We are excited to be offering our wonderful kids camp again this year, under the direction of our new director, Leslie Millstone. Some of you know Leslie from the Orinda Schools and as a fellow member of OPP. Leslie and her staff are looking forward to a summer full of fun activities to entertain your "littles".
Registration is now closed. All weeks and all waiting lists are full.
Tuesday, May 31st to Friday, July 29 (9 weeks)
No Camp Monday July 4th and Tuesday July 5th
REGULAR CAMP is 10:00am-2:00pm
EXTENDED HOURS are 9:00am-10:00am and 2:00 pm-3:00
FULL SUMMER COST
8 and under:
Full Summer - $1,260. (10:00-2:00)
Extended Hours $368. (9:00-10:00 & 2:00-3:00)
*Family Discount! (Second child under 8 is $1,160. for summer, third child under 8 is 1,060.)*9 and up:
Full Summer $368. (10:00-2:00)
Extended Hours $158. (9:00-10:00 & 2:00-3:00)
WEEKLY COST RATE
8 and under:
$368. a week for 10:00-2:00
*Please note there is no weekly rate for 9 and up.*
SUMMER 2022 CAMP THEMES:
Plans are in the works for fun weeks including:
Around the World in a Week
Wild Wild West
Enchanted - Everything Magical
Secret Spy School
Spirit Week - Go Stingrays!
AVERAGE DAILY CAMP SCHEDULE
9:00-10:00 Extended Hours: Free Play
10:00 DROP OFF at Home Base
10:10-10:30 Circle Time & Check In
10:30-10:55 Upper Lawn Play Time & Games
10:55-11:20 Arts and Crafts/Activity
11:20-11:40 Lunch Time
11:45-12:55 Swim Team Practices & Free Swim
1:05-1:15 Clean up Challenge and Snack Time
1:15-1:30 Group Time: Games, stories and choice time
1:30-2:00 Free Play Time at Home Base
2:00 PICK UP
2:00-3:00 Extended Hours Free Play
3:00 Extended Care Pickup Time
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What will this year look like?
Kids Camp will follow all county Covid guidelines for day camps, and adjust as guideline changes are announced
Yes, campers can attend camp and also go swim team practice!
What do we do at camp?
Our days are filled with swimming (free swim), arts and crafts, games, and physical activities! Each week has a new theme for kids to get excited about.
If a child’s swim practice time is in the middle of camp, counselors will escort children to their practice.
What swimming ability do children need to have?
To swim in the main pool area, children must be able to complete one lap of strong swimming. A lifeguard will administer this test and has full discretion to decide if it has been passed.
If the lifeguard determines that unsafe conditions exist, children can swim in the designated shallow end (kiddie pool)
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