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Summer Camps

Skim Skool
Skimboarding: Learn to ride the tide!
Youth Ages 7 - 15

Skimboarding is a fun and exciting sport that has been around since the 1920’s, and Whidbey Island offers some of the best conditions in the Northwest. The Jack’d Boards Crew will provide basic FUNdamental skills needed to ride the glide of the tide. To begin, students will master proper techniques collaboratively as a group. Once we build a solid foundation focus will shift towards exclusive one-on-one time with instructors, expanding expertise regardless of past experience with the new and innovative sport of skimboarding. We skim rain or shine so please be prepared for any type of weather. Min 15/Max 25

Bring: Towel, water, snacks, weather appropriate attire for beach conditions, and a skimboard. If you do not have one, we will provide a few loaner skimboards but you will likely have to share. Camp tee shirts are included in the fee if you register by August 6. Please indicate at registration if you need a loaner board and your shirt size.

Instructors: Auston Reisman and fellow Jack’d Skimboards riders.

Dates/Time: Sun/Mon* | Aug 20-21* | 10am-12pm
Location: Double Bluff Beach
Fee: $85
*Yes, those are the correct dates 


Sessions for Youth

Whidbey Islanders have the privilege and the opportunity to learn archery from a national level coach! This clinic will cover proper shooting techniques, equipment selection, training and plenty of hands-on fun. This clinic is designed to present the lifetime recreational activity of archery in a broad perspective for future use as a recreational pursuit. Archery will go rain or shine, so students should come prepared for the weather. Participants must be able to stay focused for the entire session.

Instructor: Bill Stinson has been a professional archery coach and sports educator for 30 years. He holds certification from USA Archery (Level 3), National Archery in the Schools trainer and NFAA Elite Coach and has coached national levels competitions. Email: Min 6/Max 12

Ages 9 - 12:
Mon-Fri | Aug 14-18 | 1:30-3pm

Ages 13 - 17:
Mon-Fri | Aug 14-18 | 3:30-5pm

Location: Community Park field at the north entrance
Fee: $65

Intro to Underwater Robotics - CANCELLED
Exploring ROVs and SW waters
Youth Entering Grades 6 - 9

Have fun learning about Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs, also known as underwater robots) in a safe and collaborative work space. Become familiar with buoyancy, thrusters, and manipulators as well as motor control and electrical circuits. Working in groups, you will assemble your ROV and fly it underwater by the end of the week.  Hands-on experience with soldering irons, heat guns, and other tools you can’t use on the dining room table included. Min 3/Max 12

Bring: Water, lunch and snacks.

Instructor: Ashley McConnaughey, mentor for championship underwater robotics team., (425) 320-7849

Dates/Time: Mon-Fri | Aug 14-18 | 10am-3pm
Location: Atlantis STEAM space at St. Peter’s Church, 6309 Wilson Pl, Clinton and other locations around South Whidbey.
Fee: $280*
*Additional $50 materials fee paid directly to instructor at first session. Provides various parts and tools for groups to make an underwater robot


Robotics for Competition - CANCELLED
Making Parts Work
Youth Entering Grades 6 - 12

This class is specifically built for students wishing to participate in the coming year’s underwater robotics competitions.  In a week of building and testing, students will experiment with creating *parts* of a working robot using various materials: from re-purposed MacGyver style materials to off-the-shelf parts. Learning circuits, motor controllers, pistons, actuators, electronics soldering, and mechanics, students will utilize these skills to build and test their ideas. While the skills learned are applicable for any basic robot, all parts will be for underwater robots.Min 3/Max 12

Prerequisites: Desire to compete in underwater robotics and prior Atlantis student; new students must have permission of the instructor and serious interest in robotics.

Bring: Water, lunch and snacks.

Instructors: Class mentors have coached international championship underwater robotics teams. Teachers include Ashley McConnaughey, and mentored by international champion ROV team members., (425) 320-7849

Dates/Time: Mon-Fri | Aug 21-25 | 10am-3pm
Location: Atlantis STEAM space at St. Peter’s Church 6309 Wilson Pl, Clinton .
Fee: $100
*Additional $50 materials fee paid directly to instructor at first session. Provides robotics parts to investigate.



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Langley, WA 98260
Phone, 360.221.5484
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Archery for Youth & Adults
August 14 - 18

Skim Skool
August 20 & 21





















































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