2024 Summer Camps are HERE!

Legends Summer Camp | Ages 6-12

**NEW for 2024 – 5yr olds with the completion of a full day, full week, kindergarten program may participate.**

Legends Summer Day Camps are a great way for your kids to beat the heat this summer! Whether they are seasoned athletes or beginners looking to try something new, Legends Camps are the perfect fit for everyone! Campers will be divided into groups based on age and skill level to maximize player development and potential. With a focus on the FUNdamentals, campers will be given the tools to improve their game while learning about teamwork and sportsmanship from the Legacy Center’s professional coaching staff!

GOAL OF LEGENDS DAY CAMP
The goal of Legends Day Camp is to help participants between the ages of 6 (or 5 with the completion of a full day, full week, kindergarten program) and 12 grow physically, mentally, and socially all while having fun. The Legends Day Camp is designed with age and development of each child in mind, providing a balance of athletic and non-athletic activities. Morning camps will be sport focused while afternoon camps will consist of a balance of scheduled camp activities and choice activities.

OBJECTIVE OF LEGENDS DAY CAMP
Our objective is to provide participants of all ages and skill levels with the opportunity to play, learn, build community, and have fun all while benefiting from the Legacy Center’s world class facilities.

Camp Overview

Full and half day camps are available weekly throughout the summer. Each week campers have their choice of a variety of sport or non-sport related morning camp options followed by an afternoon full of fun!

Afternoon Camp Activities: Police/Fire Station Tours, Water Activities, Field Games, Arts and Crafts, Team Building, Pizza Party and more!

Full Day Pricing

1 Day – $72.50

2 Day – $135

3 Day – $187.50

4 Day – $210

Half Day Pricing

1 Day – $52.50

2 Day – $95

3 Day – $127.50

4 Day – $130

PAYMENT PROCEDURES
Changes/Cancellations:
There will be no changes allowed beginning 1 week before the start of your camp week. This allows our Director to finalize staff and activities, giving everyone the best possible camp experience. There will be no refund for cancellations under 1 week before the start of the camp week.

Payment Due Date: All camp fees are due AT LEAST 1 week prior to their scheduled camp. This will allow Legacy Center leaders to staff appropriately for the upcoming week of camp. Full payment must be made, or your camper will not be allowed to come to camp. This will be strictly enforced.

Summer Camp Daily Schedule

8:30AM-9:00AM: Camper Drop Off, Meet your Coaches and other other campers!

9:00AM-11:30AM: Morning Sports Sessions (choose your sport for the week)

11:30AM: Half-day camper pick-up

11:30AM-12:30PM:  Lunch & Free Play for Full-Day Campers

12:30PM-4:30PM: Indoor/Outdoor Games & Activities

4:00PM-5:00PM: Full Day Camper Pick-up

Weekly Calendar

Morning Camp Options & Afternoon Camp Themes

2024 Camp Dates

Week 1: 6/10-6/13
Sports:
Soccer, Coed Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball, Field Hockey, Freestyle Trampoline
Theme: All The Summer Fun 

Week 2: 6/17-6/20
Sports:
Soccer, Coed Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball, Freestyle Trampoline
Theme: Superhero Week

Week 3: 6/24-6/27
Sports:
Soccer, Coed Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball, Dance & Baton, Freestyle Trampoline
Theme: Red, White & Blue

Week 4: 7/8-7/11
Sports: Coed Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball, Football (Legends FC Soccer Camp Available Through Separate Registration!)
Theme: Let’s Go Camping

Week 5: 7/15-7/18
Sports: Coed Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball, Football (Legends FC Soccer Camp Available through Separate Registration!)
Theme: Wild World

Week 6: 7/22-7/25
Sports: Coed Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball, Football (Legends FC Soccer Camp Available Through Separate Registration!)
Theme: Pirate Week

Week 7: 7/29-8/1
Sports:
Soccer, Coed Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball, Dance & Baton
Theme: Wet & Wild

Week 8: 8/5-8/8
Sports:
Soccer, Coed Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball, Field Hockey
Theme: Legends Olympics

Week 9: 8/12-8/15
Sports:
Soccer, Coed Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball, Field Hockey, Dance & Baton
Theme: Out of This World

Week 10: 8/19-8/22
Sports:
Soccer, Coed Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball
Theme: Around the World

Week 11: 8/26-8/29
Sports:
Soccer, Coed Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball
Theme: The Best of Summer

Camp Descriptions

Morning Camp Descriptions

Baseball/Softball Camp – Offered Weekly

Hey batter batter! Legends Baseball/Softball camps are designed to strengthen your child’s interest in America’s greatest pastimes! Players will focus on throwing, fielding, batting and base running while having fun and growing their love for the game! Daily challenges, radar gun games and situational play make this camp a grand slam! What to Bring: Glove, helmet and bat are recommended but not required

Basketball – Offered Weekly

Take it to the rim this summer with Legends Basketball camp! Players will work on shooting, passing, dribbling and ball handling while having fun and learning about teamwork! This camp is a slam dunk!

