ACTIVITIES PROGRAMWeekly day camps, with included extended camp care, from June 23 through August 14 (8 weeks). Unless otherwise specified in the [different camps] descriptions, it is possible to register your child more than once in the same choice, since activities vary each week.
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CAMP HOURS9 am to 4 pm (except Friday 4:30 pm.)
HOLIDAYSCamps are open on June 24 and July 1. Activities may be modified, depending on the number of participants.
EXTENDED CAMP CARENo extra fees. All children are automatically registered.
Departure time must be respected, if not, a $6 fee will be added for each kid for each period of 15 minutes.
ENTRANCESport complex D (behind the Cegep, near arena).
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTUREAt gymnasium.
FREE TEMPORARY PARKINGIn the morning, at the end of the day, and during presentations on Fridays, parking is free for all day camp clients. To benefit from this advantage, please come get your ticket for TEMPORARY PARKING at the reception desk on the first day of camp.
DEPARTURE AUTHORIZATIONOnly persons whose names are in the registration file will be able to leave with a child. Upon departure, photo ID and signature will be required for the responsible person leaving with the child. If the child must leave alone or with someone who is not registered in his or her file, a written authorization must be given to the reception beforehand (the [form is available here] and at the reception desk).
CODE OF CONDUCTThe code of conduct lists the rules the participants must observe, and explains the applicable penalties, which can go as far as dismissal in cases of noncompliance. Please make sure to read it and discuss it with your child prior to arrival. The code of conduct is [available here] and at the reception desk.
INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR CHILDUpon registration, it is essential to declare any special aspect regarding your child’s behavior and/or health. Please provide our team with any relevant piece of information or tip that could help us provide him or her with the best possible supervision. Your collaboration is key!
MEDICATION MANAGEMENT POLICYExcept for epinephrine auto-injectors (EpiPen®) that the child must always have at hand (in a backpack, waist pack or in the counselor’s bag), all medicine must be left at the reception desk. A counselor or a member of the management team will supervise the medicine intake at the proper moment during the day. Upon registration, please make sure to add in your child’s file all the information (name of the medicine and dosage).
ACTIVITIES DETAILSEach week, you may find your kid’s group activity schedule on the activity board.
OUTSIDE ACTIVITIESEvery group have a minimum of 1 activity period each day outside, when temperature is ok.
newsletter] sent on Thursday before each day camp registration week.
On his or her first swimming session of the summer, your child must do a swimming test*. This test will be supervised by our lifeguards, and helps determine if your child needs a personal flotation device (provided by the organization). All young children (4-6 years old) must wear a flotation device.
*We reserve the right to do the test again during the summer, if necessary.
newsletter] and at reception desk.
*Week #1 – June 23 to 26: exceptionally, for this 4-day week, there will be no presentations on Friday.
available here] and is displayed on site*. Children do not have access to a microwave. It is also strictly forbidden to send to your child a meal ordered from a restaurant. If a child does not have a lunch and we cannot reach his or her parents, we will provide a hot meal (payable the same day).
*All meals served do not contain nuts or peanuts, but we cannot guarantee that there are no traces of them.
NUTS AND PEANUTS ALLERGIESNuts and peanuts are strictly prohibited on site. We kindly ask you to avoid products with the tag "may contain traces of peanuts." The management reserves the right to confiscate any product that seems inappropriate, and to replace it, at the parents’ expense.
NEWS FROM MY WEEK AT DAY CAMPSSo that every child can have a positive experience, we will issue a [behavioral follow-up note] every Tuesday, at the end of the day, which will keep you informed about your child’s attitude and involvement during the week (following instructions, respect for others, participation in activities, etc.) It is issued early, since it is a key way to inform the parents of any situation demanding some adjustments. Please take a few minutes to discuss it further with your child and never hesitate to talk to his or her counselor if needed.
DAY CAMPS NEWSLETTER
|You will receive via email, every Thursday, the day camps newsletter. It will give you precious information regarding your next camp week!
You must provide a valid email adress at registration. The newsletter is only available in French.
Nuts, peanuts, portable video games and other digital devices (iPod, phone, etc.)
Dedicated bins are available in the gym. At the end of the summer, any object that has not been claimed will be donated to charity organizations. Sportmax is not responsible for any stolen, lost or broken item.