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Summer Camp at the JM 2020!

Grades K + UP

7:30 am-6:00 pm

$180/week

Healthy snack and hot lunch provided!

Crafts, Games, Ice Skating, Swimming, and much more summer fun!

Week 1

June 29-July 3

Super Heroes + Villains

Week 2

July 6-July 10 ​

Dr. Suess

Week 3

July 13-July 17

Nerf Week + Emergency Responders

Week 4

July 20-24

Mad Scientist

Week 5

July 27-July 31

Chef in Training

Week 6

Aug 3-Aug 7

Ahoy Matey

Week 7

Aug 10-Aug 14

Fear Factor/ Survivor

Week 8

Aug 18-Aug 21

Wacky, Wild, & Wet 

Week 9

Aug 24-Aug 30

Sport

Join us for Summer Camp at the JM

Our program is designed to provide quality childcare in a safe, stimulating, and recreational environment. The activities offered to your child promote growth in physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and creative development. Activities are specially tailored for boys and girls entering grades 1-6.  Activities include but are not limited to scavenger hunts, fitness challenges, team sports, arts and crafts, outdoor play and team building.


Our Mission:
We are a non-for-profit organization whose mission is to provide the entire community with affordable, family-oriented programming and events in a safe, recreational environment.

Questions, comments, or concerns?  Please contact Sophie at (607)753-8100 or by e-mail.

Community Partners

Pamela Cullip from the Cortland County Child Advocacy Center will be leading a

Building Healthy Relationships Program throughout the Summer:

Building Healthy Relationships is an age appropriate program focused on examining self-identity and personal boundaries, fostering mutual respect, developing effective communication skills, learning to resolve differences, and building healthy relationships.  This powerful curriculum addresses the

issues of sexual harassment, bullying, respect and healthy relationships in ways that are educational and entertaining for all grades.  This curriculum emphasizes the principles prescribed by the New York State’s Dignity for All Students Act (The Dignity Act), which “seeks to provide the State’s public elementary and secondary school students with a safe and supportive environment free from discrimination, intimidation, taunting, harassment, and bullying on school property, a school bus and/or at a school function.”

For more information on this program, CLICK HERE. 

4292 Fairgrounds Dr.

Cortland, NY 13045

          PH: 607-753-8100 

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