SAVE THE DATE
JUNE 13-17, 2022
Jesus’ Power Pulls Us Through
5 days of Daycamp fun at Borchers!
Camp will meet daily Monday through Friday. Activities will include Bible Study, worship, games, songs, snacks, arts & crafts, stories, and drama.
Children entering grades 1 and up will need to bring a sack lunch each day .
Registration and drop-off begin at 9:15am each morning.
9:30am – 11:30am
9:30am – 2:30pm
Daycamp Afternoon Activities Subject to Change Closer to the Event
Preschool Daycampers may return for Afternoon Activities if accompanied by an adult.
Monday – Daycamp ends at 2:30 p.m.
Tuesday – Afternoon Carnival 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday – Daycamp ends at 2:30 p.m. Swimming party at Brownstown Pool 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Adult must be with child. Families are invited.
Thursday – Bike Ride 3:00 p.m. Bus will leave church at take everyone who wants to participate in the bike ride to Seymour High School. We will ride to Cortland and then take a hayride back to the church.
Friday – Daycamp ends at 2:30 p.m.We will be having games that involve water. Bring a towel if you want.
Outdoor afternoon events are weather permitting.
What age should my child be to attend Daycamp?
Preschool Daycamp is held from 9:30am-11:30am for those children 2 and up that have not yet completed Kindergarten.
Elementary Daycamp is from 9:30am-2:30pm for children that will be entering Grades 1-6.
Youth that will be entering 7th-9th Grade are invited to be youth helpers in the morning. They are also invited to participate in Junior High Bible Study after lunch.
Grades 10 – Adult are encouraged to sign up as a volunteer to help with various Daycamp activities and support.
Do youth helpers, counselors and volunteers need to register?
Yes! Please register anyone that will be at Daycamp, even if you will not be here every day. This helps with planning and attendance.
Can I fill out a paper form instead?
Yes, we still have a paper form if you’d like to go old school. You can pick up registration forms at the church or you can download them here when available. Please try to return it to the church ASAP to help us with planning.
Is Daycamp free?
Yes! Daycamp is free to everyone! Our church and donations make sure we have everything we need for a great week of fun and faith. We do have a time for offerings each morning if your child would like to bring a donation to help offset costs.
What should/shouldn’t my child bring to Daycamp?
Campers entering Grades 1 and above should bring their lunch each day. We provide morning snacks for all ages and afternoon snacks to those campers joining us for afternoon activities (after 2:30pm).
Campers are not allowed to use cell phones during Daycamp activities. If you would still like to bring a phone, it will be kept in our office during the morning, returned to you during lunch break, and kept in the office again until Daycamp ends at 2:30pm.
What about COVID?
We will follow all applicable state and federal guidelines during Daycamp week to keep our participants healthy! Students will be broken into smaller groups to stay with during the day, we will clean between groups at all stations and we will try to do activities outside or in large areas where we can spread out. We ask that participants stay home if they are not feeling well.
How do my children get to afternoon activities?
We provide transportation by bus from the church to any offsite afternoon activities for those children that have signed up. Campers not signed up will need to be picked up at 2:30pm. We do not provide evening transportation for Family Pool Night.
Updates and Cancellations?
If an activity is cancelled, updates will be sent to email or text numbers you provide us during registration and information will be posted on St. Paul Lutheran Church Borchers Facebook Page and on our website.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You can email our Daycamp Director at email@example.com or contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 812-522-7364.
Photographs taken during the event and posted on our websites may include your child. If you have a concern with this please talk to one of the directors or the pastor.