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SUMMER CAMP SERIES POLICIES Partial Payment Plan

Waitlist Policy

Parent/guardian may pay-in-full for summer camp enrollment(s) at the time of initial registration, or select the payment plan option. The schedule below specifies the payment dates and applicable payments.

Transfer Policy A transfer from one day camp to another day camp is contingent upon the availability of spots within the desired camp. If the camp is at maximum capacity, a transfer will be not allowed. Transfers will not be permitted once the camp week has concluded. ENROLLMENT DATE

1ST PAYMENT

2ND PAYMENT

3RD PAYMENT

4TH PAYMENT

Jan 9-Feb 28

Day of Enrollment (25% of Total Fees)

March 1 (25% of Total Fees)

April 1 (25% of Total Fees)

May 1 (25% of Total Fees)

Mar 1-Mar 31

Day of Enrollment (25% of Total Fees)

Day After Enrollment (25% of Total Fees)

April 1 (25% of Total Fees)

May 1 (25% of Total Fees)

Apr 1-Apr 30

Day of Enrollment (25% of Total Fees)

Day After Enrollment (50% of Total Fees)

May 1 (25% of Total Fees)

n/a

May 1-Aug 3

Day of Enrollment (100% of Total Fees)

n/a

n/a

n/a

There is no fee to be placed on the waitlist. If a spot becomes available in the desired camp the camper’s parent/guardian that is prioritized at the top of waitlist will be notified via e-mail or phone call. The parent/guardian will have 24 hours from the time of the notification e-mail to make payment in full for the desired camp. If payment has not been received in full, the camper’s parent/ guardian next on the waitlist will be notified.

Age Policy The cutoff date for a camper’s age is September 1, 2018 or a camper’s age on the first day of the camp week.

Camp Cancellation & Refund Policy • The department will issue a full refund if the department cancels a camp. • Cancellations for a camp week must be requested a minimum of 2 weeks from the respective camp week start date to receive a 100% refund, less a $10 service charge for cancellation per camp week, per camper. • All refunds are subject to the State Board of Accounts claim procedure and may take three to four weeks.

Field Trips All field trips are weather permitted.

Campers are responsible for bringing their own sack lunch and snack. Campers must be able to take care of their respective restrooms needs.

Does your child require an ADA modification? • To schedule your child’s/ward’s assessment please contact Aimee Rich, Inclusion Supervisor, at 317.843.3866 or arich@carmelclayparks.com. Please schedule your child’s/ward’s assessment by May 1, 2018. • Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR) will assess your child/ward to determine if additional support is required for participation in a CCPR Program. • If it is determined that additional support is required for your child/ward, within 30 days from the assessment date CCPR staff will facilitate a support system to assist your child/ward in general programming. Participation in a CCPR Program may not begin until CCPR staff assigns a staff member to your child/ward.

SUBMIT PAYMENT AND APPLICABLE INFO AND AGREEMENT FORM(S) • In-person at any of the eleven Carmel Clay Elementary Schools (with CCPR staff) or at the Monon Community Center • Online at carmelclayparks.com • By phone (317.573.5240 or 317.843.3864) if payment by debit or credit card

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE 2

(Criteria based upon Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines): carmelclayparks.com/summercampseries Deadline: March 1, 2018 (Must include 2017 IRS 1040 tax form. Please cover Social Security number.)


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MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Registration opens on January 9th at noon at carmelclayparks.com

Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR) Awarded the Darkness to Light Partner in Prevention Distinction for 2017-2018 This is a prestigious certification showing CCPR’s commitment to keeping the children they serve safe and healthy. The Darkness to Light Partner in Prevention distinction shows parents/guardians, school personnel and the community that the organization is dedicated to fostering an environment that better protects children from sexual abuse. CCPR is committed to prevention through training and having implemented appropriate policies designed to deter potential perpetrators. Staff training increases awareness and teaches how to recognize opportunities for abuse to occur as well as help recognize when abuse has occurred. Staff are also trained on how to react if they recognize signs of abuse or if a child discloses abuse.

2 Summer Camp Series Policies, ADA Modifcations & Scholarship Information 4 Play On 5 Where It’s At 6 Boys Rock! Girls Rule! 7 Adventures in Art 8 Science of Summer 9 The Summer Experience 10 Outdoor Explorers 11 Move to Improve 12 Success on Stage: Acting 13 Success on Stage: Stage Design 14 15 16 16 17

Chillville Lead the Way I.M.P.A.C.T. Recreational Half-Day Camps Registration Forms

STAY CONNECTED carmelclayparks.com 1235 Central Park Drive East Carmel, IN 46032 317.573.5240 or 317.843.3864 Weather Hotline: 317.843.3870 fb.com/CarmelClayParks twitter.com/CarmelClayParks instagram.com/CarmelClayParks youtube.com/CarmelClayParksRec Be sure to check out all of our camp videos!!

