Reserve your Caregiver for Dartmouth Reunion now!

Sitter Scout specializes in the placement of qualified childcare providers with families looking for the highest quality care for their little ones. Sitter Scout is excited to be providing childcare services for all 2024 Dartmouth Reunions. Childcare is available June 13th, 14th and 15th. Caregivers will come to your hotel, residence hall room, or home to watch your children. Care must be booked in blocks of at least 5 hours and payment is made directly to your caregiver. 

To request childcare, please submit an online registration form by June 1st, 2024. If you are a new or returning customer with Sitter Scout, please select “Dartmouth Alumni Registration” when prompted to select the services you are interested in.

After submitting your registration, log into your account and use the online booking feature to submit your request. Please note that when you request care through this form you will need to use the coupon code DARTMOUTH2024 to avoid paying an agency fee. Payment is solely to the caregiver and should be paid directly to the sitter in cash or through a third-party payment app (agreed upon by you and the caregiver) at the end of each day.

Sitter Fees:

1 child: $25 per hr

2 children: $26 per hr

3 children: $27 per hr

4 children: $28 per hr

5 children: $29 per hr

Shared Care- 2 Families/5 Children Max: $35 per hr

If you have any questions regarding the registration process, please contact us at Thank you!


Toddler Program

There are scheduled play times for toddlers (2-5 years old) on Friday and Saturday, and a Saturday dinner party. Toddlers must be accompanied by their parent or caregiver who must remain on site at all times. The Toddler Program is run by Dartmouth students.

Toddler Offerings

Location: The Cube (Building behind Hitchcock Hall adjacent to Mass Lot)

  • Friday, June 14: 9–11:30 a.m. and 3–5 p.m.: playtime
  • Saturday, June 15: 9–11:30 a.m. and 4:30–6 p.m.: playtime and dinner

Kids Program

Reunion Kids programming is offered for teens (13-17 years old) and juniors (6-12 years old). The program will be operated by the Hulbert Outdoor Center, part of the Aloha Foundations camps. Ross Cannon, Program Director at Hulbert, and members of his staff will direct and supervise all activities. Dartmouth students will assist with the implementation of programs.

“The Hulbert Outdoor Center is one of six programs operated by the Aloha Foundation. We are excited to partner with Dartmouth College to provide programming for your children as you attend this reunion weekend. Hulbert routinely works with children grades K-12 from local schools right here in the Upper Valley, to others across New England. Our focus is to provide fun and engaging programming that allows children to play, learn, and grow in whatever activities they choose. We aim to provide a balance of choice and structure that allows children to explore their own desires and support and participate with the larger group. We are thrilled to have this partnership with Dartmouth College and look forward to having fun with all the program participants.”

Children registered to attend Reunion will automatically be enrolled for the Reunion Kids program for their applicable age group. Included in the registration fee are Friday lunch and dinner, and Saturday lunch and dinner.

Junior Programming (ages 6-12)

Programming specifics subject to change
Location: Tent at Memorial Field

Friday, June 14

  • 9 a.m.–1 p.m.: Various field games, arts and crafts and lunch
  • 1–5:30 p.m.: Tent and field activities, optional trips to the Montshire Science Museum and College indoor swimming pool
  • 5:30–10 p.m.: arts & crafts, board games, field games, dinner and movie in the Florin Field House
  • 10 p.m.: Tent closes

Saturday, June 15

  • 9 a.m.–12 p.m.: Various field games, arts & crafts, optional trips to the Montshire Science Museum and College indoor swimming pool
  • 12–4 p.m.: Tent closes. Children join parents for lunch and the On the Green Family Celebration
  • 4–10 p.m.: Games, activities, dinner, and movie
  • 10 p.m.: Tent closes

Teen Programming (ages 13-17)

Programming specifics subject to change
Location: The Onion, building adjacent to Memorial Field tennis courts

Friday, June 14

  • 9 a.m.–1 p.m.: Field and house games. Visit by Wildlife Encounters Ecology & Wellness Center. Lunch.
  • 1–10:30 p.m.: Optional - Attend college-sponsored Navigating Admissions workshop with parent from 1–4:30 p.m., field games, optional trips to the Montshire Museum of Science and College indoor swimming pool, and movie at the Onion
  • 10 p.m.: The Onion closes.

Saturday, June 15

  • 9 a.m.: Optional use of college canoes on the Connecticut, Baker Library Tower Tour, Montshire Science Museum, College indoor swimming pool
  • 12–4 p.m.: The Onion closes. Children join parents for lunch and the On the Green Family Celebration
  • 4–10 p.m.: Onion reopens. Field and house games, dinner, movie at the Onion. Parents may opt to check their teen out at 9 p.m. to join them for the evening On the Green celebration
  • 10 p.m.: The Onion closes