Club Fit Kids’ Camps
Club Fit Kids Camp is full of fun activities for your children (ages 4-12yrs). Activities range from rock climbing, swimming, intro to fitness classes to mixed martial arts and more. Some of the daily activities include: Tae Kwon Do, Boxing, Kickboxing & Self Defense/Awareness, Karate and more! Drums fit class, Hula hoop, Pound fit, Spin, Healthy Eating/cooking, team building and games. Our fit kid’s camp will focus on building your campers endurance, speed, agility, strength, flexibility & self-confidence.
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Choose either half or full day at either Club.
Monday-Friday 8:30-1:00pm or 8:30-5:00pm (Salem)
HALF OR FULL DAY CAMP – SAMPLE SCHEDULE
- 8-8:30am – Early Drop Off *extra fee*
- 8:30-9am – Drop off & Games
- 9:00-9:45am – Mixed Martial Arts: intro Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Kick-box, Box, self defense.
- 10:00-10:15am –Rock Climbing
- 10:15-11:15am – Healthy Cooking/Eating
- 11:15-12:15pm – Pool lessons & splash park fun
- 12:15-1:15pm Snack/Lunch and or ½ day pickup
- 1:15-2:00pm- Team building fitness games, relays, interval training
- 2:00-2:45pm – Fitness Class: Drums Fit, Pound Fit, Spin, Hula Hoop, etc.
- 2:45-3:45- Swim (free time w/team games and relays
- 4:00-4:45pm – Rock Climbing & relays
- 4:45pm – Ready for pickup
- 5:00pm – Pickup or extended childcare *except Friday*
- *after care will be in daycare room*
Club Fit Kids Camp has options for either 1,2, 3 or 5 day half or full day 4-12 years..
Full Day: 8:30-5:00pm
Full day camp serves children ages 4-12 years old. They meet in their designated rooms as assigned on their first day. Ages 4-6, 7-9 & ages 10-12. This is where they will be dropped off, have their quiet times, snacks, lunch & meet before pickup. Full day offers swimming lessons, (splash park fun, rock climbing wall lessons – Salem) and free time, arts/crafts, intro to a variety of fitness classes including kickboxing, boxing, Tae Kwon Do, Karate, Self Defense, Zumba Fitness, drums fitness, poundfit, hula hoop, team building activities, healthy eating & cooking.
Half Day Camp: 8:30am-1:00pm
Half Day camp serves children ages 4-12 years old. Meeting in their designated areas for drop off and pick up. They will have snacks, lunch, and a half day filled with swimming, rock climbing wall, healthy eating habits, cooking and fit classes.
Extended care is for the full day camp and extends half hour before drop off and half hour after. 8am & 5:30pm *daycare rates apply*. Half day camp offers parents the option to drop off early but does NOT offer aftercare.
Goals & Objectives
Our camps provide children with a safe, secure and fun environment throughout the week(s). The array of activities as well as the variety will encourage self- esteem, physical and emotional and intellectual growth, positive social skills, problem solving, skills and creativity and fit classes for physical fitness.
To provide a trusting atmosphere where children are encouraged to pursue their own interests, develop friendships, gain self-confidence, become more independent, and become more respectful of themselves and others. To provide the highest quality day camp programs where parents feel confident that their child is safe, healthy and happy during their vacation break.
Please call the club at 603-894-4800 x 102 to inform us if your child will be absent from camp in Salem. Please call 603-434-6565 for Londonderry. You may call at any time and leave a message on the voicemail. If your child misses camp for any reason, they do not make up the days missed and there are no refunds.
CHILD GUIDANCE AND RELATED POLICIES
Club Fit Camp Staff provide children with guidelines for appropriate behavior and rules to follow while enrolled at camp. We encourage positive actions through positive reinforcement and close supervision. Our main goal is to keep the children safely involved in activities so the inappropriate behavior is limited. The following steps are followed if inappropriate behavior occurs. Special modifications may be made to adapt to a child’s needs. If your child has an Individualized Educational Plan (IEP), it is beneficial to inform the Director of your child’s special needs so that modifications can be implemented.
- The child is spoken to privately in a firm but gentle manner regarding the behavior.
- If the said behavior continues, the child is removed from the activity for a cool down until both the counselor and child feel ready to return.
- If the said behavior still continues, the child will be directed into a different activity area for a period of time to be determined by the leader.
- If the said behavior still continues, the child’s parent will be called or spoken with before departing for the day.
- A behavior report will be filed any time a child receives a cool down.
- An incident report will be filed when there is evidence of property destruction, injury to an individual, forcefully touching an individual, foul language, and other inappropriate behavior on a constant basis.
- Three incident reports during your child’s stay at camp will result in suspension from the camp. The fourth incident report will result in two day suspension and the fifth incident report will result in termination of service from camp.
- A child may be terminated from camp without prior notice to the parents under the following conditions:
- A child injures another individual requiring medical attention.
