Fall Day Camp
Queen Village | 500 Kenilworth St.
This Fall, our Queen Village location will be offering Fall Day Camp; supporting the public school virtual learning from grade levels: Kinder – 5th Grade.
Fall Day Camp will combine time and support for their virtual learning schedule with gymnastics, aerial circus, movement games, and arts and crafts. We will stress the importance of school time and balance it with the much-needed socialization and physical activity your kiddos need.
Enrollment Opens: August 10th, 2020
Day Camp Hours
3:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Fall Day Camp – 10 week session Sept 8th- Nov 13
*10% Sibling Discount
- Day Camp Tuitions:
- 25% Deposit due at enrollment NON REFUNDABLE
- Remaining balance will be paid in 3 Monthly payments starting September 1st.
- 2 Days a Week – $2,000 Tuesdays & Thursdays
- 3 Days a Week – $2,610 Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays
- 5 Days a Week – $3,920 Monday thru Friday
- Aftercare Tuition:
- 2 Days Week – $350
- 3 Days a Week – $450
- 5 Days a Week – $600
Families can make changes to their Fall Day Camp selection until August 21st, 2020. No more changes may be made after that.
Example: If you originally enrolled for 5-day classes and want to change it to 3-day classes, you have until August 21st, 2020 to do so.
inMovement Cancellation Policy
- There is a 48 hour grace period to cancel, after that your deposit is non refundable. Once the session begins if you cancel without the 15 day notice you will be charged the cancellation fee.
- Cancelations must be done with a 15 day notice via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not comply with the 15 day notice there is a cancellation fee depending on your type of camp enrollment.
- 5 Day Week Cancellation Fee $600
- 3 Day Week Cancellation Fee $405
- 2 Day Week Cancellation Fee $300
Be sure your student arrives during your specified drop-off time. We will be extra particular about scheduled drop off times in order to minimize any mixing of students who are in different groups. Students will be checked-in outside by a staff member who will verify their registration on their attendance sheet. Upon completing their attendance, the student will then be asked to take a forehead thermometer test to ensure the child does not exhibit any symptoms of fever.
The staff member will ask the parent if the child has any of the following symptoms: cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, and/or new loss of taste or smell.
Upon completing this test, the child will then be given hand sanitizer and then escorted into the lobby where they may put their belongings in a cubby as normal. Parents will NOT be allowed to enter the lobby/building unless there is a medical emergency (again, in an effort to minimize exposure).
If your child has a fever or is visibly sick, they will not be permitted into the building. In accordance with CDC guidelines, we will be taking every precaution we can to prevent any exposure of COVID-19 to children or staff. Upon student drop off, if we detect a child has an abnormally high temperature and or appears visibly sick we will not permit said child into the building for the safety of our other campers and staff. We will NOT be able to allow said child to attend any future camp sessions until they receive a full detailed report from their primary doctor stating they have either tested negative or have waited three weeks at minimum before returning to our facility.
Our staff will be required to wear a mask at all times. With campers, we will strongly encourage mask-wearing as much as possible throughout the day. You will be asked to send your child with two masks. We will provide elastic cords that can be tied to masks to help keep them secure and near them at all times.
Please send a labeled water bottle with your child! We have water fountains available on both floors of the gym however we can’t stress the importance of bringing water bottles enough for this session considering the COVID-19 outbreak. The safest way to reduce cross-contamination is to have your child drink from their designated water bottle from home.
Beyond limiting campers direct exposure with other campers from other groups, we will also be pairing teachers with a consistent group of students to limit exposure. Teachers will only directly interact with students within their predetermined groups and will refrain from interacting with other children in other groups with the exception of medical or physical emergencies.
In an effort to keep all of our children safe and healthy we have dramatically ramped up our cleaning procedures. There will be 4 staff members in the building every day who are specifically dedicated to cleaning the lobby, gym equipment, tables, bathrooms, and any other surfaces in which our students interact with throughout the day. All surfaces used for camp by campers will be cleaned and sanitized prior to other groups entering the communal space as well as after their time in said space has been completed.
We will have our facilities air conditioners running throughout the day as usual but will open windows periodically throughout the day to further ventilate certain areas before and after camp activities. We apologize if this results in slightly warmer temperatures throughout the day however we will do everything we can to provide a comfortable environment for all campers during their planned activities.