TSONS offers three different “camp-like” programs during the year providing the option for year-round activity and engagement for our families and our students. The nine-week Summer Daze Program is open for students of all ages within the nursery school as well as the Parent & Me and Transition Classes. 

Summer Daze Camp

It is our goal to provide young children with exciting and age appropriate summer fun in a familiar, comfortable, and safe setting. The warm summer days will be filled with songs, arts and crafts, games, guest visitors, non-pool water play, pre-sports activities, and special surprises! The fabulous shade awnings and water play will keep us cool and comfortable, and our own pool is available for activities during Enrichment classes and swim lessons.

Nursery school aged children enjoy themed sessions that incorporate learning and play. Parents can sign their kids up to attend anywhere from two to five days each week from 9am to 1pm. There will also be Enrichment classes offered on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays which can extend your child's day until 3 pm.

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TSONS Summer camp is a great option for Pre-K who want to reduce the number of transitions before moving on to Kindergarten. Also, Kindergarten students can come back for summer days filled with fun activities for these “older” kids!

The Parent & Me and Transition aged children have a full nine-week program. Parent & Me classes are once a week, while the Transition classes are twice a week. The summer provides a wonderful opportunity for kids in Transition to get to know the children who will be in nursery school with them in the fall.

Our Summer Daze program also offers Enrichment Classes from 1:00-3:00pm. Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays is a Swim Enrichment where children have the opportunity to play and swim in a group setting with Enrichment teachers, a swim instructor, and a life guard on duty. On Wednesdays there is an Enrichment class indoors featuring a themed activity. This past year it was a Summer Cooking class where children made all kinds of fun summer food.