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4221 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach FL 33140 |  (305) 534-3206 | www.mbjcc.org


Camp Klurman is a fun-filled summer to remember. We are committed to providing an excellent, safe, well-rounded blend of day camp activities, amazing specialties, Jewish culture, on-campus interactive shows and a few optional field trips to select destinations throughout the summer. Fun-loving, dynamic staff will facilitate your child’s summer of a lifetime, filled with excitement and adventure! CDC and American Camping Association guided COVID-19 safety protocols and procedures are implemented. GET SOCIAL WITH #CAMPKLURMAN Follow us on Social Media:  campklurman |  @mbjccsummercamp

Important Dates

HOURS

SESSIONS

Pre Camp Week: June 14 – 18, 2021

Monday – Friday: 9 am – 3:45 pm

8 Weeks of Camp: June 21 – August 13, 2021

Pre-care*: 8 - 9 am Post-care*: 4 - 5 pm

Post Camp Week: August 16 – 20, 2021

Drop off is from 8:45 - 9 am. Staff members will escort your child inside. * Campers dropped off before 8:45 am or picked up after 4 pm will be placed in pre or post care. Additional fees apply.

Last Day for Early Bird Pricing: February 26, 2021

Last Day for Mid-Year Discount April 23, 2021 Last Day for Deposit Refund: May 14, 2021

CONTACT US CAMP OFFICE/ REGISTRAR

Maia Perez (305) 534-3206 x235 camp@mbjcc.org

Payment Due in Full: May 27, 2021

REGISTER

mbjcc.org/camp

CAMP DIRECTOR Jenny Mermelszteyn Jenny@mbjcc.org (305) 534-3206 x210


Register online: www.mbjcc.org/camp No stress, no worries, no lines. Register online from the comfort of your home. Camp Klurman has a flexible week-to-week option: campers may sign up for as few as one or as many as ten weeks during the summer.

* A copy of an up-to-date Florida Certification of Immunization/Health form is required to attend camp.

Lunch and Snack

Transportation

“J” Café Group provides all campers with a glatt Kosher individually packed lunch. The lunch menu is varied, nutritious and kid friendly. We are a peanut free camp and provide alternative options (gluten, egg and dairy free). Two snacks are provided daily. In keeping with MBJCC’s kashrut (dietary laws) policy, no food or snacks may be sent from home.

Transportation is available to and from camp on the MBJCC minibus (with seatbelts) for an additional fee. Central meeting points are available in Surfside and North Beach. Limited spots available, one child per seat (siblings can sit together), masks worn at all times by children and staff. Advanced Registration required. *If you are interested in transportation from other locations, please email the camp office at camp@mbjcc.org

STAYING SAFE WHILE AT OUR PLACE

IMPORTANT PARENT INFORMATION: Covid-19 Safety Guidelines at the MBJCC. Visit www.mbjcc.org to view our full MBJCC COVID-19 Protocols & Procedures and the Camp Klurman Parent Manual • Transportation for fields trips will be based on one camper per seat and following all COVID-19 safety and cleaning protocols

• Small groups • Physical distancing accommodated, when possible • Everyone is required to wear a face covering/mask • Drop off/Pick up your children by carpool only - A staff member will be available to walk your child

• Bring your own water bottle - Water fountains are for refill purposes only and closed for general drinking

• Camp medic & health checkups

• If traveled outside of the United States, a 14 day quarantine is required or a PCR test on the 5th day from arrival date to United States and if negative, 10 days of quarantine from the day of arrival in the United States.

• Daily health screenings and temperature checks - download the "LiveSafe" app to fill out the MBJCC's Digital Health Questionnaire each day

• COVID-19 exposure (Less than 6 ft apart for 15 min.) requires either quarantine for 14 days or a PCR test on the 5th day from exposure and if negative, 10 days of quarantine from the day of exposure.

