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WELCOME TO CAMP DISCOVERY!

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Give your child a safe and unforgettable STEM experience at Camp Discovery’s multi-day camp program for children ages 6 through 12 (entering grades 1-6). MODS provides campers with interactive exploration and immersive learning opportunities. Let the summer of science begin!

For ages 6-12
Time: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Before and After Care Available from 9-10 a.m. and 4-5 p.m. in the Atrium and/or outdoor Science Park for physical distancing.

What you can always expect at Camp Discovery:

  • Spectacular STEM programming delivered by Museum STEM educators in a safe environment in age-appropriate groups and sessions.

Keeping Healthy Scientists Safe in Summer 2020 means:

  • Reduced group sizes and ratios for physical distancing (11 campers per 1 educator + support counselor).
  • Touchless entry including a daily temperature check and sign-in process.
  • Daily health and safety protocol review with campers, including:
    • Every camper must bring a mask each day. Masks are available for purchase in the Explore Store for $8-10 if not supplied by caregivers.
    • Every camper must bring a reusable water bottle clearly labeled with their name. No single-use plastic bottles, please.
    • Physical distancing guidelines adherence.
    • Proper handwashing technique and frequent reminders.
    • Designated Camp restrooms and water fountain.
  • Required pre-registration for a guaranteed spot.
  • Campers must bring their own nonrefrigerated lunch.
  • Museum educators in masks.
  • Adherence to all local, state and national health and safety laws, rules and guidelines. Camp educators are prepared to provide an amazing summer that does not rely on Museum exhibit exploration or IMAX as programming components.

Thank you for choosing the Museum of Discovery & Science and Camp Discovery for your child's STEM camp experience. If you have any questions when completing this form, please call us at 954.713.0930 or email booking@mods.net. Our guest experience specialists will be happy to assist you.

Summer Camp Registration

MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION I am not a current MODS memberI am currently a MODS Member-ID#

PARENT INFORMATION

CHILD INFORMATION

CHILD 1

CAMP DISCOVERY PROGRAM SELECTIONS

July 6-Aug. 14
Five-Day Camp

Museum members: $200 per week
Non-members: $225 per week

Aug. 17-18
Two-Day Camp

Museum members: $80
Non-members: $90

Multi-child discounts: Save off total for each Two-Day Camp and Five-Day Camp.
Multiple day camps cannot be prorated for fewer days attended.

PLEASE MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS BELOW *

Mars 2020 - July 6-10 (Five-Day Camp)Solve It! - July 13-17 (Five-Day Camp)Hogwarts Summer School - July 20-24 (Five-Day Camp)Chillin’ like a Villain - July 27-31 (Five-Day Camp)Hogwarts Fantastic Beasts - August 3-7 (Five-Day Camp)Wet ‘n’ Wild Florida - August 10-14 (Five-Day Camp)Mad Science: Time to Slime! - August 17-18 (Two-Day Camp)
BEFORE AND AFTERCARE

The regular camp day runs from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Should you need before and aftercare, which extends the camp day to 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. for an additional $5 per day, please indicate below.

Yes – My child does need before/aftercare.No – My child does not need before/aftercare


MEDICAL INFORMATION

Is your child taking any medications regularly?*

NoYes

If yes, please specify medication name, dose and any essential information in case of emergency.

Does your child have any allergies (food or environmental)*

NoYes

If yes, please specify allergy and any essential information in case of an emergency.

Please list any other information that you feel will help us ensure your camper has the best experience possible. This includes: medical background, personality or a disability.


I understand that Museum staff will not hold or dispense any medication for my child.

CHILD 2

CAMP DISCOVERY PROGRAM SELECTIONS

July 6-Aug. 14
Five-Day Camp

Museum members: $200 per week
Non-members: $225 per week

Aug. 17-18
Two-Day Camp

Museum members: $80
Non-members: $90

Multi-child discounts: Save off total for each Two-Day Camp, Five-Day Camp.
Multiple day camps cannot be prorated for fewer days attended.

PLEASE MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS BELOW *

Mars 2020 - July 6-10 (Five-Day Camp)Solve It! - July 13-17 (Five-Day Camp)Hogwarts Summer School - July 20-24 (Five-Day Camp)Chillin’ like a Villain - July 27-31 (Five-Day Camp)Hogwarts Fantastic Beasts - August 3-7 (Five-Day Camp)Wet ‘n’ Wild Florida - August 10-14 (Five-Day Camp)Mad Science: Time to Slime! - August 17-18 (Two-Day Camp)
BEFORE AND AFTERCARE

The regular camp day runs from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Should you need before and aftercare, which extends the camp day to 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. for an additional $5 per day, please indicate below.

Yes – My child does need before/aftercare.No – My child does not need before/aftercare


MEDICAL INFORMATION

Is your child taking any medications regularly?*

NoYes

If yes, please specify medication name, dose and any essential information in case of emergency.

