Summer CAP

 

SUMMER REGISTRATION CLOSED – See you next year!

 

Takena Summer CAP Activity Calendar 2022

Summer Weekly Themes & Activities 2022

Summer 2022 Lunch Program Menu

Summer Snack Menu – August


2022 Summer Program Information:

Summer CAP is a 10-week program which operates from 6:45 am to 6:00pm each weekday beginning June 21 to August 26, 2022.  CAP’s summer curriculum has been structured with an emphasis on education through STEAM, i.e., science and technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.  The summer program also includes weekly field trips to the Historical Carousel & Museum, Eugene Science Center, Cool! Pool, Discovery Meadows, Takena and Bryant Parks, and more!

The CAP summer program is designed to encourage continued reading throughout the summer as well as supplement the weekly programming curriculum.  Books will be provided that relate to each weekly theme—these books will also be available for children to read throughout the week as well as during designated Reading Club time.  And don’t forget that books are also welcome from home!  Each site will enjoy an end-of-summer party as children work towards and meet the “summer reading minutes” goal!

 

Site Location/Time:

CAP’s summer site opens at  6:45 am and close at 6:00 pm.  CAP’s single summer site location is as follows:

  • Takena CAP – Serving children going into Kindergarten through age 12.  The Takena CAP site is located at 1210 SW 12th Avenue, and may be reached at 541-979-6963.

 

Free Lunch Program:

A USDA Summer Food Service Program lunch will be provided at no charge.  Additionally, CAP provides a morning and afternoon snack for children enrolled in the program.

 

Registration/Payment/Fee Policy:

Registration is completed online through EZChildTrack, including field trip and swimming permission, and must be accompanied by the summer registration fee.  Summer fees are $75 for an individual or $125 for a family.  Additionally, there will be a one-time $50 field trip fee which includes transportation and entrance costs.  CAP operates under a pre-payment program and offers a discount rate for families who qualify.  Summer child care has been divided into one-week service periods.  Payment for each week’s service period will be due the Sunday prior by 10:00 pm.

 

Please see service periods below and their payment due dates.  In order for your child to attend CAP during each one-week service period, you will need to select and pay for needed care dates by the advance payment due date.  Please remember that it will be your responsibility each week to select and pay for your child care needs.

    • June 21 to August 26 – Every Sunday at 10pm for following week’s care
    • July 4, 2022 – Holiday – CAP CLOSED
    • August 29 to September 2, 2022- Closed for school year sites setup

 

Summer Program Rates

Summer License to Operate

Register on EZChildTrack

 

Summer 2022 Information and Guidelines:

The children will be busy with a wide variety of age-appropriate activities customized by staff at each site.  The information below will be helpful in assisting you and your child to have a positive summer experience:

Swimwear – Summer days are long and hot, and we will have many opportunities to visit the Cool! Pool throughout the summer program.  Please send a modest bathing suit/swimming shorts and a towel on pool days to ensure appropriate and comfortable participation.

Water Bottle – Drink, drink, drink! Those dry, dusty summer winds can make any little throat feel dry and scratchy.   There are two options for a water bottle, i.e., a personal water bottle brought daily and taken home each evening for washing OR a purchased bottled water supplied each day.

Quiet Time – Some children just need a little power nap before they can head back out to the playground.  If your child has a favorite blanket/pillow for quiet time, be sure to send it along, as well.

Labeling – Please be sure to label each and every item you send with your child with both their first and last names (i.e., water bottles, sunscreen, pillow, personal belongings, etc.)  This will help keep things organized during field trips and other activities as well as to help keep lost items to a minimum.

Personal Items – Personal items brought from home are always welcome.  However, please understand that CAP is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged items.  If your personal item has monetary or sentimental value, we encourage you to leave it at home.

Extra Supplies – We welcome any type of arts, crafts, toys and/or supply donations (i.e., Kleenex, toilet paper, paper towels, etc.)  And don’t forget – any donation made to CAP is tax deductible!

Meals – Lunch will be provided by the Greater Albany Public School District in partnership with the USDA Summer Food Service Program.  Additionally, CAP provides a morning and afternoon snack for children enrolled in the program.

Field Trips – Please do NOT send money for your child to purchase food, extra items or souvenirs on field trips days.  This eliminates many issues with regards to fairness for all and any inappropriate behavior associated with one having something another does not.  If parents wish to accompany their child they will be responsible for their own entrance fees should one be assessed.  A parent volunteer form must be completed and approved through the criminal background check procedure (a minimum of 2 weeks along with a $47.50 non-refundable application processing fee).

 

 

“The USDA, the State of Oregon and the Greater Albany Public School District are equal opportunity providers and prohibit discrimination in all
USDA programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability.”

 

The Community After-School Program is an equal opportunity provider.”
CAP is a peanut, tree nut, and seafood free program