Applications for our summer 2023 program are CLOSED. Applications for our summer 2023 camps and field trips are OPEN.

If you have any questions regarding summer camps, field trips, or our summer program, email [email protected].

We will continue to update members via BAND, Facebook, email and this website with Club information.

What you need to know about our Summer Program (Applications are currently closed):

– You will not be charged any fees until you are given a place at Club.

– We will not be accepting incoming TK students (those who have not yet attended school) for the summer.

– EVERYONE has to apply for the summer, even if you’ve been a member in the school year.

– Prior membership is not a guarantee of a place; preference will be given to low-income, foster and homeless youth.

– Our prices for the summer will be the same as last year:

FREE – children who qualify for free and reduced meals, children in foster care, children who are homeless (we will require verification)

$200 – Families with an income LESS than $50,000 a year

$300 – Families with an income of $50,000 to $75,000 a year

$400 – Families with an income $75,000 to $100,000 a year

$600 – All families with a household income over $100,000 a year or members who do not attend an LTUSD school

– Punch cards will be available at the following rates:

10 days = $150

20 days = $300

Low income, homeless and foster youth may request a punch card for free.

– We know that we are going to be heavily oversubscribed for the summer and will appreciate your patience and understanding as we work through the enrollment process.

2023 Summer Camps

Email [email protected] to secure a spot. Club members and nonmembers are welcome!

Camp Name Type Age Group Dates Time Cost Member/Nonmember Status
Amazing Mask Making Art 3rd-8th July 5-7th $125 / $175 CLOSED
FUNdamentals of STEM STEM 1st-2nd July 10-14th $100 / $150 CLOSED
Soccer Camp Sports K-1st July 10-13th 9:00am-12:30pm $225 / $275 CLOSED
Soccer Camp Sports 2nd-5th July 10-13th 1:30pm-5:00pm $225 / $275 CLOSED
Muddy Kids Clay Camp Art K-1st July 17-21st 9:30am-12:30pm $125 / $175 CLOSED
Muddy Kids Clay Camp Art 2nd-3rd July 17-21st 1:30pm-4:30pm $125 / $175 CLOSED
Programming & Robotics STEM 4th-5th July 17-21st 1:00pm-4:00pm $150 / $200 CLOSED
Bug Camp Science K-1st July 17-18st $10 / N.A. CLOSED
Muddy Kids Clay Camp Art 4th-8th July 24-28th $125 / $175 CLOSED
Battle Robot Bootcamp STEM 6th-8th July 24-28th $150 / $200 CLOSED
Bug Camp Science K-1st July 24-25th $10 / N.A. CLOSED
Programming & Robotics STEM 2nd-3rd July 31-Aug 4th $150 / $200 CLOSED
Maker Camp STEM 5th-8th July 31-Aug 4th 1:00pm-4:00pm $100 / $150 CLOSED
Creative Canvas Painting Art 3rd-8th August 2-4th $125 / $175 CLOSED
Bug Camp Science K-1st August 3-4th $10 / N.A. CLOSED
Outdoor Painting & Nature Journaling Art K-2nd August 7-10th $125 / $175 CLOSED
Circus Camp Performing Arts & Gymnastics 3rd & Up August 8-10th $150 / $200 CLOSED
Outdoor Painting & Nature Journaling Art 3rd-5th August 14-18th $125 / $175 CLOSED

2023 Field Trips

Field Trips are only available for current, accepted summer program Club members.

Field Trip Name Date Age Group Cost (Members Only) Status
Blue Granite Climbing Gym ALL: July 7, 14, 21, 28, Aug 4, 11 7-9 years old $25 CLOSED
Blue Granite Climbing Gym ALL: July 7, 14, 21, 28, Aug 4, 11 9-11 years old $25 CLOSED
Swimming at the Recreation Center July 7 2nd-5th $10 CLOSED
Escape Room Reno July 12 Teens $45 CLOSED
Swimming at the Recreation Center July 14 Teens $10 CLOSED
Coconut Bowl July 19 2nd & 3rd $45 CLOSED
Swimming at the Recreation Center July 21 2nd-5th $10 OPEN
Urban Air July 26 4th & 5th $45 CLOSED
Swimming at the Recreation Center July 28 2nd-5th $10 CLOSED
Kidzone Museum Aug 2 Kinder & 1st $25 CLOSED
Swimming at the Recreation Center Aug 4 Teens $10 CLOSED
GSR Arcade Aug 9 4th-Teens $35 CLOSED
Swimming at the Recreation Center Aug 11 2nd-5th $10 CLOSED

Frequently Asked Questions Summer 2023

Why a sliding scale of fees?

