April 24, 2015
Summer Rec registration April 29 and May 6
Don't let your children miss out on summer fun. Join Summer
Rec to introduce your children to swimming lessons, arts &
crafts, sports and more. BH-BL 2015 Summer Rec program
registration will be held on Wednesday, April 29 and Wednesday,
May 6 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the BH-BL HS cafeteria, 88 Lakehill
Summer Rec is a supervised recreational program that provides
children with a place to play sports, swim, try new things and
develop friendships. Any child who is ENTERING GRADES one
through seven for the UPCOMING (2015-16) school year may
register to attend. Registered children must live in the town of
Ballston, Charlton or Glenville.
The Summer Rec program is held Mondays through Fridays, June
29 to July 24 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
The cost per child is $350 for the entire season for Town of
Ballston and Glenville residents. For the Town of Charlton
residents, the cost is $400 per child. (Due to the Town of
Charlton cutting appropriated funding there is a $50 usage fee
per registered child.)
If you can't drop off your children at Summer Rec, the
program provides busing at no additional cost. Please pick up a
bus stop schedule at registration night.
What will my child do during Summer Rec?
- SWIMMING: We offer free swimming instruction based on
the Red Cross Learn-to-Swim Program. Thirty minute daily
lessons will be provided to Kiddieland Rec’ers and thirty
minutes a day of supervised open swim for all 4th and up
Rec’ers. Swim program will be held at High School pool.
- ARTS & CRAFTS: All children will visit Arts & Crafts
each day, to take part in a variety of hands-on projects
- Primary (1st – 3rd): This is a special program for
children entering Grades 1, 2, and 3. The children will have
their own area within the program and will take part in
individual and group activities. They will participate in a
daily Special Events and take field trips to places such as
Chuck E Cheese, Tree Pad, Animal Land, Scotia Cinema,
Bowling and much more.
- Intermediate (4th–7th): Children will be assigned to
their grade level group and follow a daily schedule. They
will visit the playground to participate in supervised
games, our game room to play foosball, bumper pool and air
hockey. They will also visit the pool daily for a 30 minute
open swim. In addition, they will take field trips to places
such as Flight, Chuck E. Cheese, Mini-Golf, Ice Skating,
Scotia Cinema, Mini Golf and much more.
If you have any questions, please email Summer Rec
Coordinator Brian Bold at firstname.lastname@example.org.