About Archimedean Spring Camp

For over 15 years Archimedean Community Center (ACC) campers have spent their time at play in outdoors and indoors activities designed to help them grow confidently and learn social life skills while having the time of their lives. Indoor fun activities will alert campers’ minds and curiosity, providing them with a well-balanced developmental environment.

Our Goal
We strive to make each Camper’s experience unforgettable. ACC wants our campers to be exactly who they are while challenging themselves in a safe, inclusive, and supportive community. The staff and leadership team encourage campers of all ages to step outside their comfort zone and experience first hand learning alongside their friends. With seasoned directors and experienced senior and support staff on-site, we work as a team, making sure we take care of each and every one of our campers.

Friendship
Campers and staff at ACC make everlasting friendships that will be treasured for years to come. As many of our returning campers will confirm there is a special magic that exists in our camp; the songs, the silly games, and the memories are all parts of our experience.

Camp Tour Facilities and Location

The Archimedean Camp uses the Facilities of Archimedean Schools located in the beautiful area of Horse Country, an agricultural oasis within the residential area of Kendall Miami, Dade County, Florida. The facilities provide several open fields for outdoor activities, sports, and exercise, tennis, basketball and volleyball courts, classrooms, Cafeterias, library, labs and, playgrounds.

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Our Approach

The ACC Camp is an opportunity for wonderful new adventures, making friends, and learning through fun activities. By learning about the campers’ goals and needs, helping them have a wonderful time and formulate great memories, we engage with each child and we foster a sense of exploration, creativity, and growth. Whether the goal is to get involved in sports, to be creative and learn, make new friends, tackle homesickness or tell a great joke, our staff is there, listening and helping them every step of the way as they look after each child’s physical, mental, social and emotional well-being.

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Our Values

A Fun Place to Learn And Grow. Experiential learning, trying new things in a safe and inclusive, while making memories and friendships are the cornerstones of what we do and what we have always done. Campers will come to the Camp with curiosity and enthusiasm and leave a little more confident, a little more outgoing, and with a lasting memory of this truly special time. Our most important goal at ACC Camp is to foster a nurturing environment for all children, where they can grow as individuals and as a group.

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Directors & Staff

At the very core of ACC Camp is our staff, made up of teachers, education majors, college athletes, and coaches, among other young professionals. Our staff is carefully selected for their maturity, expertise, and passion for impacting the lives of children. All ACC staff is fingerprinted and drug ­tested by Miami Dade County Public Schools and the Department of Children and Families. Our senior staff is made up of mature and professional directors bringing to the ACC Camp expertise in the fields of childhood development, healthcare, program development, education, and more.

Camp Program

On-Campus Operational Protocol
We are constantly monitoring the updated guidelines in regards to Covid-19 on the Federal Level and the State Level along with the restrictions and decisions on the Local Level to ensure that the policies implemented provide the safest environment for the campers. To view our on-campus full operational protocol click here.

Activities
We believe that small groups of campers provide better monitoring and individual attention to all campers. Our groups consist of 1 group leader for every 9 campers.

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Have Fun

Have Fun

Exercise

Exercise

Play Games

Play Games

Do Arts & Crafts

Do Arts & Crafts

Outdoors Activities

A Camp should be enjoyable! Our program includes a range of fun outdoor and indoor activities focused on developing a body and mind balance in a relaxed environment where fun is a priority. This year we have included activities that build strength, flexibility, coordination, and endurance while promoting teamwork and sharing.

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Basketball

Campers Improve and develop their skill-building, ball-handling, shooting, rebounding, playmaking, speed and quickness, game strategy, conditioning drills, and learn how to develop an explosive offensive first step. Compete with their friends in the “Nock-out Basketball Game”

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Soccer

Experienced coaches, train our campers to improve their skills with intensive conditioning, speed & quickness training which ends with a match play. Our curriculum emphasizes creative play and enjoyment of the sport.

Kickball

All practices and games focus on having our campers exercise and stay healthy improving their social skills, while they relax and have fun learning the Basic Kickball drills of Kicking, Catching, Throwing, Pitching, Baserunning improving Flexibility and developing Strategic Thinking.

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Physical Exercising, Entertaining Games

Campers get to check their cardio skills in the Jumping Jacks competitions, increase their flexibility in the Stretches’ Station, check their endurance skills in the 2 laps & Jump Rope Competitions.

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Entertaining outdoor games

Improve your agility, balance, and precision with Dodgeball, and Egg and Spoon Race; improve your eye-hand coordination and fine motor skills with the Ring Toss Activity; Test your quickness and footwork skills over an Agility Ladder; improve your speed to catch a flying Ultimate Soft Frisbee; and much more.

