Beat the heat this summer! Campers cool off at a local pool three days a week and spend two days on campus playing a variety of water games. After campers receive important safety lessons to guide them at the pool, they move on to individual swim time with water toys and group games like swim scavenger hunt and marco polo. On-campus fun includes activities like water relay races and tag; dodgeball; or Duck, Duck, Goose—all water-balloon style! If inclement weather occurs, campers participate in alternate, indoor activities.Director: Emily Frye is a graduate of Penn State University and is working toward her Masters of Education degree from Walden University. She is a teacher at Bethesda Elementary, and she coaches girls volleyball at B-CC High School. She has facilitated several summer camps over the last 7 years that have included team building activities, wilderness skills and activities, sports, water games, and much more! Emily is entering her third year as an instructor for Bullis Summer Programs.