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Camps offered by Bryan County Schools
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Richmond Hill High Schools baseball team hosted a summer camp last year. - photo by Evelyn Fallon/file photo

Week 1: May 31-June 3,

"A Walk on the Wild Side"

• Oatland Island Wildlife Center

Richmond Hill Fish Hatchery Fishing Expedition

• Corkin Family Fun Center

Wet and Wild Day (Double Splash Slide)

Week 2: June 6-10, "Games, Movies and the Great Outdoors"

Mary Kahrs Warnell Education Center

• Game Day

• Mighty Eighth Museum

• Movie at Royal Cinema

• Game Day/Fitness – Circus Obstacle Challenge

Week 3: June 13-17, "Ocean Wonders/Planes and History"

Ogeechee Canal Museum/Nature Center

• Fort Morris Historic site

• UGA Aquarium

• Survivor Day

• Savannah International Airport

Week 4: June 20-24, "Fish Tales and Forts and Fun"

Richmond Hill Fish Hatchery Fishing Expedition

• Tybee Marine Science Center

Fort Pulaski National Monument

• Movie at Royal Cinema

Jumps Station at Jumpin’ Jacks

The school system also offers Kiddie Kamp for 4- and 5-year-olds. Campers must be at least 4 by May 31 to enroll in this camp. Options are half-day camp, 9 a.m. to noon, or all-day, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Weekly themes for Kiddie Kamp are:

May 31-June 3: Learning about Camping

• June 6-10: Farm is Fun!

• June 13-17: Our Environment

June 20-24: Superheroes and Princesses

Specialty camps are available through the school district. Themes are:

May 31-June 3: Arts Festival (kindergarten through seventh grade), Track and Field/Cross Country (second through fifth grades and sixth through eighth grades), Karate (ages 5-16)

June 6-10: Cheerleading (prekindergarten through eighth grade), Tennis (kindergarten through second grade and third through fifth grades)

June 13-17: Dance Camp I — Summer Olympics (prekindergarten through eighth grade)

June 20-24: Royal Princess for a Week (girls, ages 4-7)

• June 27-July 1: Kids In-the-Kitchen Cooking (third through fifth grades), Branches of Science (kindergarten through fifth grade), Karate (ages 5-16)

• July 5-8: Karate (ages 5-16)

July 11-15: Dance Camp II — Dance on the Farm (prekindergarten through eighth grade), Tennis (kindergarten through second grade and third through fifth grades)

Complete information is available at

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