JCC Break Camps
JCC Break Camps offer fun and enriching programs for kids during school breaks like Winter Break and Spring Break. Each camp includes favorite activities, like arts & crafts and sports, plus exciting extras like field trips and swim time, depending on the season. For more information on Break Camps, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winter Break Camp December 23-January 3 (No Camp Dec 25 or Jan 1) is now open for registration. REGISTRATION FORM
Core Day Camp Hours: 8:45 AM -3:45 PM
AM Care : 7:30 AM-8:45 AM
PM Care: 3:45 AM -6:00 PM
COMPLETED 2013-2014 ANCHOR FORM and a HEALTH FORM must be on file with the Youth and Teen Department before any child will be allowed to participate.
Refunds, Cancellations, and Late Registrations
• Deadline for Break Camp registration is Wednesday, December 18. This allows us to maintain a high-quality program by ensuring the appropriate amount of staff and supplies are prepared.
• A $20 late registration fee will be added to registrations received after . Late registrations will be accepted ONLY if space is available.
• All forms must be filled out completely. All information is required by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. The JCC cannot accept forms that in are incomplete or without payment.
• There are no refunds, exchanges, or credits for absences.
• Request for refunds are only honored for documented medical reasons and must be made in writing and subject to a $30 administrative fee.
• If your child requires medicine during the camp day, please bring medication to the camp office in its original container. You will be required to complete a Medication Authorization Form which can be obtained from the camp office by emailing email@example.com.
Completed registration forms can be faxed to the Youth and Teen office at (512) 735-8037, or you can email them in to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, December 23
LEGO Robotics & Engineering
Builders’ are given age appropriate LEGO lessons and games, and LEGO sets with plenty of instructors to help with building. We focus on creating a fun, friendly and caring environment for our LEGO builders! Student will build a robot, build a LEGO creation and learn about science concepts all while having fun. They will be challenged with the LEGO WeDo (K – 2nd ) , the LEGO Mindstorms NXT and our newest addition the LEGO EV3 Robotics system.
Young Rembrandts ANIMALS OF AFRICA – Pastel workshop
Our “Animals of Africa” Pastel workshop offers a challenging, fun and colorful day. Our students will learn about some of Africa’s most majestic animals as they illustrate them using pastel chalks. An antelope showcased within a mélange of patterns, a stylized zebra with a creative color palette and a regal lion are a few of the beasts to be explored! Please wear an old shirt to class.
Tuesday, December 24
LEGO Master Builder Camps
Work alongside a LEGO® Master Builder to learn tips, tricks and techniques, including sideways building, interlocking, hidden lock building and 2x builds, there is something for every LEGO® fan! Opportunities to build LEGO Star Wars, LEGO Trains and LEGO Sculptures will be provided. Building creations and playing games through imagination, helping the camper to gain confidence in LEGO building.
Young Rembrandts Pets, Pets, Pets!
Our students will be elated as we celebrate our cuddly friends in the Pets workshop. We’ll get our feet wet as we draw a stylized aquarium graphic., followed by drawing he playful side of our animal friends in amusing cartoon and realistic images. We will also create a wonderful pet-inspired, pastel illustration of our best friends. Please wear am p;d sjort tp class. Enroll today!
Thursday, December 26
LEGO Animation and Story builder Camp
Older campers (ages 7-12 years) will build their own mini movie set and create their own animated movie using provided LEGO® sets and mini figures! Younger campers (ages 4-6 years) will have the opportunity to use the LEGO Story Starter to create comics and stories.
Young Rembrandts Superhero Cartoon
Pow! Bang! Wow! Now you can learn to draw your own comic book superhero. We will complete several drawings while we explore a variety of characters. We will learn to draw the basic muscular superhero body and adapt it to the character of our choice. We will learn to draw action and movement while we complete the scenes around our superheroes, using pencils, markers and Sharpies™. Our collection of drawings will be impressive!
Friday, December 27
LEGO Amazing Machines
Build models using pulleys, levers, wheels and axles to learn about forces and motion; then be Lego Smart and invent your own machine to solve a real problem.
Gross Out Chemistry
Have a blast exploring the science behind chemical reactions! Create quicksand, flubber, slime and much more! We will form hypotheses, record data, and draw conclusions - like a real scientist! This camp will enable young people to explore scientific inquiry, plan and implement hands-on experiments, and most importantly - help them think scientifically.