2024 One Day Camp July 2nd
07/02/2024 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM ET


Parents and Emergency Contacts will be listed as authorized to pick up. If you would like to list anyone else to pick up your child, please call or email our Registrar.

This code will be used to verify your identity if you call to add someone to the pick-up list.


Parent Agreement:


YAA Summer Camp will operate inside a private space inside the Broward Mall, located at 8000 W. Broward Blvd., Plantation, FL 33388. All camp classrooms are closed to the public while the camp is in operation. Campers will visit the museum galleries, have special movie days inside the Regal Theatre in the mall, and designated shopping days.

All campers have the option to wear masks. If they do not have a mask and would like to wear one YAA will provide one free of charge. 

The safety of every child in our care is our utmost concern. To reduce the spread of any illness, we follow Local, State, DCF, and CDC precautions and guidelines especially as it relates to COVID-19. Your child will be sent home if (s)he exhibits any of the following symptoms: high fever (100°F or higher), body chills, runny nose, extremely red eyes, vomiting, diarrhea, severe cough, difficulty breathing, unexplained rash, and sore throat, blue lips or mouth, lice, or other unexplained symptoms. IF YOUR CHILD SHOWS ANY OF THESE SYMPTOMS YOU WILL BE CONTACTED AND THE CHILD MUST BE PICKED UP FROM CAMP WITHIN 30 MINUTES BY A PARENT OR EMERGENCY CONTACT. THE CHILD WILL BE KEPT ISOLATED WITH A STAFF MEMBER AS WE AWAIT PICK UP. IF AFTER 30 MINUTES YOUR CHILD HAS NOT BEEN PICKED UP, A LATE FEE OF $25 WILL BE CHARGED AS NON-COMPLIANCE TO THE PICK-UP POLICY AND A HEALTH RISK TO YOUR CHILD AND OTHERS. Any child sent home due to illness will not be allowed to return without a doctor’s note and symptoms drastically reduced, from a provider who is not the parent of the child, with a clearance date of when they can return to camp. If you voluntarily elect to keep your child home due to illness your child will not be permitted to return to camp without a doctor’s clearance following the same outline parameters in the previous sentence. If your child or a member of your household has COVID, we will follow CDC guidelines. Children should not be medicated and sent to camp if they are running a fever, have aches and pains, chills, headaches, gastrointestinal issues, etc. Refunds will not be issued for days missed. 

Children must turn the minimum age for the camp they are registered for, on or before the day on which the camp starts. All registered children that are 5 years old must email a copy of their Birth Certificate. Children will not be allowed to attend camp and no refund will be issued if a birth certificate is not provided one week prior to the first day of camp. All children must be fully potty trained.      

All families will be required to sign a Summer Camp Guidelines Form at the time of registration. Camp will be provided on a first come first serve basis with registration no later than Friday at noon the week before camp begins. Registering in the middle of a session is not recommended as the child will miss out on lessons and parts of their project(s). Late registration will not be prorated or credited for the time missed. All Camps are sold on a weekly basis unless otherwise specified. Space is limited and is on a first come first serve basis. 


Walk-ins welcome to register when space is available and will be charged an additional $50 late registration fee. 

All fees must be paid in full at time of registration. All transactions will be done remotely. Debit and credit cards are the only accepted forms of payment this summer. All payments are NON-REFUNDABLE including voluntary or mandatory withdrawal from camp. See transfer info below. 

All Transfer requests must be submitted via email one week prior to the start  date of the session. Transfer approval requires a $25.00 fee per child and will be made depending on space availability. Only one transfer request per family will be accepted. Payments are not transferable to anyone outside of the immediate family. Submit transfer requests to the Visitor Services office by emailing

Absences, withdrawals, no-shows, or dismissals will not be eligible for refunds, transfers, or make-ups.

Camp drop-off will be at the camp location. A parent or authorized adult must park and wallk the child to the back door of the camp location and sign the child into camp via Brightwheel app.  A YAA staff member will check the child’s temperature using a touchless thermometer before the child enters camp. Any child with a temperature of 100*F or higher will not be permitted into camp. Once campers enter class, they will wash their hands, put their belongings away and sit at their designated seat that they will have for the week. Drop-off begins at 8:45 am.

Camp pick-up will be at the camp location. Parents must park and go to the designated camp location to sign the child out of camp. If someone other than the parent is picking up then the parent must communicate who is picking up (include first and last name and relationship to the child) via Brightwheel app. ID must be presented prior to the child being signed out of camp. Campers will not be released to anyone without valid identification or proper contact from the parents. 

We allow a 15-minute grace period from 5 pm to 5:15 pm. Any student picked up between 5:15 pm-5:30 pm will be charged a $25 late fee. After 5:30 pm a full day rate of $65 will be charged. If payment has not been received by the last day of camp, payment will be automatically charged to your account. 


I authorize Young At Art Museum to take photographs of my child/children and their artwork for marketing purposes. I give permission for these pictures to be used in the museum’s printed materials, including advertisements, brochures, flyers, website, and social media. If you do not wish for your child to be photographed, please ensure your child receives a RED “No Photo” wristband upon sign-in each day. If you do not wish for your child to be photographed, please check “NO” in the box above.  


