Session 7A - San Juan Kayaking 2.0
All gender, entering grades 9-12 in the fall of 2021.
In this two-week program, campers build on basic kayak skills, learning new paddle strokes and kayak rescues. Campers will also learn to read tide and current tables to play a bigger role in planning their own experience. The group will take those skills to the water, paddling through the San Juan Islands by day and camping on different islands each night. All participants must demonstrate a wet-exit and re-entry with their paddle partner before embarking on the course.
*No previous experience is required.
We recognize that families have different abilities to pay and offer a voluntary three-tier fee structure to best meet each family's needs.
• Tier 3 reflects the full cost of the program selected. If your family can pay this amount, please do. Thank you.
• Tier 2 is a partially subsidized rate to help families who are unable to afford the full cost of the program. Choose this rate if your family needs a partial subsidy.
• Tier 1 is a substantial subsidy for families who need assistance to participate in the program. Choose this rate if your family needs it.
If Tier 1 still presents a barrier to participation, Financial Assistance is available through an application process that can be accessed in the registration process. Financial Assistance may be awarded for up to 70% off the Tier 1 price and is awarded on a sliding scale based on household income and size.
$1,835 / $2,200 / $2,610
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