Summer Registration

Summer Registration forms are due by May 1, 2020.

IMA offers a variety of programs that foster an entrepreneurial mind and spirit throughout the summer for IMA students. Join us for a week, or the entire summer! Students will build lasting relationships with peers in multi-age classrooms.

Classroom Language Models & Teaching Staff

IMA teachers sign up based on their summer availability and may or may not be present every week of the summer. Summer programs continue to promote a language immersion environment; however, this is flexible during the summer months, and not all languages can be guaranteed each week. IMA does not offer any full immersion models over the summer.  

Snack & Lunch

Snack & Lunch: Daily, students, will be served morning and afternoon snack in addition to lunch. The lunch menu will be emailed monthly.

Rate

IMA bills summer programming at a weekly rate, per session. Summer programming is invoiced on July 1 and August 1 for any weeks attended. Please view the registration form for more information.

Summer Discount: Enroll for 5 or more sessions and receive a 10% discount per session.

Refund and Liability Policy: Amendments/cancellations must be made prior to the first of the month when invoices are posted. There will be no refunds granted once your Brightwheel account has been invoiced for summer programming.  

Primary Summer Program (3 years – 6 years Old) Per Session:

Days

Per Session

5 Half-Days (9:00A M-12:30 PM)

$375

3 days a week (9:00 AM-3:00 PM)

$375

4 days a week (9:00 AM-3:00 PM)

$400

5 days a week (9:00 AM-3:00 PM)

$430

Toddler Summer Program (15 months – 36 months) Per Session:

Days

Per Session

3 days a week (9:00 AM-3:00 PM)

$410

4 days a week (9:00 AM-3:00 PM)

$435

5 days a week (9:00 AM-3:00 PM)

$465

Extended Care Rates Per Session:

·       Before-School Program 8:00-8:45 a.m.

·       After-School Program 3:00-6:00 p.m.

      (Complimentary Before-School care is included for any child who attends the After-School Program)

Per Session Rates

Before-School Program

After-School Program

3 days a week

$20

$70

4 days a week

$25

$85

5 days a week

$30

$95

School Closures

IMA is closed July 4th and Summer Vacation the week of August 26-August 30. There will be no summer programming. The first day of school for the 2019-2020 school year is Tuesday, September 3, 2019.

Summer Camp Registration Poster

Hours

School Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. 

Extended Care Hours:

·       Before-School Program 8:00-8:45 a.m.

·       After-School Program 3:00-6:00 p.m.

 Complimentary Before-School care is included for any child who attends the After-School Program.

Per Session Rates

Before-School Program

After-School Program

3 days a week

$20

$70

4 days a week

$25

$85

5 days a week

$30

$95

 

Summer Registration forms are due by May 1, 2019!
After May 1, space is offered on a first-come, first-served basis is there is availability

Primary Recess Montessori School Kindergarten Seattle

Session 1: IMA Entrepreneurs are Inquisitive! ( June 24 - June 28)

In this camp, our young scientists will be mesmerized by chemical reactions, oozy, gooey creations, and slimy science fun!  Using everyday household items, we will explore the wondrous world of science with strange mixtures that creep, bubble and stretch our knowledge and thinking powers.

Session 2 Theme: IMA Entrepreneurs are Adventurous (July 1 – July 5)

The great outdoors awaits as we discover the world of camping.  Pitch a tent; Go on a scavenger hunt; Make a campfire.  Sing campfire songs!  These are just a few of the activities that will make camp IMA an excellent time for all!

Session 3 Theme: IMA Entrepreneurs investigate things that go! (July 8 – July 12)

IMA Entrepreneurs investigate things that go! We are calling all things that go vroom!  Join us as we delve into the properties of physics.  Experiments and projects will involve rubber band racers, flying high parachutes, paper airplanes, helicopters, and blast-off rockets.

Week 4 Theme: IMA Entrepreneurs observe the Earth and elements of nature (July 15 – July 19)

IMA Entrepreneurs observe the Earth and elements of nature!  Our young crafters will take inspiration from their natural surroundings. With a little imagination, children will use objects found in life and transform them into amazing works of art.  

Week 5 Theme: IMA Entrepreneurs wonder about wildlife (July 22 – July 26)

IMA Entrepreneurs wonder about wildlife!  Pack your bags and travel the world as we learn about our animal friends across the globe!  Along the way children will encounter different animals, learning how they survive by using their amazing features!  Through hands-on activities and crafts, this camp is sure to engage each child’s sense of wonder.    

Week 6 Theme: IMA Entrepreneurs understand the value of spending, sharing and saving (July 29 – August 2)

IMA Entrepreneurs understand the value of spending, sharing and saving!  During this camp, we will learn all about money and how to recognize and count both coins and bills.  Children will discover what it means to spend and save. Classrooms will transform into an IMA General Store children will learn the inner workings of how to run and shop at IMA's storefront.

Week 7 Theme: IMA Entrepreneurs Dive Deep (August 5 – August 9)

IMA Entrepreneurs invent and create! This week will be all about visiting landmarks around the world as children tour the globe! Engineering skills will be put to the test as children take on STEM challenges such as building paper bridges, making towers from foam noodles and toothpicks and much more!

Week 8 Theme: IMA Entrepreneurs Explore (August 12 – August 16)

IMA Entrepreneurs care for the community!  Ever wonder what a day in the life of a police officer or a doctor is like. Children will take a closer look at the different people who live and work in our communities. This thematic based week will introduce children to the essential jobs that make our neighborhoods and city so unique.

Week 9 Theme: IMA Entrepreneurs Observe & Predict (August 19– August 23)

IMA Entrepreneurs find appreciation in the world we live in!  Grab your binoculars and get ready to observe some beautiful, amazing birds!  As we spend this week learning about beaks, feathers and NW feathered friends, children will discover what makes each bird special and unique. Children will work on a bird identification portfolio, documenting bird behavior, habitats, and conservation.