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Summer Camp
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Summer Camp

Summer Camp

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Parent Info


Registration for camp is done online on a first come, first-serve basis. Camp tuition is due in full at the time of registration.  Cancellations received by July 1st are refundable, but subject to a $50 cancellation fee per camper, per session.  After July 1st, no refunds or credits will be issued for cancelled or incomplete camp attendance.  This includes extended care options.  Transfers between sessions are subject to availability.  All registration materials including any health forms, and a copy of the camper's most recent physical, vaccination records and any applicable payments must be received in order to complete the registration process. Failure to submit any of these items may result in the camper being unable to attend camp.


All children attending camp must be cleared by their physician to fully participate in physical activity.  Any child who is exhibiting signs of being unwell, such as fever, rash, diarrhea, sore throat, vomiting, or jaundice, or has any form of a communicable disease, should stay home from camp.  If a child should begin exhibiting such symptoms while at camp, they will be isolated, and the parents/guardians will be called to pick them up. In regards to COVID-19, this camp will follow the most current guidelines set forth by MA Dept.of Public Health in regards to isolation and exposure. If a child is sent home from camp due to an injury or illness, they may be required to submit a doctors note prior to their return to camp. This camp must comply with all other regulations of the MDPH and be licensed by the Marlborough BOH.  Parents have the right to review all camp policies at any time. 


Campers should bring their own snacks, lunch, and drinks daily.  NEAG will have snacks and drinks available for purchase.  However, these should not be relied on as a child's primary lunch.  NEAG is NOT a peanut free facility.  Please note however, that we take food allergies seriously, and do not allow sharing of food between campers.   


While doing gymnastics, your child should wear clothing that is

comfortable and breathable.  Leotards are appropriate for girls, and shorts/fitted t-shirts work well for boys.  All jewelry should be removed prior to doing gymnastics.  Long hair should be pulled back in a pony, braid, or bun.   Bare feet are required for gymnastics, but we recommend bringing shoes that are easy to put on/take off for the bathrooms, and swim times (flip-flops or crocs work great).  


All campers must be signed in, and out of camp each day by an authorized adult.  All parent contacts, and emergency contacts listed on the camper's account are automatically authorized to pick up from camp.  Additionally, families should add any additional authorized individuals as an "authorized pickup" in the contacts section of their account. 


In accordance with regulations set forth by the MA DPH, each child must submit to camp the following documents, signed by a licensed health care provider:

      a) A report of physical examination conducted within 18 months           of attending camp.

      b) A certificate of immunization

All campers must also have an Authorized Pickup, and Health History Form on file, listing any health conditions, injuries, or impairments that may affect the individuals activities while attending camp. This form will be made available to parents in the "Resources" section of their camp registration in the Parent Portal.  Parents/caregivers must submit a copy of these records prior to the start of camp. Campers will NOT be permitted to be at camp in any capacity without these forms on file.  Health forms can be submitted in person, emailed to "", or faxed to


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