Summer Camp Series
Usually, we’re sharing the Summer Camp Series Guide with you around this time of year. Like so many other things, our summer camp rollout is going to be a little different this year. Our team is working hard to plan not only a fun summer but a safe summer as well.
While we will offer 2021 summer camps, registration will be pushed back a few months. Stay tuned for more information in the coming months about our summer camp offerings and registration.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you offer partial payment plans?
Parent/guardian may pay-in-full for summer camp enrollment(s) at the time of initial registration, or select the payment plan option. The schedule below specifies the payment dates and applicable payments.
Jan 8-Feb 28 Day of enrollment: 25% of total fees March 1: 25% of total fees April 1: 25% of total fees May 1: 25% of total fees Mar 1-Mar 31 Day of enrollment: 25% of total fees Day after enrollment: 25% of total fees April 1: 25% of total fees May 1: 25% of total fees Apr 1-Apr 30 Day of enrollment: 25% of total fees Day after enrollment: 50% of total fees May 1: 25% of total fees N/A May 1-Aug 2 Day of enrollment: 100% of total fees N/A N/A N/A
Where can I find scholarship information?
Please submit complete scholarship application with all required documents in order for application to be processed. Incomplete applications will not be considered and no applications will be accepted after the April 1, 2020 deadline.
Based on Federal Poverty Guidelines
Inclusion Statement, Modifications + Other Considerations
Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation’s Summer Camp Series (SCS) program is committed to being an inclusive program. Dedicated to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). By making reasonable modifications, our inclusion model allows participants of many different ability levels to join our SCS program.
Reasonable modifications are individualized techniques and resources used to enhance program participation without fundamentally altering a program.
With that in mind, note that SCS is not a specialized, respite, or therapeutic program. Safety of each and every participant is our top priority. If, with reasonable modifications provided, a participant poses a threat of physical harm of themselves or others, or demonstrates that he or she cannot participate in our program safely, CCPR may decline the enrollment, or if currently participating, temporarily suspend participation.
- When you register for camp, mark “yes” in the inclusive services request section. In some cases, planning reasonable modifications may take two or more weeks. The earlier we know of your need, the more likely we can make a reasonable modification when the program begins.
- SCS Inclusion Supervisor will contact you to set up an assessment to establish an individualized success plan for your camper.
- Please be aware that CCPR reserves the right to refuse to provide a modification when that modification fundamentally alters the nature of the program or is unreasonable according to ADA regulations
There are times when a program does not fit a participant. It may be because:
- The participant does not like the program activities and/or components (e.g. swimming, field trips, large group settings, etc.)
- The participant has a health condition that limits participation in activities of a long duration
- The CCPR Staff have yet to, with the family, find the right plan to facilitate participation
- CCPR Staff have not yet reached agreement with the family on a support plan for participation
Whenever such a circumstance arises, CCPR reserves the right to delay the start of participation, or temporarily suspend a participant, until CCPR and the family develop a plan that assures safe and enjoyable participation for all participants.
CCPR’s Summer Camp Series welcomes participants of many different ability levels, and strives to produce an exciting, positive, and safe program for all. Our goal is to make SCS rewarding for each and every participant. For general questions about our program process and inclusive services, please contact Aimee Rich, Inclusion Supervisor at email@example.com or 317.843.3866.
Can’t make a full day of camp? Join us for a half-day of fun instead! We offer youth and family programs as well as swim lessons.
These programs are geared toward individuals with disabilities. We believe everyone should participate in leisure opportunities that allow for performance at their highest level, and we encourage participation by all ages and abilities.