Summer Camp with a Splash of Academics 

Dear Parents:

Thank you for your interest in our Summer Day Camp Program. The first day of camp will be Tuesday June 11, 2024 and will continue through August 2, 2024. The camp is open to children Transitional Kindergarten through 8th grade. Children must have completed Transitional Kindergarten to attend.


$3.00 PER HOUR 8 HOUR MIN.(reduced cost this summer)

Rates include all entry fees for field trips,Grab and Go breakfast and lunch.


Friday Pizza Party

Financial Assistance available

For additional information please contact Andrew Boesiger or another staff member at 243-0561 ext. 149 or 129.


Please make it a point to meet and talk to our staff….These individuals have been trained to organize and manage children in group situations and strive to support your child’s needs both physically and emotionally through listening and encouraging each child. Many problems can be eliminated through good staff/parent communication. Feel free to discuss any problems or concerns with our personnel. It is our sincere desire to meet the needs of your child.


Grant is excited to participate in the The Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P) that provides summer enrichment academics for transitional kindergarten through sixth grade. “Expanded learning” will occur through hands-on, engaging learning experiences in language arts, mathematics, and STEAM for approximately 60 minutes a day.  



Grant School Summer Day Camp will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Monday – Friday. No child should arrive before 7:00 a.m. or be picked up later than 6:00 p.m. (See late pick-up

policy). Holiday Closures: June 19th, July 4th.


Backpack should include: Lunch (unless advised not to do so), swimsuit and towel, change of clothes, extra socks, sun screen, water bottle, water shoes (flip-flops). Please label all of your belongings.


A signed permission slip must be submitted for each field trip. Grant School Bus Drivers will provide transportation. Children who exhibit inappropriate behavior, or disobey safety rules will be excluded from field trips. Permission slips for field trips must be turned in on Monday prior to the outing. Due to weather and scheduling of buses, field trip days and times may change if necessary.

Tuesday and Thursday field trips are at the aquatic center.

Wednesdays are TBD (movies, skating, bowling, etc….)


A child causing discipline problems, bullying, causing injury to themselves or others, who cannot be redirected or cannot follow Day Camp rules and regulations will be considered in violation of the discipline policy. This type of inappropriate behavior will merit expulsion from the program. All discipline problems of a serious nature are documented for future reference. Parents are always advised, when a child has been written up for discipline problem. Under no circumstances is corporal punishment implemented, nor is a child ever treated in a humiliating, frightening or physically harmful manner.


This notice is to serve as a reminder of our policy regarding late pick-ups. Without exception, parents picking children up in Daycare after 6:05 p.m. will be charged a $15.00 automatic penalty plus $1.00 per minute thereafter. In a situation where a child has not been picked up before 8:00 p.m. and no contact has been made to our staff, in accordance with established policy, Child Protective Services will be called. We understand that emergencies can arise; however, it is the responsibility of each parent to have back-up support for these instances and not abuse our staff. Thank You.


A copy of court orders must be in the child’s file on the school premises in order to be followed by school personnel. State law mandates that a child must be released to either parent regardless of custody arrangements. The only exception is when a current restraining order is on file.


Child abuse is defined as any recent act or failure to act on the part of a parent or caretaker, which results in death, serious physical or emotional harm, sexual abuse, or exploitation, or an act or failure to act which presents an imminent risk of serious harm. In keeping with the California Penal Code SI 1166, all child care providers are mandated by law to report suspected child abuse, neglect or endangerment to the Children’s Protective Services or other specified agency. Grant School Summer Camp staff and volunteers receive instruction in identifying and reporting suspected child abuse.


Any child exhibiting signs of illness, (fever, nausea, etc.) will be isolated from the group and parents will be notified to pick up their child. A sick child must be picked up within one hour 

after contact. A child must be symptom free for at least 24 hours before returning to Summer Day Camp. We are not equipped to take care of a sick or recuperating child.


Trained staff members will immediately evaluate any accident that appears serious (broken bones, head, neck or internal injuries or any other trauma). If there are potential injuries such as above, the staff will call 911 and immediately notify- parents. All staff members are current on CPR and first aid.


All medications must be registered upon arrival with a staff member. Medications must be in the original prescription container with a label stating: Child’s name, medication name, dosage, dosage intervals, physician’s name and date prescription was filled. A request for Medication to be taken during school hour’s form must be completed and signed by both doctor and parent. The form will be kept on file in the Day Care Office. DO NOT send any medication unless it is absolutely necessary.

We look forward to meeting each family and sharing in our combined efforts to make this an outstanding summer camp experience for your child.

Andrew Boesiger, Lead Preschool

Grant School Summer Day Camp Staff

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