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Children & Youth

The Kroc Center offers childcare programs, youth classes, day camps, as well as many free activities such as Family Movie Night!

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Child Watch

Monday – Friday: 8 AM – 1 PM
Monday – Thursday: 3 PM – 8 PM
Saturday – 8:45 AM – 2 PM

Child Watch provides a safe, comfortable, and nurturing environment for your child. We want you to feel secure about your child’s well-being while you attend classes, services, or activities at the Kroc Center. Ages 3mo – 6yrs

Pre-Registration is recommended. Call 706.364.5762 for more information.

Junior Kroc Stars

Monday – Thursday, 4 PM – 7:30 PM
Saturday – 10:00 AM – 12 PM
Price: $5 | Member Price: $1

While you attend classes, services, or activities at The Kroc Center you can feel confident about your child’s safety while they are participating in Junior Kroc Stars. During this time children will get to enjoy many activities, like playing group games and working on arts & crafts! Ages 7 – 12yrs

Stop by the Welcome Desk or call 706.364.5762 for more information.

YOUTH PROGRAMS

Kids Night Out

Parents can enjoy a night to themselves by dropping their children, ages 2-12, off at the Kroc Center from 6 PM-9 PM, the first Fridays of most months! Children will enjoy activities such as swimming, games, arts and crafts, and more. Proper swim attire, a towel, and a change of clothes are required. Children must be potty trained. (Children 4 and under will not swim.) Pre-register for Kid's Night Out before the first Thursday of the month to receive the discounted price of $15 per child. Register on the day of (the first Friday of the month) and pay $20 per child. A completed registration form is required for all children participating in Kids Night Out. *Pre-registration is required prior to the event

 

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Read and Play

Read and Play Day at the Kroc focuses on building early literacy skills and family engagement for children 0-5 with their parent/caregiver. Each monthly program session will include activities that will build literacy skills through story time, arts and crafts related to the featured story, and games. Parents/caregivers will receive additional information regarding activities to try at home to build literacy skills with their child.

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CAMP KROC!

In 2012 the Kroc Center Day Camp program became American Camp Association (ACA) accredited, we are extremely proud! At our camp, children can play and grow in a safe and positive environment.

  • American Camp Association Accredited
  • Scholarships available
  • One of the only locations offering camp for 5 year olds.

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A HEALTHY CAMP BEGINS AND ENDS AT HOME!

Revision completed by nurses associated with the Healthy Camps initiative, ACA, and ACN. Linda Erceg, Mary Marugg and Tracey Gaslin.

A healthy camp really does start at home. Here are some things you can do to help your child have a great camp experience:

1. If your child is showing signs of illness such as running a temperature, throwing up, has diarrhea, nasal drainage and/or coughing/sneezing, keep the child home and contact your camp. This greatly reduces the spread of illness at camp but also supports your child’s recovery. Know your camp’s policy about illness and camp attendance.

2. Teach your child to sneeze/cough in his/her sleeve and to wash his/her hands often while at camp, especially before eating and after toileting. If you really want to achieve impact, teach your child to accompany hand washing with another behavior: keeping their hands away from their face

3. If your child has mental, emotional, or social health challenges, talk with a camp representative before camp starts. Proactively discussing a camp’s ability to accommodate a child can help minimize – if not eliminate – potential problems.

4. Make sure your child has and wears appropriate close-toed shoes for activities such as gym our outdoor time. Talk with your child about wearing appropriate shoes to avoid slips, trips and falls that, in turn, can result in injuries such as sprained ankle.

5. Fatigue plays a part in both injuries and illnesses – and camp is a very busy place! If your child is going to a day camp, be sure they get enough rest at night.

6. Send a reusable water bottle. Instruct your child to use it and refill it frequently during their camp stay. Staying hydrated is important to a healthy camp.

  • A completed Day Camp registration form.
  • Payment must be made at time of registration. Only with payment is your child’s place reserved. Payment may be made online or at the Welcome Desk.
  • Immunization record (or exemption from immunizations document).
  • Signed behavior agreement.

IMPORTANT!

  • Incomplete applications will not be accepted and could result in a child being unable to attend camp until the application is complete.
  • A complete application includes: a Day Camp registration form, immunization record, and a signed behavior agreement.

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