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You can view the brochure for Summer/Fall 2013 in its entirety as a flip book or by downloading a copy of the brochure.
Learn, grow, play, and have fun this summer! KidSpirit has an innovative Youth Summer Day Camp which offers two-week and one-week sessions for children grades K-12. The camp runs Monday - Friday and includes sports, arts, science, and cooking activities. Youth may attend morning, afternoon, or full-day sessions - for more information visit the Summer Camp Hourly Schedule Page. Programs are based on the grade the child will enter in the following Fall.
All activities are co-educational and kids with any ability level are welcome. Group leaders will assist kids in classes and escort them to each activity area. Head instructors plan, organize, and lead the activities. Camp staff emphasizes skill development, group cooperation, socialization, safety, and fun!
Are you a student looking for a life-changing summer job? Do you have a passion for coaching a willingness to learn and grow while helping children do the same? Check out our Employment page to see if a job as a Summer Camp Staff is right for you!
Know which age group you're looking to sign up for? Visit the registration page to sign up for camp! To check what classes are full or closed, look at the availability page under the registration page (in the top navigation bar).
*These schedules are from last summer. New summer schedules coming soon!
|Junior Beavers (JB)
||Dam Builders (DM)
||Duck Busters (DK)
Teen Mentorship Program:
|Grades K - 2
||Grade 3 - 5
||Grade 6 - 8
||Grade 9 - 12
Class & Pick-Up Location
Check-In and Check-Out tables are arranged by last names in the Langton Backyard. During Check-In, campers will pick up their name tags and be escorted to their groups by KidSpirit staff. In case of rain or extreme heat, Check-In and Check-Out will be in the Langton Hall gym. For all late arrivals and early pick-ups, please go to the KidSpirit office located in 125 Langton Hall.
Classes are held throughout campus during the summer. If you need to have your child leave camp early, let the office know ahead of time and come to 125 Langton Hall for pick-up.
NOTE: When picking up a camper, you must be an authorized pick-up and have a valid photo ID.
Wondering where you can park? Find out at our parking page!
What to Bring
Bring a backpack with a lunch, a refillable water bottle, snacks, and sunscreen. If swimming, bring a swimsuit, towel, and goggles (optional). Equipment is provided for camp classes. Campers may bring their own equipment. KidSpirit will not be held liable for any loss or damage of any personal belongings.
Visitors must first check-in at the KidSpirit office in Langton 125, where they will be required to show picture ID verifying they are on the authorized pick-up/visitor list. A visitor pass will be issued and is to be worn at all times. Lunch visitors can get a visitor pass from the Lunch Boss table.