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Our Response to Covid-19

* All Kampers should bring a beverage and a container
for water at our contactless drinking fountains.

Distance Learning at...
Also available...Klub Kamp!
*Sign up for 5 consecutive days and receive a 10% discount!

The Klub Gymnastics is excited to announce our newest program for Klub Kamp designed to provide a SAFE, stimulating learning environment where students are supported, encouraged, and motivated. Designed for ages 4 and up.

What is Distance Learning at Klub Kamp?

  • Individual socially distanced and sanitized work stations
  • Klub Kamp facilitators to help motivate, support, and keep students engaged
  • Brain boosting activities such as games, gymnastics, obstacle courses, trampolines and more
  • Peer interaction in small, socially distant, age-appropriate groups
  • High-speed WiFi available

Our Klub Kamp facilitators are the support system and oversight during the day to get things done!

A Kamp Koach Facilitator Will:

  • Oversee and guide students in their particular school's virtual learning program 
  • Ensure their schedule is followed, assignments are being completed
  • Check that your child is engaged and attentive with their virtual classes
  •  Assist with any questions they may have

What to Bring:

  • Snacks, lunch and refillable water bottle and/or beverage (no glass containers).  
  • Laptop / Tablet
  • Earphones
  • Change of Clothing

What is Klub Kamp?

Designed for kids age 4 and above, Klub Kampers will have a blast with days packed full of gymnastics, exciting games and so much more! Our recreation Kamp will not only be FUN for your child but will assist in developing athletic skills, confidence and discipline. Our state of the art gym is filled with top of the line equipment for your child to run, jump, swing, and bounce on, and our highly trained Kamp Facilitators are on hand to properly lead and train them on the fundamentals of the sport. In addition to gymnastics, Kamp at The Klub also includes educational activities, arts & krafts, storytime, and a different theme for each week in the summer!   

What to Bring:

  • Snack
  • If signed up for both sessions, bring lunch
  • Change of Clothes
  • Water/ Beverage
Klub Kamp Policies
Updated Policies
  • Pre-registration is required. We will not be offering walk-in spots for Kamp starting Summer 2020 until further notice. 
  • Smaller Kamp groups
  • TKG will continue to provide individual bins for Kampers' personal items. Please leave all toys, blankets, stuffed animals, etc at home.
  • Kampers are required to wear masks at all times, except when they are performing skills on an apparatus while still maintaining social distancing.
  • Sign-In
    • Will occur at the carport entrance (West side of Gym)
    • Temperature and Wellness checks will take place for those entering TKG. No-touch thermometers will be used.
  • Sign-out
    • Sign out will occur at the east roll up door (towards the back of the parking lot).
    • There will be no need to enter the facility during the sign out process.
    • Due to these extra precautions, we anticipate longer wait times for drop off and pick up. We ask for your patience and consideration in planning accordingly.
Ongoing Policies
  • Be sure to arrive on time to drop off and pick up your child.
  • Please pack a change of clothes, snack, lunch and a water container for your child. Kampers tend to be extra hungry at Kamp! A reminder that Kampers will not be visiting our Ribbits store starting Summer 2020 and until further notice.
  • If a transfer is needed, this needs to be requested in an email no less than 7 days in advance of the kamp date. Kamp transfer requests cannot always be accommodated due to fluctuations in Kamp enrollment. Any scheduled kamp date can only be transferred once.
  • Klub Kamp fees are due at the time of registration in order to secure your Kamper's spot.
  • Refund Policy: There are no refunds, make-ups or credits for days a Kamper is absent and/or if the Kamper cannot attend once they have been enrolled. Klub Kamp is staffed accordingly and these are reserved spots.
  • Grouping Requests: TKG will not be taking any grouping request starting Summer 2020 and until further notice.  
  • Please call us if you will be late to pick up your child. TKG reserves the right to charge the family account $1.00 for every minute a guardian is late to pick up a child.
  • A friendly reminder that TKG is a glass-free environment. Please keep this in mind when packing meals.
  • Trips to our Ribbits Store will not be taking place until further notice.
  • All Kampers must be fully potty trained. This requires that your child be independent in the restroom as our Koaches do not enter the restroom stalls with them.
  • Kampers should wear clothing that will not restrict movement and long hair should be pulled back. Leotards or shorts and t-shirts are always fine. Keep in mind that leotards can be challenging for some Kampers when going to the restroom. Please pack a change of clothes in case of an unforeseen food, arts and crafts or restroom accident.

