AUGUST CAMP REGISTRATION

Hello

This is Josh Tolbert- Owner of Junction Place Sportsplex & Junction Place Sports. This past week was difficult for everyone. While we have always respected the reality associated with the risk of COVID-19 transmission, we obviously were in a position to learn and adjust how we set out to operate camp during this resurgence of the region's 4th wave of COVID.

We have received information from operators of different camps, coaches of youth teams, and large group settings of positive tests and exposures that continue to illustrate what is happening in our region and specifically, childcare and camp settings. There is abundant evidence that COVID-19 is in our community and being spread to and among children.

However, the last few days have given us some time to assess and adjust. We have done everything possible to ensure we can operate camp August 2-6, August 9-13, and August 16-20 in the safest fashion possible. Understanding that during this time of extremely high communal transmission in our region it is impossible to ensure that COVID-19 will be completely kept out of our camp and building. With that being said, we also understand our role and responsibility to provide the needed care for families and the opportunity for movement, activity, and fun for children even in these difficult times. We will continue to move forward, but, how we do so will look different than it did even just a few days ago. We will now outline what will change, what camp days will look like, and what your options are if you make the decision that camp or how this camp will operate, is not in the best interest of yourself or your children at this time. 

What We Have Done:

  • Staff TestingAll Junction Place Staff Members who will work camp next week have had two negative COVID-19 tests, show no symptoms, and will need to have a third negative test on Sunday, August 1 to be eligible to work camp. We will continue to monitor symptoms and test as needed going forward 
  • Key Staff Members currently negative and expected to onsite include myself (Josh Tolbert), Coach Toni Rizzo (Camp Director), Coach Brad Crescioni (Private Lesson Lead, Director of Baseball Basics, and Former Programming Director for Junction Place Sports)I plan to be on-site before the first child arrives and after the last child leaves to ensure all protocols below are enacted as stated.
  • Sanitizing We have spent the last few days deep cleaning and sanitizing all aspects of our building and equipment.
  • We used this CDC Cleaning and Disinfecting Your Facility guide as our model

Evaluating Our Best Modes of Operation For Camp Activities

  • We have looked at EVERYTHING we can do to better protect all from the spread of COVID-19. Changes and Updates will be outlined in the next section.
  • Modified the Scope of Services We Will Offer in August: 
  • Before Care- Set to Begin @ 7:30 WILL NOW BEGIN @ 8:15 (campers will immediately go to their designated spaces and will only interact with people in their specific (6) Camper POD 
  • After Care- Set to End @ 5:30 WILL NOW END @ 4:30 PM (our staff will need to use that extra hour to safely turn over the building and prepare for next day)
  • Lunch- We will no longer offer Lunch to be purchased on site. If you have already purchased the Lunch Plan as part of your registration, we will refund that regardless of your "opting in or out" of camp. 

How Will Camp Operate in August:

Masks and Face

  • CoveringsCAMPERS: We have updated our masks policy for camps in August to now include CAMPERS as REQUIRED to be masked. Staff: We will continue to require Camp Staff to be masked at all times- regardless of vaccination status.Reality of Decision: We understand and respect that there are different opinions and stances on masking. It is our hope to be able to offer camps in the near future without this requirement. We have simply decided to require it for the next three weeks. If that is in conflict with your personal or familial operating mode, you can skip down to "Options For Parents/Guardians". We simply have to pick a direction on this topic and move forward and we have done so and are will remain steadfast with that decision for the next three weeks. 
  • Number of Total Campers/ Number of Campers In PodsTotal Number of Campers: (36-38). We will have a total of 36-38 campers on-site at a given time. The variation represents some room for "Morning Half Day" registrations for which we have already collected and will continue to honor. The reason we will go to (38) is to allow for Pods with Morning Half Day campers to continue to have enough folks in their Pods in the afternoons to still have a fruitful All Sports Camp experience. 

