Camp Shalom - K'tan - Preschool


Looking for an exciting summer camp experience for your preschool-aged child? Preschool Camp Shalom features weekly themes and fun-filled learning activities to include: new songs, arts and crafts, water activities, cooking, games, experimenting with science, and more. Sessions are available in two, three, or five day options. Half-days and extended care options are available to fit your busy schedule.

Children who are enrolled in the Malachim Room, or are signed up for Extended Care, are automatically enrolled in Preschool Camp Shalom. If your child is enrolled during regular Preschool hours only, you will have the option to sign your child up for Preschool Camp Shalom

If your Child is not already enrolled with our center, you will need to fill out the early childhood forms.
The current camp brochure is available for download here.

What to bring

Daily: Sunscreen (no aerosols please), bathing suit, towel, Scene 75 Swim Bag.
MITZVAH / MISHPACHA: Wear your Shumsky camp t-shirt for every field trip!
NEROT / BRACHOT / SABRA: Wear your Shumsky camp t-shirt every Friday!

Camp Shalom - Gadol - 1st grade through 7th grade


At Camp Shalom, we pride ourselves on tradition, values, friendship and fun. We continue to have the same solid foundation that has existed in the Dayton community since the early 1930s. Our goal is to provide children with meaningful experiences rich in Judaic spirit. We welcome all members of the general community to attend. 

Campers will work together to build their Camp Shalom family through leadership, community service, social networking, and being active in the community. Activities include: swimming, arts and crafts, cooking, drama, sports, games, nature, community service and field trips all in a safe and nurturing environment. For more information on the specific weeks or questions, contact Meryl Hattenbach, 937-401-1550 or

Complete the basic camp registration form online!

The current camp brochure is available for download here.

What to bring

Daily: closed-toe sneakers, hat, swimsuit, Scene 75 water bottle, sunscreen, and a packed lunch (except on Fridays, when we will serve lunch at camp)
Field trips: Shumsky camp t-shirt

Camp Shalom Counselor-in-Training (CIT)

Our Counselor–in-Training (CIT) program is an introduction into developing the skills needed to become a Camp Shalom Jr. Counselor for teens in grades 8 through 10. During the day, CITs will be given leadership training in the form of workshops, discussions and hands-on experience (see attached training schedule). Additional opportunities are provided for CITs to develop special skills in arts & crafts, athletics, singing, and cultural activities. For more information, contact Meryl Hattenbach, 937-401-1550 or

Winter Camp Shalom

Join your camp friends for more camp fun, winter-style! Running every December. Contact Meryl Hattenbach at 401-1550 or for more information.