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Summer Camps at JPCC

JPCC summer camps are each one week in duration, Monday through Friday, 8:30 – 3:00 p.m. for ages 6 – 11 and 11 – 13.

Please note: **Babysitters’ Bootcamp and **Jr. Lifeguard are offered for students ages 11 and older only.

Cost for each weekly session: $150. Registration fee includes all supplies, morning snack, lunch and afternoon swim each day. $15.00 discount is offered for additional family members (must reside at same address). Session 1 mini-camps are $90 all students/no discount.

Please note: LATE REGISTRATION FEE ($5.00/child) applies if signing up on first day of any camp.

Registration fee includes all supplies, morning snack, lunch and afternoon swim. Late registrations can be accepted if space is available. A fee of $5 per child will apply if signing up on first day of any camp.

Session 1: July 1 – 3   (Monday – Wednesday) 

Green Thumbs – $90
It’s not too late to plant! Grow some of your own veggies this summer. A short course in how fresh food is available in our own backyards, even if you don’t have a lot of space. Learn about composting and take home plant starts for your own mini-garden. Using fresh fruits, you’ll make a healthy smoothie each morning for a snack. Daily activities also include rock wall climbing, big group games and an afternoon swim. All supplies included.

Session 1: July 1 – 3  (Monday – Wednesday)

Jr. Lifeguard (ages 11 and older) -$90
Are you interested in learning about becoming a lifeguard? Then this camp is for you! See what it takes to make sure swimmers are safe. You’ll practice real-life skills used by lifeguards, including CPR and rescue drills. Rock wall climbing and other fun activities are included in the weeklong camp. All supplies, morning snack and lunch are provided. You’ll be “on deck” in the morning and swim every afternoon; bring a swimsuit and towel.

Session 2: July 8 – 12

Tennis Basics – $150
Game, Set, Match! Students will spend one hour each day with a tennis coach, the emphasis will be on the basics of this popular racquet sport. Other activities include rock wall climbing and gym time. All equipment, supplies, morning snack and lunch are provided. Pool time take place each afternoon, participants will need to bring a swimsuit and towel.

Session 3: July 15 – 19

Save our Summer Kitchen – $150
The sun is out and the berries are ripe now, but sweet and juicy fruits can be savored in winter, spring and fall too. You’ll learn to make jams and discover other methods of preserving fruit and vegetables to enjoy the delicious flavor of summer all year long. Enjoy other activities including rock wall climbing and gym time. All supplies, a morning snack and lunch are provided. Swimming is offered each afternoon, so bring a swimsuit and towel.

Session 4: July 22 – 26

Fitness Fun – $150
Not for couch potatoes! There’s more to being physically fit than just pumping iron. Good nutrition, healthy habits and regular exercise are all important elements of fitness. This camp will make learning about it fun! Create a different flavor smoothie every day for a snack. Make your own jump rope for a week of workouts. All supplies, a morning snack and lunch are provided, plus a healthy, kid-friendly recipe booklet. Swimming is offered each afternoon, so bring a swimsuit and towel.

Session 4: July 22 – 26

Babysitters’ Bootcamp (ages 11 and older) -$150
Learn about CPR, AED use, first aid and safety. Discover new games and activities to entertain small children during babysitting jobs. All supplies, a morning snack and lunch are provided. Swimming is offered each afternoon, so bring a swimsuit and towel.

Session 5: July 29 – Aug 2

Super Sleuths – $150
Bring your curiosity and investigative skills to solve mini-mysteries every day this week. It’s not quite CSI, but you’ll learn about fingerprinting and other crime-solving techniques. For a physically active challenge, we’ll unlock the mysteries of unique challenge course problems like the Spider’s Web, Traffic Jam and Nitro Transfer.  All supplies, a morning snack and lunch are provided. Swimming is offered each afternoon, so bring a swimsuit and towel.

Contact

360-313-1060

Register online for summer camps; a separate registration form is needed for each participant. First-time users must create an account.

If you have any questions call 360-313-1060. If there is no answer, please leave a message and someone will return your call.

Summer Camps

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