MSOS Afternoon Childcare (June 21 – July 15)

Afternoon Childcare (12 pm – 5:30 pm) will be available from Tuesday, June 21 – to Friday, July 15, 2022. The school will be closed on Monday, July 4, 2022 in honor of Independence Day.

Payment may be made in person or online (pay now below will be subject to a $15.00 processing fee). The deadline for payment is May 27, 2022

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Mary, Star of the Sea School 

Summer Program

June 21, 2022 – July 15, 2022

(Registration Deadline is Thursday, April 14, 2022)

Classes will be held Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm.  Please refer to Kama’aina Kids for before and after summer school child care options. 

Dates:  Summer school begins Monday, June 21, and ends Friday, July 15.  The Juneteenth holiday will be observed on Monday, June 20, 2022. There will also be no school on Monday, July 4 in honor of Independence Day. 

Dress: Uniforms are not required.  Clothing and hair should be neat and clean, appropriate to the activity.  No t-shirts with negative or unhealthy messages will be permitted.

Absences:  Please report all absences to the school office by calling 734-0208 as early as possible.

Grading:  Summer school is designed to be supportive, enjoyable, and fun.  Therefore, no grades will be assessed to students.  However, a “Comment Form” of evaluation will be sent home with students on the last day of class, just to let you know the progress your child has made.

Physical Education will be incorporated throughout Grades K-3 on a daily basis.  Instructor: Coach Greg 

Materials:  Backpack, Snack, Water Bottle.  Please refer to the program your child is enrolled in for program-specific materials to bring

Kindergarten to Grade 3 

KINDER-START – Kindergarten (4 hours) 

Instructor:  Ms. Holli  

Students will be taken on a fun and exciting adventure around the world. The students will “pack their bags” and take flight and discover new destinations. They will explore the wonders of the ocean, the majestic mountains, the vast safari, and the beautiful rainforest.  During each themed week we will read stories, work on letters and sounds, numbers and counting, hands-on science experiments, weekly crafts and more. Our journey will be educational and exciting!

Materials:  Pencil box, 2 glue sticks, scissors, My First Ticonderoga pencils, Crayola markers (12 count), Crayola crayons (24 count)

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STEPPING UP into First Grade (4 hours)

Instructor:  TBD

Welcome to the world of First Grade!  This summer, students will step into a fun and enriching first grade experience.  Students will explore their “All about Summer” program through, reading, writing, and math, and the arts. A daily exercise regime will also be included.  The goal of this program is to reinforce social, emotional, and academic skills and build confidence for the fall.

Materials:  Pencil box, 2 glue sticks, scissors, My First Ticonderoga pencils, Crayola markers (12 count), Crayola crayons (24 count)

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RISING STARS – Second Grade  (4 hours)

Instructor:  Mrs. Cynthia McIntyre

During our four weeks together, your student will travel to the ocean, the mountains, the safari and the rainforest. While practicing our reading, writing and mathematics skills, we will learn about the animals at each destination and their habitats. Active hands -on learning,experiments, art and outdoor play will also enhance the fun!

Materials:  Art Smock/Old T-shirt, two-pocket folder, pencil box, 12-pack pencils, 1 white eraser, 10 ct thick markers, 24-ct crayons, scissors. 

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STAR-BLAZING Third Grade (4 hours)

Instructor:  Mrs. Edlin Won 

Science, Technology,Reading, Engineering, Art, and Math. Students will design and conduct investigations as they learn to collect data while exploring the world around them. We will problem solve and communicate their findings through various experimentation and exploration, while still having fun!
Materials:  pencil and eraser, box of color crayons box of color pencils,box of colored markers,glue stick, Elmers glue,scissors

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Grades 4-8

Students in Grades 4-6 have the opportunity to enroll in either:

  1. One – 2 hour camp program 
  2. Two – 2 hour camp programs
  3. One – 4 hour camp programs

Grades 4-5 – Sports Camp (2 hours)

Instructor: Ms. Miya Nishibun

Want your kids to stay active this summer? An emphasis will be put on teamwork, building social skills, learning the fundamentals of a variety of sports including soccer, basketball, volleyball, handball, and pickleball, and of course, and have lots of fun! 

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Grades 4-6  Writer’s Club (2 hours)

Instructor:  Ms. Melia Marguleas

The Writer’s Club will be filled with exploration and creative thinking and writing! Keyboarding practice and explore creativity in writing with both fiction and non-fiction. 

Materials: Pencil, eraser, fine point markers, blue and red pen, glue stick, composition book, book of choice 

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Grades 4-6 Math Games/Club (2 hours)

Instructor:  Ms. Melia Marguleas

The Math Club will be designed to support soft math skills, develop critical thinking abilities, and show how mathematics can be applied to real life.  Students will have fun solving calculator riddles and brain teasers, explore with perspective, symmetry,  and geometric illusions, and more.   Students will design and create their own math games that relate math concepts to global issues. 

Materials: Pencil, eraser, fine point markers, glue stick, binder, calculator

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Grades 5-8 – Sports Camp (2 hours)

Instructor: Ms. Miya Nishibun

Want your kids to stay active this summer? An emphasis will be put on teamwork, building social skills, learning the fundamentals of a variety of sports including soccer, basketball, volleyball, handball, and pickleball, and of course, and have lots of fun! 

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Grades 4-8  ROBO CAMP (4 hours)

Instructor: Mr. Eachus 

Got the robotics bug?  It is never too late to learn more.  Robo Camp will kick-start you into the exciting world of robotics or prepare you for more advanced robotics.  It’s a great way to get ready for next year’s FIRST LEGO League competition.

Our Robo Camp is a direct extension of the STEM programs offered in our school.  We will be using the same scientific and engineering approaches to problem-solving during the Robo Camp that we practice in school.  Each Robo Camp meeting is designed to allow our children to use robotics to investigate and learn STEM concepts and experience the thrill of success. 

During the 4 weeks of Robo Camp, we will be exploring the nature and construction of robots, how to use the available sensors, and how to program the robot to accomplish specific tasks.  The theme for ROBO Camp is the “Into Orbit Challenge”.  We will examine how robotic technology is helping humanity explore space.  Then we will design, build and program robots to help us complete a number of simulated space missions.  And while the kids are having fun, they will be developing the knowledge and ability to use the tools, skills, and methods of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math..

Materials:  Composition Book, writing supplies 

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Summer School registration and payment deadline are Thursday, April 14, 2022.

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Payments may be made by cash, check, or credit card. An additional $20.00 service fee will be applied to online payments.

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