Camp C-Woo accepting weekly and whole summer registration!
Click Here for Camp C-Woo WEEKLY Registration Now collecting weekly registrations, they will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Starting May 20th we will begin to lock in weekly registrations. After you turn in registration you will be contacted by email.
Click Here for Camp C-Woo Registration (Full Summer)
Important Camp Dates:
Full Summer Registration are currently being accepted
Early Registration Ends May 15
Weekly Registration Starts May 20
Camp Starts June 17
Cost for Summer (10 Weeks; June 17-August 23):
Student (Before May 15) $1600
Non Student (Before May 15) $1800
After May 15 $1980 (First Come, First Serve)
May 20: Registration Opens for Parents Registering FOR 4 OR MORE WEEKS
May 28: Open for all Weekly Registrations
**Please Note: To be guaranteed a spot in Camp C-Woo you must register for the entire summer before May 15. After May 15 registration will be based upon availability.
The Camp C-Woo Summer Kids Camp is an activity based day camp for kids. The age group we target is kids that have graduated from kindergarten and are entering first grade. We do this because we find in the environment that we operate in, to ensure the quality of the program for all of our campers and to help ensure the safety of our campers and staff. The typical maximum age we accept is youth entering the sixth grade. The guiding principles of the camp are to be active, be safe and have fun.
The camp operates from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM Monday through Friday. Drop off times are between 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM and pick up times are from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM. We do ask that the kids be present between the times of 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. Kids are to bring their own lunches and snacks.
What activities will C-Woo campers participate in?
Playing games in the Recreation Center
Doing fun physical activities daily to improve balance, strength, endurance, speed, agility and flexibility
Climbing on the wall in the Recreation Center
Arts & Crafts
Learning about character education and improving positive social skills
Participating in academic related activities with education majors
Improving swimming skills and learning about water safety several times a week
Learn about nutrition and prepare snacks
What To Bring Each Day:
Lunch (Refrigeration is not available)
Clothes to exercise in
Close toed, closed heel athletic shoes (no wheelie shoes)
Sandals (for water activities)
Jacket/Pants (Always a good idea just in case)
Swimsuit, towel, goggles (Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays as well as Field trips as needed)
Backpack or bag to carry items
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