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Here to offer an enjoyable, engaging, challenging and fun camp experience with active participation. Each week, children will have the opportunity to enjoy different arts & crafts, water play, science, classic camp games, songs and so much more! Meet and greets between campers and counselors will take place every morning. Individualized fun, as well as team building is encouraged. At the end of each week, a themed celebration will take place. Join us, and let’s make this summer an unforgettable one!

AGES 5-9

Date

Name

Number

Field Trip Destination

Clay Middle School 5150 East 126th Street

June 4-8

Splish Splash

476001-01

West Park

June 11-15

The Great Outdoors

476001-02

Holliday Park

June 18-22

The Superhero in You

476001-03

SkyZone

June 25-29

Moovin’ & Groovin’

476001-04

Hamilton County Sports Complex

Mon-Fri, 7:00am-6:00pm Max: 100 • Ratio: 1-to-12

July 2-6

Holiday Mash-Up

476001-05

N/A

$185/week $148 for week of July 2

July 9-13

Let’s Go Back in Time

476001-06

Connor Prairie

July 16-20

Backyard Bash

476001-07

Dillon Park

Field Trip Day(s): Wed

July 23-27

Pirates & Princesses

476001-08

Regal Village Park 17

July 30-August 3

Summer Fiesta

476001-09

Indianapolis Zoo

Swimming Day(s): Tues & Thur

FOR MORE “PLAY ON” INFO, CALL 317.258.8266

Taking time to strengthen skills and build comfort through consistent swim lessons are the most imporant steps for children to become safe swimmers.

We offer swim lessons for all levels, ages, and abilities. Get them started today so they are ready for summer swimming fun. Register at carmelclayparks.com.

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Dedicated to creating an environment where every child is welcome, and where all children’s interests are represented. From sports to science, and everything in between, this is the every-child camp. With each changing week, a new activity, a new theme, but the same fun and exciting camp exists. Come join Where It’s At for an amazing summer!

AGES 5-11

Date

Name

Number

Field Trip Destination

Creekside Middle School 3525 West 126th Street

June 4-8

Hoosier Hysteria

476001-11

Indiana State Museum

June 11-15

All Star Sports!

476001-12

Incrediplex

June 18-22

Silly Safari

476001-13

Indianapolis Zoo

June 25-29

Great Outdoors

476001-14

West Park

Mon-Fri, 7:00am-6:00pm Max: 125 • Ratio: 1-to-12

July 2-6

Stars & Stripes

476001-15

N/A

$185/week $148 for week of July 2

July 9-13

Splashin’ Fun

476001-16

Inlow Park

July 16-20

Up, Up, & Away!

476001-17

SkyZone

Field Trip Day(s): Wed

July 23-27

Hollywood Week

476001-18

Regal Village Park 17

July 30-August 3

Season Finale!

476001-19

Woodland Bowl

Swimming Day(s): Tues & Thur

FOR MORE “WHERE IT’S AT” INFO, CALL 317.698.0816

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We’ll say it again loud and clear: Boys Rock! Girls Rule! Come see and learn the exciting and unique things about ourselves and what sets us apart. We’ll be getting dirty on the field and primping like princesses, and being strong coming together as one. Join in the fun as we celebrate how awesome we all are and how everybody rocks and rules!

AGES 5-9

Date

Name

Number

Field Trip Destination

Founders Park (Wilfong Pavilion) 11675 Hazel Dell Parkway

June 4-8

Camp Throwdown

476010-01 (boys) 476010-11 (girls)

NIFS

June 11-15

Glamping & Camping

476010-02 (boys) 476010-12 (girls)

Eagle Creek Park

Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm

June 18-22

Road Trip!

Indianapolis Zoo

Max: 30 boys & 30 girls Ratio: 1-to-10

476010-03 (boys) 476010-13 (girls)

June 25-29

All the Fun of the Fair

476010-04 (boys) 476010-14 (girls)

Incrediplex

$185/week $148 for week of July 2

July 2-6

Holiday Hullabaloo

476010-05 (boys) 476010-15

SkyZone

July 9-13

Princesses & Superheroes

476010-06 (boys) 476010-16 (girls)

Regal Village Park 17

July 16-20

Score! Sports Galore!

476010-07 (boys) 476010-17 (girls)

Hamilton County Sports Complex

July 23-27

Creative Cats & Lab Rats

476010-08 (boys) 476010-18 (girls)

Indianapolis Children’s Museum

July 30-August 3

Tropical Beach Bash

476010-09 (boys) 476010-19 (girls)

Dillon Park

Field Trip Day(s): Fri Swimming Day(s): Tues & Thur On-Site Entertainer Day(s): Wed

FOR MORE “BOYS ROCK! GIRLS RULE!” INFO, CALL 317.418.8475

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Creative expression is an essential part of a child’s development. So, come with us and explore the world of art in a hands-on setting! Participants will use their imagination to paint, create and build masterpieces (available to take home). Campers will have plenty of opportunities to experiment with fun and varied art materials. The creative mind does what the creative mind wants, so come join us and get a little messy!

