CAMP REGISTRATION FOR 2023 OPENS FEB 15, 2023*:
*Non-resident registration opens 3/15/2023
Recognizing that this age group still needs plenty of support and supervision, campers begin and end each day in smaller groups routinely checking-in with a dedicated group and counselor. This program provides a nurturing setting to introduce campers to activities in each of our program areas and encourage them to try new things and discover hidden talents with ample support from staff. Our activity blocks will ensure a dynamic schedule with plenty of opportunities to try the various program areas that camp has to offer. This consistent social setting encourages respectful interactions with peers and strong connections with counselors.
Please remember that your camper will have the best experience if you prepare him/her to have a great experience, and if you prepare us. Camp is held outdoors, please carefully evaluate if your child will enjoy participating in a program outdoors for 8 hours a day. The more information that you share with us about your camper’s health (physical, emotional, mental, personal history, unique behavior plans), the better we can prepare to meet their needs. By communicating and working together we will provide the best possible experience for your camper. Please be in touch with Jensen, the camp director (firstname.lastname@example.org) if:
|Week 1: June 13-17||Blast off|
|Week 2: June 20-24||Animal Planet|
|Week 3: June 27-July 1||Digging for Answers|
|Week 4: July 4-8*||Rec-lympics|
|Week 5: July 11-15||Earth, Wind, and Fire|
|Week 6: July 18-22||Wild Child|
|Week 7: July 25-29||Splashtacular|
|Week 8: August 1-5||Lights, Camera, Action|
|Week 9: August 8-12||Forest Fables|
|Week 10: August 15-19||A Game of Clue|
|Campers spend the day with friends, participate in fun games, hands on science, sports and fitness, music and create arts and crafts. Campers are required to bring their camp shirt to wear on field trip Friday's. *No program July 3rd & July 4th
Grades: K- 5th Must have completed PreK the 2022-2023 school year
|| Due at Registration
|TBD|| $10/per week/per child
$15 registration fee
$10 non resident fee
||Payments are due each Monday
for the week(s) your child is enrolled.
|You will automatically be enrolled into the payment plan at sign up unless you decide to pay in full. Fees due at sign up are non-refundable.
|8:00am-9:00am||Drop off/ Free play at the Fireman's Park (Monona Community Center if inclement weather)|
Sports, Arts & crafts, Performing Arts, Outdoor Lab, Water Activities
|11:00am-11:30am||Small Group Games @ Fireman's|
|12:30pm-2:45pm||Activity Block: Small Group
Walking Field Trip
Arts & Crafts
|3:15pm-3:45pm||Skits & Songs & Large Group Games @ Fireman's|
|3:45pm-5:00pm||Free play/ Pick Up|
Payments and Refunds
We carefully plan each session of camp for maximum fun. We understand that your schedule may change but our staffing and snack arrangements are finalized based on the enrolled registration attendance. With that in mind, please read our refund policies carefully.
The deposit of $10.00 per week is required at the time of application and is non-refundable/non-transferable. All deposits made at time of registration are nonrefundable. Deposits are not transferable between siblings and deposits are only transferable to another session if space is available. Deposits may not be transferred to the balance of fees for another session in which another deposit has been paid. Any changes or cancellations/refund request must be received via email (email@example.com) at least two weeks prior to the session start date or payment date. For cancellations prior to May 15, all funds will be refunded or cancelled other than the weekly deposit fee. After May 15, 50% of the camp fee is refundable up to the 14 day window before your camp week begins. Seven days before a week begins, or partial attendance of a week will result in no refund.
We will do our best to accommodate any weekly changes requested but cannot guarantee availability. If a family is facing financial hardship due to COVID quarantine requests or from their income, they may ask Monona Parks & Recreation to defer their payments to a later date that is agreed upon between both parties. Failure to pay any deferred payments will results in removal from program and/or additional consequences put forth by the city of Monona.
There will be no fee reduction or reimbursement for absences due to illness, family emergencies, vacation, COVID quarantine*, unexpected visits from relatives or for any other reason. Please note, the no refund policy also includes emergency weather closures.