ALL DAY SPRING CAMPS
April 10-April 14
All DAY SPRING CAMPS DK-5th Grades
Oak Park will be offering Spring Camps at three locations: Mae Boyar Park, Oak Hills Before & After School Club, Red Oak Before & After School Club. The camp staff is professionally trained in CPR and First Aid certified, caring, and responsible. Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District has over 50 years of experience and is able to provide a diverse spectrum of activities. Spring Camps run from April 10 through April 14. Camps will feature weekly activity themes, special events, nature studies, sports and crafts. Contact the Oak Park Community Center for registration information (818) 865-9304. Camps open at 6:45 am for general supervision. Planned activities begin at 9:00 am and run until 5:00 pm. General supervision continues until close of camp at 6:00 pm. Campers need to bring a sack lunch each day, wear weather appropriate clothing and closed-toe shoes. The District will provide two snacks a day per participant. One field trip will be offered for an additional fee. All transportation will be provided by a licensed bus. These camps are included in the April Before & After School Club payment. Parents are required to give their intent to attend to After School Club Staff in order for their child to participate. On-line registration now available for students not currently enrolled in the Before and After School Clubs. See camp packet for full registration details and directions. Contact the Oak Park Community Center for registration information (818) 865-9304.
Fees and Charges:
DAILY FEE - $34/day
(prices subject to change without notice)
ADDITIONAL CHILD DISCOUNT
A $3 day discount off the Daily Fee is given to each additional child in a family
MEDEA CREEK TEEN CLUB SPRING CAMP
April 10-April 14 •
Medea Creek Teen Club Building, 1002 Doubletree Rd Join Medea Creek Teen Club Staff for a Spring Camp version of the Teen Club! Fun themed games, crafts, field trips, and activities will be arranged. The camp staff is professionally trained in CPR and First Aid certified, caring, and responsible. Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District has over 50 years of experience and is able to provide a diverse spectrum of activities. *Field trips are optional and are offered for an additional
fee. Camp will operate from 6:45 am-6:00 pm. Camp will be offered to incoming 6th grade students - outgoing 8th grade students. Contact the Oak Park Community Center for additional information. Spring Camp is included in the April Teen Club payment. Parents are required to give their intent to attend to club staff in order for their child to participate. Online registration now available for students not currently enrolled in the Medea Creek Teen Club. See Spring Camp packet for full registration details and directions.
Weekly Fee: $140
ADDITIONAL CHILD DISCOUNT
A $15 weekly discount is given to each additional child in a family.
SPRING SPECIALTY CAMPS
SPRING BREAK CHEER SQUAD PREP CAMP Ages 12-17
Get a head start and get prepared now! The better your technical skills, the better chance you will have at making a team. This Spring Break Camp is a great way to gear up for tryouts. This workshop will build confidence, increase your effectiveness at games, and work on gaining that competitive edge. We will work on cheers, dances, flexibility, endurance, and stunts as they experience fun with team activities, and exciting choreography. All while bonding with possibly some of the new squad. Instructor: Carolyn Ann Purkey; Credential and certified PE teacher/coach for over 35 years with LAUSD and OPUSD. Head Cheer Coach at Oak Park High School. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Rec Room
CSP204-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Apr 10-Apr 14 $100
SPRING BREAK TENNIS CAMP Ages 6-14
TOTAL TENNIS ACADEMY SPRING CAMP
All camps are conducted by our Oak Park Director: Coach Paul Garron. USPTA certified Pro 1 and our highly trained coaching staff. TTA has been running popular tennis camps in Ventura County for over 18 years. All players will refine and improve their technical and tactical skills with progressions and cooperative drill training. All campers need to bring: tennis shoes, racquet, sun block, hat and water to camp. Players will be divided into groups based on their skill levels. Location: Oak Park High School. A $5 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp.
9:00-9:40 am Warm up, development skills, improve
technical & tactical skills
9:40-10:30 am Cooperative practice skills training
10:30-10:45 am Snack break
10:45-11:00 am Point play while improving technical
& tactical skills
11:00 am-12:00 pm Large group games or match play
TYC201-1 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Apr 10-Apr 14 $165