SPS Day Camp Information
SPS Day Camp is available for district-enrolled students and children of SPS staff, and will cover the real-time distance learning schedule for students in grades K-6 who are registered in school. Additional sites will open based on registration numbers. Enrollment will be closely managed to provide high levels of social distancing and strict adherence to safety protocols. Students will receive structure and routines that help them engage in their real-time distance learning.
- Due to the high volume of registrations, a completed registration may not guarantee entry. If, after registration is received, the billing staff notices that your requested site and program are already full or not offered, we will notify you as soon as we are aware.
- To provide a safe and healthy environment, registered students will not be able to change camp locations without a two-week suspension of care.
- All locations will be subject to change due to COVID-19 protocols, current enrollment, and lowered capacities. In the event of a COVID exposure the site may be closed for a two-week period.
Program Hours & Locations
SPS Day Camp begins Monday, Sept. 14, 2020, and runs until school returns to in-person learning. SPS Day Camp will follow the SPS 2020-21 school year schedule for days school is closed.
Monday - Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Program locations will be introduced in three stages. Please see below for the dates of when sites will open.
Now @ Westview
Now @ Ridgeview
- Tuition is $25 per day, per child, with a 15% sibling discount. There will be no hourly rate.
The USDA extended the Summer Food Service Program through the remainder of the 2020-21 school year, for ALL children 18 and under. As such, breakfast and lunch will be provided during this time for our program. You will not need to schedule a pick up for a 5-day meal kit for students that are being served at school.
COVID Program Adaptions
- All locations will be subject to change due to COVID-19 protocols, current enrollment, and lowered capacities. In the event of a COVID exposure, the site may be closed for a two-week period.
- Children must be potty-trained, able to maintain social distancing in a group setting, be able to follow the directions independently and adhere to program rules and expectations to participate in the program.
- A statewide order requires individuals to wear face coverings in indoor public spaces (reusable cloth is recommended). Face coverings are required to participate in the program.