Spring Camp will be filled with adventure, fun, and an exciting variety of recreational activities, including: arts and crafts, special projects, active and quiet games, sports, and swimming.

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SESSION 1: MARCH 31 – APRIL 4

9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Mad Science Time Machine [Grades K–3]
Join Mad Science for fun and exciting hands-on science exploration. Become a Science Spy and learn how to send secret messages using special codes. Wrestle with the strength of air and experiment with invisible forces that have incredible power. Explore the fascinating abilities of the human body and conduct experiments to discover how your heart and lungs work. Experiment with substances that create amazing reactions. You’ll even take home your own Mad Science Super Ball!
Price: $320.00; JCC Member Price: $263.00


Tennis Camp [Grades 3–7]
Ken Heidman, Head Teaching pro, will lead this tennis-training program, assisted by a staff experienced in working with younger players. Tennis Camp is appropriate for campers of all skill levels who wish to improve their game. Each morning will focus on the fundamental areas covering: ground strokes, serves, volleys, match play, fitness and footwork. In the afternoon, Tennis and Chess Camps will combine for swimming and other activities.
Price: $320.00; JCC Member Price: $263.00


Chess Camp [Grades 3–7]
Are you the next Bobby Fisher? Learn the technique and the advanced critical thinking skills necessary to become a chess master and have fun doing it! Join us for a week long camp designed to build life skills and core values all while learning how to craft a perfect chess game. Fun and interactive, Chess Camp will be a week you won’t want to miss.
Price: $320.00; JCC Member Price: $263.00



 

SESSION 2: APRIL 7 – 11

9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Mad Science Energy, Forces & Flight [Grades K–3]
Join Mad Science and learn the fundamentals of flight. Experiment with different types of gliders and build your own loop-flying stunt plane! Tour the electron freeway and explore the world of electricity! Investigate waves, density and tides, and make your own multi-density wave modulator. Experiment with gravity, inertia, and centrifugal force. Explore the principles of chemistry as you grow your own crystal garden!
Price: $320.00; JCC Member Price: $263.00


Tennis Camp [Grades 3–7]
Ken Heidman, Head Teaching pro, will lead this tennis-training program, assisted by a staff experienced in working with younger players. Tennis Camp is appropriate for campers of all skill levels who wish to improve their game. Each morning will focus on the fundamental areas: covering ground strokes, serves, volleys, match play, fitness and footwork. In the afternoon, Tennis and Chess Camps will combine for swimming and other activities.
Price: $320.00; JCC Member Price: $263.00


Chess Camp [Grades 3–7]
Are you the next Bobby Fisher? Learn the technique and the advanced critical thinking skills necessary to become a chess master and have fun doing it! Join us for a week long camp designed to build life skills and core values all while learning how to craft a perfect chess game. Fun and interactive, Chess Camp will be a week you won’t want to miss.
Price: $320.00; JCC Member Price: $263.00



 

SESSION 3: APRIL 14, 21, 22

9:00 am – 3:30 pm

Junior Environmentalist Earth Interaction Camp [Grades K–7]
Spring into nature with us! This camp will have your explorer excited about the world around them. Our fun-filled week will kick off with our favorite camp activities such as games, arts & crafts, and swimming. Our specialty projects will have campers interacting with the earth by gardening, cooking with organic food, and ending the week with an exciting field trip to the flower fields.
Price: $216.00; JCC Member Price: $180.00


SPRING CAMP GENERAL INFO

EXTENDED CATE
Available for an additional fee.
8:00 – 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Closes at 5:00 p.m. on April 4 and 11
Price: $8.50; JCC Member Price $7.75
Fee for late pick-up is $1.00 per minute.

WHAT TO BRING
Please make sure all campers bring a dairy lunch and swim suit. Campers are required to wear closed-toe shoes.

DROP OFF / PICK UP
Drop off: 9:00 a.m.
Pick up: 3:30 p.m.
Drop off and pick up is located at the J-Team trailers adjacent to the softball field. When picking up your child, please do not leave your car unattended. A counselor will come to your car and ask you to identify yourself. A staff member will then bring your child to you. If you arrive before 8:45 a.m. for drop off or after 3:50 p.m. for pick-up, please park in a designated spot and bring or pick up your child at the J-Team trailers.

SWIMMING
All campers will have the opportunity to swim each day (weather permitting) and are encouraged, but not required, to participate. Please bring a swimsuit, towel, and something to carry them in. A plastic bag is suggested for wet clothes. Please put your child's name on all belongings to help prevent loss.

MEDICATION
If your child needs to take medication it must be delivered to a Camp Director by the parent. Each medication must be in a prescription bottle, which includes the name, telephone number, and dosage. Please fill out a Medication Authorization Form at the Camp Office. Medication must be claimed within three days after camp ends or it will be disposed of.

LOST AND FOUND
Parents are encouraged to put their child's name on possessions brought to camp (clothing, shoes, towels, lunch boxes, etc.). Lost items can be claimed in the lost-and-found box located inside the front door of the J-Team trailers. Please leave items of value at home.

LUNCH AND SNACKS
Please pack a dairy lunch (no meat or poultry) and a drink everyday. Write your child's name on their lunch bag to help with distribution. Lunches will be kept in a cool place, but not refrigerated. A snack will be provided each day. Ice water will be provided throughout the day.

ENROLLMENT
A completed Spring Break Extravaganza Registration Form must be completed by the first day of camp.

NOTE
All camps are subject to minimum enrollment. Activities may change at the Director's discretion.


CONTACT US

CAMP & YOUTH PROGRAMS INFORMATION
Melissa Overland-McKay, (858) 362-1117
Sandy Siperstein Rafner, (858) 362-1112

CAMP & YOUTH PROGRAMS REGISTRATION
Nicole Bennett, (858) 362-1132