A typical day at camp features six 50-minute instructional periods, including electives (free choice), and scheduled activities. Younger campers are provided with a wide variety of programs, including tennis, arts and crafts and free swim.  Older campers have the opportunity to design a more customized program. Take a look at an example of a typical day.

Rise and Shine

8:00 am:  Wake up
8:20 am:  Lineup and Flag Raising
8:30 am:  Aruchat HaBoker (Breakfast)
9:15 am:  Bunk Cleanup
10:00 am:  First Period: Swimming
10:45 am:  Second Period: Athletics
11:30 am:  Third Period: Elective (your choice)
12:15 am:  Chofesh (Free time)
12:45 pm:  Aruchat Ha-Tzaharayim (Lunch)


Jump Right In

1:45 pm:  Rest Hour
2:45 pm:  Fourth Period: Project Adventure (grades 3-6)                                       Elective (grades 7-9)
3:30 pm:  Fifth Period: Judaica, Music, or Dance
3:50 pm:  Snack (popsicles or fruit)
4:15 pm:  Sixth Period: Special One-week Clubs (Glee Cub, All-Star Sports League, Photography, Wild and Crazy Science, Modern Dance, Hebrew 101, Healthy Living, Martial Arts, Model Making and more!)
5:00 pm:  Nikayon (Free Time)

 


Nights to Remember

5:45 pm:  Lineup and Flag lowering
6:00 pm:  Aruchat Ha-erev (Dinner)
7:00 pm:  7th Period: (Drama rehearsals, team practices, tennis courts and athletics fields are open, bunk time, etc.)
7:45 pm:  Evening Program
8:45 pm:  Snack
9:15-9:45 pm:  Lailah Tov (good night and lights out; time depends on age of the camper