Registration is now available! Summer camps and offerings available for all ages and skill levels.
Ages: 6 - 7
Session Length: 3 Weeks
A full-day camp created especially for current TMS Kindergarten students, as well as TMS Preschool graduates who attended Kindergarten this year.
For children that just completed Kindergarten, TMS offers a full day camp. Led by TMS drama specialist Dominick Chicotel, campers will explore general safety: traffic, pedestrian, water, fire, and home safety, then create a short play for peers. Camp also includes games, outdoor play, sharing circles, University Circle walks and field trips, and water play days.
Preference is given to current TMS Kindergarten students. Enrollment for TMS Preschool graduates (Spring 2023) may be available depending on available space.
Wrap Around Care available for current Kindergarten Plus campers ($250).
Children must bring a nut-free lunch and water bottle from home daily.
Online registration is not available for this camp. Please contact Kathy Grau at KGrau@TheMusicSettlement.org for information and to register.
Inclusion options and supportive programming may be available to assist students/campers. Please call The Music Settlement's Center for Music Therapy at 216-421-5806 ext. 104 or email us to discuss whether a program and/or camp has the potential to be a successful experience for your child. The Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship is not an eligible fund for any camp at The Music Settlement. (This fund may be used for music therapy services.)
|June 03, 2024 - June 21, 2024 Jun 03, 2024 - Jun 21, 2024
|Monday - Friday
|9:00am - 3:30pm
Dominick Chicotel has been facilitating structured dramatic play at The Music Settlement since 2015, and has been working with children ages 3-13 for over twenty years. He graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor's degree in Theater Arts, and moved to the Cleveland area shortly after. Dominick... Expand
Dominick Chicotel has been facilitating structured dramatic play at The Music Settlement since 2015, and has been working with children ages 3-13 for over twenty years. He graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor's degree in Theater Arts, and moved to the Cleveland area shortly after. Dominick then spent two years working for the Great Lakes Theater residency program. Dominick then received a Master's degree in Education from Ursuline College, and began running his own classrooms. Dominick has also directed countless theater productions for children ages 5-13 throughout the greater Cleveland area.Close