Check out the Legacy Basketball Skills Academy Camps for players 9-14yrs scheduled the weeks of 6/20, 7/18 and 8/15. These camps are great for players with previous playing experience, and will run Mon-Thurs from 10a-2p.

Dance & Baton Camp

Get on the floor! Legends Dance Camp is an upbeat and fun camp that focuses on four styles of dance; Jazz, Hip Hop, Lyrical and Baton. Dancers will work on technique, skills and routines throughout the week. Camp will end with a performance for the parents! Required: Loose fitting clothing, tennis shoes, hair pulled up, jazz shoes are optional (dancers can also be barefoot during the jazz and lyrical portions). Coaches will have batons for campers to use.

Field Hockey 

Field Hockey is the world’s third most popular sport and it’s growing in Michigan!  Local high schools: Brighton, Hartland, Pinckney, Novi, St. Catherine’s as well as Washtenaw Co. schools all have Varsity programs.   Learn skills: dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting and team concepts. Teamwork is emphasized. Space is limited.  What to Bring: Athletes need to bring a stick, shin guards and mouth guards.  We will have sticks to lend for new players.

Freestyle Trampoline 

Freestyle trampoline is a great camp for kids who love to bounce, flip, and have fun learning in the process! Our program is designed to teach skills that can range from a beginner level up to the most advanced tricks! This will include drills and progressions that will help cater to a safe learning environment for improving spatial awareness, agility, and learning to flip and twist like never before!

Football Camp 

The Legends Football camp is a guaranteed touchdown! Campers will learn football fundamentals in a non-contact setting. Passing, catching and running skills will be incorporated through games, drills and contests. Don’t drop the ball this summer, get in the game!

Soccer Camp – Offered Weekly

Get a kick out of camp this summer! Legends Soccer camps focus on the fundamentals of the game while promoting friendly competition! Games and drills will focus on passing, receiving, dribbling and shooting!

Looking for more!? Join us the weeks of 7/8, 7/15 an 7/22 for the Legends FC Summer Camp! Lead by Legends FC staff, campers will have the opportunity to enhance their game while working on their soccer and Futsal skills. Registration for this camp is separate from the the Legends Summer Camp registration.

Volleyball Camp – Offered Weekly

Bump, set and spike your way to the Legends Volleyball camp! Players will be introduced to the volleyball basics of passing, setting and serving through games and drills. Daily challenges and teambuilding activities are sure to make this camp unforgettable! Can you dig it? What to Bring: Knee pads are recommended but not required

Camp Policies & Procedures

GOAL OF LEGENDS DAY CAMP
The goal of Legends Day Camp is to help participants between the ages of 6 (or 5 with the completion of a full day, full week, kindergarten program) and 12 grow physically, mentally, and socially all while having fun. The Legends Day Camp is designed with age and development of each child in mind, providing a balance of athletic and non-athletic activities. Morning camps will be sport focused while afternoon camps will consist of a balance of scheduled camp activities and choice activities.

OBJECTIVE OF LEGENDS DAY CAMP
Our objective is to provide participants of all ages and skill levels with the opportunity to play, learn, build community, and have fun all while benefiting from the Legacy Center’s world class facilities.

CAMP STAFF
The Legends Day Camp Staff are a special group of people that possess great motivation and passion for leading. To become a Legends staff member, one must demonstrate a desire and ability to work with children while working well with others. The following are requirements for camp staff:
· Background Records Check
· Employment History Check
· Camp Orientation and Training
· Qualifying Coaching and/or Child Care Experience

STAFF TO CAMPER RATIOS
For maximum safety and fun Legends Summer Camp maintains at least 1 adult to 12 children.

WHAT GOES ON AT CAMP
It is the goal of this group to expose the campers to a variety of activities and experiences daily. In doing so, the activities will provide a level of supervision and structure that will offer many different challenges during the week.

