This program is for High School aged rowers that want to keep rowing through the summer to keep working on their technique and stay in shape for the fall season. This is a perfect time to introduce yourself to pairs and doubles.
Summer I: Runs June 18th – July 6th;
Summer II: Runs July 9th – July 27th;
Summer III: Runs July 30- Aug 17th
Offered weekly, M-F.
M-F 9:30-1:30pm, $700.
Because of the State's regulations and policies for "Summer Camps", WWRA will need extra information from you:
- HEALTH FORM: same information that has always been on our registration, you can input this during registration (this is not a separate form).
- IMMUNIZATION RECORD
- PHYSICAL EXAM: this is the same clearance that is needed for each school, we just need a copy of the document that the doctor provided you.
- PHOTO OF CHILD
- TRIP PERMISSION SLIP: only for the crews going to Club Nationals.
- SWIMMING TEST: everyone will take a swim test on the first day, regardless if you had taken one before.
All the records need to be submitted prior to June 18th. The town will not allow you to participate if you don't have the records in. You can email them to me (email@example.com) or you can drop them off next Thursday or Friday at the boathouse.
All registrants must complete an online waiver with US Rowing. The waiver is good for the calendar year. You will be asked later during the registration process to confirm that you have done this. Please visit the following website to sign the online waiver:
Our staff undergo hours of mandatory training that involve an in-depth examination of program
policies, emergency procedures, group work, curriculum planning, behavior management, bully
prevention, team building, service learning, character building and child development. Training and
Certifications in Safety, CPR & AED and Basic First Aid are also mandatory. All staff submit a written
application with work history and references and are screened, interviewed and CORI background
checked prior to hiring. This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health
and be licensed by the local Board of Health. Parents of licensed camps may request copies
of background checks, health care, and discipline policies as well as procedures for filing
This camp has applied for initial license from the Board of Health within the
last six months, pursuant to 105 CMR 430.000: Minimum Standards for Recreational Camps
for Children (State Sanitary Code, Chapter IV)
A swim test is required prior to the start of your session. The swim test form can be found at:http://wwcrew.org/rowers/documents-and-forms. Completed forms can be brought to the first day or mailed to WWRA, PO Box 5508, Wayland, MA 01778. If you have already completed a swim test with WWRA, you do not need to do another. If you have completed a swim test for another rowing program, you may submit a copy of that swim test in lieu of doing another test.
Enter club code EUZXC and follow prompts
Please take note of your child's US Rowing number