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Summer 2020, see your way to fun in the sun at Beth El Day CampReimagined

Registration is now open! Head to     to sign up!

For over 30 years, Beth El Day Camp has been providing exciting and fun summers. The health and safety of our campers has always been the #1 guiding principle. It is our decades of experience, and the last 20+ years under the directorship of Julie Rockowitz, that enables us to adapt to the "new normal" and provide a safe, healthy, loving, nurturing and fun-filled environment for your children. This summer will be different, and it will be special and exciting at Beth El Day CampReimagined. 

What We Are Planning.... CampReimagined

Beth El Day CampReimagined will provide all the fun and benefits of camp with incredible counselor-to-camper ratios while operating in a safe and successful outdoor environment from Monday, July 13 - Friday, August 21 for children entering K-3rd grade.

 6 weeks total. Registration is only available in consecutive 3 week blocks, July 13-31 and August 3-21. There is no option for fewer than three weeks.
Option 1: 8:30am-12noon OR Option 2: 1-4:30pm.
Swimming, art, tennis, soccer, STEM and other surprises.
Healthy Snacks will be provided, no lunch. 
Cost: $2150 for the entire summer, or $1250 per “semester."  Limited Spots Available.


How We Plan To Keep Everyone Safe

Each pod will be composed of up to eight children and might be co-ed. Register with your friends, or we can create a group for you to help your child make new friends. Request that siblings are together or separate.
Two designated counselors provide all the love and care a pod could want! They spend the entire session with only those campers.
 Within each pod, children and staff will be encouraged to be 6 feet apart from each other and wear masks.
 Staff will always wear masks.
 Close physical contact such as holding hands will be discouraged. 
 Each pod will always maintain a significant distance of over 6 feet from other pods to minimize the risks of exposure. 
 Careful adherence to public health directives: social distancing, excellent hygiene, and precautionary measures.
 After each activity the specialist and counselors will clean and sanitize the equipment and the activity area before the next pod arrives.

Please remember that there is no way to fully eliminate the risks associated with this virus. However, we do believe our program and procedures will minimize and manage the risks in a way that allows us to not only operate safely, but also to provide all of the benefits of camp and create a positive experience for our campers.

We are so excited to be together this summer! Please be on the lookout for a sign-up form early next week. Any questions, please reach out to our Camp Director, Julie at

Registration is now open! Head to to sign up!

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