Thank you for your interest in Tiny Trees Summer Camp! This page will be updated with Summer 2023 information on February 15th. We operate summer programming at most of our locations, but several preschool year programs do not operate during the summer based on our contracts/agreements with our Parks partners.
We prioritize our current students for summer enrollment (for those wanting to maintain their enrollment). After Tiny Trees families have had the opportunity to sign up for summer, we invite new families to sign up for summer.
To be eligible for summer, students should be between the ages of 3-6 years. All students should be potty independent and comfortable using a porta-potty with minimal teacher assistance. The ability to regulate toileting is an important skill for an outdoor camper to develop with the support of our educators and their families. We make accommodations to include children with known or suspected disabilities or developmental delays in our program. However, we do not have diapering facilities on site. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss any accommodations needed for your child.
There have been updates to Washington’s School and Childcare Immunization requirements. Children exempted from immunization by their parent or guardian will not be accepted into care unless that exemption is due to an illness protected by the ADA or WLAD or by a completed and signed Certificate of Exemption. The MMR exemption law change went into effect on July 28, 2019. Students who are not vaccinated against MMR will only be accepted at Tiny Trees with a Certificate of Exemption that indicates a medical or religious exemption. Read more about the law on the Washington Department of Health’s Website.
When a program fills up (has reached the maximum number of children) and its enrollment is closed, families are welcome to sign up on the program waitlist for their preferred program/s. When spots become available in a previously closed/full program, we notify families on the program waitlist. This occurs whenever a spot opens. Some programs are more popular than others, so waitlist lengths vary. We cannot guarantee that families on the waitlist will be able to enroll.