advanced)
    Treading water
    Flip turns (for the more advanced)
    Start/racing dives (for the more advanced)
     
    Introduction to Water Polo Includes:
    Basic ball handling
    Passing
    Shooting
    Individual defensive skills
    Splash Ball games

    Pool Games & Competitions

    Dry Land Activities Include:
    Stretching
    Workouts
    Viewing swim meet and competition recordings
    Nutrition
    Games
     
    Coordinator: Larry Zubrin, Crossroads Aquatics
     
    Course #: 326
    Section 1: 6/18-6/22/2018 M-F 9:00-3:30 $650
    Section 2: 7/30-8/3/2018 M-F 9:00-3:30 $650
    Section 3: 8/6-8/10/2018 M-F 9:00-3:30 $650
  • Basketball Camps, One-Week, grades 3-8 [NEW]

    Crossroads Basketball Camp is aimed at teaching kids about the game of basketball! Campers are grouped according to their ability level. They learn rules and regulations as well as tips and techniques to play the game more competitively and effectively. Our focus is on footwork, aggressiveness, mentality, and all around offensive skills including ball handling and shooting. Our nurturing environment provides an avenue for kids to really feel eager to learn and focus on the instruction which helps them excel and be successful both on and off the court. This program is held at our Norton Campus and Gym.
     
    This Camp is led by Anthony Davis, Head Coach, Crossroads Boys Varsity Basketball and the Coaching Staff.
     
    Course #: 315
    Section 1: 6/18-6/22/2018 M-F 9:00-3:30 $650
    Section 2: 7/30-8/3/2018 M-F 9:00-3:30 $650
    Section 3: 8/6-8/10/2018 M-F 9:00-3:30 $650
  • Crafty Kids, One-Week, grades 3-6 [NEW]

    In this fun, interactive class students learn to make a variety of crafts, with a focus on sewing and knitting skills.  While making pincushions and pillowcases, students learn basics such as how to thread a needle, cut a pattern and create a basic stitch.  They also explore different tools and fabrics used in sewing.  To make a scarf, students learn how to "cast on," how to combine basic knitting stitches, how to follow a pattern and how to "cast off."  
     
    Other projects include making felt flower bouquets, cuddly creature toys, pencil pouches and woven pot holders.  Students explore how many of their creations can become gifts for loved ones or other members of the community. This program is held at our Elementary School at our Norton Campus.
     
    Instructors: Ashley Garcia and Emma Cothren, Crossroads Faculty
    Course #: 302
    Section 1: 6/18-6/22/2018 M-F 9:00-3:30 $595
    Enrichment
  • Dance Intensive, One-Week, grades 2-6 [NEW]

    This new offering is a training and performance program that emphasis the technical rigor of dance, while participating in the choreographic process. Throughout our training, rehearsal and performance experiences we stress creative values, rehearsal ethics and collaborative support among performers.  
     
    Dancers take class and learn choreography in Hip Hop, Jazz and Contemporary dance styles, with a visual art component. Each day begins and ends as a large group, engaging in community-based warm-ups, council and games.  

    Sample Daily Schedule: 
    9:00 Drop Off  
    9:10 Welcome & Warm-Up 
    9:30-10:25 Jazz Dance 
    10:25-10:40 Snack 
    10:45-11:40 Acrobatics 
    11:40-12:25 Lunch  
    12:30-12:45 Community Building  
    12:50-1:45 Art class 
    1:50-2:45 Contemporary Dance 
    2:50-3:20 Community Sharing  
    3:30 Pick Up  

    The week culminates in a performance on Friday evening in the Joan Martin Community Room. The fee includes a costume and 2 tickets. 
    Students are bussed to rehearsals in the Joan Martin Community Room at our Norton Campus. 

    Drop-off and pick-up is at our 21st Street Campus.  

    Instructors: Chippy Wassung and Sophia Stoller, Crossroads Dance Faculty

    Course #: 310 
    Section 1: 6/18-6/22/2018 M-F 9:00-3:30 $695 
    Enrichment
  • Fun with Ashley and Friends, One Week, grades 1-6

    Join the Hang Out crew for a fun filled full-day program in Fun with Ashley!  We will be participating in various themed activities such as arts and crafts, cooking, sports and games, and dress up days. 
     