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Playground activities

Enjoy the Archimedean playground in a safe and supervised multitask fun play and exercise environment.

Indoors Fun with Games & Art

How do you keep children entertained and active during the length of a camp program? The answer is thinking like one. You do not need a long list of complicated activities but smart, enjoyable, exciting, and challenging ideas that everyone will love. Our Spring Camp incorporates all these qualities in our activities!

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Entertaining Indoor Games

Enjoy playing with your friends on the Xbox; Participate in the singing Karaoke competition; Increase your focus and concentration playing with magnetic darts; Agility and reflex improvement with table tennis; Exercise your brain competing in Hangman, and board games; Develop your motor skills and your strategic thinking with the Giant Wooden Jenga and more.

Arts & Crafts

Arts & Crafts

Demonstrate your creativity with Clay Sculptures; combining colors in drawing and painting. Take home your hand made Bead Necklace and give your friend his Friendship Bracelet. Take home and decorate your room with your Stretching the Pantyhose Sculpture and your own Marble Paper frame; create an awesome Packing Tape Ghost.  These are just some of the awesome activities waiting for you

Baking

Baking

Learn how to Bake Cakes & Cookies to impress your friends; be familiar with baking techniques, how to Measure Ingredients, how to Follow Recipes; learn about Plating & Presentation, be familiar with Proper Table Setting and use of Kitchen Tools and Equipment.

Movie TIme

Relax at the end of the day watching your Favorite Movies in the afternoon hours. From educational movies to classic musicals, princess tales, and animated animals to superhero adventures and holiday favorites bring joy and amusement. All-time favorites are not only hugely entertaining, but they’re packed with positive messages and role models, giving children the potential for significant impact.

Field Trip

Field Trip

Horseback riding in the neighboring horse country once a week; Play soccer at the turf field of neighboring KSP soccer park; Walk the Nature Walk around the Campus through “Horse Country” and visit an Animal Farm.

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Food Glorious Food

ACC offers healthy meals prepared daily in the cafeteria. We use quality ingredients to prepare a variety of balanced meals. Each meal consists of protein, grains, vegetables, fruit, and dairy products. We take pride in serving quality, healthy meals to our campers. Lunch is offered to our campers at no additional cost.

Dates and Time Schedule

Camp will run from March 8th-March 12th. Supervision begins no earlier than 7:00 a.m. and will end no later than 6:00 p.m. Camp activities will be from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Those campers who remain past 6:00 pm will be charged a fee of $1.00 each minute after 6:00 p.m. to be paid at pickup.

Registration Deadline March 1st, 2021

Program and/or Schedule may change or canceled due to unforseen reasons.

Payment Terms

  • ACC members of 2020-2021: participation fee will be paid in 2 installments of $97.00 each. 1st payment on the first day of camp, 2nd payment on April 15, 2021.
  • Non-ACC Members of 2020-2021: participation fee is due on the first day of camp.

Payment Infromation

  • Registration Fee: $0.00.
  • Participation Fee: $194.00.
  • Participation Includes activities, sports, lunch, and field trip expenses.
  • 10% Discount for 2nd and additional siblings.
  • Hours of Operation: 7am – 6:00pm ($1 per minute after 6:00pm).
  • Field Trip and Activities subject to change or cancellation.
  • No discount for children who choose not to have Camp offered lunch.
  • No discount for children who choose not to attend the field trip.
  • Absences and cancellations are not refundable or transferable.
  • Free Collectible ACC 2021 T-shirts will be provided to all campers.

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On-site Camp Q&A

The camp office will be open between the hours of 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. however, in compliance with guidelines related to COVID-19, visitors are not permitted on Campus. You may find the registration document HERE.  Please fill out the fillable pdf document save it and email the complete signed form including the credit card authorization page to [email protected]
All forms and fees need to be paid and completed for your child to be fully registered to camp.
You may pay over the phone by calling the school’s phone number 305-279-6572 and request to be connected with the cashier.

The total cost is $194 for the week. See Detail HERE

Camp drop-off takes place at the North East side door of Building A (Castle) by the cafeteria beginning at 7:00 a.m.

  • For safety reasons, a parent/guardian must accompany their child(ren) to the camp check-in every morning.
  • Campers are not allowed to sign themselves in.
  • Please note that due to additional guidelines related to COVID-19, all campers will have their temperature checked in the presence of a parent/caregiver every morning before signing in.
  • Any child who registers a temperature of4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher will not be allowed to attend camp that day.
  • All parents & campers must wear a face mask during drop-off
  • All students and parents/guardians must maintain 6 feet of distance between check-ins.
  • There is no refund due to absences or current week cancellations

All campers must be picked up by 6:30 p.m. at the camp main entrance Building A (the Castle).

