Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God's grace in its various forms. 1 Peter 4:10
2022 Summer Camp
Please email ALL COMPLETED forms to [email protected] or mail them to:
Springer's Gymnastics LLC
7714 Main Street
Needville, Texas 77461
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**2022 CAMP CLOSURES**
MONDAY, MAY 30, 2022 [Memorial Day Holiday]
MONDAY, JULY 4, 2022 [4th of July Holiday]
MONDAY, JULY 11-FRIDAY, JULY 15, 2022 [Summer Break Week]
FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 2022 [After School begins Monday, August 22, 2022]
**2022 Weekly Summer Camps **Themes TBA**
- Week 1 (May 31-JUNE 3) **CLOSED MONDAY, MAY 31, 2021**
- Week 2 (JUNE 6-10)
- Week 3 (JUNE 13-17)
- Week 4 (JUNE 20-24)
- Week 5 (JUNE 27-JULY 1)
- Week 6 (JULY 5-8) **CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 4, 2022**
- Week 7 (JULY 18-22 )
- Week 8 (JULY 25-29)
- Week 9 (AUG 1-5)
- Week 10 (AUG 8-12)
- Week 11 (AUG 15-18) **CLOSED FRIDAY, AUGUST 19**
**AFTER SCHOOL BEGINS MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 2022**
We have 11 exciting weeks of long summer days planned and filled with fun and friends for your children this summer. We have access to a softball field, soccer fields, football fields, 15 acres to organize games and activities as well as Springer's Gymnastics facility, Ninja Zone Equipment and two indoor air-conditioned gymnasiums for activities. Springer's also offer field trips throughout the summer (extra fee & limited space available) as well as several weekly In House events for the campers to enjoy!
We will keep our camp quite small this summer so please reserve your spot BEFORE MAY 1, 2022 TO ENSURE A SPOT!! After May 1, spots will most likely be full so reserve ASAP!
Our weekly summer camps begin MAY 31, 2022.
Springer’s will be closed for SUMMER BREAK
JULY 11-JULY 15, 2022.
All payments are due on Monday. Campers will NOT be able to carry over balance dues for weekly tuition. Accounts MUST remain current. View camp policies for more details.
CHLID MALTREATMENT: IT IS IMPORTANT!!
Reporting Suspected Child Maltreatment. We provide annual training to all staff on recognizing the signs of child maltreatment. All employees have a legal duty to make a report to law enforcement or to Child Protective Services ("CPS") if they have reason to believe that a child has been or may be abused or neglected. CPS must be contacted when the abuser is believed to be caretaker; law enforcement should be contacted when abuser is believed to be someone other than a caretaker of the child. Professionals and parents have a legal duty to make this report orally within 48 hours and to follow that with a written report. You have not fulfilled your duty if you simply make a report to your supervisor. While we want you to inform the Executive Director if you believe a report is required, you must still make the report yourself. If you are not certain whether you have observed child abuse or neglect, you should err on the side of reporting. Professionals can receive sanctions against their certificates and any person can face criminal charges for knowingly failing to make a report of known or suspected child maltreatment. Your identity will be protected when you make a good faith report.
The telephone number for the Child Abuse Hotline is 1-800-252-5400. For additional information regarding your reporting obligations, please see the Executive Director.
Springer's Reporting Abuse & Neglect Policy
Who Should Report Child Maltreatment? Any person may voluntarily report abuse or neglect. If you work with children in a licensed facility, you are legally required or mandated to report and cannot shift the responsibility of reporting to anyone else. If you know or have reason to believe a child is being or has been neglected or physically or sexually abused within the preceding three years you must immediately (within 48 hours) make a report to an outside agency. If you are a parent with a child and suspect he or she is a victim of child abuse and need assistance, Springer’s Gymnastics LLC will refer you to CPS and provide you with the appropriate resources to help you identify and handle the situation. Springer’s will assist in educating the community by educating parents with resources and pamphlets periodically. Springer’s is always open to helping the public find appropriate resources and answer any questions they may have regarding abuse and neglect.
Where to Report If you know or suspect that a child is in immediate danger, call 9-1-1. Reports regarding incidents of suspected abuse or neglect of children occurring at a family child care program, within a family or in the community should be made to Texas Department of Family and Protective Services at www.txabusehotline or 1-800-252-5400.
What to Report Texas law requires caregivers to report suspected child maltreatment.
Failure to Report Failure to report suspected abuse or neglect is a crime. Employers are prohibited from retailing against caregivers who make reports in good faith.