Please note that we will be outside every day, weather permitting. Exposure to outdoor elements will occur, so please take this into consideration when preparing for camp activities. All campers will be required to stay with their group and go outside.

WHAT TO BRING – ALL CAMPERS (please have your camper bring/wear the following items):
· Plenty of snacks and drinks for each day. Please make sure campers have eaten breakfast prior to camp
· Medical Necessities (i.e. inhaler, epi-pen, medication)
· Tennis shoes & play clothes
· Sunscreen
· Sport specific equipment will be communicated in your weekly “Welcome to Camp” email
· Please make sure to clearly label ALL belongings prior to camp

WHAT TO BRING – FULL DAY CAMPERS ONLY (please have your camper bring/wear the following items IN ADDITION TO what is listed above for all campers):
· A bag lunch each day Mon-Weds. We will have a pizza party each Thursday. If your child has an aversion to pizza, please have them pack a lunch on Thursday as well.
· Two snacks, one for the morning and one for the afternoon
· A refillable water bottle, labeled with their name
· A bag/backpack for belongings
· A change of clothes OR swimsuit. We will be doing water activities throughout the week (potentially daily) based on the weather.
· Towel

LUNCHES
· Children must bring their lunch and drink (no soda) Mon-Weds.
· Lunches must include a drink and eating utensils (plastic ware) if needed.
· Due to an active schedule, please make lunch is healthy and nutritious and that it will not spoil easily.
· Bottled water refill stations and drinking fountains are available throughout the day. Children are encouraged to drink plenty of water and to carry a water bottle with them.
· Please label the outside of the lunch box/container water bottle as many look alike.

VALUABLES/LOST AND FOUND
Do not bring ANY items of value such as, but not limited to, cell phones, iPods, handheld games, trading cards, toys, movies, etc. If your camper brings any valuables to camp, it will be taken and returned to you at the time of pick up that same day. If it is brought back, it will be taken away for the remainder of the week and returned to the parent the last day of camp. There will be a designated area for camp related Lost and Found items. Please check this daily. Unclaimed items will be donated if not picked up in a timely manner. The Legacy Center will not be
responsible for the loss of valuables or personal property items. It will be your camper’s responsibility to keep up with his/her belongings, not the Legacy Center’s, or the camp staff.

MEDICATION AND MEDICAL CONCERNS
The Legacy Center Camp Staff can assist/supervise campers with the storing and timing of prescription medications if needed, but it is ultimately the responsibility of the camper to administer their own medication. In order to do this, the parent or guardian must communicate any medical needs to the Camp Director the first day of camp.

Any medication must be in the original container with the prescription label and directions on the container. Please note that the Legacy Center Staff will assist/supervise campers in following the directions on the label in all cases, even if it conflicts with the parent’s directions. While camp staff may
supervise, the Legacy Center absolves itself and its staff from any liability related to administering medication.

Please notify the Camp Director of any medical problems or if the camper is on any medication. This information is vital to providing your camper with the appropriate care. The Legacy Center staff will not dispense any over the counter medications to the campers such as, but not limited to, Tylenol or Benadryl, even if it is provided by the parent.

ILLNESS/HEALTH
When your camper is ill for any reason, please do not bring him/her to camp that day. It is our policy not to accept campers when any communicable disease is present. This is a preventive measure to protect the other campers. If your camper comes to camp ill or becomes ill at camp, you will be notified to pick up your camper. If you cannot get here within 1 hour, you must make other arrangements for his/her pick up.

We ask that you keep your camper at home if there are signs of: fever, frequent or severe pain, frequent coughing, conjunctivitis, vomiting, diarrhea, lice, etc. Children with Communicable Diseases, such as, but not limited to Covid-19, Strep Throat, Chicken Pox, Flu, Ringworm, etc, must also be kept at home and the Legacy Center must be notified immediately if the child was contagious while at camp. If your camper is being treated for any of these conditions, he/she must be kept out of camp until the parent can provide a Doctor’s note stating that the camper has been treated and can return without risk to others.

It is also the parent’s responsibility to make sure that all provided phone contact numbers are working numbers. If at any time the number is not working, the parent must provide new numbers. If a parent does not provide the proper information and it continually becomes difficult to reach someone due to insufficient information, it can result in dismissal from the program.

MEDICAL TREATMENT STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES
The Legacy Center Sport Complex is committed to providing your child with a safe and healthy camp experience. We will contact the parent or legal guardian immediately should care be given and/or the services of a physician be required.

