WildCAMP! '23

Sign up for a fun week of activities!

PISD Students Only


  • July 17-20
  • 10:00-12:00, two 1-hour classes a day (same classes each day)
  • Location: Paris High School
  • Ages: upcoming 1st graders through upcoming 6th graders
  • Transportation will be available

It will be fun! And, it is free!

You can choose two classes to attend for four days! Read over the class descriptions below and sign up for your top two choices! This will be first come, first served, so if you do not see what you want that will mean the class is already full.

However, the sign-up has a spot at the bottom (after you pick two choices) where you can ask to be put on a waiting list for a certain class that you were hoping to get into. There will be no guarantees, but we will do our best to accommodate your request if a student cancels.

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Class Options

You will attend two classes for the four days of WildCAMP. Here are descriptions of the classes below.

Outdoor Adventure

Fishing, hiking, wildlife identification, OH MY! Get familiar with the outdoors and join Mr. Reeves for this fun outdoor adventure that will help students become more acquainted with all things nature and outdoors! Note: This class will be held primarily outside .

*parent permission and waiver will be required

**2 hour class each day - this will be the only class you can choose for the week

Junk Wars

Based on the show with the same title, Junkyard Wars encourages campers to build from junk. Those cardboard boxes, plastic bags and rubber bands you would normally recycle or throw away will be given another shot at something amazing. Possible challenges include bridges, catapults, parachutes, towers, and a variety of vehicles.

Anyone Can Dance!

This class is intended for anyone and everyone! Inspired by Remy from the Pixar Movie, Ratatouille. Just as "anyone can cook," anyone can also dance! Students will learn basic jazz techniques and use them in a full choreographed routine! Dance, games, and all things movement!

Children's Theatre

Calling all young thespians! Come with us on a journey into the world of theatre! Learn acting basics such as stage prescence, voice projection, stage directions and more. Students will also learn a small part in a One-Act play to perform the last day of camp.


Learn to look at life through a lens! Basic building blocks for taking pictures and some history of how it came to be. Students will leave with some fun educational links to the past and develop knowledge of current technology.

Wildcat Bootcamp

Welcome to Wildcat Bootcamp with your coaches, Adrianne Lowry and Lindsey Jones! What you will need: water, a towel, and a positive attitude. What we will work on: age-appropriate weight and cardio training combined with fitness games and stations to promote a healthy lifestyle.

Chef Willie

Come cook with us, your leaders Renee Moree and Monica Bankston! Come and learn kitchen safety, cooking skills, and recipes. You will be provided a binder with room for all you have learned so you can try out all you have learned at home!

*available for 1st-3rd graders

Enchanted Gardening

Get ready for gardening with a magical twist! Enjoy a week of basic gardening skills, magical flowers, and a delightful treat to end the fairytale of Enchanted Gardening.

Watercolors and Painting Fun!

Do you love to paint or want to learn? Join us for a class where we will be learning to paint dandelions, animals, and flowers! We will also paint a rock you can put in your garden or use as a paperweight.

FUN Science Experiments

Waves, Energy/Heat, Forces, and Water! Let's learn about them! In this class we will not only learn about these scientific elements, but experiment with them. Build a wave, make a device for sound, see how energy can be produced from chemical reactions, levitate a ping-pong ball, bend water, float a marker man and more. This class is science fun for all ages!

Super Simple Sewing

This week we will learn to thread and tie off a needle, make baby pompoms, and string

a garland. Campers will work with fabrics and learn to use a sewing machine. Everyone will leave camp with a homemade pillowcase!

Cooking - Just the Basics

Learn how to survive on what you have in your fridge! You will learn how to make simple meals that will get you started on the road to cooking success!! Did you know that cooking encourages thinking, problem-solving, and creativity? It also helps you apply counting, measurement, sequencing, following directions, and cause and effect! So, come join Stephanie Staggs to learn through doing..... and eating!!

* available for 4th-6th graders

Coding for Kids!

Learn to create computer programs, develop problem-solving skills, and work through fun challenges! Make games and creative projects with computer code to share with friends and family.

DIY Crafts & Gifts

This is the perfect summer to become a DIY'er (Do IT Yourself)! In this session you will learn how to create art for your room, craft and make gifts for you and your parents.


Origami, the ancient art of paper folding, has continued to develop in its designs. Want to learn how to make animals, gift boxes, ninja stars, airplanes, and other fun things? Come join me, Renee Townsend, your leader!

Please sign up below! Sign-up will close when all classes are full. First come, First served!

Do you have any questions?

Please feel free to contact Angie Black-Duran or Seanda Gilbert if you have any questions!



We look forward to seeing you at Paris ISD's 3rd Annual WildCAMP!

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