Spring Break Clarkston Style

Annual Spring Break Tips Brochure :

This is an informational brochure that is Eblast to all parents of Clarkston Community Schools. The brochure discusses the concept of “spring break” and how to assist in planning a safe vacation for their children. 

 

Spring Break Clarkston Style 2018 List - Please click on Links to view Flyer or to visit their website!

 
SuperNOVA Volleyball  - Spring Break Clinics Cost is $60
Looking for a great way to learn and practice your volleyball skills? Come join
us for a fun-filled volleyball session.
2 day clinic - Monday, April 2nd and Wednesday, April 4th 6:30-8:30 pm   Grades 4th - 8th    Elite Sportsplex, 2212 Mall Drive East, Waterford, MI
For registration and payment details go to www.supernovavolleyball.com     Questions? Contact Deanna Bueno at (248) 904-2627
 
Futskills Soccer Academy (Soccer Camp) 
Oakland County Parks (Marshmallow Drop) 
Stars & Stripes (Staycation Camp)
Parks, Recreation & Seniors (Spring Break Camp Elementary & Teen)
Springfeild Township Library (click here to learn more)
Our therapy dog, Annie will be here Tuesday April 3 & Thursday 5, 10:00 to 11:30am. Call ahead to reserve a 10-minute slot.  
Make-and Take cafts from Monday, April 2 through Saturday, April 7.  
Clarkston Independence District Library
Robot Invasion! Monday April 2, 2018 2-3pm  Grades 3-5  Calling all 3rd-5th graders! Come and play with our robots! We’ve got Sphero: Minis, Ollies, and Star Wars, and don’t forget about the Ozobots! See if you can make it through the maze, draw a picture, play a game, or discover a new way to play! You can also make your own perler bead robot to take home! Grades 3-5. Registration Required.
Spring Break Clarkston Style Movie – Coco Wednesday April 4, 2018 2-4pm All ages welcome. Join us for Disney’s new movie Coco. Popcorn and lemonade will be provided. Drop in if you’re free for the afternoon!
 Escape Rooms Friday April 6, 2018 Time slots at 2:30, 3:00, 3:30, 4, 4:30, and 5:00  Grades 6-12 Can you escape the Escape Room?  Join us as teens work together to solve a series of puzzles quickly and accurately in order to break out of the room before the timer hits zero! Please only register for ONE slot. This event is repeated 6 times throughout the day to include more participants.  Grades 6-12. Registration Required.
Table Top Game Day Saturday April 7, 2018  1-4pm All ages Stop by and play one of our many fun games! You don't need to bring anything, just show up ready to eat some popcorn. Perhaps you'll discover your new favorite game! No registration required. 

Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church

Is offering a Spring Break Mission Experience, extending into another southeast Michigan community and sharing God's love!  Each day we will work with Rippling Hope (Detroit) for some inside and outside projects. 
April 4th we meet at Calvary at 8 am to carpool to Rippling Hope.  We will return back to Calvary by 5 pm and youth will head to their homes for the night.  April 5th we meet back at Calvary at 8 am to car pool again to Rippling Hope.  We will return back to Calvary that evening for a lock-in.  The lock-in will wrap up Friday morning, April 6th, by  8 am.  Join us for either day or both at no cost to you.  We do ask that you attend at least one day session if you are planning to join the lock-in.  Go to calvaryinfo. org or http://www.calvary-lutheran.org/#/youth/spring-break-mission to register.  
Wint Nature Center, Independence Oaks County Park
Camp “Ology” Tuesday & Wednesday April 3-4, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Come and spend your spring break at the nature center as we talk about multiple “ology” topics. We will study rocks and fossils with geology, look at animal droppings with scatology and maybe make up our own “ology.” Every day will be a new adventure with talks, activities, crafts and more. All supplies and snack are included. This is a kids-only event, suitable for ages 5 and older. A signed release form is required with registration. $12/child or $21/child if attending both days
The Vanishing Ponds of Spring
Saturday, April 7, 2-4 p.m.  Did you know that some ponds contain water only during certain times of the year? Vernal ponds create a unique home for many amazing creatures. Join us in the classroom and woods as we explore myriad macroinvertebrates and others that call this temporary water “home.” Dip nets and microscopes will be available for use in a guided pond-dipping experience. Learn about citizen scientist opportunities in Oakland County to better understand the vernal ponds right in your neighborhood. Warm beverages will be served. Appropriate for school-aged children through adults. Dress for the weather. Muck boots or other waterproof footwear is recommended.   Appropriate for elementary-age children through adults. Children must be accompanied by a registered adult for this program. $4/person
Pottery Workshop - Mini Succulent Garden
Sunday, April 8, 10-11:30 a.m. OR 2-3:30 p.m.
Trending: succulents – Using oven-bake clay, create two mini pots with step-by-step instructions. Choose from the provided succulents, and bake the pots at home, then create your own mini succulent garden. All materials, tools and plants provided. Beginners to advanced potters welcome. Suitable for school-aged children and adults. Children must be accompanied by a registered adult this program. $15/person
 
 
Scholarships are avalible by request Please send contact infomation to Tonya@clarkstonyouth.org  

 

 

Spring Break Clarkston Style is an initiative organized by the Clarkston Coalition for Youth-in collaboration with the Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce, Clarkston Community Schools, Clarkston PTA Council and Independence Township to promote alternative activities that encourage our students to make better choices during their Spring Break.

 

 As you know, Spring Break is an annual week off from school and for some, this week has become an excuse for some young people to experiment with drugs and alcohol. The Clarkston Coalition for Youth spearheaded this initiative in 2011 to help our youth make better choices by encouraging businesses to offer healthy, supervised and affordable activities to them during the week of Spring Break. The Clarkston Coalition for Youth is not responsible for the activities and safeguards associated with any events included in the 2018 Spring Break Clarkston Style promotional materials. At any time, when children are out in the community, everyone should take safety precautions and be mindful of risks. 



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2018 Spring Break Activiy and Sponorship Packet-

 

The 2018 Spring Break Clarkston Style Planning Committee
Tonya Cunningham and Mary Schleusener- Clarkston Coalition for Youth,
Kate Zywicki- Calvary Lutheran, Rosemary Retford- Clarkston Independence District Library
Heidi McClain-Clarkston Community Schools,  Lisa Christensen- Independence Parks, Recreation & Seniors

 

Do you want to be a part of our Spring Break Clarkston Style 2019? ( click here for the form after 5/1/18)
Are you a business or organization that wants to offer something over Spring Break 19'?
Are you a Business or organization that wants to support our efforts?
Are you a business or organization that want to promote all materials?