• Individually packed Kosher lunch and two snacks daily

• If your child/family is in quarantine from other facilities, the quarantine period also applies to the MBJCC facility - You will not be allowed to enter or attend camp

• Hand washing stations throughout the campus • Enhanced sanitization protocol throughout the facility • Specially selected field trips to outdoor and/or COVID-19 protocol safe attractions You b

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STAY SAFE AT OUR PLACE PREVENTION SMALL GROUPS

HAND WASHING STATIONS

HEALTH SCREENINGS

FACE COVERINGS REQUIRED

PHYSICAL DISTANCING

ENHANCED SANITIZATION


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AQUATICS WITH SWIM GYM Water safety is always our first

Water safety is always our first priority. priority. Experienced Experienced aquatics aquatics staff staff who have WSI and who have WSI and Lifeguard Lifeguard certifications certifications help help campers campers develop develop swimming skills swimming skills in in aa friendly friendly environment. environment. Swim Swim Gym Gym follows follows the the internationally recognized internationally recognized American American Red Red Cross Cross Learn-to Learn-to Swim Swim Program. Program. Swim instruction and Swim instruction and water water play play includes: includes: instruction instruction through through water water play, play, swim swim techniques, techniques, progress progress reports, reports, water water safety, safety, water water polo, polo, climbing wall, relay races climbing wall, relay races in in the the MBJCC MBJCC swimming swimming pool, pool, as as well well as as kayaking, kayaking, canoeing canoeing and and stand stand up up paddle paddle on on the the Indian Indian Creek Creek Waterway (K Waterway (K - 8th 8th grade). grade).

JUDAIC AND ISRAELI PROGRAMMING Judaic programs are an integral part

Judaic programs are an integral part of of camp. camp. Campers Campers will will have have activities activities (Chavayah) (Chavayah) with with aa Judaic Judaic specialist specialist and and Israeli Israeli cultural cultural specialists. specialists. Jewish Jewish values values guide guide each each weekly weekly theme, theme, as as well well as as various various activities activities at at camp camp including, including, Boker Boker Tov Tov -- morning morning dances dances and and games, games, weekly weekly Shabbat Shabbat celebrations, celebrations, Israel Israel day day and and more. more.


CAMP EVENTS & HIGHLIGHTS Select Field Trips Specialty theme weeks Jewish Heroes Day Talent Show

Boker Tov Morning Dances & Games Israel Day Dress Up Days Weekly Shows

FIELD TRIPS

Every Every day day is is aa new new adventure adventure at at Camp Camp Klurman. Klurman. Our campers (1st-8th grade) have Our campers (1st-8th grade) have an an option option to to travel travel to to aa few few field field trips trips to to select select destinations destinations throughout throughout the the summer. summer. These These carefully carefully selected selected field trips are outdoors or in field trips are outdoors or in small small group group . environment environment facilities, facilities, following following COVID-19 COVID-19 protocols throughout protocols throughout the the summer. summer. *Field *Field trips trips will will only only be be implement implement as as guidelines guidelines allow allow and and are are subject subject to to change. change.

Water Fun Days Color War Parent Zoom Shabbat


CAMP UNITS CHALUTZIM 3 & 4 Years Old

CHAVERIM Entering Kindergarten Co-ed groups Choose Choose from from 22 groups: groups: 1. 1. Traditional Traditional Group Group 2. 2. Jr. Jr. Sports Sports Camp Camp Group Group

Introduction Introduction to to sports sports and and fundamental fundamental skills skills

Campers Campers Enjoy: Enjoy: •• Fun-filled Fun-filled and and exciting exciting sports, sports, music, music, drama drama and and science science programs programs •• Daily Daily instructional instructional swim swim •• Interactive Interactive daily daily and and weekly weekly themes themes to to fuel your child’s imagination fuel your child’s imagination •• 'Hands-on’ 'Hands-on’ nature nature program program with with lots lots of of live live animals animals •• Interactive Interactive weekly weekly shows shows

