Time to register for summer camp at Holy Family! We’ll kick off the summer with some awesome adventures in moving art and medieval times. What is moving art? We won’t spoil all the surprises ahead, but these innovative activities will delight our art lovers and our most active kids, letting them put their whole bodies into their creations. Curious? Sign up today!
Each week includes themed activities, games, outdoor play, and arts and crafts.
Camp registration is open for kids ages 3 (by January 1, 2021) and up. All campers must be potty trained.
Middle school campers begin to take on helping roles, and high school students can volunteer*.
9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
(pack a lunch and water bottle for your camper!)
Week #1 - Art in Motion
4 days, Tuesday-Friday
Campers (3 yrs-rising 5th grade): $80
Seniors Campers (rising 6th-8th grade): $65
Week #2 - Castle Capers
5 days, Monday-Friday
Campers (3 yrs-rising 5th grade): $100
Senior Campers (rising 6th-8th grade): $80
Curious about how we're operating during COVID-19?
Read below a summary of our protocols as well as our cancellation and refund policy before signing up.
Space is limited – register soon!
Registration deadline: 5 p.m., Monday, April 26, 2021
Presented by Holy Family Preschool
*Safe environment paperwork is required for teen volunteers. For more information, contact Preschool Assistant Director Nalley Tabor at email@example.com.
Registration is now closed
Cancellation Policy & Refunds
We know circumstances around COVID create uncertainties, so we’re planning for the possibilities to give you confidence when you register with us:
If we cancel camp, you will be issued a refund for the affected days/week(s).
If your camper cannot attend camp due to a required quarantine period or tests positive for COVID, we will issue you a 50% refund for the relevant days/week(s) after written proof (i.e. positive test result or notice of quarantine) is provided.
If your camper cannot attend camp for more than 2 days due to a suspected case (i.e. symptoms), we will issue you a 50% refund for the days missed once positive/negative written test results are provided.
You can cancel your camp registration and get a full refund for any other reason up until Monday, April 26th.
Preschool Assistant Director
We imagine you might have some questions regarding how we'll handle summer camp operations this year amidst COVID-19. We are planning for camp with COVID protocols that closely mirror those we've used successfully throughout this year during preschool and which adhere to all current DECAL regulations based on CDC guidance. These include:
Campers, volunteers and staff are REQUIRED to report any COVID symptoms, known exposure or positive test results as soon as possible (within 24 hours) AND before reporting to camp
Limiting the people entering the facility to campers and camp staff
Carpool only drop-off and pick-up, and screening those who must enter (temperature, symptom/exposure questions)
Requiring masks for all adults and children at camp (3 yrs+)
children have two natural breaks built into the day: masks are not worn on the playground or during lunch
Maintaining cohorts (campers and staff) and placing siblings in the same cohorts as much as possible
Frequent hand washing & supervised hand sanitizer use in between
Daily disinfection of materials
Disinfection of frequently touched surfaces in shared locations (playground, bathrooms) between groups
Using strategies that encourage children to spread out, especially during seated activities; social distancing emphasized for elementary-aged and older
Separating children's belongings - each cohort group will have its own "home base" classroom indoors where their lunch boxes and things will be stored separated using cubbies, containers or extra spacing
No snacks provided this year and drinking fountains closed; all campers' food should be provided by families and sent in a labeled lunch box along with a labeled water bottle
Rotations set up so groups don't pass within 6 feet of one another
No shaking hands or physical contact between adults
Using waves, thumbs up, air hugs and other non-contact welcomes and celebrations as much as possible to avoid direct contact