AGES 5-8

Date

Name

Number

Field Trip Destination

Monon Community Center 1235 Central Park Drive East

June 4-8

Jazzy Jewelry

476007-01

Pottery By You

June 11-15

Cultural Art

476007-02

Indianapolis Children’s Museum

June 18-22

Cool Clay

476007-03

Connor Prairie

June 25-29

Dynamic Drawing

476007-04

Downtown Paddle Boats

Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm Max: 25 • Ratio: 1-to-10

July 2-6

Animal Art

476007-05

Indianapolis Zoo

$185/week $148 for week of July 2

July 9-13

Art & Literature (art inspired by books)

476007-06

Indianapolis Central Library

Field Trip Day(s): Fri

July 16-20

Painters’ Palette

476007-07

Indianapolis Museum of Art

Swimming Day(s): Wed

July 23-27

Craft & Create

476007-08

Holland Park

July 30-August 3

The Art of Giving (giftable arts & crafts)

476007-09

Bowl 32

AGES 9-11

Date

Name

Number

Field Trip Destination

Monon Community Center 1235 Central Park Drive East

June 4-8

Jazzy Jewelry

476007-11

Pottery By You

June 11-15

Terrific Textiles

476007-12

Indianapolis Children’s Museum

June 18-22

Cool Clay

476007-13

Connor Prairie

June 25-29

Dynamic Drawing

476007-14

Downtown Paddle Boats

July 2-6

Art History

476007-15

Cookies & Canvas

$185/week $148 for week of July 2

July 9-13

DIY Decorating

476007-16

Indianapolis Central Library

July 16-20

Painters’ Palette

476007-17

Indianapolis Museum of Art

Field Trip Day(s): Fri

July 23-27

Craft & Create

476007-18

Holland Park

Swimming Day(s): Wed

July 30-August 3

The Art of Giving (giftable arts & crafts)

476007-19

Bowl 32

Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm Max: 15 • Ratio: 1-to-10

FOR MORE “ADVENTURES IN ART” INFO, CALL 317.698.6579

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Science is everywhere, and it is COOL! Join us for hands-on, scientific method learning with an emphasis on fun. We’ll conduct experiments, watch demonstrations and make take home projects that reinforce each week’s focus. This camp tends to get a little messy, so be sure your child(ren) are in appropriate clothing. Let’s get hands-on with science!

AGES 5-8

Date

Name

Number

Field Trip Destination

Monon Community Center 1235 Central Park Drive East

June 4-8

Backyard Science

476006-01

Eagle Creek Park

June 11-15

Indiana Safari

476006-02

Indianapolis Zoo

June 18-22

Just LEGO

476006-03

Hamilton County Sports Complex

June 25-29

Jr. Archaeologists

476006-04

Indianapolis Children’s Museum

Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm Max: 25 • Ratio: 1-to-10

July 2-6

Stuck On You

476006-05

WonderLab

$185/week $148 for week of July 2

July 9-13

Auto Aerodynamics

476006-06

Wilbur Shaw Memorial Soap Box Derby Hill

Field Trip Day(s): Fri

July 16-20

Mythbusters

476006-07

Incrediplex

Swimming Day(s): Wed

July 23-27

Space Explorations

476006-08

Indianapolis Children’s Museum

July 30-August 3

Goopity Goo

476006-09

Hunter’s Honey Farm

AGES 9-11

Date

Name

Number

Field Trip Destination

Monon Community Center 1235 Central Park Drive East

June 4-8

Backyard Science

476006-11

Eagle Creek Park

June 11-15

Indiana Safari

476006-12

Indianapolis Zoo

June 18-22

Just LEGO

476006-13

Hamilton County Sports Complex

June 25-29

Jr. Archaeologists

476006-14

Indianapolis Children’s Museum

Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm Max: 15 • Ratio: 1-to-10

July 2-6

Stuck On You

476006-15

WonderLab

$185/week $148 for week of July 2

July 9-13

Auto Aerodynamics

476006-16

Wilbur Shaw Memorial Soap Box Derby Hill

Field Trip Day(s): Fri

July 16-20

Mythbusters

476006-17

Incrediplex

Swimming Day(s): Wed

July 23-27

Space Explorations

476006-18

Indianapolis Children’s Museum

July 30-August 3

Goopity Goo

476006-19

Hunter’s Honey Farm

FOR MORE “SCIENCE OF SUMMER” INFO, CALL 317.418.6917

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Your destination for summer fun! Each week we’ll dive into a new theme, exploring sports, nature, animals, arts and so much more. We’ll splash in The Waterpark twice, explore a local park, and experience summer fun on a Friday adventure. New things will be learned, friends will be made, and memories will be created that last a lifetime. Join us and come experience summer every day! Date

Name

Number

Field Trip Destination

June 4-8

Fun in the Sun

476002-01

Richey Woods Nature Preserve & Holliday Park

June 11-15

Get Fit Fun

476002-02

Forest Park & Hamilton County Sports Complex

June 18-22

Make a Splash!

