Forget the summer slide! RRLS day camps keep children learning and moving over the summer break. Each session includes two complete group classes with a certified teacher, as well as a variety of fun and dynamic activities, both indoors and outdoors.


Day Camp Schedule

8:30am-9:00am       Drop-off

9:00am-11:00am     Class 1

11:00am-11:45am    Activity 1

11:45am-1:00pm     Lunch and outdoor games

1:00pm-3:00pm      Class 2

3:00pm-4:00pm     Activity 2

4:00pm-5:00pm     Aftercare (optional)


Day Camps


Grades: JK-2
Class 1: Handwriting (Power Pencils – Printing)
Class 2: Early reading (The Yak Pack)

This camp helps little ones learn or advance their foundational printing skills by using the Power Pencils program. Students will also improve basic reading, learn new sight words, and practice phoneme skills. Each student will receive the 9-book Yak Pack set to continue their reading journey at home.



Grades: 2-4
Class 1: Early math (Mathemagics)
Class 2: Written Expression (Power Sentences)

This camp begins with Mathemagics, an active, engaging program designed to unleash students’ developing numeracy skills! Students explore skip-counting, mental math strategies, place value, and more. In the afternoon, students will develop their writing skills using the Power Sentences program. Students learn the parts of speech and types of sentences, constructing stand-alone sentences, and building multiple sentences with a single topic.



Grades: 3-6
Class 1: Written expression (Power Paragraphs)
Class 2: Keyboarding (QWERTY)

This camp will allow students to learn the foundations of paragraph writing and how to construct well-written sentences using the Power Paragraphs program. Students will also improve their typing skills using QWERTY, a typing program designed to instill proper keyboarding techniques, including correct posture and positioning, and strategies to improve accuracy and speed.



Grades: 4-7
Class 1: Critical thinking (Creative Coding)
Class 2: Critical thinking (Creative Coding)

This camp allows students to develop their critical thinking skills by building unique computer games in Scratch 3. Students will explore the code of games they love before learning to design their own. By the end of the program, each student will have designed and created three unique games to share with their friends and family.