ESU for Kids is The Pocono Mountains Premier Day Camp for kids since 1991.
ESU for kids is your day camp your way! The ESU for Kids for summer program offers you flexibility you can’t find anywhere else! You can enroll your child from one up to seven daily activities available Monday through Friday for three week program in July. We also have one day special events offer different tracks of courses for you to choose
Here's how you can register for ESU for Kids without going online:
Visit us at East Stroudsburg University’s Conference Services on campus at 403 Normal Street. Office hours are weekdays 9a-4p. The phone number is (570) 422-3061.
ESU for Kids only hires certified teachers or recent college graduates who teach activities that they are passionate about.
We strive to offer an interesting mix of program for ages 6-18. Choose from courses in:
- When Does ESU for Kids Take Place?
ESU for Kids offers three special one day events each year – one in March/April, one in April/May, and one in October/November.
The ESU for Kids three-week summer program is always held Mondays through Fridays for the last three weeks of July.
- How Do I Enroll in ESU for Kids?
Register and scroll down and click on ESU for Kids. On the left side of our registration page, you’ll find tabs for all of our current events. Each event will have a downloadable flyer, course descriptions, and buttons to click to register with a credit card or debit card.
- How Are Lunches and Bathroom Breaks Organized?
Students are encouraged and must to bring their own lunches, snacks, and drinks to every one-day event and to each day of our three-week summer program. Students enrolled in BOTH the 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. class and the 12:55 to 1:55 p.m. class will have time to eat a supervised lunch between these two courses. Organized bathroom breaks take place during and between courses.
- What Is Your Student Dismissal Policy?
ESU for Kids staff will treat each student with respect and set clear expectations and boundaries each day. Students are expected to be honest, show respect to their peers and staff, and treat the facilities and equipment with care. Inappropriate language and verbal/physical aggression is strictly prohibited. Failure to uphold any of these expectations may result in a student's dismissal from the ESU for Kids program without refund.