K.A.P News

K.A.P News is a broadcasting program sponsored by CH. 7 Eyewitness News. Children ages 4-14 are taught how to run a news show (view the video on the home page) They are taught to research, Write, and cast stories to be broadcasted on Cablevision. For interested Parents contact Mr. Cloud @ 914.562.3632 or hoodtvradio@aol.com, for more info.

Our Program Locations:

THIS YEAR 2021 K.A.P.

SUMMER PROGRAM WILL BE @

MLK Jr Academy 

135 Locust Hill Avenue

Yonkers, NY 10701

 

K.A.P.

After School Program &

Summer Program

Martin Luther King Jr Academy

135 Locust Hill Avenue

Yonkers NY 10701

 

K.A.P.

After School Program &

Summer Program

School 16

759 North Broadway

Yonkers NY 10701

 

K.A.P. 

After School Program &

Summer Program

School 18 Scholastic Academy

77 Parkhill Avenue

Yonkers NY 10701

 

To Register: 

 

Contact:  Mrs. Cloud (914) 513-8898

 

Contact:  Mr. Cloud (914) 434-3438

 

For Espanol:  (914) 294-7774

How to Register:

Register On-Line. You can download all enrollment forms on this website, just go into "SUMMER CAMP" then go into "REGISTRATION FORMS" on the top of the page and download the enrollment application and emergency card. Please email the forms to mrs.rcloud@yahoo.com and to pay your $35.00 registration fee (includes fee for application) go into "RATES" on the upper left hand side of this page and go under "REGISTRATION FEE" and "click on" add to shopping cart.  *note*  when paying your fee the cart will take you into "pay pal" (you can log in as Guest) its the most trusted payment center for protecting your financial information and identity. A Representative will call you to complete your Registration.

 

To Register by mail download the enrollment form and emergency card.

 

Please mail all forms back to:

 

K.A.P.

420 Palisade Avenue

Unit 3D

Yonkers N.Y. 10703 

C/O Mrs. Cloud

(Please be sure to include a $35.00 money order or check made payable to K.A.P.)

 

COVID-19

 

Now more than ever, kids need summer camp.  According to health officials, the risk of transmitting COVID-19 in an outdoor enviroment like camp is low, but the benefits of socialization, exercise, and learning would be tremendous.

 

The KAP team is taking steps to keep campers and staff safe this summer by implementing guidelines from CDC and New York State Department of Health.  KAPs team priority is to provide a safe and fun enviroment while adhering to the CDC and Department of Health guidelies and are committed to sharing timely communications with our families.  We've designed our COVID-19  safety plan to be flexible, so we can adapt and refine our responses.

 

KAP summer program safety protocols include the following:

 

*Daily symptom screening and temperature checks for camper and staff

 

*Monitoring health of campers throughout the day.

 

*Requiring all staff to wear masks

 

*Cleaning and disinfecting all activity areas, equipment, and supplies

 

*Mandatory handwashing between activities

 

*Providing EPA approved soap and hand sanitizer at activity and food locations

 

*Reducing groups limited to no more than 10 campers with 2 staff

 

*Maintaining the same group of 10 campers and dedicated staff the enitre 5 weeks of camp

 

*Maintaining safe social distancing between groups

 

*Having trained medical staff on-site<< New text box >>

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