- A child displays violent, uncontrollable behavior that will put others in the program at risk.
**No child will be suspended from camp without the consent of the Director of Children’s Activities. All efforts will be made to work with the parents and children on all behavior issues. All incident reports are reviewed and initiated by a camp staff person before a parent is notified.
**Behavior incidents will never be dealt with in a demoralizing, humiliating, or abusive manner. No child shall be subject to abuses of neglect, cruel, unusual, severe or corporal punishment including: punishments which subject a child to verbal abuse, ridicule, humiliation, denial of food, use of bathroom facilities, punishment for soiling, wetting, or not using the toilet.
**Staff members shall not be subject to verbal or physical abuse by a child enrolled in camp, or by their parent, including but not limited to, cruelty, humiliation, foul language and ridicule.
Equipment Replacement Policy
If a child breaks or damages WC property (toys, games, swimming pool, rock climbing wall, furniture, doors, windows, etc) through the improper use, the Director of Children’s Activities will meet with the parents and decide upon the following consequence:
- The child will purchase replacement item.
- The child will replace the item with something similar from home.
- The item is sent home for repair.
Prevention of Child Neglect and Abuse
All children who attend camp shall be protected from abuse and neglect. Any suspected case of abuse or neglect will be reported in writing with factual information and observation from camp staff to the Director of Children’s Activities immediately. All cases of abuse or neglect will then be reported to the Department of Children and Families immediately. Camp staff is mandated by the State of New Hampshire to report any suspicion of abuse or neglect to the Department of Children and Families. Club Fit Day Camps will cooperate in all investigations of abuse and neglect by identifying parents of children currently or previously enrolled in the camp programs to any allegations and protection of the child or children.
Any staff member who is under investigation will be removed from direct care responsibilities until the Department of Children and Families investigation is complete. If the investigation proves that the complaint is valid, the staff member will be dismissed immediately.
Suspension and Termination Plan
The following conditions may warrant a suspension or termination from Club Fit Kids Day Camps. (Please refer to the Child Guidance Plan for more details.)
- Three incident reports on file.
- Two incident reports filed per week.
- A child brings harm to another child or staff person resulting in injury requiring medical attention.
- Unpaid tuition for a session.
- Failure to follow camp rules on a consistent basis.
- Consistent late pick-ups.
- Consistent unreported absences.
DAILY PROGRAM PROCEDURES
Child Release Policy
Until staff members become familiar with you and all authorized pick up persons, you will be asked for identification to cross reference names on your child’s registration forms. Your child will only be released to authorized individuals. Please inform all persons who pick your child up to carry photo identification. Any changes or additions to your authorized pick up list must be in writing and dated.
HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION
Please ensure that your child is properly clothed for camp each day. We suggest shorts, gym pants, t-shirts, a sweatshirt, socks, sneakers, flip flops, bathing suits, towels and other change of clothing.
The director will ask you to pick up your child as soon as possible in the event of the following illnesses; fever of 100.4 degrees or higher, has an unidentifiable rash or symptom, has diarrhea or vomits. If you are unreachable, the director will immediately call authorized emergency contacts to pick up your child. Your child will rest in the director’s office until he/she is picked up
What to Bring to Camp
Your child will need three healthy snacks, for different snack period
and a peanut free lunch with drinks. A labeled water bottle is strongly recommended for the day since they will be doing a variety of activities. Please note that microwaveable lunches are ok to bring to camp but please try to pack something that doesn’t need to be heated
What NOT to Bring to Camp
- Electronic devices including but not limited to Ipods Tablets, DS, Cell Phones, etc. These are not allowed in camp.
- Anything that you do not want your child to share or lose. No Toys from home. No baseballs or footballs
- Peanut or tree nut products.
We do not administer regular prescription or non-prescription medications to children at camp unless it is preventing an emergency such as an epi-pen or inhaler for asthma. If your child requires a cough or cold medicine-they should NOT be at camp. In fact, if you bring your child to camp sick or they become ill while in attendance, we will send them home with a parent/guardian or an authorized pick up person listed on your enrollment form without a credit, make up day or refund. If your child requires the above, please provide the following written on the medication.
- Child’s Name
- Name of the child’s doctor
- The name of the prescription
- The issue date of medication
- The dosage
- Instructions to give medication
- Storage requirements
All administered medication will be logged on a medical consent form. The form must be completed, signed and dated by the family member, listing the above.
The symptoms of influenza (flu) include fever, cough, sore throat, and sometimes body aches, headache, chills and feeling tired. Some people also have diarrhea and vomiting. The most important thing that you can do to keep flu from spreading in the camp community is to keep your sick child at home.
If you suspect your child to be sick or exposed to the flu consider below:
Does your child have a cough, fever, sore throat? If yes, please consider keeping your child home until symptoms disappear.
Does Your child have a headache, body-ache or chills? Please keep child home atleast a day and recheck after 24 hours.
