How many teachers are in a classroom?
- We follow Safe Sanctuary policies of The United Methodist Church. These policies include two adults present in each teaching room and with the children on the playground.
- Our rooms are equipped with windows to the hallway and windows in the doorways as required by these policies.
- All of our staff have been screened and have clear background checks before they are employed for the summer.
What about lunches?
- Children need to have a packed lunch and drink. A healthy morning and afternoon snack are provided by the Day Camp every day.
What to bring?
- Packed lunch and drink if staying through the day, labeled
- Swimming: bathing suit, towel, sunscreen, water shoes, goggles
- Change of clothes to leave at Camp
- Sleeping bag/blanket and pillow for Chill Time in Tent City
- All necessary medication
- Any form/permission slips necessary
- Snack (only if child has specific dietary needs, snacks are provided)
- A smile!
What about medical needs?
- The staff is CPR/First Aid certified.
- Medications are administered by the Director for the summer program.
- Skins and scrapes are cleaned, medicated and bandaged by the Director. Clear records are kept and you will be informed of any instance involving your child.
- Emergency treatment would require a 911 call first, then a call to the telephone number provided at each check-in.
What if I cannot get there by 5:30pm?
- Our program closes at 5:30pm. There are late fees associated when children are picked up past 5:30pm.
What is worship on the schedule?
- The children come together, sing songs appropriate to their learning, listen to a Scripture reading/story relevant to what they are focusing on that day.
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