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Public Park

   Summer Smash 2024

Traditional Summer Camp 
For PS10 students entering grades Kindergarten -6th.
Summer Smash activities are based on the theme of the week.  Example of activities include painting in the park, DIY Science, crafts projects, gardening  and photography. Sports activities include soccer, softball, volleyball and tennis. 

Example of a typical day :

7:45 am Early Bird arrival (additional charge)

8:30 am Arrival time

9:00 am  Project work based on the weekly theme

11:00 am Lunch and free time in the schoolyard. 

1:00 pm  Continue working on a project for the day. 

2:00 pm Snack time

3:00 pm Organize free play 

4:45 pm Pick-up time / Screen time in the auditorium

5:00 pm Extended hours (additional charge)

 Spirit Week                   July 1st - July 5th 

 Sports Week                July 8th - July 12th

 Superhero Week          July 15th - July 19th

 Earth Week                July 22nd - July 26th

 Music Week             July 29th - August 2nd

 Theater Week          August 5th - August 9th

 Wacky Tacky Week  August 12th - August 16th

Hours:   
        Early Birds 7:30 am
        Camp Hours 8:30 am-5:00 pm
        Extended Pickup 5:00-6:00 pm

Fees: 
        $25 Registration Fee (non-refundable)
        $396 Week 1
        $495 Weeks 2-6 Per Week
        $45 Early Bird Drop Off Per Week 

        $60 Extended Pick Up Per Week 

        2.9% Credit Card Fee
           5% Sibling Discount
           5% 7 Week Discount

Billing:
       
50% at time of registration
        50%
Week Before Session Begins
         Nature Walks                             Theater                                  Sports Activites               Arts & Crafts                          

Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQ)

1. Are you accepting incoming Kindergarten Students?

Yes we are!  Summer Smash 2024 is now accepting incoming PS10 Kindergarteners to rising 6th graders.  

  

2. What are the activities for Summer Smash?  What does a typical day look like?

Summer Smash activities are based on the theme of the week.  Example of activities include painting in a park, DIY Science, crafts projects, gardening  and photography. Sports activities include soccer, softball, volleyball and tennis.  

A typical Summer Smash day looks like this:

7:45 am Early Bird arrival (additional charge)

8:30 am Arrival time

9:00 am  Project work based on the weekly theme

11:00 am Lunch and free time in the schoolyard. 

1:00 pm   Continue working on a project for the day. 

2:00 pm Snack time

3:00 pm Organize free play 

4:45 pm Pick-up time / Screen time in the auditorium

5:00 pm Extended hours (additional charge)

  

3. Will Summer Smashers go on Field Trips?

Summer Smash Students will take nature walks to Prospect Park but no other field trips.

   

4. Where do we sign in and sign out for the day?

Arrival sign-in and dismissal sign-out will happen in the PS 10 lobby.

  

5. Is my child allowed to self-dismiss?

Rising 6th-grade students are permitted to self-dismiss at an agreed-upon time. Parents will be provided with a self-dismissal form to complete.

 

 6. How do I register?

We are glad you asked!  You can register on the links above.

  

 7. Do you offer scholarships?

Yes, scholarships are available.  You can find the application form online @ https://www.ps10extendedday.com/scholarships

 

8. Are PS 10 Group Leaders working during Summer Smash?

Yes, Summer Smash is staffed by the employees your children interact with in Extended Day during the school year.

 

9. Can I drop off early and/or pick up late?

Yes, Early Drop-off starts from 7:45 -8:30 a.m. and costs $45 per week. Late pick-up starts from 5:00 -6:00 p.m. and costs $60 per week.

10. Is Lunch and /or a snack provided by Extended Day?

The PS 10 DOE kitchen will be open and providing lunch to all students in Summer Smash. You may pack lunch for your child if you prefer. Please pack a snack for your child every day.

 

11. What will my child need to bring to Summer Smash?

Please have your child wear their Summer Smash T-shirt, which will be provided on the first day of their Summer Session. Additionally, please pack a change of clothing, sunglasses, a water bottle, sunscreen and a hat. We also ask that students wear closed-toe shoes.

 

As always, please feel free to contact the Extended Day team with any questions or concerns at info@ps10extendededday.com

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