Sports and Recreation Programs
Traditionally open to all towns
Due to State COVID guidelines, please refer to each program provider's parameters for registration and restrictions

For the safety and well-being of all of our children, parents, community volunteers and educators, CORSE Programs will follow the policy guidelines for programming decisions of Scituate Public Schools and Scituate Recreation who are our main partners in program collaboration. 

For all CORSE-sponsored recreation programs

 

This season, for the safety or your child and due to COVID-19 minimum requirements for health guidelines for our recreational programs and staffing configurations, we will need to set special parameters for participants: the child participant must be independently ambulatory and mobile, have basic daily living skills for feeding, toileting and changing of clothes, and have the abilities to understand and follow directions, be able to request assistance and have basic verbal skills to communicate with staff and peers.   Masks will be required at all camps so all children will be expected to wear them for the duration of the session.  We will return to our original parameters below once COVID restrictions are lifted. 

 

 

Financial assistance is available for all programs, please contact corsefoundation@comcast.net for more information and guidelines.

Programs fill quickly so please follow the detailed registration processes for each program below. 

 

We welcome out-of-town registrations based on providers’ guidelines. All recreation programs follow the policies and procedures of that provider. You must register with that program provider to participate.

 

Want to volunteer?  Please email the CORSE Foundation at corsefoundation@comcast.net

Summer Recreation Programs
 

Program Provider:  Scituate Recreation

 

All Stars provides recreation programs for ALL children, those with and without special needs who would prefer a less competitive atmosphere.  Our programs are highly motivating within a structured setting to build skills in a particular physical and social activity while having fun!  This more relaxed setting, along with a low student to staff ratio (3 to 1), offers the perfect opportunity for children with moderate special needs to participate in community programs alongside their friends and peers.  For all CORSE-sponsored programs through Scituate Recreation: Each program has a 3:1 (student to staff) ratio, unless otherwise designated. This 3:1 student to staff ratio allows for most children with and without special needs to successfully access our classes independently, if the student can understand directions, be able to request assistance and have basic verbal skills to communicate with peers. If your child needs access to medications, please be aware that there is no nurse on-site. Parents are responsible for assuring the appropriate information is provided to the instructors. Instructors cannot dispense medication or perform testing. All staff, excluding volunteers, are certified in CPR. If there is an emergency, 911 will be called. If a parent/guardian believes that a program is not accessible to their child without reasonable accommodations and wants more information, please contact the Scituate Recreation Department. If you register your child within 10 days of the program start date, your child's start date may be delayed one week to ensure proper staffing and appropriate reasonable accommodations.

 

No refunds issued 2 weeks prior to start of all programs due to staffing requirements

 

All-Stars Ultimate Summer Adventures

Open to Grades 1-8: participants will be grouped into two SEPARATE programs according to appropriate age levels, one for younger participants and the second for older participants.  Participants in this one week program will enjoy a variety of activities that are geared towards facilitating fun-filled, age appropriate social interactions in a structured setting.  This program will be a combination of summer field trip excursions and on-site group activities including sports, gym activities, arts & crafts, etc.  Participants should bring a snack, lunch, extra drinks and sun lotion.  Fee includes t-shirt and all activities. 

August 9-13 Monday-Friday, 8:30am-1:30pm  Fee: $260

 

Program registration is currently full.  Please click here to register for wait list.

Click here for a social story about this program.​

Click here for a social story about being a good sport.

 

 

All-Stars Maritime Adventures through AccesSport America (Ages 6-22):

Location: Maritime Center, Edward Foster Road

During this water sports camp, athletes will build skills in adaptive windsurfing, Hawaiian outrigger canoeing, and stand-up paddling. Sailing will be included the week of July 20th.  This camp will provide specialized instructors and equipment from AccesSport America.  Participating students can be non-ambulatory, non-verbal and do not need to know how to swim. If the weather is simply intolerable, we will run a conditioning and soccer clinic during that session time. DUE TO THE POPULARITY OF THIS CAMP, a certain amount of slots are reserved for children receiving special education services (on an IEP, 504 or DCAP plan) until June 1.  After June 1st, it is a first come, first serve basis for registration.  You may sign up for one or both weeks. 

Week 1:  July 19-22 Monday-Thursday Fee: $125

Week 2:  July 26-29 Monday-Thursday Fee: $125

9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.          

11:15 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.               

1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.                

3:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.                

 

Program registration is currently full.  Please click here to register for wait list.

Click here for a social story about this program.

Click here for a social story about being a good sport.

 

 

Program Provider:  Briggs Stable

Therapeutic Horseback Riding  Ages 6-22  OPEN TO ALL TOWNS

Briggs Stable
623 Hanover Street, Rte 139 Hanover, MA 02339

 

In collaboration with Briggs Stable, we are planning to offer a restricted Therapeutic Riding Program this year with COVID guidelines restrictions.   This particular summer, for the safety or your child and due to COVID-19 minimum requirements for health guidelines for our recreational programs and staffing configurations, we will need to set special parameters for participants below.  We will return to our original parameters once COVID restrictions are lifted.  

 

Therapeutic Riding has many benefits for children with special needs including physical, sensory, emotional, cognitive and social. This program will introduce the child to all aspects of the riding experience including: becoming familiar with the farm setting, the animals, the equipment and the aspects of riding. 

 

All riders  are required to wear long pants and closed toed shoes. Students must have their own helmets and wear gloves.  Students need to be able to independently sit (with balance) in the saddle and be independent with their ability to control their horse.  Students will mount and dismount with minimum support from Heidi.  Only one family member may accompany the student. Social distancing is encouraged. 

 

Registration for all class times is currently full.  Please email programregistration@corsefoundation.org to be placed on the waiting list

Click here for a social story about this program.​

Click here for a social story about being a good sport.

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