Must be potty trained Co-ed groups by age

Campers Campers Enjoy: Enjoy: •• Excellent Excellent staff-to-camper staff-to-camper ratio ratio •• Certified Certified teachers teachers with with every every group group •• AA great great place place to to make make new new friends friends •• Structured Structured and and age-appropriate age-appropriate activities activities •• Daily Daily instructional instructional swim swim •• In-house In-house entertainment, entertainment, interactive interactive shows, water shows, water play play •• Weekly Weekly fun-filled fun-filled Shabbat Shabbat and and Israeli Israeli cultural activities cultural activities •• Air-conditioned Air-conditioned rooms rooms which which serve serve as as their home base; where they eat their home base; where they eat snack, snack, change change and and re-apply re-apply sunscreen sunscreen *Must *Must be be 33 years years old old by by first first day day of of camp camp

YEDIDIM

Entering 1st - 2nd Grade Grouped by gender

AA few few optional optional outdoor outdoor and and COVID-19 COVID-19 protocol safe, field trips throughout protocol safe, field trips throughout the the summer. summer. Campers Campers Enjoy: Enjoy: •• Water Water activities activities on on the the Indian Indian Creek Creek Waterway, Waterway, supervised supervised by by Swim Swim Gym Gym •• AA wide wide variety variety of of activities activities to to help help children children discover new skills and interests discover new skills and interests •• Weekly Weekly unit unit league league competitions competitions to to promote promote camaraderie and sportsmanship camaraderie and sportsmanship •• Israeli Israeli cultural cultural activities activities and and weekly weekly Shabbat Shabbat celebrations celebrations •• Weekly Weekly tennis tennis with with instruction instruction from from tennis tennis pros pros •• Water Water fun fun days, days, interactive interactive performances, performances, talent talent shows shows and and more more


ACHIM

Entering 3rd - 4th Grade Co-ed groups

AA few few optional optional outdoor outdoor and and COVID-19 COVID-19 protocol safe, field trips throughout protocol safe, field trips throughout the the summer. summer.

•• Throughout Throughout the the summer summer Achim Achim campers campers will will have special “community service” have special “community service” projects/trips projects/trips dedicated dedicated to to the the Jewish Jewish value, value, Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) •• Bi-weekly Bi-weekly water water sport sport activities activities on on Indian Indian Creek Creek Waterway, Waterway, supervised supervised by by Swim Swim Gym Gym •• Weekly Weekly robotics robotics and and STEM STEM programming programming led led by by trained trained professionals professionals •• Weekly Weekly sports sports competitions competitions

TZOFIM

Entering 5th - 6th Grade & 7th - 8th Grade Co-ed groups

AA few few optional optional outdoor outdoor and and COVID-19 COVID-19 protocol protocol safe, safe, field field trips trips throughout throughout the the summer. summer.

•• Tzofim Tzofim Campers Campers enjoy enjoy aa blend blend of of stimulating stimulating traditional traditional camp activities and specialized training camp activities and specialized training programs programs •• Bi-weekly Bi-weekly water water sport sport activities activities (kayaking, (kayaking, canoeing, canoeing, stand stand up up paddle) paddle) on on the the Indian Indian Creek Creek Waterway Waterway •• Throughout Throughout the the summer summer Tzofim Tzofim campers campers will will have have special special “community service” projects/trips dedicated “community service” projects/trips dedicated to to the the Jewish Jewish value, value, Tikkun Tikkun Olam Olam (repairing (repairing the the world) world) •• Weekly sports and gaming tournaments Weekly sports and gaming tournaments


Specialty Camps

SPORTS CAMPS

JOE JOE CAMPODONICO CAMPODONICO SPORTS SPORTS CAMP CAMP DIRECTOR DIRECTOR

Sports Sports Camp Camp is is an an in-depth in-depth program program committed committed to to developing developing fundamental sports skills. Campers are separated fundamental sports skills. Campers are separated by by grades grades into into groups groups to to create create level-based level-based competitive competitive teams. teams. This This multi-sport multi-sport specialty specialty camp camp is is designed designed for for the the sports sports enthusiast. enthusiast. Each Each day day the the campers campers enjoy enjoy aa “sport “sport of of the the day”, day”, focusing focusing on on Basketball, Basketball, Football Football and and Soccer. Soccer. Their Their daily daily routine routine also also includes includes aa variety variety of of other other sports sports and and camp camp activities. activities. *All *All equipment equipment sanitized sanitized several several times times aa day day

