Summer Day Camp
Our goal here at The Salvation Army is to ensure that your child has a safe, fun-filled, Christ-centered summer break. That’s what we are all about. Our experienced and caring staff work hard to create a warm Christian environment to help your child learn, play and grow. Does this sound good? It gets even better…
- Arts & Crafts
- Fun, Bible-Based Education
- Sports & Crazy Games
- Field Trips
- Swimming at Swanson Pool
- and so much more!!
Registration is due May 5th!
Sign up right away!
For questions or inquiries contact:
Youth Services Director
office: (630)377-2769 ext. 212
1. What ages can attend The Salvation Army’s Summer Day Camp?
The Salvation Army’s summer day camp is for any child from the Tri-City area entering Kindergarten – 7th in the fall of 2013.
2. When does Summer Day Camp begin?
Our day camp is open Monday – Friday, 7:30am – 6:00pm, beginning on June 9 and ending on August 15. The only exception is that we will be closed on July 4th for Independence Day! Enjoy that time with your family!!
3. Will meals be provided for my child?
No. Your child needs to bring a sack lunch each day. The Salvation Army will provide an afternoon snack for each child. Each family will be asked to sign up once a month to provide a healthy snack for our morning snack time.
4. What about a planned vacation? Do I still have to pay for that week?
No. You will not be penalized for spending time with your family. Please make sure we are notified in advance.
5. What is The Salvation Army?
The Salvation Army is an international movement and an evangelical branch of the world-wide Christian Church. Working in over 150 different nations, The Salvation Army has been ministering in the Tri-City area since 1951 by meeting both the physical and spiritual needs of those in our community. Basically, we are grateful for the love and blessings we have received from God and we want to share those good things with others.
6. What is the cost of Summer Day Camp?
Tuition for Summer Day Camp is $120.00 per week, with a $20 registration fee ($40 registration fee for families with more than two children). A discounted rate is given for more than one child registered in the program. Tuition includes all supervised activities at The Salvation Army, field trips, transportation, crafts, a t-shirt, snacks, and more.
A limited number of scholarships will be available based upon need. A completed scholarship application, along with one month’s worth of consecutive paycheck stubs needs to be turned in by May 5, 2014, to determine scholarship needs.
In addition to the weekly tuition, each child is required to purchase a season pass to Swanson Pool at Pottawatomie Park in St. Charles. Passes are $60.00 for residents and $78.00 for non-residents. Family discounts are available and scholarships may be available. Contact the St. Charles Park District for more information at (630)513-4377.
The last thing your child will need is a valid public library card in their own name. These can be obtained for free from your local branch.