Camps & Childcare

Fun Express Child Care

Upcoming Sessions

 

Spring Break April 3 - 7, 2017
Pre-
Registration Required 
February 28 - March 24, 2017
Fee $150  R / $160 NR
(Daily fees available - $35 per day)

Spring Break Tentative Schedule:

April 3: Swimming at Pavilion, Group Games (Bring Lunch)
April 4: Group Games, Arts and Crafts (Bring Lunch)
April 5: Swimming at Pavilion, Group Games
 (Bring Lunch)
April 6:  Group Games, Georgetown Theaters (Bring $5 extra for admittance) (Bring Lunch)
April 7:  Swimming at Pavilion, Group Games (Bring Lunch)


A $10 Late Registration Fee per child will be charged after all Registration deadlines.

No School Again! Never fear ... Fun Express is here! If you are 4 - 13 years of age, ready to have a day of fun, challenges, and games, then the Fun Express is waiting for you to jump aboard. The drop-in rate is $30 each day. Instead of going to Grandma's house on snow days, in-service days, and spring, fall, and winter breaks, join us as we hone the perfect game of whatever, create that masterpiece from this and that, and just have fun like a kid should on a non-school day. And ... don't be surprised if we put the wheels in motion and venture off to see what we can see! 

Pre-registration for a scheduled session by the deadline is required. (We will not have a scheduled session if we do not have at least 8 participants pre-registered.) Fun Express will be held at The Pavilion.  

If the weather is really crazy, parents should tune in to Channel WLEX18 to see if Fun Express has been canceled. Remember, program hours are from 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM. You must be in attendance by 9:00 AM and don't forget to bring a sack lunch. Check for other information when signing up for a Fun Express session.

All fees are subject to change.
Register at The Pavilion: Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Operational Hours: 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM

 

KidzWorld Summer Day Camp

2017 KIDZWorld Summer Day Camp

Session 1 June 5 - June 30, 2017 
Session 2 July 3 - July 28, 2017

Session Dates and Field Trip Dates are subject to change!

The KIDZWorld program is operated in a day camp setting in which campers 4 - 13 years of age are provided with various activities. Campers may participate in swimming activities at both The Pavilion and the Suffoletta Family Aquatic Center. While on site, campers will play group games, create art and craft masterpieces, and meet many new and old friends. In addition, several field trips and activities have been planned. There are no additional charges for admittance fees for field trips, except for the additional Tween Challenge field trips and activities. Lunch is provided through the Summer Feed Program operated by Scott County Schools. (The Summer Feed Program will usually end the 2nd or 3rd week of July and campers will be responsible for bringing their own lunch!)

Hours Of Operation

Program hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM. Campers must be in attendance by 9:00 AM. There may be some field trips that require children to meet at the site earlier than 7:30 AM. An extended drop off at 7:00 AM and a late pick up by 6:00 PM will also be available for an additional cost of only $15.00 per week! For the extended hours, children will need to be dropped off and picked up at the Pavilion site location.

 Site Locations

KidzWorld is offered at the following site locations:

Brooking Park Concession Building, Brooking Park

Ed Davis Learning Center, 151 Ed Davis Lane

The Pavilion, 140 Pavilion Drive

Scroggin Park Community Building,139 Scroggin Park

 

 

Children ages 4 & 5 are required to enroll in the Lil' Explorers group located at The Pavilion.  Children 6 - 13 have the option of enrolling at The Pavilion, Ed Davis Learning Center, Scroggins Park, or at Brooking Park.  The Tween Challenge will meet at the Ed Davis Learning Center.

Tween Challenge is a component of KIDZWorld offered to campers 10 - 13 years of age. We strive to promote self-confidence, diversity, and leadership skills. Tweens are expected to have self-discipline, tolerance of others, and a sense of fair play. Any camper that chooses to disregard these basic expectations will be required to take at least a week to regroup with the regular 10 - 13 year olds in the KIDZWorld program at The Pavilion or at Brooking Park before they can petition to rejoin the Tween Challenge. Campers will be notified if there are extra costs for the additional activities and field trips.

 

Registration and Fees

We have a limited number of registrations for each location.

The Pavilion -(in the Gymnasium at the Pavilion) 60 maximum per session, Ages 6 - 13
Brooking Park - 45 maximum per session, Ages 6 - 13
Scroggin Park - 30 maximum per session, Ages 6 - 13
Ed Davis Learning Center (EDLC) - 45 per session, Ages 6 - 13
Lil Explorers - (in the Multi-Purpose Room at the Pavilion) 12 maximum per session, Ages 4 & 5 (With special considerations for older campers as needed)
Tween Challenge - (at the EDCL) 24 maximum per session, Ages 10 - 13

Early registration will be accepted February 1 - 28, 2017 for those paying for a full 4 - week session.  A 10% discount will be given at the time of registration for those who register and pay for a full session during this time. That is a cost of only $382.50 per session!  Siblings will receive an additional 5% discount and will pay $363.38 per session! Siblings must be in the same household. Proof of residency may be required. Please note ... if you are registering more than one camper, or you are an Annual Pass Holder, you must call or come to the Pavilion to ensure that discounts have been applied!!!

Regular Registrations will be accepted beginning March 1, 2017.  Registration for Session 1 will end May 25, 2017 and Session 2 will end June 23, 2017. Registration may be completed at the Pavilion, by phone (502) 863 - 7865, or online if you have email information on file. The cost per full 4-week session is $425. The cost for enrolling for a week is $180.

