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Wednesday August 5, 2020
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - 2020 Summer Day Camp K-3
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - K-7 WEEK 7 ONLY
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Youth baseball
 
Thursday August 6, 2020
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - 2020 Summer Day Camp K-3
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - K-7 WEEK 7 ONLY
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 1
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level Pre-K
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:05 PM - 6:35 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 2
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:05 PM - 6:35 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 3/4
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:40 PM - 7:10 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 2
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:40 PM - 7:10 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 5/6
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
Friday August 7, 2020
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - 2020 Summer Day Camp K-3
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - K-7 WEEK 7 ONLY
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
Saturday August 8, 2020
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Family Reunion
 
9:35 AM - 10:05 AM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 1
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
9:35 AM - 10:05 AM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level Pre-K
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
Sunday August 9, 2020
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
Monday August 10, 2020
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - 2020 Summer Day Camp K-3
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - K-7 WEEK 8 ONLY
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Tennis Mini Camps - August Tennis Instruction: Grade's 1-3
Tami Bass will be offering week long summer Tennis camps for kids in Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-8. Tami is a US Tennis Association instructor and Harwoods High School girls tennis coach. She takes extreme pride in introducing and growing the love of tennis to the youth in our community!
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Tennis Mini Camps - August Tennis Instruction: Grade's 4-6
Tami Bass will be offering week long summer Tennis camps for kids in Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-8. Tami is a US Tennis Association instructor and Harwoods High School girls tennis coach. She takes extreme pride in introducing and growing the love of tennis to the youth in our community!
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Tennis Mini Camps - August Tennis Instruction: Grade's 7-9
Tami Bass will be offering week long summer Tennis camps for kids in Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-8. Tami is a US Tennis Association instructor and Harwoods High School girls tennis coach. She takes extreme pride in introducing and growing the love of tennis to the youth in our community!
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
Tuesday August 11, 2020
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - 2020 Summer Day Camp K-3
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - K-7 WEEK 8 ONLY
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Tennis Mini Camps - August Tennis Instruction: Grade's 1-3
Tami Bass will be offering week long summer Tennis camps for kids in Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-8. Tami is a US Tennis Association instructor and Harwoods High School girls tennis coach. She takes extreme pride in introducing and growing the love of tennis to the youth in our community!
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Tennis Mini Camps - August Tennis Instruction: Grade's 4-6
Tami Bass will be offering week long summer Tennis camps for kids in Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-8. Tami is a US Tennis Association instructor and Harwoods High School girls tennis coach. She takes extreme pride in introducing and growing the love of tennis to the youth in our community!
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Tennis Mini Camps - August Tennis Instruction: Grade's 7-9
Tami Bass will be offering week long summer Tennis camps for kids in Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-8. Tami is a US Tennis Association instructor and Harwoods High School girls tennis coach. She takes extreme pride in introducing and growing the love of tennis to the youth in our community!
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 1
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level Pre-K
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:05 PM - 6:35 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 2
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:05 PM - 6:35 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 3/4
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:40 PM - 7:10 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 2
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:40 PM - 7:10 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 5/6
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
Wednesday August 12, 2020
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - 2020 Summer Day Camp K-3
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - K-7 WEEK 8 ONLY
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Tennis Mini Camps - August Tennis Instruction: Grade's 1-3
Tami Bass will be offering week long summer Tennis camps for kids in Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-8. Tami is a US Tennis Association instructor and Harwoods High School girls tennis coach. She takes extreme pride in introducing and growing the love of tennis to the youth in our community!