476002-03

Inlow Park & Washington Township Park

June 25-29

Where the Wild Things Are

476002-04

Cool Creek Park & Indianapolis Zoo

July 2-6

Red, White & Blue

476002-05

N/A & Connor Prairie

Field Trip Day(s): Wed & Fri

July 9-13

Imagination Station

476002-06

Broad Ripple Park & Kids Commons

July 16-20

Let’s Take the Stage

476002-07

Fort Harrison State Park & Skateland

Swimming Day(s): Tues & Thur

July 23-27

Get Crafty

476002-08

West Park & Columbian Park Zoo

July 30August 3

Summer Celebration 476002-09

Roy G. Holland Memorial Park & Movie Theater

AGES 9-11

Date

Name

Number

Field Trip Destination

June 4-8

Fun in the Sun

476002-11

Richey Woods Nature Preserve & Holliday Park

June 11-15

Get Fit Fun

476002-12

Forest Park & Hamilton County Sports Complex

June 18-22

Make a Splash!

476002-13

Inlow Park & Washington Township Park

June 25-29

Where the Wild Things Are

476002-14

Cool Creek Park & Indianapolis Zoo

July 2-6

Red, White & Blue

476002-15

N/A & Connor Prairie

Field Trip Day(s): Wed & Fri

July 9-13

Imagination Station

476002-16

Broad Ripple Park & Kids Commons

July 16-20

Let’s Take the Stage

476002-17

Fort Harrison State Park & Skateland

Swimming Day(s): Tues & Thur

July 23-27

Get Crafty

476002-18

West Park & Columbian Park Zoo

July 30August 3

Summer Celebration 476002-19

AGES 5-8 Carmel Middle School 300 South Guilford Mon-Fri, 7:00am-6:00pm Max: 75 • Ratio: 1-to-12 $185/week $148 for week of July 2

Carmel Middle School 300 South Guilford Mon-Fri, 7:00am-6:00pm Max: 50 • Ratio: 1-to-12 $185/week $148 for week of July 2

Roy G. Holland Memorial Park & Movie Theater

FOR MORE “THE SUMMER EXPERIENCE” INFO, CALL 317.418.5267

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Recharge your batteries and become one with nature. Get out your sunscreen, walking shoes and sun visors, and enjoy the outdoors as we explore nature. During each camp day, we will hike an average of one-to-two miles (with breaks) on various camping trails. So, if you don’t mind getting dirty and LOVE adventure, this is the camp for you!

AGES 6-12

Date

Name

Number

Field Trip Destination

June 4-8

Exploration (Learning about the Outdoors)

476003-01

Williams Park & West Park

June 11-15

Birds of a Feather

476003-02

Eagle Creek-Ornithology Center & IMA 100 Acres

June 18-22

Bugs R Us

476003-03

Southeastway Park & Holliday Park

June 25-29

Wild Animals

476003-04

Exotic Feline Rescue Center & Columbian Park Zoo

July 2-6

Tree Funk

476003-05

Cool Creek Park & Meltzer Woods

Field Trip Day(s): Tues & Thurs

July 9-13

476003-06

Potters Bridge & McCormick’s Creek Park

Swimming Day(s): Wed

Outdoor Foolishness (Reading Hiking Trail Markers...correctly)

July 16-20

Mappin’

476003-07

Eagle Creek Park & Fort Harrison State Park

July 23-27

Born to be Wild

476003-08

Indianapolis Children’s Museum & Garfield Park

July 30-August 3

My Spectacular Summer 476003-09

Great Times & Mounds State Park

Monon Community Center 1235 Central Park Drive East Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm Max: 50 • Ratio: 1-to-10 $185/week $148 for week of July 2

FOR MORE “OUTDOOR EXPLORERS” INFO, CALL 317.418.1396

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Do you have a passion for a particular sport, but have never played it or want to work more on some fundamentals? Well in this camp, football, soccer and volleyball are just a few of the sports that we will be playing each week. We will even be introducing a new sport: youth rugby! This camp is not for the advanced player, but is for those who are just starting out in a particular sport or who want to develop skills that are essential to succeed in athletics. We’ll challenge you in a setting designed to help you reach your goals. The coaches are ready and the field is set. All we need now is you!

AGES 6-12

Date

Name

Number

Clay Middle School* 5150 East 126th Street

June 4-8

Goal! (Soccer)

476009-01

June 11-15

Gold Medal Track & Field

476009-02

June 18-22

Touchdown (Football)

476009-03

June 25-29

Hey Batter! (Baseball)

476009-04

Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm Max: 50 • Ratio: 1-to-10

July 2-6

Heading to the Top! (Soccer)

476009-05

$185/week $148 for week of July 2

July 9-13

Ready for Rugby

476009-06

July 16-20*

Hoosier Hoopin’! (Basketball)

476009-07

Field Trip Day(s): N/A

July 23-27*

Bump! Set! Spike! (Volleyball)

476009-08

Swimming Day(s): Wed

July 30-August 3* Buzzer Beater! (Basketball)

*Weeks of July 16,23, and 30 held at Monon Community Center West.

