Everything you need to know to be ready when you arrive with us.
Arrival and departure, extended camp care program, thematic activities, allergy and medication management, behavioral monitoring… We are true experts when it comes to organizing day camps!
Weekly specialized day camps with extended camp care included
Summer 2024 schedule
From June 24 through August 16 (8 weeks)
- 7-9 am – Extended camp care
- 9 am to 4 pm – Camp
- 4-6 pm – Extended camp care
Camps are open on June 24 and July 1. Activities may be modified, depending on the number of participants.
We offer a wide variety of specialized camps so that each child can have a personalized experience and a memorable summer!
Unless otherwise specified, it is possible to register a child for the same option more than once during the summer, since the activities vary from week to week. All the details are in the description of each camp.
Extended camp care program
The extended camp care program is included in the price of our camps and all children are automatically registered.
The children take part in workshops led by the counsellors (sports games, craft projects, dexterity and board games, special challenges, etc.). A reading and quiet games corner also allow those who wish to do so to relax.
The departure time must be respected, otherwise a fee of $6 per child per 15 minutes will be applied and will need to be paid instantly.
A week at camp...
Even though specialized activities take up a good part of our days, we make it a point to keep the kids moving, to keep them refreshed and to take breaks outside. Not to mention the many special activities and the festive Fridays!
Code of conduct
The 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.
We stick to our promises!
Each week, you may find your kid’s group activity schedule on the activity board.
We play outside!
Every group have a minimum of 1 activity period each day outside, when temperature is ok.
We play in water!
Biweekly swimming at the municipal pool in Robert-Sauvé Park.
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 (PFD). All young children (4-6 years old) must provide and wear a flotation device.
Themes and games
Each week, our day camps are immersed in a funny thematic universe which inspires all the activities done in each specialty, but also all the special group activities. Occasionally, the day camps team and all participants are invited to wear costumes. All the information concerning the thematic activities is available in the newsletter sent on Thursday before each day camp registration week.
Rolling out the red carpet
The end of the week is an opportunity for the children to share their accomplishments. They can proudly perform on stage in front of their relatives and friends or have them take a look at the projects they have been working on. Photos and videos of the event will be available in the Fan club Zone. All the information concerning the presentations is available in the newsletter sent on Thursday before each day camp registration week.
Hooray for free BBQ lunches!
Every Friday, hot-dogs, chips, juice and frozen treat are offered to all campers, free of charge. Please still provide 2 snacks.
Lunch and snacks
Children bring cold lunches from Monday to Thursday, and 2 snacks every day. 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).
Warm meals ($)
A warm meal service (main course, side dishes, dessert and beverage) is also offered, at an additional cost.
The food service guarantees the absence of traces of nuts or peanuts in the meals.
Nuts and peanuts allergies
Nuts 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.
About your child
We do everything necessary to ensure the safety of your children. That is our top priority.
Upon 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 policy
Except 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).
Behavioral follow-up note
So 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.