Extended K-8 School-day & PS-8 Summer Care
Camp RCLS is a fun, Christian camp environment led by trained and nurturing staff for children entering preschool through grade 5. Theme-based activities mean an inspiring summer is in store.
Dates: June 8-August 21, 2020
*note: Stepping Stones is open June 1-5
*Camp RCLS is closed on July 3 and August 24-28
Hours: Monday-Friday 6:30AM-6:00PM.
- Arts & Crafts
- Outdoor Play
- Group Games
- Field Trips (Tu & Th)
- Science & Food Fun
- Daily Devotions
- Reading Time
RCLS Summer Academy classes are open to any family in the Rochester area and are designed to enhance your child's summer and give him/her opportunities to explore areas of interest.
See 2019 offerings below. Unless otherwise noted, register for each class by indicating your child's choice of class(es) on the registration form in the Summer Academy Registration tab below.
Registration for 2020 Camp RCLS is OPEN to RCLS students on January 23.
Please submit registration and course fees (see handbook below) to the RCLS office by June 1.
RCLS's school-age care program, Stepping Stones, is available before and after school and on non-school weekdays. Post is an additional after-school offering for students in grades 4-8.
RCLS School Age Care (Stepping Stones) provides developmentally appropriate activities and offers time for children to make many of their own activity choices. Some of these activities include:
- Manipulative toys
- Religious Concepts
- Science Concepts
- Dramatic Play
- Building/Lego Center
- Indoor/Outdoor play
- Homework Area
POST provides academic assistance to students in a closely monitored, quiet environment.
Students attending POST are provided a snack from 2:50 – 3:00 pm. Students are given opportunities to complete homework and to read silently for a minimum of 30 minutes in a quiet, supervised environment. Assistance with homework assignments will be available. Students that have completed their homework and have read silently for 30 minutes may play board games and utilize electronic devices such as Chromebooks and iPads. Although POST instructor will provide suggestions, when a student finishes her/his homework (or if a student does not have any homework on a given day) and has completed the reading requirement, the student is responsible for engaging in a quiet activity that is not disruptive to others.
Enroll your child for Stepping Stones or Post here.
Submit registration fee to RCLS office before first day of attendance. Family accounts are billed monthly.
- Camp RCLS Overview
- Days and Hours of Operation
- Fees, Registration, and Tuition Policy
- General Guidelines
- Attendance, Arrival, and Release Policies
- Meals and Snacks
- Illness Policies, Medications, and Allergies
- Field Trips
- Procedures for Behavior Issues
- Reporting Policy for Programs Providing Services to Children