Get to Know Our Students and ALFs at Mosaic!
What does summer camp look like? By the start of camp, we may decide to alter a few of our structures based on feedback from students and ALFs. We continuously evolve and adjust our model to better serve our communities. That said, a typical week has this basic structure:
On Monday of the week we hold a Set The Week* meeting. This is where children and adults schedule offerings for classes/activities/games/crafts/experiences. We populate a daily schedule board for when and where the offerings will take place. Highlights from camp last year included choreographed dance, plays, soccer matches, collaborative building and exploration in Minecraft worlds, face-painting, slacklining, music jams, blacksmiting, and much more. These are just a few examples of what is possible based on what the facilitators and campers bring to Set The Week.
9:30am Meeting in Small Groups aka Spawn Points*: In stand up we, state our intentions for the day, make announcements, and request any support needed from others.
10-2:45pm The Magic: This is when we engage in scheduled offerings and/or spontaneous activities.
2:45pm Reflection in Spawn Point* In our small groups, we check in and reflect on what we did with our day.
3pm Clean Up*
3:15pm Whole Group Reflections & Gratitude*
*Required attendance. Students may pick and choose which offerings to attend and how else they spend their time, however they must participate in our morning and afternoon meetings and also help clean up the school each day.