Summers at the RAC - Develop new friendships, have new adventures, and create lasting memories!
Summer camps give kids a great opportunity to make new friends and have new experiences outside of their neighborhood and classroom. They provide children with an environment that nurtures experiential education and results in self-respect and appreciation for human value. Campers stay active, gain a sense of community, develop intergenerational relationships, and learn through first-hand experiences.
Our teams are dedicated to making sure that your child has a positive and memorable experience. Each team member goes through an extensive interview and training process to prepare them for the summer, including first aid, AED, and CPR certifications; as well as COVID-19 situational training.
RAC Summer Camp COVID-19 Safety Guidelines
The safety and health of campers and staff is always our highest priority, and camps have a long history of planning for and managing communicable diseases. We will be providing the following safety measures to limit exposure to potential Covid-19 spread:
- Campers and camper's families should ensure they are following state guidelines prior to camp and during camp, including gathering size and travel limitations, wearing masks, and social distancing.
- Campers with preexisting medical conditions must have written clearance by their primary care provider to attend camp.
- A waiver, including an acknowledgment of COVID-19 risks, will need to be signed by parent/guardian for each camper.
- Parents of campers will complete a health screening form daily at arrival. Campers should not come if they are feeling ill and will be sent home when sick. A follow up will be done with other campers if we are notified of a positive test in a camper.
- Each camper should bring a water bottle each day to minimize the use of water fountains. Water bottles will be filled by staff.
- Campers will be kept outside as much as possible, maintaining social distancing. Campers are strongly encouraged to bring masks for use should we need to be indoors.
- Camp capacity has been limited to maintain social distancing; campers will be further separated into small groups.
- We are limiting the number of shared supplies and equipment for activities by providing each participant their own for each day.
- Staff are required to wear masks.
- Camper's food will be prepared by qualified and licensed food service staff. Pre-packaged snacks are provided during the day.
- We are reinforcing health etiquette with the campers.
- We will be washing hands frequently and providing hand sanitizer for use throughout the day when entering/exiting buildings and other appropriate places.
2020 Summer Camps
Explorer and Adventure Camps (Ages 5-7 and 8-13)
Just For Me Camp (Ages 2.5-8)
RAC Basketball Camps (Ages 5-6, 7-9, and 10-12)
ROGY Tennis Camps (Ages 3+)
Sign up for all camps is required in advance. To register:
Adventure, Explorer, or RAC Basketball Camps: Contact Pamela Ray, Neighborhood Director
Just for Me Camps: Contact Jodi Hass, Kids Club Director
ROGY Tennis Camps: Click here to register.
Additional Camp Information and Forms:
- Camp detailed information can also be found in the Schedule of Activities.
- Note that non-members must pay at time of registration.
- In addition to sign up, a Youth Camp Enrollment Form (see below) for the month the camp occurs needs to be turned in by the first day of camp.
Forms for Members:
- Member Youth Camp Enrollment Form June
- Member Youth Camp Enrollment Form July
- Member Youth Camp Enrollment Form August
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