Category Archives: After School Info

SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION

 

Eugene Science Center

Eugene Science Center (formerly Science Factory) is hosting 10 weeks of full-day summer camps for rising 1st – 5th graders (completed k – 5th in June 2018). Camps run from 9 AM to 4 PM with extended care available from 8 AM to 5 PM. Eugene Science Center members receive 10% off, and scholarships are available; receive an additional 10% off after your first week of camp. Campers will explore engineering, nature, astronomy, anatomy, paleontology, and other STEM topics in fun and exciting ways. For more information, and to register online, please visit: eugenesciencecenter.org/events/camps-and-workshops/science-adventures-camps/

 

South Eugene Basketball Camp

The purpose of the South Eugene Basketball Camp is to provide instruction of all fundamentals of the game of basketball to all children between the ages of 5-15. The camp is directed by the head coach of the South Eugene Boys’ Basketball program, Dave Hancock and the Head coach of the South Eugene Girls’ Basketball program, Don Brown. Current high school players will assist the head coaches. The camp runs from June 18-21 (Monday through Thursday), at the South Eugene Main & Small Gym, from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.  It costs $75 per player or $60 if two or more siblings. https://seathletics.com/main/campsclinics

 

Nearby Nature

If your kids enjoy exploring, biking, bug catching, treasure hunting, and other fun nature adventures, then they should participate in Nearby Nature’s outdoor summer daycamps! Nearby Nature’s camps are a unique medley of adventure, science, nature, art, play, and gardening. Most take place in Alton Baker Park, in the group’s unique Learnscape Gardens. Daycamps run from June 18-August 31, last one week each, and serve kids from three to 13 years old. Half and full day options are available and enrollment is limited to 12 children per camp. For registration as well as scholarship information, see http://www.nearbynature.org/programs/daycamps or call 541-687-9699.

 

Whole Earth Nature School

Whole Earth Nature School offers your kids a chance to get outside this summer and have an epic adventure while learning real outdoor skills. Our expert staff and excellent one to six staff/student ratio ensure that our instructors are engaged with getting to know every camper personally. Campers will grow in their confidence, resilience, and kinship with nature. Each camp has a unique theme and no two camps are ever exactly alike. Scholarships are available. Spaces will fill quickly.

View the camp schedule and register online at NatureCamps.org

 

OCC Summer Camps

Are you interested in music? Register for summer camps at www.oregonchildrenschoir.com. For the K-5th-graders, there is an OCC/RCT Collaboration Camp with Wayne Strong from Aug 13-17 9am-1pm at 1376 Olive St.

 

South Eugene Soccer Camp

At South Eugene High School Soccer Camp, your child (for students entering grades 1-9) will enjoy all the high school soccer team players as counselors, learn from their years of experience, and have a lot of fun improving his or her skills and confidence!  Kids are grouped by the grade they’re entering in the fall, so they’ll see some old friends and meet new ones! Each soccer player receives free soccer ball. Camp held at YMCA field/SEHS turf and grass fields. Monday – Thursday, June 18-21, 9am-2pm$130 for first kid $110 for siblings $65 for free/reduced. Register Online at: eugeneYMCA.org  starting 4/26.

 

Volleyball camp

University of Oregon Volleyball is pleased to offer a variety of volleyball camp options this summer. This includes our Youth Camp which is designed for elementary and junior high students (beginning and intermediate level). All Youth Camp participants receive a volleyball and a Duck t-shirt. Youth Camp will be held on three nights in July (7/9 – 7/11) from 6:30-8:30pm at Matt Knight Arena.

Registration is available at duckvolleyballcamps.com. Questions – email: rbeick@uoregon.edu

Youth Track Meet

TrackTown Youth League meet for all-comers May 22

The TrackTown Youth League is a series of 15 FREE all-comer track meets across Oregon, open to all boys and girls ages 7-14.  Events include the 100m, 400m, 1500m, long jump and turbo javelin.  No prior track & field experience is needed! Top finishers will advance to a championship meet at Hayward Field at the University of Oregon held in conjunction with the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships!

 The meet in Eugene is Tuesday, May 22, at Churchill High School and check-in is from 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. To Register: http://www.tracktownyouthleague.com/meets

Golf & Tennis Afterschool

Golf & Tennis Afterschool At Edgewood Elementary Starts In April!!

 

All levels K-6th are welcome whether you are brand new, or you are trying to earn your next TGA color level. TGA brings the golf course and tennis court to you, making it convenient and affordable to learn and play golf or tennis right on your school campus in a fun and safe environment. All equipment is provided!  Financial aid is available!  Sign up today at www.playtga.com/soregon!  Tennis – Fridays 3:00-4:00pm, Golf – Thursdays 3:00-4:00pm.  Location:  Edgewood Playground/Field

Academic Achievement Center (AAC)

The Academic Achievement Center (AAC) is excited about the possibility of adding Edgewood Community Elementary School to our pick up service for the STEM Shuttle! We want to see what the interest level is now and see if there is enough interest in an Edgewood pickup. We hope to start picking up after school at Edgewood on Tuesday and/or Thursdays. If you’d like more information on the program you can go to https://www.eugeneaac.com/aac-shuttle or call the AAC at 541-654-4999. Space on the shuttle is limited to 10 students per day. There currently is not an option for Edgewood on the registration page, so please email the AAC at mike@eugeneaac.com and indicate if you’d like Tuesdays, Thursdays, or both Tuesdays and Thursdays. The cost would be $30/day and scholarships are available.