Full Day Summer Break Day Camp

Dates: June 15, 2020 – September 4, 2020

Hours: 6:30am – 6:00pm, Monday – Friday. Closed in observance of Independence Day (July 3) and Labor Day (9/2)

Ages: 1st-8th grades at all school age branches, Kindergarten at Haynes Family Huntington Beach Branch and Kingston Branch only

Cost:

  • Full-Time Contract, 8-12 weeks: $120/week, $160/week for kindergarteners
  • Part-Time Contract, 1-7 weeks: $135/week, $160/week for kindergarteners
  • Annual membership fee of $25 required for all members, valid September – August.

Locations:

  • Haynes Family Huntington Beach Branch, 2309 Delaware Street, Huntington Beach, CA 92648, 714-374-2600
  • Kingston Fountain Valley Branch, 16582 Brookhurst Street, Fountain Valley, CA 92708, 714-531-2582
  • Pacific Life Foundation Branch, 15645 Gothard Street, Huntington Beach, CA 92647, 714-899-5900, ext. 1

COVID-19 Considerations
The safety of the children we serve is always the Club’s #1 priority. The Club follows current COVID-19 guidelines and takes numerous safety precautions to mitigate the risks of COVID-19 within our Club community.

These precautions include (but are not limited to):

  • Limiting the number of children enrolled at each site.
  • Placing registered members enrolled each week in static, stable groups by grade and limiting their contact with children outside their own group.
  • Frequent sanitizing of facilities and equipment.
  • Teaching children good hygiene practices.
  • Health screenings for all children on arrival, including checking for fevers.
  • Social distancing within the Club environment.

With your contract, your child can participate at the Club Monday-Friday, 6:30am – 6:00pm during your selected weeks. Due to small group sizes, the Club will have limited capacity. The Club anticipates that all weeks will fill up quickly, so reserve your weeks today!

DOWNLOAD THE 2020 SUMMER PROGRAM GUIDE

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

At the Boys & Girls Club, kids spend their days learning, having fun, and making friends! Our programs are designed to help kids reach their full potential. Kids can move freely through activities in each of our rooms, choosing from a wide variety of programming focused on the Boys & Girls Club’s five core areas of youth development: Education, Sports & Recreation, the Arts, Health & Wellness, and Leadership and Service.  Examples of some of the programs in these core areas are below:

  • EDUCATION: KidzLit (reading program), KidzMath, KidzScience, Mad Scientists Club, Jiji Math, Khan Academy, Lego Engineers, computer lab access and coding apps.
  • SPORTS AND RECREATION: Basketball, soccer, foosball and pool, indoor and outdoor games, relays, tournaments and contests.
  • THE ARTS: Arts and crafts, Image Makers (digital photography), Meet the Masters (fine art), Creative Authors Club, and digital arts.
  • HEALTH AND WELLNESS: Cooking and nutrition classes, Healthy Habits and Triple Play.
  • LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE: Smart Girls, Passport to Manhood, Torch Club, and Keystone Club
THEME WEEKS

Each week of summer, the Club will focus its programming on special theme weeks. Choose your favorites or sign up for them all!

  • Week 1, June 15-19: FULL STEAM AHEAD
    It’s all about Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math! With different STEAM challenges every day, kids will participate in hands on activities like creating a straw roller coaster, designing a marble maze, and engineering a boat that can float on water
  • Week 2, June 22-26: JEDI ACADEMY
    Our young Padawans will use the power of the force to help them create their own tunic and build X-Wing Fighters. They will begin their training by creating their own light saber and master their skills when a Jedi will come to the Club and demonstrate how to use the force.
  • Week 3, June 29 – July 2 (closed July 3): AMERICAN GLADIATOR WEEK
    Kids will get to train to become real life superheroes. This week will feature a gauntlet of physical fitness challenges and team events to encourage good sportsmanship and collaboration. During the week, there will be a 60′ inflatable obstacle course for kids to hone their gladiator skills!
  • Week 4, July 6-10: MASTERCHEF JR.
    Kids who love to help in the kitchen will love this week! They will get to learn about the science of cooking, seasonal ingredients, and they’ll get to cook up some delicious dishes in the teaching kitchen.
  • Week 5, July 13-17: IMAGINE SCIENCE
    Dive into STEM with hands on projects like creating a catapult, learning about blubber, and how sound travels. Kids will make informed hypotheses, test them, and then share what they have learned with their parents at a family showcase.
  • Week 6, July 20-24: THE GREAT OUTDOORS
    We are bringing the outdoors to the Club. We will do a scavenger hunt, create our own trail mix and s’mores, and play camp games like tug of war. We will also do a virtual field trip to a national park.
  • Week 7, July 27-31: GO FOR THE GOLD!
    We will celebrate the start of the summer Olympics with an Olympic week of our own. Kids will participate in traditional Olympic events as well as Minute to Win It games. Kids will create their own medals and torches in the art room, and they will be handed out at our closing ceremony.
  • Week 8, August 3-7: HOGWARTS EXPRESS
    Muggles and wizards alike are welcome to hop aboard the Hogwarts Express to the world of Harry Potter. We will be sorting kids into houses, making wands and potions, and creating our own butterbeer. The kids will also play a muggle version of Quidditch.
  • Week 9: August 10-14: ART EXPLORERS
    Kids will learn about art from around the world and get the chance to create their own amazing masterpieces. Don’t miss the “Meet the Masters” program, an award-winning program that introduces kids to the great artists like Van Gogh, Monet, and more, and gives them a chance to make their own creations in some of the most famous styles of art.
  • Week 10, August 17-21: AVENGERS ASSEMBLE!
    Kids will be led through different missions and an exploration of what it means to be “Super.” And they’ll get a chance to be like the superheroes they love in the movies! Kids will be able to design their own superhero costumes, create a name, power and origin story to share with Club members.
  • Week 11, August 24-28: SHARK WEEK
    Join us for a captivating week full of the ocean’s most feared creatures. Dive into summer with us to learn about sharks, make unique crafts, and play silly shark games. We will also do a virtual field trip to bring the sharks to our Club.
  • Week 12, August 31-September 4: FULL STEAM AHEAD
    It’s all about Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math! With different STEAM challenges every day, kids will participate in hands on activities like creating a straw roller coaster, designing a marble maze, and engineering a boat that can float on water
OTHER INFORMATION

OPTIONAL LUNCH PROGRAM
Our Clubs also offer a daily hot lunch program for just $6 per day.
Mondays – Subway, 6 inch turkey and cheese sandwich, chips, cookies, and a drink
Tuesdays – Club BBQ, Hot dog, chips, cookies, and a drink
Wednesdays – Pizza, 2 slices of cheese or pepperoni pizza, fruit snack, and a drink
Thursdays – KFC, 2 chicken strips, wedges, carrots and ranch, and a drink
Fridays – Club BBQ, Hamburger, chips, cookies, and a drink

PAYMENT POLICIES
Contracts are billed weekly and cover program hours from 6:30am to 6:00pm from June 15 through September 4, 2020. Payments are due the Friday prior to the week used, with no deductions for absences, vacations, or holidays. A late fee of $10 will apply if fees are not paid by Monday at 6:00pm.

All program fees must be kept current to participate in extra activities, including field trips. Field trips, special events and lunch fees must be paid in person at the branch. Additional policies apply, and fees are subject to change. For the most up to date list of policies and prices, please contact one of our school-age centers.

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