Pods: 

  • We will continue to use a Pod model for camp groups. However, we will reduce the number of people in each Pod to (12), but also, will further sub-divide those Pods to (6) for activities and times during which keeping social distancing is not possible (i.e. lunch, games activities that will result in close contact.)
  • As we know the vast majority of campers who will be attending, we are being very specific in creating Pods that will keep the rate of transmission as low as possible while also allowing for these kids to be kids and have a great experience at camp. 
  • This will mean we will try our best to keep all persons under the same household in the same pod by trying to match campers of a single household with other households that have multi-campers. 
  • We will also try to the best extent possible, to keep folks scheduled to attend all week in the same group with the least amount of " Individual Day" registrations. 
  • It will not work out that every day your child will be with the exact same children for (5) consecutive days but we do not expect having to introduce more than (1) or (2) new folks into a Pod.
  • Explanation- Some functions of camp will require that multiple Pods of (6) share space/human resources. Examples include restrooms- we have three different restrooms that are walled off from one another, have their own sinks and commodes- (2) pods of (6) will share each one throughout the day/week (at different times); Lunch areas- we will have three different lunch areas to eat, (2) pods of (6) will share each one throughout the day/week (at different times). Staff- some (2) pods of (6) will be able to share the same staff person who will be able to lead instructions/activities while remaining socially distant from individuals - this will not be the case for every Pod- but, as we will have some Pods with campers who we know to be familiar with what we expect and have the maturity to understand the situation, it is our belief that cutting down the number of people in the building while also relying heavily on the vast experience and expertise in the field of youth sports programming will prove to be addition through subtraction.

Social Distancing

  • Yes and No: in an effort to provide the safest environment possible while balancing the reality of an All Sports Camp and activities that will NOT allow for Social Distancing- we are being as realistic as we can be about what you can expect in terms of social distancing.Individual Pods of (6) will have times where Social Distancing will not be a reality. Examples include:
  • Lunch/Chil Zone -We will spread individuals in their Pods of (6) out to the best extent possible but do not have resources, ability or plans to divide individuals with plexiglass or similar materials.
  • Certain Activities- While we will try to keep distances when possible, we will also participate in certain activities where distances will not be a reality nor will we be able to sanitize each piece of equipment. However, we will not allow anyone not in a specific Pod of (6) to break strict spatial restrictions (divided by netting or walls). We also will disinfect shared spaces prior to the shared Pod of (6) entering.

Camper Testing and Symptoms

  • Recent Exposure to COVID- Negative Test Required:  If your child, or someone in your household, has been in close contact with someone known to have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days, we ask that your prior to your child's participation in camp:Your child wait at least 5 days after exposure to receive a Negative Test
  • Your child not participate in any camp activities until at least 7-Days after initial exposure (but also after a Negative test on either Day 5, 6 or 7 after exposure)
  • EX- Your child attending All Sports Camp @ Jplex on Monday, July 26, shows no symptoms of COVID-19- Your child take and test Negative on either Saturday, July 31 or Sunday, August 1
  • A Camper/Staff Test Positive for COVID-19 While @ Our Camp? If a person associated with our camp test positive for COVID-19, we will ask that the person (or guardian) immediately contact us. We will then send home/ cancel that specific POD for the remainder of the week. If one person in at least (2) Pods test positive for COVID-19, we will shut down camp completely.  

Hello

This is Josh Tolbert- Owner of Junction Place Sportsplex & Junction Place Sports. This past week was difficult for everyone. While we have always respected the reality associated with the risk of COVID-19 transmission, we obviously were in a position to learn and adjust how we set out to operate camp during this resurgence of the region's 4th wave of COVID.

We have received information from operators of different camps, coaches of youth teams, and large group settings of positive tests and exposures that continue to illustrate what is happening in our region and specifically, childcare and camp settings. There is abundant evidence that COVID-19 is in our community and being spread to and among children.

However, the last few days have given us some time to assess and adjust. We have done everything possible to ensure we can operate camp August 2-6, August 9-13, and August 16-20 in the safest fashion possible. Understanding that during this time of extremely high communal transmission in our region it is impossible to ensure that COVID-19 will be completely kept out of our camp and building. With that being said, we also understand our role and responsibility to provide the needed care for families and the opportunity for movement, activity, and fun for children even in these difficult times. We will continue to move forward, but, how we do so will look different than it did even just a few days ago. We will now outline what will change, what camp days will look like, and what your options are if you make the decision that camp or how this camp will operate, is not in the best interest of yourself or your children at this time. 