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Tennis Mini Camps - August Tennis Instruction: Grade's 4-6
Tami Bass will be offering week long summer Tennis camps for kids in Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-8. Tami is a US Tennis Association instructor and Harwoods High School girls tennis coach. She takes extreme pride in introducing and growing the love of tennis to the youth in our community!
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Tennis Mini Camps - August Tennis Instruction: Grade's 7-9
Tami Bass will be offering week long summer Tennis camps for kids in Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-8. Tami is a US Tennis Association instructor and Harwoods High School girls tennis coach. She takes extreme pride in introducing and growing the love of tennis to the youth in our community!
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
Thursday August 13, 2020
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - 2020 Summer Day Camp K-3
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - K-7 WEEK 8 ONLY
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Tennis Mini Camps - August Tennis Instruction: Grade's 1-3
Tami Bass will be offering week long summer Tennis camps for kids in Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-8. Tami is a US Tennis Association instructor and Harwoods High School girls tennis coach. She takes extreme pride in introducing and growing the love of tennis to the youth in our community!
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Tennis Mini Camps - August Tennis Instruction: Grade's 4-6
Tami Bass will be offering week long summer Tennis camps for kids in Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-8. Tami is a US Tennis Association instructor and Harwoods High School girls tennis coach. She takes extreme pride in introducing and growing the love of tennis to the youth in our community!
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Tennis Mini Camps - August Tennis Instruction: Grade's 7-9
Tami Bass will be offering week long summer Tennis camps for kids in Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-8. Tami is a US Tennis Association instructor and Harwoods High School girls tennis coach. She takes extreme pride in introducing and growing the love of tennis to the youth in our community!
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 1
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level Pre-K
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:05 PM - 6:35 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 2
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:05 PM - 6:35 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 3/4
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:40 PM - 7:10 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 2
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:40 PM - 7:10 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 5/6
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
Friday August 14, 2020
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - 2020 Summer Day Camp K-3
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Summer Day Camp - 2020 - K-7 WEEK 8 ONLY
  2020 Summer Day Camp registration opens Town Meeting day (March 3rd) at 8am. Camp starts June 22nd and runs until August 14th. LOCATIONSThe new guidelines state that groups of 25 or less can occupy a classroom and in our case, the Recreation Building counts as a classroom. Each group, or pod, will have a max of 21 children and 2-4 counselors assigned, one being a Pod Leader. Each pod will have their own color theme with matching shirts and wrist bands given out the first week. We have split up camp into three areas to host each pod within state guidelines: The recreation building at Anderson Field will house one pod of children 6 and under; St. Leos Hall (located by the state office complex) will house children 3 pods (4 if needed) for children ages 7-9; Wesley United Church will house middle schoolers ages 9and up in 2 pods. CAMP DIRECTORSKeith Mckenna, our Pool Director will be joining the camp staff this summer as the K-3 Camp Director, while Wyatt O’Brien also returns as the 4-7 Camp Director. Alyssa Wilcox will return this year as well as our COVID Compliance Coordinator (CCC). All three of them are Lifeguard Certified and will be assisting with all facets of camp in order to ensure it runs smoothly and safely. TYPICAL DAYWith the pool closed and camp separated into pods, day-to-day scheduling looks a bit different. Per state guidelines, pods won’t be able to interact with each other (no all camp games, etc.). Each pod will remain with each other from the start of camp to the end, with counselors staying the same throughout. Staff and the CCC will ensure any materials being shared within the pod will be cleaned and other activities are planned with keeping touch to a minimum when possible. Cleaning of host areas will take place at least three times during the day (beginning, middle, and end) as well as breaks for children and staff to wash hands throughout the day. Staff will be required to wear masks except for athletic activities where increased oxygen is required and they can maintain overall physical distancing (their mask will be readily available immediately once the activity ends). Children are recommended but not required to wear masks. In addition to a shirt, wrist band, water bottle, and snap sack, each child will be given a mask. Campers are expected to bring the mask with them for the duration of the summer and recommend it be worn, especially during indoor activities. We will be working throughout town to find walkable, safe field trips to attend as bussing is not recommended at this time. In addition to our recently robust training administered to staff, we will be adding COVID-specific trainings in order to make sure our staff are up to date with all the regulations and specifications as they arise. Our CCC will also help to ensure safety regulations are being followed at each pod through observation, inspections, and collecting