FPP will offer summer camp sessions this coming summer.
Session 1: June 13-30 (3 weeks)
Session 2: July 11 – July 28 (3 weeks)
Each session runs from Monday – Thursday from 9 AM – 1PM.
Fees and Enrollment
A $50 registration fee is due at sign up for each camp.
Tuition for each camp is due on the first day of camp. Each 3 week session is $200. Spots are offered on a first come basis and is open to children ages 1-5 years old.
Camp will consist of a one year old class, a two year old class, and a three and four year old mixed age class. All classes have experienced teachers (with teen helpers in the two younger classes). Children are generally grouped by their previous school year’s age group (example: in 2 year old class for 2014-15…in two’s class for summer camp). We will do our best to place “buddies” together if they are very close in age.
What we Do
On the first day of camp, we’ll give you a list of simple fun ways to dress for each day of camp….such as crazy hair day. This is just for fun and totally optional. We will have special “surprise” visitors and activities each camp session. SHHHH…it’s a secret!
Thursday will be “Water Day”, weather permitting. We play outside in sprinklers and wading pools and run around like crazy. Send your child in swimsuits under clothes with a towel and a change of clothes. Swim diapers should be used if not potty-trained.
FPP will supply all snacks, including popsicles daily. If your child has a birthday or you’d like to share a special snack, please let Miss Ann know.
Send a lunch and a drink each day in a lunchbox/bag labeled withyour child’s name. Thursdays will be pizza day…..cheese pizza and a drink for $2.00. Look for sign up sheets and sign up/pay by Thursday morning. You can pay for all 3 Thursdays up front if you like.
What to Wear
Dress for hot weather with sunscreen/bug spray applied at home. PLEASE send your child in “enclosed” shoes instead of sandals, crocs, and the like. Children get very frustrated stopping every few minutes to empty the playground mulch out of their shoes, not to mention crunched toes and heels and on and on. Exception: Water Days…water-proof shoes are fine.
First Day To Do List
Bring your registration form and the remaining tuition fee on the first day of camp. Also, bring a reusable water bottle with child’s name on it that we can use outside on the playground. Bring an extra set of clothes to keep at camp while your child is here….just in case there is a toileting accident or spill.