Q-Club

Q ClubThe Q-Club Summer Youth Program is a certified day camp, regulated by the NYS Department of Health. The Q-Club program offers children ages 5-12 a chance to participate in a variety of passive and active recreational activities. The program is run by a staff of trained counselors and qualified lifeguards. Q-Club also has its own Certified Aquatics Director, Health Director, and Progressive Swimming Instructor. All counselors must be at least 16 years of age and have experience in supervision of children. Many of our counselors are enrolled in higher education programs in the pursuit of careers in education and child care. Several of our counselors are returning for multiple years of service. Some were even past Q-Club participants! All Q-Club staff members are American Red Cross certified in First Aid, CPR, and AED. Counselors will plan, lead, and supervise daily activities at the Queensbury School facilities.

NOTE: In order to participate in this program, children must be pre-registered. Children must be turning 6 years old on or before December 1.

GENERAL INFORMATION

AGES: Open to children ages 5-12. Child MUST be turning 6 years of age ON OR BEFORE December 1st (of the current year), in order to participate.  LIMITED REGISTRATION.

DATES: July 5 – August 19, 2022 (Monday-Friday)

TIMES/DAYS: 9:00 am - 12:30 pm (Children dropped off earlier than 9:00 am WILL NOT be supervised by Q-Club Staff).

LOCATION: Queensbury School Facilities (Aviation Rd., Queensbury)

REGISTRATION DATES & RATES 

April 1, 2022 - Resident Registration Begins

May 2, 2022 - Open Registration Begins (Non-Resident & Resident)

June 1, 2022 - Late Registration Begins ($75 late fee)

June 24, 2022 - Registration Closes

Fee Breakdown:
Residents: $250 first child, $200 each additional child (same household) up to $650 max 
Non-Resident: $275 first child, $225 each additional child (same household) up to $725 max; Residents may still register at the above fees.

Due to safety protocols, and guidance from the NYSDOH, limited registration will be taken. Once our registration cap is reached, a waitlist will be formed and registrants will be accommodated only if space becomes available.


Q-Club FAQ’s

What is Q-Club?

Q-Club FunQ-Club is State Certified Summer Day Camp offering children a variety of passive and active recreational activities. These activities include indoor and outdoor games, arts n’ crafts, science, nature, drama and book clubs. Children and staff alike, look forward to the annual Talent Show and Arts Festival. Each day is devoted to a different theme, whereby kids dress up, play games, create crafts and participate in special events surrounding each theme. Examples of past theme days include: Crazy Hair Day, Hawaiian Luau, Pajama Day, Blast From the Past Day, Celebrate America Day, Super Hero Day, Tie-Dye Day, Sports Day, Multi-Cultural Day, Water Day, Fashion Show Day, Kidz Pick Day, Cartoon Characters Day, International Soccer Day, Music Day, and much more!

What is a typical day like in Q-Club?

The Q-Club day is organized into 3 separate sessions, with 2 snack/drink breaks in between each session (one at 10:00 am and a second at 11:00 am) Each session starts out with a group announcement of the activities that will be played that session – the kids choose which activity they are interesting in playing. There is always a variety of choices each session. The staff is divided up into four color groups (red, yellow, blue, green), plus a group running Arts n’ Crafts (purple). There’s always something for everyone!

Who can participate in Q-Club?

Any registered child between the ages of 5-12 years of age. Children must be turning 6 years old ON OR BEFORE December 1 (of the current year).

Q-Club summer camp is committed to serving ALL children of ALL abilities; please contact camp director, Nicole Woodcock, to discuss what accommodations we can make to include your camper.

When does Q-Club begin?

NEW for 2022: Q-Club begins Tuesday July 5, 2022 due to capital projects on the school campus. These projects "address the district’s most immediate facility needs. This includes updates to aging infrastructure throughout the district’s school buildings, such as roofs and boilers. The project also includes district improvements, including the addition of a multi-use turf field, new playground equipment for WHBI and QES pool equipment upgrades".

Typically it runs the first Monday after high school graduation (the last Monday in June depending on how the calendar falls) and runs for 8 weeks. 

What time can I drop off my child?

Children may be dropped off for daily activities beginning at 9:00 am each morning. Q-Club staff does not provide supervision before 9:00 am.

Where is Q-Club held?

Q-Club is held at the Queensbury School facilities.

How do we get to Q-Club?

All children must be dropped off and picked up at the program location. Children will only be relased to individuals listed on the child's authorized pickup list. Please call 5187618214 with any questions. 

Are there field trips?

Field Trips will be returning for 2022! Field Trip brochure to follow. 

Is there a Fee charged for Q-Club?

Yes, due to increased operating costs there is a reasonable one-time fee charged for the Q-Club program.

Will masks be required for summer 2022?

Currently, masks are not required for summer 2022. With the lifted school mask mandate, we will continue to follow this plan unless advised or required otherwise. 


Q-Club Staff

StaffThe Q-Club program is run by a trained staff of counselors and qualified lifeguards. Q-Club also has its own Certified Aquatics Director, Health Director, and Progressive Swimming Instructor. Many of our counselors are enrolled in higher education programs in the pursuit of careers in education and child care. Several of our counselors are returning for multiple years of service. Some were even past Q-Club participants! All Q-Club staff members are American Red Cross certified in First Aid, CPR, and AED. Counselors will plan, lead, and supervise all activities.

The Q-CLUB Staff is made up of the following positions, which meet or exceed NYSDOH requirements:

  • Camp Director
  • Assistant Camp Director
  • Aquatic Director
  • Health Director/Health Director Designee
  • Arts & Crafts Director
  • Arts & Crafts Counselors
  • Social Media Coordinator
  • Group Leaders
  • Park Counselors