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As a health standard, courtesy to other campers and staff, and for the well-being of your child, sick campers (runny nose, fever, etc.) are not allowed to attend Camp.
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Counselors will mainly communicate with you when you drop your child off in the morning and pick them up in the afternoon. If there is a situation where you need to be reached immediately, you will be contacted by the Camp Director or staff at the Recreation Center.
We will contact you if a child comes without a lunch. If it is not possible for you to bring a lunch to the child, there will be food provided.
Lost and Found is kept through the last day of Camp. Please speak with a counselor if your camper lost an item and you need to look through the bin.
All persons over the age of 18 who are eligible to pick up your child must be listed on their Emergency Form. If the individual is not listed on the form, you may ask the Coordinator to update your form prior to that day or submit a letter stating the day, time and full name of the person picking up your child from camp (ID will be required at time of pick-up).
If you know in advance that your child will be late or not attending, please inform us in person the day before (fill out a special instruction slip). If you are not aware of your child being late or absent until that day, please call the camp at 734-971-6355, ext. 0. This is very important because we may be holding up activities based on the assumption that your child will be at camp.
Please let Camp staff know when you drop your child off in the morning. This way we can have your child ready and waiting for you.
We do not show movies at our camp. We are privileged to have other activities for the kids to enjoy such as basketball, reading, games, crafts, etc.