College of Education & Human Sciences
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O.K.R.A. Summer Recreation Day Camp
6-8 year olds | MAY 29-June 2 | 8AM-4PM M-Th & 8AM-1PM Fri
9-11 year olds | JUNE 5-9 | 8AM-4PM M-Th & 8AM-1PM Fri
Registration opens Tuesday, April 18, 2017 | 8 a.m. | $75
REGISTER IN PERSON ONLY AT FOREST E. WYATT CENTER FOR Health, Physical Education, and Recreation at DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY.
MUST BE PRESENT TO REGISTER! PAYMENT DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION!
NO REGISTRATION FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED BEFORE APRIL 18, 2017
Our mission is to provide an active, positive, and exciting environment for youth to participate in a variety of recreational opportunities. What is O.K.R.A.? O.K.R.A. is a summer day camp providing youth ages 6-8 and 9-11 a week-long opportunity to participate in structured indoor and outdoor recreation activities. The camp provides age and developmentally appropriate, engaging instruction promoting and fostering active participation. Activities include: kayaking, canoeing, fishing, disc golf, swimming, floor hockey, interactive and team-building games, non-competitive team sports, and numerous other recreational activities. Location: O.K.R.A. Day Camp is hosted on the Delta State University campus at the Forest E. Wyatt Center. The camp utilizes many facilities and fields on the DSU campus including the Aquatic Center. Each camper is required to bring towels, swimming suits, sunscreen, water bottles, and a healthy snack & lunch. Staff: O.K.R.A. Day Camp is directed and supervised by recreation professionals. Each recreation leader is first-aid, CPR , and Red Cross Lifeguard certified. Enrollment: The O.K.R.A. Day Camp is limited to 250 participants on a first come, first served basis due to staffing and facility use policies. In order to fully enroll a child, you must fill out the registration forms and submitted to OKRA camp headquarters on the campus of Delta State University.