Summer Camp Guide - City of Gaithersburg

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Summer Camp Guide - City of Gaithersburg

Summer in the City 2012

City of Gaithersburg

Summer Camp Guide

Summer in

the City

2012

ReGiStRation

City residents – begins February 1 at 6 a.m.

open registration – begins March 1 at 6 a.m.

301-258-6350 www.gaithersburgmd.gov/camps

• www.gaithersburgmd.gov/camps1


Financial assistance

For all-day camps and

youth activity programs

For families in need of financial assistance,

full and partial Camp scholarships

are available to those residing within the

corporate City limits through the Dolores

Swoyer Camp Scholarship Fund. Financial

assistance packages are available at

the Activity Center at Bohrer Park or online

at www.gaithersburgmd.gov/camps. Completed

financial assistance forms must be

approved prior to registration. Financial

aid recipients must still pay a $30 deposit

per camp session. Applications received

after June 1 may not be approved before

the beginning of camp, so please submit

your application as early as possible.

PLEASE NOTE: Financial aid is NOT

available for sports clinics, specialty middle

school camps, Creative Tot Time, or

Children’s Summer Art Camps. For questions

regarding financial assistance, contact

Betty Woods at 301-258-6350 x112.

send a Kid to camp

City Seeks Donations for

Summer Camp Scholarship Fund

Each year the City receives hundreds of

applications from families in need who

want their children to enjoy the energizing,

educational and challenging experiences

offered by the City of Gaithersburg’s Summer

Camps. Help a child have a fulfilling

summer by making a contribution today.

Donations are now being accepted for the

Dolores Swoyer Camp Scholarship Fund.

Named in loving memory of the daughter

of former Planning Commissioner and

citizen activist, Dolores Swoyer, the fund

provides full and partial financial assistance

to qualifying families. Last year 103 families

were awarded assistance, and the number

of applications is expected to increase for

the 2012 camp year. For more information,

please contact the Department of Parks,

Recreation and Culture at 301-258-6350

or e-mail Tim “Smitty” Smith at tsmith@

gaithersburgmd.gov. Thank you in advance

for your generous support.

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Summer in the City 2012

Welcome to the City of Gaithersburg’s

Summer Programs 2012

❖ Full day camps run from 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Extended care will only be offered in the

afternoons from 4 – 6 p.m.

Session 1 Mon., June 18 – Fri., June 29 (10 days)

Session 2 Mon., July 2 – Fri., July 13 (9 days)

Session 3 Mon., July 16 – Fri., July 27 (10 days)

Session 4 Mon., July 30 – Fri., August 3 (5 days)

❖ The half day YAPs run from 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

❖ New this year, FunZone is an 8 a.m – 4 p.m. camp for children 6 - 11 years old as of

September 1, 2012, offered at Fields Road Elementary. For more information see

page 8.

❖ Individual session dates for summer clinics, Creative Tot Time, and the Children’s

Summer Art Camps are listed within the brochure.

❖ Full payment for all camps is required at the time of registration unless you select the

payment plan option. A complete explanation of the option can be found on page 13.

❖ Each camp is designed for a particular age group. Camps are broken down by age,

not by grade. Participation in the elementary school camps is based on age as of

September 1, 2012. Participation in the middle school camps is based on age as of

October 31, 2012.

❖ Make registration easier by registering online with the City’s “RecXpress” system.

Check the City’s website for more information at www.gaithersburgmd.gov/recxpress.

❖ To qualify for a City of Gaithersburg Resident Rate, the child must live within the City’s

corporate limits. All residents will be asked to provide proof of residency at the time of

registration.

❖ All faxes, drop-offs, mail-ins, and online registrations will be taken beginning at 6 a.m.

on February 1 for City residents and on March 1 for open registration.

301-258-6350


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inclusion program

Special needs children ages 6 – 14 may be eligible to participate in our Summer Camp programs.

If your child has special needs, a volunteer inclusion companion may be assigned

to work one-on-one with your camper to enhance his or her experience over the summer.

The objective of this program is to mainstream the child into the overall camp setting. The

emphasis is not to give special or unusual attention to children, which tends to set individuals

apart, but rather to create an atmosphere of friendship and acceptance. Registration

and requests for companions must be made at least three weeks before the start of the

program. For more information please contact Kimmie Alcorn at 301-258-6350 x115.

americans with disaBilities act

The City of Gaithersburg is committed to making reasonable accommodations as required by

the Americans with Disabilities Act.

dates to rememBer:

February 1 City resident registration opens at 6 a.m.

march 1 Open registration begins at 6 a.m.

June 1 Final payment due for all camps

June 18 First day of camp

July 4 No camp

We look forward to making this summer a safe and fun experience for your family.

For questions or more information, please contact the main Recreation Department

office at Bohrer Park, Summit Hall Farm at 301-258-6350 or visit the City’s

website at www.gaithersburgmd.gov/camps.

taBle oF contents

Welcome ................................................................................................................. 2 – 3

About Our Camps ......................................................................................................... 4

All-day Elementary School Camps ............................................................................... 5

Creative Tot Time ............................................................................................................5

Middle School Camps ............................................................................................. 6 – 7

Gaithersburg on the Go I and II ......................................................................................7

Youth Activity Program (YAPs) ..................................................................................... 8

FunZone .........................................................................................................................8

Sports Clinics ................................................................................................................ 8

Dance and Gymnastics ................................................................................................ 9

School of Skate ............................................................................................................ 9

Children’s Summer Art Camps ........................................................................... 10 – 11

Registration Information and Registration Form ................................................. 12 – 14

Volunteer and Employment Opportunities .................................................................. 15

www.gaithersburgmd.gov/camps

the city of gaithersburg

is part of the national

character counts! program.

This program is built upon teaching

the six pillars of character to our youth.

respect

caring

trustworthiness

Fairness

responsibility

citizenship

The City has joined many other municipalities

across the nation with optimism and hope that

by teaching the pillars we will be building a better

tomorrow for all of us.

mission statement

The Department of Parks, Recreation and

Culture provides quality programs, facilities

and parks in accordance with the priorities

established in the City’s Strategic Plan and

the Parks, Recreation and Open Space

Plan. These programs, which are available

to persons of all ages and cultures, are

designed to enhance quality of life and encourage

a sense of pride in the community,

highlighting Gaithersburg as an outstanding

place to live, work, learn and play.

city oFFicials

mayor

Sidney A. Katz

council vice president

Ryan Spiegel

council members

Jud Ashman

Cathy C. Drzyzgula

Henry F. Marraffa, Jr.

