Summer Camp Florida

Spanish Summer Camp in Tampa Florida

The best Summer Camp in Hillsborough County, FL .

 

Our children camp is a unique and personalized experience with summer activities for kids! They learn Spanish, explore world cultures and make new friends! Come Join Us!

 

Income based prices! Cost reduced to only $180!

Kids Learn Spanish in Summer

The program is designed for kids to study and learn Spanish. We offer fun and engaging activities to combat the summer slide.

 

Our Spanish Summer Camp is the best way to learn to speak Spanish while having fun!

 

Spanish Language Learning

PRICE

  • $450.00 (Standard)

  • $180.00 (Income Based)

  • Income-Based Pricing Qualifications:

    • Must qualify & receive Free/Reduced school meals

    • Reside in 33612, 33613 or 33617 Zipcodes

    • New Program Participant

ACTIVITIES

  • Language and Cultural Enrichment

  • Puerto Rican and Mexican customs

  • Culture through food & dance

  • Literacy skills

  • FREE Breakfast/Lunch

  • Friday Pizza Days

  • YMCA Swimming Lessons

  • Field Trips

  • Computer Coding/Robotics

  • Free Bike Safety Gear 

  • Fire Safety & Engine Tour

LEVELS

  • Open to K-5th Grade Students. (6-11 years old)

  • Beginner-immediate level of Spanish.

  • Max. 20 students 

START DATES

  • June 7- July 2, 2021 (4 Weeks)

  • Monday-Friday; 8:00 AM-2:00 PM

  • ReDefiners World Languages, 8056 N. 56th St., Tampa, FL 33617

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is eligible to apply for the 60% Discount?


- Children ages 6-11
- Must qualify & receive Free/Reduced school meals
- Reside in 33612, 33613 or 33617 Zip codes New Program Participant




What is the process for the kids changing in and out of swim clothes? Do they have a private area to do this? (Not a group locker room)


All clothing changes will be done in the YMCA changing rooms however, there are private areas (including restroom stalls) and if you wish, we can have your child change in a private room here at the center, before we commute to the YMCA.




What is done to ensure that kids are protected from any sort of abusers or sexual predators?


We understand your concern, please note, that no child will be 1:1 with an adult or anyone for that matter. Our teachers and staff are paired and, in an effort to be overly cautious, for our field trip daysall of our program staff will be traveling to the YMCA, even though the certified swim instructors will be providing the actual lessons with our participants. With that being said, all program staff must undergo a clearance (as mentioned above, to be a part of the program). Additionally, our facility is equipped with cameras (and microphones) in the classrooms to monitor activity.




What is the adult to child ratio for swimming time?


Just as you are concerned, our program is certainly concerned and so is the YMCA and therefore, the approved ratio from the YMCA is 1 Instructor to 8 kids. This means, we will only have one group in the water at a time, and we will have one of our own staff in the water with the group. Also note that for swim instruction, all 8 children are not actively engaging at the same time, students sit on the ledge or hold on to the ledge and move 1 by 1 as instructed and within close range of the instructor.




Is all the swimming time going to be a structured lesson, or is there some time that is more like “free swim”?


The time in water is explicitly for swimming lessons, not free swim. We only have a specific time contracted to be in the water at the YMCA with YMCA instructors, not for free swim. Therefore, the participants who are not actively in the water will be engaging in swim safety activities on deck as they wait.




Are the swim instructors certified life guards?


Yes, the Swim Instructors are certified and qualified to not only instruct but to perform CPR and life saving techniques, if needed.




What kind of emergency/first aid training do camp instructors/volunteers receive?


Program staff participate in Red Cross First Aid Training as part of our professional development and pre-program training for new summer program staff.




Are all volunteers and staff background checked? How recently are these checks done?


All program staff (including volunteers & contracted staff) MUST undergo a Level II fingerprint/FBI background clearance to work within our program and for our program to operate as a whole.




What do I get with the discount?


- 60% Program Fee Discount to all eligible children in household
- FREE Breakfast & Lunch
- Discounted Family rate for after-care programming $50.00 per family per week




How to apply for the 60% OFF?


1. Click on the SIGN UP button 2. Complete the application
3. Submit Proof of Income Eligibility




Will food be provided?


Yes, breakfast and lunch will be provided along with snacks during the day. Participants who have special diets are asked to bring their own meals. All participants are welcome to bring a meal/snack to supplement meals included in the program.




Is Pick-Up available?


ReDefiners World Languages does not offer transportation services however, our center is located at HART bus stop 6/39.
Florida Little Angels Transportation offers door-to-door bus service at a low cost. They can be reached at: (813) 440-0768




Is housing provided?


No, this non-residential program does not offer housing.





 
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