Due to the change of summer events,
Day Camp will not be held in the summer of 2020.

Summer 2020

July 7–July 30

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General Day Camp Info

This is a day camp for children who will be entering Kindergarten Fall 2020, until just completed 5th Grade.

Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
Children must bring a sack lunch each day.

Daily Schedule

Sign in 9:30
1st Breakout 9:45
2nd Breakout 10:20
3rd Breakout 10:55
Devotional 11:30
Lunch 12:15
4th Breakout 12:50
5th Breakout 1:25
Wrap Up 1:55


1 child attending 4 weeks $150
2 children attending 4 weeks $290
3 children attending 4 weeks $430

*$25 Registration/Supply Fee*
Due at Registration

Please join us for VBS June 8–12!!

Tiki Truck and Water Day July 30th

Break Out Sessions

Each camper will be placed with their age group and will rotate to each Break Out session. The camper will participate in 4 Break Out sessions daily. The Break Out session activities will rotate each day.

Break Out Session One – Outdoor Recreations
Flag Football
Whiffle ball

Break Out Session Two – Indoor Recreations
Foot golf

Break Out Session Three – Creative Corner
Craft Design

Break Out Session Four – Exploring God’s Creation
Science experiments

Break Out Session Five – Playside (Indoor Playground)

If you need further information, contact:

LaDonna Ralston
Bayside Baptist Church
MDO Director
Assistant Children’s Director

Bayside Baptist Church Day Camp Policy Statement

Guardians are expected to bring camper to assigned area in the morning and sign them in and bring a sack lunch with a refillable water bottle daily. All campers need to wear appropriate clothing for play, which includes shorts of modest fingertip length, modest tank tops and t-shirts (no midriffs or low cut), and tennis shoes. When a bathing suit is needed it must be modest tankinis or one-piece for girls, and no speedos for boys.

In order for your child to be enrolled, fees must be paid in full. All payments are due at the first day your child attends.

No refund will be issued should family decide to no longer participate.

A child must be free of the following symptoms for at least 24 hours before they can be accepted back into Day Camp: fever, diarrhea, vomiting, lice, cold and flu symptoms, unexplained rashes, blisters, bumps or swelling, any other symptom that would qualify as an

Discipline Policy: If needed, your child will be issued a warning about behavior (1st), a time out to cool down (2nd) in which a teacher will pray with them, removal from activity (3rd) if the negative behavior continues, and finally sent home for the day (4th). If the negative behavior is a pattern that warrants all four actions repeatedly than a removal from day camp will be acted upon.