476009-09

FOR MORE “MOVE TO IMPROVE” INFO, CALL 317.258.6504

WE ARE HIRING! Accepting applications for summer. ∙ Kid Counselor ∙ Customer Service ∙ Life Guard ∙ Park Maintenance carmelclayparks.com/employment

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This summer we’ll be working on our comic delivery with two original plays. First, tons of magical fun awaits in this one-of-a-kind fairy tale farce. A kind king and queen have trouble in their royal family, with four obnoxious, bratty children. Will they learn to live happily ever after? Then, cue the lightning! Cue the thunder! It’s monster mayhem in this frightfully fun high school where the kids of all the classic monsters go to learn the tricks of the trade. When a broken-down bus brings human students to their door, utter mayhem ensues.

AGES 9-15

Date

Name

Number

Monon Community Center 1235 Central Park Drive East

June 4-29

Haphazardly Ever After

476005-11 Incrediplex

July 2-6

Improv & Skits

476005-12 Canal (Fri)

Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm Max: 25 • Ratio: 1-to-10 Four-Week Fee: $740 $148 for week of July 2 Field Trip Day(s): Fri (performance week only)

July 9-August 3 Transylmania

Field Trip Destination

476005-13 Skateland

Auditions will be on June 4 and July 9. Performances will be June 28 and August 2 at 2 p.m., with small receptions immediately after each show. Camp will have on site vendors on Tuesdays except for performance weeks.

FOR MORE “SUCCESS ON STAGE: ACTING” INFO, CALL 317.698.4966

Swimming Day(s): Fri On-Site Entertainer Day(s): Tues & Thurs

Join us in one of our programs geared toward recreation, nature, sports, arts and crafts, enrichment and more. Check out all of our offerings at carmelclayparks.com 12


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Want to be behind-the-scenes for two original comedic plays? Be a part of creating the world of the plays this summer. Sew costumes, paint the backdrop and design the props that the audience will see. The week of the play, you’ll be helping with audio, makeup, hair, and ushering, as well as getting to see the play. Get out that creativity and help us design the stage!

AGES 9-15

Date

Name

Number

Field Trip Destination

Monon Community Center 1235 Central Park Drive East

June 4-8

Costumes

476005-01

Holliday Park

June 11-15

Backdrop

476005-02

West Park

June 18-22

Props & Makeup

476005-03

Library

June 25-29

Performance

476005-04

Incrediplex

July 2-6

Drawing & Skits

476005-05

Canal

July 9-13

Costumes

476005-06

Mackenzie River Pizza

July 16-20

Backdrop

476005-07

Cookies & Canvas

July 23-27

Props & Makeup

476005-08

Pottery By You

July 30-August 3

Performance

476005-09

Skateland

Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm Max: 25 • Ratio: 1-to-10 $185/week $148 for week of July 2 Field Trip Day(s): Tues (on show week field trip is moved to Friday) Swimming Day(s): Fri

FOR MORE “SUCCESS ON STAGE: STAGE DESIGN” INFO, CALL 317.698.4966

On-Site Entertainer Day(s): Thurs

Super. Every Day! Join us during March Disability Awareness Month for a unique and special performance! March 24 at 6pm or March 25 at 1pm at the Monon Community Center. Purchase tickets beginning December 1 at any desk at the Monon Community Center for only $5. Please join us this March to help increase awareness and create acceptance for all people.

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Spend the summer with peers who enjoy doing some of the same things as you. Each week presents an opportunity to try new things and participate in a variety of activities: crafts, sports, group challenges, and more-all based around a common theme! Want to make a lanyard, play cards, or maybe just relax and talk with friends? This summer will have plenty of time for that every morning and afternoon! You are sure to do more than chill in this fast-paced camp!

AGES 9-13

Date

Name

Number

Field Trip Destination

Monon Community Center 1195 Central Park Drive West

June 4-8

Goin’ Green

476004-01

Top Golf & Indianapolis Zoo

June 11-15

Strength in Numbers

476004-02

Laser Flash & Indianapolis Indians Game (Wed)

Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm

June 18-22

Blast from the Past

476004-03

Conner Prairie & Bowl 32

Max: 50 • Ratio: 1-to-12

June 25-29

Tween Vs. Wild

476004-04

$185/week $148 for week of July 2

Flat Fork Creek & White River Canoe Company (Tubing)

July 2-6

Chillaxin’

476004-05

Hamilton 16 IMAX & Carmel Ice Skadium

July 9-13

Super Cool Science

476004-06

Indianapolis Children’s Museum & Hunter’s Honey Farm

July 16-20

Game On

476004-07

Dave & Buster’s & Incrediplex

July 23-27

Makerspace 101

476004-08

Pottery By You & MacKenzie River Pizza

July 30-August 3

Best of the Best

476004-09

Hamilton County Sports Complex & Indiana Beach

Field Trip Day(s): Tues & Thurs Swimming Day(s): Mon, Wed, Fri

FOR MORE “CHILLVILLE” INFO, CALL 317.679.9867

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What does it mean to be a leader? Can you lead the way for others? We each have what it takes to be a leader in some way, we just have to find it and know how to use it! Join us on our journey this summer, as we investigate ourselves, meet friends and learn together. We’ll take on projects to better our community and discover new ways of thinking while helping each other succeed. Come see how much fun being a leader can be!

