Kayitz Logo in blue-green
Kayitz summer 2023 word art

Kayitz is excited to offer 6 weeks of Specialty Camps for rising Kindergarteners through 7th graders for Summer 2023!

Campers enrolled in Kayitz will spend half of each day exploring one specialty area each week.  Specialists will work with campers to enhance skill levels in these areas.  In addition, all Kayitz campers will engage in outdoor sports and water activities, art, social justice projects and more.    Hot lunch will be available to order.

All medical forms must be submitted by Monday, May 1.

Check out all the fun we had at Kayitz last summer!
Can’t wait to see you in summer 2023!
 
Join the Kayitz team as a staff member this summer!
Employment and volunteer opportunities are available for rising 8th-12th graders.  Application deadline is April 1, 2023.
 
Kayitz "weeks" word art
kids cooking 3

WEEK 1
June 20-23
COOKING

kayitz - camp

WEEK 2
June 26-30
DRAMA & THEATER PRODUCTION

Creative Media image

WEEK 3
July 5-7
CREATIVE MEDIA: Magazine and Broadcast Production

Lego pic

WEEK 4
July 10-14
LEGO & ROBOTICS

Kayitz art image

WEEK 5
July 17-21
ART

kayitz sports image

WEEK 6
July 24-28
SPORTS CLINICS

Kayitz "weeks" word art
kids cooking 3

WEEK 1
June 20-23
COOKING

kayitz - camp

WEEK 2
June 26-30
DRAMA & THEATER PRODUCTION

Creative Media image

WEEK 3
July 5-7
CREATIVE MEDIA:
Magazine & Broadcast Production

Lego pic

WEEK 4
July 10-14
LEGO & ROBOTICS

Kayitz art image

WEEK 5
July 17-21
ART

kayitz sports image

WEEK 6
July 24-28
SPORTS CLINICS

SPECIALTY DESCRIPTIONS

DAILY ACTIVITIES

FLAGPOLE
Open the camp day with flag raising, songs and games

SPECIALTY BLOCK
Explore a different topic each week led by specialist in the field

KEHILLAH
Community building opportunities

MISCHAK
Outdoor sports and play

HAGIGAH
Activities including art, social justice, water activities

SHABBAT AT KAYITZ

SHABBAT STORY
with Rabbi Weiss

SHABBAT SLIDESHOW
Fun recap of the week!

SHABBAT SHIRA
Song Session with Cantor Larry

SHABBAT BINGO

SNACK
Challah and Grape Juice

HOURS, FEES AND DISCOUNTS

HOURS:
9:15 AM – 3:30 PM

FEES:
$400 per week
($275 for the 3-day week of July 4th)

DISCOUNTS:
-TBA Member Discount

-Multi-Session Discount
-Sibling Discount
-See our Policies section for more information
-If you are a TBA member and would like to apply for a scholarship, please click here for information.

HOT LUNCH

MONDAY:
Pizza, apple sauce and chocolate chip cookies
TUESDAY:
Chicken tenders, fruit cups and Oreos
WEDNESDAY:
Mac and Cheese, carrots with ranch dressing and chocolate chip cookies
THURSDAY:
Penne with marinara, apple slices and jello
FRIDAY:
Pizza, carrots with ranch and pudding

Lunches are provided by Potomac Pizza and are $7.50/day.   
Sign up is required in advance.

Camp photo for Kayitz web page

SPECIALTY DESCRIPTIONS

DAILY ACTIVITIES

FLAGPOLE
Open the camp day with flag raising, songs and games

SPECIALTY BLOCK
Explore a different topic each week led by specialist in the field

KEHILLAH
Community building opportunities

MISCHAK
Outdoor sports and play

HAGIGAH
Activities including art, social justice, water activities

SHABBAT AT KAYITZ

SHABBAT STORY
with Rabbi Weiss

SHABBAT SLIDESHOW
Fun recap of the week!

SHABBAT SHIRA
Song Session with Cantor Larry

SHABBAT BINGO

SNACK
Challah and Grape Juice

HOURS, FEES AND DISCOUNTS

HOURS:
9:15 AM – 3:30 PM

FEES:
$400 per week
($275 for the 3-day week of July 4th)

DISCOUNTS:
-TBA Member Discount

-Multi-Session Discount
-Sibling Discount
-See our Policies section for more information
-If you are a TBA member and would like to apply for a scholarship, please click here for information.

HOT LUNCH

MONDAY:
Pizza, apple sauce and chocolate chip cookies
TUESDAY:
Chicken tenders, fruit cups and Oreos
WEDNESDAY:
Mac and Cheese, carrots with ranch dressing and chocolate chip cookies
THURSDAY:
Penne with marinara, apple slices and jello
FRIDAY:
Pizza, carrots with ranch and pudding

Lunches are provided by Potomac Pizza and are $7.50/day.   
Sign up is required in advance.

Camp photo for Kayitz web page

POLICIES & FORMS

Temple Beth Ami Summer Programs were established using safety guidelines established by CDC and Maryland Department of Health (MDH).  Additionally, Kayitz will follow regulations established by Maryland Department Of Health Youth Camp Licensing.

Given ongoing changes in regulations, program offerings are subject to change. As required by licensing, Kayitz has a health supervisor. All camp health matters are under the discretion of the health supervisor.
QUESTIONS?
Contact
Kim Roberts, Director of Education or
Alyssa Katon, Kayitz Supervisor