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2 About Us Attention: The Wilmington Campus is now the George Campus. Delaware Technical Community College offers comprehensive educational opportunities including career, general, developmental and transfer education, lifelong learning, and workforce training. Through the division of Workforce Development and Community Education, a variety of pre-college activities are offered. College staff provide mentoring, education, enrichment and motivation to Delaware s youth. Exceptional programs are developed and delivered to empower and guide youth as they reach personal goals and achieve academic and professional success. In-school, after-school and summer programs are offered at both the Stanton and George Campuses. The Camp Programs represent one of the fastest growing initiatives at the Stanton/George Campus. Our signature program, Camp-On-Campus, allows children to explore a variety of enrichment activities throughout the summer while experiencing the college environment. Each program has been designed to be educational and entertaining and is staffed by experienced educators and camp counselors. STEM Camps provide activities to reinforce competencies required by the state educational standards. Specialty Camps enable students to explore new areas of interest. Career Camps, developed in conjunction with college faculty and members of the business community, provide students with relevant, age-appropriate career awareness experiences. The size of each camp is limited and openings are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Check out all that Delaware Tech has to offer and register early! An Equal Opportunity Institution It is the policy of the College that no person shall, on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, national origin, age disability, sexual orientation (defined exclusively as heterosexuality, homosexuality, or bisexuality), or genetic information be subjected to any discrimination prohibited by the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, as amended; Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972; the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 and other applicable laws, regulations and Executive Orders. This policy applies to recruitment, employment and subsequent placement, training, promotion, compensation, continuation, probation, discharge and other terms and conditions of employment over which the College has jurisdiction as well as to all educational programs and activities. The College has designated a Civil Rights Coordinator, who serves as the College s Title IX Coordinator and the College s ADA/Section 504 Coordinator, to carry out its commitment to equal opportunity and nondiscrimination. Inquiries or complaints by students or employees regarding the College s nondiscrimination policies may be addressed to: Dr. Valencia Lynn Beaty, Assistant Vice President for Civil Rights, Office of the President, P.O. Box 897, Dover, DE 19903, call or George (Wilmington) Campus Stanton Campus Table of Contents Ages 5-8: Junior Specialty Camps...4 Ages 5-15: Camp-On-Campus...4 Ages 9-12: STEM Camps...5 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Specialty Camps...6 Ages 9-15: Sports Camps...7 Free Camps...7 and 18 Ages 13-15: Career Camps...8 Camp Registration Forms...10 Sibling Discount Form...16 Financial Assistance Form...17 Spring Break Registration Form...19 Pre-registration for all camps is required. Walk-ins the day of camp are not accepted. Camp information number: Camp fax number: Additional camp forms available online: 2

3 Attention: The Wilmington Campus is now the George Campus. General Camp Information Weekly Camp Schedule Sign up for 1 week or all 9 weeks June 8-12 July 6-10 June July June July June 29 - July 2 (closed July 3)* July *Adjusted rate August 3-7 Daily Camp Schedule For ages 5-15 in all camps 7:30-8:45... Before Care 8:45-9:00...Sign In 9:00-12:00...Camp Activities 12:00-12:30...Lunch 12:30...Field Trip Departure 1:00-3:30...Field Trips 3:30-3:45...Return to Campus 3:45-4:00...Sign Out 4:00-6:00...Extended Care Sign In / Sign Out: All campers must be escorted by parents or guardians into the main lobby and signed in with our camp staff between 8:45 am and 9 am. Late arrivals should check in at the Workforce Development and Community Education office. Any camper arriving before 8:45 am and/or not picked up by 4 pm will be assigned to our extended care program and a fee of $10 per child will be due at the time of drop-off and/ or pick-up. Extended Care: Delaware Tech s Extended Care Program, available at both campuses, includes games, competitions, afternoon movie matinees and much more! Campers at the Stanton Campus also enjoy activities in our college-sized gymnasium such as volleyball, basketball and popular group games. Extended hours start at 7:30 am and end at 6 pm. Online registration now available: Open House 6-8 pm June 3, Stanton Campus June 4, George Campus Enroll Early! Get the camp you want. Come see what all the fun is about. For information, call Pick up your preordered t-shirts at Open House. FAQs Will my child go on a field trip? All campers participate in afternoon recreational activities in addition to several weekly field trips. What if I need to pick up my child early from camp? If your child has to leave early, please pick them up by 12:30 pm on campus. There are no pick-ups allowed during field trips. Due to the nature of our field trips, we cannot arrange pick-ups while a camper is on a field trip. When should I register for camp? Registration begins February 9 with final payment required by 4:30 pm on the Monday prior to each week s camp start date. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Do I need to make a deposit to register? Yes, a non-refundable deposit of $50 per child, per week is due with your application. Pre-registration is required. The $50 is applied to your balance. Does the camp program offer extended care? Yes, the extended care program begins at 7:30 am and ends at 6 pm. The fee is $30 per week. Will there be any additional fees? All camp activity fees are included in the cost. Additional fees are charged only if you utilize the extended care program. Will my child be able to bring his/her own equipment? The camp will provide all the equipment children will need unless specified. Please do not bring personal equipment, electronic devices or cell phones to camp. Does my child need to bring a lunch? Your child may bring a brown bag lunch. He or she may also purchase food in the College café. The café does offer prepaid plans throughout the summer. Please see café staff for more information. How should my child dress for camp? Children should come dressed to participate in athletic and artistic activities. Wear sneakers, not flip-flops. Who works on the camp staff? Our staff is comprised of teachers, counselors and college students from the local area. What is the counselor/camper ratio? We follow state guidelines for counselor/camper ratio. Therefore, 9- to 15-year-olds will have a 1:10 ratio; 7- to 8-year-olds will have a 1:9 ratio; and 5- to 6-year-olds will have a 1:5 ratio. What if the camp I want is full? Your name will be placed on our waiting list. You will be notified no later than the Wednesday before the camp begins if a spot becomes available. 3

