Bais Rivkah Day Camp has opened registration for its online summer camp, in the event that a regular program proves unfeasible. Early bird discount ends Wednesday.
By Anash.org reporter
Bais Rivkah Day Camp has opened registration for its virtual summer camp, for students who have completed grades 1-8.
While the hope is to be able to open a brick and mortar camp, in the event this proves impossible due to Covid-19, Bais Rivkah is planning an online program.
The morning will consist of two hours a day of camp with plenty of excitement and positive personal interaction. This will include: Davening, Shiur, an incentive program, and interactive games. In addition, once a week entertainment or large camp activity with carefully chosen staff.
In the afternoon, the girls will take part in at least one daily activity with supplies delivered to campers’ home. A weekly box of activities such as art and mad science will be sent. (The schedule will be staggered.)
Eighth-graders will participate in virtual day camp activities plus a counselor-in-training program.
In addition, a delicious lunch will be delivered weekly.
The price for virtual camp from June 30 through August 20, for the full 8 weeks is only $500. For all Bais Rivkah parents that register by this Wednesday, May 27, 12:00 pm, the price will only be $350 for the entire summer!
To register before Wednesday, May 27, click here.
Kiddie Camp notifications are sent separately.
Feel free to email [email protected] for virtual camp registration questions.