What We Have Done:

  • Staff TestingAll Junction Place Staff Members who will work camp next week have had two negative COVID-19 tests, show no symptoms, and will need to have a third negative test on Sunday, August 1 to be eligible to work camp. We will continue to monitor symptoms and test as needed going forward 
  • Key Staff Members currently negative and expected to onsite include myself (Josh Tolbert), Coach Toni Rizzo (Camp Director), Coach Brad Crescioni (Private Lesson Lead, Director of Baseball Basics, and Former Programming Director for Junction Place Sports)I plan to be on-site before the first child arrives and after the last child leaves to ensure all protocols below are enacted as stated.
  • Sanitizing We have spent the last few days deep cleaning and sanitizing all aspects of our building and equipment.
  • We used this CDC Cleaning and Disinfecting Your Facility guide as our model

Evaluating Our Best Modes of Operation For Camp Activities

  • We have looked at EVERYTHING we can do to better protect all from the spread of COVID-19. Changes and Updates will be outlined in the next section.
  • Modified the Scope of Services We Will Offer in August: 
  • Before Care- Set to Begin @ 7:30 WILL NOW BEGIN @ 8:15 (campers will immediately go to their designated spaces and will only interact with people in their specific (6) Camper POD 
  • After Care- Set to End @ 5:30 WILL NOW END @ 4:30 PM (our staff will need to use that extra hour to safely turn over the building and prepare for next day)
  • Lunch- We will no longer offer Lunch to be purchased on site. If you have already purchased the Lunch Plan as part of your registration, we will refund that regardless of your "opting in or out" of camp. 

How Will Camp Operate in August:

Masks and Face

  • CoveringsCAMPERS: We have updated our masks policy for camps in August to now include CAMPERS as REQUIRED to be masked. Staff: We will continue to require Camp Staff to be masked at all times- regardless of vaccination status.Reality of Decision: We understand and respect that there are different opinions and stances on masking. It is our hope to be able to offer camps in the near future without this requirement. We have simply decided to require it for the next three weeks. If that is in conflict with your personal or familial operating mode, you can skip down to "Options For Parents/Guardians". We simply have to pick a direction on this topic and move forward and we have done so and are will remain steadfast with that decision for the next three weeks. 
  • Number of Total Campers/ Number of Campers In PodsTotal Number of Campers: (36-38). We will have a total of 36-38 campers on-site at a given time. The variation represents some room for "Morning Half Day" registrations for which we have already collected and will continue to honor. The reason we will go to (38) is to allow for Pods with Morning Half Day campers to continue to have enough folks in their Pods in the afternoons to still have a fruitful All Sports Camp experience. 

Pods: 

  • We will continue to use a Pod model for camp groups. However, we will reduce the number of people in each Pod to (12), but also, will further sub-divide those Pods to (6) for activities and times during which keeping social distancing is not possible (i.e. lunch, games activities that will result in close contact.)
  • As we know the vast majority of campers who will be attending, we are being very specific in creating Pods that will keep the rate of transmission as low as possible while also allowing for these kids to be kids and have a great experience at camp. 
  • This will mean we will try our best to keep all persons under the same household in the same pod by trying to match campers of a single household with other households that have multi-campers. 
  • We will also try to the best extent possible, to keep folks scheduled to attend all week in the same group with the least amount of " Individual Day" registrations. 
  • It will not work out that every day your child will be with the exact same children for (5) consecutive days but we do not expect having to introduce more than (1) or (2) new folks into a Pod.
  • Explanation- Some functions of camp will require that multiple Pods of (6) share space/human resources. Examples include restrooms- we have three different restrooms that are walled off from one another, have their own sinks and commodes- (2) pods of (6) will share each one throughout the day/week (at different times); Lunch areas- we will have three different lunch areas to eat, (2) pods of (6) will share each one throughout the day/week (at different times). Staff- some (2) pods of (6) will be able to share the same staff person who will be able to lead instructions/activities while remaining socially distant from individuals - this will not be the case for every Pod- but, as we will have some Pods with campers who we know to be familiar with what we expect and have the maturity to understand the situation, it is our belief that cutting down the number of people in the building while also relying heavily on the vast experience and expertise in the field of youth sports programming will prove to be addition through subtraction.

