Summer SessionJune 10
Education OfficesDebra Baron, Theatre Arts Training Director
firstname.lastname@example.orgLaura Delventhal, Education Manager
The Children's Theatre Company (CTC)exists to create extraordinary theatreexperiences and to advance theatreas a means of educating, challengingand inspiring young people. We arecommitted to improving the quality of life for children and families in ourcommunity, state and region.
CTC’s theatre arts training program is
dedicated to providing an outlet forthe natural creativity of the childrenand families of Minnesota. For over45 years, our dedicated artists,craftsmen, administrators, youngartisans and volunteers have workedtogether to ensure a meaningfulartistic experience for all.Guided by the National EducationStandards at each age and grade level,our teaching staff provide a nurturing,positive and safe learningenvironment so that each individualchild will find his/her unique voicewhile exploring the creative processwithin a community of their peers.
Come and meet the teaching staff! Ashort orientation for parents andguardians is held during the first fiveminutes of each camp session to meetthe teaching artists and becomefamiliar with the camp space.
Welcome! Time For Camp!
OPEN DOOR POLICY
Parents are welcome to observecamp. You may do so from thehallway, though the window. If youchoose to be in the classroom, knowthat you will be invited to participatein the classroom activities.
We do not allow visitors (other thanparents) into the classroom whilecamp is in progress. ANY visitor to CTCmust check in at the Stage Door withthe monitor. This is for your safetyand the safety of our students.
WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP
No food, juice, pop is allowed in theclassrooms during camp. Studentsare encouraged to bring waterbottles. Students may also bring ahealthy snack to have after the campsession. If students are registered fora full day, please pack them a lunchthat does not require refrigeration ora microwave. Please note that toyweapons of any kind are not allowedin TAT or any of our camps.
We have several students eachsession with severe peanut or othernut allergies. Please make sure tothoroughly wash hands and faces of students who have consumed anynuts or nut-based products. Also,please do not send any nuts or nut-based products with your students.