Summer program activities take place Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:30pm, except where noted.
Field Trip days (Wednesdays) take the place of all other program activities.
Afternoon Day Camp:
Half Day 12:30pm-3:00pm or Full Day 12:30pm-6:00pm or
Explorer/ Performing Arts Camp (PAC) from end of program - 6:00pm
Students enrolled in Afternoon Day Camp may arrive as early as 7:45am.
- All campers should bring a healthy morning snack and beverage. If campers are staying past 12:30pm, they must bring a lunch from home which should contain enough food to see children through the
end of the day. No sodas, glass containers or microwavable food allowed. Campers remaining in Afternoon Full Day Camp will have a snack and beverage provided later in the afternoon.
- There is no summer hot lunch program.
- Appropriate summer attire is required. For safety purposes, campers are required to wear closed toe shoes and socks or sandals with heel straps. No flip/flops, or Croc style shoes. Campers
enrolled in Sports/ Enrichment Camp must wear athletic shoes, socks and clothes that allow free movement.
- All field trips are optional.
- Field trips are subject to change or adjustment.
- There is no on-campus care for campers who do not participate in the scheduled field trip.
- Campers attending the field trips may be asked to provide money for their lunch and/or snacks. Please read the weekly calendar for specific field trip information. Outside food or beverages are
not allowed on the bus or in field trip venues. Souvenirs will not be purchased.
- Campers must wear the 2018 summer t-shirt on field trips. Replacement t-shirts are available at a cost of $15. Campers not wearing the summer t-shirt upon arrival on field trip days will
automatically be issued a replacement t-shirt and the parents will be charged.
- Backpacks and cell phones are not permitted on field trips.
- Campers attending field trips must be at Laurel Hall by the required time outlined on the weekly calendar. Campers arriving late may be excluded from the field trip.
- Sunscreen sent with campers will only be applied by camp staff if it is in aerosol form.
- Prescription medication will be administered by the camp director or designated staff member if medication is due during camp hours and is in the original prescription container. The label must
have the camper’s name, medication, dose, route, frequency and expiration date legible. If label indicates “as instructed” or omits any of the information required above, written instruction must
accompany the medication with physician signature. By state law any medications given in the school and summer activities must be ordered by a physician. This includes Tylenol (acetaminophen), motion
sickness medication, cough, cold and/or flu medication, and cough suppressant drops.
Thank you for your cooperation.
• ALL PROGRAMS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE •