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What is SEED Summer Camp?

SEED (social-emotional education) camp is designed to develop social competency through creative, engaging, and physical activities. Students explore lessons on self-awareness, build friendships, develop responsibility, and discover their role in the community.  Summer programs are taught by our full-time staff who create personalized plans for each child.

Who can join summer at Journey?

Students aged 4 -13 years old are welcome.  Current students, new students, and students enrolled in other schools are welcome to join the SEED summer camp.  Campers can join for the full program or choose individual weeks to enroll.  

Summer Camp Dates and Hours

June 6 - June 30, 2022, Monday-Thursday from 8:30-2:30, and Friday from 8:30-12 p.m.


Summer Book Club

  • Strengthen critical thinking skills

  • Engage in meaningful discussions

  • Listen to insightful peer perspectives and add to the discussion


Hands-on projects focus on science, math, and spatial skills

  • Engage in a physical exploration of the real world

  • Use spatial thinking in  everyday learning 

  • Build on skills to explore creativity and curiosity 

  • Practice problem-solving with spatial placement exercises

  • Experiment with angles and scale through photography

  • Use gestures during problem-solving to convey messages and connect to learning



  • Develop coping skills while practicing responsibility

  • Connects to nature

  • Building responsibility through planting and caring for plants

  • Innovative learning environment


Social & Emotional Learning

Develop self-awareness competencies to:

  • Identify one’s emotions

  • Maintain an accurate and positive self-concept

  • Recognize individual strengths

  • Experience a sense of self-efficacy


Develop responsibility and self-management competencies to:

  • Regulate emotions

  • Manage frustration

  • Monitor and achieve behaviors related to school and life success


Develop community role and social awareness competencies to:

  • Exhibit empathy

  • Appreciate diversity

  • Understand social cues

  • Recognize family, school, and community supports

  • Establish role in the community


Develop friendship and relationship competencies to:

  • Build and maintain relationships with diverse groups & individuals

  • Communicate clearly to express needs and resolve conflict

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