AGES 9-13

Date

Name

Number

Field Trip Destination

Founders Park (Wilfong Pavilion) 11675 Hazel Dell Parkway

June 4-8

Me and You-The Individual

476008-01

Dillon Park & The Indianapolis Children’s Museum

June 11-15

We and Us-Think Team 476008-02

West Park & Incrediplex

June 18-22

Togetherness

476008-03

Regal Village Park 17 & Indianapolis Indians Game

June 25-29

Adapt, Adjust, and Modify

476008-04

Holliday Park & Conner Prairie

July 2-6

Talk, Show, AskCommunication

476008-05

Fort Harrison State Park & White River Canoe Company

July 9-13

Personal Connections

476008-06

Escape Room & Indianapolis Zoo

July 16-20

Humble Confidence

476008-07

Carmel Ice Skadium & Bowl 32

July 23-27

Encourage, Empower

476008-08

Biztown & Purdue University

July 30-August 3

Leading is Following

476008-09

TBD Leadership-Based Trip & Indiana Beach

Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm Max: 60 • Ratio: 1-to-12 $185/week $148 for week of July 2 Field Trip Day(s): Tues & Thurs Swimming Day(s): Mon & Fri

FOR MORE “LEAD THE WAY” INFO, CALL 317.698.7950

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AGES 12-15 Mon-Fri Hours Based on Location June 4-August 3 Max: 30 Session Fee: $500 Registration #: 476008-11 Contact 317.843.3864 for more info on I.M.P.A.C.T. See what this camp has to offer by watching our video at https://goo.gl/Xxe6Y7

Are you a young adult seeking responsibility? Are you a 12-15 year old who wants to serve as a positive role model? The I.M.P.A.C.T. (Initiative, Motivation, Professionalism, Achievement, Compassion, Teamwork) program will teach essential life skills in a job-like setting. Members of I.M.P.A.C.T. will attend a weekly job training session that will focus on each of the six elements of the program. Interested individuals will interview to become a member of I.M.P.A.C.T. If selected, each member will be assigned to one of the following day camps: Play On, Where It’s At, The Summer Experience, Science of Summer, Adventures in Art, or Boys Rock! Girls Rule!

Recreational HALF-DAY

CAMPS

Do not fill out forms on the following pages for these Half-Day Camps, just register online at carmelclayparks.com Monon Community Center 1195 Central Park Drive West Mon-Fri

Preschool (Ages 4-6) Date

Name

Number

Time

June 11-15

Dynamic Dinosaurs

185007-01

9:00am-12:00pm

June 18-22

Nature Detectives

185007-02

9:00am-12:00pm

June 25-29

Messy Mania

185007-03

9:00am-12:00pm

July 9-13

Safety Town

185007-04

9:00am-12:00pm

July 9-13

Safety Town

185007-05

1:00-4:00pm

July 16-20

Colors & Textures

185007-06

9:00am-12:00pm

July 23-27

Sensory Adventures

185007-07

9:00am-12:00pm

August 6-10

Rockin’ Rocks

185007-08

9:00am-12:00pm

Youth (Ages 7-10) Date

Name

Number

Time

June 4-8

Fishing Frenzy

186001-01

9:00am-12:00pm

Min/Max: 10/20

June 4-8

Wilderness Survival

186001-02

1:00-4:00pm

Ratio: Preschool: 1-to-5 Youth: 1-to-7

June 11-15

Stomping in the Swamp

186001-03

1:00-4:00pm

June 18-22

Fab Forests

186001-04

1:00-4:00pm

$80/week • $64 for week of July 2

June 25-29

Water, Water, Everywhere

186001-05

1:00-4:00pm

For more info on Half-Day Camps, call 317.843.3861

July 16-20

Born to Build

186001-06

1:00-4:00pm

July 23-27

Slippery Slimy Fun

186001-07

1:00-4:00pm

July 30-August 3

All About Flight

186001-08

9:00am-12:00pm

July 30-August 3

Wacky Weather

186001-09

1:00-4:00pm

August 6-10

Things with Wings

186001-10

1:00-4:00pm

9:00am-12:00pm or 1:00-4:00pm

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Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR) Info Form 2017-18 Extended School Enrichment & 2018 Summer Camp Series CHILD/WARD NAME

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� Yes � No If yes, please specify: � Yes � No If yes, please specify: Medical Condition(s)? � Yes � No If yes, please specify: Allergies?