4 Attention: The Wilmington Campus is now the George Campus. Camp-On-Campus Ages 5-15 What is Camp-On-Campus? Students ages 5-12* can join us at the Stanton or George Campus for indoor classroom activities, outdoor athletic games and afternoon field trips. Plenty of on campus activities give your child a rewarding learning experience while guaranteeing a summer filled with excitement and fun. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. *All five year olds must have completed kindergarten Highlights: College campus experience Small class sizes organized by age Students are in college classrooms with the latest technology Both indoor and outdoor activities daily Learn while having fun Activities Include: Arts and crafts Guided computer use Athletics, games and activities daily Guest speakers from the college and local community organizations Science experiments and activities weekly Field Trips: Various trips offered weekly. See the weekly newsletter for details. Previous Guest Topics: Juggling Fire Safety Historical Workshops Nature Presentations Musical Performers A B C 4 Junior Specialty Camps Ages 5-8 Bricks 4 Kidz Camp Bricks 4 Kidz is a hands-on experience that teaches science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Through working with the LEGO technic bricks, they count, learn about gravity, torque, gears, ratios, friction, asymmetry and much more. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/15-6/19 Stanton Campus 8/3-8/7 Stanton Campus Creation Station Camp Unleash your creativity in this art camp. Campers will use a variety of mediums to show their creative ideas! Hands-on crafts with paint, markers and glue will excite any young Picasso. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/22-6/26 George Campus 7/6-7/10 Stanton Campus Messy Science Camp Campers will have fun with this camp as they get their hands dirty testing theories and creating hypotheses for experiments. This camp is for the inquisitive youngster. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/22-6/26 Stanton Campus 8/3-8/7 George Campus *4th of July holiday rate applies. Minion Camp Embark on a week long adventure of exploration, mystery solving, engineering, construction and science experiments. This camp includes hands-on activities, games, planning and design, as well as execution. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/20-7/24 Stanton Campus Music Explorers Join us for an exciting week of music, fun and creativity. Each day will be packed with singing, music, games and hands-on experiences with instruments. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/27-7/31 Stanton Campus No Bake Cooking Camp This camp teaches our younger campers how to measure and how to mix up fun treats for family and friends. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/29-7/2* Stanton Campus Princess Camp Laugh, giggle, and have fun learning what real life princesses do. Campers are encouraged to wear their favorite princess attire. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/13-7/17 Stanton Campus 7/27-7/31 George Campus A Week Of Windows An intro to MS word, MS PowerPoint and MS Excel are included. Learn basic computer functions and create a fun project by the end of the week. Digital pictures will be taken of each camper to include in projects. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/20-7/24 Stanton Campus

5 Attention: The Wilmington Campus is now the George Campus. STEM Camps Ages 9-12 Delaware Tech s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Camps for ages 9-12 give your child a chance to expand on knowledge of disciplines such as computers and science while having fun. Each camp provides activities to reinforce competencies required by the Delaware State Educational Standards. Camps are taught by college instructors, local high school and middle school teachers, and professionals from the community. Bricks 4 Kidz Camp Bricks 4 Kidz is a hands-on experience that teaches science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Through working with the LEGO technic bricks, they count, learn about gravity, torque, gears, ratios, friction, asymmetry and much more. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/8-6/12 Stanton Campus Computer Kids Camp Campers must have an address prior to camp. Using state-of-the-art college computer facilities, campers will participate in various computer-related activities using kid-friendly websites and Microsoft Office applications. Practice keyboarding skills, develop a PowerPoint presentation, create digital art, and learn about Internet safety. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/29-7/2 George Campus Crime Solving by Math Camp Watch episodes of the television show Numb3rs and use the same tactics as the detectives used to solve crimes. Learn how to do the Cryptic Byword Puzzles in the paper and how to play the game Mafia. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/6-7/10 Stanton Campus Mad Scientist Nothing to get upset about, these campers will test theories using the Scientific Method with hands-on experiments and activities. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/29-7/2* Stanton Campus 7/13-7/17 Stanton Campus 7/27-7/31 George Campus Math Skills and Games Camp Have fun while sharpening math skills. Calculator games, mazes, puzzles, and hands-on projects spark interest and imagination in problem-solving techniques. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/20-7/24 Stanton Campus Minecraft Camp Campers use the ever popular Minecraft video game to build worlds, solve puzzles and create together. Campers have specific goals and challenges each day, which they take on both individually and by playing together as a group. Both newcomers and experienced Minecraft players are invited to have fun and learn together this summer. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/15-6/19 George Campus 6/29-7/2 Stanton Campus 7/13-7/17 Stanton Campus Wonders Of Web Design Camp Campers must have an address prior to camp. Campers will study web design and the creation of websites. Websites will be evaluated for valid content and good design techniques. Internet safety will also be discussed. Campers will create a website using a free online service. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 8/3-8/7 George Campus *4th of July holiday rate applies. 5

6 Attention: The Wilmington Campus is now the George Campus. Specialty Camps Ages 9-12 Specialty Camps allow children ages 9 to 12 to express their creativity throughout the summer by participating in weekly camps like cooking, acting and photography. Explore new areas of interest while making new friends at camp. Cooking Camp Gain experience creating entrees and baking desserts. Learn to measure, estimate and read recipes. Campers learn basic recipes while covering different topics and meals. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/8-6/12 Stanton Campus 8/3-8/7 Stanton Campus No Bake Cooking Camp Healthy snacks and delectable desserts all without baking! This camp teaches campers how to measure and how to mix up fun treats for family and friends. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/13-7/17 George Campus Creation Station Camp Unleash your creativity in this art camp for the young artist in your family. Campers will use a variety of mediums to show their creative ideas! Hands-on crafts with paint, markers and glue will excite any young Picasso. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/29-7/2* Stanton Campus Cupcakes with Kids Camp It s cupcake time! Learn how to safely work your way around a kitchen and bake yummy cupcakes from scratch. Make delicious icings, and go beyond chocolate and vanilla to create your unique cupcake design. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/6-7/10 Stanton Campus Creative Writing Camp Unleash your creativity in this writing clinic. Learn creative ways to add sparkle to writing projects. Work in the college s computer lab, transferring handwritten creative pieces to word processing software. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/8-6/12 George Campus 7/27-7/31 Stanton Campus Delaware Tech Sim Society Camp Learn skills in a variety of categories, such as banking, arts and crafts by producing and selling their items to each other with self-made currency. Budgeting skills will be taught and reviewed as well as production of items, supply and demand. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 8/3-8/7 Stanton Campus DJ Hero Camp Campers will play DJ Hero, Guitar Hero and other games and activities to prepare them to experiment with real DJ equipment from DJ Amaze. Campers who love music, technology and electronic games will love this hands-on musical adventure camp. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/27-7/31 Stanton Campus Incredible Edible Art Camp See what the expression It looks good enough to eat means. Learn how to construct edible creations that you gobble right up! Campers will leave camp with their own recipe book and instructional book on how to create edible art. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/22-6/26 Stanton Campus Jewelry Design and Creation Camp Be creative! Show your style and learn to make your own jewelry. All materials and supplies provided. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/20-7/24 Stanton Campus Kids on the Runway Camp Campers will focus on the fundamentals such as pattern making, stitching and sewing on machines. Design clothing from scratch, create mood boards, sketches and have fun bedazzling your garment for the runway! All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/22-6/26 Stanton Campus Magic Camp Learn magic as a performing art and join us for a Friday presentation. Campers will entertain by showing what they have learned in trick staging and creating illusions. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/20-7/24 George Campus *4th of July holiday rate applies. 6

7 Attention: The Wilmington Campus is now the George Campus. FREE Energizing STEM Education Camps (This program is made possible by the National Science Foundation) Renewable Energy Camp Middle school students will use hands-on activities to explore engineering and design concepts as they construct solar ovens to make s mores, build solar cars and wind turbines, and build and program LEGO Mindstorms NXT solar trackers and wind stations. 7/6 7/10 Stanton Campus Sports Camps Ages 9-15 Delaware Tech s co-ed Sports Camps for ages 9 to 15 are held at the Stanton Campus gymnasium or athletic fields. Sports camps are taught by local coaches and current and past college athletes. Basketball Camp Improve basic basketball skills focusing on dribbling, rebounding, shooting and passing. Team building and teamwork will be part of skills addressed. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/15-6/19 Stanton Campus 8/3-8/7 Stanton Campus Cheerleading Camp Learn the basics of cheerleading. Activities include dance, cheers, jumps and making spirit posters. All these activities will be included in an end of the week performance. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/6-7/10 Stanton Campus Sustainability in Your Backyard Students in grades 3-5 will explore ways to promote sustainability in their own backyards. Campers will identify plants and animals, discover how worms create healthy soil, how plants are used to attract beneficial insects and birds, and how to create their own gardens. 6/22-6/26 Stanton Campus Soccer Camp Improve soccer skills focusing on offensive and defensive drills, goal keeping, teamwork and fitness drills. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/22-6/29 Stanton Campus Super Sports Camp Basketball, soccer, baseball and hockey; just a taste of all the different sports we will explore and learn about in this variety sports camp. Play your favorites or learn a new sport. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/27-7/31 Stanton Campus Space limited to 12 participants, with a selective application process. Applications due May 6, Contact Lisa Schetrompf at to receive applications. Morning only (9:00 noon) After-care available for a fee through our Summer Camp program. 7

