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Beginner Tumbling July 25-29

Summit School

Monday, July 25, 2016 - Friday, July 29, 2016
Summit School 2100 Reynolda Road Winston-SalemNC  27106
Monday, July 25, 2016 - Friday, July 29, 2016
Summit School 2100 Reynolda Road Winston-SalemNC  27106

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What's Included

Beginner Tumbling Session 2: July 25-29 4:15pm-5:30pm Girls & Boys Ages 7-11 Open to anyone with or without tumbling experience. Learn various floor skills. This class does not use the apparatuses used in gymnastics classes. Focus on floor skills such as cartwheels, round offs, standing backbends, backbend kick overs, front walk overs, back walk overs and back hand springs. Questions about this class contact Coach Kyrra at kdavis15610@yahoo.com or Jeff Turner at jturner@summitmail.org

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Summit Summer 2015

 

Summit Summer offers a wide variety of enriching, challenging and fun day camps for 3 year-olds to 10th graders. This summer the program is running for 7 weeks with over 60 camp options. Families may sign up for just one week or spend the summer at Summit! Early morning and late afternoon care are available.

 

Summit Summer gives students chance to learn and have fun. The teachers are qualified professionals with extensive experience in their subject areas and in child development. The atmosphere is welcoming with a majority of non-Summit students participating. The classes are designed for personal attention with low student-teacher ratios.  Camps include: baseball, soccer, lacrosse, basketball, golf, art, technology, robotics, photography, reading, music, drama, theatre, science, hiking, rafting,  cooking, dance and more!

 

June 22- August 7      

Most camps are Monday-Friday, 9:00am-2:00pm, $240 including lunch

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