Michael A. Sesma

city manager

Angel L. Jones

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air conditioning

The City requests air conditioning at all sites

where available. Please note, however, that

most of the gymnasiums in use by our programs

do not have air conditioning.

extreme heat and

code-red ozone alerts

When code red ozone alerts and high temperature

warnings are issued, programs

will limit their outdoor activity and may provide

alternative activities, including quiet

games, water play and special events.

However, activities will still be held outdoors

for short periods of time.

emergency program cancellations

Camps at MCPS schools will not be held

if schools are closed due to weather related

emergencies. For information regarding

delays and closures of MCPS facilities,

please visit www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org.

However, the operational status

of camps located in City facilities is determined

by the Director of the Department

of Parks, Recreation, and Culture. Please

check the City’s website at www.gaithersburgmd.gov

for up-to-date information regarding

emergency program cancellations

in City facilites.

refund policy

Refund requests must be made in writing

at least two weeks prior to the start of the

program. Refunds for summer camp are

subject to a withdrawal fee of $30 per session.

A $10 withdrawal fee will be charged

for cancellation of extended care per session.

For a copy of the City’s complete

refund policy, please contact Tim “Smitty”

Smith at 301-258-6350 x125.

Behavior policy

Appropriate behavior by participants is

expected at all times. All campers will

be asked to sign a Character Agreement

detailing the department’s guidelines on

behavior and responsibility. The staff will

work cooperatively with parents to keep

them informed of inappropriate behavior

and solicit their support to resolve conflicts

and encourage positive interaction. Participants

who remain disruptive after consultation

with the parents may be dismissed

from the program.

late pickup penalty

A late fee of $3 per every 10 minutes will be

charged to parents who arrive late to pick up

their children. Payment is due upon arrival

and a child may not participate again until

the late fee has been paid.

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about our Camps

age appropriate camps

Each camp is designed for a particular age group. Participation in the elementary school

camps is based on age as of september 1, 2012. Each all-day elementary school camp

is comprised of units of approximately 20 campers. Each unit is supervised by a Senior

Counselor, who is at least a high school graduate, and a Junior Counselor, who has completed

at least tenth grade. Participation in the middle school camps is based on age as

of october 31, 2012. All camp sites have a Team Leader and one or two Assistant Team

Leaders. These positions are normally filled by teachers or college-age students.

camper information

The City is committed to providing your child with a safe and fun summer experience. As

a parent, help us help your child have a successful summer by providing accurate and

factual information about:

- Your child’s date of birth, grade, age

- Allergies and regular medications

- Any special medical needs your child might have

- Accurate address/phone numbers

A series of required camp forms will be mailed to you approximately one month before the

program begins. These forms will also be available online at www.gaithersburgmd.gov/

camps beginning April 1. Forms MUST BE completed and returned to the camp site on

the first day your child attends camp. If your child is not currently attending a school in the

State of Maryland, you must provide a copy of the child’s immunization records.

program site changes

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture

may need to move a program to an alternate site. Parents will be notified of all changes

as soon as possible.

Field trips

Your camp registration fee covers the cost of all field trips. No additional fees are required

for your child to participate. Transportation for all field trips will be provided by the City of

Gaithersburg or Montgomery County Public School buses and/or vans.

holiday

No camp will be held on Wednesday, July 4.

301-258-6350


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all-day elementary School Camps

ages 6 - 10 as of September 1, 2012

Give your kids a summer they will never forget! Gaithersburg All-day Elementary Camps

boast a variety of fun-filled activities that will keep your children on their toes. Campers will

participate in an array of sports, arts and crafts, games, team building exercises, and special

events. All participants go swimming multiple times a week at the Water Park at Bohrer

Park. Campers also get to explore exciting activities off-site during our unique and varied

field trips. Although the actual field trips have not yet been confirmed, campers generally

visit Bowl America, Domino’s, the movies, and Greenbrier State Park. Please note that field

trips vary according to session and may not be scheduled every week. Only one off site

trip or special activity is scheduled per session. There are no additional fees for field trips.

extended care

The option of extended care from 4 – 6 p.m. is available at the All-day Elementary School

Camps. The fee for extended care is in addition to the regular camp fee. During extended

care, your child will participate in supervised free play. Although extended care does not

include formal programming, campers still have the opportunity to enjoy exciting games,

sports, and arts and crafts projects.

CaMP QueSt

Session Activity Ext. Care Activity

1 34077 34081

2 34078 34082

3 34079 34083

4 34080 34084

Diamond Elementary School

4 Marquis Dr.

Supervisor: Monique Comstock x117

CaMP RainboW

Session Activity Ext. Care Activity

1 34053 34057

2 34054 34058

3 34055 34059

4 34056 34060

Activity Center at Bohrer Park

Summit Hall Farm

506 S. Frederick Ave.

Supervisor: Rachel Tailby x144

Camp Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Extended Care Hours: 4 – 6 p.m.

CaMP DiSCoveRy

Session Activity Ext. Care Activity

1 34061 34065

2 34062 34066

3 34063 34067

4 34064 34068

Forest Oak Middle School

651 Saybrooke Oaks Blvd.

Supervisor: Dave Ludington x113

CaMP iMaGination

Session Activity Ext. Care Activity

1 34069 34073

2 34070 34074

3 34071 34075

4 34072 34076

Rachel Carson Elementary School

100 Tschiffely Square Rd.

Supervisor: Monique Comstock x117

Note: If Rachel Carson ES is unavailable,

Camp Imagination will be held at

Thurgood Marshall ES.

sessions Fee(r/nr) ext. care (r/nr)

1 Mon., June 18 – Fri., June 29 $228/$299 $61/$87

2 Mon., July 2 – Fri., July 13* $206/$270 $49/$79

3 Mon., July 16 – Fri., July 27 $228/$299 $61/$87

4 Mon., July 30 – Fri., August 3 $126/$155 $33/$45

* No camp July 4.

