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906 S. Elm St., Mountain View, MO 65548

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Color Guard Weekend Camp

 

What do you get when you put some of America's best instructors and most dedicated students in one location for an entire weekend? An unforgettable growth experience.

     Whether you are a dedicated performer, an entire team, or just want to try out the activity before committing to an entire season, Spintronix Weekend Camp is designed with you in mind.

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Regular fee $75 per student

Groups of 10 or more $70 per student

Early Bird (before February 26) $65 per student

Staff

Our world-class staff include performers and instructors from across America. Including...

  • Drum Corps International

  • Winter Guard International

  • Walt Disney World

  • Universal Studios

  • Broadway

Guard
Coaches & Instructors

Band and guard directors wishing to improve their knowledge and skill are welcome to attend the camp for only $45, with a $15 discount if bringing a group of 10 or more students. Sessions include group time and one-on-one time with our staff, plus plenty of time to observe and video tape student classes!

 

Sessions are offered by request and include: Student Leadership, The Art of Choreography Creation, Show Design, Effective Rehearsal Techniques, and Getting the Most from Judges' Tapes

Camp Dates &
Locations

April 21-23, 2017    Mountain View Family Youth Center

                      306 E. Bay St.

                      Mountain View, MO 65548

 

More dates to be announced as soon as they become available!

Student
Classes

All Weekend Camp classes are offered at a minimum of thee different levels; beginner, intermediate, and advanced. The difficulty of the levels is adjusted according to the experience level of students attending camp each year.

 

Classes offered include: Flag, Dance, Weapons, Captains, Teambuilding/Group Leadership, and History of Color Guard

Frequently
Asked
Questions

What should I wear to camp?

  • Shoes with arch support/Dance shoes

  • Athletic shorts/capris

  • Pants comfortable to move in (jeans are not allowed).

  • Tank tops/t-shirts

  • Sports bras for the ladies.

  • A ponytail or bun for those with long hair so that it stays out of your way.

  • Socks and underwear of course!!

 

What should I bring to camp?

  • A weighted six-foot tall flag pole with flag.

  • A rifle and/or sabre if you own one.

  • Padded fingerless guard gloves (if you do not own any, there will be a limited selection of sizes available to purchase for $15 at the camp).

  • A refillable water bottle.

  • An air mattress, sleeping bag, pillows, blankets.

  • Toiletries for the shower (shampoo, body wash, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, hairbrush, towel, etc.)

  • A swimsuit to wear in the shower (there are only 2 showers so there will be a lot of sharing!)

  • Enough clothes for three days.

  • Black bottoms (pants, shorts, capris, etc.) to wear for the final performance.

  • At least one hoodie or jacket as the weather can become unpredictable and we would like to spend some time practicing outside.

  • Any medications you must take. - Your registration fee if you did not pay it in advance.

 

Will my son/daughter be safe at the Weekend Camp?

Your children are constantly under the supervision of our staff, directors, and medical volunteers during the entire weekend. Our instructors understand the level of difficulty that their choreography entails and will do their best to instruct students to perform in a way that is safe to the safety of their bodies. However, they will ask students to perform outside of their comfort zones periodically, which is part of the purpose of our program; helping students to reach their full potential with performance challenges. If a student finds that what the instructor is asking of him or her is completely outside of his or her ability level, that student is welcome to request placement in a lower class.

 

Can I pick up my child before the final performance of the camp? While we realize there are other possible commitments, we highly discourage students from leaving camp early. As students are paying for their camp we want to make sure they receive the full experience, from their first "dut" to their final performance!