Join Sprouts Cooking School this summer for Indiana’s premier cooking camp experience!
This year, we will be offering 9 weeks of cooking camp fun with more than 15 different options for your Sprouting Chef to choose from!
During our 4-day specialty themed camps, your child will learn a variety of cooking skills and will create a total of 10-12 delicious recipes. They will also get to nurture their artistic side while making at least two crafts per camp. Additionally, during the final hour on Thursday of each camp, “family dinner” will take place. This is a special time for 1-2 guests to come visit and sample some of the food their student has learned to prepare during camp. No need to worry about materials – all meals, groceries, craft supplies, set-up, food prep, and clean-up for the camps are provided! You just supply your Sprouting Chef!
Back for summer 2021! Single day camp sessions on Fridays from 9 am to 4 pm! Join us for an all-day camp where your Sprouting Chef will make six to eight recipes and participate in craft and interactive activities!
Address: 13190 Hazel Dell Pkwy, Carmel, IN 46033
Phone: (317) 688-7499
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Who is the perfect camper for Sprouts Cooking School?
Any child who loves to cook or wants to learn to cook!
What does a typical day look like at Sprouts Cooking School Summer Camp?
We have 2 camp sessions per day 9-12 and 2-5. Camps are 3 hours each day and run Monday-Thursday. Students will make an average of 3-4 recipes per day depending on the camp theme and typically have time to eat outside and do a craft. The final hour of camp, parents are invited into Sprouts for a family meal where they will get to sample some of the food their child has been learning to make during the week.
Tell us about your staff. Who are they? What is their training/experience? What is the camper/staff ratio?
We have team members who have been with us since they were in high school and have worked their way up through the company to become teachers. We also have moms with a passion for cooking and teaching kids. Most of our teachers have been with Sprouts for several years. We have one lead teacher and 1 assistant teacher per 16 children.
Do you have opportunities for campers with special needs?
Yes, we can make accommodations in most situations. Please reach out and we can discuss the best plan for your child.
What are snacks or meals like at summer camp?
The students eat the meals they make in class each day.
What kinds of activities can campers expect to participate in?
We will be very busy cooking and learning all summer long!
What are your COVID precautions looking like for this summer (subject to change)?
At Sprouts Cooking School, the safety of our customers and The Sprouts Team members is our #1 priority! Sprouts has worked hard to develop the following measures and procedures to be proactive in light of COVID-19. Here is what we are doing:
Safety measures The Sprouts Team is taking:
All customers and staff will be required to wear face masks during class. Masks will be removed to eat and then will be put back on
Staff will be administering touchless temperature checks to students upon entry to the building. Students with a temperature above 100.4 will not be allowed to participate.
Increasing the frequency and extent of our cleaning practices with EPA-approved disinfectants
Washing hands frequently with soap and hot water for at least 20 seconds
Cleaning frequently used surfaces
Having more in-depth conversations with our students about proper food handling and sanitation
Requiring employees to stay home if they are ill, showing any symptoms or if believe they have been exposed to illness
Requiring employees to take their temperature before reporting to work
Closely monitoring the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) and local health officials for appropriate measures and actions
Educating our employees on preventive measures provided by the CDC
Requiring children to wash their hands for 20 seconds upon arrival and throughout class
Limiting the amount of people in our facility to children and 2-4 staff members. Parents and guardians will not be allowed inside the building. Instructors will open the door before and after class to release children.
Increasing the time between classes for thorough sanitation.
Requiring employees to wear masks and gloves during food preparation.
What we encourage our customers to do:
Wash your hands frequently and use paper towel to dry
Take your child’s temperature the morning of their scheduled class
Avoid touching nose, mouth, eyes and wash hands if you do
Stay home when you or anyone in your family is sick or has any Covid-like symptoms
Cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze, dispose of the tissue and wash hands for 20 seconds with soap and hot water
Wear a mask or face covering to any class
Face masks will be provided to students who do not come to class with a mask. We charge $2 per mask
As this situation continues to evolve, the above measures and procedures are subject to change. For more information on preventative measures, health updates and additional information about COVID-19, please visit the CDC (Center of Disease Control) website https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov or the WHO (World Health Organization) website at https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus