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JCH Camp Programs:
Ages 2 – 5
The Yeladim camp is an environment where children grow and blossom. Early childhood teachers lead a holistic program that focuses on the social, emotional, and physical development of each camper. Together, they explore the surrounding world, create friendships, and learn through Jewish values of Kindness and Community. Campers use new facilities of the Marks JCH for fun activities such as gymnastics, instructional swim* (DOH permitting), music, cooking, and art, as well as an outdoor Imagination Playground.MORE ABOUT YELADIM at JCHCAMP.COM >
Chalutzim and Tzofim
Campers entering 1st – 7th grades in Fall 2023
The Chalutzim and Tzofim program gives campers a unique opportunity to explore the beautiful outdoor Henry Kaufmann Campground. The 75 acres of open meadows, a pool complex, adaptable ball fields, and hiking trails ensure our campers will have a summer they’ll never forget. Our program is rooted in Jewish values of Responsibility and Community, and counselors, coaches, and camp leadership team are excited to steward the campers on their journeys. An action-packed summer program is built in compliance with COVID-19 safety regulations and includes activities such as swimming, low-contact sports, dance, art, music, theater, archery, low ropes course including a zip line, and STEM. In addition, Tzofim campers enjoy weekly day trips around NYC full of adventure and memorable experiences*. Our experienced staff help campers foster new friendships, strengthen their social skills, and cultivate confidence.MORE ABOUT CHALUTZIM at JCHCAMP.COM > MORE ABOUT TZOFIM at JCHCAMP.COM >
Teenagers entering 8th – 9th grades in Fall 2023
The Haverim division thrives off participation in social action projects and learning about civic engagement! Haverim teens collaborate in large-scale team-building activities, competitions, and through experiential group projects. This exciting, action-packed program takes place at Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds in Staten Island. Age-appropriate weekly field trips throughout NYC and neighboring cities to outdoor attractions and venues such as Secret City Scavenger Hunt, Buck County River Tubing, Longlive Paintball, Tomahawk Lake, Alley Pond Ropes Course, Hurricane Harbor and so much more complete the exciting weekly program.* Caring counselors, supervise the groups, serving as positive role models and mentors to our teen campers.MORE ABOUT HAVERIM at JCHCAMP.COM >
Inclusion Camp For Children with DisabilitiesCampers partake in daily programs and activities with their peers. An individualized care approach is provided for each camper by trained staff. Campers and counselors work together on strengthening social skills, fostering friendships, and individual growth. Interested families need to schedule a meeting with Camp Director prior to enrolling to maximize your child’s experience.
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