Opportunities for Families

March 23, 2018

Kids 5 - 11 years old will enjoy a week-long intensive music program designed to improve your music skills and learn about composers, music styles, music theory and more! Activities include: Fun music games, Music Appreciation, Musical Math, Musical Art, Learning about composers, Listening to classical music, outdoor fun! June 11-15. Half or full day options are available. Reserve your spot today!
Website: http://www.internationaltalentacademy.org/index.php/summer-camps/http://www.internationaltalentacademy.org/index.php/current-schedule/
Flyer: http://www.internationaltalentacademy.org/index.php/summer-camps/
Audience: Ages 5-11

Summer Camps and Events
Stop the "I'm bored! There's nothing to do during the summer!" conversation before it starts. YAT has programming for all K-12 students this summer, with scheduling to fit your needs! There are original YAT plays as well as classic renditions of others such as Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland. There are day and weekly camps as well as an overnight camp in July.
Website: http://www.yatkids.org/
Flyer: http://www.yatkids.org/summer/
Audience: All schools with an emphasis on grades 4-12


U.S. Global Engagement & the Military
For students and families interested in international relations, please join us on March 27, 2018, 7-9 pm in the Freshman Cafeteria to hear Pierre Atlas talk about "U.S. Global Engagement & the Military."
This program is presented by the Indiana Council on World Affairs Great Decisions 2018. Dr, Atlas is a political science professor at Marian University and is a recognized expert on the Middle East.
Families are welcome [$10] and admission is FREE for high school students.
SEE: For an on-line printable PDF brochure, please visit www.indianaworld.org and look for the "Great Decisions" tab.
Audience: Academic WorldQuest participants. Those interested in peace, world affairs, families, students, travelers, international residents, social studies, geography, GIS, diplomacy, foreign relations, immigrants to the U.S. and others.

March 16, 2018

Science Fun Day Camp
The “Science Fun” Day Camp is a fun-filled, hands-on educational program for youth in grades 3 - 5. During camp, youth will have the opportunity to learn “Science Skills” with Purdue staff and volunteers in the areas of Chemistry, Robotics, Animal Science, Health and Wellness, Plant Science, Water Science and Science Art. Meet experts from Dow Science, Community Hospital, a pharmacist and a veterinarian.
Registration form and fee are due by March 15th. Space is limited so don’t delay.
Website: www.extension.purdue.edu/hamilton
Flyer: https://api.ag.purdue.edu/api/DepotWS/File.ashx?t=f&i=67755
Audience: grades 3-5
Contact: Kendra Nowell, 3179246811, knowell@girlscoutsindiana.org

Egg Hunt for Riley
Join us on Saturday March 24th from 11AM-1PM at Carmel High School's Football stadium for our annual egg hunt benefiting Riley Hospital for Children! Hunt will begin promptly at 11:15. If there is rain on this day, the location will be moved to the CHS Main Cafeteria (Door 7). This event contains 2 egg hunts (one for 4 & under, one for 5 & up), stations of Easter themed games, music and more all for a donation of your choice to Riley Hospital!! Hope to see you there!
Audience: all grades, genders, schools, etc.
Contact: Sarah Wolff, 846-7721 ext 7269 swolff@ccs.k12.in.us

March 9, 2018

Technology Titan
STEM Spring Break Camp open to all girls grades 4-9. Camp is sponsored by Girl Scouts of Central Indiana, Codelicious, and Art with a Heart!
Website: www.girlscoutsindiana.org
Flyer: https://www.facebook.com/GirlScoutsofCentralIndiana/photos/a.356526164370837.78105.207185235971598/1668621646494609/?type=3&theater
Audience: Girls grades 4-9.
Contact: Kendra Nowell, 3179246811, knowell@girlscoutsindiana.org

Carmel Swim Spring Evaluation Date
The Carmel Swim Club is hosting spring evaluations on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 from 6:00-7:00 pm at the Carmel High School pool, door 21. No appointment is necessary. If your swimmer (age 6 or older) is placed into one of our training groups, he/she is welcome to take advantage of our free trial of the program March 21-23. After the free trial, a decision can be made to join the club. More information can be found at www.carmelswimclub.org or by calling 317-575-8244.
Audience: Grades K-8; both genders; elementary and middle school
Contact: Lisa Sheets, 3175758244, carmelswimclub@gmail.com

Community Easter Egg Hunt
Come join the fun at the annual Community Easter Egg Hunt on Monday, March 19th sponsored by the Hamilton County 4-H Junior Leaders. The hunt will be held at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds, in Noblesville. Youth ages 8 and under are invited to hunt for eggs filled with candy and prizes. Please bring your own basket. Farm animals will be available of petting and photos.Youth can have their face painted for a monetary donation. Proceeds will go to Good Samaritan.
Audience: Grades K-3



In an effort to cut down on paper used for flier distribution, printing costs, loss of classroom instructional time, and fuel consumption associated with the distribution of materials to our students and parents, Carmel Clay Schools distributes opportunities for CCS families via a Friday email and posting on our website for 4 weeks.

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