R = City of Gaithersburg Resident / NR = Nonresident

www.gaithersburgmd.gov/camps

Creative

tot time

Summer

Registration

ages 3 – 5

as of December 31, 2011

Creative Tot Time provides a warm, loving

environment where children, three to five

years of age, will enjoy music, story time,

arts & crafts, and show & tell. The summer

program meets twice a week and has 13

sessions. Fees are due in full at time of

registration.

registration

City Residents: February 1

Open Registration: February 8

$160 Residents/ $195 Nonresidents

ages 3 & 4

Session/Dates Activity

1 Mon./Wed., June 18 – August 1* 34514

2 Tue./Thu., June 19 – July 31 34515

ages 4 & 5

Session/Dates Activity

3 Mon./Wed, June 18 – August 1* 34516

4 Tue./Thu., June 19 – July 31 34517

* No program July 4.

Casey Community Center

810 S. Frederick Ave

9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Supervisor: Katie Gleeson

301-258-6366

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all-day Middle School Camps

ages 11 –13 as of october 31, 2012

CaMP aCtiv8

Spend your summer with camp activ8,

located at Lakelands Park Middle School,

where there is something fun for everyone!

Campers will enjoy a variety of activities including

team challenges and games, sports,

art projects and special events. Campers

will explore their interests in an assortment

of activities and adventures, from daily

games to the annual boat race. Campers

can take advantage of the fields at Lakelands

Park for sports and camp games and

go swimming at Bohrer Park 2-3 times per

week. Field trips may include visits to Bowl

America, Greebrier State Park, the movies

and Six Flags. Field trips have not been

confirmed. Get ready for a new adventure

at Camp Activ8!

Session Activity Ext. Care Activity

1 34089 34113

2 34090 34114

3 34091 34115

4 34092 34116

Lakelands Park Middle School

1200 Main St.

Supervisor: Sydney Stasch x126

Each All-day Middle School Camp has a unique and exciting twist. Please read the description

under each camp to select the one that best suits your child’s interests. Participants

from all of the Middle School Camps swim multiple times a week at the Water Park at

Bohrer Park and occasionally participate in fun activities together. Each middle school

camp features similar off-site field trips, although the actual field trips have yet to be confirmed.

Please note that field trips vary according to session and may not be scheduled

every week. Only one off site trip or special activity is scheduled per session. There are

no additional fees for field trips.

extended care

The option of extended care from 4 – 6 p.m. is available at the All-day Middle School

Camps. The fee for extended care is in addition to the regular camp fee. During extended

care, your child will participate in supervised free play. Although extended care does not

include formal programming, campers still have the opportunity to enjoy exciting games,

sports and arts and crafts projects.

Camp Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Extended Care Hours: 4 – 6 p.m.

sessions Fee(r/nr) ext. care (r/nr)

1 Mon., June 18 – Fri., June 29 $238/$306 $61/$87

2 Mon., July 2 – Fri., July 13* $216/$280 $49/$79

3 Mon., July 16 – Fri., July 27 $238/$306 $61/$87

4 Mon., July 30 – Fri., August 3 $130/$160 $33/$45

* No camp July 4.

R = City of Gaithersburg Resident / NR = Nonresident

CaMP X-PloRe

X-plore the opportunities at this classic

camp for those who enjoy a little bit of everything:

traditional camp activities, outdoorsy

fun, and cool trips! camp X-plore

offers arts and crafts, sports, fun with science

and cooking, indoor/outdoor games

and great events related to each week’s

special theme. The camp is located at the

Robertson Park Youth Center – a unique

“green” building complete with a rockclimbing

wall, pool tables, video games

and computer room as well as great sports

fields where the kids can enjoy the outdoors.

Campers will be swimming three

times a week at Bohrer Park and field

trips may include visits to the movies, Bowl

America, Greenbrier State Park, and Six

Flags. Get ready to have an X-cellent summer

at Camp X-Plore!

Session Activity Ext. Care Activity

1 34101 34125

2 34102 34126

3 34103 34127

4 34104 34128

Robertson Park Youth Center

801 Rabbitt Rd

Supervisor: Rachel Tailby x144

301-258-6350

CaMP enDeavoR

Join camp endeavor and have the best

summer ever! Located at the Activity Center

at Bohrer Park, Camp Endeavor has something

for everyone. Campers participate in

a wide variety of activities including sports,

team challenges, games, special events, and

amazing art projects. From basketball to the

annual boat race, Endeavor gives campers

the opportunity to explore their interests in a

variety of activities and adventures. Participants

will also take advantage of the on-site

facilities including the gymnasiums, Water

Park, Skate Park, and Miniature Golf Course.

Although trips may vary, likely excursions include

trips to Greenbrier State Park, the movies,

Bowl America and Six Flags! Be ready to

Endeavor in new summer adventures!

Session Activity Ext. Care Activity

1 34085 34117

2 34086 34118

3 34087 34119

4 34088 34120

Activity Center at Bohrer Park

Summit Hall Farm

506 S. Frederick Ave.

Supervisor: Maura Dinwiddie x168


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Specialty Middle School Camps

ages 12 –14 as of october 31, 2012

CaMP innov8

Lights! Camera! Action! You don’t have to go to Hollywood to direct or star in your own

movie. camp innov8, the City’s video camp, is located at the Olde Towne Youth Center.

Campers will gain hands-on experience in all aspects of Digital Video Production, including

screenwriting, editing and directing. They will complete multiple projects and will “premiere”

their videos in a film festival at the end of the summer. Campers will also have the

opportunity to play the starring roles in their projects. Curriculum covers basic operation

of camera, shooting techniques, scripting and storyboarding, editing and graphics. Camp

Innov8 campers will also swim once a week at Bohrer Park and will go on location shoots

and other field trips. The first session of Innov8 will be geared towards beginners and the

second session will be designed for more advanced participants. Get ready to be Innov8ive

and show your creativity on video this summer. Please note that registration fee includes

a yearly membership to Olde Towne Youth Center for the 2012-2013 school year.

Sessions/Dates Activities Fee (R/NR)

1 Mon., June 18 – Fri., July 6* 34131 $333/$446

2 Mon., July 9 – Fri., August 3 34132 $443/$584

* No camp July 4.