JR. VARSITY

Entering Entering 1st 1st Grade Grade June 21 – August June 21 – August 13 13 • Daily “sport of the day” training • Weekly water sport activities on Indian Creek Waterway, supervised by Swim Gym • Sports focused field trips throughout the summer

VARSITY

Entering Entering 2nd 2nd – – 4th 4th Grade Grade June June 21 21 – – August August 13 13

Basketball Training Camp

Entering Entering 4th 4th – – 7th 7th Grade Grade June June 14 14 -- 18 18 June June 21 21 -- 25 25 August 2 August 2 - 66 August August 99 -- 13 13 • Intensive skill training program focusing on team building through competitive workouts and games • Designed to help your child increase speed, agility, footwork and vertical leap • Encourages personal development while focusing on improving team skills and game fundamentals • Highly trained team of professionals ensure campers safety and skill development

• Daily “sport of the day” training • Daily Recreational Sports including- Capture the Flag, Kickball and Gaga • Weekly water sport activities on Indian Creek Waterway, supervised by Swim Gym • Sports focused field trips throughout the summer • Players of the week Each Friday, Jr. Varsity and Varsity campers will play in a league style competition. Our young athletes will learn from both the thrills and the woes of competition. Campers will receive a reversible jersey to wear on game days.


GYMNASTICS

Specialty Camps

Stacey Stacey Hatch Hatch || Gymnastics Gymnastics Camp Camp Director Director Entering Entering 1st 1st Grade Grade and and up up All All Star Star (Advanced (Advanced Levels) Levels) June 14 – 18 June 14 – 18 June June 28 28 -- July July 22

General General (All (All Levels) Levels) July 12 – 16 July 12 – 16 July July 19 19 -- 23 23

•• USAG USAG certified certified coaches coaches •• Experienced Experienced and and beginner beginner gymnasts gymnasts welcomed welcomed •• Rotations Rotations on on bars, bars, vault, vault, beam beam and and floor floor •• Improve Improve and and build build strength strength & & power power tumbling tumbling •• Train Train for for somersaults somersaults and and twisting twisting skills. skills.

*All *All equipment equipment sanitized sanitized several several times times aa day day

AQUATIC SPORTS

Entering Entering 2nd 2nd Grade Grade and and up up June June 14 14 – – 18 18

July July 12 12 – – 16 16

August August 16 16 – – 20 20

•• Geared Geared towards towards all all skill skill levels levels •• Safety Safety awareness awareness while while using using small small water water crafts crafts •• Variety Variety of of high high energy energy activities activities including including kayaking, kayaking, paddle paddle boarding boarding and canoeing and canoeing •• Led Led by by Swim Swim Gym Gym professionals professionals *All *All equipment equipment sanitized sanitized several several times times aa day day


Specialty Camps

LEGO ROBOTICS Entering K - 1st Grade July 12 - 16 Kids learn about robotics and engineering, using Lego WeDo. In this lab, they build robots and learn about their components, including bricks, motors, sensors and more. With this age appropriate platform, they learn and practice basic programming concepts.

CODING & GRAPHIC DESIGN

ADVANCED CODING & GRAPHIC DESIGN

Entering 1st Grade and up June 28 - July 2

Entering 2nd Grade and up July 5 - 9

Learn how to create your first video game! In an easy to understand, step-by-step beginner course, kids are introduced to basic programming and 2D/3D graphic design concepts. Games are made, published and played and T-shirts and 3D Art is made and yours to keep.