Q: Does my student need to be enrolled in classes to attend Kamp?
A: No, our Kamps are recreational and we have Kampers of all gymnastics levels.

Q: What if my Kamper needs to use the Restroom?
A: Kamps have scheduled restroom breaks in our rotations. Koaches will also take restroom breaks as they see fit. We also have a restroom accessible only to students on the floor if a Kamper happens to need to use the restroom during a floor activity. Our floor restroom also has a step stool for Kampers.

Q: Do I need to pack a meal for my Kamper?
A: Yes, Kampers tend to be extra hungry at Kamp!

Q: My Kamper has a hard time when I leave. Can I stay?
A: Our Kamps are ‘drop off’ Kamps. It is common for children to feel nervous, especially on their first day. We recommend parents to remove themselves once they have said goodbye to a child who is having a hard time ‘letting go’ of their parent. Our Koaches will work with that child to help make them comfortable. Most students will settle in soon after.

Q: Is it mandatory to leave money for my Kamper to go to the store?
A: Kampers will not be taking trips to our Ribbits store starting summer 2020. Please plan and pick Kampers meals accordingly.

Q: Does TKG provide meals for Kampers?
A: Kamp families are asked to pack snacks and lunch for their Kampers.
Kampers tend to be extra hungry at Kamp!

Q: Can my 3-year-old come to Kamp?
A: Our minimum age requirement for Kamp is 4.

Q: Does my child need to be potty trained?
A: Yes, all Kampers must be fully potty trained. This means that they are fully independent in the restroom.

Q: My child is 13. Do you have many Kampers that age?
A: The majority of our Kampers are 4-8 years old. We recommend older Kampers to bring a friend their age if that is a big concern for them.

Q: How old does my child have to be to participate in Klub Kamp?
A: Our Klub Kamp program is for ages 4–13-year-olds.

Q: My child does not know gymnastics would that be a problem?
A: Our Klub Kamp is recreational and we have Kampers of different levels.

Q: Can someone else pick up my child?
A: Yes, we would need written consent in advance. Any potential late fees are still the responsibility of the parent/guardian.

Q: What is the deadline to transfer my Kamper to a different Kamp.
A: A transfer needs to be requested no less than 7 days in advance of the Kamp date. Kamp transfer request cannot always be accommodated due to fluctuations in Kamp enrollment. Any scheduled Kamp date can only be transferred once.

Q: How can my child and their friend be in the same Kamp group?
A: TKG will not be taking grouping requests starting summer 2020 and until further notice.

Q: What do I do if I missed my Kamp date?
A: TKG cannot give refunds, makeups, or credit for days a child is absent from Kamp. There are no refunds, make-ups or credits for days a Kamper is absent from Klub Kamp as we staff accordingly, and these are reserved spots.

Q: Can I use and absence from classes towards Kamp? Can I use an absence from Kamp towards classes?
A: No, classes and Kamps are two separate programs that are staff differently and have different availability.

Q: My student has an Aid? Are aids allowed to come to Kamp with my child? 
A: TKG asks that a written notice from a guardian be sent in advance informing TKG that an Aid will be present for your child. The notice should include the Aids name, date and time he/she will be present. Aids are asked to wear their company ID at all times while at TKG and must remain outside of the programming area. Kampers are expected to remain with their Koach and group at all times. If there is a need for a Kamper to see their Aid or vice versa, we ask that the Koach be notified first. We want to make sure all students are accounted for at all times. 




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Phone: 323.227.KLUB, 323.227.5582
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