Early Bird & Multi-Week Discounts for Camp Gadol
(rising 1st through 6th graders)*:

• $100 off 5-6 weeks…$150 if registered by April 30
• $150 off 7 weeks…$200 if registered by April 30
• $150 off 8 weeks…$225 if registered by April 30
• $200 off all 9 weeks…$300 if registered by April 30


 

Camp Katan

(Hebrew for “Small”)
For 2 years-Rising Kindergarteners

Summer camp is more than just a place where children come to play when school is out. Katan campers will experience new themes and activities every week, including dress up days, performances, and special events such as a family night with a movie.

Our schedule has a rest period for 2- and 3-year-old campers, allowing campers to nap or enjoy quiet activities such as reading or completing puzzles. During this time, 4-year-olds and rising kindergarteners get an extra swim period.

 

Camp Gadol

(Hebrew for “Big”)
For Rising 1st through 6th Graders

Campers will enjoy our dynamic program that allows every child to explore their own interests and try new activities within a safe camp atmosphere.

Each week, campers choose an activity to explore. It may involve a sport such as basketball or yoga, or a skill set such as music, video, or canvas painting. Plus all campers will participate in a variety of activities including sports, swimming, music, art, dance, and drama.

 

Teens

Rising 7th and 8th Graders

Teen Camp is about striking a balance between having fun and giving back. Three days a week, campers will participate in exciting off-campus activities such as paddle boarding, overnight camping trips, and more.

Teen Campers also have the opportunity to plan their own special projects and give back to the community through various volunteer activities.

The combination of recreational activities and community service projects contribute to a memorable and fun summer camp experience.

 

CITs (Rising 9th and 10th Graders)

Our Counselor-in-Training program allows teens to gain leadership skills and experience working with children, while enjoying the traditional camp experience.

CITs will receive training that emphasizes life skills such as teamwork, conflict resolution, and self-confidence. CITs will implement special camp activities throughout the summer, preparing them for future roles at camp or in the community. This is a junior leadership position that requires an interview and offers a stipend. For more information, contact Taffy Hunter at 757-965-6117. Limited space available.

 

Yachad

Camp JCC strives to provide every child with the opportunity to enjoy our summer camp programs. The Yachad Program consists of specially trained camp staff who are able to provide our campers with accommodations and supports for a variety of physical, emotional, intellectual, and developmental needs.

For more information and to help determine if our summer camp is the right fit for your child, please call Michelle Fenley, LCSW at 757-459-4640. If interested, a required one-on-one meeting will be scheduled to allow us to learn more about your child’s strengths while exploring accommodations and supports that may benefit them during the camp day. Availability in the program is limited.

 

*Register and pay in full by March 31 for early bird discount.

For more information, contact Nofar Trem at 757-321-2334 or ntrem@ujft.org.