“No School” Day Camps 2022
Our “No School” Day Camps are here for your family when school is out for e-learning, professional development, and Parents In Touch days. These camps are designed to help students with homework assignments and provide them with fun and engaging projects and activities when school is out.
“No School” Day Camps are only available to families currently
enrolled for the 2022-2023 school year in the respective districts listed below.
If you wish to register for specific individual days:
Select your dates via the “Drop In Days” calendar on the Schedule page during registration
If you wish to hold a spot for all “No School” Day Camps for the school year:
Choose the “Skip This Step” option on the Schedule page during registration
“No School” Day Camp Sites
(click below for site-specific info)
Indianapolis Public Schools*
*Cold Spring families are only eligible for “No School” Day Camps at IPS sites when school is not in session. Please review your school calendar before registering.*
|Service||Hours||Daily Price Per Child|
|Full Day||6:30am – 6:00pm||$45|
Discounts: Faculty (see site pages above), Military (15%), and Multi-Child for 3+ children (10%).
Must be registered three business days in advance of first day.
Things to Know
What to Bring
What We Provide
- Homework help
- Active games
- STEM activities
- Hands-on projects
- Literacy/reading time
- Free play with friends
Our Focus Areas
- STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)
- SEL (Social & Emotional Learning)
Day Camp Goals
- Make new friends
- Learn through active and engaging experiences
- Increase physical fitness
- Have fun in a safe and healthy environment
“No School” Day Camp Activities
✔ Independent Time
✔ Small Group Time/Social-Emotional Learning
✔ Morning Snack
✔ Group Activities
✔ Lunch Break
✔ Physical and/or Outdoor Activities
✔ Enrichment Programming – Writing, Art, Phonics, Science, Social Studies, Music
✔ Afternoon Snack
✔ Enrichment Activities – Outdoor Time, Physical Fitness, and Games
AYS hires individuals who have experience and a passion for kids. All AYS staff members go through a drug test, TB test, and several criminal background checks. Staff has also been trained in health and safety protocols related to the COVID-19 crisis. AYS staff members also receive training in First Aid, CPR, child development, conflict resolution, team building, and overall safety to ensure that your child has a great experience.
AYS reserves the right to cancel any program if minimum enrollment is not reached.
A waitlist will be applied to any program that reaches capacity.