If you have an EEC voucher, contact Sheri Santos for registration instructions.
Dates: June 24 – August 16 (subject to change based on school calendar)
What: The Summer Fun Program is designed to provide quality childcare to children in grades K-8 during out of school time. The program is licensed by the Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) and follows EEC regulations (EEC license #9083941). The program is run by professional youth workers trained in youth development and education. A wide range of activities are implemented to foster a child’s physical, emotional, cognitive, and social development. Children participating in the programs are exposed to a variety of activities that are age appropriate.
Times: 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Ages: 5-13. Five-year-olds may participate if they have completed Kindergarten
Activities: Arts & crafts, STEM, computers/technology, theme weeks, special events, gym, fields, splash pad, swimming, gameroom, Beam interactive gaming, playground, and more!
Cost: $195 per week. Families can choose the number of weeks they wish to register for.
After registration in Daxko operations, parents/guardians will get an e-mail from PlayerSpace with additional requirements to complete the registration process! You will need to create a PlayerSpace account and sign/upload all required documents for your child to start Summer Fun.
What children will need to bring to attend camp daily:
Registration Policy: Registration will be on a first come, first serve basis via an online portal. In addition to completing the online registration form, there will be supplemental documents/forms that will be available on our website for review and acknowledgement. If Direct debit payments will need to be set up, that information will need to be provided at registration.
*Payments made during registration are non-refundable and non-transferable*
Holiday Closures: Monday, July 4th Independence Day
Individual Health Care Plans: If your child has a chronic medical condition which has been diagnosed by a licensed health care provided, you must get and Individual Health Care Plan signed by your child’s physician before they can start the program. The link to the form is below.
Medication Consent: If you child will need to take medication while they are at the program the club must have a medication consent form that has been completed by a health care provider on file. This includes epipens and inhalers. The link for the medication consent form is below.