The Cade Museum strives to never turn a student away because of financial need. Our scholarships are awarded on a first come, first served basis. This form is intended to be completed by the parent/guardian of the student applying for the scholarship. If you have questions or need assistance with this application please call 352-371-8001.
*All scholarships have been awarded for our full-day camps. You may still complete the request form to be added to a scholarship waitlist.
If you questions, please see the Camp FAQ's below, and contact us with any additional questions at 352.371.8001, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cade Museum 2021 Camp FAQ's
Here is some important information to create the most successful camp experience for you and your child. One week before camp, we will also provide a comprehensive camp package, with added camp information, plus any required forms.
Q: Where are camps being held?
A: Camps will be held in the labs of the Cade Museum located at 811 South Main Street. Campers will also enjoy Depot Park daily for lunch and play.
Q: What time does camp begin and end?
A: Early drop off- 8:00am Full day activities- 9:00am-5:00pm Half day activities- 9:00am-1:00pm Late pickup for full day- 5:30pm
Q: Will I pack lunch for my child?
A: The Cade Museum is participating in the Alachua County Summer BreakSpot program that provides free lunch to children ages 0-18. This program runs from June 21- July 23. You may still pack additional snacks and drinks for your student. Water will be available for your child throughout the day.
For camps taking place after the Summer BreakSpot program end, you will need provide lunch, snacks, and drinks for your child. Siblings attending separate camps may not eat lunch at the same time, so each child’s food should be packed separately. Water will be available for your child throughout the day.
Q: Can my child bring personal items and electronics to camp?
A: To ensure every child’s safety, campers are not allowed to bring any toys, electronics, or other personal items to camp.
Q: What should my child wear to camp?
A: Campers should wear comfortable, close-toed shoes and clothing they don't mind getting a bit messy.
Q: Will my child be required to wear a face mask at camp?
A: The Cade Museum is following local and state guidelines, as well as CDC guidelines that can be found here. Unless there is a significant spike in cases or other safety/health issues, masks will be optional on our campuses (indoors and outdoors) for our summer camps. If the course of the virus changes, masks may again be required.
Q: How big will the groups of children be at camp?
A: The size of camps will vary, based on the classroom size in which each camp is conducted. We expect to enroll a maximum of 16 campers, ages 6-9, and 12 campers, ages 10-14. Due to limited capacity, we recommend that you enroll as soon as possible.
Q: Will I receive a refund if the museum cancels a camp?
A: Yes. If the Cade Museum cancels a camp, a refund will be issued, within three weeks of cancellation.
Q: What is the cancellation policy? A: A full refund will be issued if requested a week prior to camp start date by contacting email@example.com
Q: If I have a child in each camp age group, will they get to see each other during the day?
A: Campers in different age groups will be together at early drop off and pick up times. The groups may also overlap during lunch and park times depending on the daily schedule.
Q: Will the full day (ages 6-9) and the half day (ages 6-9) campers be in the same class?
A: No. Our full day and half day camp programs are on different schedules.
Q: Will you screen students before they are admitted into the camp?
A: The Cade team will take every camper's temperature at the time of morning check-in, and any child with a temperature (per CDC guidelines) will not be permitted to attend camp that day, and for at least 24-hours after any sign of fever. To protect the safety of all of our campers, any child with a fever or any other signs of illness must remain home.
Q: What is the Cade Museum's Tax ID? A: 81-1234271
We want to provide you and your child with the best camp experience possible, so we are here to answer any added questions that you may have at firstname.lastname@example.org or (352) 371-8001.