Munchkin Summer Camp

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Mission Statement: We strive to provide a fun, safe and successful program for students to learn and grow during the summer. We will provide each student with the opportunity to improve academically, socially and physically while minimizing summer learning loss.

2024 summer registration begins: Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Packets will be available online at  City of Winters Parks and Recreation | City of Winters  and at City Hall.

Online Registration  - sign ups are not being taken at this time.

All Registration Packets must be filled out either electronically and submitted or packets may be downloaded and filled out and turned in to City Hall in the drop box out front.

 Registration starts Tuesday, March5th from 8am at City Hall.

No tuition is charged for this program

 Serving: students going into 1st grade - students going into 8th grade (for the 2024-25 school year) no exceptions.

Hours of Operation: 8am-5pm
Days of Operation: Monday-Friday, closed June 19th,  July 4th & 5th

Program Dates: June 10-July 26

Breakfast, Lunch and PM Snack is included.

  • Priority Enrollment: Students experiencing homelessness, foster youth, English Learners, students qualifying for free and reduced meals and currently enrolled WASP students
  • Daily attendance is required from 8am-2pm
  • Daily Schedule includes: Academics, Reading, Enrichment Activities, Recreation, STEM, Performing Arts, Free Play and Nutritious Meals/Snack.
  • Weekly Schedule includes: Field Trips- City Park, Town Pool, Ice Cream

This program is funded and operated through a 21st Learning Centers grant and ELO-P funding through the Winters Joint Unified School District.

  1. Absence and Early Release Policy
  2. Accessibility Notice

City of Winters Munchkin Summer Camp Student Absence and Early Release Policy

Munchkin Summer Camp has been made available to your child through the 21st Century Learning Centers funding.   As a funding requirement, students are expected to attend the program daily for its entirety or at least 6 hours a day.  Students may be picked up at 2pm or 4:30pm-5pm daily with no penalties.

We understand that situations do occur that cause students to need to leave early or miss a day altogether. The bulleted items contain examples of excusable reasons for signing out of the program early or missing the program.

Please speak to your child’s Site Coordinator regarding any excuse that is not listed.

  • Medical Appointments
  • Family Emergency
  • Illness
  • Religious
  • Suspension from school

Parallel Program such as school sponsored homework club, Girls Scouts, Boy Scouts, sports league, band, choir, martial arts, etc.  (see early release policy in registration packet)

Excessive early release is a serious threat to program funding. For this reason, all early dismissals, absences and parallel programs need to be documented and will require proof of activity from parent/guardian in the form of parallel program/activity schedule, doctor’s note, or letter from parent/tutor/coach.

Late arrival to the program is only acceptable for the reasons listed above.

Repeated late pick-ups, pattern of poor attendance, failure to meet the attendance requirements or failure to pay late pick up fee can result in the removal of your child from the program.