Hawaii’s Enrichment & Education Professionals
Below provides some general answers to the most common questions regarding our summer programs! Can't find what you are looking for? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: When will registration for your summer programs start?
A: Kama'aina Kids handles a variety of summer programs for keiki grades kindergarten to high school. Some of the more popular programs include the below (dates provided are estimates only):
- Day/Specialty Camps: Summer registration is anticipated to begin on April 2016.
- After Summer School Program (ASSP): Information and registration anticipated to become available sometime in April 2016.
- Summer Plus: Information and registration anticipated to become available sometime in April 2016.
- Teen Programs: Information and registration anticipated to become available sometime in April 2016.
Q: Do I need to have a physician complete the Health History Form?
A: A parent’s signature is acceptable, in place of a physician’s. Parents may also submit copies of the immunization charts. All forms must be completed or submitted by the child’s first day of program.
Q: What comes with a purchased lunch?
A: While a preset menu is not available for the daily lunch service the following serves as a general guide for our lunch program. On the first day of each week, children that are signed up for the lunch program will receive 1 Pizza Hut personal pan pizza and a juice. For the remainder of the week, a brown bag lunch is provided, consisting of 1 sandwich with cold cuts—such as ham, turkey, bologna, etc.—2 different types of snacks and a juice. If your child has food allergies or is particular about what he or she eats, it is best to provide a lunch from home.
Q: Do you provide financial assistance?
A: Thanks to our families and friends, limited scholarships are available. Click here to download scholarship package (sorry deadline has passed for scholarships)! In addition, our Day Camps and Specialty Camps have payment plans available for select programs. Pay just $100 when registering per child and pay 50% of your balance by May 18, 2016 and your remaining balance by June 24, 2016!
Q: What are site calendars?
A: Site calendars showcase what kids can look forward to each day of the program. This is also helpful for parents who wish to check out a site's daily activities when registering. Check below for calendar samples from last year.
Q: Minimum Age Eligibility?
A: At minimum, a child must have completed Kindergarten in order to be eligible for summer day camp participation. If your child is younger than the minimum age requirement, our Preschools are a viable option for summer childcare! Email us at email@example.com for more information.
Q: When will the site calendars be ready?
A: Calendars will start to post online early May.
Q: How does UPGRADES work?
A: Upgrades are only available as an option to families who register for the entire summer package; regardless if they register for the 6-6 or 6-2:30 option. It can be for any of the 3 specialty camps, at an additional fee, all-inclusive, but only available during the weeks a specialty camp is open.
Q: What are the program hours for Specialty Camps and Transportation?
A: When a family registers for a Specialty Camp or utilizes transportation, the program hours are from 6am-6pm.
Q: What is the general daily schedule?
A: 6am-8am is drop off. 8am-2:30pm is the day program (when on excursion, it would be between these hours. Pick up is any time between 2:30pm-6pm).
Q: What happens at Waterfront?
A: Children have the option of going kayaking and sailing. In order to participate in waterfront, children must pass our basic swim test. The swim focuses more on a child’s comfort in a life jacket, in the water. All children, regardless of ability, must wear a life jacket and reef walkers.