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Magnolia Campus Gets Ready For Summer Fun
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A visit to the Plunge three times weekly is among the many activities offered to campers of Oakdales Super Summer Camp program. The program is offered through Oakdale Joint Unified School District to elementary school age children. There are a total of eight, one-week long sessions of varying themes scheduled over the summer months. Leader File Photo

Oakdale Joint Unified School District has once again lined up eight weeks of activity to help school age children, grades kindergarten through six, keep their summer days busy.

Oakdale’s Super Summer Camp sponsored by OJUSD is currently accepting camper registration. Week long camps begin on Monday, June 6 and conclude on Friday, July 29. Camps are hosted at Magnolia Elementary School between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. There is an extended hour option for parents as well.

Each week of camp offers a different theme. Families are able to enroll students in one to multiple weeks, depending on their preference. Registration is based on space available. Camp is staffed by qualified OJUSD employees.

Summer Camp themes are as follows:

Week 1, June 6 to 10 - Summer Safari, which includes a field trip to Fresno Zoo. Week 2, June 13 to 17 - There’s No Place Like Home Plate takes students on a field trip to an Oakland A’s game.

Week 3, June 20 to 24 - I Can’t Believe It’s Not Gutter offers a striking good time, with a field trip to McHenry Bowl.

Week 4, June 27 to July 1 - Saddle up for Fun as campers mosey out to the Equine Hospital and enjoy lunch at Mountain Mike’s Pizza.

Week 5, July 5 to July 8 will have them seeing stars with the Matinee Madness theme and a trip to Galaxy Theater.

Heading into Week 6 campers will have a COW-abunga good time with a trip to the Stanislaus County Fair. Those with a sweet tooth won’t want to miss Week 7, July 18-22 as the buses are loaded and headed to the Jelly Belly Factory.

To round off the eight weeks of activity and fun, Week 8, July 25 to 29 will be all about fun as the Fun and Done theme takes the group to Funworks.

In addition to the weekly field trips, campers are involved in daily enrichment activities, academics and sports. They are also granted admission to the Plunge three times a week.

To inquire further or enroll a student in Super Summer Camp, call 848-4884 or visit