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2018-2019 Camp Clementon Registration Form

Camp Clementon Fee 2017-2018 

CAMP CLEMENTON INFORMATION

2018-2019

Camp Clementon is for students in grades K-6, who attend Clementon Elementary School. This fee based program is designed for parents who need before and after school childcare.

CAMP CLEMENTON 2018-2019 FEE SCHEDULE

FULL-TIME
(per month)
AM OR PM SESSION ONE CHILD
$170.00
FAMILY
$265.00
FULL-TIME
(per month)
AM AND PM SESSION ONE CHILD
$290.00
FAMILY
$460.00
PART-TIME AM OR PM SESSION TICKETS $125.00
For 10 Tickets

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

All payments for the coming 2018-2019 school year must be paid one month in advance.  Child care will not be provided if payment is not paid in full, a month prior to service.  All payments are due, in full, the first week of each month. All payments must be made at Camp Clementon in order to obtain a receipt.

MONTH ATTENDING CAMP CLEMENTON PAYMENT DUE DATES
SEPTEMBER JUNE 11-15, 2018
OCTOBER SEPTEMBER 10-14, 2018
NOVEMBER OCTOBER 8-12, 2018
DECEMBER NOVEMBER 5-9, 2018
JANUARY DECEMBER 3-7, 2018
FEBRUARY JANUARY 7-11, 2019
MARCH FEBRUARY 4-8, 2019
APRIL MARCH 4-8, 2019
MAY APRIL 1-5, 2019
JUNE MAY 6-10, 2019
PLEASE MAKE CHECKS OUT TO CAMP CLEMENTON

If you have any questions regarding Camp Clementon please call Mrs. Kate Teschner, Camp Clementon Director, at (856) 783-2300 x 1020.

Cartoon kids at a camp fire by a tent

HOURS OF OPERATION and GENERAL INFORMATION

Camp Clementon operates according to the school calendar.  The camp is open on the days school is open.  If school is closed for any reason (holiday, weather, etc.), camp is closed.

Session hours are as follows:

AM Session: 7:00 AM–8:25 AM
PM Session: 3:15 PM–6:00 PM
PM Session on Early Dismissal Days: 12:40 PM-6:00 PM

Parents must sign in their child at Camp Clementon during each morning session.

Parents must sign out their child from Camp Clementon during each afternoon session.

Camp Clementon does not provide breakfast during the morning session. Your child may purchase a breakfast during the morning session. The full breakfast price is $1.00 and the reduced price is $.30 daily. Payment for breakfast may be made daily, weekly, or monthly by cash, check, or money orders payable to Clementon Elementary School.

On Early Dismissal Days, campers attending the afternoon session are to either purchase a bagged lunch or bring lunch from home.

WEEKLY ACTIVITIES

MONDAY – Snack Maker Surprise Day
TUESDAY – Arts and Crafts Day
WEDNESDAY – Game Day
THURSDAY – Gym Day
FRIDAY – Movie Day

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

Homework Time
Grade Appropriate Groups
Arts and Crafts
Sports
Cooking/Snack Prep
Computer Time
Contests
Games
Outdoor Activities
Snacks

Houses with apples in between

IMPORTANT SCHOOL-DAY DISMISSAL INFORMATION

In an effort to maintain safety and supervision for our students, Clementon School District will once again utilize Camp Clementon (Community Education’s after school child care program) to supervise students who are not picked up by 3:20 P.M.

The following procedures are currently effective and will be as follows:

  • Your child will be brought to Camp Clementon, which is held in the Multi-Purpose Room.
  • Parents will be charged $5.00 for every 10 minutes their child is late being picked up, beginning at 3:20 PM.
  • For the first offense in picking up a child late, in addition to incurring the fee(s) listed above, a warning will be given.
  • If there is a recurring pattern of lateness in picking up your child, in addition to incurring the fee(s) listed above, you will be required to attend a meeting with the administration to address the situation.
  • Only the parents/guardians and persons listed on the emergency card will be permitted to pick up the child from Camp Clementon. Identification will be requested.
  • You must sign out your child from Camp Clementon and complete a late pick up form.

Please note that this procedure will also be put into place if a child is not picked up following after school activities, up until 6:00 P.M.

Thank you for understanding that the safety of the children is first and foremost in our minds.