Summer Day Camp
Summer Day Camp begins on June 10 and runs through August 2.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the hours for summer camp?
Monday – Friday 7:30-6:00 — Doors will not open until 7:30 each morning. Check in is in the cafeteria everyday.
Is there a schedule of events and activities?
Yes! Refer to the monthly calendars for details. Bowling, swimming, bike day, park day, and bigger field trips are all a part of the weekly schedule. There will also be regular classes and activities for kindergarten-sixth grade. Students will get to sign up for their weekly activity, and they can pick a different activity each week. Activities will include sports, craft class, book club, robotics class, etc.
Are students all together or split up by age?
Students 3-4 years of age are in a group setting with their peers. They will go on the same outings as older children, but there are specific chaperones for the young ones, and they are kept in a group by themselves. Kindergarten/first grade, second/third grade, and fourth-sixth grade are considered separate classes and will participate in activities as a class. They will interact with other classes at times as well.
How can I pay?
We accept personal checks, money orders, or cash. This is usually paid on Monday, the first day of the camp week, but if you prefer to pay in advance, that’s fine too!
Is there a nap time?
Students 3-4 years of age need to bring items for napping each day (with the exception of most Fridays). They will need a sheet, light blanket, and sleep buddy if desired.
What is the dress code?
Students should wear play time dress. Girls should not wear halter tops or spaghetti straps. Shorts must come to the middle of the thigh. Tennis shoes are preferred for most activities. On swim day, girls must wear one-piece swim suits or suits that cover the midriff (tankinis are fine).
What is needed for swim day?
On swim day, girls must wear one-piece swim suits or suits that cover the midriff (tankinis are fine). Flip flops or water shoes are necessary for walking to and from the pool. Each child must bring their own towel. Sunscreen is strongly recommended, and the teachers will help with spray on application if needed.
Does my child need to bring a lunch?
Yes! Campers must bring their own lunches and snacks. Morning snack is at 9:30; lunch is at 12:00; afternoon snack is at 3:00.