    Week 1: 6/18-6/22/2018 Hangout With Us! 
    Week 2: 7/30-8/3/2018  "Super Hero Week"    
    Week 3: 8/6-8/10/2018  "Alice in Wonderland Week" 
                
    Coordinator: Ashley Nissim, Crossroads ES Afterschool Coordinator 
     
    Course #: 325 
    Section 1: 6/18-22/2018     M-F 9:00am-3:30pm $495 
    Section 4: 7/30-8/3/2018    M-F 9:00am-3:30pm $495 
    Section 5: 8/6-8/10/2018    M-F 9:00am-3:30pm $495 
       
    Space is very limited. Enroll early. 
  • Minecraft Mania: Redstone Engineering with Digital Dragon Camp, One-Week, grades 2-5 [NEW]

    If you love Minecraft, then take it to the next level with Redstone engineering! Turn your Minecraft structures into Redstone wired fortresses with automatic lighting and secret doors. Create challenging obstacle courses with moving blockades and timed traps. Learn programming principles with Redstone triggered Minecraft commands and command blocks that make characters and structures do amazing things--from controlling the time and weather to spawning creatures and portals to other dimensions.

    Instructors: Provided by Digital Dragon and Staff

    Course #: 324
    Section 1: 6/18-6/22/2018 M-F 9:00-3:30 $595
    Enrichment
  • String and Bow Music Workshop, One-Week, grades 2-7 [NEW]

    Our new String and Bow Workshop is a one-week day camp located at our Norton Campus. Our program offers daily instruction in a large ensemble setting. Students develop their technical and musical skills while experiencing courses in sectionals, music history, rhythm, concert programming and master classes. In addition to their musical learning, the program also concentrates on students learning individual responsibilities that go toward the success of the group as a whole. Parents are invited to our culminating event during the closing afternoon or our workshop.
     
    *Requirement: must have at least one year of violin, viola, or cello instruction.
     
    Coordinator: Grace Park, Crossroads Faculty and Director of K-12 Strings and EMMI

    Course #: 303
    Section 1: 6/18-6/22/2018 M-F 9:00-3:30 $695
    Enrichment

Extended Care & After Camp Classes

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  • Extended Care, grade K

    In the morning, children are supervised in an enclosed play area while waiting for morning programs to begin.   

    In the afternoon, children enjoy inside activities like reading, games, and fort-building or outside playground activities like basketball, jump rope, or handball. Children of all ages gather together at this highly social time of the day and are supported and encouraged by our staff to develop friendships, resolve conflicts, and play or relax. A snack is provided, daily. 

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4. 

    School ends at 11:30am on Friday, July 27, 2017. If your child is enrolled in an afternoon Kindergarten, there is no charge for extended care on this day between 11:30am and 3:15pm. 

    Coordinator: Ashley Nissim, Crossroads Faculty 
    Staff: K-5 Summer Programs Staff 
    Course #: 499 

    $15 per day, for any portion of time children are supervised in Extended Care 

    June 25-July 26, 2018 - Monday-Friday; any amount of time between 3:30-5:30pm 

    June 25 to July 26, 2018 - Monday-Friday; There is no charge for any amount of time needed for care between 8:00am until 8:20am. 

    Policies: 
    • Extended Care ends at 5:30pm 
    • There is a $5.00 per minute fee for all students who are picked up late. Continued late pickups will result in the loss of privileges for the use of Extended Care and can also result in the loss of being able to continue enrollment in our programs. 
    • The total number of extended days you believe you will need between June 25 and July 26, MUST be purchased in advance. Additional days may be purchased when needed but must be paid for in advance. 
    • In addition, as children may not be left unsupervised on campus, a student will be directed to Extended Care when the child is dropped-off between 8:00am and 8:20am. Students remaining at school after the Dismissal at 3:30pm will be charged the daily rate for Extended Care. 
    • During our 5-,3- and 2-week programs, those children enrolled only in a morning program and remaining after the Dismissal at 11:30am will be taken to the reception area at the front of the school and will be charged the daily rate for Extended Care. 
  • Extended Care, grades 1-5

    In the morning children are supervised in an enclosed play area while waiting for morning programs to begin. 

    In the afternoon, children enjoy inside activities like reading, games, and fort-building or outside playground activities like basketball, jump rope, or handball. Children of all ages gather together at this highly social time of the day and are supported and encouraged by our staff to develop friendships, resolve conflicts, and play or relax. A snack is provided, daily. 

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4. 

    School ends at 11:30am on Friday, July 27, 2017. If your child is enrolled in an afternoon Kindergarten, Camp, or Musical Theater program, there is no charge for Extended Care on this day between 11:30am and 3:15pm. 

    Students enrolled in Private Swim Lessons will not be charged for Extended Care usage before or after Swim Lessons on that day. 

    Coordinator: Ashley Nissim, Crossroads Faculty 
    Staff: K-5 Summer Programs Staff 
    Course #: 499 

    $15 per day, for any portion of time children are supervised in Extended Care
     

    June 25-July 26, 2018 - Monday thru Friday; any amount of time between 3:30-5:30pm
     

    June 25 to July 26, 2018 - Monday-Friday; There is no charge for any amount of time needed for care between 8:00am until 8:20am.
     

    June 18-22 and July 30 to August 10 (during one-week camps) Monday-Friday; any amount of time between 8:00-9:00am and 3:30 and 5:30pm.
     

    Policies:
     
    • Extended Care ends at 5:30pm 
    • There is a $5.00 per minute fee for all students who are picked up late. Continued late pickups will result in the loss of privileges for the use of Extended Care and can also result in the loss of being able to continue enrollment in our programs. 
    • The total number of extended days you believe you will need between June 18 and August 10, MUST be purchased in advance. Additional days may be purchased when needed but must be paid for in advance. 
    • In addition, as children may not be left unsupervised on campus, a student will be directed to Extended Care when the child is dropped-off between 8:00am and 8:20am. Students remaining at school after the Dismissal at 3:30pm will be charged the daily rate for Extended Care. 
    • During our 5-, 3- and 2-week programs, those children enrolled only in a morning program and remaining after the Dismissal at 11:30am will be taken to the reception area at the front of the school and will be charged the daily rate for Extended Care. 
    • Extended Care is not available for students at our 21st Street campus. 
  • Swim Lessons - Weekday Afternoon Private, Age 3 to 17 years of age

    All sessions begin the week of June 25. All sessions are 5 weeks, except Wednesday lessons as campus and the pool are closed on Wednesday, July 4, 2018. Instructors are WSI, Lifeguard, and CPR/First Aid Certified. 

    Instructors: Crossroads Aquatics Staff 
     
    Course #: 346 

    Mondays
     
    Section 1: 6/25-7/23/2018 3:30-4:15pm $225 
    Section 2: 6/25-7/23/2018 4:30-5:15pm $225 
     
    Wednesdays  
    Section 3: 6/27-7/25/2018 3:30-4:15pm $180 
    Section 4: 6/27-7/25/2018 4:30-5:15pm $180 
    There is no lesson on Wednesday July  4 
     
    Fridays 
    Section 5: 6/29-7/27/2018 3:30-4:15pm $225 
    Section 6: 6/29-7/27/2018 4:30-5:15pm $225 
     
    A parent must accompany those students not participating in our day programs during their lesson and remain at the pool during the lesson. 

    Make-up lessons are not given. Your child should attend each scheduled lesson.
     

    Students enrolled in Afternoon Camp or Musical Theater Company will be walked to the pool for their lesson. Every effort will be made to schedule your student on an alternate Afternoon Camp swim day.
     

    Your child may attend Extended Care on their private swim day at no additional charge before or after their lesson until 5:30pm. 
     

    See Extended Care for the program description.
     

