All Missoula Community School summer camps provide fun and learning through games, arts, stories, science, humor and problem solving. Special field trips relate to each camp. Experienced, caring teachers facilitate lots of outdoor fun! Camp registration by week; pick what fits your schedule. All students receive a Missoula Community School t-shirt. We accept campers ages 2 through 8 (with the exception of Camp Counselor week)- families need not have a child attending Missoula Community School in order to register and attend camp.
We know that you are probably starting to plan for the summer break. All the specific dates, times, themes, and costs are included on our convenient 2020 Summer Camp Registration form.
This year, we will be using an online Google Form to sign up for summer camp. Follow the Summer Camp Google Form here to register for your children who are between the ages of 3 and 8 years old. The form for Tree Room summer camp will be available Tuesday evening. Please fill out a separate form for each camper. When you finish your form, the final page will let you know that it was submitted. The Google Form platform will NOT send a confirmation email. If you feel unsure if your form was submitted, please email email@example.com and Kristal or Megan will let you know if we have received your submission.
Camp registration is first open to children attending MCS, from March 23rd – April 6th. Registration will then open to the public beginning April 7th.
All MCS summer camps are first come, first served and your spot is secure once you return your registration form along with a deposit.
Once we have received your registration form, we will have you update or turn in the necessary paperwork for attendance, including immunization records. If your child is on an alternate immunization schedule or is exempt, please call the school before registering so we can review the licensing regulations regarding immunization with you. To maintain your summer camp spot, you must return all camp paperwork by Wednesday, June 5th. Failure to return paperwork (including immunization records) may result in loss of spot.