Before Camp

It’s never too early to start preparing for your summer at camp!

Before anything else, make sure you’ve registered for camp!

Click here for updates on Kayitz (Summer) 2022, Covid-19, and FAQs.

Materials for Kayitz (Summer) 2022:
  • Click here for contact information for our 2022 yoatzot (parent liaisons).
  • Click here for a welcome letter from Rabbi Ed Gelb, CEO, and Talya Kalender, Director of Camper Care, about our camper care approach and commitment to communication.
  • Click here for an April 2022 summary/reminder list of all all camper forms and other requirements for your child to be ready for camp.
  • To review payment options for kayitz 2022 tuition, please click here and scroll down to see “Payment Options.”
  • Click here for 2022 camper transportation and luggage instructions.
  • Click here for instructions for Pack My Rx — required if your child needs any prescription medications or vitamins at camp.
  • Click here for an important review of our Allergy protocols and expectations and our regulations against sending food to camp.
  • Click here for suggestions on how to manage and minimize homesickness.
  • Click here for instructions on how to email your camper at camp.
Important Information for Ramah Families:
  • Click here for instructions on managing your CampMinder (CampInTouch) account and submitting forms.
  • Click here for our guide to our edah (division) Hebrew names and their corresponding grades.
  • Click here for the history of the ROO, our camp mascot.
  • Click here to read a letter from Rabbi Gelb explaining our approach to LGBTQ+ and Gender Inclusiveness.
  • Click here for statements and updates regarding George Floyd and racial justice.
  • Click here to read a letter from Rabbi Gelb explaining our approach to Israel education.
  • Click here for our recommended packing list.
  • Please check out our blog and our Facebook page to learn more about everything that we’re planning for this summer.
  • Click here for a letter from Rabbi Gelb explaining our bunking procedures, with tips for how to best fill out the bunk request form.



L’hitraot B’Palmer (see you soon in Palmer!)