8 Attention: The Wilmington Campus is now the George Campus. Career Camps Ages Start career exploration in one of the many Career Camps, for ages 13 to 15, with Delaware Tech s professional and experienced instructors in the fields of Arts, Engineering and Law Enforcement. Campers are given a preview of the career options available to them. App Creation Camp Teens that are into technology (and what teen isn t!?) will enjoy creating their own applications that are mobile-ready. Utilizing the college computer labs, campers will analyze current applications for pros and cons and create their own mobile app. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/15-6/19 Stanton Campus 7/27-7/31 George Campus Beauty Camp Develop self-esteem and self-confidence as well as respect for self and others in our Beauty Camp. There will be makeovers, skin care, manicures, pedicures and hair oh my! Practice hands-on techniques and learn about your personal and unique style. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/22-6/26 Stanton Campus Digital Editing Camp Campers will learn beginner and intermediate skill level digital photo editing to make images more appealing and have more control over the final output. This digital editing camp will use both free downloadable Google Picasa software and a trial version of Adobe PhotoShop to teach photo editing skills. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 8/3-8/7 Stanton Campus DJ Camp A camp taught by DJ Amaze! Students learn to interact with music in a more hands-on method. The Disc Jockey is known as the foundation of popular music with the ability to promote, share and remix songs. Campers are introduced to the art of DJ ing, use of equipment, various techniques for mixing music and career opportunities. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/6-7/10 Stanton Campus Master Chef Protégé Camp Sharpen up your culinary skills and stir up creativity. Campers will explore and learn kitchen safety, proper food handling, food preparation, cooking and baking techniques, as well as presentation skills. Campers will create, prepare and taste a variety of foods and cover additional topics such as table setting, manners and much more! All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/15-6/19 Stanton Campus 7/27-7/31 Stanton Campus Comic Book Illustration Camp This camp teaches basic concept development, drawing, design, and illustration principles of comic book design including lettering, inking, coloring and plot design. A professional illustrator will answer your questions and improve your technique. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/6-7/10 George Campus CSI/Crime Scene Investigation Camp Learn the importance of securing a crime scene, searching for clues, and processing the evidence collected. Put your knowledge to work and solve the crime! All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/29-7/2* Stanton Campus Cybersecurity Camp Cybersecurity STEM Camp is designed to provide foundational knowledge of cyber security and to solidify career decisions of students interested in pursuing this vastly growing career field. Activities are fun, hands-on and STEM focused. Topics include cyber-attacks, cyber ethics, privacy, security, intrusion detection, penetration testing, cryptography and digital forensics. Attendees will also learn from a series of gaming, simulation activities, and explore the interconnections of science, math, technology, and computers. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/13-7/17 Stanton Campus Mind Your Own Business Camp This camp is designed to build the skills, capabilities and confidence of future and existing entrepreneurs by incorporating hands-on learning activities, guest speakers and field trips to local businesses. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/20-7/24 Stanton Campus Portrait Drawing and Painting Camp Campers will learn the basics necessary to draw and paint the human face. They will learn about contour (shapes, widths and proportion), how to work from the general to the specific, and learn how to use light and shadow to create the 3D forms of the human head. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 7/20-7/24 George Campus Wonders Of Web Design Camp Campers must have an address prior to camp. Campers will study web design and the creation of websites. Websites will be evaluated for valid content and good design techniques. Internet safety will also be discussed. Campers will create a website using a free online service. All camps are 9 am - noon with recreational field trips in the afternoon. 6/8-6/12 Stanton Campus *4th of July holiday rate applies. 8

9 Attention: The Wilmington Campus is now the George Campus. How to Reach Us Camp hours 9 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday Extended Care 7:30 am - 6 pm Stanton Campus 400 Stanton-Christiana Road, Newark, DE George Campus 333 N Shipley Street, Wilmington, DE Phone: Fax: Public Safety: Stanton Campus George Campus Website: Safety and Discipline Campers will be notified of the safety rules on the first day of camp. Campers will be reminded to make safe choices when necessary, and will be responsible for the decisions they make. Please do not send a sick child to camp. Discipline problems will be handled in the following manner; 1. Individual behavior problems will be handled by the counselors. 2. If problems persist, the camper will be referred to the camp manager and the parents will be notified. 3. If problem continues to exist, the camper will be dismissed from camp and will not be permitted to return. Refunds will not be granted if campers are dismissed from camp. Automatic dismissal from camp may occur at the camp manager s discretion. Registration Steps Checklist: q 1. Complete the Registration Forms* (camp registration forms - five pages, financial aid and/or sibling discount if applicable) *Extra forms available online at q 2. Registration Options Online: Follow the link on Mail: Mail your forms and payment to: DTCC - Attn: Camp Office - Rm. A Stanton-Christiana Road Newark, DE Fax: Fax forms to scanned forms to All registration forms regardless of which campus location you are registering for must be returned to the Stanton Campus. Payment Options: Payment may be made by check (made payable to DTCC), cash, VISA, MasterCard and Discover. Spaces will not be held without payment Please note: The $50 deposit is applied to the balance. This is not an extra fee. Carefully read and understand the refund and transfer policy on page 11. q 3. Call your doctor Have immunizations sent to the Stanton Campus address above or faxed to We must receive immunizations prior to start of camp. q 4. Confirmation You will receive confirmation in the mail within 7-10 business days. Please be aware we cannot return phone messages regarding inquiries of fax receipt due to the high volume of incoming registrations during camp season. Please check your fax machine to confirm receipt. Reminders: Completely fill in all five pages of the registration form, include your signature where applicable and include payment. Incomplete registrations will not be processed Call with any questions. SPECIAL NOTE: When completing the financial aid form, a $50 deposit is required if you re reserving a spot in one of our camps. 9