Social Distancing

  • Yes and No: in an effort to provide the safest environment possible while balancing the reality of an All Sports Camp and activities that will NOT allow for Social Distancing- we are being as realistic as we can be about what you can expect in terms of social distancing.Individual Pods of (6) will have times where Social Distancing will not be a reality. Examples include:
  • Lunch/Chil Zone -We will spread individuals in their Pods of (6) out to the best extent possible but do not have resources, ability or plans to divide individuals with plexiglass or similar materials.
  • Certain Activities- While we will try to keep distances when possible, we will also participate in certain activities where distances will not be a reality nor will we be able to sanitize each piece of equipment. However, we will not allow anyone not in a specific Pod of (6) to break strict spatial restrictions (divided by netting or walls). We also will disinfect shared spaces prior to the shared Pod of (6) entering.

Camper Testing and Symptoms

  • Recent Exposure to COVID- Negative Test Required:  If your child, or someone in your household, has been in close contact with someone known to have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days, we ask that your prior to your child's participation in camp:Your child wait at least 5 days after exposure to receive a Negative Test
  • Your child not participate in any camp activities until at least 7-Days after initial exposure (but also after a Negative test on either Day 5, 6 or 7 after exposure)
  • EX- Your child attending All Sports Camp @ Jplex on Monday, July 26, shows no symptoms of COVID-19- Your child take and test Negative on either Saturday, July 31 or Sunday, August 1
  • A Camper/Staff Test Positive for COVID-19 While @ Our Camp? If a person associated with our camp test positive for COVID-19, we will ask that the person (or guardian) immediately contact us. We will then send home/ cancel that specific POD for the remainder of the week. If one person in at least (2) Pods test positive for COVID-19, we will shut down camp completely.  

All Sports Camp @ Junction Place Sportsplex ensures a worn-out, happy camper, who comes home more self-confident each day. Focusing on the fundamentals involved in movement, rules and game strategy of multiple sports, sportsmanship as well as the responsibilities required with being on a team, is at the heart of all of our teachable moments. Our goal is to create an environment that is safe, fun, engaging and educational. 

All Sports Camp @ Junction Place Sportsplex ensures a worn-out, happy camper, who comes home more self-confident each day. Focusing on the fundamentals involved in movement, rules and game strategy of multiple sports, sportsmanship as well as the responsibilities required with being on a team, is at the heart of all of our teachable moments. Our goal is to create an environment that is safe, fun, engaging and educational. 

Upcoming All Sports Camps @ Junction Place Sportsplex

August All Sports Camps

Upcoming All Sports Camps @ Junction Place Sportsplex

August All Sports Camps

Registration Breakdown

  • Holiday Camps
  • Full Day- $225/week OR $50/day OR $30/Half-Day
  • Individual Day Registration: $50/day
  • Morning Half Day Registration:$30/day (9:00 AM-12:00 PM)
  • Afternoon Half-Day Registration: $30/day(12:00 PM-3:00 PM)  
FAQ's HERE!

Registration Breakdown

  • Holiday Camps
  • Full Day- $225/week OR $50/day OR $30/Half-Day
  • Individual Day Registration: $50/day
  • Morning Half Day Registration:$30/day (9:00 AM-12:00 PM)
  • Afternoon Half-Day Registration: $30/day(12:00 PM-3:00 PM)  

Camp Groups Breakdown

Summer 2021 All Sports Camp @ Junction Place Sportsplex have three camp divisions: 

Little Sluggers (5-6 yrs) 

Emerging Stars (7-9 yrs) 

Hall of Famers (10-12 yrs) 

The intention of this breakdown format is to ensure an environment that is safe for all campers and delivers the most appropriate level of instruction and gameplay. We understand that age is not always the best metric to use when identifying the best environment for each child so we do allow ourselves (with parental input and consent) to place a camper in the best group even if they don't fit the listed age range. 

