If you're planning on sending your under 13 year old kids to Lifetime summer camp I suggest you first visit to see how the "camp" is operated.
1. Teen activity leaders (or whatever they call themselves) seem to have no skills at all in dealing w/ children. Seems some must actually not like them at all. I've seen many treat the kids as if they are Marine Corp recruits, telling them to shut up, sit down, don't talk, don't move or else you'll be in time out for the rest of the day (this @ 12 noon).
2. Never take attendance: At any given moment I'm sure they could not determine who is and who is not at the club. No check -offs when they get back from field trips,and unless I'm noticed (not too likely) no check offs mandated when I pick my 9 year old up. Some day I may show up, sign up and then take my daughter home just to confirm they'd be clueless as to her absence.
3. Greeting the new kid on the first day of camp: You walk in, sign in (if your childs name happens to have made it to the pre-printed list, about a 2 in 3 chance as the hand written sign in's are many). You're not told who your child will be spending their week with, or even the day with. When you ask, the sign-in teen will say : "Oh, I don't know" while turning to another teen employee for an answer, who'll then say "Not sure,just let her go over to that corner and put her stuff in the tub" We'll get started soon". Because of this lack of leader assigment, many kids just sit alone by the walls / windows wondering (I'm guessing) as to what the *** kind of camp is this? Which is what I'm wondering myself.
I'm dropping her even if it costs me my deposits for the remaining 2 weeks I signed her up for. This is no way to run a childrens day camp, no way to treat kids and no way to help parents feel secure in their childrens care while away at camp. Lifetime should be ashamed!