Summer Park and Rec
Need Extended hours? Register for ACE!
Directors: Pete Arena, Kim DiTullio and Lauren Dyer
Pizza Cards will be available to purchase in June at the Rec Center and are also sold at the trailer during Park & Rec morning hours. We will have a place during Drop Off where Parents/Guardians can purchase cards after drop off. Pizza is $2/slice and Italian Ice is $1 each. We have $5 and $10 cards. Pizza is sold on Thursdays and Italian Ice Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Fridays.
Once you purchase a Pizza Card we can not replace it if it is lost. Pizza Cards can not be carried over from previous years. There will be no exceptions
Refunds will be considered until April 11th with a $20 processing fee. Requests must be made in writing and received prior to the April 11th deadline. After April 11th refunds will not be issued. Please consider personal vacations prior to registering. Thank you!
Participants do not need to bring cell phones to our programs. We are not responsible for lost or damaged cell phones.
CIT Application Below
Please fill out and return to the Rec Center. We will not be able to accept all CIT applicants. Must be in by May 23rd.
2014 CIT Application.doc
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Please make sure to put an accurate t-shirt size down for your child(ren) when registering. In order to guarantee your child(ren) receive their shirt on time register before May 16th when our first order is submitted. If you register after June 27th we can not guarantee your child(ren) will get a t-shirt. The t-shirt is considered an equipment expense therefore the children only receive one shirt even if they sign up for more than one session. We have submitted our last t-shirt order for the summer as of July 1st. If you register after this date you child(ren) most likely will not receive a t-shirt.
Park and Rec is a CLOSED CAMPUS allowing only participants access to facilities during the hours of 8:30-2:30
Emergency Form 2014.doc
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You must fill out and return the Emergency Form for your child to attend our programs.
Registration: Click link to register Please register your child(ren) in the grade they are currently in (2013-2014 school year)
SUMMER 2014 SCHEDULE
*If you register after June 27th you are not guaranteed a t-shirt*
Session One $64 (1 week) June 30th-July 3rd https://unipaygold.unibank.com/TransactionInfo.aspx?transid=11265
Session Two $160 (2 weeks) July 7th-July 18th https://unipaygold.unibank.com/TransactionInfo.aspx?transid=11266
Session Three $160 (2 weeks) July 21st-August 1st https://unipaygold.unibank.com/TransactionInfo.aspx?transid=11267
Session Four $160 (2 weeks) August 4th-August 15th https://unipaygold.unibank.com/TransactionInfo.aspx?transid=11268
*Limit of 370 Children/Session*
AFTER CAMP EXTENSION 2:30-5:30
Session One ACE $36 (1 week) June 30th-July 3rd https://unipaygold.unibank.com/TransactionInfo.aspx?transid=11269
Session Two ACE $90 (2 weeks) July 7th-July 18th https://unipaygold.unibank.com/TransactionInfo.aspx?transid=11270
Session Three ACE $90 (2 weeks) July 21st-August 1st https://unipaygold.unibank.com/TransactionInfo.aspx?transid=11271
Session Four ACE $90 (2 weeks) August 4th-August 15th https://unipaygold.unibank.com/TransactionInfo.aspx?transid=11272
A Session Newsletter will go home on the first day of each session providing information specific to that session.
We are revamping the Summer Program a little! After lunch we are going to have stations children can sign up for! Stations can be anything from talent show practice, water games, counselor games, tournaments or a story time station. If your child has a station they would like to see us offer let us know and we will try to fit it in!
Park and Rec Info
A memorable camp experience that has made a significant impact in the lives of countless Hanover residents over the past 50+ years.
OUR PURPOSE To provide an inexpensive, age-appropriate opportunity for all youth to experience outdoor recreation, both passive and active with their peers, all while creating great memories and new friends.
OUR PROGRAM The Park and Rec program consists of four sessions (Session One is 1 week at $64, Sessions 2-4 are 2 weeks at $160). This program is open to all
OUR PROMISE To do everything possible to allow all children to have the best possible summer by creating many opportunities for children to have fun all summer long!
B. Everett Hall Field – Large field encompassing 1 major league size baseball field, 1 little league field.
Playground – Fenced in area consisting of two playgrounds. The first small playground is designed for pre-k children. The second playground is a larger and is designed for K-4th graders.
Volleyball Court- Regulation beach volleyball court, younger children use sand as sandbox while older children play volleyball.
Courts- Fenced in on three sides are two full size basketball courts as well as 1 regulation tennis courts. These courts are primarily used for Basketball Dodgeball and Tennis Baseball.