Olde Towne Youth Center

301 Teachers Way

Supervisor: Kimmie Alcorn x115

CaMP XCeleR8

Ready, set…Xceler8! Spend the summer at this action-packed camp consisting of multiple

field trips per session and great camp activities including games, sports, swimming

and special events. camp Xceler8 will meet daily at the Olde Towne Youth Center, and

campers will be transported by bus or vans to various offsite destinations including Bowl

America, Cameron Run, movie theatres, SplashDown Water Park, Six Flags, Adventure

Park USA, and much more! Additionally, campers will swim twice per week at Bohrer Park

and should also be prepared to participate in challenging activities that include hiking,

rafting and indoor rock climbing. Get ready to Xceler8 towards summer fun! Trips vary by

session and some trips are duplicated throughout the summer. Please note: the trip locations

listed below are subject to change. Registration fee includes yearly membership for

the Olde Towne Youth Center for the 2012-2013 school year.

Sessions/Dates Activity Fee (R/NR)

1 Mon., June 18 – Fri., June 29 34093 $300/$352

2 Mon., July 2 – Fri., July 13* 34094 $283/$327

3 Mon., July 16 – Fri., July 27 34095 $300/$352

4 Mon., July 30 – Fri., August 3 34096 $192/$213

* No camp July 4.

Olde Towne Youth Center

301 Teachers Way

Supervisor: Siobhan Halmos x134

Camp Xceler8 Sessions and Trips

Note: Trips are subject to change.

www.gaithersburgmd.gov/camps

Gaithersburg

on the Go!

GaitheRSbuRG on the Go i

(GoG i)

Didn’t get enough camp over seven weeks?

Here’s your last chance to cram in more

exciting activities before the summer is

through! This fast-paced week, complete

with action-packed trips and special events,

will bring summer to a satisfactory end. This

camp will be held at the Activity Center at

Bohrer Park and will take full advantage of

the gyms, Miniature Golf Course and the

Water Park.

6 – 10 years old as of september 1, 2012

Mon., Aug. 6 – Fri., Aug. 10

7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.

$161 Resident/ $198 Nonresident

Activity: 34051

Activity Center at Bohrer Park

Summit Hall Farm

506 S. Frederick Ave.

Supervisor: Sydney Stasch x126

GaitheRSbuRG on the Go ii

(GoG ii)

There is one last week of camp for those

campers heading off to middle school.

Gaithersburg on the Go II is based out of

the Robertson Park Youth Center. There

will be several trips during the week and

the camp will make full use of the Center’s

facilities, including the rock climbing wall,

video games and game tables.

11 – 13 years old as of october 31, 2012

Mon., Aug. 6 – Fri., Aug. 10

7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.

$165 Resident/ $202 Nonresident

Activity: 34052

Youth Center at Robertson Park

801 Rabbitt Rd.

Supervisor: Rachel Tailby x144

Session 1 National Zoo, movies, ShadowLand, Bowl America, Splashdown, Mini Golf at Bohrer Park, Rafting, Greenbrier State Park, cookout

Session 2 Potomac River Monument Tour, Air and Space Museum, Cameron Run, Sandy Point, movies, cookout

Swssion 3 American History Museum, Rockville Ice Arena, Bowl America, Splashdown, Mini Golf at Bohrer Park, Earth Treks, Greenbrier State

Park, movies, cookout

Session 4 ShadowLand, Sandy Point, Six Flags, movies, cookout

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Sports Clinics

volleyball CliniCS

Learn the fundamentals of the fastest

growing sport in the world! Instruction provided

in the fundamentals of passing, setting

and spiking along with offensive and

defensive strategies. Players will experience

“game like” situations during drills

and scrimmages.

entering grades 4 – 6

Mon., August 6 – Fri., August 10

Activity: 34534

entering grades 6 – 8

Mon., July 9 – Fri., July 13

Activity: 34533

Activity Center at Bohrer Park

506 S. Frederick Ave.

9 a.m. – Noon

$95 Resident/$110 Nonresident

Supervisor: Dave Ludington x113

girls high school

intermediate/advanced

entering grades 9 -12

Players MUST have prior volleyball

experience.

July 30, August 1, 2, 3 (4 days)

Activity: 34522

Activity Center at Bohrer Park

506 S. Frederick Ave.

6 – 8 p.m.

$55 Residents/$70 Nonresident

Supervisor: Monique Comstock x117

tenniS CliniCS

Instruction will be given on basic ground

strokes, footwork, movement to the ball, court

positioning, net play, strategy, scorekeeping

and general knowledge of the game.

7 – 11 years old by the first day of

program

Sessions/Dates (8 day sessions) Activity

1 Mon., June 18 – Wed., June 27 34364

2 Mon., July 2 – Thur., July 12* 34365

3 Mon., July 16 – Wed., July 25 34366

4 Mon., July 30 – Wed., August 8 34367

* No program July 4.

Morris Park

421 Summit Hall Rd.

9 – 11 a.m.

$80 Resident/$90 Nonresident

Supervisor: Pam Truxal x121

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youth activity Program (yaPs)

6 – 11 years old as of September 1, 2012

Your children don’t have to miss out on the excitement of summer camp even if they can’t

commit to an all-day program! The youth activity programs (yaps) are half-day camps

that offer participants a full-day’s variety of activities. Participants go swimming at the Water

Park at Bohrer Park and take three offsite field trips throughout the summer.

Sessions/Dates Activity Fee (R/NR)

1 Mon., June 18 – Fri., June 29 34105 $120/$139

2 Mon., July 2 – Fri., July 13* 34106 $109/$125

3 Mon., July 16 – Fri., July 27 34107 $120/$139

4 Mon., July 30 – Fri., August 3 34108 $65/$75

* No camp July 4.

Lakelands Park Middle School

1200 Main St.

8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m

Supervisor: Sydney Stasch x126

FunZone

6-11 years old as of September 1, 2012

New this year, FunZone at Fields Road Elementary School offers campers fun-filled activities!

Participants will enjoy fun-filled days, loaded with activities including sports, arts

and crafts, games, team building challenges and special events to keep them on their

toes. Campers will get to swim at the Water Park at Bohrer Park and explore a few exciting

offsite trips.

