At these Camp weekends your children will have a meaningful Shabbat experience with their friends and engage in a fun Jewish learning environment. They will get a chance to show their ruach (spirit) in song sessions and in a creative program designed by Eemah, Gilad, our Staff, and the Madrichim. Camp is a very memorable part of religious school and we are confident your child will have a great time.
Camp is part of your religious school tuition (4th – 7th). The expectation is that your child attends just as they attend class on a regular basis.
The weekend will consist of Shabbat services and rotations where the kids will be able to choose from various activities including art, sports, hiking and the ropes course. We will also participate in a fun activity where all the kids get to dress up and perform skits to help us remember Hebrew words.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What kind of supervision will there be?
A: Each cabin will have at least one senior staff member as well as at least 2 Madrichim
Q: What if my child gets sick?
A: We have a staff nurse on duty 24 hours a day. Please make sure that you alert the nurse of your child’s needs by filling it out on the registration form. The nurse will be available before we leave if you have any questions or concerns.
Q: How do you decide who sleeps in which cabin?
A: Cabin assignments are done by grade. If there is something that we should know about particular preferences, please mention them on the form.
Q: Who is the emergency contact for the weekend?
A: If there is a family emergency please contact Gilad Hoffman, Director of Youth Programs at 619-813-3384. Sometimes cell service is limited at camp but the voicemail will be checked on a regular basis.