JULY 2019

Keeping up with Colonial

This  month's video segments include a story about Colonial's Summer Feeding Program and all of the summertime activities at Castle Hills Elementary School. Click the arrow to view.

Camps, Camps, and more Camps!

Check out all of the different camps Colonial offered to students this summer for just $75  every Monday through Thursday for four exciting weeks!

Sock it to Me...Soccer Camp was a Ball!

Campers learned the fundamentals of the game from the best, William Penn's varsity soccer coach Jason Land.

Take Me Out to the Ballgame

William Penn's baseball coach Kyle Hitchens gave campers a few pointers about playing the game.

Ready for Some Football!

William Penn's head varsity coach, Matt Sabol, started grooming students early at football camp so they'll be ready if they decide to try out for the team in high school. The kids loved learning from the best!

Taking it to the Mat at Wrestling Camp

Kids got to learn the basics about the sport and loved every minute!

Art is in their Heart

William Penn art teacher Barbara Winkler shared her love of art with students who made all kinds of beautiful projects to take home.

Basketball-Take it to the Net!

Gary Lumpkin, a William Penn basketball legend and now a teacher at the school,  talked to campers about the fundamentals of the game, making good choices, and showing dedication. The students couldn't wait to hit the court!

Volleyball was a Hit

Learning about the game was a real team effort that was enjoyed by all!

STEM Camp where Learning was Fun

Charla Williams made certain campers had a great time doing projects related to science, technology, engineering and math. The kids did everything from making lava lamps to dropping eggs with parachutes.

We know how to Photoshop!

Thanks to teacher Gary Phillips, students learned the basics of photoshopping so they can practice manipulating pictures on their computers at home.

Culinary Camp-a Yummy Time!

Every week had a different theme like "A Tour of Italy," and the best part was tasting the results. Thanks, Chef Ian Baker for all of the recipes!

Down on the Farm at Ag Camp

Kids got hands-on time with the farm animals at Penn which was an exciting, first-time experience for many. Teacher Karen Ferrucci and members of Future Farmers of America made certain the camp was memorable for the kids.
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