CHEER Summer Camp for Fun
Updated: Nov 19, 2021
Open to everyone
Date: June 14th to June 19th (6 days)
Weekday Camp Registration Fee: $25 for a single student, $30 for families with siblings Fri/Sat ASL classes are free to the public.
Note: Weekday Fees are waived for CSUN-CHEER bridge project families.
Requirements and Materials
Rubik's Cube Solving: 3x3 cube with solid colors, please do not use a picture cube
colored pencils/ crayon/markers (make sure that you have a variety of colors)
eraser(s) Monday-Thursday Schedule
1:00 - 1:30 pm Happy Hour (Arrom Ellis and Leo Sun): Campers will be encouraged to interact and get to know each other. We have several games planned to help every child feel comfortable.
1:30 - 2:30 pm Kongfu (Alex N. and Emily R.):
Both Alex and Emily are accomplished martial artists. They are working together to help our campers get up and moving. They are teaching non-combative Kongfu in a fun interactive way.
2:40 - 3:45 pm Breakout Rooms:
Rubik's Cude Solving (Jerry Sun): This class helps students know the mechanics of a Rubik's Cube and solve it efficiently. For additional information, please access this link.
Art (Alicia Lin):
Students will learn how to draw popular cartoon Pokémon such as Pikachu and Charizard, along with many others in this class. They will learn the basics of sketching, lining, and coloring. They can also feel free to add background details of their choosing.
1:00 - 1:30 Meet LAPD Officer (Friday only)
Natalie Mundo is a Police Officer II for the City of Los Angeles and has been a member of the
Los Angeles Police Department for 7 ½ years. She has worked uniformed patrol for most of her
time but is currently assigned to LAPD’s Operations-Valley Bureau Community Outreach Unit.
Before being assigned to LAPD Operations-Valley Bureau, she was assigned to Foothill
Division’s Community Relations Office where she was responsible for community events, Jr.
Cadet program, and Volunteer Citizen Patrol program. In her current position, like Foothill
Division, she is responsible for various community events and outreach for the seven geographic
areas which encompass the whole San Fernando Valley. Natalie, a native of the San Fernando
Valley, continues to strive to help the community in which she grew up and now works in.
1:30 - 3:45 Sign Language for Beginners
This is a fully online course using that will teach introductory American Sign Language and Deaf culture. Deaf culture is important when learning the language. Students will learn ASL vocabulary and some elements of ASL structure when forming basic sentences. In addition, students will understand basic deaf history, which includes how oppression appears from a societal standpoint and the importance of allyship.
Angellé Thomas Ashlea Heyes Meet our instructors!
Teresa (Coordinator): firstname.lastname@example.org
Owen (Coordinator): email@example.com