Camp J

Winter Camp J

Winter Camp J
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Dates & Times

Week 1: 12/24, 12/26, 12/27, 12/28
Week 2: 12/31, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4

Monday – Friday | 9AM – 4PM
AM care starting at 7 and PM care as late as 6, included free!

BYOL – Bring your own lunch

Programs & Activities

Our camp activities and programs include: arts and crafts, athletics, swimming, field trips, music, drama, cooking, gardening, STEM, archery, Ga-Ga, and so much more!

SHALOM (PEACE) GRADES K-2

Shalom (Peace) is a program designed for campers to enjoy the traditional day camp experience and explore all that the Tucson JCC has to offer. Grouped by age, campers are involved in programming designed to meet the needs of their developmental level. Shalom campers participate in activities led by experienced specialist instructors, as well as counselor led programming.

Cooking, Athletics, Art, PlaySpace, and more!

Guest: $60 per day
Member: $50 per day

GIBORIM (HEROES) GRADES 3-5

In Giborim (Heroes), campers enjoy a traditional day camp designed to nurture creativity and build skills while allowing campers to explore new interests, have fun, and be a part of our camp community. Giborim campers participate in activities led by experienced specialist instructors as well as have Chugim (choices) to be able to choose their own activities throughout the week. A weekly field trip is also part of the program.

Archery, Cooking, Ga-Ga, Art, and more!

Field Trips:
12/24 – Mt. Lemmon
12/31 – Botanical Gardens and Picnic

Guest: $70 per day
Member: $60 per day

TIYUL (TRIP) GRADES 6-8

Tiyul (Trip) Campers entering grades 6-8 Nothing says adventure like Camp Tiyul! Each week we embark on exciting excursions. We will be going on a variety of day trips each day. Much of the camp programming is designed to engage campers in teamwork, making new friends, and helping create the awareness of self.

Field Trips:
12/24 – Botanical Gardens and Picnic
12/26 – Dave & Busters
12/27 – Kartchner Caverns
12/28 – Reid Park Zoo and Picnic
12/31 – Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch
1/2 – Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
1/3 – Mt. Lemmon
1/4 – Tombstone

Guest: $80 per day
Member: $70 per day

Forms & Resources

Immunization Policy:
“For the health, safety and welfare of both the staff and students, the Tucson Jewish Community Center follows all the Department of Health Services vaccination requirements for students entering our program. Documentation of compliance, from an M.D. OR D.O., with these requirements shall be provided to the center for all students upon entry to our programs. The center will monitor on-going vaccination compliance. This follows the standards and policies of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Centers for Disease Control and the American Council on Immunization and Prevention. There are no religious or personal exemptions to this policy. Medical exemptions will be reviewed by the Director with medical consultation as necessary.”
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Murray Keshner’s “Anyone Can Draw and Paint” students have a display up in the JHC! Make sure to swing by and check out some of their amazing work. 🎨🖌

Want to sign up? https://tucsonjcc.org/event/anyone-can-draw-paint/2019-03-05/

#paint #draw #liveup #tucsonj #art #paintings #artist #sketch #thingstodointucson
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Send a kid to Summer Camp J!

Liam Keith, age 10, tells us “I love camp because of the pool and the field trips. My first day of camp I was super scared, but I liked my counselors a lot. When asked if he made friends at camp, he says, “Yes, I made friends in camp. Keaton and I are really good friends. He taught me how to get better at archery and I taught him how to swim better.” When we asked Liam about what he learned at camp, he responds, “In my second year of camp I did robotics and I learned a lot of multiplication. When I went back to school they put me in extended math, and I still am in extended math…I still have the robot I made, too.” When asked what advice he would give to kids who are new to camp, he said, very wisely, “It’s kind of scary at first, but if you just be yourself and talk to people, it will be very easy.”

To give a gift right now and watch a video of our interviews with five awesome campers, go to http://tucsonjcc.org/give
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Prom-o-rama is based off of the idea of Cinderella's fairy godmother making her dream to attend the ball come true. The J is excited to partner with Cinderella's Closet, which was created to do just that - provide dresses and accessories to enable girls to attend their high school proms. It’s also a way to recycle these lightly used items.

Bring dresses in any size to The J before March 30th to help make a girl’s dream come true!

Please make sure dresses are current with what a high school girl would wear and make sure items are clean.
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Swinging into the weekend with kettlebells! We have many personal training packages and classes to choose from. Summer will be here before you know it! #BodyGoals 💪🏋

https://tucsonjcc.org/sports-and-wellness/

#liveup #tucsonj #gym #fitness #train #workout #personaltrainer #work
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Happy Purim! Everyone at The J is getting into the spirit. Check out all the fun costumes! 🎉🎈
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