Brighter days are ahead and Roland Park Country School is excited to once again offer its “Play Like the REDS” unique summer experience. Now in its third year, through several sport-specific camps, RPCS coaches create fun, competitive and supportive athletic environments for girls ages 8-18 to learn more about lacrosse, basketball, running, field hockey, volleyball and rowing. Flexible scheduling options are also offered for busy families. We caught up with RPCS Athletics Director Carol Hatton to learn more!
Q: What does it mean to “Play Like a RED?”
“At RPCS, our Athletics Department never loses sight of the importance of creating a lifelong love of sports, health and wellness,” said Carol Hatton. “Our ‘Play Like a RED’ mentality places value in what it means to be part of a team and how we are stronger when we work together.”
Q: Who will be coaching this year’s camps?
“We have six of our RPCS Athletics Head Coaches, plus assistant coaches and some current Upper School athletes who are looking forward to providing camp opportunities this summer,” said Carol Hatton.
- Meg Miller, Head Lacrosse Coach
- Amanda Eich, Head Volleyball Coach & Assistant Basketball Coach
- Liz Hamilton, Head Field Hockey Coach
- Janet Weller, Head Cross Country Coach & Assistant Track Coach
- Patrick Donohue, Assistant Track Coach
- Dave Rosen, Director of Rowing
- Dani Steinbach, Head Basketball Coach
Q: How will RPCS ensure the safety of all of its campers and coaches this summer?
“Consistent with our commitment to providing competitive athletic opportunities for our RPCS student-athletes this school year, our summer camps will follow all COVID-19 health and safety protocols under the guidance of our RPCS COVID Support Team,” said Carol Hatton. “Our coaches have all successfully managed our school teams through the pandemic with creative and safe practice plans that maximize our opportunity to safely participate and learn together.”
In addition to the Play Like the Reds Camps, RPCS offers co-ed, developmentally appropriate, Red Hot Summer Camp options for kids ages 1-18 from June 21 – August 13. These specialized camp options include topics like cooking, STEM, art, academic bridge camps, and more! Camps run from either 9 a.m. -12 p.m. or 1 p.m. -4 p.m. and can be combined for half or full day options.
To learn more, visit https://www.rpcs.org/summer.
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