The roots of summer sleep-away camps that revolve around Jewish identity go back to efforts to keep Jewish culture alive after World War II.
Masks are optional for vaccinated kids, and other recommended restrictions have been softened, making for a more relaxed camping experience for children this summer.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says day and overnight camps can operate in person this summer if they take steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and prepare for potential infections.
Some camps that managed to successfully keep the virus at bay this summer are now offering a refuge from the virus — to those who can afford it — where students can live and attend classes remotely.
Online instruction is hard, right? Well there's a teacher—a chef, actually—who appears to have cracked the code. She says her cooking classes for kids work better now than when they were in person.
Kanakuk Kamps shut down its K-2 program after 41 campers, staff and counselors tested positive. That number has since doubled, according to county health officials.
Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta is canceling all 2020 summer camp programs until Aug. 9 in response to the coronavirus, the organization announced Monday...
What better way to learn about history than to go back in time. Kids at the Jekyll Island Museum’s Time Travelers' Camp get to do just that......