Does your child have any allergies (food or environmental)*

NoYes

If yes, please specify allergy and any essential information in case of an emergency.

Please list any other information that you feel will help us ensure your camper has the best experience possible. This includes: medical background, personality or a disability.

I understand that Museum staff will not hold or dispense any medication for my child.

CHILD 3

CAMP DISCOVERY PROGRAM SELECTIONS

July 6-Aug. 14
Five-Day Camp

Museum members: $200 per week
Non-members: $225 per week

Aug. 17-18
Two-Day Camp

Museum members: $80
Non-members: $90

Multi-child discounts: Save off total for each Two-Day Camp, Five-Day Camp.
Multiple day camps cannot be prorated for fewer days attended.

PLEASE MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS BELOW *

Mars 2020 - July 6-10 (Five-Day Camp)Solve It! - July 13-17 (Five-Day Camp)Hogwarts Summer School - July 20-24 (Five-Day Camp)Chillin’ like a Villain - July 27-31 (Five-Day Camp)Hogwarts Fantastic Beasts - August 3-7 (Five-Day Camp)Wet ‘n’ Wild Florida - August 10-14 (Five-Day Camp)Mad Science: Time to Slime! - August 17-18 (Two-Day Camp)
BEFORE AND AFTERCARE

The regular camp day runs from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Should you need before and aftercare, which extends the camp day to 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. for an additional $5 per day, please indicate below.

Yes – My child does need before/aftercare.No – My child does not need before/aftercare


MEDICAL INFORMATION

Is your child taking any medications regularly?*

NoYes

If yes, please specify medication name, dose and any essential information in case of emergency.

Does your child have any allergies (food or environmental)*

NoYes

If yes, please specify allergy and any essential information in case of an emergency.

Please list any other information that you feel will help us ensure your camper has the best experience possible. This includes: medical background, personality or a disability.

I understand that Museum staff will not hold or dispense any medication for my child.

CHILD 4

CAMP DISCOVERY PROGRAM SELECTIONS

July 6-Aug. 14
Five-Day Camp

Museum members: $200 per week
Non-members: $225 per week

Aug. 17-18
Two-Day Camp

Museum members: $80
Non-members: $90

Multi-child discounts: Save off total for each Two-Day Camp, Five-Day Camp.
Multiple day camps cannot be prorated for fewer days attended.

PLEASE MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS BELOW *

Mars 2020 - July 6-10 (Five-Day Camp)Solve It! - July 13-17 (Five-Day Camp)Hogwarts Summer School - July 20-24 (Five-Day Camp)Chillin’ like a Villain - July 27-31 (Five-Day Camp)Hogwarts Fantastic Beasts - August 3-7 (Five-Day Camp)Wet ‘n’ Wild Florida - August 10-14 (Five-Day Camp)Mad Science: Time to Slime! - August 17-18 (Two-Day Camp)
BEFORE AND AFTERCARE

The regular camp day runs from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Should you need before and aftercare, which extends the camp day to 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. for an additional $5 per day, please indicate below.

Yes – My child does need before/aftercare.No – My child does not need before/aftercare


MEDICAL INFORMATION

Is your child taking any medications regularly?*

NoYes

If yes, please specify medication name, dose and any essential information in case of emergency.

Does your child have any allergies (food or environmental)*

NoYes

If yes, please specify allergy and any essential information in case of an emergency.

Please list any other information that you feel will help us ensure your camper has the best experience possible. This includes: medical background, personality or a disability.

I understand that Museum staff will not hold or dispense any medication for my child.

CHILD 5

CAMP DISCOVERY PROGRAM SELECTIONS

July 6-Aug. 14
Five-Day Camp

Museum members: $200 per week
Non-members: $225 per week

Aug. 17-18
Two-Day Camp

Museum members: $80
Non-members: $90

Multi-child discounts: Save off total for each Two-Day Camp, Five-Day Camp.
Multiple day camps cannot be prorated for fewer days attended.

PLEASE MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS BELOW *

Mars 2020 - July 6-10 (Five-Day Camp)Solve It! - July 13-17 (Five-Day Camp)Hogwarts Summer School - July 20-24 (Five-Day Camp)Chillin’ like a Villain - July 27-31 (Five-Day Camp)Hogwarts Fantastic Beasts - August 3-7 (Five-Day Camp)Wet ‘n’ Wild Florida - August 10-14 (Five-Day Camp)Mad Science: Time to Slime! - August 17-18 (Two-Day Camp)
BEFORE AND AFTERCARE

The regular camp day runs from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Should you need before and aftercare, which extends the camp day to 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. for an additional $5 per day, please indicate below.

Yes – My child does need before/aftercare.No – My child does not need before/aftercare


MEDICAL INFORMATION

Is your child taking any medications regularly?*

NoYes

If yes, please specify medication name, dose and any essential information in case of emergency.

Does your child have any allergies (food or environmental)*

NoYes

If yes, please specify allergy and any essential information in case of an emergency.

