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2019 JEEP Summer Camp at Har Shalom

Registration is now open!

Summer Camp for Ages Preschool - 3rd Grade  :  All Welcome!

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

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

  • Morning Sessions: 8:30 am - 11:30 am
  • Full-Day Sessions: 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
  • Aftercare available: 2:30 pm - 5:30 pm ($25 per day)
 

Registration Fee: $250 per child

  • Holds your child's place at camp
  • This fee will be applied to the weekly session charges that you register for:

  • Payment for weekly charges that are not covered by the registration fee will be due on or before the start of each session.
 

Cancellation Policy:

  • $200 refund if the CHS Office is notified via email 30 Days before the start of the session
  • $125 refund if the CHS Office is notified via email 15 Days before the start of the session
  • No refunds will be given with less than 15 Days notice
  • Refunds will be processed after the last day of Summer Camp in case your plans change for any reason, such as in the event of an emergency or if other childcare options fall through, or can be applied to other charges on your CHS Account if applicable.

Required Forms:

These forms must be printed, filled out, and returned to CHS by MAY 15th

Weekly Camp Themes

Register your child for one week or for all TEN…

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. 

 

June 3 - 7  :  10 Days, 10 Jewish Holidays! - Week 1

June 10 - 14  :  10 Days, 10 Jewish Holidays! - Week 2

Children will zoom through the Jewish holidays in this camp, where we we learn about and celebrate a different Jewish holiday each day, including Rosh Hashanah, Sukkot, Chanukah, Tu B'Shevat, Purim,and more! We'll focus on the joys of being Jewish and learn the foods, blessings, and customs kids need to know all year.

 

June 17 - 21  :  Israel Adventure - Desert Week

June 24 - 28  :  Israel Adventure - Water Week

Every day is a new stop in Israel in this session. Children will receive their own passport, El Al and Israeli bus (Egged) tickets as they travel from city to city and visit shuks, the Wailing Wall, the Dead Sea, and more!


NO CAMP July 1-5  :  Happy 4th!


July 8 - 12  :  Mordecci the Science Guy

July 15 - 19  :  Jews in Space

These camp days will be all about science and technology!  From archeology to zoology and everything in between, we will venture out into space, build our own robots, and have a lot of fun with science and technology!

 

July 22 - 26  :  Jewish Culture Around the World - Week 1

July 29 - August 2  :  Jewish Culture Around the World - Week 2

Do Aborigonal Jews play didgeridoo? Is Chanukah in the summer in South Africa? Children will discover these answers and more as they explore Jewish cultures worldwide. Learning how Jews live around the world helps shape and mold our children's Jewish identity at home. During this session, children will explore rituals, sights, sounds, and tastes of Jewish cultures as close as New York City and as far away as aboriginal Australia and Ethiopia.

 

August 5 - 9  :  Maccabiah Games - Week 1

August 12 - 16  :  Maccabia Games - Week 2

The Maccabiah games for international Jewish and Israeli athletes were first held in 1932. In recent years, athletes have competed on behalf of 85 countries in 45 sports, and they even include sports and games like chess and netball. In this session students will learn Israeli games and sports like Rummikub, Three Sticks, and Maktot (beach tennis). Fair play and friendly competition will be emphasized.

Mon, May 20 2019 15 Iyyar 5779