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Where is camp located this year?

For Summer 2021 camp is located in the Netivot HaTorah North Campus - 18 Atkinson Avenue. 

Extension Camp Location (August 23rd-September 3rd): TBD

What is your policy on nuts?

JCK Camps is a nut-free camp. We aim to accommodate  all campers with food allergies and sensitivities. All food provided by the camp is nut- free.  We ask that parents do not send snacks to camp that may contain nuts. As well we do NOT allow campers to share food at camp for allergy and Kashrut reasons.  If your child has specific allergies please fill out our online forms as well as contact the camp.

Where do campers swim?

Campers generally swim at  Garnet Williams with private hours for JCK campers. All lifeguards are NLS certified.

Depending on policy for summer 2021, our campers will swim either at Garnett or have water play on site at Netivot.

What are your payment plans?

Registration fee of $150 (Refunds will be issued in the event that camp will not be able to run out of Netivot)

Refunds will not be issued after May 1st if camp is 100% running

3 equal payments of camp fees via E-trasfer depending on when you registrater. 

Full payment required after May 1st. For additional assistance with payment plans please email us at [email protected] 

Do you offer bus transportation? 

Yes we will be offering bus transportation with limited spaces on our bus  this summer.

470 Glencairn-8:45AM/ 4:15PM and 3:30PM on Fridays

11 Lowesmoor- 9AM/ 4PM and 3:15PM on Fridays

Fee: $75

Register by March 1st and bus transportation is 50% off

What are camp hours

***Register by Feb.1st and before and after care hours are FREE!


Camp Hours this summer are 9:30AM-3:30pm and 9:30PM-3PM on Fridays

Before Care-8:30AM-9:30AM- $50/Week or $75/ Family/Week

After Care- 3:30PM-4:30PM- $50/Week or $75/Family/Week

*No Aftercare on Fridays

Do you have a lunch program?

We offer optional Pizza lunch on Tuesdays and Fridays. $3 per slice

What is your dress code at camp?

Campers going into JK,SK and upto  Grade 3 may wear shorts and T-shirts.

Campers entering Grade 4-6 -knee length skirt + T-shirts or  3/4 sleeves. 

Open toe shoes are welcome but for fitness activities and trip days, proper shoes are preferred for your child's safety.

Boys dresscode: Hat or Kippah

Are you off Civic Holidays?

There is no camp on 

Monday August 2nd.

There is camp on Thursday July 1st

What are some of the camp activities happening weekly?

Weekly Specialties including: Sports, Silly Science, Arts & Crafts, Fine Art, Baking, Dance/Zumba, Breakdancing,  Theme Activities, Camp wide Contests, Challah Baking, Shabbos Party (Preschool)

Davening & Friday Parsha

Daily Water Play and so much more!

Bi-Weekly Outdoor Trips - Covid Permitting

What are guest workshops or special Programs at Camp?

Depending on your child's division, weekly guest workshops include Robotics, Kangoo Kids, Martial Arts, Enhanced STEM/ Maker space, 'Snakes and Slushies Room' (Games Room with a special iced treat!), Kindness Carnival, Drumming, Music, Cartooning, Jewelry Making, Woodworking, Chamelea Science Shows, Magic show, Bubble Lady, Bricks for Kidz Lego Works

Bi-Weekly outdoor trips: TBD 

Will the new boys program integrate more sports?

Yes! Absolutely! Our boys program will have additional sports slots with our sports specialist  and their counsellors (Basketball, Soccer,  Tennis, and outdoor games). 

How does the Create Your Own Bunk work?

Parents have the option to create their own bunk with family and/or friends in order to keep their kids together. Contact between bunks will be limited and so creating your own bunk is a good option for families who have a preference to keep their children together with kids they already normally see.

The minimum/ maximum # of campers required to form a bunk will depend on government guidelines but we believe it will be 8-10 kids in a group. 

A mixed bunk will have a variety of activities in order to accommodate both boys and girls and mixed ages.

You may also form an exclusive bunk with friends. 

What is the Bat Mitzvah Club?

Our new program for girls entering Gr.6-7 will focus on your daughter's Bat Mitzvah year. Through learning, Chessed and fun workshops in art, baking, Jewelry making, ceramics and more.  Workshops include: Paint Nite, Challah Bake, Challah cover making, Chessed Projects, Jewish learning. The girls will also get to learn the latest Bat Mitzvah dances so they can do them with friends on zoom or in person!

What is your refund policy?

There are no refunds after May 1st provided that camp on site (18 Atkinson) is running. 

Payments are required in full.

At present we are taking limited # of campers in each bunks. As such, after May 1st you have made a commitment to enrol your child. 

A full Covid-19 policy and refund policy will be posted on our website shortly.  Stay tuned