10 2015 Summer Camp Registration Form 1 of Summer Camp Registration Form All forms can be found online: q New Camper q Returning Camper Office Use Only: Identification Number Age: Gender: Camper s Name: (Last) (First) Last four of SS: Birth Date: (Required) Street Address: School Attending : City: State: Zip: Parent/Guardian (used to confirm registration) Parent/Guardian Work-Company Name: 1st Parent/Guardian Name: Are there custody arrangements we should know about? q Yes q No Please provide documentation if applicable. 2nd Parent/Guardian Name: Home Phone #: Home Phone #: Work Phone #: Work Phone #: Cell Phone #: Cell Phone #: Emergency Contact: (Please provide the name of someone NOT listed above - parents/guardians listed above will always be contacted first) Name: Relationship: Phone #: Parent Guardian Consent: The following individuals are authorized to pick up my child at the end of the camp day: Name: Relationship: Phone #: Name: Relationship: Phone #: Name: Relationship: Phone #: Health Related Information: Allergies: Physicians Name: Phone #: Name of Primary Health Insurance: Group Number: Agreement Number: How did you hear about our camp? Opt-in to receive information about camps via by checking the box q. Please Note: All sections of this registration form must be completed in their entirety. Incomplete information can result in delays in processing your child s camp registration. Please take a moment to make sure that all information is accurate. Mail or Fax your completed forms and a copy of your child s immunization records to: Delaware Technical Community College Attn: Camp Office A Stanton-Christiana Road, Newark, DE Phone Fax The information requested below is optional and is used for statistical purposes only. Ethnic origin: q African-American q Caucasian q Hispanic/Latino q Asian/Pacific Islander q Native American/Alaskan q Other:

11 2015 Summer Camp Registration Form 2 of 6 Summer Camp Authorization Form Camper s Name: Due to state of Delaware Public Health requirements, we are obligated to have on file current immunization records for all campers attending our camp. You must provide a photocopy of your child s immunization record that indicates they are up to date on the following immunizations: Diphtheria Rubella Measles Tetanus Mumps (Please print) I, hereby give my consent to Delaware Technical Community College, who will be caring for my child, to arrange for emergency/medical/surgical/dental care and treatment (including diagnostic procedures) necessary to preserve the health of my child. I acknowledge that I am responsible for all reasonable charges in connection with any care and treatment rendered. Medical Instructions If it is necessary for your child to receive medication during camp, please do the following: 1. Give the medication to the camp coordinator (or send the medication to camp with an adult if you are unable to bring it yourself). A Medication Form which authorizes staff to administer medication must be completed. 2. Send medication in the original container (with date) properly labeled with the following information: Correct name of individual receiving medication Time medication is to be taken Amount of dosage individual is to receive Authorization for Summer Camp(s) and Extended Care I understand that Delaware Technical Community College will not assume responsibility for accidents and/or medical or dental expenses received as a result of participation in the camp/s. I give permission to Delaware Technical Community College to dispense the medication(s) listed on the Medication Administration Form, if any, to my child according to the information provided above. In the event that the emergency contacts cannot be reached, I hereby grant Delaware Technical Community College permission to give whatever immediate treatment is necessary and/or take my child to the nearest Hospital Emergency Room. On behalf of myself and my child, I release Delaware Technical Community College, its trustees, officers, faculty, and employees from any and all claims arising from emergency treatment and/or administration of medication with respect to my child. I understand that no reduction in the tuition will be made for late arrival or early departure. I understand that no part of my tuition will be returned if my child should be dismissed from camp. I give Delaware Technical Community College consent to use the name and/or photograph/video of my child for inclusion in promotional and informational and other materials which the College or its staff in its sole discretion consider to be of benefit to the College. This includes (but is not limited to) newspaper, television and brochures. I waive the right to approve such uses and I release Delaware Technical Community College from any liability in connection therewith. Permission is hereby granted for my child to attend all scheduled field trips and off-campus activities scheduled in connection with the camp. I understand and acknowledge that participation in the camp and related activities carries with it the possible risk of physical injury. On behalf of my child, I assume all such risk of physical injury and hereby release and forever discharge Delaware Technical Community College, its trustees, officers, faculty, and employees from any and all liability, claims, expenses or losses arising from bodily injuries or damage to people or property resulting from my child s involvement and participation in the camp. I further acknowledge and agree that I will be fully responsible for any and all losses or damages that my child inflicts upon any person or upon the College facilities during participation in the camp. Deposits: The first fifty dollars ($50) of your camp payment is considered a deposit to hold your child s camp seat. Deposits are nonrefundable but it is possible that the deposit may be transferred according to the Transfer Policy below. Refund: If your child is unable to attend a camp in which he/she is enrolled, you may request a refund for any amount paid over and above the $50 deposit. You must make your request in writing to Workforce Development and Community Education via U.S. mail, fax or at the address/number located on the previous page. The request must be received by the close of business on the Monday prior to the Monday that your child is scheduled to begin camp. Please note that refunds for payments may take six to eight weeks to process. Transfer Policy: If your child is unable to attend a camp in which he/she is enrolled, you may request a transfer of the amount paid against that camp to another camp week that your child is not previously enrolled in, within the same camp season.you may not combine deposits to pay a balance for another camp week previously enrolled in. You must make your request in writing to Workforce Development and Community Education via U.S. mail, fax or at the address/number located at the bottom of the page 1 of 5 of the registration forms. The request for the transfer of a deposit must be received by the close of business on the Monday prior to the Monday of the camp week that your child was scheduled to attend. I have carefully read all of the information, policies and procedures above and in the camp booklet (and/or website) and I agree to all the terms and conditions. I am the legal guardian of the camper. Parent/Guardian Signature: Date:

12 Attention: The Wilmington Campus is now the George Campus Summer Camp Registration Form 3 of 6 Camper s Name: (Last) (First) Office Use Only: Identification Number: Mark an X to indicate the camp(s) or extended care you are signing up for under the Select column. June 8 - June 12 Week 1 Ages Camp Campus Select (x) Extended Care (x) 5-15 Camp-On-Campus Stanton 9-12 Bricks 4 Kidz Camp Stanton 9-12 Cooking Camp Stanton Wonder of Web Design Camp Stanton 5-15 Camp-On-Campus George 9-12 Creative Writing Camp George June 15 - June 19 Week 2 Ages Camp Campus Select (x) Extended Care (x) 5-8 Bricks 4 Kidz Camp Stanton 5-15 Camp-On-Campus Stanton 9-15 Basketball Camp Stanton App Creation Camp George Master Chef Protégé Camp Stanton 5-15 Camp-On-Campus George 9-12 Minecraft Camp George June 22 - June 26 Week 3 Ages Camp Campus Select (x) Extended Care (x) 5-8 Messy Science Camp Stanton 5-15 Camp-On-Campus Stanton 9-12 Incredible Edible Art Camp Stanton 9-12 Kids on the Run Way Camp Stanton 9-15 Soccer Camp Stanton Beauty Camp Stanton 5-8 Creation Station Camp George 5-15 Camp-On-Campus George June 29 - July 2 (Reduced Rate Week) Week 4 Ages Camp Campus Select (x) Extended Care (x) 5-8 No Bake Cooking Camp Stanton 5-15 Camp-On-Campus Stanton 9-12 Creation Station Camp Stanton 9-12 Mad Scientist Camp Stanton 9-12 Minecraft Camp Stanton Crime Scene Investigation Camp Stanton 5-15 Camp-On-Campus George 9-12 Computer Kids Camp George July 6 - July 10 Week 5 Ages Camp Campus Select (x) Extended Care (x) 5-8 Creation Station Camp Stanton 5-15 Camp-On-Campus Stanton 9-12 Crime Solving by Math Camp Stanton 9-12 Cupcakes with Kids Camp Stanton 9-15 Cheerleading Camp Stanton DJ Camp Stanton 5-15 Camp-On-Campus George Comic Book Illustration Camp George Weeks continued next page. 12

13 Attention: The Wilmington Campus is now the George Campus Summer Camp Registration Form 4 of 6 July 13 - July 17 Week 6 Ages Camp Campus Select (x) Extended Care (x) 5-8 Princess Camp Stanton 5-15 Camp-On-Campus Stanton 9-12 Mad Scientist Camp Stanton 9-12 Minecraft Camp Stanton Cybersecurity Camp Stanton 5-15 Camp-On-Campus George 9-12 No Bake Cooking Camp George July 20 - July 24 Week 7 Ages Camp Campus Select (x) Extended Care (x) 5-8 Minion Camp Stanton 5-8 Week of Windows Camp Stanton 5-15 Camp-On-Campus Stanton 9-12 Jewelry Design Camp Stanton 9-12 Math Skills and Games Camp Stanton 9-15 Supersports Camp Stanton Mind Your Own Business Camp Stanton 5-15 Camp-On-Campus George 9-12 Magic Camp George Portrait Drawing and Painting Camp George July 27 - July 31 Week 8 Ages Camp Campus Select (x) Extended Care (x) 5-8 Music Explorers Camp Stanton 5-15 Camp-On-Campus Stanton 9-12 Creative Writing Camp Stanton 9-12 DJ Hero Camp Stanton 9-15 Supersports Camp Stanton Master Chef Protégé Camp Stanton 5-8 Princess Camp George 5-15 Camp-On-Campus George 9-12 Mad Scientist Camp George App Creation Camp George August 3 - August 7 Week 9 Ages Camp Campus Select (x) Extended Care (x) 5-8 Bricks 4 Kidz Camp Stanton 5-15 Camp-On-Campus Stanton 9-12 Cooking Camp Stanton 9-12 Delaware Tech s Sim Society Camp Stanton 9-15 Basketball Camp Stanton Digital Editing Camp Stanton 5-8 Messy Science Camp George 5-15 Camp-On-Campus George 9-12 Wonder of Web Design Camp George Please note: All camp changes must be submitted to the camp office in writing. No verbal cancellations, changes or additions will be accepted. 13

