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 YESHIVA BREAK

 11 - 20 Shevat 5781 | Jan. 24 - Feb. 2, 2021

 Lake Worth, FL, Florida

Young shluchim across the globe depend on the programs of The Shluchim Office.

GENERAL INFORMATION

The Tzeirei Hashluchim Winter Camp, formerly in Oracle, Arizona and now located in Southern Florida, is for sons of shluchim ages 7-14. The camp takes place for 10 days corresponding to most schools' mid-winter vacation. Experienced, Chasidishe head staff and counselors will direct the camp.

Campsite amenities include state of the art camp grounds, air-conditioned buildings, a game room, huge heated swimming pool, lake with canoes, 7-acre paintball field, boardwalk and nature trails, basketball and beach volleyball courts, two challenge towers, high-low ropes courses, climbing tower, and a children's playground.  The campsite is located 30 minutes from Palm Beach International airport on the Gold Coast Campsite, in Lake Worth, Florida.
 

Dates:

Boys Program: Grades 2-8
Yeshiva Break
11 - 20 Shevat 5781 | Jan. 24 - Feb. 2, 2021

For Girls dates, click here.

To register, click here.

Please note: Camp is currently full. To join a waiting list, email shluchimcamp@shluchim.org.


Rates

Rates per camper (includes a camp T-shirt, excludes airfare):

Full Tuition: $850
 

Special Shluchim Price

By December 31st: $400
After December 31st: $490
This minimal charge helps defray part of the cost of camp. We recommend you register as early as possible.
 

Shluchim Online School Special - All Grades!

Each year, there will be special class reunions for students of the Nigri International Shluchim Online School. Winter camp is a unique opportunity for Online School students to join their fellow classmates in person and to enjoy 10 days of friendship and fun together. 

By December 31st: $290
After December 31st: $390


To register, click here.
 

Transportation


Driving to Camp 

 

Address: 

Our campsite is located at 7495 Park Lane Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33449.

 

Drop-off - Arrival to camp: 11 Shevat / Jan. 24

 

Campers being dropped off should arrive after 12:00 PM, with the most ideal time being from 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM.

 

Please note: Due to Covid-19 protocols, campers being dropped off at our campsite will be met by the camp staff at the entrance of camp, no parents or guardians will be allowed on campgrounds. However, the individual dropping the children off must wait until the campers are cleared to enter.

 

For the full Covid-19 policy, see below.

 

Pickup - Departure from camp: 2 options

 
  1. Pickup Monday evening - 19 Shevat / Feb 1 (after banquet):

    You can pick up your son after the Grand Banquet on the last night of camp at approximately 9:30 / 10 PM until 12:00 AM (if you will be arriving later, please confirm before.)
     

Pickup Tuesday Morning - 20 Shevat / Feb 2:

If you are not able to come Monday night, you can pick up your son on Tuesday morning between 8:30 AM and 1:30 PM.
 

Flying to Camp 

 

Airport Pickup and Drop-off Fee: (each way)

 

Airport

Cost

PBI

$20

FLL

$35

 

We are pleased to be able to waive all airport pickup fees if the transportation form is submitted before Monday, 5 Shevat / January 18th at 8:00 PM EST.  youngshluchim.org/camptravel.

 

Arrival to camp: 11 Shevat / Jan. 24

 

Arrival is in Palm Beach International airport (PBI) between 12:00 PM and 4:00 PM.

 

While PBI (Palm Beach International) airport is closer to our campsite and more convenient, if FLL (Fort Lauderdale International) Airport is significantly more advantageous, you can book there as well. 

 

If you have limited options with flights, please let us know by emailing us. We will try our best to accommodate.

 

If there is any information we need to know about your child’s trip, please include in the comments in the travel form or email us.

 

If your child is flying as an unaccompanied minor, we will provide the name of the staff member picking her up from the airport approx 24 hours before your child’s flight. You will need to provide this to the airline at check-in so they can release the child upon arrival.

 

NY Group flight:  If you are interested in your son joining a group flight from New York, please click here and fill out the form.

 

Departure from camp: 20 Shevat / Feb 2

Please book return flights in between 6:00 AM and 1:00 PM.
 

While PBI (Palm Beach International) airport is closer to our campsite and more convenient, if FLL (Fort Lauderdale International) Airport is significantly more advantageous, you can book there as well. 

 

If you have limited options with flights, please let us know by emailing us. We will try our best to accommodate.


Please make sure that all information for your child’s return flight is submitted in the form. 

 

We will provide any info needed before your son’s return flight.

 

If you would like your son to have a phone for travel, please ensure it is not a smartphone, and does not have Internet capabilities. This phone should be given to a head counselor upon arrival in camp to hold.



For Girls transportation info, click here.

To register, click here.

Packing List


All clothing should be
clearly marked with first and last name. Clothing should be aidel, as befitting a young shliach and a chossid.
 

There are no laundry facilities available on the campsite.  Please send along enough clothing for 10 days.


Average temperatures in Florida in the wintertime range from 55-75 degrees.  Please ensure that you send a warm sleeping bag or blanket.

If you would like a printable version of this information, click here.
 

Suggested AmountItem
9 Weekday shirts
8 Weekday pants
10 Sets of Underwear
10 Socks
1 Sweater or jacket
2 Shabbos clothes
1 Pair of shoes
1 Pair of sneakers
2 Tallis Katan
1 Extra Yarmulke
2 Warm pajamas
1 Pillow
1 Bedding (sheets)
1 Warm blanket or Sleeping bag
1 Bathing suit
2 Towels
1 Sunscreen
1 Slippers
1 Bathrobe (optional)
1 Flashlight
1 Soap & Shampoo
1 Toothbrush & Toothpaste
1 Chitas (optional)

 

Do not bring:

 

Do not bring the following items: Music or books that aren’t על טהרת הקודש, smartphones or internet-enabled devices, bicycles, firecrackers, knives, skates, roller blades, skateboards, water guns / balloons, as well as valuable items you don’t want to risk getting lost or damaged.

 

If your child is traveling with important documents (passport, birth certificate or similar) please make sure she hands these in to the camp office for safe keeping.

To register, click here.