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Guest blog by Anne Archer Yetsko When I Googled the phrase “middle school,” two of the top hits were “Middle school survival” and “Middle school: the worst years of my life.” I found that to be a pretty good depiction of how most people feel about this slightly (or not so slightly) traumatizing and awkward period of life. There are a few key aspects of the camp experience that are really beneficial for this age group. Camp gives your middle schooler:

Buses will begin morning pickups slightly earlier on Monday. As it is the first day of camp, we ask for a little flexibility until routes become solidified
Our camp office is open from 7:30am-6:00pm daily. If you should need anything, feel free to call us between those hours at 516-626-1094. Email us anytime at campjacobson@sjjcc.org and we will respond as soon as possible.
For more information on camp procedures, feel free to check out our parent guide by logging into your campminder account…

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