Five Questions For Camp Sagemont’s Camp Director Danielle Guski | Plantation FL Blog

What do you have planned for summer camps for this summer?
Camp Sagemont introduces Camp Clubs to our Traditional Day Camp program this summer. Every afternoon throughout the summer, campers will have the option to participate in a Camp Club in their area of interest. Each camper will have the ability to independently choose a new club such as general sports, critical thinking games, environmental club, tennis, arts and crafts, Spanish, and more! Also new this summer is Junior Lifeguarding Camp, Creative Writing Camp and Drama/Vocal Camp.

What are the registration dates, cost and dates of the camps?
Registration is now open. Our early bird savings ends April 15. Costs range from $325 to $400 per week. Camp Sagemont is open for nine weeks of camp from June 9 through Aug. 8.

Why should a parent choose Camp Sagemont this summer?
Camp Sagemont has something for every camper in the family from the traditional day camp for younger children to Art and Science Camps to Travel, Adventure and Junior Lifeguarding camp. Camp Sagemont embodies the entire camp experience when new friendships blossom, old friends are reunited, challenges are not only faced but conquered, and the lifelong memories of holding a snake, laughing with a best friend, dancing in the talent show, and participating as a team in a color war battle are made.

What are your main goals of your summer camp for students? Fun? Learning? A safe haven?
Our summer school and ESL programs offer students a traditional form of learning and progressing in their studies in a classroom setting, while our new Creative Writing camp offers students many of the traditional activities of camp with an opportunity to learn how to write creatively. Campers in our traditional day camp will also have fun learning through extreme science experiments or during a wild animal show, whereas campers can learn all about the ocean in Marine Science Camp. Campers will find a lot of fun in Sports, Travel

Please give an example of something fun or unusual that a student will make or can take home this summer.
All campers will participate in our new Spirit Beads and Charms program this summer. Each camper will receive a backpack keychain that they will collect and add different beads and charms to all summer.