Our Co-Ed Camp is divided into two 1-week sessions. Through past experience, we have found it best to separate the younger kids from the older ones. Therefore, the boys/girls will be divided into different age groups. We play a variety of the sports listed below and rotate each activity after 35-45 minutes.
1st Session – June 1–5, 2020 @ St. Vincent de Paul
2nd Session – June 15–19, 2020 @ St. Vincent de Paul
Teaching Tips enables the camper to learn skills such as: throwing, dribbling, kicking, batting, shooting, catching, quickness and agility. Team sports may include but are not limited to baseball, floor hockey, kickball, obstacle course, basketball, soccer, dodgeball, touch/flag football, track and field, and lacrosse.
Boys/Girls 5 through 11 years old. Camper(s) must have completed his/her kindergarten year and not yet begun his/her 6th grade year.
9 am to 2 pm Monday thru Thursday. Fridays will be early release days at 1 pm.
The staff will be available for early drop-off (8:45) and late pick-up (2:15). PLEASE have your child picked up before 2:15 as the Director has coaching and family obligations at this time. A $10 late fee will be collected for children picked up after 2:15. St. Vincent pick up and drop off will be located at the Spring Lane lot (South Lot).
$175 per weekly session*
*$25 discount (per session) if signing up for two sessions! Only $300!
Checks must be made payable to William Trentman, Memo: 2020 Sports Camp.
**Your completed application and fee insures your son/daughter a place in the marked session. Unless you are notified otherwise, we will see you on Monday of your selected week.
MEDICAL RELEASE FORM:
PHOTO RELEASE FORM:
UNIFORM OF THE DAY:
Tennis shoes, shorts, and t-shirt. NO jewelry, gloves, toys, iPods, cell phones, or money should be brought to Camp. On Friday of each week, campers will receive a “Bulldog All-Sports” camp T-shirt. Sunscreen is always recommended and should be applied before arriving at camp. Send additional sunscreen with your camper for any necessary reapplication.
Each camper brings his/her lunch each day. Children should bring their own water bottle and/or sports drink for the day. There is no refrigeration. Please write your camper’s name on their lunch bag / box and sports bottles.
STAFF AND COUNSELORS:
The Camp Director, William Trentman, has many years of experience working with young boys and girls both as a teacher and coach. He has been involved with athletes at all levels. The Camp Counselors are older boys/girls (high school students) who work under direct supervision of the Director. These students are chosen based on their character and ability to work with and teach others.