DISCIPLINE POLICY
A camper’s behavior is a great concern to us. We expect all campers to respect, listen and to follow the camp staff’s instruction. We also expect our counselors to treat the campers based on the character values of caring, respect, responsibility, and honesty. Please discuss appropriate behavior and expectations with your camper prior to drop off. We want everyone to stay safe and have fun!

Disciplinary Process
1. Staff will redirect the camper to more appropriate behavior.
2. If inappropriate behavior continues, the camper will be reminded of behavior guidelines and camp rules, and the camper will be asked to decide on action steps to correct his/her behavior.
3. If a child’s behavior still does not meet expectations and is affecting the experience of other campers, he/she will be referred to the camp director.
4. If inappropriate behavior continues, as a final action step the camper may be dismissed from camp.

*** Refunds or credits will not be given if a camper is suspended from camp.

IMPORTANT: Any act that could be considered dangerous to the campers or staff is grounds for immediate suspension/dismissal. Any act which threatens the life of another child or staff will result in immediate suspension or dismissal from the program.

Campers may be removed from their group for rule violations and required to sit out. Once the problem is corrected, campers may return to their group.

Just as we expect the Day Camp Staff to treat parents with dignity and respect, we expect the parents to treat the staff with the same manner. Any parent or guardian who shows disrespect to our staff will automatically forfeit their child’s spot in the program, effective immediately.

BULLYING
Bullying is the nation’s growing trend of peer-on-peer abuse. Camp staff will make every effort to prevent, recognize and deal with this behavior, but we also need help from the parents to assist us in addressing these situations. Encourage your camper to speak up and tell camp staff if they are being bullied. Some children may wait until they get home and tell the parents. If this happens, please call or email and let us know immediately so we can resolve the situation promptly. The Legacy Center wants campers to have a positive experience at camp. This unacceptable behavior will not be tolerated and will be dealt with appropriately.

PAYMENT PROCEDURES
Changes/Cancellations:
There will be no changes allowed beginning 1 week before the start of your camp week. This allows our Director to finalize staff and activities, giving everyone the best possible camp experience. There will be no refund for cancellations under 1 week before the start of the camp week.

Payment Due Date: All camp fees are due AT LEAST 1 week prior to their scheduled camp. This will allow Legacy Center leaders to staff appropriately for the upcoming week of camp. Full payment must be made, or your camper will not be allowed to come to camp. This will be strictly enforced.

DROP OFF / PICK UP EXPECTATIONS
Drop-off: Mon-Thurs from 8:30AM-9:00AM
Campers need to be signed in at the location designated in your weekly “Welcome to Camp” email. Any time after 9:00 am, you need to take your camper to their sport specific location to be signed in with their coach.

Pick Up: Mon-Thurs from 4:00PM-5:00PM
Parents are expected to pick up campers any time during or before the close of camp. If you need to pick up a camper during normal camp hours, please notify the Camp Director as soon as possible. Camp activities are going on in various locations around Legacy Center. Please allow at least 15 minutes for us to locate your child’s group, retrieve them, and allow them to get their personal items packed up. Each camper must be signed out each day by his/her parent/guardian aged 18 or older. Please note that no camper will be released in the care of a child under the age of 18.

Late Pick Up
Pick up ends promptly at 5:00PM. Please have a backup option in the event you are running late. Late pick up begins at 5:05PM and will result in a $10 fee per child. Beginning at 5:10PM the charge is $1 per minute, per child. Our staff work hard to pack a lot of fun into the day. We appreciate your cooperation in picking up on time so they can prepare for the next day

Legends FC Summer Camps | Ages 6-12

Legends FC Summer camps are perfect for soccer players of all skill and experience levels looking to enhance their game! Camp staff will introduce and teach individual technical skills in an environment that encourages risk taking. Each day will feature a topic based session to improve in one area. All sessions will encourage players to dribble out of pressure moments and be willing to beat players 1 vs 1. Exercises will be administered that require choice making. Small sided games will be played at the end of each session. Camps will run Monday-Thursday each week from 9:30a-11:30a.

**Campers interested in staying to participate in the afternoon portion of the Legends Summer Camp program may do so by selecting the “Afternoon Camp Add-on” option at checkout ($80). 

Legends FC Camp Dates and Times

Week 1: 7/8-7/11, 9:30a-11:30a

Week 2: 7/15-7/18, 9:30a-11:30a

Week 3: 7/22-7/25, 9:30a-11:30a

Cost: $149/week

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