Palisades Charter High School

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15777 Bowdoin Street
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

Iverbe Day and Sports Camp 

Location: Palisades Charter High School
Ages: 4-14
Grades: DK-8th

Summer Dates and Cost (includes lunch): Registration is now open.

Session 1 – June 17-28 (no camp June 19) $855

Session 2 – July 1-12 (no camp July 4) $855

Session 3 – July 15-26 $950

Session 4 – July 29-August 2 $475

Hours: 9:30-3:30

Extended Care: 8-9:30am and 3:30-5:30pm

CIT Program: Counselor and Training Volunteer Program for incoming 9th and 10th graders

Activities Include: Sports, Games, Arts and Crafts, Special Event Days, Water Days, Tournament Days, Swimming at Pali Pool (Grades 2nd-8th only)

Refund Policy: Any cancellation prior to May 1st 2024 is a 25% of session fee. No refunds after May 1st 2024 for Summer 2024.

 

For grades DK-3rd

9:15 – 9:45 Checking in!
Campers will check in with their counselor and then enjoy some time to warm up and get acclimated to the day. All campers check in on the football field and get to play football, soccer, tag games, and more with their counselors and friends while everyone arrives. There’s music playing and this is a time to make kids feel comfortable and excited for their day.

9:45 – 10:15 Morning Assembly
Our morning assembly is designed to help each camper feel welcome and comfortable to start their day. This is a time they see their counselors get up in front of the camp to and display their unique personalities and humor. We sing songs, act out skits, have camp challenges, and dance! At Iverbe, we want our campers to feel comfortable to try new things, and our morning assembly helps them to not take the day too seriously! On Fridays, we have a big dance party where everyone is invited to let loose!

10:30 – 12:00 Group Activities
Every Monday and Tuesday we start our activities with icebreaker games. Our camp games are designed to help each camper break out of their shell and feel a part of their group. These games promote self-esteem and team building skills that support our campers in achieving positive experiences throughout their time at Iverbe. We feel that once your child feels comfortable, they are ready to reach their greatest potential as a camper. The rest of the week this time is filled with sports, arts and crafts, cooking, and camp games. This part of the day is devoted to your child trying new activities. Check out our activities page to see some of the games they will get to play!

12:00 – 1:00 Lunch Time!
We have a lunch program that provides a variety of healthy and delicious food options to choose from. Walk up to our camp café and order lunch! For our younger campers, parents have the option to let the counselor know of any special requests. After they eat, each camper will have a free choice period to enjoy their time. This time is a lot like recess. Our counselors play catch, tag, three flies up, and other games in a relaxed environment.

Our lunch menu consists of:
Cheeseburgers/hamburgers/hot dogs/chicken nuggets/deli sandwiches/chef salads/grilled cheese/quesadillas/turkey tacos/ and more…

Each lunch will be provided with seasonal fruit, vegetables, and bottled water.

We always can make special requests depending on dietary restrictions and allergies.

We have water stations set up all throughout camp for your camper to fill up their water bottle.

1:00 – 2:30 Special Interest Groups (SIG)
This time is designated for campers to choose what they love to do. Our special interest groups are a favorite among the campers. They have two 45 minute time periods to choose from a long list of activities. Activities include:

Baseball/basketball/flag football/soccer/tennis/handball tournaments/kickball/water play/hide and go seek games/circle games/camp games/arts and crafts/cooking/jewelry making/block building/martial arts/dance party/yoga/chess/star wars light saber training/Legos /and much more…

2:45-3:00 Snack and Afternoon Assembly
Sit back, relax, and enjoy a refreshing Popsicle as we close our day. During our afternoon assembly, we will have fun challenges like our famous watermelon eating contest or a half court shot challenge. The fun never stops, as our counselors will choose kids to join in on some of the funniest contests ever. If your child doesn’t feel comfortable to partake, no worries; sit back and enjoy the show. This part of the day promises to leave your child wanting more!

3:00- 3:30 – Carpool
During carpool, the children are able to sit and recap with the group about their favorite parts of the day as well as offer suggestions on what they would like to add. As you drive up, the counselors will check them out and send them on their way with highlights of their camp day!

4th – 8th Grade

Our 4th – 8th grade program provides campers with a more sports-oriented day with a strong emphasis on sportsmanship, leadership, and, of course, having fun! At Iverbe, our 4th – 8th graders are considered our ‘Big Dogs’ and are thought of as the leaders at our camp. We structure their day so that they can play a wide variety of sports, camp games and free choice activities. 4th – 8th graders also go on field trips once a session and have the option to compete in tournament days every Friday.

9:15 – 9:45 Checking in!
Campers will check in with their counselor and then enjoy some time to warm up and get acclimated to the day. At this time campers can shoot hoops, play catch, catch up with friends, hang out with their counselor, or get an impromptu game of soccer going!

9:45 – 10:15 Morning Assembly
Our morning assembly is designed to help each camper feel welcome and comfortable to start their day. For the Big Dogs, we have highlight ceremonies that that acknowledge top plays and acts of sportsmanship from the previous day. We also have morning challenges for our older campers such as football tosses, relay races, and many more. This is a time campers see their counselors get up in front of the camp to display their unique personalities and sense of humor. At Iverbe, we want our campers to feel comfortable to try new things, and our morning assembly helps them to not take the day too seriously!

10:30 – 12:00 Group Activities
Every Monday we start our day off with icebreaker games. These games are designed to help each camper break out of their shell and feel a part of their group. These games promote self-esteem and team building skills that support our campers in achieving positive experiences throughout their time at Iverbe. We feel that once your child feels comfortable, they are ready to reach their greatest potential as a camper. The rest of the week this time is filled with sports, arts and crafts, cooking, and camp games. This part of the day is devoted to your child trying new activities.

12:00 – 1:00 Lunch Time!
We have a lunch program that provides a variety of healthy and delicious food options to choose from. Walk up to our camp café and order lunch! For our younger campers, parents have the option to let the counselor know of any special requests. After they eat, each camper will have a free choice period to enjoy their time. This time is a lot like recess. Our counselors play catch, tag, three flies up, and other games in a relaxed environment.

Our lunch menu consists of:

Cheeseburgers/hamburgers/hot dogs/chicken nuggets/deli sandwiches/chef salads/grilled cheese/quesadillas/turkey tacos/ and more…

Each lunch will be provided with seasonal fruit, vegetables, and bottled water.

We always can make special requests depending on dietary restrictions and allergies.

We have water stations set up all throughout camp for your camper to fill up their water bottle.

1:00 – 2:45 Afternoon Activities
Afternoons for 4th – 8th graders provide for more of an individualized approach to camp. During this time, campers are able to choose the activities that they love most. These activities include sports, camp games, arts and crafts, and cooking. Every 4th – 8th grader has the choice to do art every day (Monday – Thursday) and cooking two times a week.

2:45-3:00 Snack and Afternoon Assembly
Sit back, relax, and enjoy a refreshing Popsicle as we close our day. 4th – 8th graders often play up until the last second prior to being picked up. Occasionally, we have afternoon assemblies or games/challenges where each kid is involved. This part of the day promises to leave your child wanting more!

3:00- 3:30 – Carpool
During carpool, the children are able to sit and recap with the group about their favorite parts of the day as well as offer suggestions on what they would like to add. As you drive up, the counselors will check them out and send them on their way with highlights of their camp day!

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