KIDS CAMP IS HAPPY TO BE BACK THIS SUMMER!
Thank you for your patience as we’ve created the best possible Kids Camp plan while working with these ever-changing Covid requirements.
CAMP IS NOW FULL!
We wish we had a big enough program to fit everyone!
For those enrolled in Kids Camp 2021:
1. Camper Card
- Use this link if you need to check your parent portal: Current Enrollments
- Please make sure you have completed and read over the following before your child attends camp:
2. COVID-19 Protocol Acknowledgement and Liability Waiver for 2021 OPP Kids Camp
3. Welcome Letter
**These 3 forms were sent to the emails you provided in your parent portal during registration**
Dates and Themes
Week 1 - Tropical Paradise
Tuesday June 1 - Friday June 4
Week 2 - Around the World in a Week
Monday June 7 - Friday June 11
Week 3 - Kids Camp’s Got Talent!
Monday June 14 - Friday June 18
Week 4 - Crawly Creatures
Monday June 21 - Friday June 25
Week 5 - Time Travelers
Tuesday July 6 - Friday July 9
Week 6 - Enchanted
Monday July 12 - Friday July 16
Week 7 - Young Scientists
Monday July 19 - Friday July 23
Week 8 - Kids Camp Olympics & Stingray Spirit Week
Monday July 26 - Friday July 30
Hours of Operation
Monday thru Friday 9am-1pm
About the 9 & Up Program
Ages are 9-12.
Children 9 & up have a less structured, but still supervised day at OPP Kids Camp.
Activities will be provided, but children will have freedom in choosing what they want to do, when they want to do it, while still following all pool rules and camp rules.
9&Up's will have a designated counselor to their cohort or group.
9&Up's will still be required to sign-in and sign-out (more info on this to come).
8 & under weekly price $150
9 & up weekly price $75
COVID-19 Guidelines, Cohorts and More
Until any guidelines change, Kids Camp will:
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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