All Sports Day camp
Georgia Southwestern State University will be offering an all-day summer sports camp for kids ages 6 - 14. The All Sports Day camp will utilize sports and other activities to keep your kids engaged, challenged and having fun all day long. GSW instructors work with youth full time and really know how teach while having the most fun possible. We will make sure our instructor to student ratio to be small so we can really engage and work with each child.
Speed and Agility Training
Various P.E. Games
Projector Screen for Movies
Day Camps FAQs
1. Who is responsible for my camper?
We have a fully trained staff of college students, teachers, and special education teachers that LOVE kids and care about their safety. Our staff are caring professionals who are committed to the development of all campers. Some of the training our staff attends include: American Red Cross CPR and Standard First Aid, Character Development, Child Abuse Recognition and Leadership Training. All counselors are state and federally fingerprinted and cross-checked through the National Sex Offender Registry for the utmost safety!
2. What is the counselor/child ratio?
• 6-8 yrs. old; 1:8
• 9-14 yrs. old; 1:10
3. How much does a week of camp cost?
2018 All Sports Day Pricing:
Week of camp: $200,
Daily: $50 a day
**We have a two day minimum per week to attend camp. Do not have to be consecutive days.
4. Is lunch included?
Lunch is included. Lunch options vary daily but always include an entree, two sides and a drink. Meals are contracted with Schools Cafeteria.
Please note that any children with severe food allergies or dietary restrictions are encouraged to pack their lunch. Contact the Camp Director, if so, for your lunch credits.
5. What do I do if my child has medication?
Your camper’s medication must be checked into the camp office when you drop off your camper the first day. Emergency medications (i.e. Epi-Pens and Inhalers) will be distributed to your child’s counselor and stored in their backpack for ready use. All other medication will be administered by the Camp Health Coordinator and will be stored and locked in the camp office.
6. What should my child bring each day?
We ask that your child brings a swimsuit, towel and a change of clothes every day. We are either swimming, slip and sliding, or getting messy!
7. What will my child do each week?
During the summer camp session, we do two assemblies to keep the kids excited and informed on what is going with camp. The first one is on Monday morning and the second assembly is Wednesday afternoon. The rest of the week we do activities like Softball, swimming, basketball, Soccer, Tennis, choice activities, big games, movies.
8. Do you provide sunscreen for my child?
No, we recommend that parents sunscreen your children prior to coming to camp as well for added protection. Counselors will help reapply in the afternoon if we are outside for an extended period of time.
9. Are snacks provided?
Yes, we have a variety of snacks that we provide mid afternoon and during before care at 7:45 am and in after care at 5:15 pm daily.
10. What if my child can’t swim?
Every camper is tested by our Kids First swim staff. Your child MUST pass the swim test in order to swim in the deep end. We use red and green colored wristbands to keep track of who is allowed to swim in what areas. We also have 2 lifeguards present during every swim day (1 at the shallow end and 1 at the deep end of the pool). In addition to the lifeguards, two of our camp staff are also in the pool with the children and 1-2 counselors supervise from the pool deck.
11. How do I register for camp?
In order to register for camp, go to GSW camp website and click on the “All Sports camp” page. That will direct you to a separate site then you can register for camp following the prompts.
12. Do I have to fill out the forms every year?
Yes and No. Once you fill out your health history form it is saved in our system. The only thing you have to do is update your information if it has changed. Immunization records are required annually by state law, so that is the only thing that will have to be redone year to year. Medication forms, as stated in Question 5, must be redone year to year also.
13. Camp minimum requirements:
• Camper must be able to do all aspects of personal hygiene by themselves- i.e.- getting dressed, bathroom, etc.
• Campers must be able to communicate their needs to counselors.
• Campers must be able to work in a large group (28-30 Kids) setting.
15. What are the refund procedures?
A. The initial deposit of $50.00 is non-refundable but can be rolled over into another camp. There are no refunds of any camp fees once the first day of camp has arrived. There are NO REFUNDS for no-shows.
16. Camp Hours, Arrival & Departure
Camp officially begins at 9:00 am and is officially over for all campers at 4:00 pm, late arrivals (after 9:30 am) must check in at the front desk. For your child’s safety, please accompany your child into and out of the facility and sign in and out everyday. We are not responsible for a camper unless they are signed in. If your camper will not be attending that day, please call our staff by 9:30 am so daily activities are not delayed. Only people authorized in writing by the parents/guardians, may pick up the camper, and individuals must be at least 16 years of age. The staff will require a photo ID for unfamiliar faces. Please make your authorized people aware of this policy.
Check-in: 8:45 am - 9 am.
Any campers that arrive before 8:45 am will be billed at the before-care rate of $9.20. Please note: our counselors are in meetings prior to 8:45 am.
Check-out: 3:45 - 4:00 pm.
After 4 pm, your child will be taken to after-care and you will be charged $10.00. All after care campers must be picked up no later than 6 pm. See late pick up policy below.
Extended care is as follows:
Wake up: 7:00 am – 8:45 am
Wind down: 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm