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GENERAL INFORMATION

  • Class size is limited, and enrollment and scheduling is on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • dTHS reserves the right to cancel any offerings due to under-enrollment or other circumstances.
  • dTHS will notify all registrants of final course/class decisions as follows:
    • JUNE 6 Semester 1: Summer School, Camp Eco-Botics, Summer Spark, and Summer Sports
    • JUNE 23 Semester 2: Summer School, Camp Eco-Botics, Summer Spark, and Summer Sports
  • FORMS
    • dTHS requires the following documents to have a “wet signature.” Please print, sign, and return the required Registration Agreement and Emergency Medical Form. These forms must be mailed, faxed, or hand-delivered to dTHS by June 9. Upon completion of registration the relevant links will be emailed to you, also, as a reminder.
    • dTHS STUDENTS ONLY : dTHS requires the following documents to have a “wet signature.” Please print, sign, and return the required Course Approval form for academic classes.

REFUND POLICY

  • If a student withdraws on or before May 12, 2017, 100% of the course fees will be refunded. The $100 registration fee will not be refunded.
  • If a student withdraws May 13–June 11, 40% of course fee(s) will be refunded. The $100 registration fee will not be refunded.
  • If a student withdraws for any reason on June 12 or any time thereafter, no refund(s) will be authorized.
  • dTHS will notify all registrants of final course/class decisions as follows: June 6-Summer School Semester 1, Summer Spark, Summer Sports, and Camp Eco-Botics June 23- Summer School Semester 2, Summer Sports, and Camp Eco-Botics
  • A full 100% refund will be made in all cases when a class is cancelled by the school. The registration fee will also be refunded, if you registered for only the one cancelled class.
  • If a student withdraws on or before May 12, 2017, 100% of the course fees will be refunded. The $100 registration fee will not be refunded
  • If a student withdraws between May 13 and June 11, 40% of the course fee(s) will be refunded. The $100 registration fee will not be refunded.
  • If a student withdraws for any reason on June 12 or any time thereafter, no refund(s) will be authorized.
  • If a student is dismissed or terminated from the course, no refund(s) will be authorized
  • dTHS will notify all registrants of final course/class decisions as follows: June 6-Summer School Semester 1, Summer Spark, Summer Sports, and Camp Eco-Botics June 23- Summer School Semester 2, Summer Sports, and Camp Eco-Botics
  • A full 100% refund will be made in all cases when a class is cancelled by the school. The registration fee will also be refunded, if you registered for only the one cancelled class.

TRANSPORTATION

There is no dTHS bus transportation available for Summer 2017. Parking and driving information will be provided to all registered students. The campus is available for student drop-off by 7:30am.

DRESS CODE

Summer Session dress is informal but must be tasteful and modest in nature. The school reserves the right to decide if students are appropriately dressed. No provocative or revealing attire may be worn. No torn clothes, bare feet, or bare midriffs are acceptable.

LUNCH / SNACKS

Students may bring snacks or lunch onto campus. Students are discouraged from bringing non-kosher food onto campus. Vending machines are available on campus.

2016-2017 Parent/Student Handbook

For students entering grades 6-10
Dates: June 13 – July 14 (No school July 3 and July 4)
Days: Monday – Friday
Time: 8:15-1:15
Teachers:  Becca Bodenstein and Hollie O’Brien
Location: dTHS Campus, Garden, and Maker Space
All materials provided

Camp Eco-Botics couples classic summer fun with futuristic tinkering in our high-tech Maker Space. Students will spend their summer frolicking, playing games, learning about sustainable gardening and cooking, and practicing yoga, AND will also build robots, learn engineering principles, and make objects with 3D printers. Taken together, students are engaged with a “Learn-by-Doing” approach and will develop a detailed appreciation for nature and wellness, as well as new skills in engineering disciplines.

On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, Eco-Botics campers will harvest, plant and care for fruits, vegetables and herbs in our organic garden.  Eco-Botics campers will cook this food, along with other delicious treats, in our state-of-the art kitchen. Campers will also do yoga, play team-building games, create arts and crafts, and form a community of new friends. On Tuesday and Thursday, Eco-Botics campers will build a rocket, design a 3-D printed gadget, create a puzzle cube, learn how to code a basic robot they have built, compete to see who has the strongest mini-bridge, and explore the Maker Movement utilizing Arduino.

These creative and enriching opportunities and many more await you at de Toledo High School’s Camp Eco-Botics.