SuperKickers has been offering a Summer Camp in the Jackson Heights area for 6 years. We are a well-established program with experienced staffers (a combination of mothers, teachers, counselors, and students) who have each had 3-10 years of experience in the ﬁeld. All of our Camp Counselors have undergone background checks and we have been approved by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
The Camp is Located at the PS69 school in Jackson Heights. The Address is 77-02 37th avenue. We Currently do NOT offer Summer Camp at any other Location.
Campers are 3-12 years old. We also have a Counselor-in-Training Program for high-school students. If you are a high school student in search of summer employment, please contact our Ofﬁce at (718) 350-1535 or email@example.com. If your child wears diapers, please make us aware of this and we will make accommodations.
SuperKickers Summer Camp 2016 will begin on Tuesday, July 5th and end on Friday, August 26th. Camp has a duration of 8 weeks. Parents may select any variation of half day or full day attendance for their child. They MUST pre-enroll to guarantee placement. Drop-ins are available, however, only if there is available space.
Camp is open 8am-5pm, Monday through Friday. There is After Care from 5-6pm for extra fee.
Early drop off is provided for a $50 weekly fee, and late pick up is $10 for every extra hour your child stays. Camp closes at 6pm, after that a $10 fee will be charged for every extra 15 minutes your child stays late.
SuperKickers Summer Campers are placed into the school grade level they will attend in September. Summer Campers are grouped into no more than groups of 15 children with a 1:5 coach to student ratio for Pre-K (one Camp Activity Coach, Camp Counselor, and Camp Assistant per group), and a 1:8 Coach to student ratio for Kinder and up. (Camp Activity Coach and Camp Counselor).
- Pre-K 3 (9am-1pm only)
- Pre-K 4 (9am-3pm) and (8am-5pm)
- Kindergarten Part Time (8am-5pm)
- Kindergarten Full Time (9am-3pm)
- 1st Grade Full time (8am-5pm)
- 1st Grade Part time (9am-3pm)
- 2nd Grade Full Time (8am-5pm)
- 2nd Grade Part Time (9am-3pm)
- 3rd & 4th Grade (8am-5pm)
- 5th & 6th Grade (8am-5pm)
Yes, part time schedules are offered. You can also choose to send your child on either Tuesday & Thursday OR Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and they can come for any of the time frames on those days. You cannot switch the days you are registered for, and if you miss a day, you cannot come on a day you are not registered for. Please plan accordingly and choose which days of the week you would like your child to attend when registering for the camp.
In order for your child to be placed with his/her friends they must be registered for the same days and times and must be of the same age groups. This does not guarantee the placement of all friends together at camp, due to the large volume of campers, but we will do our best to honor such requests.
Breakfast is served to students that arrive at 8am. (No Exceptions). A hot Lunch is provided for the Full day Campers and served at 11:30am. Parents can also pack their kids own lunch daily.
Note: For children with allergies please provide your own lunch and clearly label backpack with list of allergy foods.
SuperKickers does not provide snacks at Summer Camp. Parents are to pack snacks for their camper(s) that are to be eaten during Snack-Time (30 minutes) at 2:30pm. Snacks are to be ﬁnger foods such as pretzels, fruits, etc. Snacks are not items that warrant a microwave.
- Bathing suit
- Water bottle
- Extra change of clothes
- Napmat (if under age 4 and requires nap after Lunch)
Roller Blades with the Helmets, Knees, Elbows, and wrist protectors on the day those lessons are offered.
Please make sure that all items sent to Summer Camp are clearly labeled with your child’s full name.
Campers follow a schedule of activities throughout the day. Each period is approximately 45 minutes. Activities include: Soccer, Basketball, Music & Movement, Piano, Dance, Let’s Get Messy Arts, Lego Workshop, Theater/Drama, Sprinklers, Ceramics, Jewelry Making,Roller Blading, Playground, and Lunch/Snacks. New for this Year is Cooking Class, and Osmo Ipad Technology.
Yes, we offer 6 daily trips this year. (White Post Farm, Victoria Gardens in Central Park, Museum of Natural History, Legoland, Bronx Zoo, Hudson Park). All Trips are held on Wednesdays. Parents need to register for the Trip separately from the camp registration.They can do so an the website or by phone. The Price for each Trip is $90.Trips are for ages 5 and up only. For those already registered for the Camp on the day of the Trip, the Daily fee is discounted from the Trip Fee.
We use a Yellow School bus to transport the Kids on the Trips.
Yes, please send Lunch/snacks with your child to be taken on the Trip.
Registration for all campers begins January 15th, 2016. A completed 1.) Summer Camp Registration Form, 2.) Medical Form, and 3.) Payment are necessary for enrollment in SuperKickers Summer Camp.
COMPLETE paper registrations may be dropped off in person at the Main Entrance Desk (at P.S. 69), located at 77-02 37th Ave., Jackson Heights, NY 11372, on Saturday or Sunday from 9am-1pm.
Medical Forms must be turned in within 2 weeks of your registration. You can either drop it off or scan and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parents/Guardians may complete the Summer Camp Registration Form online or by calling the main ofﬁce at 718-350-1535, and submit the Medical form either 1.) in person, 2.) on the 1st day of camp attendance. However, if no Medical Form or Payment has been received, SuperKickers has the right to refuse entry into Summer Camp.
Forms can be dropped off at PS69, located on 77-02 37th avenue Saturdays/Sundays from 9-1pm or Mondays to Fridays from 3-6pm.
Medical Forms must be turned in within 2 weeks of your registration. You can either drop it off or scan and email it to us at email@example.com. If we do not receive it within two weeks of your registration, we will have to cancel your registration.
Yes, medical forms for the administration of EPI Pens and Asthma Medication/Treatment are to be ﬁlled out by the parent prior to the child’s entrance into the Camp. They can be found here. The Medications will be administered by the Health Director on site daily from 8am-6pm, or by a Staff trained in ﬁrst aid and the administration of EPI pen and other medications.
Parents should inform the Camp Director of any Allergies the child has. Filled out any Medical Forms needed for the administration of EPI pens or any other Medication. Label your child’s lunchbox with the list of food allergies. Send your Child’s lunch from home.
We make an effort to accommodate all children. If a child has special needs he/she is very welcome. We do need however to ensure that the child is enjoying the Camp, learning and engaging in the activities. In order to do so its important for the child to be able to follow the daily schedule and stay with the group. We might request that the parent stay with the child or send someone that can do so. Please note that the schedule of activities is different every day and that children are not assigned a classroom to stay in but rather move around the school during the day which means a lot of transitions. If your child needs a regular schedule and less transitions this may not be the best choice for them. Please contact us directly with any specific questions that you might have.