Summer Registration is LIVE! We are so excited to invite some new friends to our summer camp!

Register HERE!

Our full-day programs are offered on regularly-scheduled Southeast Polk Community School teacher in-service days, as well as full-week camps during spring break, winter break, and summer vacation.

Locations:

K-2 Williowbrook Elementary

3-6 Altoona Elementary

Cost:

Cost includes all meals (breakfast, lunch, and snack), swimming, field trips, guest speakers, and all activities.

Registration Fee: $50 per student. When you register, all families (regardless of CCA or Scholarship) must pay the $50 fee per child.

Curious if your registration went through? You will get a kick back e-mail, if you do not see it please check your junk mail (they end up there from time to time).

Weekly Cost Per student: Members of the Altoona Campus: $160.00  |  Non Members: $175.00

*Please note: Camp Invention is being offered at a separate cost through SEP. Please only select the camp invention participant if you plan to register your child for this through the Camp Invention program!

**Swimming lessons are offered through the Altoona Campus Aquatic Dept. If you have not signed up for lessons before you will want to create an account to do so at www.altoonacampus.com this will allow you to register for swimming lessons when they are available to our families.

For questions or concerns, please call #967-5078 or email Ashley Hejlik, Kids Klub Director at ahejlik@altoonacampus.com. 

Follow us on Facebook @Altoona Campus Kids Klub for updates and more registration details. Thank you!

Some of our exciting camp opportunities include:

  • Healthy student driven meal options

  • Outdoor exploration and education at the Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge, Yellow Banks Park, and Altoona Community Gardens
  • Tours of Iowa Cubs home field facilities and attendance at home game
  • Literary activities through the United Way
  • Participating the World’s Largest Swim Lesson water safety event at the Altoona Campus aquatic park
  • Participation in a variety of reading programs

  • Community Service Projects driven by the students

  • Rotary Club adult mentorship program
  • Daily opportunities for active play and engagement

  • Swimming Lessons offered as well as transportation @ a separate cost

  • Partnership with SEP Teachers to help curb Summer Learning Loss

And so much more! Programming changes yearly and there’s always something new and fun.

We also participate in volunteer work and community events, which vary by season and location. Some fun past events have been the Susan G Komen Breast Cancer walk, collecting and donating 500 books to Blank Children’s Hospital, funding local college scholarships through the Dollars for Scholars program, and spending time with local retirement communities, nursing homes, and senior center.

Our school break and summer camp programs run from 9 am to 4 pm, with early drop-off available as early as 6:30 am and late pick up until 6 pm, Monday through Friday. We provide breakfast and lunch options as well as an afternoon snack.

We offer a number of different camp options for your kids. Sorry, no drop-in or daily rates.

Have a question? Contact us today!