Scholarships will be accepted March 1 - May 25, 2017 only. The Parks and Recreation Department will offer 10 scholarships per session based on need and proof of income and residency. Participant must have a completed scholarship application on file at the Parks office. 

Payment Plans are available from March 1 - May 19, 2017. A minimum of $125 or 20% of the fee must be made per camper at the time of registration. Those choosing the payment plan must make payments at The Pavilion.

1st Payment due at time of registration. (20% of total registration fee)
2nd Payment due by March 17, 2017. (20% of total registration fee)
3rd Payment due by April 7, 2017. (20% of total registration fee)
4th Payment due April 28, 2017. (20% of total registration fee)
Last Payment due by May 19, 2017. (20% of total registration fee) If entire registration fee has not been received by May 19, 2017, registration will be voided and all monies paid will be refunded.

Phone Payments may be made after a registration form has been received. Credit and debit cards are accepted. Inquire at the Parks and Recreation office if you would like to have a payment plan.

  

Refund Policy

If a participant withdraws prior to the first week of a session, all fees paid will be refunded.
If a participant withdraws during the first week of a session, he will be charged the weekly fee of $180. Any other monies paid will be refunded.
No money will be refunded after the first week of a session!
Request for a refund must be written and received by the Parks and Recreation office prior to the second week of the KidzWorld session.

 Sun Screen Policy

KidzWorld is conducted primarily outdoors and it is recommended that all participants protect themselves from the sun and heat by wearing sunscreen and light clothing. It is our company policy that the staff cannot apply or supply sunscreen to any participant, including our 4 and 5 year olds. It is the sole responsibility of the participant's parent or guardian to provide and apply sunscreen. The parent or guardian of any participant assumes the risks regarding their participant's protection from the sun.

If your child is susceptible to sunburn, we suggest that you re-emphasize the importance of him or her re-applying sunscreen every hour. We also strongly suggest that your child wear a white shirt during swimming at the Suffoletta Family Aquatic Center.

Photograph Policy

Georgetown - Scott County Parks and Recreation staff may videotape or take photos of participants in programs and special events, or of people in or on park properties. Those photos may be used for promoting our programs, classes, events, in print, for TV, or on the website and social media.

 

Lunch Information

A daily lunch is provided by the Scott County Schools Summer Feed program. The location and Free Lunch Program  will be at Ed Davis Learning Center, Garth Elementary School,  Ed Davis Learning Center, and Southern Elementary School. Parents may be asked to provide a sack lunch for field trips and on the Summer Feeding program training day which will be announced later. The Summer Feeding Program will usually end during the 2nd or 3rd week in July. Parents are required to send a sack lunch daily for their campers after the Summer Feed lunch program ends.

Also, Wednesdays are stay at the Site days. Campers must bring a sack lunch on Wednesdays except when noted.

  Field Trips

All campers are dropped off and picked up at The Pavilion on Field Trip Days!

Field trips are planned for Cincinnati Zoo, Champs Roller Dome, Belle of Louisville, Jacobson Park, Hummel Planetarium, Chuck E. Cheese, Kentucky Science Center,  Cave Run Beach, and Kentucky Kingdom! (Field trips will be age specific.) There are no additional charges for field trip admittance or activities, except for those participating in the Tween Challenge. Parents are responsible for providing extra money for concessions and souvenirs. Permission slips must be signed by the deadline before any camper will be permitted to attend a field trip. Staff reserve the right to prohibit any camper displaying improper behavior from attending any field trip.   

The Tweens (ages 11 - 13) have Tween Challenge field trips and activities planned that require additional fees.  If a camper chooses to attend a Challenge Adventure, parents must pay the cost of the activity or field trip at the time the permission slip is signed. Payments are made at the front desk. If a camper elects not to participate in a Challenge, he will attend the regular KidzWorld activities. Acceptance into the Tween Challenge is based on a good attitude and campers must have self-discipline. Discipline and behavior issues WILL result in camper forfeiting the Tween Challenge status. If removed from the Tween Challenge, campers will have the option of being placed at The Pavilion or Brooking Parks sites.

 

 Daily Activity Schedule:

 (Schedule may change)

 

 

Brooking Park  at Concession Building
Lunch at Garth Elementary

Monday - Swimming at Aquatic Center

Tuesday - Swimming at The Pavilion

Wednesday - On Site Activities

Thursday - Ed Davis Activities

Friday - Field Trip or Special Activity

 

The Pavilion / Lil Explorers 
Lunch at Southern / EDLC

Monday - Swimming at The Pavilion

Tuesday - SCP Activities

Wednesday - On Site Activities

Thursday - Swimming at Aquatic Center

Friday - Field Trip or Special Activity

 

Ed Davis Learning Center, 151 Ed Davis Lane
Lunch at EDLC

Monday - Swimming at The Pavilion

Tuesday - Swimming at the Aquatic Center

Wednesday - On Site Activities

Thursday - SCP Activities

Friday - Field Trip or Special Activity

 

Scroggin Park Community Center
Lunch at Southern Elementary

Monday - SCP Activities

Tuesday - Swimming at The Pavilion

Wednesday - On Site Activities

Thursday - Swimming at the Aquatic Center

Friday - Field Trip or Special Activity

 

Tweens at Ed Davis Learning Center
Lunch at EDLC

Monday - Challenge Activities

Tuesday - Swimming at The Pavilion

Wednesday - Challenge Activities

Thursday - Swimming at the Aquatic Center

Friday - Field Trip or Special Activity

 

Activities, Dates, and Times are subject to change without notification

 Session 1

  Session 2