FPCamp2017

ABOUT NSYMCA DAY CAMP

The YMCA knows children. We know they need to spend time outdoors practicing social and decision-making skills. And we know they need to be inspired and mentored. Y Day Camp offers all of these things. Plus, our camps are safe and include value-based programming focused on caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility. We look forward to getting to know your children and helping them discover and reach their full potential.

  • Superior Staff - Amazing staff with extensive training, plus all counselors are certified in First Aid, CPR, and AED. Our senior counselors are experienced college students and graduates
  • Experience - Veteran staff directors oversee all aspects of camp
  • Variety - Many camp options: Preschool, Day, Sports, Gymnastics, Art, Dance, Lego, Specialty, CIT
  • Flexible - You can choose different camps over the course of eleven weeks, mornings and afternoon. 3, 4, or 5 day options are available!
  • Before/After Care - Available from 7:30-9am and 4-6pm
  • Fun - Weekly field trips
  • Accommodating - Transportation from many summer schools
  • Adjustable - Payment plans are available

 


CLICK HERE FOR IMPORTANT FORMS SUCH AS APPLICATIONS AND REGISTRATION FORMS


 

CAMP INFORMATION TO REMEMBER


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Important Dates

  • Jan 15th Camp Open House 2-4pm
                 Camp Registration Opens
  • March 15th H.A.W.K.S. Aides Camp Registration Closes
  • May 2nd Higher Rate Begins
  • June 1st Deadline for full refund (minus $25 processing fee)
  • June 1st Camp Meet & Greet/Parent Info Night 6:15pm
  • June 12th Camp Week 1 begins
  • July 4th YMCA closed (all camp fees prorated that week)
  • August 17th Party at the Y 6pm

 

Important Details

  • Week 4 rates are prorated for the 4th of July holiday
  • Scholarship does not apply to certain specialty camps. They are noted throughout the guide.
  • Campers must attend a minimum of 3 days per week per camp; camp will be prorated.
  • Proration is weighted and not equal across each day.
  • Campers must be registered for full-day camp that week to attend the full day field trip.
  • For a list of field trips and special lunches, please see the camp calendar at www.nsymca.org

 

What should my child bring to camp each day?

☐ Register for camps

☐ Label everything your child will bring to camp

☐ Backpack

☐ Water bottle

☐ Sunscreen

☐ Swimsuit

☐ Towel

☐ Lunch bag

☐ Snacks (If your child is attending an AM & PM camp please send multiple snacks for throughout the day)

☐ Change of clothes (preschool camps)

☐ Extra diaper (preschool camps)

 

*Do not bring expensive items to camp. The NSYMCA is not responsible for lost or stolen items. 


 

NSYMCA Camp Staff

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President/CEO
 
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Camp Registar
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Traditional Camp
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Senior Director of Arts
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Vice President Member Engagement
 
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Youth Development Director
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Aquatic & Adventure 
Guide Director
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Visual Arts Director
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Senior Director Camp, Sports,
Gymnastics & Family Programs
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Sports Camp
& Camp Add-Ons
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Special Services Coordinator
 
 

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