Summer camp sessions usually begin toward the end of June and run throughout the summer. Camp programs usually do not accept children under the age of 4. Most programs begin their enrollment process in January and tend to fill quickly. You may wish to perform your own search on the internet for summer camp programs in your area or to look through publications for camp advertisements, such as The Boston Parents Paper. Included below are some websites you may find useful in your search for a summer camp program:
Family Resources, in conjunction with the Department of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (PERD), runs the Summer School Vacation Camp. This recreational camp program for children entering Kindergarten through 4th grade was established in order to help parents provide a quality vacation time for their children during the public school summer break. For more information, please visit FitRec’s summer camp page for more information, including dates and rates for this camp program.
Family Resources can assist you in your summer camp program search. Please complete the Referral Statement Form and fax it to (617)353-2333 or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Someone from our office will then contact you to find our more information about your specific summer camp needs.