The YMCA of Greenwich offers a variety of summer camp options that value individuality as well as a sense of community, promote positive self-esteem and expose children to a variety of skills and experiences. Our dedicated camp counselors are ready to provide an active and fun environment for all of our campers. Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt to wear on trip days as well as a calendar of daily activities.
Contact: Angela Rende
Tel: 203-869- 1630 ext. 283
Camp Dates: June 24- August 16 (No camp July 4)
MINI CAMPERS (3 – 5 YEARS)
Give your Preschooler/ Rising Kindergarteners the opportunity to learn, grow and play each day while making new friends. Weekly sessions include arts & crafts, music & movement, outdoor sports and daily Water Acclamation swim lessons, based on the YMCA’s National swim lesson curriculum.
Mini Camp Enrollment Requirements
• Campers must be 3 years old by 1/1/19
• Campers must be fully potty trained
• Current CT health forms must be submitted
• Authorization to Administer Medication (if applicable)
Monday – Friday
Half-Day Camp: 8:30am – 1pm
Full-Day Camp: 8:30am – 5:30pm
DISCOVERY CAMP (ENTERING GRADES 1-5)
Discover something new this summer! Sports, crafts, Water Movement & Stamina Swim Lessons, games and more! Campers will enjoy weekly themes and take trips to town beaches and attractions. *Rising Kindergarteners are eligible to attend with older siblings.
Early Drop off: 7:30am – 9am
Full Day: 9am – 4:30pm
Extended hours: 4:30pm – 6pm
COUNSELORS-IN-TRAINING (GRADES 10-11)
Campers entering 10th or 11th grades in Fall 2019 will qualify for spots in our Camp Counselor in Training (CIT) program.
Whether your campers come one week or the whole summer, our CIT program will keep them engaged while learning important skills. CITs will have opportunities to shadow the age groups as well as participate in camp service projects and specially designed trainings.
Training topics include customer service, planing activities, behavior modification, communication with parents, supervision at the waterfront, goal setting, active listening, working with younger campers, camp communication, service learning, and team work. Each week’s themes differ, so not all campers in this program will have the same experience. All CIT applicants must participate in a formal interview and be available for mandatory staff training June 2019.
DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORMS AT greenwichymca.org/summer-