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Spring Break Camps

A young boy holds part of a parachute above his head outside on the Cohos Commons field.

Our spring break camps are offered for children and youth in Grades 1 through 12 and run March 25 - 29, 2019. 

Grades 1 - 3
Course nameCourse codeDatesRegistration
Super Hero Sport Camp YCMP 106/CRN 31396 March 25 - 29, 2019 Register
Register for lunch (select CRN 32199)

Keep your children active and entertained with a full week of adventures at the SAIT Campus. This camp experience includes a variety of physical activities, sports and cooperative games on our field and in our gymnasium. Campers will also take home a fun craft or experiment made at camp. An e-gaming component will also be introduced for a short duration of the camp. You can bring your lunch or sign up for our lunch program.

Note: Please pack comfortable shoes, gym clothing, a swim suit and a towel.

Future Poets YCMP 019/CRN 32136 March 25 - 29, 2019 Register
*Register for lunch (select CRN 32160)
Campers will explore the amazing world of poetry through nursery rhymes and popular poets while learning about rhyming and poetry structure through engaging activities. Campers will take home their own works of poetry in a book.
What Things Are Made Of YCMP 008/CRN 32158 March 25 - 29, 2019 Register
Register for lunch (select CRN 32160)
Ever wonder what makes up the things around us? From the things we sit on, to the things we eat, everything is made of something. Explore the world of matter and colour through interactive and engaging activities. Campers will take home an activity.
Grades 4 - 6
Course nameCourse codeDatesRegistration
Multi-Sport Camp YCMP 107/CRN 31397 March 25 - 29, 2019 Register
Register for lunch (select CRN 32199)

Explore a wide variety of activities in the gym, field and pool facilities at SAIT. Fuel your passion for physical activity and try out unique sports that may include cricket, rugby, and kayaking. Get off the couch for spring break and try new some new activities.

Note: Please bring comfortable shoes, gym clothing, a swim suit and towel.

Science Explorers YCMP 020/CRN 32137 March 25 - 29, 2019 Register
Register for lunch (select CRN 32160)
Campers will spend the week exploring different careers in science - from forensics to environmental scientists as well as chemists and cosmeticians. Campers will participate in engaging activities and take home a lab booklet!
Literacy Explorers YCMP 018/CRN 32138 March 25 - 29, 2019 Register
Register for lunch (select CRN 32160)

Campers will explore the world of literacy — from traditional books and poetry to media through engaging and interactive activities. They will be able to identify aspects of literacy to become informed citizens and take home a project.

Grades 7 - 12
Course nameCourse codeDatesRegistration
Weld-a-Saurus YCMP 009/CRN 32159 March 25 - 29, 2019 Register
Register for lunch (select CRN 32160)

The age of the dinosaur is back and you can be part of the re-creation. Start by learning how to use a MIG welder and basic welding techniques such as beading, padding and the gas metal arc welding process. Practice your skills by welding a variety of projects and then transform a steel plate into the skeleton of a dinosaur. Take home your welding creations at the end of the week.

Dress code requirements: All participants are required to wear closed-toe shoes with a good tread; no sandals or open-toe shoes permitted in the shop. Steel-toed boots are preferred but not required. Rubber boots are also
appropriate footwear. Do not wear canvas/cloth shoes, as the sparks may burn through the material. Long pants are required to be worn in the shop; no shorts, capris, low-cut tops, or loose clothing that could get caught in power
tools. Coveralls or clothes that can get dirty are preferred. Participants with long hair should ensure that they bring hair elastics to tie back their hair.

Safety note: Eye and hearing protection will be provided. Participants are required to adhere to the safety precautions outlined by the instructors; safety infractions may lead to removal from the program.

Note: Oversized take-home item.

Lunch program

We are pleased to offer a lunch program for our spring break campers featuring a daily hot food option, as well as salad, a selection of fresh fruit, a dessert option and a choice of juice or milk.

Registration is required and closes at 12 pm (MT) on the Thursday before the camp begins. No late lunch registrations will be accepted. Lunch registration is not available the morning of camp.

Register for lunch using your child's name. Please ensure the dates for your child's camp and the lunch program date match prior to registering. 

There are separate lunch programs for non-sports campers and sports campers. Please ensure you have registered your child in the correct lunch program based on the type of camp in which they are registered. The price and menu for both lunch programs is the same. 

We regret that items and/or meals cannot be purchased individually. We are unable to pro-rate the cost of the lunch program for any reason. We have made every attempt to avoid nuts in lunch program meals, however we cannot guarantee that lunch ingredients have not come into contact with nuts or nut products. We strongly encourage campers with nut allergies or other food allergies to bring their lunch from home.

Before and after care

We're pleased to offer complimentary before and after care for all participants. Families do not need to register for this additional service.

  • Before care: 7:30 am - 9 am (1 hour)
  • After care: 4 pm - 5:30 pm (1 hour)
  • Location: Campus Centre Building

Campers who have not been picked up by 5:30 pm will be relocated to security with an administrative staff to be signed out.

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