Planet Parker Summer Program
10 Weeks – Wednesday, June 12 – Thursday, August 22
Planet Parker summer program comprises a range of offerings for kids ages 4-14. One-week programs with options in adventure and play: imagination, sports, science and creative arts. Parker’s skilled teachers and education partners develop and lead our outstanding camp programs in our art studio, science lab, gym, fields, pond, playgrounds and throughout our 77 acres of woods and creeks in North Greenbush.
Schedule: All camps run from 9AM-3:30PM
Extended Care: Care is available from 8:00AM-9AM and 3:30PM-5:30PM daily. Before Care and After Care are designed to provide a warm, nurturing, and fun environment for young children. Pre-registration is required.
Lunch & Snacks: Children bring a bag lunch and morning snack each day. Healthy snacks will be provided in After Care.
Registration: Deadline May 17th, 2019
Complete registration form and payment by May 17th.
10% Discount: Off of your total balance for all registrations of 5 weeks or more per family.
Cancellation Policy: All camps are subject to a minimum and maximum enrollment. In the event of cancellation, Robert C. Parker School will notify campers in advance and will refund the entire camp fee. Children absent from camp will not be entitled to a refund or exchange of dates. Cancellations made prior to two weeks of camp start date will receive a full refund, less a $50 administrative fee per session. Refunds cannot be given for cancellations received less than 14 days before the camp week’s start date. A 50% deposit is due with registration.
77 acres of meadows and woods with two creeks and vernal springs
5 K trail system with interactive learning stations, developed and built by Parker families
1/2 acre pond
Science lab in the new Discovery Center
Classroom sets of laptops, Chromebooks and iPads
Pavilion and Treehouse outdoor classrooms
9 themed demonstration gardens including herb garden, butterfly garden, prairie garden, and scent garden built by Master Gardeners of Rensselaer County
Demonstration green-roof building
Student built greenhouse
Honey bee hives
Raised bed vegetable gardens
Low Ropes course