Youth Programs 12+ years

Program Manager

Alyse Reichardt

Programs Registration

Register Online

Youth Programs 12+

PA Day Babysitting

Grades 5-8
Full day 9:00am-4:00pm (two 15 min. breaks and 30 min. for lunch break will be provided).
Lunch and snacks provided
1 Day, October 11, 2024 $165
Room 7, Main House

This course is designed to teach babysitting, leadership and first aid skills in a fun and informative way. Students learn how to care for infants, toddlers and older children, what questions to ask parents, how to give first aid and what to do in emergencies. Activity book activities, role-playing and hands-on practice teach skills and build confidence. Each student should bring a doll/stuffed animal to the course. Each student will receive a copy of our award winning publication, “What Every Babysitter Should Know” handbook, and upon successful completion, a St. John’s Ambulance Babysitter’s attendance certificate. Lunch and snacks provided – please notify the office in advance of any dietary restrictions.

Home Safe with First Aid Workshop

Grades 3 and up
9:00am-1:00pm
lunch and snacks are provided
1 day November 29, 2024 $110
Room 6, Main House

This workshop helps your child become ready to be at home alone and prepare for any emergency with a bonus emergency First Aid section! Does your child spend a few hours home alone before or after school due to your work schedule or other commitments? This popular entertaining workshop is designed to prepare children to look after themselves during these times. Students learn how to stay safe through interactive lessons, role play and hands-on training. Every Kidproof course is positive and empowering.

PA Day Camp

4-12 years
9:30am-3:00pm
$70 per day
Main House, Mooredale

Dates:

  • September 27
  • October 11
  • November 15
  • November 29

-Athletics & Outdoor play
-Baking & Cooking
-Musical Performance
-Arts & Crafts
-Pizza Lunch & Snacks

For more information contact Alyse Reichardt, Camp Director at areichardt@mooredale.on.ca

Volunteen at Mooredale

VolunTEEN – Monthly meetings & Volunteer opportunities

13 + ages
contact: Alyse Reichardt, Program Manager at areichardt@mooredale.on.ca

What is VolunTEEN? It’s an opportunity for our teen members to get involved in the community on a grass roots level, through varying community service opportunities. Each month the VolunTEEN group
will meet to plan a volunteer event, or go into the community to directly provide volunteering services to those who could benefit from it. Some examples include; community clean-ups, community gardening, fundraising, humane society, food drives etc. Teens will be encouraged to share ideas and get involved. This program is completely free and can help our teen members develop leadership skills while gaining volunteer hours towards school or for resume building.

Athletics

Karate – (Mondays and Thursdays 5:00 – 6:15pm)

Week of September 9
Fall-Thursday-14 classes $434 Monday – 13 classes $403.00

James Greer from the Cold Mountain School will continue his instruction of Karate at Mooredale. Trained as a Second degree black belt, James designs and teaches Karate programs specifically for children.
Participants will progress through traditional Okinawan Karate. All students are required to purchase a karate gi (uniform), which is available through the instructor. NOTE: testing will occur throughout the year but does not always result in the achievement of a new belt level. Small group classes are also available to be booked, based on James availability.

Check out Mooredale House SC for more Sport options for Youth !