Head Lice Policy
There are a few issues that can derail camp fun quicker than an outbreak of head lice. Panic sets in, fingers start pointing and although no camp is truly safe from head lice, we expect that our parents will question if our camp was the right decision for their children if an outbreak occurs. We encourage parents to visit websites such as http://www.licesolutions.org to gain valuable knowledge and strategies in preventing, identifying and treating head lice. Inform us if anyone in the household has been or being treated for head lice leading up to camp. Do not bring your child to camp until you have written and signed physician clearance to do so after your child has been treated for head lice or exposed.
What we will do:
If we discover head lice on a camper, we will notify the parent advising them to immediately respond to us to take the camper home for treatment and evaluation. The camper will not be allowed to remain in camp. They will be isolated away from the other campers until the parent can pick them up. We will not treat them for head lice. We are not equipped nor staffed for the tedious and arduous process of treating head lice properly. Head lice must be treated immediately, therefore it is imperative that parents remove the child for treatment. We will thoroughly clean and treat necessary areas within the club with proper pesticides within 24 hours of head lice discovery. We will also monitor campers watching for additional outbreaks.
Swimming Pool and Lessons
Campers are scheduled for daily swimming lessons and open swim. Children will be grouped appropriately according to ability with some children swimming in the family pool and some children swimming in the lap pool for lessons with our American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors. Following lessons, all children will proceed to the family pool and Splash Park for open swim. Swimming lessons are taught without flotation according to the American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim standards. Please assist us by encouraging your camper to participate in the swimming program. Please cooperate with us by excusing your child from the swimming program for medical reasons only and notify the Director. Swimming is an important skill to keep your child safe near water. If your child misbehaves during swim class by yelling, answering back, being disruptive or physically hurting anyone, they will be removed from class without open swim afterwards.
- All riders must be 48” to ride the waterslide
- The swim test is one length of the large pool front crawl with the face in the water, arms out, & breathing to front or side.
- No flotation devices are allowed on the waterslide
- Only one rider at a time (no chains, trains or doubles.)
- No diving or jumping from the flume
- Rider must ride the slide feet first. No head first on back or tummy permitted.
- No one is to catch a rider at the bottom of the slide.
- The rider is to wait until the waterslide attendant signals (thumbs up) before going down the slide.
- All riders exit the catch pool via swimming to the ladder closest to the attendance after they have gone down the slide.
CAMP POOL POLICIES
- Anyone with an infectious disease, open sore, communicable illness may not use the swimming pool.
- Anyone with long hair must wear a bathing cap or have hair pulled back securely with a band.
- Street shoes & strollers are not allowed on pool deck.
- Bathing suits are required. White T-shirts may be worn while swimming in the shallow end only (although not recommended).
- Food, beverage, & glass containers are not allowed in pool or deck.
- Swimmers needing/using flotation may swim in shallow end only if accompanied by an adult in the water.
- Hanging on lane lines and buoy line is NOT permitted.
- Flips, back dives and twists are NOT permitted. Head first dives only in 9 ft with an instructor present.
- Running in and around the pool is not permitted including running and jumping in the pool.
- Face mask goggles (the ones with the nose piece) are not permitted.
- No inflatable objects allowed; this includes water wings also known as “swimmies.”
- No person under 16 yrs is allowed in the spa or sauna STATE LAW.
- Please note that as per the National Lightning and Safety Institute we do close our pool for severe Thunder & Lightning. The pool will remain closed for ½ hour after last clap of thunder.
- Management reserves the right to deny use of the pool to anyone at anytime.
All of the Workout Club of Salem’s policies and regulations regarding the pool are instituted with you r campers safety in mind. Our goal is to provide a friendly, fun and safe atmosphere
- Evacuation: In the event of an emergency such as a fire, we will evacuate the children in an orderly manner and have all groups in our care meet at the safe spot by the parking lot stop sign on the grassy area.
- First Aid/CPR: In the event a child needs CPR or breaks a bone, etc., the closest adult nearby will call 9-1-1, other staff evacuates other children out of the area and a staff person helps the child involved appropriately. All of the areas that your child are in, have a land line easily accessible as well as all staff that your children are with, are CPR and first aid certified.
ENROLLMENT, DEPOSITS, FEES & FORMS
Enrollment and Forms
Our enrollment will be done in house or by phone at any time. Instructions are attached. You can make payments, update any information you provide such as phone numbers and authorized emergency contacts, etc. Enrollment runs until 3pm the Friday before the start date of the camp week on the following Monday. After that registration is closed. Contact information is at the bottom of the pages.
For your child’s safety we require that you or another authorized adult bring your child into the camp program each morning, sign them in with staff. Enter only through the front gym entrance. Please make sure we always have a number to reach you. Please call the club by 8:30am if your child will be absent or late.
We will release children to authorized persons ONLY. Please provide us with names of persons authorized to pick up. It is the family’s responsibility to inform the program of any changes in the names of authorized persons in writing or phone call. After you have reviewed the guidelines, please sign and return that page to director.