14 2015 Summer Camp Registration Form 5 of 6 Summer Camp T-Shirts are here! For only $7 a t-shirt, you can wear a new one every day. Get one for Mom, Dad and all your siblings. Child sizes available in small, medium and large. Adult sizes available in small, medium, large and extra large. Camp t-shirt Select size(s): Children q S q M q L Adult size(s): q S q M q L q XL Total number of t-shirts x $7 = (Repeat this amount on line 6 below) Pick up your t-shirts during Open House. Stanton Campus 6/3 George Campus 6/4 HELPFUL PAYMENT CALCULATOR BOX Summer Camp cost per week $180 Extended Care per week $30 Please complete one form per child. Additional forms are available online at Payment Method: q Cash q Discover q Visa q MasterCard q Check (Check # ) Make checks payable to: DTCC Number of camps requested x $180 = If you re registering for a camp during the 4th of July Week 4 (June 29 - July 2) enter the discounted rate of $144 Number of extended care weeks requested x $30 = Total cost for camp: Number of camps requested x $50 = (Total deposit due at time of registration) = + = - Camp balance remaining to pay: Line 6: total t-shirt amount from above = Card Number: CVC #: Exp Date: Amount Authorized $ Name on Card: Cardholder Signature: For billing purposes, please enter the cardholder s address if different from the registering camper s mailing address: Street Address: City: State: Zip: 14

15 Attention: The Wilmington Campus is now the George Campus Off-Campus Activities Permission and Release Form 6 of 6 To Be Completed by the College: Camp Date(s): June 8 thru August 7, 2015 Details: Variety of trips throughout New Castle County and surrounding areas. Details for each weekly trip to be distributed weekly to parents via Weekly Newsletter Camp Transportation: Certified and licensed bus company to be determined by the College. To Be Completed by Guardian: Name of Child: Age: I authorize the College to provide my child with transportation to and from the camp. List All Special Needs or Problems of Child Requiring Special Attention During Transportation Provided by the College for the Camp: I, the undersigned parent or guardian of, (Print Name) hereby grant permission for my child to participate in all of the activities, including those occurring off of property owned or controlled by the College, scheduled for the camp. My permission extends to all activities listed on this form or which may occur during the course of the camp. My permission includes the transportation listed above as provided by the College unless I have indicated otherwise on this form. In the event that I have chosen to arrange my child s transportation to and from the camp, I acknowledge that the College, its employees, agents, and trustees, have no liability arising out of and from the transportation of my child to and from these activities. I further understand that all of the terms, conditions, and information contained in the 2015 Camp on Campus Authorization Form as submitted by me on behalf of my child, including the assumption of the risks of camp activities, medical authorization, promotional authorization and such related releases of liability shall apply during my child s participation in the activities occurring off of property owned or controlled by the College scheduled for the camp as well as during the College s transportation of my child in conjunction with these camp activities. I HAVE CAREFULLY READ ALL OF THE INFORMATION ON THIS FORM AND VOLUNTARILY AGREE TO ALL TERMS AND CONDITIONS. I AM THE LEGAL GUARDIAN OF THE CAMPER AND UNDERSTAND THAT THE INFORMATION, TERMS, AND CONDITIONS CONTAINED ON THIS FORM SHALL SERVE AS A RELEASE AND ASSUMPTION OF LIABIL- ITY FOR MY HEIRS, EXECUTORS, AND ADMINISTRATORS. Signature: (Mother, Father or Legal Guardian) Date: 15

16 2015 Summer Camp Sibling Discount Form Parent/Guardian s Name: Second Parent/Guardian s Name: Street Address: City: State: Zip: Phone #1: Phone #2: Please fill in all the items below: (You may not use BOTH the Sibling Discount and Financial Assistance for the same week of camp) First Camper s Name: Last four of SS: DOB: Second Camper s Name: Last four of SS: DOB: Third Camper s Name: Last four of SS: DOB: Please check below the week(s) that sibling children will attend camp together: (Campers must be attending the same week(s) of camp to receive discount): q Week 1 q Week 2 q Week 3 q Week 4 q Week 5 q Week 6 q Week 7 q Week 8 q Week 9 6/8-6/12 6/5-6/19 6/22-6/26 6/29-7/2 7/6-7/10 7/13-7/17 7/20-7/24 7/27-7/31 8/3-8/7 Please list any special circumstances regarding your sibling discount application: (You may attach additional pages if neccesary) I certify that the above listed children are siblings and reside in the same household. Parent Signature: Date: For Office use only: ID Camper 1 ID Camper 2 Received by: Entered by: 16

