Frequently Asked Questions
What are the start and end times for each of the day camps?
Check-in time is at 9:00 am and check-out is at 2:00 pm. PLEASE be sure to always sign your child both IN and OUT of camp with one of our Counselors at the front desk.
Where is camp held?
STRIVE All- Sports Camp will be held at Allen W. Roberts Main Gymnasium, 80 Jones Drive, New Providence, NJ
How can I register my child for camp?
Please go to the New Providence Recreation website at: www.newprov.org/recreation/
Do you provide drinks or snacks?
Yes. Campers are more than welcome to bring their own lunch, however we do offer pizza, snacks, sports drinks, and water for purchase. Water is always available via water fountains. Please clearly label coolers, water bottles, etc., with your child's name to avoid any confusion.
What if my child has allergies, medical conditions or other special needs?
Ensuring a safe camp experience for children with food allergies requires camp staff, parents, and campers to work together. So we are fully aware of any and all circumstances, it is important that any allergies or medical conditions that your child has, is clearly stated in the Medical Information box on the registration form. Upon registration, parents/guardians whose child requires an Epipen will be asked to label the Epipen in a clear plastic bag with specified instructions. Parents/guardians should ensure that labeled bag is given to the Directors upon check-in on the initial day of camp. For campers with other medical conditions or special needs, activities will be modified and accommodated as needed to ensure child safety. If you have any questions about our policies, please feel free to contact us.
What should my child wear?
Comfortable clothing and sneakers is proper attire for camp.
What if my child is sick or unable to attend camp for another reason?
If your child is going to miss a day of camp, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you separate children by age and grade?
Campers will be grouped based on their age, ability, and grade level to ensure the safety of all.
What is the coach to camper ratio?
There will be at 8:1 camper to coach ratio.