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4
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  • Swim Team, All levels, grades 1-5

    Join this multi-level level swim team designed to combine stroke refinement with endurance building workouts. Swimmers learn and refine all techniques and skills needed to swim at a beginning competitive ability in a low-key, supportive, and fun atmosphere. Skills include: dives, relay-starts, flip-turns, and finishes with special attention to proper stroke technique. Dry-land activities are included in the instruction. Bring a swim cap, goggles, suit and towel to each practice. Swimmers may bring non-slip flip-flops for the locker room. This program is held at our swim facility at the Norton Campus. Pick-up of students for this class is at our pool. 

    Swimmers should have an understanding of the four main strokes (freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly) and be able to perform freestyle 10 to 15 yards, backstroke 5 to 10 yards and breaststroke 5 yards. All enrolled students must pass a swim skills test. 

    Instructors: Crossroads Aquatics Staff

    Course #: 328 
    Section 1: 6/26-7/12/2018 TTh 3:15-5:00 $250 
    Section 2: 7/17-7/26/2018 TTh 3:15-5:00 $150
  • Wave Runners - Swim Stroke Development and Fitness Class, grades 2-12

    Pre-team stroke development: 
    This is intended for swimmers who are comfortable swimming freestyle and backstroke (for at least 25 yards) and have a basic understanding of breaststroke and butterfly. 

    The course is intended to continue fostering and improving stroke mechanics while simultaneously building endurance, racing performance and an overall love of the sport.
     
     
    Advanced Swim Conditioning: 
    This course is intended for swimmers who have mastered the mechanics of the four competitive swim strokes. Although stroke form will continue to be at the core of the workouts, much attention will be paid to interval training, race-pace sets and strength and conditioning. 
     
    Optional swim meets will be available to student in the program this summer. Details will be sent home in the summer.  
     
    Instructors: Tara Shima, Crossroads Head Coach, Varsity Swimming and 
    Larry Zubrin, Aquatics Manager and Head Coach, Middle School Swimming 
    and Aquatics Staff 
     
    Course # 350 
    Section 4: 6/18–8/10/2018 MWF 5:30-7:00pm  $600          
    Section 5: 6/19-8/9/2018 TTH 6:30-8:00pm  $450 

    There are no refunds or credits for days or time missed.  Class is limited to 30 swimmers. 
     
    Re-enrollment for all students currently in the class is required.

    School is closed Wednesday, July 4.

Daily Program Schedule

Time Activity
8:00-8:30 Early Extended Care
8:30-11:25 Morning Program
11:15-11:25 Afternoon Programs Drop-Off
11:25 Transition to Afternoon Programs
11:30  Afternoon Programs Begin
3:15-3:30 Dismissal
3:30 Afternoon Programs End
3:30-5:30 Extended Care
3:30-5:00 Novice Swim Team (MWF)
3:30-5:30 Extended Care and/or Private Swim Lesson

Important Information

Fees
Summer at Crossroads fees include all classroom materials, supplies, books, a session photo and a t-shirt.

Lunch/Snack
Children have lunch time within their afternoon program. A variety of healthy lunch options are available for purchase through Fresh Lunches. Instructions on how to order from Fresh Lunches will be available before programs begin in June.

A daily snack is provided for all students participating in Extended Care in the afternoon.

Swimming
For those enrolled in the K-5 programs that include a swim component, swimming is provided at our K-12 Sports Center in our heated outdoor swimming pool. Our qualified aquatics instructors teach our group lesson program. Small group instructional swimming lessons are provided during the afternoons, Mondays through Thursdays. All children are swim tested for group placement and testing determines the appropriate area of the pool for the student’s participation. The program goals are to encourage water safety, to increase water confidence, and to enhance skills development. Parents are invited to observe swimming at the culmination of each session.

Children should come to school prepared to swim on the first day of their program.
Middle and Upper School: 21st Street Campus | 1714 21st St., Santa Monica, CA 90404 | Phone: (310) 829-7391
Elementary School: Norton Campus | 1715 Olympic Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90404 | Phone: (310) 828-1196
Summer at Crossroads is open to the public and provides progressive and fun K-12 summer camps, classes and programs.