17 2015 Summer Camp Financial Assistance Form To apply for financial assistance, please complete this form, enclose your registration forms and deposit. Please note that financial assistance is income-based and availability of funds varies from year to year. Only completed applications with required documents will be considered. Camper s Name: (Last) (First) Last four of SS#: Birth Date: (Required) Parent/Guardian s Name: (Last) (First) Last four of SS#: Street Address: City: State: Zip: Phone #1: Phone #2: Additional persons in household: Name Age Name Age Name Age Name Age To process your application, we will need one of the following information for all adults in the household to verify household income. Please submit 2014 federal return, as well as copies of the following information when applicable: q Last two pay stubs q Social Security or disability checks (or bank statement q Retirement/pension income statement showing amount of automatic monthly deposit) q Child support statement q State assistance (WIC, TANF, AFDC, and/or DHCP) q Unemployment check stubs (last two) q Self-employed: Attach schedule C or appropriate tax forms NOTE: If you did not file or you do not have a copy of your tax return, you may obtain one by calling the Internal Revenue Service at I verify that all the information provided is correct, complete and accurate. I verify that my child lives with me and we reside in New Castle County, Delaware. If my situation changes, I agree to notify the Camp Program within 10 days or my scholarship may be revoked. Parent Signature: Date: Please describe any special circumstance that should be taken into consideration when reviewing your application for a summer camp financial assistance: (You may attach additional pages if neccesary) Please note: Financial assistance is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Deadline for submission of all the required documentation is May 8, You are encouraged to submit all forms as early as possible. Financial assistance is awarded by May 29, For Office use only: Received by: Date: Committee Representative: Scholarship Granted: q Yes q No Amount of Award: Date Award / Decision Letter Mailed: 17

18 FREE Science Camps offered throughout Delaware Join us for one of the science-related camps below, offered throughout the State of Delaware. All camps run from Monday-Friday, 9 am 4 pm. (This program is made possible by the National Science Foundation EPSCoR Grant No. IIA and the State of Delaware.) Crust to Core For 6th Grade Students Explore the planet from a geological point of view! Learn about geology through games, experiments and exploration. You ll learn about rocks, minerals, fossils, stalactites, quick sand, crystals and more. Stanton Campus July 6-10 Dover Campus July Georgetown Campus July Track your Way through Watersheds For 7th Grade Students Join us for a weeklong adventure in the great outdoors. Learn hands-on techniques used by environmental scientists today. Peer into the world of living plants and animals and explore aquatic and natural environments to determine the health of watersheds. The camp also features a GPS discovery trail, where satellites will help guide you along your way. Stanton Campus July Dover Campus July Georgetown Campus July Energize the Future For 8th Grade Students Explore methods and solutions for reducing our carbon footprint, using hands-on activities in state-of-the-art college laboratories. You will use engineering and design concepts to construct a solar oven to make nachos and s mores, build and race a solar car, build and test a wine turbine, and use LEGO Mindstorms NXT to build and program a solar tracker and wind station. Stanton Campus July Dover Campus July Georgetown Campus August 3-7 For information and/or to request an application, contact: Dover Georgetown Stanton Applications will be reviewed and students will be selected based upon their interest in science and commitment to the program. Applications are also available online at Spring Break Camp - April 6-10, 2015 Delaware Tech offers a spring break camp for kids ages 5 to 12 at the Stanton Campus. Give your kids a week of fun and learning including athletics, games, computer instruction, art activities and guest speakers. Campers also participate in a variety of off-campus recreational activities including bowling, roller skating and museum trips. April 6-10, 9 am-4 pm Trips and activities daily $180 per week or $38 per day Extended care available from 7:30 am-6:00 pm ($30 per week or $10 per day) Register online at go.dtcc.edu/swcamps, use the registration form provided, or call

19 Spring Break Registration Form q New Camper q Returning Camper Office Use Only: Identification Number Age: Gender: Camper s Name: (Last) (First) Last four of SS#: Birth Date: (Required) Street Address: School Attending : City: State: Zip: Parent/Guardian (used to confirm registration) Parent/Guardian Work-Company Name: 1st Parent/Guardian Name: Are there custody arrangements we should know about? q Yes q No Please provide documentation if applicable. 2nd Parent/Guardian Name: Home Phone #: Home Phone #: Work Phone #: Work Phone #: Cell Phone #: Cell Phone #: Emergency Contact: Please provide the name of someone NOT listed above - parents/guardians listed above will always be contacted first. Name: Relationship: Phone #: Parent Guardian Consent: The following individuals are authorized to pick up my child at the end of the camp day. Name: Relationship: Phone #: Name: Relationship: Phone #: Health-Related Information: Allergies: Physicians Name: Phone #: Name of Primary Health Insurance: Group Number: Agreement Number: Calculate your camp fee: Camp Date CRN Number Camp Cost Extended Care Total Fees Deposit Due at Amount Due 4/6-4/10 ENU $180 $30/Week Registration $50 Full Week Check Days Attending ENU $38/Day $10/Day Total Amount q M q T q W q R q F Camps meet from 9 am to 4 pm. Extended care extends your day from 7:30 am to 6 pm. A deposit of $50 per child is due with your application. Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable. No reduction in tuition will be made for late arrival or early departure. Payment method: q Discover q Visa q MasterCard q Cash q Check/Money Order (payable to DTCC) Card # CVC # Exp. Date Name on card Signature Payment Information: Amount Authorized Total Remittance Balance Due For Office Use Only Camp Office Registration Office Business Office Amount Received Received By Entered in Xenegrade Date Received Date Received Amount Received 19

20 Stanton/George Campus 333 N Shipley Street Wilmington, DE NON-PROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID WILMINGTON, DE PERMIT NO. 387

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