and complying daily logs relating to health and cleaning. A typical day will look like the following:  -DROP OFF: 7:30a – 8:30a             During this time, campers will need to check-in at their designated tent (with their pod’s color flag) outside their host location. Here, a staff member will take the campers temperature via non-touch forehead thermal reader, visual health vitals will be noted, and any questions can be asked. From here, the child will head to their meeting area with another staff member. Parents and visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the facility at any point. -POD MEETINGS: 8:30a – 8:45a            Pod meetings will operate like camp meetings, with staff review the daily agenda with their campers, going over any concerns or questions, and overall prepping the campers for the day ahead. -ACTIVITY 1: 8:45a – 9:50a            Standard to last year, activities at summer rec include arts & crafts, athletics, and planned excursions (walks, science projects, exploration, etc.). -SNACK: 10a – 10:20a            Snack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room).-ACTIVITY 2: 10:20a – 11:25a -LUNCH: 11:35a – 12:15pLunch will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 3: 12:20p – 2:00p            In lieu of the pool, this block activity will be focused on water play, in pods. We have a few different activities such as slip n’ slides, sprinklers, and river access (for play, not swim) for all locations to use (with lifeguard staff on duty). In the event of inclement weather or a pod is not able to use an aquatic area/activity and it’s a hot day, indoor or shaded activities will take its place to ensure safety. -SNACK: 2:10p – 2:30pSnack will be in pods, either at an adjacent grassy area next to the host site or at the host site (designated pod’s room). -ACTIVITY 4: 2:30p – 3:50p -PICK UP: 4:00p – 5:00p            Pick up will typically occur at the same area as drop off unless otherwise noted. The person picking up children must meet staff at the check-in tent. Parents and visitors will not be allowed in the building at any point. LUNCH PROGRAMWe are still waiting to hear on the specific details of the lunch program. It looks like, as of now, there will be lunch available for anyone who needs it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will have to bring a lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays (unless new details emerge from the lunch program). Lunches will be brought to the children at their pods who need them via camp directors. MAJOR GUIDELINES & COVIDOur camp will be operating within the guidelines set out by the state. Here’s a rundown of what to expect at our program: https://www.healthvermont.gov/sites/default/files/documents/pdf/COVID19-Resources4Families-Childcare-Summer-Programs.pdf REQUIRED DOCUMENTSYou will be required to fill out a registration form, a COVID release form, and review the parent handbook. The required documents are due back by June 12th in order for your child to attend camp. Registration Form: LINK TBAParent Handbook: LINK TBACOVID Release: LINK TBA PAYMENTThe final due date for camp payment is June 19th. You may either pay online by logging into your account or by dropping/mail a check to the municipal offices (ATTN: Recreation 28 N. Main St. Waterbury, Vt. 05676). If you choose to unenroll your camper, we ask that you do it by June 4th so that we don’t over order supplies needed. You will receive a full refund (including your deposit) if you choose to pull your camper. The safety of our campers and staff is always our top priority and this current worldwide issue is something we take very seriously. I and my staff are frequently reviewing any current and new material released by the state and federal governments in order to stay compliant and provide a safe childcare option for the community. Pending any sudden changes in guidance from the Department of Health, the Governor's orders, or the Center for Disease Control (CDC), our camp is slated to meet or exceed the current state standards for operating and our goal is that the revised model of camp provides a fun experience while maintaining safety guidelines and practices. There are limited week-only slots available at $175 for residents and $200 for non-residents. You may not sign up the same child for week-only slots and the full 8-week block- doing so may result in cancellation of all registrations.Please reach out to me at recreation@waterburyvt.com or day camp director Wyatt O’Brien, daycamp@waterburyvt.com, if you have any questions. We are looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting summer at Waterbury Rec!
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Tennis Mini Camps - August Tennis Instruction: Grade's 1-3
Tami Bass will be offering week long summer Tennis camps for kids in Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-8. Tami is a US Tennis Association instructor and Harwoods High School girls tennis coach. She takes extreme pride in introducing and growing the love of tennis to the youth in our community!
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Tennis Mini Camps - August Tennis Instruction: Grade's 4-6
Tami Bass will be offering week long summer Tennis camps for kids in Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-8. Tami is a US Tennis Association instructor and Harwoods High School girls tennis coach. She takes extreme pride in introducing and growing the love of tennis to the youth in our community!
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Tennis Mini Camps - August Tennis Instruction: Grade's 7-9
Tami Bass will be offering week long summer Tennis camps for kids in Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-8. Tami is a US Tennis Association instructor and Harwoods High School girls tennis coach. She takes extreme pride in introducing and growing the love of tennis to the youth in our community!
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
Saturday August 15, 2020
7:00 AM - 7:00 AM    Disc golf tournament
 
