Another Great Summer Camp Completed

Posted on Jun 25, 2018


200+ campers ages 5-14 are soaring into their second week of Rainey Institute’s “Dreamers to Leaders” Summer Day Camp! So what does a day in the life of a Summer Camper look like? Kids start the day with some fun in the sun. Catch with friends, hula hoops, chalk art, music, and the playground all provide endless amusement. At 9:30 am, the kids line up by age group and come inside to participate in a very special morning activity we refer to as Tea-Time. Tea-Time consists of a sing-along, a presentation of the W.A.C.K.Y. News, and a fable. Led by the Rainey Band, sing-along songs include “We’re the Rainey Kids,” “Bridges,” “Communal Family,” “The Personality Quilt,” and more. Brought to you by Rainey’s own WRIAFM Radio Station, the W.A.C.K.Y. News is comprised of a weather report, fun facts, and camp announcements, all presented by a new group of campers each day. Tea-Time concludes with a fable directed by the imaginative Mr. Titus. Campers, Teen Assistants, and Staff all take part in acting out a story that provides our future leaders with an important life lesson. By 10:00 am age groups break off into separate classes in dance, drama, music, visual arts, ceramics, sewing, creative writing, reading, and math! Campers rotate through the 45-minute classes for the rest of the day and are provided a healthy lunch around noon. The fun does not end there. Every Friday, Summer Campers get to go on field trips to the Zoo, Huntington Beach, Fun-N-Stuff, Tower City, and Pioneer Water Land! If you would like to visit and see how Rainey Institute’s Summer Day Camp is turning Dreamers into Leaders, feel free to contact us via phone at 216-881-1766 or send an email to to set up an appointment.