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Randolph-Asheboro YMCA

Asheboro, NC

SUMMER DAY CAMP

The Randolph-Asheboro YMCA summer camp programs provide high quality experiences for your child that help build a healthy spirit, mind and body.

SAFETY

Certified lifeguards watch over our campers while they swim. Bus drivers are trained and certified with their CDL as well as CPR/First Aid/AED. Children are only allowed to leave with those listed on the pick-up list and must be signed-out by those individuals.

PROFESSIONAL ROLE MODELS

Our camp staff is selected based on their experience, attitude, skills and ability to demonstrate the Y core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. Our staff is trained on topics including risk management, diversity, child abuse, games and team building.

SELF-RESPECT

Building self-respect is one of our goals. Camp counselors are trained to highlight teachable moments and emphasize accomplishments and successes in all campers.

GOALS

Through a Christian perspective we want to provide your child with an experience that they will remember for years. We want to provide service that is convenient and affordable. We have scholarships available to families who may need assistance in providing a quality summer camp program for their child.

YMCA camps offer your kids a chance to have fun while building a healthy spirit, mind and body. Plus, they get to:

  • make new friends
  • play sports and games
  • go on awesome field trips
  • get messy
  • have fun
  • be a kid

WHAT WE OFFER

DAY CAMP
Ages 5 - 12

Youth ages 5-12 will be involved in devotions, new friendships, theme-related activities, field trips, arts and crafts, sports, 4-H, swimming, team oriented games and much more! Campers will participate in their designated group activities as well as camp-wide events. Groups are divided by age:

  • Climbers: Ages 5-6
  • Hikers: Ages 7-8
  • Mountaineers: Ages 9-10
  • Xtremes: Ages 11-12

*NEW* PART-TIME CAMP
Campers will participate in activities on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, ONLY, of each session. Field trips are not included.

COUNSELOR IN TRAINING (CIT)
An exciting leadership opportunity for teens ages 13-15 to interact with younger campers, learn expectations of counselors, assist with day camp and do team building activities. Teens build character, knowledge, their volunteer resume and enhance their opportunity to excel in life with this program. Teens interested in this program need to submit a CIT Application April1-April 30. All applicants will not be selected-only those who show a true desire to be leaders. All teens selected to be in the program will be required to attend Y training session(s) as scheduled by the directors.

SESSION THEMES AND DATES

*Themes are subject to change

Session 1: June 12-16
Armor of God: Put on the whole armor of God
Summer Day Camp Schedule-Week 1

Session 2: June 19-23
Jacob's Ladder: God is always with us; watching over us
Summer Day Camp Schedule-Week 2

Session 3: June 26-June 30
The Miracle of Easter: God loves us & gave his only son
Summer Day Camp Scheduel-Week 3

Session 4: July 3-7 *CLOSED TUESDAY, JULY 4th
Samson: God made each of us for a reason
Summer Day Camp Scheduel-Week 4

Session 5: July 10-14
Christmas in July: Jesus is the reason for the Season
Summer Day Camp Scheduel-Week 5

Session 6: July 17-21
Jesus Walks on the Water: Do not doubt God
Summer Day Camp Scheduel-Week 6

Session 7: July 24-28
The Ten Commandments: God's instructions for how to live our lives
Summer Day Camp Scheduel-Week 7

Session 8: July 31-August 4
Hannah & Unanswered Prayers: God knows what's best
Summer Day Camp Scheduel-Week 8

Session 9: August 7-11
Jesus Heals: We must have faith
Summer Day Camp Scheduel-Week 9

Session 10: August 14-18
Shadrach, Meshach & Abednego: The Three Faithful Men
Summer Day Camp Scheduel-Week 10

CAMP SCHEDULE

  • 7-8:30am-Arrival/Supervised Free Play
  • 8:30-9:30am-Call to Order/Devotions/Snack
  • 9:30am-Noon-Camp Activities/Field Trips
  • Noon-1pm-Lunch
  • 1-3pm-Camp Activities/Field Trips
  • 3-4pm-Snack
  • 4-6pm-Classroom Centers/Teen Center/Pick-Up

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

There is a one-time, non-refundable, non-transferable $30 registration fee for all students who participate in the program. This includes scholarship recipients as well as full-paying individuals. The first week’s payment and the registration fee are due at the time your child is registered. * Scholarship assistance available. Please see front desk for application.

DAY CAMP

Members: $95.00/Week
Public: $120.00/Week

*NEW* PART-TIME DAY CAMP (MWF ONLY)

Members: $65.00/Week
Public: $90.00/Week

CIT PROGRAM

Members: $55.00/Week
Public: $80.00/Week

EARLY REGISTRATION SPECIALS

***EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION: April 1-14
Save $5 per child off the 1st week and pay no registration fees.

***FREE REGISTRATION: April 15-30
Save $30 per child during Free Registration.

WHAT TO BRING

  • Bag Lunch, Drink & Morning Snack
  • Swimsuit & Towel
  • WEAR Sunscreen & Bring Extra
  • Comfortable Shoes & Clothes
  • Water Bottle

Summer Day Brochure
Summer Day Camp FAQs
Parent Packet

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