Street Hockey Area- Small paved area with two nets allowing for street hockey games.
Picnic area – 5 shaded picnic benches that allow for passive recreation activities such as board games.
Arts and Crafts Tent- Park and Rec owned Tent that is assembled each year and taken down in September. Arts and Craft projects are completed throughout the day. This area is also used for Pizza distribution on Thursdays.
Trailer- The administrative heart of the Park and Rec Program. Children may visit the trailer for first aid reasons or for discipline. Italian Ices are distributed daily from the trailer after lunch.
Bandstand – Weekly talent shows are put on by our campers and performed on the bandstand. This is also a nice shaded spot for dance parties and quiet games.
The morning usually starts with drop off by parents/guardians at As parents arrive, upper staff opens car doors and directs children to their groups Drop Off commences at at which point each grade travels to their predetermined first station. Every 55 minutes the camp director blows an air horn and the grades travel to their next station activity.
At the entire camp travels to their designated shaded lunch spots and enjoy lunch. At the end of lunch grades are provided with the opportunity to head to the trailer to purchase Italian Ices using their pre purchased “pizza cards” (gift cards). On Thursdays, children are given the opportunity to purchase Pizza using their pizza cards (we can not accept cash from the kids).
After lunch, grades continue their normal schedule of rotating stations. At all children proceed to the drop off/ pick up area, to be picked up by their parents/guardians. Parents cars, with their last name posted on their windshield, cycle through the parking lot and upper staff load the children into their vehicles.
At the end of Pick Up the remaining children registered for ACE are escorted to the After Camp Extension area for late pick up. Counselors then proceed to the Arts and Crafts area for a daily debrief.
SPECIAL DAY ACTIVITIES
While many days are normal days there are instances when campers are provided with a special day such as our First Day, Rain Days, Party Day and Field Trips.
First Day – On the first day of each session during drop off, the upper staff greets children at their car doors and escorts children directly to their group. After drop off the Program Directors address the entire camp and introduces all staff.
Rain Day – The Center School Administration has graciously permitted the Park and Rec program to use their facility in case of rain. If rain starts before , parents will drop children off at the Center School Gymnasium. If rain starts during the day, all outside activities are cancelled, the Program Director will sound the Air Horn instructing all grades to proceed to Center School. Once at school, K-1 will proceed to the Cafeteria for Arts and Crafts, 2-3 will head to the auditorium to watch a movie, and grades 4-6 will stay in the gymnasium for sports. Every 1 hour the grades will switch until the end of the day. If it is still raining at pick up, pick up will occur at the Center School Gym, while one assistant director remains at the normal drop off area to instruct parents to proceed to the Gymnasium.
Party Day- One predetermined party day per session will start like normal days however at , four new stations will be set up. Moon Bounce- 1 large inflatable moon bounce and 1 large inflatable obstacle course. Dance- a DJ will be playing music on the bandstand and providing space for children to dance or play games. Water Games children will be able to cool down with water games such as balloon toss or water tug of war. Slip and Slide- two 50 foot side by side slip and slides are set up allowing for wet races. All activities are provided by “Pick a Party” and are monitored by Park and Rec Staff
Field Trips – Each Session the children get to attend one field trip. On field trip days all children are required to wear their Park and Rec t-shirts. Busses, provided by Ingle Bus, arrive and take the entire camp to predetermined locations for the rest of the day. Past field trips have included MaGoo's Mini Golf, Hanover Bowling Alley, Carousel Family Fun Center for roller-skating, the Randolph Pool, Starland, movies and the Brockton Rox for a game.
Visiting Nurse Association Scholarships
Registration for the Park and Rec Summer Program begins in February and each session costs $150 per child (Session One is $60). Each year the Visiting Nurse Association elects to sponsor some children to go to camp for free. The VNA asks the nurses of each school to choose a number of children that, they determine, can benefit from our services. These children are either chosen on a financial or a social basis. After camp the Park and Rec Department invoices the VNA for the number of children that had attended during the summer
I realize that participation in Parks and Recreation programs involves some risks but regard the benefits to outweigh the risks. I agree to hold harmless the Town of Hanover, Hanover Parks and Recreation, its agents, employees, contracts and volunteers from any and all claims sustained while participating in these programs. Hanover Parks and Recreation does not provide medical insurance for participants. Participants are advised to have adequate personal coverage and it is required for any field trips. Permission is granted for any emergency medical treatment needed. I agree that photographs taken during department activities may be used for promotional purposes.