Eagles Day Camp
Eagles Day Camp is a summer care option for Dubuque families offered by Holy Family Early Childhood at Resurrection Elementary School.
At Eagles Day Camp, students of various ages will enjoy weekly themed programming, hands-on projects, social-emotional learning, arts & crafts, outdoor play, club time, and off-site field trips. This childcare experience promises to provide our little eagles with a unique camp-like summer care experience.
Age-appropriate programming and activities will be offered for children age 3 through grade 5:
- Discovery Eagles: Ages 3–5 (Children must turn 4 years old on or before Sept. 15; Limited to 24 participants.)
- Explorer Eagles: Incoming 1st through incoming 6th grade (limited to 60 participants)
Click on each tab for more information:
- Register for Eagles Day Camp via ProCare, Holy Family's Early Childhood program software.
- Registrations are accepted until capacity for the week is reached.
- As a DHS licensed program, additional documentation, including immunization records, will be required. These will be provided and can be returned or completed on the first day of camp.
Registration will open to the public on April 5. In order to register, please complete this Google form. You will then receive registration instructions from Eagles Day Camp Director Emily Burke on April 4.
Interested in Holy Family's traditional Summer Camps?
Since Eagles Day Camp is now hosted at Resurrection, we are no longer able to chaperone students to attend Holy Family summer camps taking place at Central Campus.
Eagles Day Camp Weekly Themes
Each weekly session will follow a theme-inspired daily schedule, including:
- Educational activities
- Outdoor play
- Library time
- Social/emotional friendship and skill-building time
- Club time (to explore individual interests)
- Lunch and snacks
- Structured and unstructured game time
- Creation stations
- Gym time
- A field trip or enrichment activity hosted by guest instructors
Registration includes an Eagles Day Camp t-shirt to be worn on field trips and sunscreen.
|1||June 5–9||Nature Adventure||Get ready for a week of outdoor fun! We will be exploring what nature has to offer, right in our own backyard. From planting our own garden, to a Swiss Valley creek stomp, you will become a nature explorer.||Swiss Valley and EB Lyons||May 22||June 5|
|2||June 12–16||Helping Hands||Come with us on this week-long adventure as we learn about the different helpers in our community. Police officers, fire fighters, farmers, and more! We will be visiting various locations around town to get a better understanding of those who help us.||Asbury Police and Fire Station, Asbury Park, and MidWestOne Bank||May 29||June 12|
|3||June 19–23||Let’s Get Moving!||Get ready to get moving! This week, we will be exploring different sports and activities to get us up and moving. We will also explore topics such as how we move, why movement is important and creative ways to get moving. We will be testing our skills out at All Around Gymnastics and The Mystique Ice Center!||All Around Gymnastics, Mystique Ice Center, and School Age Group to Derby Grange Mini-Golf||June 5||June 19|
|4||June 26–30||STEM||Calling all scientists, mathematicians, and engineers! Grab your lab coats and join us for a week of slime, experiments, and field trips that will test your STEM knowledge. This week, your child will become a junior scientist and embark on a series of scientific adventures!||Creative Adventure Lab and River Museum||June 12||June 26|
|5||July 3-7||Stars and Stripes||Let’s show our patriotic pride just in time for the Fourth of July! We will be doing all things red, white, and blue. Join us as we learn about the history, traditions and importance of Independence Day through games, crafts and more!||Eagle Point Park and Dinosaur Dimensions Visit||June 19||July 3|
|6||July 10–14||Creation Station||Come explore your creativity by building, constructing and thinking outside the box! We’ll have a full week of creativity, and your child will make projects to take home each day. These projects will include paper mache, clay sculptures, paintings, and more!||Downtown Mural Walk and Paint Party||June 26||July 10|
|7||July 17–21||Animal Kingdom||Animal lovers unite! Get ready for the wildlife experience of the summer. Throughout the week, we will be meeting various animals, wild and tame. We’ll be playing lots of wild animal games and activities. Through arts and crafts projects, books, games and a few bonus activities, too, your child will be as busy as a bee!||Storybook Zoo and Henry Vilas Zoo (Madison, WI)||July 3||July 17|
|8||July 24–28||Wonderland||This week, we will be bringing characters to life! From movies, video games, books and board games. We will explore characters such as Sonic, Pac-Man, Mario, Bluey, and more through games, crafts and dramatic play.||Phoenix Movie Theater and Dubuque County Fair||July 10||July 24|
|9||July 31–Aug. 4||Food Frenzy||This week will test your culinary skills. Campers will experience activities such as: taste tests, cooking classes and a field trip to a local grocery store. Explore and unlock the science behind culinary treats we create this week.||Arboretum and Hy-Vee||July 17||July 31|
|10||Aug. 7–11||Splashtacular||Come cool off with us! Every day this week will be filled with water activities. Where does water come from? Where does rain come from, and where does it go? We will explore all things water. This week, we will venture to Cloie Creek Splash Pad. On Friday, we will host our last day of summer bash!||Cloie Creek Splash Pad and Last Day of Summer Party!||July 24||Aug. 7|