IN AN EFFORT TO PROMOTE THE HIGHEST LEVELS OF SAFETY AND ORGANIZATION, PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO READ BELOW FOR IMPORTANT CAMP INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR CHILD’S CAMP REGISTRATION.
*TIP! We encourage you to keep this information handy during your camp week(s). Over the years, we have learned from families that those who report reading the info below, also report the highest levels of satisfaction with our camp!
**If there is an overnight weather issue that may affect the following camp day, information will be posted on our Facebook page by 8:00 a.m.
Morning check-in begins at 8:50 a.m. Each day, please park your vehicle in the designated parking area and check in your child at our registration table.
Pick up/Dismissal will begin at 2:45 p.m. each day (approx. 11:55 a.m. for half-day campers).*
*To ensure maximum safety, please allow our staff to begin our dismissal procedure before checking out your child from camp.*
On the last day of camp, camp will conclude at 2:00 p.m., followed by a brief Player Awards Ceremony. All families are welcomed to attend! The ceremony will conclude no later than 2:20 p.m. Please plan accordingly.
1) Baseball/fielding glove 2) Ice-packed lunch
We like for campers to feel cool and relaxed, thus helping them listen, learn & perform their best! While baseball pants are not required, campers do need to wear athletic attire (i.e. athletic shorts vs. cargo shorts). As with any baseball-related event, a protective cup is suggested but not required.
If someone other than your child’s legal parent/guardian will pick up your child from camp (or your child will walk home from camp), WE MUST RECEIVE WRITTEN NOTIFICATION (HARD COPY, NOT ELECTRONIC), FROM A LISTED PARENT/GUARDIAN, PRIOR TO RELEASING YOUR CHILD.
The brief written notification must include:
a. Child’s name and name of the individual(s) who will be picking up your child in place of the listed parent/guardian on file
b. Date(s) and time(s) the pickup will occur
c. Best phone number in the event we must contact you
d. Signature of the listed parent/guardian on file
*TIME SAVINGS TIP! Many provide us with a “blanket note”, one that lists, or “covers”, the dates of the entire camp week.
We kindly ask all parents to refrain from putting peanut butter or other items processed with peanuts or any type of tree nut in foods and drinks during our camp week.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation regarding the above safety issues and helping us keep all our campers safe!
WEATHER SCENARIOS: THAT’S WHAT OUR PHONE BROADCAST (TEXT/VOICE) SYSTEM IS FOR!!!
“Rain Delay” – “Heads Up/Warning” – “See you Friday!”
1. “Rain Delay”: During the camp day, in the event of MODERATE/PASSING inclement weather, camp will engage in a “Rain Delay”. Campers and staff will retreat to field dugouts or similar structures (i.e. Gazebo, etc.) for shelter until the temporary rain pattern passes over.
2. “Heads Up/Warning”: In the event of forecasted significant and/or sustained inclement weather, a “Heads Up/Warning” text or call may be sent. A “Heads Up/Warning” is sent when there is a possibility that camp may end early due to significant or sustained inclement weather*.
*A “Heads Up/Warning” message is typically sent a minimum of 1 hour in advance, to notify parents that camp MAY end early that day. If the projected significant or sustained inclement weather continues, only then would you receive a follow-up call/text to pick up your child.
3. “See You Friday!”: In the event of inclement weather that occurs during the overnight or morning of camp, you will be contacted via our telephone broadcast system as to whether or not camp will remain on as scheduled or canceled no later than 8:00 a.m.
As with any parenting or caregiving situation, it is important to have backup plans in place.
In the event of sustained/significant inclement weather that results in an early dismissal, it is highly suggested to ensure alternative plans are in place AHEAD OF TIME, so that your child(ren) may be picked up from camp in a timely manner.
Thankfully, on average, an early dismissal happens just once a summer (average number of summer camp days: between 25-30).
Above all, we plan for your child to have both a safe & awesome summer camp experience while in our care!
To learn more about a Typical Summer Camp Day, click here!
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Coach Consiglio does a great job in developing the young player. He is very passionate and knowledgeable about the game and takes a lot of pride in seeing his players progress. I have no doubt he will lead his staff to undertake this same mission.
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Coach Consiglio opened my eyes to the possibility of playing college baseball. He helped me in all aspects of my game; helping me to improve my skills on the field, my mental makeup about the game, and how to handle the college recruiting process. He was always there to offer honest and straightforward advice and continues to check up once my collegiate career began.
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The staff at 21st Century Sports has done an excellent job working with all of the baseball programs in our town – from TeeBall to Little League to Babe Ruth & up through the Varsity program – over the last few years. They take a comprehensive approach to the ‘well-being’ of our baseball feeder programs and have helped us instill a systematic instructional program to pass on to both our youngsters and coaches. More imporantly, they have established personal relationships and connections with each of the different baseball programs in our town. This comprehensive approach enables everyone in our baseball community, from the time they are first able to throw a ball until they leave for college, with the feeling that not only have they been provided with the very best possible instruction, but have worked and interacted with our children and parents – as people who sincerely care about the game of baseball as well as each individual’s skill development.
I fully appreciate the enthusiasm Bill and his staff have in communicating the sound principles of baseball. Far too often in the college recruiting process we see young players who have no understanding of how to play the game. Yet, they are unrealistically in pursuit of a college scholarship. I am not saying that every player who participates in 21st Century Sports will receive a college scholarship to play baseball. What I will say is that Coach Consiglio and his staff will provide players with the proper techniques to give them the best chance to have a positive baseball experience, no matter what level they aspire to play – college, high school or Little League. And as a parent myself, that’s all you can ask.