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A Jewish Summer Day Camp Experience
That Will Connect Your Child with Judaism and Nature
July 10 -14, 2017
An amazing experience for children entering 5th through 7th grades.
Cost: $340 for 5 days, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Extended day option of 3:00 to 5:30 PM available for an additional $125.
At Camp Teva we will:
Make rope, the natural way, Climb mountains, Build fires, Make friends, Use a map and compass, Sing songs, Identify trees, Hike to waterfalls, Rely on each other, Get dirty, and a lot more!
Sample Daily Schedule:
9:00 AM, arrive at Shaarie Torah, 920 NW 25th Ave
9:10 Boker Tov Blast
9:30 Board bus
9:45 Go to destination (samples follow):
Kelly Point Park
Milo McIver State Park
10:30 Arrive destination. Eat snack. Prepare for activity (samples follow):
Build fires, Make rope (the natural way!), Use a map and compass, Identify trees, in Hebrew and English, Tell direction with the sun and moon, Hike to waterfalls, Climb mountains, Sing nature songs, Cook treats on a campfire, Conduct science experiments!
12:00 Lunch (campers bring packed lunch from home)
2:10 Board bus for return to Shaarie Torah
2:50 Arrive back to Shaarie Torah
3:00 Camper pick up for 9:00 to 3:00 campers
3:00-5:30 Extended care option at Shaarie Torah
5:30 Camper pick up for 3:00 to 5:30 campers
Every day campers need to arrive at Camp Teva with the following:
Shaarie Torah’s Camp Teva is directed by Josh Lake. Josh received a Master’s in Education from the Jewish Theological Seminary and decided to bring Jewish education into the greatest classroom of them all: Nature.
Josh has been leading outdoor adventures for 20+ years. Josh is passionate about empowering your child to understand the connection between Torah, our lives, and a healthy environment. Josh is a Wilderness First Responder (WFR) with current certification. Your child’s educational, emotional and safety needs will be well served by Josh.
For more information, please call Shaarie Torah: 503-226-6131. At the present time, we regret that we cannot accommodate campers with special needs.