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Spring Camp at Temple Sinai is an amazing opportunity for kids between the ages of 18 months and 6 years old to come together, play with friends and have an amazing Spring break. This year, Spring Camp runs on:

Monday, April 13: Escaping Egypt (Matzah Making)
Tuesday, April 14: Crossing the Red Sea (Water Play Day)
Wednesday, April 15: Wandering in the Wilderness (Outdoor Exploration)

You can register for the full camp or for individual days.

Temple Sinai ECE Students
Full camp (half day): 9am-12:30pm, $120
Full camp (full day): 9am-3pm, $150
Daily Rate: $60.00

Guests and Friends
Full camp (half day): 9am-12:30pm, $135
Full camp (full day): 9am-3pm, $165
Daily Rate: $75.00

We're so excited to have fun and learn with you at Temple Sinai's Early Childhood Education Center Spring Camp. Please complete the following enrollment form so we can be ready to welcome you!

Each day of spring camp has a special theme:

Monday, April 13: Escaping Egypt (Matzah Making)
Tuesday, April 14: Crossing the Red Sea (Water Play Day)
Wednesday, April 15: Wandering in the Wilderness (Outdoor Exploration)

If you are a returning family, please make sure you are logged in to the Temple Sinai website before completing this form. Click the Login button on the top right of this page. If you don't remember your password, go to https://www.tsnd.org/login.php, enter your email address and click on "Forgot password." You will receive an email with a link to create your new password. Once you have created your new password, please save your login information securely. 
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Please choose from the enrollment options below. If your child is currently enrolled in Temple Sinai's PK4 class you are eligible to send them for the full day at half-day cost!

Price includes snacks
Price includes snacks. 
Price includes snacks. 


I/We understand and accept that Temple Sinai of North Dade Inc. DOES NOT REFUND REGISTRATION FEES, DEPOSITS, TUITION FEES, OR ANY OTHER PAYMENTS TO THE SCHOOL, if we decide to remove our child(ren) from the school after registration, except in the following circumstances: where the school has counseled us to withdraw our child; where we had hoped to move to the area but are no longer able to do so; or where we are moving away from the area for a job or to make aliyah. Refunds will be issued if there is insufficient class enrollment.
The parent/guardian hereby grants permission for my child to participate in any and all activities arranged or conducted by Temple Sinai of North Dade, Inc., a not-for-profit Florida corporation ("Temple Sinai") and/or arranged or conducted by any of the groups associated with or affiliated with Temple Sinai. I further authorize Temple Sinai to act as my agent and I hereby grant permission for Temple Sinai to obtain emergency treatment for my child in any event where it may not be possible for Temple Sinai to contact me in sufficient time to receive permission for such emergency treatment. All of which may be incurred by reason of such emergency treatment performed for my child shall be my responsibility. I further agree to release Temple Sinai (and all groups and entities associated or affiliated with Temple Sinai) from any and all liabilities, actions, damages, causes of action, fees, costs or expenses which may be incurred or suffered by my child during any field trip activities arranged or sponsored by Temple Sinai and/or by any groups and/or entities affiliated with Temple Sinai.
I/We agree to allow my child’s name, photograph, and information to be used by the school in the school’s publications, videos, promotional materials and website, without compensation and without prior notice. I release and hold the school harmless from any liability stemming from the use of my child’s name, photograph, or information.
Binding Arbitration and Prevailing Party Status: We believe that arbitration is the most appropriate way to resolve any dispute that may arise between Temple Sinai of North Dade, Inc. and you. By submitting this application, you and Temple Sinai agree that any and all disputes arising out of or related to your child's enrollment in Temple Sinai, or to any other aspect of the relationship between you and/or your child, on the one hand, and Temple Sinai or any of its employees, on the other, shall be heard and determined exclusively by final and binding arbitration before a single arbitrator under the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association, in Miami-Dade County, Florida and judgment upon the arbitration award may be entered in any court of competent jurisdiction. The substantive laws of Florida shall be applied in resolving any such dispute. Agreeing to final and binding arbitration means forgoing many elements of litigation in court, most notably detailed discovery, trial by jury, and the right to appeal. Temple Sinai believes that the advantages of relative speed and economy, and of confidentiality, outweigh any disadvantages. Should you have any questions regarding this choice of process, we recommend that you consult with counsel prior to submitting this application. The prevailing party in the arbitration proceeding shall be awarded all costs and reasonable attorney's fees in an amount determined by the arbitrator. Such an award shall include the costs and reasonable attorney's fees incurred in the arbitration proceeding as well as the costs and reasonable attorney's fees incurred in preparing for and attending any scheduled mediation.

 

Sun, February 16 2020 21 Sh'vat 5780