Little Sluggers

The "Little Sluggers" (5-6 yrs) will see an emphasis on personal skill development and refining of gross and motor skills..Campers in this age group will see a balance in process based learning and exploratory learning via movement. Our aim is to allow campers to explore and learn through their own experiences while at the same time preparing them for the group dynamics of team sports. Campers will participate in baseball, basketball, flag football, soccer specific instruction and training on a daily basis. Gameplay, both traditional games and "goofy games", will also be a part of the daily schedule to make sure that we are cultivating young athletes who enjoy going to camp and learning new techniques and gameplay!

Example Schedule Here!

Emerging Stars

The "Emerging Stars" division (7-9 yrs) will see an emphasis on personal skill development. Each day will see campers participate in speed and agility component that translated to enhanced functional movement and body control. Campers will participate in baseball, basketball, flag football, soccer specific instruction and training on a daily basis. Gameplay, both traditional games and "goofy games", will also be a part of the daily schedule to make sure that we are cultivating young athletes who enjoy going to camp and learning new techniques and gameplay!

Example Schedule Here!

Hall of Famers

The "Hall of Famers" (10-12 yrs) will see an emphasis on personal skill development and leadership training. Each day will see campers participate in speed and agility component that translated to enhanced functional movement and body control. Campers in this age group will learn how to lead by taking charge of some collaborative projects (equipment storage tasks, lunch systems, etc). Campers will participate in baseball, basketball, flag football, soccer specific instruction and training on a daily basis. Gameplay, both traditional games and "goofy games", will also be a part of the daily schedule to make sure that we are cultivating young athletes who enjoy going to camp and learning new techniques and gameplay!

Example Schedule Here!

Little Sluggers

The "Little Sluggers" (5-6 yrs) will see an emphasis on personal skill development and refining of gross and motor skills..Campers in this age group will see a balance in process based learning and exploratory learning via movement. Our aim is to allow campers to explore and learn through their own experiences while at the same time preparing them for the group dynamics of team sports. Campers will participate in baseball, basketball, flag football, soccer specific instruction and training on a daily basis. Gameplay, both traditional games and "goofy games", will also be a part of the daily schedule to make sure that we are cultivating young athletes who enjoy going to camp and learning new techniques and gameplay!

Example Schedule Here!

Emerging Stars

The "Emerging Stars" division (7-9 yrs) will see an emphasis on personal skill development. Each day will see campers participate in speed and agility component that translated to enhanced functional movement and body control. Campers will participate in baseball, basketball, flag football, soccer specific instruction and training on a daily basis. Gameplay, both traditional games and "goofy games", will also be a part of the daily schedule to make sure that we are cultivating young athletes who enjoy going to camp and learning new techniques and gameplay!

Example Schedule Here!

Hall of Famers

The "Hall of Famers" (10-12 yrs) will see an emphasis on personal skill development and leadership training. Each day will see campers participate in speed and agility component that translated to enhanced functional movement and body control. Campers in this age group will learn how to lead by taking charge of some collaborative projects (equipment storage tasks, lunch systems, etc). Campers will participate in baseball, basketball, flag football, soccer specific instruction and training on a daily basis. Gameplay, both traditional games and "goofy games", will also be a part of the daily schedule to make sure that we are cultivating young athletes who enjoy going to camp and learning new techniques and gameplay!

Example Schedule Here!

FAQ's

Q: What are the current COVID-19 Protocols? A: As COVID-19 cases and complications continue to sky-rocket, we have decided to follow the latest recommendation from local, state and national agencies that all people, vaccinated or not, wear mask while indoors in a public setting. This will include campers and staff attending our August All Sports Camps. As we have done since reopening in May of 2020, we will continue to evaluate current status of all situations involving COVID-19 and make adjustments as needed.

Q: What types of sporting activities will the a 10-12 year old be participating in? A: 10-12 year old boys and girls will see instruction and game play in baseball, basketball, flag football and soccer on a daily basis. We will also participate in "silly games" that are designed to promote dynamic and functional movements, develop teamwork and leadership skills, and increase critical thinking while having a lot of fun!  