Sessions/Dates Activity Fee (R/NR)

1 Mon., June 18 – Fri., July 29 34551 $199/260

2 Mon., July 2 – Fri., July 13* 34552 $179/232

3 Mon., July 16 – Fri., July 27 34553 $199/260

4 Mon., July 30 – Fri., August 3 34554 $99/128

* No camp July 4.

Fields Road Elementary School

1 School Dr

8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Supervisor: Kimmie Alcorn x115

301-258-6350


Dance & Gymnastics

DanCe CaMP

This innovative camp is designed to offer

students an opportunity to sample ballet,

tap, jazz, modern, and hip-hop. Students

will learn some dance history and tales of

various ballets. Camp is open to new and

continuing students. Register early. There

will be a limited number of openings.

6 – 11 years old

by the first day of program

June 18 – June 22

9 a.m. – Noon

$95 Resident/$105 Nonresident

Activity: 34529

Casey Community Center

810 S. Frederick Ave.

Supervisor: Denise Mornini x119

GyMnaStiCS CliniCS

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ConCentRateD ballet

CaMP

Pre-pointe and pointe students will have an

intense 90 minute ballet class. Program

includes an introduction to musical form and

dance history. Prerequisite is a minimum of

four years of ballet training.

11 – 18 years old

by the first day of program

June 18 – June 22

5:30 – 8:30 p.m.

$115 Resident/$125 Nonresident

Activity: 34530

Casey Community Center

810 S. Frederick Ave.

Supervisor: Denise Mornini x119

Children will learn skills on the bars and balance beam, in vaulting and tumbling. Skills are

taught in a safe progressive order to build strength, flexibility and confidence. Participants

should wear a t-shirt and shorts or a leotard and have bare legs and feet. Clinics are open

to new and continuing students.

5 – 7 years old by the first day of program

5:30 – 7 p.m.

Activity: 34531

8 – 14 years by the first day of program

7 – 8:30 p.m.

Activity: 34532

June 19 – June 28 (six days)

Clinic meets Tu/We/Th for two weeks

$69 Resident/$79 Nonresident

Activity Center at Bohrer Park

506 S. Frederick Ave.

Supervisor: Denise Mornini x119

www.gaithersburgmd.gov/camps

School of Skate

Summer Clinics

beGinneR

anD inteRMeDiate

The Gaithersburg Skate Park presents the

School of Skate, taught by the City’s very

own private instructors! Through a combination

of group and one-on-one instruction,

our skate instructors will create a positive

environment that will help your child

become a safer, better skater. Although

the beginner and intermediate clinics cover

different skills, instruction will occur simultaneously.

Coaching will be provided

for skaters of all levels. Following a preliminary

assessment by our instructors,

participants will be assigned to a unit with

fellow skaters of the same skill-set. The

beginner instruction is designed for skateboarders

who can maneuver on open flat

surfaces. The intermediate instruction is

intended for skaters who have some experience

in a skate park. Students are then

encouraged to progress at their own rate

through a combination of group and oneon-one

instruction.

Participants are required to bring their own

skateboards and must wear a helmet. The

use of elbow and knee pads is also recommended.

If you do not own protective

equipment, helmets/pads are available

for use during the clinic. Please note that

on inclement weather days skaters will be

moved into the Activity Center to participate

in fun, skate-related activities.

7 – 13 years old by the first day of

program

Residents $125/Nonresidents $150

(per session)

Full payment required at time of registration.

Max 20 participants per session

Sessions/Dates Activity

1 Mon., June 25 – Fri., June 29 34471

2 Mon., July 9 – Fri., July 13 34472

3 Mon., July 23 – Fri., July 27 34473

4 Mon., August 6 – Fri., August 10 34474

Skate Park at Bohrer Park

510 S. Frederick Ave.

9 a.m. – Noon

Supervisor: Maura Dinwiddie x168

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Children’s Summer art Camps

arts Barn, 311 Kent square road

301-258-6394

gaithersburgmd.gov/artsbarn

* All camps may include some outdoor activity.

* Campers attending all day camp need to bring a lunch.

* Art exhibit or performance will be held on the last day of camp for family/friends.

* Registration for everyone begins February 1, 2012.

* To register call 301-258-6394 or visit the website www.gaithersburgmd.gov/artsbarn

* Visit our website for newly added Summer Camps.

June 18 – 22

CatRiona’S CaStle –

ChilDRen’S theatRe CaMP

Focusing on a different story each day,

campers will learn age-appropriate theatre

vocabulary, construct simple scenery/costume

pieces, and perform the fairy tales or

classic stories of Snow White, Peter Pan,

Cinderella, Robin Hood, and The Wizard

of Oz.

5 – 8 years old 12:30 – 3 p.m.

$110 Resident/$135 Nonresident

KRaZy KRaFtS

Create your own imaginary room in a

shadowbox with a design of your choice

using different materials to sculpt/build

three-dimensional images, miniature figures

and landscapes.

7 – 12 years old 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

$220 Resident/$270 Nonresident

PRintMaKinG

Learn about the process of printmaking,

and use your creations in projects to create

collages, cards, wrapping paper, bookmarks

and matted prints.

7 – 12 years old 9 – 11:30 a.m.

$110 Resident/$135 Nonresident

StoRy MaKeRS

Explore your imagination and create your

own special illustrated storybook. Draw

characters, develop a story, and finally illustrate

the story creating a finished children’s

book. A perfect fit for young artists

who love art, reading & writing. Students

may have their illustrated story made into

a real book for an additional fee.

8 – 11 years old 12:30 – 3 p.m.

$110 Resident/$135 Nonresident

June 25 – 29

inSPiReD by the MaSteRS

Learn about Kandinsky, Calder, Michelangelo,

and Picasso, and create your own

unique artwork inspired by these artists.

7 – 10 years old 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

$220 Resident/$270 Nonresident

KRaZy KRaFtS

A fun filled camp designed for boys and

girls. Enjoy using a variety of materials:

beads, hemp, gimp, wood and recycled

materials. Create friendship bracelets, coil

beaded pencil holders, personalized treasure

boxes, and so much more.

7 – 12 years old 12:30 – 3 p.m.

$110 Resident/$135 Nonresident

StoRieS beCoMe aRt

Create works of art inspired by some of

your favorite stories. Each day we will

read a story and then work on a project

inspired by what we have read.

