Camp Coyote Service Learning Program provides Middle School-aged campers, entering grades Six and Seven, an opportunity to develop leadership skills through community service and other fun-filled, on-campus activities. The campers will participate in activities such as baking dog treats and making blankets for the Animal Shelter; making lunch for the homeless; fund raising for the Children's Hunger Fund, and hosting the ARC on campus. They will also work directly with Camp Roadrunner campers. Each camper will be partnered with a younger student, allowing them the opportunity to integrate meaningful community service directly to our community. We also offer a variety of afternoon workshops as well as on campus special events. The workshops in the afternoon may include: Sculpture, Magic, Art, Coding, Stop Motion Animation, Revolutions, Computers, Sports, and Swim. Field trips to the Movies, Skateland, Escape Room, the Beach, and extended day trips to Magic Mountain and Knott's Berry Farm round out the program. Come join the fun!