All South Suburban Parks and Recreation’s School Age Camps are licensed by the Colorado Department of Human Services and are required to meet rules and regulations set forth by that agency. Our programs are also inspected by Tri-County Health and the local Fire Departments.
As part of the required regulations for the Department of Human Services our camps offer activities from the following suggested areas: athletics, arts and crafts, manipulative games, science, dramatic play and music. Not all activities are offered daily, but children will have the option of at least three different activities on a daily basis.
All programs are in compliance with the Americans with Disability Act. Our camps and facilities will provide reasonable accommodations for the child with a disability or special needs. Inclusion is available in all South Suburban Parks & Recreation’s School Age Camps. Requests for assistance or special accommodations can be facilitated through the STAR Program at 303-730-4608.
School Age Camps consist of the Fall/Winter/Spring Break programs, In-service Days, Non-Student School Days and Summer Camps at the Family Sports Center, and at Goodson and Lone Tree Recreation Centers.
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