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Disc golf tournament
 
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Green Mountain Woodcarvers Show
 
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM    Chapin Family Reunion
 
9:35 AM - 10:05 AM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 1
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
9:35 AM - 10:05 AM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level Pre-K
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
Sunday August 16, 2020
7:00 AM - 7:00 AM    Disc golf tournament
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
Monday August 17, 2020
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
Tuesday August 18, 2020
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 1
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level Pre-K
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:05 PM - 6:35 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 2
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:05 PM - 6:35 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 3/4
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:40 PM - 7:10 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 2
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:40 PM - 7:10 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 5/6
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
Wednesday August 19, 2020
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
Thursday August 20, 2020
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 1
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level Pre-K
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:05 PM - 6:35 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 2
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:05 PM - 6:35 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 3/4
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:40 PM - 7:10 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 2
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
6:40 PM - 7:10 PM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 5/6
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
Friday August 21, 2020
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Little League Baseball
 
Saturday August 22, 2020
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
9:35 AM - 10:05 AM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level 1
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
9:35 AM - 10:05 AM    Swim Lessons - Summer 2020 - Level Pre-K
With the town’s pool closing for the summer of 2020 (due to safety guidelines and budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic), our swim lessons have moved up the road to the state park in Waterbury Center.Lessons start June 30th and end August 22nd at Waterbury Center State Park waterfront.SESSION 1 (4 weeks, June 30th - July 23rd)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 3/46:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 1SESSION 2 (4 weeks, July 28 - August 20th)Tuesdays & Thursdays5:30pm to 6:00pm: Pre-K & Level 16:05pm to 6:35pm: Level 2 & Level 36:40pm to 7:10pm: Level 5/6 & Level 2Saturdays (8 Saturdays, June 27th - August 22nd [July 4th OFF])9:00am – 9:30am: Aqua Tots (Parent & Child)9:35am – 10:05am: Pre-K & Level 1 LIFEGUARDSEach swim lesson will be staffed by a Town of Waterbury certified lifeguard. Each lifeguard will be trained and/or already hold the waterfront module in addition to their existing American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certification with First Responder First Aid/AED. All swim instruction is overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town. SWIM INSTRUCTORSEach swim lesson will be run by a Town of Waterbury swim instructor. Each instructor either holds a WSI or is supervised by a current WSI. Our lessons use the Learn-To-Swim curriculum from the ARC and is logged with the ARC upon successful completion (or failure) of the lesson. All lifeguards are overseen by Keith Mckenna, LGI, WSI (Waterbury Pool Director) and additionally supervised by the Director of Parks & Recreation for the town.ENTERING THE PARKOne parent is allowed in the park for each registered participant. Through a special use permit obtained by the town, the cost to enter the park for swim lessons will be absorbed by the town. You may not swim before your lesson, but may stay and swim at the waterfront after your lesson is over until the park is closed. You will receive a permit upon successful registration of any lesson that will gain you access into the park, starting no sooner than 15 minutes before your lesson until the park closes.PARTICIPANTS, COVID POLICIES & LIABILITYEach lesson has a max of 8 participants per class (10 for aqua tots). Current physical distance guidelines allow for close contact for water instruction as the CDC states that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through large bodies of water. Once out of the water, participants will be asked to physical distance and abide by the current orders in effect by the governor. Each participant signs a waiver that releases liability in the event of injury or illness (COVID-19 falls under this) in order to participate in our lessons. In the event of an outbreak, either in our program or at the waterfront with the public, swim lessons will immediately be suspended until further notice. Additionally, swim lessons are subject to change pending new orders from the state or CDC that impact the current structure of our program.
 
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