Tween Trekkers

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Parents, looking for some activities for your tweens this summer? Tweens, are you looking to get out of the house? Come visit area beaches, bike downtown, explore museums, rock climb, kayak, and enjoy local parks. Each week will be a structured field trip to local area attractions.

Tween Trekkers will need to have a bike and helmet to participate in this program. Trekkers will meet at Schluter Park Shelter and bike to all locations.
     
Day  Dates  Time  Cost  Age  Level  \Register 
Tues/Thurs Jun 11 - Aug 8    
12:30 pm - 4:30 pm $250 11-14    Beginner reg_now_green
Mon/Wed/Fri Jun 10 - Aug 9 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm $375 11-14  Advanced reg_now_green
You may sign your child up for either the Beginner or the Advanced session however, after the first class we may require you to make an adjustment if we feel it's necessary. Please note, the advanced level will go on longer, more strenuous bike routes and participate in advanced activities. 
 No program July 4th and 5th
  1. Rules & Regulations
  2. Meet Our Staff
  3. General Info
  4. Behavior Management Policy

1.Campers must be ready to bike: arrive to Schluter Beach by12:30p.m., have a helmet, filled tires, and a water bottle.

2.Campers are expected to be respectful and courteous to all campers, staff, as well as others.

3.Absolutely no physical or verbal altercations with fellow campers or staff. Fighting, the use of offensive language or any other inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated, and the camper’s parent will be notified immediately.

4.Bullying of any kind will not be tolerated. This includes any intentional written, verbal, or physical act intended to harm another camper.

5.Shorts must be an appropriate length, and shirts or tank tops must be modest.

6.All apparel may not have inappropriate language orgraphics on them.

7.All campers must check out with a counselor before leaving.

8.If teens are signing themselves out and need to leaveearly, a parent must notify a counselor ahead of time. Teens will not be permitted to sign themselves out before 4:30p.m. without prior parental/guardian consent.

9.Cell phones, I-Pods, I-Pads, or other electronic devices are not allowed during camp hours, but cell phones may be used during fieldtrips. Monona Park & Recreation is not responsible for lost or stolen electronics.

10.Monona Park & Recreation is not responsible for anylost or stolen items.

11.All campers must obey bike safety rules while traveling on bicycles to their destination, and be alert and tentative to their surroundings.

12. All campers should not bring money to camp as Monona Park & Rec pays for all of the field trips.