Want boss level skills? Learn to make more complex video games in this step-by-step advanced course. Grow your programming skills and learn about 2D animations and 3D prototyping. Games are made better, published and played, T-shirts and 3D Toys are designed and yours to keep.


Robotics

Entering Entering 2nd 2nd Grade Grade and and up up July July 19 19 -- 23 23 Kids Kids learn learn about about robotics robotics and and engineering, engineering, using using Lego EV3. In this lab, they build robots and learn Lego EV3. In this lab, they build robots and learn about about their their components, components, including including bricks, bricks, motors, motors, sensors sensors and and more. more. They They also also learn learn and and practice programming concepts such as simple practice programming concepts such as simple algorithms, algorithms, sequences sequences and and loops. loops. The The trial trial and and error nature of these platforms enables them error nature of these platforms enables them to to learn problem solving and critical thinking skills learn problem solving and critical thinking skills in in aa competitive competitive and and collaborative collaborative environment. environment.

DRONE FLYING Entering Entering 1st 1st Grade Grade and and up up July July 26 26 – – 30 30

August August 22 – – 66

Introduction Introduction to to drone drone flying flying and and drone drone coding, coding, including general tutorials on drone safety. including general tutorials on drone safety. Self-exploratory Self-exploratory and and project-based project-based learning learning applying applying real-world STEM application. No prior experience real-world STEM application. No prior experience necessary; necessary; all all skill skill levels levels are are welcome welcome to to participate. participate.

Specialty Camps


Specialty Camps

HIP HOP

Entering 1st Grade and up General (All Levels) June 28 - July 2 July 5 - 9

All Star (Advanced Levels) August 16 - 20

• Focuses on Hip Hop and Contemporary Dance • Open to dancers of all levels • Fun and high energy • Gain a better sense of music, movement and performing • Includes a workshop performance

CHEERLEADING Entering 1st Grade and up July 26 - 30 • Partnership with Top Gun Cheerleading • Open to all levels • Improve and learn cheerleading skills including, stunts, jumps and tumbling • One full day at the Top Gun Cheer and Dance Training Center


Specialty Camps

Princess Dance 4 4 Years Years Old Old & & Kindergarten Kindergarten June June 14 14 -- 18 18 June June 21 21 -- 25 25 •• Introduction Introduction to to creative creative expression expression •• Unlock endless creativity Unlock endless creativity •• Build Build teamwork teamwork and and kindness kindness •• Learn basic ballet steps Learn basic ballet steps •• Music Music from from favorite favorite movies movies and and shows shows

Performing Arts Entering Entering 1st 1st Grade Grade and and up up August August 22 -- 66 August August 99 -- 13 13 •• Learn Learn music, music, dance dance and and stage stage performance performance techniques techniques •• Perform Perform excerpts excerpts from from Broadway Broadway musicals musicals •• Led Led by by Ana Ana Bolt Bolt Turrall, Turrall, Alicia Alicia O'Hare O'Hare & & Scarlett Scarlett O'Hare O'Hare


Units

RATES Early Bird January – February 26

Mid Year Discount

Camp Fee April 24 – August 20

February 27 – April 23

Fee: $455 Members: $365

Fee: $470 Members: $380

Fee: $490 Members: $400

Fee: $445 Members: $355

Fee: $460 Members: $370

Fee: $480 Members: $390

Fee: $440 Members: $345

Fee: $455 Members: $360

Fee: $475 Members: $380

Fee: $460 Members: $360

Fee: $475 Members: $375

Fee: $495 Members: $395

(5th – 8th Grade)

Fee: $480 Members: $370

Fee: $495 Members: $385

Fee: $515 Members: $405

SPORTS & SPECIALTY Camps

Fee: $490 Members: $405

Fee: $505 Members: $420

Fee: $525 Members: $440

BASKETBALL

Fee: $420 Members: $355

Fee: $425 Members: $360

Fee: $430 Members: $365

CHALUTZIM (3’s and 4’s)

CHAVERIM (Kindergarten)

YEDIDIM (1st – 2nd Grade)

ACHIM (3rd – 4th Grade)

TZOFIM

(4th – 7th Grade)

• Sign up at Early Bird Rates and save $35 per week • Sign up at Mid- Year Rates and save $20 per week • Campers enrolled for more than 4 weeks will receive a $10 weekly discount for the additional weeks after the first 4 weeks at the regular rate. • A $10 weekly sibling discount is deducted from the lower camp fee for each additional child.

