SUMMER CHILDCARE WITH A TWIST

During the summer, children visit many places such as museums, animal parks, science centers, the library, and metro parks, and participate in many other fun filled activities such as swimming, rock wall, outdoor play, sports, arts and crafts. Campers will build friendships, have unique experiences, and try and learn new things. Children are divided into groups based on their age.

 

Here are a few of the ways we plan to keep all campers safe this summer: 

  • Smaller Group Sizes: Campers will stay in small groups throughout the week to avoid unlimited contact.
  • Scheduled Hand Washing Breaks: Campers will wash hands throughout the day to keep germs away.
  • Sanitizing Spaces & Supplies: All camp spaces and equipment will be disinfected regularly.

Cabins:

CABIN 1: 5 -7 years old
*Those children entering 1st grade for the 2020-2021 school year must provide a statement from their school on Letterhead confirming that your child has successfully completed Kindergarten.
CABIN 2: 7-8 years old
CABIN 3: 8-10 years old
CABIN 4: 10-14 years old

 

 

Cost:

$170/week for YMCA members, $190/week for non-YMCA members.

$40 registration fee per child

*Title XX accepted, Program scholarships available to those who qualify

Contact Information:

Christina Ennis, Youth Enrichment Director at 330-724-1255 or christinae@akronymca.org.

 

Parent Information

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Camp Times
Before Care: 6:30-9:00 am
Camp: 9:00 am-4:00 pm
After Care: 4:00-6:00 pm

Before and After Care are provided at no extra charge for children attending day camp. The child needs to arrive at camp by 8:45 am each day.
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What to Bring
- Closed toe shoes (tennis shoes)
- Water bottle
- Backpack
computer
What Not to Bring
-Open toe shoes (flip flops)
-Crocs
-Cell phones and other electronics
-Toys from home
-Valuables
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Dates to Remember
First Day of Camp: June 8th
Last Day of Camp: August 21st

Character Building Guarantee - Our Core Values

Our core values unite us as a movement with a common cause. They are the shared beliefs and essential principles that guide our behavior, interactions with each other and decision making.
Caring-Show a sincere concern for others
Honesty-Be truthful in what you say and do
Respect-Follow the golden rule
Responsibility-Be accountable for your promises and actions