Students will engage with science, literacy & math topics to learn more about the specific session topic. We're taking COVID safety precautions seriously and aim to build trust with parents/guardians and students in order to have the best learning outcomes.
The Program Coordinator and the Pastoral staff at Washington Community Fellowship oversee the program with a team of volunteer learning assistants. All staff & learning assistants are background checked and trained on emergency and safety protocols, as well as COVID safety. Our team is passionate about education and wants to contribute to the community by encouraging students on their academic journey.
Camp programming begins at 8:30 am and ends at 3:30 pm. All campers must be picked up at 3:30 pm. Programs will vary based on sessions but all will include the same components, including group time, outdoor play, and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) enrichment activities.
All pick-up & drop-off are curbside due to our commitment to safety. All campers must be picked up at 3:30 pm.
Unfortunately, we are not able to provide transportation for students. Self-transportation is required via family drop-off, walking, transit, etc.
Please bring a reusable water bottle, a positive attitude, and pre-applied sunscreen or sunscreen with name on it.
Yes, nutritious Breakfast, Lunch & Snacks will be provided to each student. Please inform us of any allergies or diet restrictions via the registration form. For information on provided lunches in your community, click here.
Yes, all are welcome! We will not be providing any religious education during this camp experience in order to respect everyone's personal beliefs.
Registration will close at noon the Wednesday before each camp.
Our day camps have a capacity of 15 campers to ensure safety of all. If all spots are filled, please register for the waitlist and we will contact you as soon as we can if there is an opening. For this reason, we are prioritizing registrations where students can attend at least 4 of the 5 days of camp.
Due to limited availablity, we require that students plan to attend a minimum 4 of the 5 camp days.
Yes! You are welcome to sign up for as many camps as you can attend. Each week has a different content focus and each week will have different & fun educational activities.
For cancellations or changes we require written notice via this form by Wednesday at 12:00 pm prior to the start of the session week. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in the case of an emergency or last-minute cancellation. Due to the high demand, we cannot guarantee spots available in other camp sessions in the case of a last minute cancellation.
Our summer camp is fully committed to meeting all appropriate safety precautions, as detailed by DC Health and the CDC, to ensure safety for students and staff. Please read our COVID safety plan for more information on protocols.
Yes, all students & staff will be required to properly wear a mask. For more information click here. We will happily provide a mask to your child.
STEM Summer Camp will require daily symptom self-screenings to help protect the safety and health of all.
Students will be required to have written documentation verifying that their parent or guardian’s daily symptom screening was conducted before coming to the Learning Lab and will have their temperatures checked upon arrival at day camp.
An individual who does not pass the health screening should not enter the facility. Instead, they should isolate immediately and call their healthcare provider to determine the next steps. Students who cannot go home alone will be escorted to the health isolation room until they can be picked up by a parent/guardian.
Please refrain from visiting the facility and contact programming staff if you or your student are feeling symptomatic or test COVID-19 positive. If you have concerns please immediately contact: email@example.com.
Email Ragan Sawyer, the Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org about any questions and concerns you may have.