The 2019 summer sessions at LHMS offer young children a unique day camp experience where they can explore & enjoy the summer season's natural rhythm in a fun, nurturing and peaceful environment. There are many opportunities for children to engage in both self-directed activities & cooperative play. LHMS camp days are filled with nature studies, outdoor fun, gardening, building, singing and much more! In addition, each week features a variety of activities designed around a focused theme.

Camp runs from 8:45am – 12:15pm, Monday – Friday. Please send a packed lunch, children will eat together. We are a nut-aware environment. For children registered before April 23rd and/or multiple weeks will receive a discount per child (please see payment plan below). LHMS camp welcomes all children ages 3 -7. We look forward to seeing Long Hill Montessori School alumni!


Camp Session 1: June 10th – June 14th

Animals Underground

Have your ever wondered what critters lie below your feet?  Let’s get dirty and explore the world beneath.  We’ll learn about underground animals. Some are nocturnal, some are diurnal, some are blind, and some are slimy!!

Camp Session 2 : June 17th - June 21st

WORLD OF HONEYBEES

Learn the importance of these little wonders in our ecosystem: bees pollinate one third of all of our food and travel far and wide for nectar to make tasty honey. Campers will learn that what is happening to bees is not funny. Some sting, some pollinate, some work all day and some just buzz. Save the Honeybees!!

Camp Session 3: June 24th - June 28th

POND ANIMALS

What makes The Great Swamp, great?  Let’s get wet and explore the wonderful world of pond animals. Learn about the magic of pond life! Frogs, ducks, geese, muskrats and more! Let’s take a dive and look inside. Some are microscopic, some hibernate, some slither, and some flutter.

 

TIME

Camp begins at 8:45am and ends at 12:15pm. Please send a lunch and drink each day. Children will bring their work home on Fridays.

Please accompany your child through the arrival and dismissal process each day they attend camp. If you need to drop off or pick up your child at an hour other than the designated times, please let us know.

To ensure the enjoyment and safety of all campers, LHMS reserves the right to dismiss campers in the unlikely event there are discipline issues. Parents or guardians will be contacted by phone to arrange child pickup. No refund will be granted to those unable to complete a camp session.

WHAT TO BRING (please label everything)

  • lunch

  • water bottle

  • sunscreen (please apply suncreen prior to drop off. According to New Jersey Department of Children and Families, we are not allowed to apply sunscreen)

  • shoes/sneakers for running

  • water shoes for the water table and sprinkler fun (Please no flip flops or crocs.)

  • extra clothes for varying weather (Camp takes place rain or shine, so please make sure your child brings appropriate clothing.)

FORMALITIES

State of New Jersey Health History and Appraisal*

Be sure to indicate any medical conditions, allergies, special accommodations and medication currently being taken on the medical form.

Parental/Guardian Photo Release Consent Form*

Photo Release allows us to use camper photos for publications (no names are labeled on photos).

Medical Attention Authorization *

This authorizes LHMS staff to take child/children to specified doctor or hospital and secure treatment if necessary. (This information provided/requested on LHMS Camp Enrollment Agreement.)

Pick Up Approval *

Pick Up Approval states who has your permission to pick up your camper. (This information was requested on LHMS Camp Enrollment Agreement. If information was not provided, we will follow up with you. Children will not be released to anyone other than names listed. A written permission must be provided.)

Full Payment, to guarantee your camper’s spot in the requested camp(s) 

Camp spots are reserved on first come first serve basis by full payment. Simply reserving a spot does not guarantee enrollment until payment is received. To ensure your camper’s spot in camp, payment must be received.

* For new LHMS friends

 
Our children (3 and 6) loved attending summer camp here! The staff is not only kind, but they also encourage the students’ intellectual development. They also helped potty train my three-year old son!
— Kevin Catalano