The Southeast Community College Child Development Center offers a Summer Camp for school aged children during the
Scholarships are available for PELL eligible SCC registered student/parents to help cover the cost of the camp
fee(s). Scholarships are provided by the U.S. Department of Education CCAMPIS Grant. Please apply prior to
registration for camp. Apply for financial support. If
you have questions or need assistance, please stop by the
Child Development Center on the Lincoln campus, email email@example.com or call 402-437-2450.
Please review camp sessions and descriptions below to determine which camp sessions to register your child for. You
may register for as sessions as you want. SPECIAL OFFER: If you register for five or more sessions, the camp session
fee will be reduced by $5 per camp. Register for summer camp sessions by completing one of the following
registration form options. Additional health and permission forms will need to be completed for camp participation.
Please note that your registration will not be confirmed until deposit is received.
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A week camp will typically include one trip to the pool or splashpad, one trip to a local library or park and 2-3
theme-related trips (examples: trip to the zoo during animal week, climbing a rock wall during fitness week). We
will do our best to accommodate all trips listed however, trips are subject to change due to transportation
availability, staffing or unforeseeable circumstances. Additional trips or guest visitors may be added depending on
- May 30 – June 2 (4-DAY CAMP) – Summer Kickoff
Let’s kick off summer with some camper favorites like mini golf and laser tag. We’ll also visit a Lincoln
Public Library and get signed up for the summer reading program. Finally, we’ll cool off with a trip to the pool
- June 5 – 9 – Fun, Friends and Fitness
Let’s get physical. Join us this week as we conquer our fears on UNL’s
indoor rock wall. Next, we’ll roll
on over to Hollywood Bowl to show
off our bowling skills. Don’t forget – we’ll also practice fitness fun at a
local park and the pool.
- June 12 – 16 – Animal Antics
Calling all animal lovers. Get batty with us this week while we gaze at gorillas and lounge with lemurs at
the Omaha Henry Doorly
Zoo. We’ll explore our way through the aquarium, jungle, desert and more. The fun isn’t
over yet – we’ll also stop by the Capital Humane Society to meet some of our favorite furry friends.
- June 19 – 23 – Arts, Music and Movement
This week is all about the arts. Let’s get messy with a trip to Paint Yourself
Silly and lots of wacky crafts. We’ll also enjoy a “camper favorite” trip to Mahoney State Park to enjoy the indoor playground activity center and the arts and crafts center! Don’t forget about the library, park and pool!
- June 26 – 30 - Kool Kravings
It’s time to get cooking. Put your chef hat on this week and join us for some crazy culinary creations.
First, we’ll take a trip to Hy-Vee for a
special behind the scenes tour, nutrition tips and a tasty snack. Then, put your skills to the test in an
exciting camp cooking challenge. We’ll also create our own camp cookbook and end the week with a sweet treat.
- July 5 – 7 (3-DAY CAMP) Party in the USA
Join us as we pack lots of patriotic fun into a short week. We’ll celebrate with an exciting trip to the
Capitol and make a star-spangled splash at the pool. Don’t forget the festive crafts and a special red,
white and blue ice cream party.
- July 10 – 14 – Lights, camera, action
Lights, camera, action. Shine like a star this week as we practice our singing, dancing and acting skills
for our annual summer camp talent show. We’ll also build our confidence with improv activities and a visit to
the radio station to make our own commercial. Don’t forget – this week also comes with a trip to Marcus Theatres for a
movie and popcorn.
- July 17 – 21 – Wet and Wild
Let’s go bananas this week as we hang with monkeys for a day at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo. We’ll also splish, splash and
soar down the slides in a trip to Star City Shores. The fun continues back at the Center as we’ll enjoy a visit
from the Raptor Conservation Alliance and build our own banana splits.
- July 24 – 28 – Let’s Explore S’more
Take a trip back in time this week as we explore our way through Morrill Hall and the planetarium. We’ll also be stealthy and sneaky
as we venture through a camper favorite… Robber’s Cave. Camp is not complete without the pool, library and crafting our own gooey
s’mores. This week ROCKS.
- July 31 – August 4 – The Best of Lincoln
Join us as we visit some of the most exciting places that Lincoln has to offer. We’ll enjoy a day at the
Lancaster County Fair filled with farm animals, scavenger hunts and unique shows. Discover more hands-on fun at
Children’s Museum. Cool off with a trip to the pool and popsicles.
- August 7 – 11 Super-Secret Surprise
Summer isn’t over yet - join us for one last week full of camper favorites. Enjoy silly surprises and some
of the best activities and trips of the whole summer. We’ll enjoy mini golf at Prehistoric Putt and bowling. We’ll also vote on an exciting surprise trip, but for now,
that’s top secret.
Activities and field trips will run between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Campers may be dropped off at the Center between 7:30-9
a.m. and picked up between 4-5:30 p.m.
A nutritious breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack are provided each day. Breakfast runs from 8:00-8:30 am.
Camp teachers are trained Early Childhood Education professionals and Early Childhood Education program students.
Each group will have a teacher/pupil ratio of 1-15.
The Nebraska Child Passenger Safety Law states that all children age 7 and under must ride correctly secured in a
federally-approved child safety seat. Parents with children age 7 and under must provide a booster or car seat each
day of camp. All camp teachers will have Safe Kids Nebraska Child Care Transportation Training and will
transport children on trips in either a 12-passenger van or minivan.