In the summer, camp is charged on a weekly basis. All deposits and tuition are non-refundable.
Summer camp weeks 1, 2, 4, and 5 430.00*
Spring Break and Week 3 (July 2nd) 375.00*
*Please be advised, if it is not possible to pay the entirety of camp tuition upon signing your camper(s) up, please reach out so we can arrange a payment arrangement.
* Additionally, if you sign up via the Google form but do not make any form of payment within 5 days, you will be notified for request of payment. Please contact me with any questions or concerns.
* All tuition for camp should be paid in full by June 1st, 2017.
Summer Week 1: June 18th
Summer Week 2: June 25th
Summer Week 3: July 2nd (4 day week)
Summer Week 4: July 9th
Summer Week 5: July 16th
* Camp will operate from 9-6 at a Tyler ES school (pending DCPS approval).
*Please be advised if we end up at the same location as Polite Piggies, they can provide childcare if you plan to arrive before our start time.
The CAPITAL CYCLE CAMP is a registered L.L.C in the District of Columbia under Capital Cycle with comprehensive liability insurance. All employees undergo safety training and plan out routes and procedures when camp becomes operational each summer.
Late Policy– there will be a $1 dollar per minute charge for the first five minutes after 6:00pm and $2 per minute after 6:05pm. On nice days, we will wait outside the school during pick-up time and begin unlocking bikes. If you arrive before 5:00pm, we may still be out on the streets. In any case, please feel free to reach out to me. My number is 202-510-1342.
Dropping your child off- Please reserve a little extra time on the first day to fill out any required forms that you have not completed. Parents with children under the age of ten should always walk them to the room where we start the day. Please ensure to arrive before 9:30am. After this time, we will more than likely be off-site.
Behavioral Issues- In all circumstances, I will to take the situation into account . Misbehavior will be followed with logical consequences and staff will communicate with a parent if a youngster becomes unsafe or affects the camp dynamic. As a teacher, behavior management is part of my job. I want all students to have a blast with us. Summer camp is supposed to be fun. All of the staff look forward to running a safe, supportive, and fun cycle camp!