2019 SUMMER PROGRAM
2019 SUMMER DAY CAMP SESSIONS
Week 1: “Express Yourself Week” June 10th - June 14th
Campers in Week 1 will enjoy a blend of “I AM! Who ARE YOU? activities through the use of visual arts, crafts, and games with a focus on self-expression. At the end of week 1, each camper will have an artistic presentation that focuses on things that are meaningful and important to them in their daily lives. Let’s learn about our fellow campers and make NEW FRIENDS!
Week 2: “Game Show Week” June 17th – June 21st
Come celebrate the beginning of summer as we challenge you in a game show showdown. Campers will tap into their competitive sides as they battle it out in Wheel of Fortune, Family Feud, The Price is Right, and Min to Win It games designed just for them!
Week 3: “Toy Story Week - Toy Making STEM Activities” June 24th – June 28th
Get your thinking caps on because curiosity, experimentation, and imagination run this week! With sparks of creativity, campers will be inventing new toys and designing the unthinkable with the environment around them.
Week 4: “Stars & Stripes Week” July 1st – July 5th
This land is your land, this land is our land…”, during Stars & Stripes week we will participate in activities that celebrate our country. Take pride in our land and cultures, from everything red, white and blue, hometown heroes to celebrating national monuments and landmarks across the nation – we have so much to celebrate including YOU! (Closed July 4th 2019)
Week 5: “Shark Week” July 8th – July 12th
Join us for a captivating week full of the ocean’s most feared creatures. But is there actually reason to be afraid of these animals? We will find out this week as we face our fears and use knowledge to make informed decisions about the dangers of sharks. This week we will learn about some of the 500 species of sharks while making unique crafts and playing silly shark games. Don’t miss out on this sharktastic week!
Week 6: “Through the Decades Week” July 15th – July 19th
This week students will explore art through the decades from the 1920’s, and even into the future! Students will participate in art projects inspired by the modern art movement, and will also learn music styles such as swing, folk, and rock n roll. Also this week campers will learn about the many memorable inventions developed during each decade.
Week 7: “Into the Wild Week ” July 22nd – July 26th
Insects, archery, earth skills, s’mores, and more! This week is all about the great outdoors. Let’s explore nature together as we embark on scavenger hunts, learn compass skills, and check out geocaching.
Week 8: “Wet & Wild Week” July 29th - August 2nd
Get ready to make a splash during this wet and wild week of camp! Campers will enjoy various water activities such as water bucket relays, water balloons, water balloon toss, water tag and more! Let’s beat the summer heat with some wet, wild and wacky games.
Registration and Fees for Service
Registration Process: A non-refundable $35 fee along with the registration form must be turned in before registration can be completed.
Enrollment: Upon registration you must sign your child up for a half day or full day and enroll them by session or specific dates.. If you wish for your child to attend a day that they have not previously signed up for then you will have to call the office to confirm that there is a spot for them.
Please see the fees below:
Sliding Fee Application and Sibling Discount: To see if you qualify for a reduced fee or discount please call the office at (661) 245-3139.
Absences: If your child is absent on a day that they are signed up for please call the office to let staff know that they will not be attending on that day. You will be billed for all of the pre-enrolled days regardless of whether or not your child attends.
Payments: Billing will take place on the following days. Failure to make a payment by the due date may result in the loss of your child’s spot in the program.
Summer Camp Policies and Procedures
June 10th – August 2nd 2019 8:00am – 5:00pm
Summer Camp Enrollment: You must submit registration forms along with a $35 registration fee to hold your spot for Summer Camp. Spaces are limited.
Sign-In / Sign-Out Procedures: All members must sign-in upon arrival with member’s group leader or administrative staff. Students may not just be dropped off. Parent/guardian must also check-out the member with their group leader or administrative staff.
Early Drop-Off Policy: Members who are dropped off between 7:45 am – 8:00 am will be charged an extra $5 fee per day.
Late Pick-up Policy: Our Club closes at 5:00 pm. There is a 5 minute grace period, following the grace period you will be billed $1 for every minute your child is not picked up after 6:05 pm.
Phone Policy: Please limit calling your children at the Club to Emergencies ONLY. If you would like to leave a message for your child we will be happy to give it to them.
Payments: The Boys & Girls Club of Frazier Mountain accepts the following forms of payment: cash, check. When writing a check, please make it payable to Boys & Girls Club of Frazier Mtn. Please include your child’s first and last name on the check to ensure proper accounting.
Camp Fees: Invoices will be made available on Friday and must be paid in full by the Monday proceeding the next week of attendance. Failure to pay may result in the loss of your child’s spot in the program.
Refunds: Payments are non-refundable.
Discipline Guidelines: Members who do not follow the Club Code of Conduct will be disciplined as stated in the Disciplinary Guidelines. There are no refunds for members who are suspended or expelled from Summer Camp.
Field Trips: Field trips are on a first-come first-serve basis, NO exceptions: Payment for field trips must be paid in full by the deadline indicated on the permission slip.
Personal Items: Please do not allow your child to bring toys, electronics, or other personal items from home. We are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Snack/Lunch: There will be one morning snack and one afternoon snack provided each day. Club members are responsible for bringing their own lunches.
Dress Code: Members are required to wear close-toed shoes. Members are encouraged to bring a towel, sandals, bathing suit or extra clothes, and their own sun screen for water play days.
3149 San Carlos Trail
Frazier Park, CA 93225