Program & Curriculum

The Lark Musical Society is pleased to announce the resumption of our highly popular Taguhi Summer Day Camp for the summer of 2021.

Formed for children grades K – 5, the day camp expands the Conservatory’s philosophy to our youngest generation – inspiring them to find free expression in their artistic capabilities, while encouraging a positive connection to their cultural identity through immersion in an Armenian-centric curriculum.

Children are offered a variety of classes to hone different skill sets & provides them with artistic challenges in a fun & exciting environment.

Small classes with a low student-to-teacher ratio ensure each student a great deal of personal attention and support.

PROGRAM

Due to the unusual and highly contagious nature of the novel Covid-19 virus, we have redesigned our program to maximize activities that can be safely conducted with social distancing. This year our program will include classes in Music, Dance, Arts and Crafts, Armenian Language and Culture, and a session filled with games designed to develop critical thinking, empathy, and strategy.

DAILY SCHEDULE

Our daily schedule will begin with breakfast and will be broken up into approximately 45-minute activity sessions in a rotating series of subjects, interlaced with snack and exercise breaks. Lunch will be provided to all students at noon. Activity Sessions Include*

  • Music
  • Verse
  • Dance
  • Armenian Language
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Critical Thinking
  • Armenian Culture

*The exact sequence of classes is subject to change based on group assignment (this is a sample).

MEALS

Meals are included in the weekly fees and will be served pre-packaged in disposable containers and with single use cutlery. Students are welcome to bring their own lunch, however, it is recommended that they use insulated lunch boxes with an ice pack, as we are unable to refrigerate lunch boxes. Additionally to breakfast and lunch, snacks and beverages are offered free of charge throughout the day

SUPERVISION

Children are supervised by counselors who are trained and devoted to the children’s welfare. Counselors are college students or recent graduates of Lark Conservatory. CPR and First Aid Certified counselors are also on duty every day.