SPRING PARENT & CHILD SCHOOL PROGRAM SPACE IS LIMITED
Suggested age : 15 Months -28 Months
Tuesdays Only: 10:00am-11:30am
Dates: March 28th-May 9th
Cost: $240.00 per child
Suggested age: 15 Months - 28 Months
Thursdays Only: 12:15-1:30
Dates: March 23rd- May 4th
Cost: $240 per child
Nature, Music, Science Lessons, Crafts, Ferris Wheel, Carousel, Playgrounds, Snacks, and MORE!
We are now accepting applications for our Spring Parent & Child Program. If you are interested please click here to enroll. Space is limited, please call with any questions. 631 692-6361
Robin Ernst, who took a break last summer to be with her newborn twins, will be back this summer as the Division Head for our 3rd & 4th grade girls. Alyse Skoller who was the Division Head last summer for our 3rd & 4th grade girls will now be in charge of our Super Rec (5th grade) and Senior Rec (6th-7th) Girls Groups. We'd like to tell you a little more about each of them.
Alyse Skoller has been a Crestwood staff member for 11 years and has been a Group Leader for 3rd grade girls and 6th grade girls. Alyse spends the year working at Crestwood Day School as a teacher and has been a member of our Leadership Team, which is made up of our top Group Leaders and meets with us year round planning staff orientation and other Crestwood programs. Over the years, Alyse has taken on many administrative projects at Crestwood including activity scheduling, trip planning, staff interviewing and training.
Robin Ernst has been a Division Head of our older girls since 2004. Prior to 2004 Robin was a superstar counselor and a Group Leader at Crestwood. During the school year, she is a Computer Teacher at Great Neck North Middle School, as well as, the Information and Computer Technology Professional Developer at Great Neck’s two alternative high schools. Robin is excited about being back at her "happy place" after taking her first and only summer off to be with her twins.
Alyse and Robin are both looking forward to another amazing summer at Crestwood!
CHESS AND INDOOR SPORTS ACTIVITIES CAMP
December 26th – December 30th, 2016 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
at Crestwood Country Day School
313 Round Swamp Road, Melville, NY 11747
Beginner: Ages 4 - 6 (learn basic rules)
Intermediate 1: Ages 4 - 8 (must know basic rules)
Intermediate 2: Ages 8 -12 (must know basic rules)
Advanced: Rating below 700
Tournament 1: Rating between 700 – 1100
Tournament 2: Rating between 1100 - 1400
Chess star: Special class for rating 1400 & over (limit 10 kids)-Teacher GM John Fedorowicz!
Our chess program will be tailored to the individual camper's playing level and will include fun activities such as solving chess puzzles, learning strategies and basic endgames, plus playing casual and tournament games. Our sports activities will include indoor soccer, indoor basketball, team races, and more.
Our chess teachers will test every child’s chess ability and suggest different levels if needed, while our professional soccer coach will evaluate your child's soccer skills. Student/ teacher ratio will not exceed 12 students per teacher. The head coach of the camp is International Master Milos Scekic, certified coach of USCF United States Chess Federation and FIDE World Chess Federation. He will be supported by other professional chess coaches.
1 Day - $120 Pick 3 Days - $315 Full 5 Days - $450
Siblings discount - 10% for 2 kids. Group discount 15% (5 or more) available.
All kids will be provided with a healthy snack and water. Free pizza for lunch!
For more information and to sign up, call 646-667-7276 or
Crestwood is happy to announce that Lynn Bertsch will be the new Division Head for our Teen Adventure Travel Program for girls entering 6th and 7th grade.
Lynn has been a valued member of our Crestwood staff for 8 years where she has most recently been one of the most popular Kindergarten girls' Group Leaders. During the school year, Lynn is a New York State Certified teacher who currently works for the Syosset Central School District. She previously taught full time at the prestigious Ramaz School in Manhattan.
Lynn has served in many roles within the camping industry. She has been a camper, a counselor, a group leader and an administrator, working both at sleep away and day camps. Her son Sam, spent his summers at Crestwood and was a counselor for the Hunter group this past summer. He is currently a sophomore at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.
The Crestwood Teen Adventure Program is an introductory travel program that combines day trips, late nights, and overnights along with two days at camp per week. For more information and itineraries please click here.
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