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Camp JCC 2017

A fun, little review of Camp JCC 2017

Posted by JCC Indy Camp & Youth on Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Camp JCC

Camp Starts in …

Online registration is open. See below.

Camp JCC provides the summer experiences kids love. In 2018, 99% of our parents rated our program as safe, fun and providing age-appropriate activities:

  • For younger children – adventures and friendship-building through games, nature and science studies
  • Grade 2-5 – exploration and development of special interests
  • Grades 6-9 – more autonomy and responsibility for older campers

At CampJCC, we instill in campers core values that align with our organization’s mission:

  • Bal Taschit | Do Not Destroy
  • Hachnasat Orchim | Welcoming Guests
  • Tzedakah | Justice and Righteousness
  • Hoda’ah | Appreciation
  • G’milut Chasadim | Acts of Loving Kindness


Learn more about Summer Camps

Here are some things you can expect for Day and Specialty Camps:
  • Special events, theme days
  • Group sports & games
  • Music & art
  • Nature exploration
  • Extended care options, 7 am-6 pm
  • Jewish values; weekly Shabbat celebration filled with song and dance
  • Lip Sync show at Pike Performing Arts Center
  • Wednesday Wacky Snacky (sweett treat) and Hot Dog cookout lunch on Fridays; all food provided is kosher
  • Every camper gets a t-shirt and may purchase additional ones
  • Fully trained, professional, committed staff

Camp Registration Policies

Scholarships

Adjustment of fees may be possible. Scholarship applications are available online and at the membership desks. Please do not contact the camp directors regarding scholarship policies.

Scholarship Form

The business office will answer any questions regarding the application and policy. Call membership at 317-715-9228 or membership@JCCindy.org.

Deposits & Refund Policy

Applications must be accompanied by a deposit per child. Deposit is $25/week per child for all camps – Day Camp, Specialty and Sports Camps and $5/week per child for Pre-Camp (May 27-31), Post Camp (July 29-Aug 9) and Extended Care. If the total camp fee does not exceed $200, it must be paid in full at time of registration.

Applications with expired memberships or accounts that have outstanding balances for membership dues or program tuition WILL NOT be processed. Camp applications will not be processed until membership is established. Space availability cannot be guaranteed if membership is established AFTER receipt of the registration form.

There will be a $25 charge for any changes made to the camp application after June 3. For those who received a discount by registering during early bird, any changes after May 1 will result in the forfeiture of any discount given for the week being changed and new weeks will be charged at the current pricing. All changes must be requested in writing and sent to the camp registrar, c/o JCC Accounting Office or by email: renas@JCCindy.org.

THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS after June 1, 2019.

*For Sports Camps, the non-refundable portion of the fee is 50% of the total camp fee or $100, whichever is less.

Fee Payment

JCC Summer Camp may be paid in full at time of registration or, for your convenience, through payments to your credit or debit card or checking account. Forms are available at the membership desk and online (in the sidebar labelled “Downloads”). When paying in increments, payments will automatically be charged to your debit or credit card or checking account.  Proof of payment will appear on your credit card or bank statement seven (7) days prior to the start of each camp instance. A sufficient balance and/or credit line must be maintained in your account to fulfill your obligations. Insufficient funds and/or denial of payment to the JCC will result in a $25 service charge for each case. Two (2) or more consecutive unsuccessful debits will result in suspension of camp services.

Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting

In the event that staff members suspect child abuse or neglect of any enrolled children, staff members are required to report this to the director. The director or staff member will, in turn, report the findings to Child Protective Services.
If an intoxicated or impaired person insists on removing children from the center, the center shall immediately report the incident to the local police agency.

We Take Action to Protect Children as a Darkness to Light “Partner in Prevention”

Staff Members Trained in Award-Winning Stewards of Children® Program for Child Sexual Abuse Prevention

We have achieved “Partner in Prevention” status again this year, a designation awarded by the nonprofit Darkness to Light to organizations which take extra steps to protect the children they serve by training staff to understand the issue of child sexual abuse, identify unsafe situations and practices, and react responsibly in the best interest of the children they serve.

One in 10 children will be sexually abused before the age of 18. We earned the “Partner in Prevention” designation by providing Stewards of Children training to over 90% of its management, staff, and volunteers. This evidence-informed program is scientifically proven to help participants prevent and respond to child sexual abuse. “Partner in Prevention” was created as a national standard to help parents and caregivers recognize organizations that take child protection seriously by implementing policy and training staff to prevent child sexual abuse.

Darkness to Light is an international organization that leads the movement to end child sexual abuse by educating and empowering adults in education, youth serving organizations, and communities to protect children. Darkness to Light has affiliates in all 50 states and 16 international locations.

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