It’s hard to imagine a more ideal escape for young people living through an extraordinary time of grief, loneliness and upheaval.
Summer camp in the middle of a pandemic has been a tech-free, joyous balm for some. For others, though, it’s a pit of anxiety.
Openings abound now but may go quickly, so it’s wise to submit applications soon. And don’t wear jeans and a T-shirt to the interview.
After resisting in 2020, many parents see an antidote to a school year when their children have been glued to a computer screen.
A plan to transform camps into safe retreats for families.
Some programs are planning on testing, disinfecting and social distancing to protect children from the virus. Others say camp can’t be safe this year.