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Register for JEEP Camp 

Please fill out 1 form for each camper. Click here for the first time 2020 registration form!


Already registered for 2020 but ready to sign up for additional weeks?

Fill out this form - JEEP Camp - Additional Sessions! Please note: This form is not to be used for cancellation or date transfer purposes. Cancellations and transfers must be submitted in writing to Addie Cutler at

Friendship... Community... Learning... Fun!

Our Jewish Experiential Educational Program (JEEP) summer camp programs include arts, crafts, Jewish themes and values, field trips, Hebrew, and allergy friendly cooking for all students.

  • Morning Sessions: 8:30 am - 11:30 am
  • Full-Day Sessions: 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
  • JEEP Club: 2:30 pm-5:30 pm

JEEP Camp is for children Preschool - entering 3rd Grade

Our littlest campers must be fully potty trained. 

2020 Sessions & Themes

Register your child for one week or for all TWELVE…

Each session shares unique discovery and summer fun opportunities for your child. All children are welcome. Membership to Har Shalom is not required to attend. All sessions include arts & crafts, cooking, sensory activities, games, Hebrew, and songs! Our goal is to provide fun Jewish education for the summer. Sessions 1, 4, 8, and 12 include the opportunity to make a tie-dye JEEP camp t-shirt!


Dates & Themes

Session 1: Beep Beep! (May 26-30) excursion includes bus exploration & training w/ TransFort (camp closed on Monday for Memorial Day)

Session 2: International Adventures (June 1-5)  w/ excursion to local international restaurants and/or market

Session 3: Amazing Outdoors (June 8-12) w/ excursion to Spring Creek Gardens Butterfly House (nature-focused) 

Session 4: Junior Detective (June 15-19)  they'll solve any crime by pick-up time! Excursion TBD

Session 5: Repairing Our World (June 22-26) featuring mitzvah projects and learning about local organizations. Excursion to Who Gives a Scrap (creative reuse center)

Session 6: Let's Go Camping! (June 29-July 3) w/ morning camp out at Beattie Park

Session 7: Junior Chef (July 6-10) w/ excursion to tour a local restaurant and meet a chef

Session 8: Adults in Training (July 13-17)  w/ excursions to the laundromat, bank, etc. 

Session 9: Stars on Stage (July 20-24)  featuring a variety show performance at the end of the week. Excursion TBD

Session 10: Ready, Set, Grow! (July 27-31) w/ excursion to Spring Creek Gardens' Garden of Eatin' (farming focused)

Session 11: Wild West (August 3-7) excursion TBD 

Session 12: Summer Circus (August 10-14)  excursion TBD

Who are we?

Addie Cutler, Camp Director

This is Addie's third summer with JEEP Camp so you may recognize her as a counselor from last summer or as the Assistant Director for Har Shalom Religious School! This summer she will be the on-site director and can't wait to continue connecting with the JEEP community.

Addie's camper background includes many day & overnight camps attended as a child. As an adult she has spent two summers working at JEEP she two summers with URJ Camp Kalsman in Washington State. With a degree in Nutrition & Food Science from CSU and lots of experience with childhood nutrition, Addie is most excited to revamp snack time and get the campers cooking some traditional Jewish recipes! 


Registration Information

Cost per Session:

3 mornings $100             3 full days $200
4 mornings $125 4 full days $225
5 mornings $150 5 full days $250
    Extended Day $25 per day

Registration Fee: $250 per child

  • Is due at time of registration and holds your child's place at camp
  • Will be applied to your first weekly session charge
  • Payment for weekly charges not covered by the registration fee will be due on or before the start of the session.

Included in Registration:

  • At least 1 field trip each week (rotating days)
  • Healthy & allergy-friendly snacks (morning & afternoon)
  • Engaging, creative Jewish programming
  • Tie-dye JEEP Shirt (sessions 1, 4, 8, & 12)
  • Kid-made challah brought home every Friday
  • Full-time security

Cancellation Policy:

  • For cancellations made in writing:
    • 30 days or more prior to the first day of a session: 100% refund
    • 29-15 days prior to the first day of a session: 50% refund
    • Less than 15 days prior to the first day of a session: No Refund
  • There is no refund for no-shows or cancellations not made in writing.

JEEP Camp's full cancellation policies and procedures listed here. 


What should my camper bring to JEEP?

Please label all items that you want to come home again!


  • Sun hat
  • Jacket (for chilly mornings)
  • Water bottle
  • Lunch, if staying past morning

Weekly: (can be left at camp)

  • Towel
  • Change of clothes
  • Emergency medication (EpiPen, etc.)
  • Bedding (full day campers only, for rest time)

Please do not bring:

  • Toys (Beyblade, Pokemon cards, leggos, stuffed animals, etc.)
  • Electronics
  • Peanuts or peanut products

What are your allergy/food protocols?

Allergies: Similar to HSPK, JEEP is always peanut-free. All lunches brought from home must adhere to this policy and sharing food is not allowed. Other allergies are similarly accommodated on a week-to-week basis based on the information provided in campers' registration paperwork. Food intolerances/sensitivities are also accommodated with alternate options. Our director, Addie Cutler, has a degree in Nutrition and Food Science and is very familiar with reading allergen warnings on packaging, preventing cross-contamination, etc. Our director and counselor(s) are CPR/First Aid certified, including administration of epinephrine medications. Campers with anaphylactic allergies are required to have these medications at camp daily. 

Health: At JEEP we strive to provide campers with fun, healthy foods. Snacks include a wide range of fruits and vegetables and will always be vegetarian. Sweets are given occasionally, not daily. On Fridays for Shabbat Oneg (a Shabbat treat!) afternoon campers receive a frozen treat. If you prefer, you may provide an alternative. When we do baking activities (from scratch of course!), we send sweets home with campers instead of serving them at camp so that your family can make decisions about when they are consumed.

What does it mean that my camper must be fully potty trained?

Our littlest campers must be out of diapers during the day. We do ask that all campers have a change of clothes at camp in case of accidents regardless of potty training status. 

What age is JEEP really designed for?

As a compliment to HSPK, we primarily create programming for ages 3-6. However, the camp setting gives us the unique ability to adjust activities for older campers! We have many older siblings and HSPK alumnae who attend (and love) JEEP. 

How messy is JEEP Camp?

While we take precautionary measures such as washable paint, smocks, and thorough hand washing, we cannot always prevent the mess that comes with playing, cooking, and creating outdoors! Please do not send your camper in special outfits or clothes that you are concerned about keeping 100% clean. We will do our best to provide advance warning when we plan to have especially messy days! 

What is JEEP Club?

Who can say no to more Jewish fun? From 2:30-5:30 pm, our JEEP Club offers our campers an additional 3 hours of Hebrew, Jewish values, and more. This option is great for campers who can't get enough JEEP! Afternoon snack provided. 

Have another question? Email and we'll get back to you! 

Tue, April 7 2020 13 Nisan 5780