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Summer 2024 Registration

Opens January 2, 2024!

Session Dates

June 24 - August 16, 2024

Session 1: June 24 - July 5 (no camp July 4)

Session 2: July 8 - July 19

Session 3: July 22 - August 2 

Session 4: August 5 - August 16

The camp day runs from 9:30am-3:30pm.

Morning busses depart at approximately 8:25am and

arrive back to the bus stop at approximately 4:15pm.

After Care Options Available.

Camper Units

Camper units are based on grades entering

in the fall of 2024, and are named after cities in Israel.

Haifa: Kindergarten and Grade 1

Tel Aviv: Grades 2-3

Eilat: Grades 4-5

Jerusalem: Grades 6-7

Afula: Grade 8-9

Counselor in Training: Grade 10

Back by Popular Demand!

We are thrilled to offer weekly field trips to enhance our middle school campers’experience! We believe that offsite day trips foster independence as well as appreciation and support for our wonderful community. Jerusalem and Afula campers will travel offsite twice per week and will participate in enriching, fun and interactive activities. All field trips are supervised by Camp Shalom staff. Transportation, lunch and admission fees are included in camp tuition. All field trip information will be sent out prior to the start of each session.

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Counselor in Training (C.I.T.)

This program enables those entering 10th grade the opportunity to participate in a group experience that blends:

• Leadership skills

• Social action opportunities

• Team building

• Program planning

• Hands on activities with campers

The CIT experience teaches teens to work as part of a team, care for others and find their voices. This group will take part in various certification based courses intended to instill learning, growth and life lessons that they will carry with them. CITs will partake in an interview process prior to the start of the camp season.

Inclusion Program

The Inclusion Program helps Camp Shalom campers with disabilities and/or specific needs participate fully in camp activities. Our Inclusion Specialist works with the campers and staff to ease transitions in the group setting. Through a thorough intake process and parental input, we will determine how to best meet the needs of a child. In addition, campers with the appropriate current IEP may participate in the Learning Hut tutoring program. If you think your child may need special assistance, please speak with the camp director before registering.

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2024 Rates
A $150 non refundable deposit per child per session is due at time of registration

By March 18, 2024 - Community/JCC Member

Grades

Grades K-5

Grade 6-9

Grade 10

2 Weeks

$1,624/$1,355

$1,796/$1,524

$482/$324

6 Weeks

4 Weeks

$2,875/$2,399

$3,179/$2,698

$854/$574

$3,959/$3,303

$4,378/$3,715

$1,175/$790

8 Weeks

$5,019/$4,187

$5,550/$4,710

$1,490/$1,002

*$25 Per Week Sibling Discount

After March 18, 2024 - Community/JCC Member

Grades

Grades K-5

Grade 6-9

Grade 10

2 Weeks

$1,989/$1,667

$2,176/$1,824

$652/$484

6 Weeks

4 Weeks

$3,521/$2,951

$3,852/$3,229

$1,155/$857

$4,849/$4.064

$5,304/$4,446

$1,590/$1,180

8 Weeks

$6,147/$5,152

$6,724/$5,637

$2.015/$1,496

*$25 Per Week Sibling Discount

Member Rate Policy:

Reduced JCC member rates are available only to those who have an active JCC membership at the time of application and remain members throughout the summer season. The registered camper must be a part of the JCC membership in order to receive the reduced member rates. JCC memberships must be maintained for a minimum of 6 months to secure the member rates.

Rates

Transportation Included

Bus transportation is included from the Mandell JCC in West Hartford as well as other centralized locations throughout the Greater Hartford area including Farmington Valley and Glastonbury. More information to follow upon registration.

Lunch & Snacks Included

No need to provide your own lunches at Camp Shalom – we do it for you! We offer balanced and nutritious meals, and morning and afternoon snacks. All meals and snacks are nut free and kosher under the supervision of the Hartford Kashrut Commission. For a sample menu, click here.

Health & Safety

A registered nurse is on site to ensure that campers’ health needs are met. Camp Shalom meets or exceeds the highest safety standards set by the State of CT and local health agencies.

Financial Assistance

We understand that the cost of attending summer camp can be a financial burden for some families. We are committed to providing everyone the opportunity to be a part of our Camp Shalom family.  

Contact Kim Corona Charron for more information, kcharron@mandelljcc.org.

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