Camp Alonim Terms and Conditions
Below are the current Terms and Conditions for Camp Alonim. These Terms and Conditions are subject to change. Enrolled families will receive notifications of changes directly.
A $150 cancellation fee will be charged for Winter Camp cancellations made by November 30, 2023. A $250 cancellation fee will be charged for Winter Camp cancellations made between December 1 and December 11. After December 11, the Winter Camp cancellation fee is the entire tuition amount. Any requested Winter Camp cancellations must be submitted in writing to email@example.com.
All Camp Alonim summer sessions are fully refundable until February 1, 2024. The cancellation fee for Sessions Rishon, Rishon A, Rishon B, and Session Sheini, between February 2 and April 30 is $250, and between May 1 and June 1 is $500. The cancellation fee for Mini Session A and Mini Session B between February 2 and April 30 is $150, and between May 1 and June 1 is $250. The cancellation fee for CIT Summer between February 2 and April 30 is $400, and between May 1 and June 1 is $800. After June 1, the cancellation fee for Sessions Rishon, Rishon A, Rishon B, Session Sheini, Mini A and Mini B Sessions, and CIT Summer, is the entire tuition amount for the applicable session(s). Cancellation fee payments cannot be applied to other campers’ tuition, other sessions, or possible future enrollments. Any requested Camp Alonim cancellations must be submitted in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Failure or refusal to pay the balance of the camp tuition by the deadline may result in the camp’s cancellation of your child’s enrollment and the charging of the applicable cancellation fee as set forth above.
Campers are not permitted to leave camp during the session unless permission is obtained from the camp in writing at the time of enrollment. The camp ordinarily does not permit campers to arrive late, to leave camp during the session, or to depart early. For example, requests to miss camp for family celebrations, trips, friends’ Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, sporting events, concerts, and medical appointments are typically not granted. Please select a session that does not conflict with such activities. Campers who leave camp during the session without prior written authorization from the camp will not be permitted to return, with the entire tuition amount being forfeited and any remaining balance becoming due immediately.
All daily and as-needed medications must be provided to the Health Center staff at the beginning of the session to be dispensed by the camp medical staff. Possession of medications by a camper is forbidden without written permission from the Health Center.
For Winter Camp: a $25 per-camper medication fee will be charged for medication (daily or as-needed) that is dropped off at the beginning of the session.
For Summer Camp:For health and safety reasons, Camp Alonim requires that families of summer sleepaway campers who take daily medications (prescription or over-the-counter medications) use Wellspring Pharmacy, a pre-packaging medication program that dispenses, packages, and ships medications directly to camp prior to campers’ arrival. The only exceptions to this requirement are if Wellspring notifies the camp in advance that it is unable to accept a family’s insurance or is unable to dispense a medication. Wellspring charges per-camper (not per-medication) packaging/shipping fees for this service: $50 for campers attending up to 30 days of camp; $80 for campers attending over 30 days of camp (does not include the cost of medicine). Campers who only take as-needed medications, as well as campers whose insurance is not accepted by Wellspring, will instead directly provide the Health Center staff with such items upon campers’ arrival at camp and then be charged the $50 per-camper medication fee ($80 for campers attending over 30 days) by the camp. Campers who will have both daily medications through Wellspring and as-needed medications that are dropped off will only be charged a fee by Wellspring, not by the camp. Families with campers who will take daily medication at camp, and who are eligible to use Wellspring but either fail or refuse to do so either in whole or in part, will be charged a mandatory $300 service fee per camper by the camp, in addition to the $50 or $80 per-camper medication fee (whichever is applicable) that is charged by the camp.
If you have questions about medications at camp, you may contact the camp office at any time, including prior to submitting this enrollment application. Further information about the handling of camper medications will be made available in the summer forms.
PROPERTY AND PROHIBITED ITEMS
Any defacing of camp property discovered during or after the session will result in a damage fee of no less than $75 per offense.
A packing list, including information about items we prohibit, will be available. Prohibited items include, but are not limited to, alcohol, cigarettes, drugs (including cannabis/marijuana in any form), drug/vaping paraphernalia, weapons, knives, and cell phones. Camp Alonim has the right to search your child’s belongings if there is suspicion that they are in possession of items that are in violation of Camp Alonim policies. Campers found to have possessed or used prohibited items may be dismissed.
PHONE CALLS AND VISITS
By submitting this enrollment application, you agree that Camp Alonim and AJU have permission to email any member of your family, including your children. You further agree that Camp Alonim and AJU may use any photography, videography, likeness, and/or sound image recordings of your child in any published material related to Camp Alonim and AJU, including but not limited to websites, brochures, and advertising.
By submitting this enrollment application, you agree that the camp has permission to transport your child to/from the campgrounds for any and all trips, competitions, and events.