Department of Music, Marching and Concert Band.
Instructors: Troy Johnson (Marching Band), Antoine Miller (Concert Band).
Age: 5-17

Description: a group in which instrumental musicians perform while marching, often for entertainment or competition. … Most marching bands wear a uniform, often of a military-style, that includes an associated organization’s colors, name or symbol. An instrument will be required for this department.

A concert band, variously also called a wind ensemble, symphonic band, wind symphony, wind orchestra, wind band, symphonic winds, symphony band, or symphonic wind ensemble, is a performing ensemble consisting of members of the woodwind, brass, and percussion families. An instrument will be required for this department.

Department of Music, Piano
Instructor: Adam Sears
Age: 5-17

Description: Basic lessons for beginners focus on piano basics; learning to read notes, read rhythms, play scales, play basic chords and other tools essential to play any style of music. This is a great way to introduce any young child to the joy of playing.

Department of Dance. Jazz, Ballet, and Hip-Hop
Instructors: Mica Maynard, Lashay Ivory, Myishea Blackshell
Age: 5-17

Description: Ballet is a classical dance form demanding grace and precision and employing
formalized steps and gestures set in intricate, flowing patterns to create expression through

Jazz dancing is a form that showcases a dancer’s originality. All jazz dancers interpret and
execute moves and steps in their own way.
Hip-hop dance refers to street dance styles primarily performed to hip-hop music or that
have evolved as part of hip-hop culture. It includes a wide range of styles primarily breaking,
locking, and popping.

Department of Medical, Holistic Health
Instructors: Lyndon Smith II, Laila Smith
Ages: 5-17

Description: Holistic Health, A Program That Helps Kids Learn and Implement Healthy Choices in Holistic Health Areas Such as Herbs, Nutrition, And Body Care.
Holistic Therapies, instructional/Hands-On Class That Educates Students On the History,
Benefits, And How to Properly Perform Different Holistic Therapies.

Department of Business and Economics, Entrepreneurship
Instructor: Antoine Miller
Ages: 5-17

Description: Business education is a branch of education that involves teaching the skills and operations of the business industry. This field of education occurs at multiple levels, including secondary and higher education institutes. Learning the basic tools of micro- and macroeconomic analysis. Microeconomics deals with consumers, firms, markets and income distribution. Macroeconomics deals with national income, employment, inflation and money.

Department of Arts, Arts and crafts
Instructor: “TBA”
Ages: 5-17

Description: Art offers the student an opportunity to express feelings and emotions in their drawings and with color. Arts and Crafts promote self-esteem and self-awareness as it enhances personal fulfillment.

Department of Conditioning and Training, Physical Education
Instructor: Cory Hollinger
Ages: 5-17

Description: Physical Education classes are designed to practice and develop skills in activities that will help students maintain fitness throughout their life. … Students will understand the benefits that regular exercise can provide for a person’s mental, physical, and
social health.

Department of Music, Drumline
Instructors: Darius Attaway, Myesha Grimes.
Ages: 5-17

Description: Drumline is a class that consists of students learning different percussion

Department of Dance, Theater
Instructor: TBA
Ages: 5-17

Description: Theater majors study plays and other dramatic works and their production. Classes cover such topics as theater history, playwriting, acting, and directing, as well as lighting, scenery, and costume design

Department of Media, Journalism
Instructor: Malcolm Sommons II
Ages: 5-17

Description: A course designed to provide journalism majors advanced training in reporting
and writing articles on current events, public issues, personalities, culture and entertainment
for the print and electronic media.

16 Steps to complete Summer Camp Scholarship Application

Step 1 Log in to Youth Services Department website:
Step 2 Click on Parent Application
Step 3 Click Register (on top right side of screen)
Step 4 Choose “Parent”
Step 5 Complete an External User Registration and save
Step 6 Login in with your User Name (email address) and Password
Step 7 Click current year (2020)
Step 8 Complete the Head of Household Info
Step 9 Add member in the household by Clicking:
Step 10 Add additional Family Members by clicking
Step 11 Add your child as the camper by clicking: Select CHILD from “Member” drop down
box and complete the information for EACH Child you want to receive a scholarship for!
Step 12 Complete all applicable INCOME INFO
• Copy of Proof of Palm Beach County Residency
• Copy of Photo ID
• Copy of Income
• Copy of child(ren) birth certificate
*Attachments can be in the form of a picture or scanned document.
Step 14 Review Release Form
Step 15 Complete Checklist
Step 16 Sign electronically and submit


1. Camper(s) must be a resident of Palm Beach County and 5 years old enrolled or completed Voluntary Pre-
Kindergarten and not older than 14 years old by June 1st of the application calendar year. If camper(s) are involved with

foster care, homeless, Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), or has Special Needs diagnosis (as approved by YSD staff),
the age can be extended to 17 years old, dependent on funding
2. Parents must provide all the applicable documentation:
• Government issued photo identification for applicant within household (driver’s license, resident alien card,
passport, employment authorization, State of Florida picture identification, other- as approved by YSD staff).
• Proof of residency- one (1) of the following: utility bill, school record with camper’s name and address, driver
license, free and reduced lunch from SDPBC, other- as approved by YSD staff
• Proof of age for camper(s)- one of the following: birth certificate, immunization records, school record with
parent and/or demographic information, other- as approved by YSD staff
• Proof of legal guardianship- court documents, notarized letters, other- as approved by YSD
• Proof of special need- Social Security, Individual Education Plan (IEP) or 504
• Proof of Income for entire household (to determine household is at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty
Earned- paystub; verification letter from employer, other- as approved by YSD staff.
Unearned- TANF, SSI, SSA/SSDI or other, as approved by YSD staff.
Any other income- unemployment, alimony, child-support, rental income, death benefits, etc.) iv. Free/
Reduced lunch letter from SDPBC, in-lieu of earned income as approved by YSD staff
NOTE: Applicants will be served on a criterion, first come first serve basis until funds have been exhausted. ELC
recipients are not eligible to receive summer camp scholarships through this program YSD reserves the right to
request the following: Birth Certificate for all children in the home and social security card for all members
residing in the home to determine income eligibility and household size.

Sounds of Success Music Summer Camp

Daily schedule

7:30-8:30am Breakfast/Course 1 homeroom
9:00a-1:30pm Daily field trip
2:00p-5:30pm Course rotations
• 2:00-2:55pm Course 2
• 3:00-4:00pm Course 3 (main course)
• 4:05-5:00pm Course 4
• 5:05-5:30pm Course 1 homeroom
5:40pm Bus depart

The deadline to apply for the camp scholarship is 3/31


SOS Community Marching Band
251 W. 11 th Street
Riviera Beach, FL 33404