+ What should my child bring to camp?
Each day, campers should arrive with a backpack filled with a sunhat (we will play outside!), an extra set of clothes (if change is needed after art projects or water play), a nut-free lunch (with the exception of Friday, where pizza will be provided), and a water bottle.
+ What food will be provided?
Monday through Thursday, a snack of watermelon and/or popsicles will be offered during outdoor game time at the end of the day. Friday will be a celebratory day with pizza, popcorn, and snow cones provided.
+ Is technology (cell phones, tablets, etc.) allowed at camp?
Devices such as cell phones, laptops, iPads, iPods, mp3 players, etc., will be allowed only if campers need to communicate with their parents. To ensure campers are fully engaged in their activities and to ensure their valuables stay safe, we ask that electronic devices be left at home when possible. If not, we ask that all such devices are tucked away during camp hours.
+ What happens at before- and after-care?
To help accommodate working parents, we offer an early drop-off and late pick-up program, during which campers will play on the playground and connect with their peers outside of official camp hours. Sports balls, jump ropes, sidewalk chalk, sand pit, and supervision will be provided.
Children enrolled in before-care can be dropped off beginning at 8:30am. To ensure high-quality care, parents must sign in their child at the foyer of the school each morning. A teen volunteer will then escort the child to the before-care program on the playground.
+ How early can I drop my child off at camp?
If a camper is not enrolled in the official before-care program, they may be signed into camp at 8:55am. Teen volunteers will escort campers to their classrooms. If desired, parents are permitted to escort their own children to the classroom on the first day to meet their child’s teacher. They are also welcome on subsequent days if their young child is having a difficult time separating. We want all participants to enjoy their camp experience, and if that includes more parental time, we are happy to accommodate.
+ What is your refund policy?
Full refunds will be offered up to 30 days prior to the first date of camp, making May 24, 2019, the last day refunds will be issued. For extenuating circumstances, such as complications with health or safety, please contact the Camp Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
+ Are scholarships available?
Yes, a fee reduction is available based on need. To inquire, please contact the Camp Director, Mona Eldadah, at email@example.com.