Young At Art Museum has a zero-tolerance policy for bullying. Young At Art is committed to protecting its campers, staff, and volunteers from bullying, harassment, or discrimination for any reason and of any type. Young At Art believes that all campers, staff, and volunteers, are entitled to a safe, equitable, and harassment-free camp experience. Bullying, harassment, or discrimination will not be tolerated and shall just cause disciplinary action. Bullying is defined as systematically and chronically inflicting physical hurt or psychological distress on one or more students, employees, or volunteers. It is further defined as unwanted purposeful written, verbal, nonverbal, or physical behavior, including but not limited to any threatening, insulting, cyber-bullying, or dehumanizing gesture, that has the potential to create an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment or cause long term damage; cause discomfort or humiliation, or unreasonably interfere with the individual’s performance or participation, is carried out repeatedly and is often characterized by an imbalance of power. Bullying may involve, but is not limited to: unwanted teasing, threatening, intimidating, stalking, cyberstalking, cyberbullying, physical violence, theft, sexual, religious, or racial harassment, public humiliation, destruction of the museum or personal property, social exclusion, including incitement and/or coercion, rumor or spreading of falsehoods.

Young At Art Museum, and its programs, are a safe place for children and families. Safety includes physical and emotional well-being. In order to maintain a safe camp environment, each child is asked to also keep it safe by following camp rules which include, but are not limited to keeping hands and feet to themselves, walking, staying with their teachers and groups, using inside voices, respecting themselves, peers, teachers, volunteers, artwork, exhibits. If your child exhibits ongoing safety concerns including elopes/ runs away, physical aggression, or requires ongoing one-to-one support the child will be dismissed from the program and the parent asked to pick up the child. 

Virtual camp participants are asked to maintain a safe environment as well. Each virtual participant is asked to follow virtual camp rules which include but are not limited to: maintaining proper behavior, etiquette, and clothing on camera, being respectful to themselves, peers, teachers, volunteers, and artwork, follow directions, and no cyberbullying.

When children choose not to follow any of these rules, the following is put in place: 

1st offense – Verbal warning to the camper

2nd offense – Consequences for their actions (possibly missing out on activities) and parent notification via the phone or in-person 

3rd offense – Parent notification via phone, written notice, or in person by the Camp Director or teacher 

4th offense – Possible suspension or expulsion from Young At Art’s Summer Program 

 Any action committed by a child that could or does result in injury to themselves, other campers, volunteers, or staff will result in immediate expulsion from Young At Art’s Summer Program. No refunds are given if the child is dismissed due to behavior issues.

Young At Art Museum (YAA) collaborates with the University of Miami and Nova Southeastern University Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (UM- NSU CARD) Our utmost priority is your child’s safety and enjoyment in our classes and camps. YAA staff currently provide the following support: breaks, visual support, adaptive tools, as well as reasonable individualized accommodations. Since YAA is not a structured therapeutic environment, we welcome participants to bring their own therapist, companion, or behavioral support (behavioral support pets, at this time, are not permitted). Parents must sign a safety waiver alongside their registration. If your child exhibits ongoing safety concerns including elopes/ runs away, physical aggression, or requires ongoing one-to-one support the child will be dismissed from the program and the parent asked to pick up the child.

If your child is injured while in camp, our staff will provide basic first aid. Depending on the severity of the injury, you may be contacted by phone or message in our parent communication app. An incident report will be filed in your child’s records. If your child has a bathroom accident that requires a change of clothes, you will be called to either bring a change of clothes or pick up your child.

In the event of an extreme medical emergency, Young At Art staff will contact emergency medical personnel and will then contact the child’s parent or guardian. Based on the medical personnel’s assessment, your child may be transported to a local hospital to receive further medical attention. Requests to alter this policy must be made in writing to the Camp Director. Emergency Medical personnel will not honor requests to bring children to specific hospitals, doctors, or medical establishments.

If your child needs to take daily medication for a chronic condition during camp hours please fill out a MEDICATION FORM. You can obtain a medication form from the Visitors Service office. Please pack all medication(s) in a sealed Ziploc bag, clearly labeled with your child’s name, age, medication, teacher name, dosage, and time to deliver, along with a dosage cup. Medications will be stored in the office. Children should not be medicated and sent to camp if they are running a fever, have aches and pains, chills, headaches, gastrointestinal issues, etc. Children will be sent home if these and other symptoms highlighted in the SICK/ COVID POLICY develop in the day.

Children will be engaged throughout the day and socially distanced interaction is highly encouraged. Personal items brought by campers often cause unnecessary distraction and conflict with others. This can be avoided if the following items are left at home: cell phones & electronic devices (ie tablets, mobile gaming devices), toys, cards, and money*, etc. *Money can be brought on designated “shopping days”. YAA is not responsible for the loss or damage of these items. 

Campers are being asked to bring a healthy lunch, and a minimum of (2) snacks. You have the option to purchase lunch/snacks through YAA. Lunch will be sold on a weekly basis or separately on Fridays for pizza. Lunch options will be catered through The Garage Miami Street Food (located in the food court) and pizza from Dominio's or Papa John's (catering is subject to change). Pre-packaged snacks are provided by YAA for those who purchase lunch through YAA. There will be a 10 am morning snack time, 12pm lunch time, and 3 pm afternoon snack time. Please provide enough lunch and snacks for your child to cover these designated eating times. Please send water bottles labeled with your child’s name that will last him/her the whole day without needing to be refilled. Water fountains are, unfortunately, not available. 

The replacement value of any equipment damaged or broken by your child whether on or off-site, including but not limited to iPads, computers, cameras, etc. will be charged to your account. The payment must be paid in full before the end of your child’s session. Deposits for loaner equipment including but not limited to iPads and cameras are fully refundable if the equipment is brought back in the same condition in which it was received. If equipment is damaged or not returned the deposit will not be refunded.

All children attending camp must be fully immunized. By signing/ checking the box below I am stating that all children named on this registration are immunized and are current on the well child screenings.

I have read and understood the above camp policies and agree to adhere to all policies as stated.

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