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Summerscape Day Camp (Grades 1-5)

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Summerscape Day Camp

Location:  Rocky Hill High School (50 Chapin Ave)

  • Camp is open to all participants currently entering grades 1-5 for the 2022-23 school year.
  • Camp offers a wide variety of activities for our participants to encounter each week including but not limited to; Arts & Crafts, Music, Drama, Soccer, Tennis, Swimming, and so much more!
  • Campers are required to bring their own food and beverage each day to camp.
  • For more detailed information, please be sure to to review in detail our “Summerscape Day Camp Parent Handbook 2022” (link below).

*Early Program Add-On (7:30am - 8:30am)
Residents: $45 per week (Week 2: $27)
Non-Residents: $55 per week (Week 2: $33)

Camp Program (8:30am - 4:00pm)
Residents: $230 per week (Week 2: $138)
Non-Residents: $240 per week (Week 2: $144)

*Late Program Add-On (4:00pm - 6:00pm)
Residents: $90 per week (Week 2: $54)
Non-Residents: $100 per week (Week 2: $60)

Late Pick-Up Penalty Fee: Any Child picked up after 4:00pm (after Camp Program hours) OR after 6:00pm (Late Program) will be charged a $50 late fee per occurrence. Further information can be found in the Summerscape Parent Handbook.

*Note: Early & Late Program Add-On's are separate registrations.

(NEW) Summer School 1/2 Day Camp Option
Includes: Bus Transportation directly from the COL program at Moser School to Summerscape Day Camp when Summer School is in Session Monday-Thursday, full day campership on Fridays (No Transportation Provided).

Must be enrolled in the COL program through the Rocky Hill BOE (enrollment will be verified with the BOE.) Only Available Weeks 3-5 of Summerscape Day Camp.

Fee: $145 per week (Residents– Limited to 20 Spaces)

Step 1: Complete ONLINE Camper Forms: The following forms will be required at the time of registration and can be found on our website. These forms are to be completed by the immediate Parent/ Guardian of the camper being enrolled. For families with multiple children these form are required for EACH child:
-Camper Health Assessment Questionnaire (Required)
-Camper Pick-Up Authorization/ Emergency Contact Form (Required)
-Parent/ Guardian Acknowledgment Form (Required)

Step 2: Online Registration: Summerscape enrollment is scheduled to open to RESIDENTS starting Friday, March 25 and NON-RESIDENTS starting Friday, April 1. From here, you will be able to enroll your child(ren) based on availability. Full payment is due at the time of registration along with the completed camper forms.
-Note: If you did not complete the forms ahead of time, you will be asked to complete them prior to being authorized to register online. It is HIGHLY advised these forms be completed ahead of time.

Step 3: Additional Medical Documentation: Should your child(ren) require any medical accommodations such as having to carry/ utilize any medication(s) such as but not limited to; Diabetes Management, Epi-Pens, Inhalers, etc… you are asked to reach out to our front office (860-258-2772) after you have registered online for additional paperwork that will need to be completed by your child(ren)’s physician PRIOR to their arrival and to arrange a time to speak with our Camp Nurse for any other accommodations. Campers who fail to provide the appropriate documents PRIOR to their arrival will be turned away. Please reference “Camper Health Information” in the Parent Handbook for more details.

IMPORTANT POLICY: Campers who are enrolled in camp, but fail to provide ALL APPLICABLE documents as outlined (Camper Health Assessment Questionnaire, Camper Pick-Up Authorization/ Emergency Contact Form, Parent/ Guardian Acknowledgement Form, and/or any other medically related documentation...) by 12:30pm the Friday before the week of enrollment will be turned away from camp until all documents have been completed to the satisfaction of the Parks & Recreation Department.

A physical photo ID is required on a DAILY basis to release your child from camp. The Photo ID must be used to verify names of authorized pick-ups for your child(ren) that is provided to our staff. This is required on a daily basis as pick-ups may encounter different staff member per pick-up occurrence. Those who fail to present an ID will be asked to retrieve and present a valid ID prior to an authorized release of a camper. This is required for the safety of our campers and staff.

* Adjustments and discounts will be applied during checkout if applicable. *

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