Summer Camps 2022

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Welcome!

It's time to plan for those summer activities that inspire and nurture our Glastonbury students. Our menu of Summer Enrichment Camps provides rewarding and fun filled opportunities for students of all ages. Enjoy browsing through the flyers linked below. They contain details for each camp. Scroll further for registration and payment information, as well as other summer camp details.

For your convenience, click here for a Schedule-at-a-Glance of all camps offered this year.

We hope to see you at Summer Camp!

Summer Enrichment Camp Information

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Arts and Emotions: Grades 1-5

Beginner Guitar Camp: Grades 3-6 and 7-12

Bringing Books to Life Through Play: Grades K-2 and 3-5

Coding Camp: Grades 6-8

Coding With Dash & Dot: Grades 3-6

iCode with Dash and Dot Robot: Grades 3-5

College & Career Readiness: Grades 10-12

Getting Silly with STEAM: Grades K-2 and 3-5

Outside the Box Arts and Crafts: Grades K-6

Glastonbury Training Camp: Grades 9-12

World Language Camps:

Chinese Summer Camp: Grades 2-5

French Summer Camp: Grades 3-6

Multilingual Learners Summer Camp: Grades K-5, 6-8, and 9-12

Russian Summer Camp: Grades 3-6

Let's Talk Spanish Camp: Grades K1, 2-3, and 4-5 (Virtual)

Spanish Summer Camp: Grades 2-5


Program Information and Registration

Summer Enrichment Camps are self-supporting and are designed and facilitated by staff. There is no cost to the Board of Education as camp tuition covers the costs of teacher salaries and supplies.

Click here for summer camp online registration and credit card payment through the Glastonbury Web Store homepage. Select either Summer Enrichment Camp or World Language Summer Camp to access the list of summer 2022 offerings. All major credit cards are accepted.

If you are unable to register online, print out and complete this Registration/Emergency Medical Form. Registrations will not be accepted without the emergency information completed. This information will be kept confidential and will be destroyed at the end of the camp. A separate form must be filled out for each student and each camp. Hard copy registrations may be mailed to the address indicated on the camp flyer or returned directly to the Camp Coordinator. See camp flyer for contact information.

Then click on either Summer Enrichment Camps or Foreign Language Summer Programs

General Information

REGISTRATION FEE

Registration fees and payment information are indicated on the camp flyer. You may register on Glastonbury Online or by hard copy. For hard copy registration, cash or checks (payable to the title of the camp) are forwarded with the form to the Camp Coordinator. A limited number of scholarships are available based on financial need. Contact the Camp Coordinator for details.

REFUND POLICY

Summer enrichment camps are funded through participant tuition. Should there be insufficient enrollment to run the camp, the full registration fee will be refunded. To withdraw from a camp, contact the camp coordinator. Refund deadlines may apply.

EMERGENCY INFORMATION

If you are unable to register online, print out and complete this Registration/Emergency Medical Form. Registrations will not be accepted without the emergency information completed. This information will be kept confidential and will be destroyed at the end of the camp. A separate form must be filled out for each student and each camp. Hard copy registrations may be mailed to the address indicated on the camp flyer or returned directly to the Camp Coordinator. See camp flyer for contact information.

ENROLLMENT

Admission to the camps will be based on order of receipt of completed registration forms. The Camp Coordinator will confirm registration via email or phone.

ATTENDANCE

There is the expectation that students will attend all sessions. Students are expected to arrive on time and, if being transported, picked up promptly at the end of the session. Students are asked to stay home and notify their camp coordinator if they are not feeling well.

TRANSPORTATION

Transportation is the responsibility of the student or parent/guardian. Please be prompt when picking up students.

BEHAVIORAL EXPECTATIONS

Student behavioral expectations are the same as during the regular school year. All school rules apply.

COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

In-person summer camps will adhere to all COVID-19 health and safety protocols that are in place. We will continue to adapt health practices as virus conditions in our community change.