6 – 7 years old 9:30 – 10:45 a.m.

$55 Resident/$68 Nonresident

4 – 5 years old 11:15 – 12:00 p.m.

$33 Resident/$41 Nonresident

voCal PeRFoRManCe –

WalKinG With the StaRS

A combination of vocal training and stage

training. Learn proper vocal techniques to

project words in musical theatre. Apply

these techniques to present a vocal performance

of an animated favorite where

Beauty meets the Beast and you will learn

to sing like a star.

8 – 12 years old 9 – 3 p.m.

$220 Resident/$270 Nonresident

301-258-6350

July 2 – 6

(no camp on July 4)

CatRiona’S CaStle –

ChilDRen’S theatRe CaMP

Focusing on a different story each day,

campers will learn age-appropriate theatre

vocabulary, construct simple scenery/costume

pieces, and perform the fairy tales

and classic stories of Sleeping Beauty,

Jack and the Beanstalk, The Magic Flute

and Alice in Wonderland.

5 – 8 years old 12:30 – 3 p.m.

$88 Resident/$108 Nonresident

KRaZy KRaFtS

Create your own imaginary room in a

shadowbox with a design of your choice

using different materials to sculpt/build

three-dimensional images, miniature figures

and landscapes.

7 – 12 years old 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

$176 Resident/$216 Nonresident

i liKe to Paint & DRaW

Each day try your hand at a different media:

acrylics, watercolors, pastels, colored

pencils, charcoal, etc. This is a chance to

explore many different ways to create 2-dimensional

art.

6 – 7 years old 9 – 10:15 a.m.

$44 Resident/$54 Nonresident

i Want to tRy that!

Every day create a different project working

with fabric art, jewelry & beading,

origami & kirigami, and fleece. Have fun

exploring your creativity.

8 – 11 years old 10:45 a.m. – noon

$44 Resident/$54 Nonresident


July 9 – 13

DRaWinG anD PaintinG

in anD out oF the GaRDen

A garden and nature theme will inspire

creativity as we explore a variety of media

including drawing, watercolor and acrylic

painting.

9 – 13 years old 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

$220 Resident/$270 Nonresident

inSPiReD by the MaSteRS

Learn about Kandinsky, Calder and Michelangelo,

and create your own unique artwork

inspired by these artists.

4 – 7 years old 12:30 – 3 p.m.

$110 Resident/$135 Nonresident

KRaZy KRaFtS

A fun program designed for boys and girls.

Enjoy using a variety of materials: beads,

hemp, gimp, wood and recycled materials.

Create friendship bracelets, coil beaded

pencil holders, personalized treasure boxes,

and so much more.

7 – 12 years old 9 – 11:30 a.m.

$110 Resident/$135 Nonresident

MuSiCal theatRe – “Willy WonKa

anD the ChoColate FaCtoRy”

Realize that dream of performing scenes

from a favorite on stage. Work on singing,

acting and movement skills.

10 – 16 years old 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

$220 Resident/$270 Nonresident

July 16 – 20

Fun With PhotoGRaPhy

Learn about composition and camera basics.

Take daily photowalks into the community

to apply your skills and then work

on individual scrapbooking projects to display

your art.

6 – 9 years old

9 – 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 – 3 p.m.

$110 Resident/$135 Nonresident

hanDbuilDinG With Clay

Explore a variety of clay techniques and

complete several projects including pinch

pots, slab tiles, coil bowls and animals.

8 – 12 years old 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

$220 Resident/$270 Nonresident

MuSiCal theatRe –

“ChaRlotte’S Web”

Realize that dream of performing scenes

from a favorite on stage. Work on singing,

acting and movement skills.

8 - 14 years old 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

$220 Resident/$270 Nonresident

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July 23 – 27

Fun aRt

Learn how to create unique artwork using

household items, recycled items and food.

Create art that is reminiscent of the art of

famous artists like Paul Klee and Jackson

Pollock.

4 – 7 years old 12:30 – 3 p.m.

$110 Resident/$135 Nonresident

Fun With PhotoGRaPhy

Learn about composition and camera basics.

Take daily photowalks into the community

to apply your skills and then work

on individual scrapbooking projects to display

your art.

10 - 15 years old 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

$220 Resident/$270 Nonresident

PaPeR beyonD DRaWinG

Explore the many amazing ways to create

artwork from paper beyond drawing or

painting. Experience cutting, folding, gluing,

printing and other methods to make

paper-based masterpieces. We will even

make some paper of our own!

8 – 11 years old 9 – 11:30 a.m.

$110 Resident/$135 Nonresident

voCal PeRFoRManCe –

WalKinG With the StaRS

A combination of vocal training and stage

training. Learn the proper vocal techniques

to project words in musical theatre. Apply

these techniques to present a vocal performance

of an animated favorite where

Beauty meets the Beast and you will learn

to sing like a star.

8 – 12 years old 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

$220 Resident/$270 Nonresident

www.gaithersburgmd.gov/camps

July 30 – august 3

Fun aRt

Learn how to create unique artwork using

household items, recycled items and food.

Create art that is reminiscent of the art of

famous artists like Paul Klee, Jackson Pollock

and Wassily Kandinsky.

7 – 10 years old 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

$220 Resident/$270 Nonresident

Fun With PhotoGRaPhy

Learn about composition and camera basics.

Take daily photowalks into the community

to apply your skills and then work

on individual scrapbooking projects to display

your art.

10 - 15 years old 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

$220 Resident/$270 Nonresident

MuSiCal theatRe – “anaStaSia”

Realize that dream of performing scenes

from a favorite on stage. Work on singing,

acting and movement skills.

8 - 14 years old 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

$220 Resident/$270 Nonresident

august 6 – 10

DRaWinG PoRtRaitS, PlaCeS

anD thinGS

Take turns dressing in costume and be a

portrait model for your fellow artists. Find

inspiration in photos and outdoor walks

and create your art working in various media

in this fun filled camp.

7 - 12 years old 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

$220 Resident/$270 Nonresident

eXPloRationS in aRt

Each day try your hand with a different media:

acrylics, watercolors, pastels, colored

pencils, charcoal, etc. A great opportunity

to explore many different ways to create

2-dimentional art.

7 – 11 years old 9 – 11:30 a.m.

