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Web Masters
Grades: 5-8

Design, write and create content for your own custom WordPress website! Campers will use WordPress to design websites that build community service and generate public awareness. During this process, they’ll explore and promote positive themes such as being an upstander, digital citizenship and how to convey a positive message via website development and design projects.

21st Century & SEL Skill Focus: Empathy, Responsibility, Initiative.  Learn more about other skills we build through The EDMO Method™.

Please note that campers work in pairs or teams and share computers. This allows for a more collaborative process, as well as more comprehensive and innovative projects. Plus, it’s more fun!

Sample Projects

Upstanders in Cyberworld

Upstanders in Cyberworld

Campers will develop websites focused on how they can be an upstander in their community by exemplifying kindness and empathy. Campers must choose a focus, i.e. volunteering at pet shelter, raising money for children’s hospital or organization, etc. After choosing a focus, they will develop their own community service campaign with a mission statement, vision and projects they will lead in their community.

Campers will learn how to develop a website, the key elements of a website and different ways they can be an upstander in their community and exemplify kindness and empathy.

Lights, Camera and ACTivists!

Lights, Camera and ACTivists!

Campers will shoot a public service announcement for their community service campaign detailing how their campaign will help the community. They’ll then embed their PSA video on their website.

Campers will learn how to create, edit and embed videos onto a website. They’ll also learn persuasive speech and public speaking strategies while gaining an understanding of their responsibility and contribution to their community.

United Under Technology

United Under Technology

Campers will create a blog on their website detailing their upstander efforts during their community service campaign. Using hashtags such as #IAmAnUpstander, EDMO PRO campers will share information with other campers, utilizing messaging and social media platforms to unite with the others taking initiative in their communities.  

Campers will learn how to post updates and blogs on a website and link them to multimedia and social media platforms. Campers will also learn how to engage on social media platforms utilizing appropriate digital communication (netiquette) and safety.

Sample Schedule

  • A Day in the Life...

Some kids thrive on routines and harmony. Others not so much. Good news! We’ve found the secret recipe that works for all EDMO campers!

Day/Time Click Each Activity Below to Learn More
8:00-9:00AM AM Program

During our EDMO PRO AM Program, campers will have time in the “Hang Time” room with access to music, games, computers, and maker supplies.  The AM Program allows campers time to engage and wake up for the day.

8:50-9:00AM Drop-Off

Be greeted by name or a high five by a professional staff member…dressed in a mermaid costume or a Viking hat. In a hurry? Pull up and we’ll open the door for you. In no rush? Park your car, come right in and shake your counselor’s fin.

9:00-9:30AM Opening Huddle

Your morning Huddle will get your gears spinning and your thoughts pumping.  Get to know your fellow campers and jump start the day with games, high fives and jokes.

9:30-10:30AM Lab 1

During this enrichment lab time, campers really get into the weekly theme and curriculum. Campers delve into the weekly subject, learn new skills and design and create weekly projects.

10:30-10:45AM Snack

Active minds lead to hungry bellies! Don’t forget to pack a healthy snack for your camper every morning…with no nuts of course! Remember: If you ordered a delicious lunch you automatically receive a healthy morning snack!

10:45-11:15AM Real Time

Each day EDMO PRO campers will have 20-30 minutes of team and leadership building.

11:15AM-12:15PM Lab 2

During this enrichment lab time, campers really get into the weekly theme and curriculum. Campers delve into the weekly subject, learn new skills and design and create weekly projects.

12:15-12:45PM Lunch

Add a delicious lunch each day. It’s a snap! Just click/check the lunch box on your enrollment form and a quality lunch will be delivered to camp daily. Rather pack your own lunch? Please just do not bring any products that contain: cashews, almonds, brazil nuts, pine nuts, walnuts or heaven forbid, the “‘Mother of All Nut Allergies”—the peanut.

12:45-1:20PM Hang Time

Each day EDMO PRO campers will have 20-30 minutes of free choice time. EDMO PRO campers can spend time outside playing games and will also be able to spend time in the “Hang Time” room with access to music, games, computers, and maker supplies.  

1:20-2:40PM Lab 3

During this enrichment lab time, campers really get into the weekly theme and curriculum. Campers delve into the weekly subject, learn new skills and design and create weekly projects.

2:40-3:00PM Closing Huddle

Closing Huddle is your daily wrap up!  This is the part of the day when you can really let your campy side out with songs, skits and improv! Make sure you save all of your projects before you’re rolling on the floor laughing! #roll

3:00-3:15PM Pick-Up

Have your camper check themselves out and/or pull up or walk up, whichever you fancy. Either way we’ll make a point to let you know something special about your child’s day.Pull up or walk up, whichever you fancy. Look out for our daily email from the Camp Director detailing the activities at your camp location, along with a reminder to visit EDMO At Home to see what to look forward to tomorrow and suggested activities, books, websites, museum exhibitions, and more ways to keep the curiosity going.

3:15-6:00PM PM Extended Day, PM Snack & Free Play

During our EDMO PRO PM Program, campers are given time to have snack and free play before continuing structured enrichment projects. Enrichment projects will follow the program theme of the week. EDMO PRO campers will also have the option to spend time in the “Hang Time” room with access to music, games, computers, and maker supplies.  

“My kids have a continued interest in learning, following through with projects to completion, and being open to new concepts. I think the maker mindset keeps them curious and creative in school-related assignments throughout the year.”
– Donna C., 8th Grade, Alameda Parent