Q: What types of sporting activities will the a 7 -9 year old be participating in? A: 7-9 year old boys and girls will see instruction and game play in baseball, basketball, flag football and soccer on a daily basis. At this age, a huge focus will be place on sportsmanship- ya know, learning how to win AND how to lose. Be prepared to have a worn out camper full of epic stories of games and competitions each afternoon! 

Q: What types of sporting activities will 5-6 year olds be participating in? A: 5-6 year old boys and girls will see an introduction to baseball, basketball, flag football and soccer. However, "silly games" and "chill zone", which promote gross and fine motor skills as well as better understanding the concepts associated with being part of a team, will be what they talk about most as soon as they hop in the car!  

Q: What will a typical day of camp look like? 7:30-8:45 AM- Early Morning Care (not mandatory/ $7/Day/Child) 8:45-9:00 AM- Camper Arrival 9:00-9:15 AM- Intro Activity for Each Camp Group 9:15-9:20 AM- Morning Meeting with review of daily schedule and expectations for campers & coaches 9:20-10:00 AM- LS (5-6 yrs): Soccer Drills/Games - ES (7-9 yrs): Football Drills/Games - HOF (10-12 yrs): Basketball Drills/Games 10:00-10:15 AM- Power Quarter Hour Speed and Agility Training (All Groups- But Still in Separate Spaces) 10:15-10:45 AM- LS (5-6 yrs): Silly Game (Ga Ga Ball) - ES (7-9 yrs): Soccer Drills/Games - HOF (10-12 yrs): Football Drills/Games 10:45-11:15 AM- LS (5-6 yrs): Lunch - ES (7-9 yrs): Kickball/Baseball Games - HOF (10-12 yrs): Silly Game (Ga Ga Ball) 11:15-11:45 PM- LS (5-6 yrs)"Chill Zone" /ES (7-9 yrs) Lunch - HOF (10-12 yrs): Baseball Game 11:45-12:15 PM- LS (5-6 yrs) finish "Chill Zone" - ES (7-9 yrs) Board Games - HOF (10-12 yrs): Lunch 12:15-12:45 PM- LS (5-6 yrs) Baseball Batting Tees/Game - ES (7-9 yrs) Silly Game (Battle Ball) - HOF (10-12 yrs) Board Games 12:45-1:15 PM- LS (5-6 yrs) Silly Game (Thunderball) - ES (7-9 yrs) Basketball Drills/ Game - HOF (10-12 yrs) Baseball Cages/Field 1:15-1:45 PM- LS (5-6 yrs) Flag Football Drills/Games - ES (7-9 yrs) Tennis Drills/ Game - HOF (10-12 yrs) Golf Drills/Mini-Games 1:45-2:15 PM- LS (5-6 yrs) Basketball Drills/Games - ES (7-9 yrs) Capture the Flag - HOF (10-12 yrs) Soccer Drills/Games 2:15-2:45 PM- LS (5-6 yrs) Sharks and Minnows - ES (7-9 yrs) Soccer Drills/Games - HOF (10-12 yrs) Silly Game (Battle Ball) 2:45-3:00 PM- End of Day Meeting/Wrap-Up and Gather of all Belongings for Carpool 3:00-3:15 PM- Camp Dismissal 3:15- 5:30 PM- After Care (board games and movement activities- light snack provided to all participants around 3:45 PM)  

Q: What gear should my child bring to camp? A: Athletic clothes and tennis shoes are the only materials required. Baseball gear (glove, bat, helmet) are not required but encouraged to bring daily unless otherwise stated. Camp will supply all gear, however, baseball specific work is best to do with the same gear you will use in games/practices outside of camp. Q: Do you have to purchase lunch from Junction Place Sportpslex or can you bring your own food? A: Lunches from home can be brought daily (no dietary restricts at this time but as allergies can factor, parents will be made aware if any restricts are needed). Food for purchase will be available as part of your registration process in the near future (still working out details). Questions? Email text/call us at 504-356-1812

FAQ's ​ ​Q: What types of sporting activities will the a 10-12 year old be participating in? A: 10-12 year old boys and girls will see instruction and game play in baseball, basketball, flag football and soccer on a daily basis. We will also participate in "silly games" that are designed to promote dynamic and functional movements, develop teamwork and leadership skills, and increase critical thinking while having a lot of fun!  

