After registering for College for All Kids Camps download your welcome packet. The packet includes information you should know, an emergency form (due one week prior to camp), and a lunch menu.

Questions?  Email ccdreg@stchas.edu  or call 636-922-8233.

If you have anyone other than a parent picking up your child from camp or dropping off to camp, it is important to write their full name in the space provided in the emergency form. We are committed to creating a positive experience for all students, and your child’s safety is our number one concern.

Things to do before camp starts:

  • Invite a friend to register with you.
  • Eat a smart breakfast
  • Be sure you have your emergency form complete and returned before the first day of camp.
  • Plan to have fun and meet new friends.
  • Join the Facebook page to keep up with current news.

What's for lunch?
Lunch will be served in the cafeteria, Plaza Bistro. There will be lots of choices and includes a beverage for $4.75. A menu will be e-mailed to you a week before camp. You may bring your own lunch if you don't want to buy one. You may bring a drink and snacks. CAMPUS VENDING MACHINES WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE TO CAMPERS. 

What if I have a food allergy?
Your parent or guardian will need to fill out a Welcome Packet/Health Form. There is a place on this form to list any allergies we need to know about.

Where do I get dropped off? Where do I get picked up?
The Welcome Packet and class confirmation explains where to be dropped-off on the first day. When your parent or guardian drops you off and picks you up, they need to come to the classroom to sign you in and out. Please don't come any earlier than 10 minutes before the start of class. Be sure your ride is on time to pick you up when camp ends. THERE IS NO SUPERVISION OUTSIDE OF THESE TIMES. If you have an emergency and are going to be late, call 636-922-8233.

What should I wear?
Camps are fun!  Wear play clothes. You may get a little dirty if you are in art camps or outdoor activities. You will have gym time after lunch every day. You need to wear closed-toe gym shoes in the gym. If you wear flip-flops or shoes not made for gym time, you cannot be included in gym activities.

Is there play time when lunch is over? Yes! Fitness fun time is a half-hour each day after lunch. It is held in the College Center gym and you will have a choice to play basketball, paddleball, jump rope, hula hoop and more.

What is before and after care?
We know it's hard sometimes for parents to give you a ride because they work. Before and after care will be unstructured supervision that will be available the week of camp. You may arrive as early as 7 a.m. and stay until 5:45 p.m.  PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BEFORE ATTENDING. The cost is $30 per week for before or after care and $50 per week for both before and after care. Don't worry, the camp staff will help you get to and from your camp location on campus. There will be stations for arts and crafts, reading, puzzles, board games, movies and more. The College Center gym will be open sometimes for activities and if it’s nice outside you will have the opportunity to get out and play some games.

What if it rains for my outdoor camp?
Yes, it could rain. Because it's hard to predict the weather, our staff has reserved indoor space. Sports activities, such as soccer will be held in the gymnasium in the College Center.

Can I bring my iPod or electronic games?
No, it's not a good idea to bring your music players or electronic games to camp. You won't have time for it and you don't want to lose it! Here is a list of things to leave at home:

  • iPod or other music player.
  • Electronic games.
  • Special personal belongings that may be misplaced or broken.
  • Cell phones (these may be brought on campus only if necessary to check-in with parents/guardians during breaks in camp. They must be in silent mode). If there is an emergency, camp staff can make necessary phone calls.