WLA Summer Camps 2023

Registration for all camps: April 1, 2023 – May 31, 2023

**NOTE** Band Camp registration at wlabands.org

All other camps go to the resources page.

Volleyball, $45
June 13-16
8:00-10:00am – Students Entering Grades 5/6
10:00am-12:00pm – Students Entering Grades 7/8

Volleyball camp, run by WLA coaches and players, emphasizes basic volleyball skills. Players will learn the fundamentals of the game and then use them in practice and in game situations. It provides the opportunity to learn skills even if the game isn’t offered in grade school. Come dressed to play -shorts, t-shirt, tennis shoes. Knee pads are recommended. Registration: April 1, 2023 – May 31, 2023

Basketball, $30
June 6-8
Students Entering Grades 5-8
Girls 9:00-11:00am
Boys 3:00-5:00pm

Basketball camp emphasizes fundamental basketball skills – shooting, passing, ball-handling, basic defensive concepts. The camp is staffed by WLA coaches and players. Come dressed to play but please don’t wear your court shoes outside the gym. Registration: April 1, 2023 – May 31, 2023

Cheer, $45
June 26-29, 1-3pm
Students Entering Grades 1-8

Athletes should bring a water bottle, come in shorts and a t-shirt, with hair pulled back, no jewelry, nails cut short, and shoes appropriate for stunting and tumbling. Registration: April 1, 2023 – May 31, 2023

Football, $30
June 20-22, 9:00-11:00am
Students Entering Grades 5-9

Football camp offers an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of football. Come dressed to perform; shorts, t-shirt, football cleats, and water bottles. Registration: April 1, 2023- May 31, 2023.

LES Summer Theatre Production, $10
May 8 Auditions
May 15 Begin Practices
June 9-10 Performances
Students Entering Grades 5-9

The WLA Theatre program is going to try something a little different this year. We’re offering a play for our Lutheran Elementary students to participate in – We Are Monsters! This will entail placing students interested in participating in roles through an audition, as well as practice from May 15 – June 8 about three times per week. Public performances will take place June 9-10 at 7 PM in the WLA auditorium. Our WLA drama students and alumni will be working alongside the students to take them through the production of a show. (There’s even opportunities for those who might be interested in working backstage as well if that is your preference.) Alumni Cassidy Schrieber and WLA Director Mr. Mildebrandt will be leading this learning endeavor. Come join us for a fun few weeks and we’ll put on a fantastic show at the end! Sign up for interest will occur mid-April to plan for May auditions. Contact Mr. Mildebrandt at amildebrandt@wlavikings.org with any questions or for more information.

Wrestling, $100
June 8-11, Overnight Camp
Students entering grades 3-9

Wrestling Camp is held at Camp Bird in Crivitz, Wisconsin. WLA Youth and High School coaches and parents staff the camp. This is a 3-night camp where children will be in bunk houses with their friends and will provide 3 meals a day. Activities include wrestling, swimming, boating, fishing, archery, nature center, and various outdoor games. The full or partial cost of the camp can be offset by selling pizzas. Non-wrestlers are welcome to come. No wrestling experience necessary. Please contact Josh Guell @ (920)960-0324 or guell42@yahoo.com for more information, including registration.

Band Camps

Register for band camps at our band website: wlabands.org

Returner Band Camp, Free (optional activity fee TBD)
July 31 – Aug 3, 8:30am – 11:30am
Students entering 6th – 8th grade who have been in band before

Returner Camp is for students in grades 6-8 who have taken lessons on a band instrument. We will play music and grow together as a team. Camp concludes on Thursday morning with a performance for our families. Students need to bring their instruments, band binders, and a water bottle.

Beginner Band Camp, Free
Aug. 7 – 10, 8:30am – 11:30am
Students entering 5th-8th grade who have never played a band instrument

Beginner Band Camp is for students entering 5th, 6th, 7th, or 8th grade who want to learn how to play a band instrument. No experience is necessary. Students will learn the basics of sound production, note reading, and making music in a group. Instruments are supplied free for the week courtesy of Heid Music.