Dietary Restriction(s)?

Current Medications (please specify): Physician’s Name: Dentist’s Name: Insurance Policy: Preferred Hospital:

Physician’s Phone #: Dentist’s Phone #: Insurance Group/Policy #: Immunization Date (most recent):

Swim Level: � Beginner � Intermediate � Advanced REASONABLE MODIFICATIONS (n/a if your child/ward does not have a 504 plan or IEP during the school year)

� IEP � Other (please specify modification): � 504 Plan  If your child/ward is on a 504 plan or IEP, CCPR staff will assess your child/ward to determine if additional support is required for participation in a CCPR Program.  If it is determined that additional support is required for your child/ward, within 30 days from the assessment date, CCPR staff will facilitate a support system to assist your child/ward in general programming. Participation in a CCPR Program may not begin until CCPR staff assigns a staff member to your child/ward.  To schedule your child’s/ward’s assessment please contact Aimee Rich, Inclusion Supervisor, at 317.843.3866 or arich@carmelclayparks.com. This form is part of the 2-page CCPR Program Participant Agreement – Release & Indemnity. Check box below next to name of authorized person who is a CCPR employee with whom you have arranged private caregiving services for your child/ward. PICK-UP AUTHORIZATION (please list authorized persons’ names as listed on his/her photo i.d.) List all persons authorized to pick up your child/ward. Authorized persons must have photo i.d. available. Your child/ward will not be released to anyone not on this list. Any changes to this list must be made in person. Anyone on the list must be at least 16 years old. In addition to myself, the people named below are authorized to pick-up my child/ward from the CCPR Program.

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Please submit to your child’s/ward’s ESE Site Supervisor (contact info at http://carmelclayparks.com/ese/esecontacts/)


Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (“CCPR”) 2017-18 Extended School Enrichment/Summer Camps Program Participant Agreement - Release & Indemnity - Page 1 of 2 I AGREE TO READ, UNDERSTAND AND ABIDE BY THE TERMS OF THIS PROGRAM PARTICIPANT AGREEMENT, THE PARENT/ GUARDIAN GUIDE AND ALL PROGRAM INFORMATION, AS MODIFIED FROM TIME TO TIME. CHILD’S PHYSICAL CONDITION AND EXPECTED BEHAVIOR: I hereby declare my child/ward to be physically sound, having medical approval to participate in the activities of the CCPR Program (the “Program”). My child’s/ward’s health history listed on the CCPR Info Form is correct so far as I know, and my child/ward has permission to engage in all prescribed Program activities. I understand that it is my responsibility to promptly notify my child’s/ward’s Site Supervisor in writing of any changes in my child’s/ward’s health. I certify that my child/ward is amendable to discipline and free from habits or attitudes which would compromise a positive experience for other enrolled children. EMERGENCY TREATMENT AUTHORIZATION: I hereby authorize (a) CCPR to arrange for emergency transport and (b) medical personnel attending to my child/ward, to order X‐rays, routine tests and treatment for my child/ward. In the event I am not able to communicate or cannot be reached in an emergency, I hereby authorize the attending physician to hospitalize, secure proper treatment for, and order injection(s) and/or anesthesia and/or surgery for my child/ward as listed on the CCPR Info Form. I agree that I will be fully responsible for any and all costs of such treatment, even if not covered by insurance and even if the need for such emergency services arise directly or indirectly from the negligence of the Indemnitees defined and listed below. STAFF/CHILD RELATIONSHIP POLICIES: Caregiving Outside the Program. I understand that CCPR discourages but does not prohibit, CCPR employees from providing care (including babysitting services) outside of their employment with CCPR, to children enrolled in the Program. I agree that such an arrangement is a private matter solely between parents/guardians and the CCPR employee(s) which is necessary to disclose to the Site Supervisor of both the CCPR employee and the enrolled child(ren). Accordingly, on behalf of myself, my heirs and assigns, I agree that in the event I engage/hire a CCPR employee to provide private care to my enrolled child(ren)/ward(s) only or together with others (siblings, friends, etc.), (a) I will notify the Site Supervisor at the location(s) of the engaged/hired CCPR employee and the enrolled child(ren) of the arrangement and its start and end dates; (b) I will not interfere with the employee’s employment with CCPR and (c) I HEREBY RELEASE, WAIVE, DISCHARGE, COVENANT NOT TO SUE, AGREE TO HOLD HARMLESS AND INDEMNIFY the Carmel/Clay Board of Parks and Recreation, the Carmel Clay Parks Building Corporation, the City of Carmel, Clay Township, their officials, officers, members, independent contractors, employees (except the employee engaged/hired to provide private caregiving serivces) and volunteers (the “Indemnitees”) from and against, any and all claims, losses, damages, suits, or actions of any nature whatsoever which directly or indirectly arise out of or are connected with or alleged to arise out of or be connected with, such private caregiving services, including reasonable attorney fees, court costs and other reasonably related costs incurred by any and all of the Indemnitees. Communication. Employee communications with children enrolled in the Program by electronic means such as computer, phone, texting, social media, etc. will be allowed ONLY to reasonably accommodate a private caregiving arrangement previously disclosed to the Site Supervisor(s) of both the engaged employee(s)’s and the enrolled child(ren). Otherwise such communication is strictly prohibited. Transportation. ONLY during a private caregiving arrangement which has been disclosed to the Site Supervisor(s) of the enrolled child(ren) and engaged/hired CCPR employee(s), may the employee(s) be added to a CCPR Info Form as an “Authorized Person for Pick‐Up” and transport such children to and/or from a Program location at which the CCPR employee is NOT scheduled to work. PHOTO/IMAGE: Unless I have indicated otherwise on my registration or other forms, I agree that CCPR may use the name and image of my child(ren)/ward and/or myself in any and all social and other media outlets regarding the Program.


