The Summer Rec Program consists of 9 week long sessions and is open to all students who have completed Kindergarten through 6th grades. Each grade experiences different activity stations throughout the day ranging from Arts & Crafts, Basketball, Kickball, Imagination Station and more. Within each grade level, 11 children are assigned a counselor to guide them and provide activities throughout the day. Along with the counselors, the Recreation Department also employs 3 Assistant Directors and 1 Director. The Assistant Directors provide services such as administering first aid, assisting with games and tournaments and Arts and Crafts. The Camp Director oversees all aspects of camp including field trips, t-shirt distribution as well as the normal day to day operations.
NORMAL DAY ACTIVITIES
The morning begins with drop off at 8:30 a.m. Upper staff open car doors and direct children to their group. Drop Off ends at 8:45 and children travel to their predetermined first station. Lunches are taken in 2 shifts; 11:30 and 12:00. After lunch, grades return to rotating stations including the opportunity to head to the Randolph Community Pool for swimming. At 3:15, all children proceed to the drop off/pick up area. Parent's cars, with their childs last name posted on their windshield, cycle through the parking lot and upper staff load their children into their vehicles.
SPECIAL DAY ACTIVITIES
Rain Days- If rain starts before 8:15, parents will drop children off at the Zapustas Arena. If rain starts during the day, all outside activities are cancelled and all grades proceed to the Arena. Once at the Arena, activities will continue, with the exception of swimming at the Randolph Community Pool. If it is raining at pickup, pick up will occur at the Arena.
Field Trips/Events- On days where children will attend field trips, all children are required to wear their provided Rec t-shirts. If a child arrives at camp without their 2017 camp shirt, they will not be allowed to go on the field trip.
Jun 26 - 30 Summer Fun Moon Bounce Party
Jul 3 - 7 Movie Field Trip
Jul 10 – 14 Franklin Park Zoo
Jul 17 – 21 Plimouth Plantation
Jul 24 – 28 Multi-Town Camp Olympics
Jul 31 – Aug 4 Timberlanes
Aug 7 – 11 Launch! Trampoline Park
Aug 14 – 18 New England Aquarium
Aug 21 - 25 Party & BBQ
PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THERE IS A $10 TRANSFER FEE IF YOU NEED TO SWITCH WEEKS
We reserve the right to remove a child for any safety or bullying concerns.
REFUNDS: UNFORTUNATELY WE CAN NOT PROCESS REFUNDS. HOWEVER, IF YOU EMAIL MCRAIG@RANDOLPH-MA.GOV WITH A REQUEST WE MAY BE ABLE TO PROCESS AN ACCOUNT CREDIT TO USE TOWARDS A FUTURE PROGRAM
Cochato Challenge Course
Cochato Challenge Ropes Course added to weekly activities. The Cochato Challenge Course is a low ropes course built in Belcher Park by Project Adventure. This course was designed to foster teamwork, communication, and leadership skills