When “opportunity knocks”, open the door! Matt Hall, the founder and owner of the already successful Super Stars Camp did just that when he negotiated the transfer of Camp Palmetto under his camp umbrella. Matt can now offer an even greater variety of summer choices for boys and girls in Broward and Palm Beach counties.
Matt, who holds a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership and years of experience teaching health and physical education, knows instinctively what kids need, which is why the curriculum has always leaned toward physical activities with Super Stars “Active” Camp. Matt seized the moment when he heard Camp Palmetto was closing its doors after 13 successful years on the campus of Loggers’ Run Community Middle School. With a slightly different philosophy than Matt, Camp Palmetto also had a long history and an excellent following of families searching for a curriculum that includes arts and crafts, cooking, and technology, along with activities and field trips for an enrichment of daily summer activities.
Consulting with professional leaders in the field of child development, Matt has worked throughout the winter to recreate and tweak the curriculum for both camps with an appeal to parents who are interested in giving their children options for the summer. Parents and campers are already providing positive feedback for the possibilities that will be offered by Super Stars and Camp Palmetto. Nothing changes for the sports lovers, while adding a whole new agenda for parents and campers wanting to mix it up a bit.
Choices for the summer campers include a full array of activities and field trips. Both camps are broken down by ages from those entering kindergarten through middle school students. Campers are kept in age groups to keep sports and other activities fair and fun. Super Stars activities include Swimming, Basketball, Soccer, Kickball, Flag Football, Water Slides, Color Wars, Camp Challenges, Capture The Flag and much more. “Our objective is to get your kids moving, having fun, and to promote a healthy lifestyle,” Matt says. Camp Palmetto’s curriculum will also include some of these activities, but for K through 4th grade, 3 field trips a week will be incorporated into their summer agenda.
Super Stars “Travel” Camp for middle schoolers and those campers headed into middle school provides engaging activities outside of campus and travel to local destinations that promote wellness, fun, health and education. For our 4th through 8th graders, c amp instructors oversee safe daily trips that include tubing/knee boarding, Extreme Go-carting, Planet Air, Rapids, beach days and much more. When campers return to campus, they can participate in enriching activities designed to keep them engaged in creative play.
Parents will find no long term contracts for either camp. A child can be enrolled for a week or for the entire summer. Campers can switch weekly from sports camp to field trips and activities. While utilizing all the amenities on the campus of Loggers’ Run Middle School, Matt is continuing use of the pool at Boca Prep International School. Whatever the choice, kids are with friends, supervised, and having fun all day. That’s the way a summer should be. When Matt opens the doors to both summer camps, your kids will want to be there!
Two Great Camps, One Convenient location!
Super Stars Summer Day Camp • 954-444-8548 • www.SuperStarsCamp.com
Camp Palmetto • 954-947-9502 • www.CampPalmetto.com