$110 Resident/$135 Nonresident

MuSiCal theatRe – “ChaRlotte’S Web”

Realize that dream of performing scenes

from a favorite on stage. Work on singing,

acting and movement skills.

8 - 14 years old 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

$220 Resident/$270 Nonresident

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other methods

oF

registration

FaX:

Available 24 hrs. a day

301-948-8364

Payment by Visa,

Discover or Mastercard

mail:

City of Gaithersburg

506 S. Frederick Ave.

Gaithersburg, MD 20877

Payment by Visa, Discover,

Mastercard or check payable to

City of Gaithersburg

walK-in or drop oFF:

Parks, Recreation & Culture Office

Activity Center at Bohrer Park

506 S. Frederick Ave.

Payment by cash, check,

Visa, Discover or Mastercard

Summer in the City 2012

Registration information

internet:

Use the recXpress system to register online, 24

hours a day, seven days per week beginning the first

day of registration.

city resident registration – wednesday, February 1

open registration – wednesday, march 1

301-258-6350

opens at 6 a.m.

city resident. must reside within the corporate city tax limits of gaithersburg.

A Gaithersburg mailing address does not necessarily mean that you live within the

corporate City tax limits.

Falsifying registration information by either claiming City residency or falsifying the

address of the camper will result in the denial of the registration.

camp wait list. Please make sure that the registration form has your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd

choice for the Camp programs. If the first camp choice is filled, the camper will be placed

on the waiting list and registered in the second choice if space is available. If all three

camps are filled, the parent/guardian of the registrant will be notified.

summer camp payments. You must check the payment plan box on the registration

form or internet display screen. Payment plans will NOT be available after June 1, 2012.

Customers who select the payment plan option are responsible for making their required

payments when they become due. Patrons may choose to make a payment on-line each

month on their RecXpress account, mail or submit a payment to the Activity Center at

Bohrer Park. All payment plans will be assessed a 3% late fee if the payment is received

more than five (5) days after the due date. Outstanding balances as of June 2, 2012 could

result in the child being withdrawn from the program.

refund policy. Refund requests must be made in writing at least two weeks prior to the

start of the program. Refunds for summer camp are subject to a withdrawal fee of $30 per

session. A $10 withdrawal fee will be charged for cancellation of extended care per session.

For a copy of the City’s complete refund policy, please contact Tim “Smitty” Smith

at 301-258-6350 x125.

the Best ways to register

www.gaithersburgmd.gov/recxpress

prepare for online registration. Request your family password and ID number today. Each family must have a

password and each family member must have a personal ID number to be able to sign up for camp via RecXpress.

Go to www.gaithersburgmd.gov/recxpress and click on My Account tab. Click on Create a New Account and complete

the form. Your log on ID and password will be sent to your email address within 1-2 business days.

already a member but forgot your login and password? Go to www.gaithersburgmd.gov/recxpress and click on

My Account tab, select Forgot My Password, enter your email address and the information will be forwarded to you.


Summer in the City 2012

camps and clinics registration Form 2012

Important - 2 Sided Form - Complete Both Sides

please complete the parent information below and the reverse side of this form with the child’s information and

camp/clinic selections. please check the box next to each activity number you wish your child to attend. if you

wish to have your child attend the after-camp extended care, you must check the box for the extended care. refer

to summer camp 2012 Brochure descriptions for registration fees and dates of program.

q Check here if new address/phone number since last time registered

Parent’s Last Name Parent’s First Name

Address Apt/Unit

City/State/Zip

Home Phone q City Resident (See City Resident on page 12)

Work Phone q Nonresident

Email Address

The City of Gaithersburg is committed to making reasonable accommodations as required by the Americans with

Disabilities Act. Requests must be made prior to the start of the program. Please call 301-258-6350 to indicate what

accommodations are needed.

donations to the dolores swoyer camp scholarship Fund. The City has a scholarship fund that is used to financially

assist families in need to send children to camp or to participate in sports programs. Your donation may be included with

your camp/clinic payment. Please designate the amount under “Donations” on the reverse side.

payment policy

Please read Registration Information on page 12 before completing this form

(Complete Child and Camp Information on Reverse Side)

all sports clinics, school of skate, arts Barn camps, and creative tot time

Payment in full at time of registration.

payment plan option for camps, yaps, FunZone, and gaithersburg-on-the-go

A $30 Non-refundable registration fee is assessed for each camp session. The first payment will include the $30 non-refundable

plus the appropriate percentage based on the date of the registration as follows:

Registration Date Non-Refundable Fee Remaining balance percentage Due April 1 Due May 1 Due June 1

Before April 1 $30 25% 25% 25% 25%

After April 1 $30 50% 25% 25%

After May 1 $30 75% 25%

After June 1 $30 100% Payment Plan Option Not Available

method of payment

Amount Paid $ _______________________________ Cash q Check # _______

Visa/Discover/MC #____________________________ Exp Date_______/_______

Signature (Name on card) _____________________________________________

Print Name _________________________________________________________

www.gaithersburgmd.gov/camps

Office Use Only:

Rec’d:_______ Initials:________

W M F Resident: Y N

Processed by:_______________

Date: ______________________

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Child’s Name: _______________________________________________________ Date of Birth: _____/_____/_____

q Male

Current School Grade ______ Current School Attending ______________________________________ q Female

Does child have any allergies, medications or conditions that may affect participation? q Yes q No

Please specify:___________________________________________________________________________________

camps - select method of payment: q payment in Full q payment plan option

(First choice selections -A check mark must be in the box next to each activity number you wish your child to attend)

