Summer

Course Catalog and FAQ

How to register:

  • Find your child’s level and review the course catalog.
  • Choose the order of the courses you would like for your full-day experience. You only need to choose one option per week.
  • Click Register Here. Registration opens March 12.
  • If you have not previously registered for a summer program or after school program with us, you will be prompted to set up your account with Camp Brain before registering.

Levels:

Level 1 Entering Kindergarten
Level 2 Entering 1st and 2nd Grade
Level 3 Entering 3rd and 4th Grade
Level 4 Entering 5th to 7th Grade
Teacher Assistant Program Entering 8th to 12th Grade

Course Offerings:

Procedures, Protocols, and FAQs:

List of 12 frequently asked questions.

  • Q. Reduced Number of Total Camps?

    We have decreased the overall size of our program to limit the total number of individuals on campus in any given week.
  • Q. Set Cohorts?

    Students will be assigned a cohort for the week and will stay with this group as they rotate throughout the day. Cohorts are limited to 10 students.
  • Q. Full Day Only Schedule?

    At this time, we will only offer full day programs. If guidance changes, we may be able to add half day offerings later.
  • Q. Offering Changes?

    Full Day Multi-topic
    • Level 1: There will be 2 programs offered each week. Students will attend one in the morning and one in the afternoon. You can choose the order.
    • Level 2: There will be 3 programs offered each week. Students will attend all 3 each day.
    • Level 3: There will be 3 programs offered each week. Students will attend all 3 each day.
    • Level 4: To allow a deeper dive into a topic, there will only be 2 programs offered each week. Students will do 1 in the morning and 1 in the afternoon.
    Full Day Single Topic
    • Levels 3 and 4: There are full day options where students will do one topic for the full week.
  • Q. More Outdoor Time?

    All our camps will have a dedicated outdoor space where most of their activities will take place. Physical distancing guidelines of 6 feet will be followed throughout the day.
  • Q. Increased Support Staff?

    We will hire more Instructional Assistants to provide recess supervision and rotation help for the smaller groups.
  • Q. Revised Drop-Off Procedures?

    Drop-off will include a daily health screening and campers will go directly to their outdoor meeting site. Parents will need to remain in their cars during drop off.
  • Q. Masks and Sanitation Procedures?

    All campers and teachers will wear masks and follow public health guidelines surrounding handwashing and cleaning procedures throughout the day. During the transition time between activities, equipment will be sanitized before the next group arrives.
  • Q. Eating During the Day?

    Snacks and Lunch will be eaten outside in each program’s designated meeting spot. Students will sit at least 6 feet apart while eating.
  • Q. Mask Breaks?

    Designated benches will be used for students who need to take a mask break during the day.
  • Q. No Extended Care?

    To prevent cross-group interactions, we have eliminated extended care from our program. Pick-up for all full-day campers will run from 3:45 to 4:00PM.
  • Q. Alternative Options?

    As teachers design camps, they are preparing a contingency option—either outdoor-only or virtual—to ensure that we can adapt if necessary. Some programs will offer a virtual program and there is a virtual offering each week for Level 4.
Open Window School provides a challenging academic curriculum blended with nurturing support from teachers that prepares students for long-term success.