Summer Camp at Schlitz Audubon
Thank you to all of our campers and camp families who helped us have a safe and successful 2020 season!
Registration details for the 2021 summer camp season will be online by January 1, 2021. To get a glimpse of the kinds of summer camps Schlitz Audubon offers, you can download a pdf list of the 2020 camp schedule.
Submitting this secure, online form before the registration date is highly encouraged as you will not be able to purchase camps online until this is submitted. This profile includes a health history and emergency care plan, as well as childcare enrollment information. An automated email reply will be sent after each child’s profile has been received.
Camper profiles are not required to be submitted for children enrolling in Hand-in-Hand week-long camps.
Immunization forms are required for each camper but are not required in order to register. These forms can be mailed, dropped off, or faxed directly to the Center (414-352-6091) from the child’s doctor’s office and must be submitted prior to their first day of camp. Parents may also fill out this form, especially if they have chosen to opt-out of certain immunizations.
Important Camp Notes
An automated email reply will be sent after submitting each camper profile. Upon purchase of a camp, you will receive an emailed receipt which will serve as a temporary confirmation. The Registrar will send out full confirmation details for each enrolled camper prior to March 1.
Maximum of six camps for the entire summer, per camper. Each camp is limited to a state-regulated maximum number of students. You will be contacted if your camper is placed on a wait-list.
Cancellation & Change Policy
To cancel or change camps, please email our registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A refund of registration fees will be given for any camps canceled 14-days or more prior to the first date of camp. There will be no refunds for camps canceled with less than 14-days notice. The cancellation policy is not dependent on the status of camp waitlists.
If we receive instruction from the CDC, North Shore Health Department, or other camp-related officials that camp programming should be discontinued, we will offer camp families a pro-rated refund.
Lunch supervision is not available for the Summer Camp 2020 season. If a camper is enrolled in both a morning and afternoon camp session within the same week, they must be picked up in between camp sessions.
Sunscreen & Bug Spray
Our teachers do not apply these products to children. Please apply bug spray and sunscreen to your child before entering the building and take products home with you.
A nut-free protocol is followed by the Nature Preschool at snack time.
If your camper may require medication while at camp, please complete a Medication Information and Authorization Form prior to your child’s first day of camp.
Unvaccinated Camper Policy
Unvaccinated children will be accepted into camps. In the case of an illness outbreak, we will follow guidelines provided by the North Shore Health Department
Give your child unforgettable summer experiences.