Continuation of Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (“CCPR”) 2017-18 Extended School Enrichment/ Summer Camps Program Participant Agreement - Release & Indemnity - Page 2 of 2 FIELD TRIP TRANSPORTATION: I understand that CCPR may use buses to transport my child/ward on field trips. PROGRAM CLOSURE: Pickup: I understand that I will be contacted by phone when my child’s/ward’s Program Location is closed due to inclement weather or emergency, and that if my child/ward is not picked up by 10:00 a.m. I will be charged a late fee of $1 for each minute past 10:00 a.m. Sickness: I will not send a sick and/or contagious child (temperature under 100 degrees for 24 hours without medication) to the Program and that when my child/ward is found to be ill and/or contagious while at the Program, I will arrange to pick up my child/ward immediately upon notification via phone. All medication (prescription and non‐ prescription) requested to be given at the Program must be provided in the original container with written permission. PAYMENT POLICY: I understand that payment is due in advance and that should my child attend the Program without payment made in full, I will be charged the applicable drop‐in rate for the Program. SUSPENSION/EXPULSION POLICIES: Behavior Issues. I understand that should my child’s/ward’s behavior result in a suspension (per the Behavior Consequence Rubric which I have received) or present a real threat of harm to self or others, CCPR has the right to expel such child from the Program, and this Agreement may be terminated with verbal notification as to such child. Drop off/Pick up. I understand that (a) failure to walk my child/ward into the Program location upon drop‐off may result in Program expulsion, (b) failure to pick up my child/ward by the end of Program time will result in a $1 per minute, per child, late pick‐up fee and (c) if my child/ward is not picked up within one hour after the Program ends, and all emergency contact attempts have been exhausted, the local police will be notified and my child/ward may be immediately expelled from the Program. RELEASE AND INDEMNITY: In consideration of my child's/ward’s participation in the activities of the Program, I acknowledge the inherent risks associated with offered and utilized physical fitness and other activities and that serious injury including broken bones, lacerations, concussions and/or death to my child/ward could result, AND ON BEHALF OF MYSELF, MY HEIRS AND ASSIGNS, I HEREBY RELEASE, WAIVE, DISCHARGE, COVENANT NOT TO SUE, AGREE TO HOLD HARMLESS AND INDEMNIFY THE CARMEL/CLAY BOARD OF PARKS AND RECREATION, THE CARMEL CLAY PARKS BUILDING CORPORATION, THE CITY OF CARMEL, CLAY TOWNSHIP, THEIR OFFICIALS, OFFICERS, MEMBERS, EMPLOYEES, VOLUNTEERS, AND INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS (“Indemnitees”) from any and all claims of liability for personal injury, including death, or property damage that my child/ward or I, my heirs and assigns may suffer directly or indirectly arising out of or relating in any respect to my child’s/ward’s participation in the CCPR Program even if said injury, damage, or loss results from the negligence of any or all of the above‐identified Indemnitees. This agreement to indemnify and hold harmless Indemnitees includes my reponsiblity to pay all attorney fees, court costs and other reasonably related legal costs incurred by Indemnitees and arising from or relating in any respect to my child's/ward’s participation in the Program and/or my breach of any or all terms and conditions contained in this Program Participant Agreement. The laws of the State of Indiana shall govern any disputes or other matters relating to this provision and this Program Participant Agreement and any action shall be brought in any state court of competent jurisdiction in Hamilton County, Indiana. I have completed and will provide updated information as necessary on the CCPR Info Form. I have carefully read and understand the terms of this Program Participant Agreement. I am entering into this legally binding agreement of my own free will knowing that I am releasing certain legal rights that I or others otherwise may have.

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Summer Camp Series 2018  
Summer Camp Series 2018  

June 4 - August 3, 2018 Registration begins January 9, at noon. Register online at carmelclayparks.com