SANSKRITI INDIAN SUMMER CAMP 2015
Sanskriti of NJ and Sanskrit School are pleased to announce their sixth Summer Camp being offered from Aug 17th to Aug 28th, 2015. Like every year, we will be independently licensed and will be holding the Summer Camp for two weeks in Livingston, NJ.
Registration: Registration is now open. In order to provide a quality camp experience we can only accept a limited number of children, so please register soon.
Registrations after Jul 31st, 2015 will incur a $20 admin fee.
Camp Dates: August 17th - August 28th, 2015 (Monday through Friday). Children can be registered for one or both weeks.
Camp Hours: Full Day Session: 9am - 4pm. Afternoon Session: 1-4pm
Camper Eligibility: Children entering grades K-7 in Fall 2015
Camp Location: Horizon Elementary School, 51 Old Rd, Livingston, NJ 07039
Before and After Camp Care: Early drop off (starting at 8:00 am) and late pick up (until 6 pm) available for an additional $50 per week per child.
Sign up early to get the early bird discount!
Get the best rate of $250 per child per week ($300 per week for non-members) if you register by May 31st
$300 per child per week ($350 per week for non-members) if you register by June 30th
$350 per child per week ($400 per week for non-members) if you register after June 30th
10% sibling discount.
$150 per child per week ($200 per week for non-members) if you register by May 31st
$200 per child per week ($250 per week for non-members) if you register by June 30th
$250 per child per week ($300 per week for non-members) if you register after June 30th
10% sibling discount.
Camp Coordinators: Neeta Juvekar
Camp Email: email@example.com
Sanskriti Summer Camp 2015 will include activities such as yoga, dance, music, cooking, and workshops (based on weekly themes. Themes from previous years were Famous Indian personalities, life in Indian cities verses villages, festivals etc.)
This years themes: Indian landscapes & wild life , Indian architecture & monuments
In music, the camper's learn a fun Hindi song each week which is performed for parents on Friday evening. Similarly in dance, a Bollywood song dance is choreographed by a Sanskriti volunteer and performed by the kids on Friday.
Additionally the campers enjoy S.T.E.M. activities, arts & crafts and Desi sports like kabbaddi, kho-kno, cricket, badminton etc. We even had a professional table tennis player who represented India in common-wealth games stop by to impress the kids one year. In cooking session, a kid-friendly yet healthy item is cooked by the kids themselves. This is a lot of fun for them.
We accept limited number of kids each year since we want to give individual attention to our campers. The campers are divided in two age appropriate groups for most of the activities. The camp is managed by a professional camp director with several years experience in managing such camps along with an assistant. A Sanskriti volunteer is present most of the day along with the above two individuals mentioned.
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have specific questions.