Brooks School Day Camp
The Group One experience is developmentally designed for our youngest campers. A carefully crafted schedule is intended to allow for a balance of free play and guided instruction.
With this in mind, your child will engage in a wide array of activities that are led by a dedicated team of counselors whose background and passion is in working with young children. Each one-week session is themed to spark joy and imagination that will enhance your child’s experience. To allow for further flexibility, families may choose from either a half-day or whole-day program.
Brooks School Day Camp provides participants with a variety of activities like no other local camp can equal. Taking full advantage of our 270-acre campus on the shore of Lake Cochichewick, our highly qualified staff offer specialized instruction in a wide array of activities. Children will engage in hands-on fun as they participate in both indoor and outdoor activities that change with each day.
- Arts & Crafts
- Performing Arts
- Sensory Play
- Swim Lessons & Free Swim
|10:35–11:10 AM||Performing Arts|
|11:15–11:50 AM||Swim Lessons|
|11:55 AM–12:20 PM||Lunch|
|12:25–1:00 PM||Group Time|
|1:05–1:40 PM||Arts & Crafts|
|1:45–2:20 PM||Sensory Play|
|2:25–3:00 PM||Free Swim|
Group One Coordinator
Audrey specializes in leading the program for our youngest campers ages three to five. Audrey’s passion is ensuring the day camp experience is both developmentally appropriate and engaging for young children. She has a fourteen-year history with Brooks School Day Camp; as a camper, LIT, counselor, and coordinator. She is currently a student at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York, where she studies applied mathematics and psychology. In her free time, Audrey enjoys skiing, playing piano, and traveling.
Day Camp Supervisor
Becky is responsible for planning, administering, and directing the daily operation of the Brook School Day Camp. Also, Rebekah assists the group coordinators within their assigned areas of responsibility with planning and implementing effective programs. Rebekah has a passion for youth development and elementary education. She received her M.A.Ed. from Salem State University, as well as her B.S., and is currently a second-grade teacher. Becky lives in North Andover with her husband and two sons and enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Matt oversees the day-to-day operations of seven activity areas. Matt has been a part of the Brooks School Summer Programs team for three years. During the academic year, Matt has served as an assistant varsity football coach for the past four years and, most recently, as a coach to the varsity wrestling team. He also works in the Brooks School Learning Center. Matt is a recent graduate of the University of Massachusetts Lowell with degrees in English and Economics and is currently enrolled as a graduate student in their Master of Secondary Education program. Matt’s interests include Boston sports, traveling with friends, and all outdoor activities.
Sam oversees the day-to-day operations of seven activity areas. Sam has been a part of the Brooks School Summer Programs team for two years and was the Adventure Head for the day camp before assuming her current role. Sam is currently pursuing her degree in English from Westfield State University. She brings an extensive background in educational settings as a substitute teacher and counselor. Sam has a passion for outdoor education and has always enjoyed being a part of the summer camp environment both as a camper and counselor. She is excited to share her talents and enthusiasm with the Brooks community.
Health Services Supervisor
Gayle has been working as the Brooks School Summer Programs since 2012. In this role, Gayle directs all aspects of the health center’s operation in accordance with state and local regulations and collaborates with our Health Care Consultant. Her greatest satisfaction in work is seeing young adults/children begin to take responsibility for their wellness. Gayle received her Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from the University of Rochester and her Master’s degree from Boston College. During the school year, Gayle works as the Director of Health and Wellness at a local school. When not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family, biking, skiing, or participating in almost any type of outdoor activity.