Multi-Sensory Education | K-8th | North Bethesda, MD
(301) 299-4602

Diener 2022 Summer Camp

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2022 Summer Camp
June 27 - July 29, 2022

Five Week Program

Monday-Thursday: 9 am - 3 pm
Friday: 9 am - 1 pm

Important: Only accepting registration(s) for the entire camp session. No week-by-week registration due to COVID-19

Two Separate Camps
Elementary School Camp & Middle School Camp

We offer two separate programs for our Elementary School and Middle School students provided by the Diener staff.

Owlett Program: Elementary School students entering grades k-5
Owl Program: Middle School students entering grades 5*-8

*Incoming 5th graders may be enrolled in Owlet or Owl program based on Camp Admissions

Registration

Fee/Tuition: $3,750

Current Diener Students/Applicants:
• Email camp@thedienerschool.org with your child’s name and grade they are entering in Fall 2022
• Submit $100 deposit to The Diener School

Non-Diener Students/Applicants:
• Complete the Camp Application Online
• Submit a $50 deposit to The Diener School

Questions

Please contact camp@thedienerschool.org

Owlett Program Features

Elementary School

  • Thematic weeks with multi-sensory activities
  • Reading and Mathematics skills review incorporated into daily schedules
  • Speech therapy and occupational therapy integrated into the program
  • Field-trip (in-house or off campus) incorporated through each thematic week
  • Gross motor activities that develop body awareness, coordination, strength, balance, stability, and motor planning
  • Physical activity promoted in a fun and safe environment
  • Build self-confidence, self-awareness, and self-esteem
  • Covid-19 protocols in place

Owl Program Features

Middle School

  • Thematic weeks with multi-sensory activities
  • Reading and Mathematics skills review incorporated into daily schedules
  • Speech therapy and occupational therapy integrated into the program
  • Focus on development of social skills and executive functioning strategies
  • Field trips (in-house or off campus) incorporated twice through each thematic week
  • Exciting STEM projects and activities
  • Age-appropriate musical and visual art activities using a variety of media
  • Develop a greater sense of independence, responsibility, and self-esteem
  • Covid-19 protocols in place
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