Q: What types of sporting activities will the a 7 -9 year old be participating in? A: 7-9 year old boys and girls will see instruction and game play in baseball, basketball, flag football and soccer on a daily basis. At this age, a huge focus will be place on sportsmanship- ya know, learning how to win AND how to lose. Be prepared to have a worn out camper full of epic stories of games and competitions each afternoon! 

Q: What types of sporting activities will 5-6 year olds be participating in? A: 5-6 year old boys and girls will see an introduction to baseball, basketball, flag football and soccer. However, "silly games" and "chill zone", which promote gross and fine motor skills as well as better understanding the concepts associated with being part of a team, will be what they talk about most as soon as they hop in the car!  

Q: What will a typical day of camp look like? 7:30-8:45 AM- Early Morning Care (not mandatory/ $7/Day/Child) 8:45-9:00 AM- Camper Arrival 9:00-9:15 AM- Intro Activity for Each Camp Group 9:15-9:20 AM- Morning Meeting with review of daily schedule and expectations for campers & coaches 9:20-10:00 AM- LS (5-6 yrs): Soccer Drills/Games - ES (7-9 yrs): Football Drills/Games - HOF (10-12 yrs): Basketball Drills/Games 10:00-10:15 AM- Power Quarter Hour Speed and Agility Training (All Groups- But Still in Separate Spaces) 10:15-10:45 AM- LS (5-6 yrs): Silly Game (Ga Ga Ball) - ES (7-9 yrs): Soccer Drills/Games - HOF (10-12 yrs): Football Drills/Games 10:45-11:15 AM- LS (5-6 yrs): Lunch - ES (7-9 yrs): Kickball/Baseball Games - HOF (10-12 yrs): Silly Game (Ga Ga Ball) 11:15-11:45 PM- LS (5-6 yrs)"Chill Zone" /ES (7-9 yrs) Lunch - HOF (10-12 yrs): Baseball Game 11:45-12:15 PM- LS (5-6 yrs) finish "Chill Zone" - ES (7-9 yrs) Board Games - HOF (10-12 yrs): Lunch 12:15-12:45 PM- LS (5-6 yrs) Baseball Batting Tees/Game - ES (7-9 yrs) Silly Game (Battle Ball) - HOF (10-12 yrs) Board Games 12:45-1:15 PM- LS (5-6 yrs) Silly Game (Thunderball) - ES (7-9 yrs) Basketball Drills/ Game - HOF (10-12 yrs) Baseball Cages/Field 1:15-1:45 PM- LS (5-6 yrs) Flag Football Drills/Games - ES (7-9 yrs) Tennis Drills/ Game - HOF (10-12 yrs) Golf Drills/Mini-Games 1:45-2:15 PM- LS (5-6 yrs) Basketball Drills/Games - ES (7-9 yrs) Capture the Flag - HOF (10-12 yrs) Soccer Drills/Games 2:15-2:45 PM- LS (5-6 yrs) Sharks and Minnows - ES (7-9 yrs) Soccer Drills/Games - HOF (10-12 yrs) Silly Game (Battle Ball) 2:45-3:00 PM- End of Day Meeting/Wrap-Up and Gather of all Belongings for Carpool 3:00-3:15 PM- Camp Dismissal 3:15- 5:30 PM- After Care (board games and movement activities- light snack provided to all participants around 3:45 PM)  

Q: What gear should my child bring to camp? A: Athletic clothes and tennis shoes are the only materials required. Baseball gear (glove, bat, helmet) are not required but encouraged to bring daily unless otherwise stated. Camp will supply all gear, however, baseball specific work is best to do with the same gear you will use in games/practices outside of camp. Q: Do you have to purchase lunch from Junction Place Sportpslex or can you bring your own food? A: Lunches from home can be brought daily (no dietary restricts at this time but as allergies can factor, parents will be made aware if any restricts are needed). Food for purchase will be available as part of your registration process in the near future (still working out details). Questions? Email text/call us at 504-356-1812