Summer Day Camp, organized by the Roosevelt Island Youth Center, announced plans and a sign up website for 2022 yesterday.
Details for the Summer Day Camp Program
We are thrilled to announce that pre-registration for the Youth Center’s Summer Day Camp Program is open!
The Roosevelt Island Summer Day Camp Program will operate from Monday, July 11th to Friday, August 26th. Please note the below requirements and operating hours.
- 7-18 years of age (child must turn 7 years of age before December 31st)
- Attend a minimum of 3-4 days per week.
- Please note that a summer pre-registration form is required to be completed first.
- Once your pre-registration is fully vetted for completeness, you will be contacted directly and invited to a mandatory virtual parent/guardian orientation.
- Attendance to the virtual orientation is required before your child can participate.
- Mandatory Parent/Guardian Orientation: Wednesday, June 1st at 6:30 PM or Friday, June 3rd at 6:30 PM
- Monday – Friday: 8 AM – 6 PM
- Drop-off: 8 AM – 10 AM Only (Drop-off throughout the day will not be permitted)
- Pick-up: 5 PM – 6 PM
Please click here to register your child for the Roosevelt Island Youth Center Summer Day Camp Program!
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