Please list any other information that you feel will help us ensure your camper has the best experience possible. This includes: medical background, personality or a disability.

I understand that Museum staff will not hold or dispense any medication for my child.

General Information

Check-In (9:45 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.)

FIRST DAY OF CAMP ONLY
Check in at Information Desk at the Museum of Discovery and Science

Each day a parent or guardian will be expected to sign in their child. You may temporarily park your car in the bus loop located on SW 5TH Avenue for drop-off and pick-up PRIOR to 3 p.m.


Check-Out (3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.)

Parents checking in or picking up a child between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. must visit the Information Desk. Each afternoon, after 3:00 p.m., check-out will be outside at the bottom of the stairwell on 4th Avenue, located on the east side of the Museum. A parent or guardian must present a photo ID sign the log for check-out. Only adults indicated on the Camp Policy and Emergency Information Form will be allowed to check out a camper. (NO EXCEPTIONS)


Before (9:00-10:00 a.m.) and After Care (4:00-5:00 p.m.)

A daily fee of $5 is charged per child for before/after care and will take place in the Discovery Center. Late pick-up will incur an additional fee of $10 per child for each additional 5 minutes of care.


Camp T-Shirt

All campers are required to wear a Camp Discovery t-shirt. Two free t-shirts per child will be provided for any multi-day camp. For one-day camps, t-shirts must be worn by all campers and are available for purchase at a cost of $10/shirt during check-in.


Lunches and Snacks

Campers must bring their own bag lunches that do not require refrigeration. A prepackaged snack will be provided twice a day. Campers may also bring snacks from home, especially if they have dietary restrictions including kosher and allergies. Please do not send money for snack machines.


What to wear and what to bring

Campers should wear comfortable clothing that is suitable for indoors, outdoors and getting dirty. Shorts and t-shirts are recommended. Sneakers or closed-toe shoes are required. Children should be prepared to spend short periods of time outside and participate daily in physical activity. It is recommended that children bring insect repellent, sunblock and a reusable water bottle.


What not to bring

Cash, toys, electronics, cell phones and other valuables should not be brought to Camp. The Museum is not responsible for any personal items that are lost or stolen.


Contacting your child during Camp Discovery

If you have an emergency and need to contact your child during camp hours, please call 954.467.6637 ext. 207 for the Camp Director or 954.713.0930 to reach the guest experience department. If a parent would like a direct line to contact camp, then the Camp Director will provide it to you at the time of check-in.


Friday is Explore Store Day

Campers will have an opportunity to visit the Explore Store on Friday. If you’d like your child to visit the Store, please give them a little money to spend when you drop them off on Friday. If you select not to have them participate we will provide another activity for them.

Code of Conduct Agreement

Please read the following Code of Conduct policies aloud with your Child/ren.

To ensure that Camp Discovery is fun and exciting for everyone, there are some basic rules that must be followed to maintain a safe and healthy environment for all campers.

As a camper at the Museum of Discovery and Science, I agree that I will:

• Be mindful to my instructors, and respect their requests
• Be responsible for my own actions
• Keep my hands to myself
• Respect other people’s property
• Have fun in ways that are safe to others and myself
• Respect my fellow campers
• Use appropriate language
• Tell my instructors when I need help or if someone is bothering me

If I do not follow the rules:

First time
I will be given a verbal warning explaining the expected behavior.

Second time
I will be removed from the activity and a note will be sent home.

Third time
The camp manager will be notified, and my parents will be called to pick me up.

Eligibility:
Any child that is sent home from camp will be ineligible to return to any MODS camp for one year.

Please type your name below to indicate your acknowledgment.

Type names in the field below.


Emergency Contact Information


In case of emergency, we will contact the parents/guardians in the order listed below.

Emergency Contact 1

Emergency Contact 2

Emergency Contact 3


I authorize only the persons listed above to pick-up my child from the camp. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Please note:
In case of sudden illness or misbehavior, an adult must be immediately available to pick up the child. Museum staff may dismiss a camper at any time due to poor conduct.

EMERGENCY TREATMENT RELEASE

In the event of a serious illness, accident, or injury that would require medical attention, 911 will be called and my child may be taken to the nearest emergency center. My acknowledgment below indicates that I have read and understand the policies stated above and that I agree to abide by them.

HOLD HARMLESS

I agree to indemnify and hold harmless the Museum of Discovery and Science at 401 SW 2nd Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312-1707, from any claims, damages, losses, costs and expenses resulting from the participation of my child in the Museum of Discovery and Science Camp.

PROMOTIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY RELEASE

I understand the Museum of Discovery and Science may take photos/video of students during the program for publicity purposes.

YES - You may photograph my child (for promotional purposes)NO - Do not photograph my child

My acknowledgment below indicates that I have read and understand the policies stated above and that I agree to abide by them.

Payment Information

Personal check. Accepted from Members only. Please make checks payable to Museum of Discovery and Science.Credit Card

Please note: Your credit card will be processed upon confirmation with a member of our guest experience team.