JEA Camp Savannah Philosophy


We strive to provide campers with a nurturing experience that will help promote social, emotional and intellectual development. Our diverse specialty programs teach universal values that will encourage campers to explore aspects of Jewish traditions while remaining culturally sensitive to others. We give campers the opportunity to establish their role in the community through a variety of service learning projects. Lastly, we provide a positive atmosphere that is fundamentally focused on creating lasting and positive relationships with others.

 

JEA Camp Savannah is over for this year. Check back with us next Spring for information on Camp 2019!

Camp Overview

Camp Weeks

Parent Information

Camp Registration

Early Childhood Summer Program

Specialty Camps

Camp Counselor Application

Your 2018 JEA Camp Savannah Staff

DJ HORTON - CHILDREN & CAMP DIRECTOR
DJ is returning for his eighth summer as Camp Director. DJ oversees all the JEA Children’s Programming during the school year including After School care, Saturday Night Out and Days at the JEA. DJ has over 20 years of summer camp experience both as a Camper, Counselor and Director. He provides the camp with an incredible sense of spirit, warmth and fun that is recognizable throughout the JEA. DJ holds his BS in Early Childhood Education from ASU.

Kristina Martell - Camp Team Leader
This is Kristina’s seventh year as the Assistant Camp Director. She helps facilitate activities, takes care of drop-off and pick-up and cares for the camper with the skinned knee or upset stomach, just to name a few. During the school year Kristina is a 3rd grade school teacher. It’s her nurturing demeanor and passion for children that creates an atmosphere that’s pleasing to campers, parents and staff. Kristina holds her BS in Early Childhood Education from Berry College.

Lynette Mikell - Camp Team Leader

While this is Lynette’s seventh summer with Camp Savannah, this is her first summer as Team Leader. She helps DJ with programming during the year for the After School, Days at the J and Saturday Night Out  Programs. As a childcare specialist with over ten years of experience, she looks after the physical and emotional well-being of all campers. Lynette is currently pursuing a BA in Psychology at South University.