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Summer 2020 Recreational Camp Registration is NOW OPEN!!

Gymland is excited to announce that registration is now OPEN for our recreational summer camp. We will be following all State Department of Health and CDC guidelines. Make sure to look through enrollment information below and click the link to register.

9 WEEKS FROM JULY 6TH TO SEPTEMBER 4TH

This summer we are offering a full day program for ages 5 and older

* A minimum two (2) consecutive weeks registration is required *

  *Following CDC guidelines, we are not able to accept staggered week enrollment*

Full Day Camp Pricing

Monday – Friday from 9am to 3:30pm

       Campers            2 Week Rate  

1 Child                    $764

Sibling                    $687

SPACE IS LIMITED AND NUMBERS ARE LOWER DUE TO SOCIAL DISTANCING AND STATE GUIDELINES

Summer camp registration is on a first come, first served basis and must be paid in full to hold your spot

ENROLLMENT INFORMATIONParticipants may choose from 2 to 9 weeks of full day camp in increments of 2 consecutive weeks. This follows CDC guidelines.

WEEKLY ACTIVITIES 2020: Indoor / Outdoor – Gymnastics, Arts & Crafts, Outside Water Play Activities, Various Sports (ex: Soccer, Volleyball, Gym Ninja, GaGa held on the outside Turf Area), Age appropriate Cooperative Games, Special Events…

PLEASE NOTE: There is $50 mandatory Annual Enrollment Fee for NEW students. 

SUMMER DISCOUNTS:  Enroll in FOUR or more weeks and pay in full to receive 10% discount!

EARLY DROP-OFF/LATE PICK-UP HOURS:  for the convenience of working parents at the additional charge of $8/hour. 

Early drop-off is available from 8:00-9:00 a.m.
Late pick-up is available from 3:30-5:30 p.m.

https://app.iclasspro.com/parentportal/gymland/camps

COVID-19 Update

Dear Gymland Family,

Gymland will be closed indefinitely as we are on the list of businesses required to close. While we are sad and miss you all, we know this is the best way to help contain COVID-19. We want to assure you that all missed classes will be made up with flexibility in scheduling. We will be evaluating further if we are to remain closed more than 2 weeks and we will continue to keep you updated regularly.

While we are closed and still able to come in, our coaches and staff have volunteered to clean and disinfect the gym; rest assured we are following the suggested guideline of no more than 10 people in a space. If you need to reach us, email is the best way to contact us, it is being checked regularly, however, please give us a little more time to reply as the office staff will be working from home.

Please stay safe, in good health and stay connected; take care of one another and if you can, reach out to those in need in your communities.

Best,

Ann and Valdi Kolasa

RE: COVID-19 Update

Dear Gymland Family,

We understand that many in the sporting community are concerned about the health and safety of athletes amid the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak and while we do not feel that there is cause for panic, we do feel that it is prudent to take certain precautions against not just this, but all contagious illnesses. As of Monday, March 16th, Gymland will be closed for all students as we will take this time to further clean some of our “harder to reach places”. We will notify all customers about Gymland’s re-opening via email.

In an effort to increase our health awareness and decrease the spreading of germs, we’ve implemented a few actions to keep Staff and Kids healthy in the gym. These actions are happening now and will resume when Gymland re-opens. Please take note and help us to keep our community safe in this unprecedented time.

1. We are asking that all students wash their hands thoroughly before and after participating in classes. In addition, we have hand sanitizers in all stations, as well as in the lobby area.

2. Instructors will be vigilant to discourage germ-spreading behavior (i.e. fingers in noses, mouths, eye-rubbing, touching other children playfully, etc., which are common among younger students). We would like to remind all students to keep their hands away from nose and mouth and please keep your children home if your child is sick and make sure they have been fever-free for 24-hours before returning to class. Under no circumstances will parents be allowed to bring a sick child to our facility. Your cooperation is extremely important to ensure that we can provide all of our children, families, and Staff with a happy and illness free environment.

3. In addition to the daily cleaning that includes hospital grade disinfectant foggers and bombing agents, we have added cleanings during the day of knobs, counters, bathrooms, smaller equipment, and other commonly used spaces.

4. We ask that you help us to limit spectators, drop off and pick up if you are able and comfortable to do so. If you want to remain in the building, please limit this to one adult.

5. Water fountain use will be discontinued for the time being. Our water fountains are disinfected daily, however, we cannot disinfect after every student. Please have your gymnasts bring their own water bottle (water only), our fountains will be shutdown.

6. Limited contact – No stamps, lots of cheering, discourages touching of any kind, and common sense 🙂

7. And as always CONTINUED daily sanitation, only even more thorough and frequently than you are already used to doing.

8. Please keep in mind that this can be a tough time for families as well as small businesses, so remember our make-up policy will be even more generous & lenient than it already is, extending these for all enrolled students.

9. Teams will have a modified schedule after this week which will be communicated in a follow up email.

We are committed to helping prevent the spreading of germs and keeping our families safe. As a reminder, in order to stay healthy, children must get exercise and socialization. Let’s try to keep our children safe and active. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the gym. We thank you for your business, please stay healthy and happy! ~~ Ann and Valdi Kolasa

Some additional resources that may be helpful include:

• CDC Advice: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/prevention-treatment.html

• WHO Advice: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public