KIDS PROGRAMS and SUMMER ART CAMP
Q. How should children dress?
We are an art studio and children should dress accordingly. Although smocks are provided, children may soil their clothes, depending upon the type of art project they are working on. It is typically NOT recommended to wear white sweaters, tops or pants to the studio. The studio temperature varies, it is suggested to bring a sweatshirt that has sleeves that can be pulled up. Please also bring Sunscreen in case we go outside to play or hunt for art supplies!
Q. What Food & Drink should be brought To Camp?
We are a NUT FREE FACILITY. Please do not send your children to camp with any nut products. Campers will need the following food and drink items for camp each day.
AM: Snack & Drink
Lunch: Bag Lunch & Drink
PM: Snack & Drink
After Care: Extra snack & drink
Please send campers with a spill proof drink containers and/or thermoses. Please bring all necessary utensils plates, napkins, or anything necessary for them to enjoy their meal. We do not have the capacity to microwave lunches. There is bottled water for sale at the studio for $1 each. *We do not recommend children drinking water from the sinks/tap within the studio. See our Camp page to get information on pizza and drink lunch options available to campers.
Q. What is the Sick Policy?
Please do not bring sick children to the studio! If your child is sick, please keep them at home until he/she is 100% well again and free from coughs, diarrhea, upset stomach, fever, and/or runny noses. Any child with a hint of yellow nasal discharge or a cough that is phlegm sounding, please do not bring them to the studio. The studio reserves the right to send a child home at any time during camp if they feel that they are not well enough to participate fully and/or if they feel they are at risk of infecting other children with an illness.
Q. What happens during a typical day at the kids club and camp?
A typical day at Scrap U & Artistry Too includes a variety of different art mediums including painting, slime making, clay modeling, paper crafting, mixed media, paper mache and more! Projects vary. Typically in the morning, the children do an art project, have a snack, and complete a second project before lunch. Time permitting, if the children have free time, they can enjoy games, draw/color or use their electronic devices. In the afternoon, the children work on one or two more art projects and have a snack. Near the end of the day, the children can wrap up any unfinished pieces of their projects, enjoy game time or mini craft projects. *Depending on the weather and our schedule, we may go outside to play games and do an art project.
Q. What happens during before and aftercare?
Extended care is offered as a courtesy for our busy families. It is not a time where art instruction is given. We do provide paper and coloring sheets and sometimes have a movie playing. If your child gets bored easily, please provide your child with things from home that might keep them occupied. Video games/tablets and phones are allowed during extended care. For PM Care, please provide your child with a drink and snack.
Q. What is your cancellation or Refund Policy?
Cancellations due to illness or medical necessity are considered on a case by case basis. Our artists are paid for each class, based on initial registration and supplies required. Therefore refunds are not typically granted but a credit toward another program may be permitted at the discretion of the studio. Note: A portion of your registration may be deducted due to incurred expenses and fees generated. If the studio is forced to cancel a class due to illness, emergency or weather related incidents, each participant will be offered a credit or a refund.
Q. Will you administer medication to my child during the Kids Club and/or Camp?
Yes. Medication can be administered by our staff. The medication must be in it's original container with the prescription information on the label. This includes having your child having an Epi Pen on hand. A completed medication form must be included for every request. Children may NOT self medicate at the studio.