Each Summer over 1,500 children come to Beachmont to enjoy our facilities.
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- Swimming Lessons
- Arts & Crafts
- Nature Hikes
- Bible Teaching
- Puppet Shows
Our day camp is for children ages 4-13. We have a volunteer junior counselor program for teenagers ages 14-17 to assist with the summer day camp program.
2014 Session Dates, Hours and Availability
Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 4:00pm
|1st Mini Session||June 16 – June 20||Open|
|Session 1||June 23 – July 3||Open|
|Session 2||July 7 – July 18||Open|
|Session 3||July 21 – August 1||Open|
|Session 4||August 4 – August 15||Open|
|2nd Mini Session||August 18 – August 22||Open|
If you want to register for more than one session, full price (including deposit) must be paid for each session.
Extended Care Option
Extended Care is a supervised, non-structured playtime in the Field House – drop-off and pick-up upstairs in the lobby. Children will be grouped for extended care according to the number of children present and/or their ages. Contact the office if you didn’t sign up for Extended Care and would like to add this option. If you add this option after May 1st, payment is due immediately. We will not be serving any food during this time, however, feel free to send a snack with your child.
Hours: Morning 8:00-10:00 / Afternoon 4:00-6:00pm
Cost: $20/day (or $10 for before/after care separately)
2014 Day Camp Fees
Mini Sessions (1 week)
Sessions 1-4 (2 weeks)
First child: $295
Second child: $285
Each additional child: $260
IF YOU REGISTER AFTER MAY 1st, full payment is due at time of registration.
Day Camp is divided into four main age groups:
|Ages 4-5||Ages 6-7||Ages 8-10||Ages 11-13|
|24 Campers/group||30 Campers/group||30 Campers/group||40 Campers/group|
|2 Senior Counselors||2 Senior Counselors||2 Senior Counselors||2 Senior Counselors|
|2 Assistants||4-5 Junior Counselors||4-5 Junior Counselors||2-3 Assistants|
|2-4 Junior Counselors|
If you have a child that turns 6, 8 or 11 just prior to camp, you may enroll them into the age division of their new age – for example – if you have a child that turns 8 before camp, you may enroll them with the 7 year olds, but be sure to specify this on the application.
Senior Counselor: Full-time summer staff member
Junior Counselors are categorized according to their age and include:
- Assistant: Volunteer staff member age – 16-17
- Junior Counselor: Volunteer staff member age – 14-15
You may request for your child to be grouped with a friend (or friends), but please be sure your grouping requests fit within the age division parameters listed above. Grouping requests must be made on the application, not on the first day of camp. They will be grouped by their age average. The maximum age difference allowed is 18 months and must be within the age division.
1. Refer to the chart above to see if there are openings in the session(s) and age group(s) of your choice. If there are openings, complete the Camper Enrollment Form, Release and Waiver Agreement, and Payment Sheet and send all three (fax/e-mail/mail/walk-in) with $50 deposit per child per session. Registrations are limited to a first-come-first-serve basis.
2. After we receive your deposit and completed Camper Enrollment Form, Release and Waiver Agreement, and Payment Sheet, if there is still an opening, we will send you an Acceptance Letter and Parent Information via email. We will inform you immediately if there are no openings in the session(s) of your choice.
Refunds can be requested up until June 1, 2014 and will be given in full less the deposit. After June 1, refunds will only be given in the case of an emergency or doctor’s orders (a medical certificate is required with request). There will be no refunds for days missed due to illnesses such as the common cold, strep throat, flu and virus.
Balances are due in full May 1, 2014. If you pay after May 1, a late fee of $25.00 will be added to your account. Balances not paid by June 1 will cause you to lose your child’s spot in camp.
The deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable, even to another family member.
Accident insurance is provided for each camper at no additional charge.
Your child will need to bring lunch each day. Lunches are stored in coolers with ice packs.
All forms can be obtained on our webpage or from our office.
Medication Administration Form: If your child will need to take ANY medication (prescription or non-prescription) during Day Camp hours, a Medication Administration form must be completed and signed by the physician ordering the medications before ANY medication can be administered (including Benadryl, acetaminophen, ibuprofen, TUms, etc). Beachmont cannot administer any medications to your child without this form.
Food Allergy Form: If your child has a severe/life threatening food allergy, a Food Allergy Action Plan must be completed and signed by a physician. If applicable, please be sure your physician completes the “self-carry/self-administrations of emergency medication” section of the form.
Diabetes Form: If your child has been diagnosed with diabetes, a Diabetes Order Form must be completed and signed by a physician.
Asthma Form: If your child has been diagnosed with asthma, an Asthma Emergency Plan must be completed and signed by a physician. If applicable, please be sure your physician completes the “self-carry/self-administrations of emergency medication” section of the form.