Camp Name Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Fee

Camp Discovery q 34061 q 34062 q 34063 q 34064 $ ___________

Extended Care q 34065 q 34066 q 34067 q 34068 $ ___________

Camp Imagination q 34069 q 34070 q 34071 q 34072 $ ___________

Extended Care q 34073 q 34074 q 34075 q 34076 $ ___________

Camp Quest q 34077 q 34078 q 34079 q 34080 $ ___________

Extended Care q 34081 q 34082 q 34083 q 34084 $ ___________

Camp Rainbow q 34053 q 34054 q 34055 q 34056 $ ___________

Extended Care q 34057 q 34058 q 34059 q 34060 $ ___________

Camp Activ8 q 34089 q 34090 q 34091 q 34092 $ ___________

Extended Care q 34113 q 34114 q 34115 q 34116 $ ___________

Camp Endeavor q 34085 q 34086 q 34087 q 34088 $ ___________

Extended Care q 34117 q 34118 q 34119 q 34120 $ ___________

Camp X-Plore q 34101 q 34102 q 34103 q 34104 $ ___________

Extended Care q 34125 q 34126 q 34127 q 34128 $ ___________

Camp Xceler8 q 34093 q 34094 q 34095 q 34096 $ ___________

Camp Innov8 q 34131 q 34132 $ ___________

Funzone q 34551 q 34552 q 34553 q 34554 $ ___________

Lakelands YAPs q 34105 q 34106 q 34107 q 34108 $ ___________

GOG I q 34051 $ ___________

GOG II q 34052 $ ___________

Youth Workers Training q 34405 $ ___________

301-258-6350

subtotal due for camps: $__________

If first camp choice not available, please indicate: 2nd Choice _____________________________________

3rd Choice _____________________________________

clinics - payment in Full due with registration Form

Dance Camp q 34529 $ ___________

Concentrated Ballet Camp q 34530 $ ___________

Gymnastics Clinic q 34531 q 34532 $ ___________

School of Skate q 34471 q 34472 q 34473 q 34474 $ ___________

Tennis Clinics q 34364 q 34365 q 34366 q 34367 $ ___________

Volleyball Clinics q 34522 q 34533 q 34534 $ ___________

Creative Tot Time q 34514 q 34515 q 34516 q 34517 $ ___________

subtotal due for clinics: $__________

Donation to the Dolores Camp Swoyer Scholarship Fund q $25 q $50 q Other Donation Amount (Optional): $___________

total amount due: $___________

i hereby grant permission for my child to attend the activity sponsored by the city of gaithersburg. i understand that i am responsible for

my child’s insurance in case of injury. Furthermore, i understand that although safety precautions will be observed, the city of gaithersburg,

employees, and agents will not be responsible for any personal property lost by my child or for any injury sustained in the program. i also

consent to the city’s use of any photographs and/or video tapes made of the program.

If I have chosen the Payment Plan Option, I agree to pay a 3% late fee if the payment is received more than five (5) days after the due date.

outstanding payments as of June 2, 2012 may result in my child being withdrawn from the program.

______________________________________________ _____________________________________________

Print Parent/Guardian Name Signature of Parent/Guardian


Summer in the City 2012

volunteer & employment opportunities

eMPloyMent oPPoRtunitieS

Attention teachers, college students and high school students ages 16 and over. The City

of Gaithersburg’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture is looking for site leaders

and specialists to oversee and direct recreational activities at our various summer camps.

Applicants should be energetic, dynamic individuals who enjoy working with young people.

To apply for a summer leadership position you must complete a City of Gaithersburg employment

application, available online at www.gaithersburgmd.gov or at the Activity Center

at Bohrer Park, 506 S. Frederick Ave. Candidates will only be notified for an interview when

and if positions are available. Interviews begin in February. Applicants must be available

to work the entire 7-week camp program (June 18 - August 3) and to attend the mandatory

training sessions. For more information please call 301-258-6350.

volunteeR PRoGRaMS

Applicants must be dependable, hard-working, positive, and energetic individuals. Must

be at least 14 years old or entering 9th grade in the fall of 2012 to apply. Only applicants

who are at least 16 years old or have completed 10th grade will be considered for placement

at middle school camps.

counselor-in-training (cit) program

CITs work directly with program participants and assist with the overall supervision of

campers and facilitation of a variety of activities including sports, games, arts & crafts, and

special events. CITs will not be permitted to volunteer for more than two sessions.

inclusion recreation volunteer (irv) program

IRVs work one-on-one with a camper who is disabled or has special needs. As an IRV,

you will experience the rewarding satisfaction of helping special needs children get the

most out of their summer camp experience. IRVs are responsible for including special

needs campers in daily camp games and activities. IRVs will be required to volunteer during

all sessions for which their assigned camper is registered (up to 3 sessions).

cit/irv sessions/dates Fee (r/nr)

CIT 1 Mon., June 18 – Fri., June 29 $50/$55

CIT 2 Mon., July 2 – Fri., July 13* $50/$55

CIT 3 Mon., July 16 – Fri., August 3 $80/$85

CIT/ELO Mon., July 2 – Fri., July 27* $70/$75

IRV TBD $70/$75

* No camp July 4.

cit/irv application process (important dates):

• Applications are available at the beginning of January at the Activity Center at Bohrer

Park, 506 S. Frederick Ave.

• Applications will be accepted for City residents Jan. 3 - March 16.

• Applications will be accepted for nonresidents Feb. 13 - March 16.

• Candidates will be contacted for an interview after an application is received and

reviewed.

• Acceptance notices and registration forms will be mailed out in the beginning of May.

DO NOT SUBMIT PAYMENT BEFORE RECEIVING AN ACCEPTANCE LETTER.

• Mandatory training dates are Saturday, June 2 or Wednesday, June 6.

please do not apply for a cit or irv position if you cannot attend one of the training

sessions.

Supervisor: Maura Dinwiddie x168

www.gaithersburgmd.gov/camps

youth WoRKeRS

tRaininG PRoGRaM

Have you ever wondered if you have what

it takes to work with the youth in your community?

If so, join our Youth Workers

Training Course! This class is designed

to prepare you for working with elementary

and middle school youth in a recreational

setting including summer camp and after

school programs. Topics include discipline,

safety, leadership, activity planning,

and conflict resolution. The course will include

five classroom sessions and one onsite

hands-on experience. Students who

participate in the Youth Workers Training

Program are not guaranteed a position

working at summer camps.

Activity Center at Bohrer Park

506 S. Frederick Ave.

grades 8 –12

Min. 5/Max. 20 participants

February 15, 22 & 29 and March 7, 14 & 21

4:15 – 5:30 p.m.

$40 Resident/$47 Nonresident

Activity: 34405

Supervisor: Maura Dinwiddie x168

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Department of Parks, Recreation

and Culture

506 S. Frederick ave.

Gaithersburg, MD 20877

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u.s. postage

paid

suburban

permit no. 55

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