A Typical Day's
Program at Robin Hood
| 9:45 - 10:30 am
||Athletics (baseball, basketball, volleyball,
soccer, kickball, punchball, circle games)
|10:30 - 11:10 am
||Swim (American Red Cross instruction)
|11:10 - 12:00 pm
Activity (Arts and Crafts, Science, Nature,
Computers, Music, Dance, Dramatics)
|12:00 - 1:00 pm
||Lunch and rest period
|1:13 - 2:15 pm
||Team Activities (single teams assigned to tennis, "Pee-Wee"
tennis, go carts, archery, street hockey, horseback riding, pony riding, miniature golf, gymnastics)
|2:15 - 2:30 pm
||Afternoon ice cream snack
|2:30 - 3:10 pm
||Recreational swim (individualized instruction where needed)
|3:10 - 4:10 pm
||Athletics (baseball, basketball, volleyball, soccer, punchball,
In planning a program for our boys and girls in grades six and above, we are guided
by the following principles:
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Boys and girls of this
age and maturity should have a say in how they want to spend their time in a summer program.
spent should not only be enjoyable but productive. Accordingly, our boys and girls can select from the following:
Riding at a nearby riding academy just 5 minutes away.
Intensive Computer Instruction
Sports Clinics in baseball, soccer and basketball.
Tennis at the Roslyn Racquet Club, just 10 minutes from Robin Hood, with professional instruction.
Every child selecting tennis will have it for two weeks on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (a.m. or p.m.).
Sailing at Sigsbee Marina in Port Washington, about ten minutes from Robin Hood. Every child selecting
this program will receive nine (9) hours of professional sailing instruction.
Golf instruction under the supervision of Pat Morris, the golf pro at the Oyster Bay Golf Course
in Woodbury, L.I., on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Racquetball at the East Coast Athletic Club in nearby Port Washington.
A New York Mets baseball game.