SEE Camp - Teachers & Staff

 
 
 
 

Our Amazing SEE Camp Instructors in Mountain Lakes, NJ:

SEE Camp employs a highly qualified staff with expertise in areas that range from education to recreation to cultural activities and the arts. Our staff of professionals has worked diligently in the off season in order to provide a top-rated program to our campers this summer. We look forward to working with your children!

Chris Patrick, our Camp Director, enters his 19th season at his post. He previously filled the position of Recreation Director from as early as 1993. A high school social studies teacher and track coach, he has taught courses at the Gifted and Talented Institute. Chris is a graduate of Albright College, in Reading, PA and holds a Master’s Degree in Education Administration.

Our Science department is once again directed by Marie Stelling, who enters her 13th year with SEE. Marie holds her MS in Chemistry and is currently a physics teacher at Pompton Lakes High School. Prior to entering the teaching field, Marie was a research scientist for Hoffman LaRoche and the CIBA Corporation. Marie also teaches at the Gifted and Talented Institute.

Directing our Project Discovery will be seasoned teacher and former SEE Counselor Bobby Hebenstreit. This is his second summer in this capacity. Bobby is a high school history teacher but he also wears the hat of a tech guru!

SEE Camp welcomes back Truc-Lan Vu our Theater Director for the fifth summer. During the school year, Truc-Lan is third grade teacher in Summit. She brings her love of performance and experience as a school musical director to our show. We look forward to singing and performing with her!

Art Director, Judith DelRio, a seasoned art teacher, returns to SEE Camp for her 17th summer. Judy has previously served as Visual Arts Specialist at the Essex County Junior Academy.

SEE is pleased to welcome back new and returning counselors for another fun summer! Those counselors include Chatham elementary school teacher, Lindsay Flanagan, Glen Rock middle school English teacher, Scott Hebenstreit, and Abby Geddes, who is currently studying to be a teacher.

Certified Yoga Instructor, Annie Dugan will be leading yoga.

Chris Patrick

Marie Stelling

Justin Perinotti

Truc-Lan Vu

Judith DelRio

Nicole Orecchio

Bobby Hebenstreit

Scott Hebenstreit

Lindsay Flanagan

Tom Owens

Raymond Denti

Orion Woodard

Heather Bivona

SEE Camp

973-994-4665

MOUNTAIN LAKES, NJ

The Community Church
48 Briarcliff Rd
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SUMMIT, NJ

Oratory Prep
One Beverly Rd
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Summer 2018 Sessions

Session 1:

June 25 – July 06, 2018

No Session July 4th.
Deadline: Registration and final payment must be received no later than June 11.

Organized activities and classes: 9AM to 4PM

  • 2 hours of science and Project Discovery activities
  • 2 hours of sports, games, and swim (swim in Mountain Lakes and Summit only)
  • 2 hours of theater and arts

Before and after care is available: 7:30-9:00AM and 4:00-5:45PM.

Includes Educational Field Trip To:

The Museum of Natural History

SEE Camp takes pride in providing truly exciting, memorable, and educational field trips. We offer one field trip during each 2-week camping session, with no additional charge for admission or transportation. Chartered buses are fully air-conditioned.

For over 130 years, the American Museum of Natural History has been one of the world’s preeminent institutions for scientific research and education. The museum has more than 32 million artifacts and specimens in its vast collection and employs more than 200 scientists. Renowned for its collections and exhibitions, the museum serves as a field guide for the entire planet and presents a paranormal of the world’s cultures. On our trip, children will explore their world, past and present, by engaging themselves in these fine exhibits.

Session 2:

July 09 – July 20, 2018

 
Deadline: Registration and final payment must be received no later than June 11.

Organized activities and classes: 9AM to 4PM

  • 2 hours of science and Project Discovery activities
  • 2 hours of sports, games, and swim (swim in Mountain Lakes and Summit only)
  • 2 hours of theater and arts

Before and after care is available: 7:30-9:00AM and 4:00-5:45PM.

Includes Educational Field Trip To:

The Newark Museum

SEE Camp takes pride in providing truly exciting, memorable, and educational field trips. We offer one field trip during each 2-week camping session, with no additional charge for admission or transportation. Chartered buses are fully air-conditioned.

Enjoy a visit to New Jersey’s first planetarium at the Newark Museum. The Alice and Leonard Dreyfus Planetarium is a spectacular interactive theater for learning about astronomy, space, and planetary science. Audiences can explore the constellations, travel through the Solar System, visit distant galaxies and soar to the edge of the Universe. In addition, campers will take part in a guided tour of the museum that captures such themes like Games Around the World and Whodunnit?

SEE Camp 2018 Cost Schedule


If Paid By May 31

$ 820

Per Session

  • 2 weeks
  • $780 Each Additional Child

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After May 1

$ 870

Per Session

  • 2 weeks
  • $830 Each Additional Child

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If Paid By May 31Most Popular

$ 1630

Both Sessions

  • 4 weeks
  • $1550 Each Additional Child

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After May 1

$ 1730

Both Sessions

  • 4 weeks
  • $1650 Each Additional Child

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Call to Book

973-994-4655