PRE/POST CARE

Pre-care Weekly Fee: $25 Post-care Weekly Fee: $25 Pre-care & Post-care Weekly Fee: $45

Pre Camp Week: June 14 – 18, 2021 8 Weeks of Camp: June 21 – August 13, 2021 Post Camp Week: August 16 – 20, 2021

TRANSPORTATION

AM Transportation Weekly Fee: $25 PM Transportation Weekly Fee: $25 AM & PM Transportation Weekly Fee: $45

Monday – Friday: 9 am – 3:45 pm Drop off is from 8:45 - 9 am. Staff members will escort your child inside.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

The MBJCC strives to ensure that no child is denied a camp experience. Limited financial assistance is available to qualifying families. A confidential application must be completed and submitted with your camper’s registration and a $250 deposit. The final deadline to apply for financial assistance is June 1, 2021.

Pre-care*: 8 - 9 am Post-care*: 4 - 5 pm Campers dropped off before 8:45 am or picked up after 4 pm will be placed in pre or post care. Additional fees apply.

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WHAT PARENTS NEED TO KNOW... Who works with the children? Highly trained professional staff who have a strong commitment to children and families supervise our camp. Our counselors are carefully selected, background checked, and attend required intensive training on program development, child care and safety. All of our supervisory staff members are college graduates with extensive camp experience. Safety of all campers: The MBJCC provides a safe and nurturing environment for your child. Our supervisory staff and lifeguards are Red Cross certified in CPR, first aid and emergency procedures. Every precaution is taken during all of our activities. For more detailed information, please review our Parent Manual with CDC and American Camping Association guided COVID-19 Safety Protocols and Procedures. What if my child has allergies/takes medication? If your child has a food or environmental allergy or takes medication, include this information on our online registration form and contact the camp office to make appropriate arrangements for your camper. What about food? “J” Café Group provides all campers with a glatt Kosher individually packed lunch. The lunch menu is varied, nutritious and kid friendly. We are a peanut free camp and provide alternative options (gluten, egg and dairy free). Two snacks are provided daily. In keeping with MBJCC’s kashrut (dietary laws) policy, no food or snacks may be sent from home. How does my child get to camp? 1. You may drop off and pick up your child in the carpool line at the MBJCC. 2. Transportation is available to and from Surfside and North Beach on the MBJCC mini bus (with seatbelts). *If you are interested in transportation from other locations, please email the camp office at camp@mbjcc.org

How do campers travel on field trips? Each camp unit (K - 8th grade), has a unique, exciting, and age appropriate travel program following Covid-19 safety protocols to select attractions. Campers travel in school buses (with seat belts) with one child per sear. All camp field trips are supervised by a unit head and bunk counselors. “J” Café Group packs Kosher bag lunches to go for campers. All trips return on time for regular afternoon carpool. Buses are sanitized daily and throughout the day when appropriate.


4221 PINE TREE DRIVE MIAMI BEACH, FL 33140

Give your child a summer of great friends, exploration, activity, excitement and knowledge. GET SOCIAL WITH #CAMPKLURMAN Follow us on Social Media:  /campklurman  /mbjccsummercamp

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Loren Kaiserman, Camp Co-Chair Randi Lawrence, Camp Co-Chair Jenny Mermelszteyn, Camp Director Nataly Yusim, Chief Operating Officer Bernie Rovt, Chief Financial Officer Paul Frishman, Chief Executive Officer Michael Tobin, Chairman Elect Michael Simkins, Chairman of the Board

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