  • For safety reasons, campers will only be released to individuals on the original registration form.
  • All individuals must present their State I.D. card. Once the I.D. has been verified, the child will be brought to you at the door.

Please note that due to additional guidelines relating to COVID-19

  • All campers will remain in their assigned classrooms until their parent/guardian will request for them to be checked out. They will then be escorted to the gate by camp staff.
    All parents and campers must wear a face mask during pick up and maintain 6 feet of distance between checkouts. We appreciate your patience in advance.

Parents are not permitted inside the buildings and into the Camp during the whole day and as long as the Camp is in progress as a measure to comply with social distancing guidelines.
For appointments to visit our Campus please fill out the next form “For Appointments To Visit Our Campus”.

We are constantly monitoring the updated guidelines in regards to Covid-19 on the Federal Level and the State Level along with the restrictions and decisions on the Local Level to ensure that the policies implemented provide the safest environment for the campers. To view our on-campus full operational protocol click Here

Any Camper presenting symptoms of an illness or symptoms of COVID-19

  • Will be monitored in an isolated area until picked-up. We will be implementing CDC Guidelines for the appropriate measures to notify families, disinfect rooms, and when to return to camp.
  • Parents picking up students due to illness will have a 30-minute time limit for arrival following notification. Symptoms that will result in a child being sent home include (but are not limited to):
  • A fever of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher
  • Coughing
  • Headache
  • Upset stomach, vomiting, or diarrhea.
  • A child needs to be symptom-free (and in the event of fever must be fever free without the aid of fever-reducing medication) for 24 hours.
  • Upon return, students should bring a doctor’s note that they are not infected with COVID-19 and their symptoms are not contagious (such as allergies).

If your child or someone in their household is diagnosed with COVID-19, please contact the camp director immediately at (305) 279-6572

It is our policy in order to protect our campers and staff and we will be following:

  • Campers, ACC Leaders, and Coaches will be wearing masks during camp hours and have access to gloves as needed.
  • Campers should wear their own masks and have spare masks on a daily basis.
  • Individual disinfectant is recommended.

 

 

Proper handwashing and hygiene are a priority at Archimedean Summer Camp.

  • Our staff will be attentive in reminding and teaching campers about hand washing.
  • Campers will be taking scheduled hand washing breaks hourly in addition to after using the bathroom, before lunch, snack, and after hands-on activities.
  • Camp measures also include hand sanitizer stations accessible in each classroom and outside common areas.

 

 

All Campers will be given opportunities to use the restroom when needed.

  • Due to guidelines related to COVID-19, we will limit one camper in the restroom at a time.
  • We will be routinely disinfecting the restrooms throughout the day.

 

Maintenance staff will be cleaning/disinfecting classroom, restroom and cafeteria areas, doorknobs desks and surfaces commonly touched by the students and guests before, during, and after camp hours, according to the CDC Guidelines.

 

Your child will be required to bring a small to a medium-sized plastic bin to store their personal belongings.

  • Your child is allowed to bring toys or electronics from home.
  • In order to prevent virus transmission, we ask campers not to share their belongings.
  • ACC Summer will not take any responsibility for the loss, destruction, or theft of personal items your child may bring to camp. Please make sure to label everything with your child’s name.
  • The camp will make every reasonable attempt to safeguard camper possessions.

 

 

Due to Covid-19 guidelines and in order to avoid campers sharing

  • Campers are asked to bring a labeled small to the medium-sized bin. We will use these bins to store all of their personal items.
  • Each camper must bring in a labeled water bottle, as the use of the water fountains will be limited. Additionally,
  • Each camper must bring in a labeled face mask to be used in public spaces, arrival, and dismissal.
  • Individual disinfectant is recommended.

 

Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, we have to make sure we are meeting all guidelines. Therefore, all communications, questions, and concerns will be addressed at the camp gate. No parents will be allowed past our camp gate.
For appointments to visit our Campus please fill out the next form “For Appointments To Visit Our Campus”.

There are a wide variety of activities offered. Our program includes activities 
that are educational, recreational, and age-appropriate.

  • Outdoors activities include sports, games, and field trips.
  • Our indoor activities to name a few include arts & crafts,
 indoor games, movies, baking, cooking, and a variety of in-house presentations.
Program and/or Schedule may change or canceled due to unforseen reasons.

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Your questions matter to us. We look forward to further discussing how the ACC program can meet your child’s needs. Please fill out the form below so we can get to know you and your child(ren) a little bit better!

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To maintain social distancing guests are permitted on campus by appointment only.
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