Summer Day Program 2020
As a NYS certified program, we must follow the guidance we receive from the Department of Health. Here is the information that we received as of 6/9/2020. When we receive updates from the DOH we will post them here.
- Responsible Parties must ensure that employees wear face coverings at all times when interacting with children or campers, regardless of the distance between the employee and children/campers. Important Note: Young children/campers (i.e., those that are not yet in kindergarten) do not need to wear face coverings when they are in child care or day camp program facility or area. Older children/campers are encouraged but not required to wear face coverings as feasible. Face coverings should not be used by children under the age of 2, or for anyone who is unable to medically tolerate such covering, including children/campers for whom such covering would impair their health or mental health, or where such covering would present a challenge, distraction, or obstruction to the child care or day camp programs. In addition, the outdoor space that belongs to and/or is exclusively used by the child care or day camp program is not considered a public place for the purposes of this guidance. Children/campers are not required to wear a face covering when utilizing the outdoor space that belongs to and/or is exclusively used by the child care or day camp program. Child care programs and day camps that have access to a pool must adhere to State and DOH guidelines regarding swimming pools.
Brown School Summer Day Program is open to students entering Preschool 3’s through Eighth grade, and the program runs from 8:30 am to 4:15 pm Monday through Friday. Children can come for individual weeks or the entire summer. Our program is New York State certified, open to the general public, and offers a safe, engaging environment. Lunch and two snacks are included. Space is extremely limited, and pre-registration is required to attend. We are unable to accept drop-ins this year. Early registration is strongly encouraged.
For a copy of this year’s brochure click here. (Updated on 6/8/2020)
Health forms can be obtained by clicking here. They can be filled out digitally and submitted during the registration process or filled out and mailed in.
Registration is online and can be accessed by clicking here.