Summer | Camp Recky | Completed Grades K-8
Important Dates for Camp Recky 2015
- Sunday, February 22, 2015 4-6 p.m. RPAC Meeting Rooms 1-3: Camp Recky Open House/ Parent Information Night
- Monday, March 2, 2015: Camp Recky registration opens
- Sunday, April 12, 2015: Camp Recky Parent Orientation
- Friday, May 1, 2015: All camper paperwork due
- Friday, May 29, 2015: All camper balances due
New Camps for 2015:
International Sports: This camp will introduce campers to sports that are popular around the world and represented in the Olympic games, though they may not be largely popular here in the United States.
Paralympic Sports: This camp will introduce campers to sports that are represented in the Paralympic games. The camp is inclusive and open to campers of all abilities. Sports will be modified as needed to accommodate campers with disabilities and adaptive equipment will be available to campers with no disabilities so all campers can play each sport as it would be played in the Paralympic Games.
Camp Recky Summer 2015 Weekly Themes:
Week 1, June 1-5: Ohio State and Me
Week 2, June 8-12: Blast From the Past
Week 3, June 15-19: Celebration of Nations
Week 4, June 22-26: Train your Brain
Week 5, June 29-July 2: America the Beautiful
*Please note that there is no camp on Friday, July 3. Camp fees have been prorated accordingly
Week 6, July 6-10: Weird Science Week
Week 7, July 13-17: Down on the Farm
Week 8, July 20-24: Where the Wild Things Are
Week 9, July 27-31: Adventureland
Week 10, August 3-7: Color Wars
Counselor in Training Program
The CIT Program is designed to teach leadership, community, and counseling skills to high school participants through learning and service at camp. The CIT Program is defined by the following criteria: service to camp, detailed leadership training, including contents of the staff handbook dealing with behavior management, developmental characteristics of children and other counselor-specific topics, participation in creating/supporting/leading camp activities, and shadowing/assisting the counselors. A successful participant will have shown themselves to be enthusiastic, dedicated, hard-working and devoted to the camp’s mission.