Club Kids and Camp
Club Kids Before and After School Program
Ages 6 to 14 Years Old
The Club Kids Before and After School program is a cooperative effort between the Roselle Park District, School District #12, School District #20, and School District #11, conducted at Spring Hills, Waterbury, and Medinah Primary Schools.
The Club Kids Program provides a fun, structured, and safe environment for kids before and after school. Staff organizes daily group and individual activities including homework time, games, crafts, outdoor play, and athletic activities. The staff to child ratio is 1:10. A snack is provided to children in both the before and after school programs. Club Kids is designed to help promote and engage children in a mix of, fitness, socialization, and most of all, FUN!
The Club Kids program is held at Spring Hills, Waterbury, and Medinah Primary for the entire 2013-2014 school year. The before school program operates daily from 6:30 am until the start of school and the after school program operates daily from the end of school until 6:00 pm. For those enrolled in the after school program, early release and half days are included, and no separate registration is required. However, a sack lunch is needed on half days.
Click on the links below to download Club Kids Packets. Download, print and complete the packet and register in person at the Clauss Recreation Center located at 555 W. Bryn Mawr Ave in Roselle.
Club Kids Program September through May (You may register anytime during the school year)
Call (630) 894-4200 for prices
To Withdraw from School
Need a program that offers flexibility. Punch Cards are available.
Before and after school care is available please call for more information, (630) 894-4200
School Day Off Activities
When school is out your kids are in! There are plenty of things your kids can do when school is out. Send your kids to the Roselle Park District for a day of fun and adventures. The kids will be entertained with games, crafts, movies, gym time, and more. Please send a sack lunch with your child. MIN/MAX: 10/40 LOC: CRC
No School Sports Time | AGES 8-13
Parents, do the kids have the day off from school? Need some peace and quiet? Tired of them staring at those walls or watching TV? Alright, make some calls, and get the car pool going! We are turning the gym over to the kids for some high-powered basketball fun! A supervisor will be on hand to keep the action fun and safe on both courts.
Grades 3-8 12:30-2:30 pm
FEE: $3 MIN/MAX: Open LOC: Gym
Half Day Kindergarten Enrichment Programs
Half Day Kindergarten Enrichment Programs provide quality instructional time from educational experts in the areas which your child might not receive during their half day kindergarten at school. Included are activities involving art, music, physical education, science, Spanish, and technology. Your child will learn through various activities designed to educate and entertain all through hands on discovery.
Transportation will be provided for kindergarteners to/from District 12 Spring Hills School to/from the Clauss Recreation Center(CRC). All programming will be held in the Mulberry Room at the CRC and children will always be escorted to and from the bus by a park district staff member.
The program is flexible in scheduling and you can choose to select specific enrichments where pick-up and drop-off may be required, or fill your child’s day with learning and fun.
All enrichment programs require payment in full at time of registration, please see program descriptors for details and registration fees. The lunch and break session do not have a fee attached and can only be registered for if your child is attending both enrichment programs offered on that day. All children attending the lunch session should bring a sack lunch. All sections are non-refundable.
2017 Summer Camp
Camp Laugh-A-Lot (EB)
AGES 5-12 by June 6
You can now register online. Click here to view instructions
Click here to view info.
More information in the Summer Brochure which mails May 1
Camp Laugh-A-Lot includes a wide variety of children’s programs that combine education and fun, individual attention and group interaction.
Camp will be split between two age groups; 5-8 year olds and 9-12 year olds. Camp will meet daily at the Clauss Recreation Center, with a new theme and related activities every week. After drop-off, the camp will split to help ensure that the campers get age appropriate activities. A portion of camp may be at The Scout Lodge as well. All pick-up and drop-off will be at the CRC.
The camp schedule includes fun weekly themes, arts and crafts, themed games, swimming on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Kemmerling Pool, and a weekly field trip on Wednesdays. Children need to bring sunscreen, a lunch and drink every day. All campers will also receive a Roselle Park District Camp Laugh-A-Lot Summer Camp T-shirt.
Choose the days and weeks that work best for you! The flexible options let you customize the days and weeks your camper attends.Before and after care are available for an additional fee.
Excellent Value. The Roselle Park District offers incredible experiences at an affordable price.
Options. Campers can choose enrichment blocks within Camp Laugh-A-Lot.
CAMP LAUGH-A-LOT DAY CAMP 5-8 yr olds – ID: 125396 9-12 yr olds – ID: 125397
No prorated rates.
Register one week at a time or sign up for all 10 weeks!
or register for one day at a time!
Weekly Times: Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
Before Care: Monday through Friday, 6:30 to 8:30 am
After Care: Monday through Friday, 3:30 to 6:00 pm
AGES 12 and up
Are you looking for an opportunity to learn leadership skills that will help prepare you to get a job when you are old enough? Counselors-in-training will work with Camp Laugh-A-Lot
staff to lead activities, play games, and learn skills that will help prepare them for their first job. Please fill out an application packet at the front desk. Like Camp Laugh-A-Lot, 2 and 3 day per week options are available. Registration fees are attached to the application packet. Spaces are not guaranteed, so apply early for the best chances to become an official CIT!
Make sure you check the summer brochure which mails May 1, 2016 for the sports camp offering
Lil’ Hitters Baseball Camp (EB)
Batter up! This program is the fun way to learn the basics of throwing, catching, and hitting for young T-ball stars. Players will develop confidence and experience success in a supportive instructional environment learning age appropriate activities that develop arm strength, throwing accuracy, eye-hand coordination and power. Players should expect to perform stretching, running, throwing, catching, and fielding drills along with hitting off a tee. Bring your glove and a water bottle. Parents are encouraged to participate with the instruction. Only soft and wiffel balls are allowed in the class. This class is a great way to make your child’s t-ball experience more successful and enjoyable. Rained-out dates may be rescheduled for a different day of the week or moved indoors. Please call our front desk (630-894-4200) an hour prior to start time if there is any question in regards to class being held outdoors due to weather and/or field conditions.
Lake Park Summer Tennis Camps )
These lessons will use a skill-based approach to develop all aspects of an individual’s tennis game. Innovative programs have been developed to accommodate a variety of ages, skill levels, and goals. Lake Park Head Tennis Coach Tim Martin will lead a staff of experienced coaches and players to improve athletes of all levels, ranging in skill from beginner to collegiate level. Groundstrokes, including the forehand and backhand, along with proper serving technique and volleying will be taught. Footwork, mental strategies, and match-play tactics will be emphasized. This program will combine skill development with games and match-play to give the students a well-rounded and enjoyable experience.
Roselle Park District Summer Basketball Camp
Get your kids out of the summer heat and humidity for a week while they learn the basic and advanced basketball skills needed to improve their game. Afternoons will consist of stretching, learning the fundamentals, station work, contests, and scrimmages. Campers will be grouped by age and skill level. Each participant will receive a camp T-shirt and participation trophy. Please bring your age appropriate sized basketball.
Soccer Made in America Training Camp
The Soccer Made in America Training Camp offers a fully integrated program of soccer techniques and tactics. The camp is designed to teach players proper technical skills while enjoying playing soccer. Professional clinicians will provide five consecutive half-day sessions of soccer instruction and games. Players are divided into groups of ten or less according to ability first and age second. Beginning players will be introduced to the fundamental techniques and apply them in games. Intermediate players who have mastered basic techniques will be challenged to higher-level competition. Players must bring their own soccer ball, shin guards, and water bottle. Each registrant receives a camp T-shirt, Certificate of Achievement and participation in contests with awards given to winners on “Awards Day” Friday.