Summer Day Camp Update!!

Due to COVID-19 guidelines, we ARE currently able to offer Summer Camp with some new restrictions.  We will strictly  follow all the State mandated guidelines; smaller groups, temperature checks before entering the building  in the mornings, frequent hand washing and disinfecting. We will have more special events here on site this year as opposed to the past.  We will post updated information to our Facebook page as it becomes available.  Please call if you have any questions in regards to our program.  Lets have a SAFE and Fun filled Summer.   SIGN UP NOW!


Offering 9 Weeks of Summer Camp

June 22nd to August 21st 2020

Full Day Summer Camp Ages 6-12

Pre-School Camp Ages 4 & 5

Swim Lessons, Intro to Karate, Gymnastics

5 Day Pricing; Ages 6-12 ~ $160        5 Day Pricing; Ages 4-5 ~ $170

 **Sibling discounts available for 3 children **

Koinonia is offering 10 weeks of Summer Camp starting the first full week that students are out of school for the summer.  We offer three days per week in addition to every day attendance.  Ages 4-12 full day camp is available from 8:30 am. – 4:30 pm. Our Summer Camp registration forms are available to download (below) or hard copies can be picked up in our office. We look forward to another wonderful summer! CT License #168.

Koinonia offers summer day camp every summer!

We are a licensed camp (#168) by the State of Connecticut and are a fun alternative to childcare for your children. Children have a new activity every 45 minutes, including many sports activities (kickball, badminton, volleyball, street hockey, basketball, wiffle ball), swim lessons (at an additional cost), parachute, art, weekly field trips, archery (ages 8 and up), moon bounce, cook outs and more!

2020 Field Trips & Special Events

Field Trips and Special Events – Laser Tag on site, Reptile Extravaganza on site, Knockerball on site, Juggling with Judy on site,  40 Foot Inflatable Obstacle Course on site.  Weekly Themes – Wet and Wild Week, Balloon Bonanza, Minute to Win it, Easter Egg Hunt, Fitness Challenge Week, Artful Antics, Carnival and Much More!!!

All campers need to bring their bathing suits, towels, a lunch (will be refrigerated) and a snack (we have snacks and drinks available in the office for sale).

If you would like your child to have money to spend, please bring it in an envelope with your child’s name and any restrictions (i.e. no soda or $1.00 per day). Please bring any and all money to the office so children do not lose it. Children must wear sneakers to camp. No sandals allowed. If children arrive at camp with sandals, parent will be called to bring appropriate shoes. Please label all personal items (hats, towels, lunch boxes, shoes, water bottles, sunscreen, bug spray, etc.)

Field trips, special events and swimming lessons are not included in the price of camp and will be an additional cost per child.

What Can You Expect from Koinonia 

Daily Temperature checks of all Campers before entering the buildings each morning

  • The state makes two inspections per season.
  • Pool tested and logged three times daily.
  • Full time First Aid personnel (21 & older) certified in Basic First Aid & CPR.
  • All staff is CPR certified.
  • CT licensed physician on call.
  • Written agreement with Day Kimball Hospital for treatment, if required by campers.
  • Facility inspected by Fire Marshall.
  • Water testing done by a licensed agency.
  • Waterfront director (at least 21 years old) lifeguard certified. 
  • Camp Director certified by the State of CT.
  • Camper/Counselor ratio for all other activities 12:1 for campers age 7 and older. For ages 4-6 ratio 9:1.
  • Archery Director certified by the State of CT.
  • Camp director & assistants hold college degrees.
  • Any verbal complaints of aches including stomach, head, ear, throat or eye will prompt our staff to notify parent immediately. Decisions as to whether the child is to be sent home will be reached at that time.
  • A strict Zero – Tolerance policy is adhered to.
  • What is our policy regarding overwhelming HEAT? If the temperature reaches 95 degrees, the campers will play indoors where we have cooler temperatures. At 90 degrees, we might plan to play outside in the morning, and then gauge the campers’ abilities to be outside the rest of the day. If we do stay outside, we alter the schedule to include a lot of water play type activities.
  • Koinonia, and its staff, is mandated by the State of CT to report any suspected child abuse or neglect.

We are a licensed camp #168, by the state of Connecticut.


*We also require a copy of a physical not more than 2 years old & immunization records for each child.

All Forms Are to Be Completed And Submitted

Koinonia School of Sports…offering a family friendly atmosphere where you and your children can enjoy gymnastics, swimming, karate and much more. Summer camp located in Thompson, CT.