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Clearwater Offering Summer Camps With Limited Enrollment

Post Date:05/20/2020 7:30 AM

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It has been a challenging time these past few months, especially for parents and children having to juggle work and school life in new, creative ways.  To help give parents a break and to keep children active, the city of Clearwater will be offering limited-capacity summer camps June 8 through Aug. 7.  

New safety precautions will be in place to keep children and staff safe. They include assigning a staff member for a group of nine campers that will stay with the same group all day, daily wellness checks of staff and campers, and eliminating field trips or large gatherings. 

With spaces being limited to maintain CDC physical distancing guidelines, the city will be holding a lottery for camp spaces beginning May 27. Clearwater residents, local business owners and city employees will get priority in the lottery. Lottery forms can be found at myclearwaterparks.com/camps and will be collected May 19-25. The lottery will be held May 27 and parents will be notified starting May 28. 

Countryside Recreation Center, the Long Center, Morningside Recreation Complex: 

  • Ages 5 (completed kindergarten) to 12
  • June 8-Aug. 7
  • 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
  • Participants must sign up for the entire 9-week camp. There are no weekly options.
  • $700 for those paying upfront for the whole summer or $80 per week with $160 due at registration.
  • A limited number of scholarships are available for those who qualify.

Ross Norton Recreation Center: 

  • Ages 5 (completed kindergarten) to 12
  • June 8-Aug. 7
  • 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
  • No Cost – Children must be enrolled in the Juvenile Welfare Board sponsored out-of-school time program.
  • Participants must sign up for the entire 9-week camp. There are no weekly options.
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