The Club has entered a partnership with LTUSD on a State grant and the grant requires that low-income families, children in foster care and homeless children are free.  It also requires a sliding scale of fees for other income brackets.  The Club works hard on fundraising to keep costs low for all members.

Do you have a multiple children discount? 

No.  The Club is keeping our rates the same as in 2022, and our fees are based on income.  Any family struggling to pay their fees are welcome to apply for assistance through our Team AWESOME scholarship.

Do you still offer scholarships?

Yes, we still have scholarships available to cover the cost of camps, special activities and membership fees if you do not qualify for the free or reduced rates.  To apply for a scholarship contact [email protected] and be aware that will be required to provide proof of both monthly income and expenditure.

If my kid does other camps can I get a discount since they won’t be here all summer?

The Club does not offer any discounts.  If your child is participating in lots of other camps, a punch card is your best option.  You should also be aware that many other local camps are not full days, therefore you will still be able to use your Club membership on the same day.  However, please do not take a Club membership if your use will be minimal.  We have many families who rely on the full-day, Monday through Friday, nature of our summer program to work and support their families. 

I was on the waitlist last summer, am I still on the waitlist?

We restart enrollment for EVERYONE at the start of summer AND the start of the school year.  So participation in one does not guarantee you a place in the other.  Everyone has to reapply for summer 2023.

I don’t have a regular income – how do I know what income bracket I am?

Please make your best estimate for your annual income, including high and low earning months.  As this is a State Grant, we may be audited and at that time you may be asked to provide proof of income via tax return statements.  If you have earned significantly more than you originally stated, you will be asked to pay the difference.

I am divorced, can I just use my income?

We require you to report the combined income of both parents, especially if both parents will be using Club services.  If the other parent is absent but provides child support, you should include that in your annual income.

If you have remarried and your new partner contributes to the family support, please place yourself in whichever is the highest income bracket – you plus new partner or you plus the other parent.

My child attends a school in a different district, why do I have to pay more?

The Club has a partnership with LTUSD that provides funding to make Club free or lower cost for most participants.  That funding can only be applied to LTUSD students.

Can I get a refund if we don’t use our membership?

We only give refunds if a member moves outside of the Club service area.  Proof of your move will be required (such as a mortgage or rental agreement in a different city).  Refunds are provided pro rata.

What if I am put on the waitlist?

Bear with us!  Staffing has been particularly challenging in the past year, and we are constantly seeking staff so we can absorb as many members as possible.  If we don’t start the summer fully staffed, we will keep hiring and for every additional hire that is another 20 members we can take.

But WE WILL CALL YOU when we have a place.  We reach out as soon as we have a place that is in your child’s grade and if you are next on the list.  Calling us each week will not get a different answer and we promise that we are doing our best to employ more staff!

Why can’t you accept all applications?

Safety is our number 1 priority, and we will never take more members than staffing and space allows for a safe and quality experience.  Our ratio is 20:1 for 1st through 12 grade and 10:1 for TK and Kinder.

How do you prioritize applicants?

Low-income families (those who qualify for free and reduced meals – app. less than $46,000 a year household income), children in foster care and children who are homeless receive priority and we always try to accommodate foster and homeless youth regardless of when they apply.

After that we prioritize essential workers, those who must be at their place of work in order to earn their living, and existing Club members.

However, we are always over subscribed for places and therefore being an essential worker or previous membership is not a guarantee.

What is Band?

BAND is our method of contacting parents with important information – from snow days, to closures, to sign up opportunities.  Information about BAND is included with the Club application packet and parents MUST sign up themselves using the code provided.  We will NOT call or email individual families.

Do you offer specialty summer camps?

Yes.  We have art, STEM, circus, and soccer camps!  Camps are open to EVERY child (you do not need a summer membership).  Camps have their own start and finish times and do include meals.  Enrollment for our camps will start on May 1st.

What time are the drop off windows for the general summer program?

8-10am and 12-1am are drop off windows.  If you’d like breakfast arrive before 9am and if you’d like lunch arrive before 12 noon.

What should I make sure my kid has every day?

Kids should bring a hat, sunscreen, water bottle, and other items to meet their basic needs throughout the day. Younger grades should have a change of clothing in case of accidents.

What CAN’T my kid bring?

We discourage kids from bringing any toys or items from home. On occasion, groups will do a share day and will be asked to bring something from home.

No electronics such as iPads, computers, Nintendo switch or Pokemon cards.

The Club will not be responsible for any lost, broken, damaged or stolen items.