Youth Summer Programs

This summer, we are introducing an adapted Youth Summer Program for our families. Watch our Webinar from June 3 to learn more from our program leaders.

Youth Summer Programs in Fredonia

2 Week Sessions for kids entering K5-9th Grade
Session 1: June 29 – July 10 (no program July 3)
Session 2: July 13 – July 24
Session 3: July 27 – August 7
Session 4: August 10- August 21
Transportation will be provided daily from the JCC in Whitefish Bay only



Contact Shelby Kass at 414-967-8248.

Morning Drop-off at JCC • 8:15-8:45 AM
Parents will drive to the check-in location for their Unit. Child will have their temperature checked before exiting the car and a short questionnaire will be conducted. Child must wear mask upon arrival and throughout bus ride.

Afternoon Pick-Up at JCC • 4:30-5:00 PM
Parents will drive up to bus stop location and park. Once buses arrive, children will be released to parents.

Unit Structure

  • Children will be placed in Units by grade, maximum 48 children per Unit.
  • Units broken into groups of maximum 12 campers with 2 counselors.
  • Each Unit will be located at a unique Campsite each day


  • Each campsite has a theme for programming, and Units will visit a new themed campsite each day. Themes include Wild World of Sports, Greatest Show, Imagination Station, Crazy Olympics, STEM Central, Adventure Mountain, Mitzvah Magic.
  • Each campsite is a unique space for one Unit that includes individual bathrooms, handwashing, shade, grass, and inclement weather spaces. Units will remain at their campsite and not co-mingle with other Units throughout day.

Learn more by watching our Youth Summer Program Webinar

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