Town offers day camp for pending school strikes
The Town of Georgina has parents covered. In anticipation of the pending strikes by Ontario public elementary teachers on Jan. 20 and 21, the Town will be offering Variety Camps at the ROC. The camps are for children aged 4 to 12 years and will be available on Monday, Jan. 20 and Tuesday, Jan. 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at a cost of $40 per day. Before and after care (7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.) is available at an additional cost.
Activities include but are not limited to outdoor and indoor play, tobogganing, crafts, games and so much more. Register now to reserve your space.
Register online at georgina.ca/camps or by phone at 905-722-1429.
Camp Monday, Jan. 20 code: 19064
Camp Tuesday, Jan. 21 code: 19065
Please note that camp operation is dependent on school board strike. All fees will be refunded if the strike does not occur.
Town of Georgina camps
Looking for a fun, energetic, social, learning experience in a positive atmosphere? We offer a wide variety of Summer Camps, Holiday Camps, PA Day and March Break Camps for all ages and abilities. Register online today!
PA Day Camps
Join us at our camps for a variety of activities ranging from outdoor activities and crafts to sports and cooking.
All camp staff are certified with Standard First Aid and CPR C, High Five - Principles of Healthy Child Development, a positive Vulnerable Sector Screening, and have attended training sessions. Our staff are energetic and are ready to provide a fun amazing positive experience for all campers and parents. Interested in joining our team? Check out our Current Opportunities.
Things To Know
Before & After Care - 1 hour before and after care will be provided for most camps for an additional fee.
Nut Aware Policy - The Town of Georgina Recreation & Culture Department has adopted a "Nut Aware" policy for all camps and programs. Therefore participants are asked not to bring food products that may contain nuts or traces of nuts (peanuts included) to a Town program or camp. Should items that contain nuts be found, the product will be removed from the camp area and returned to the Parent/Guardian at the end of the day.
Sign In and Sign Out - Campers must be signed in and out of camp each day (Photo ID required). Parents are requested to notify the camp supervisor (in writing) of people who could possibly be picking up campers from camp and they too must present Photo ID.
Late Pick Ups - All campers must be picked up on time or a late fee will apply. Extended care is available if needed.
Inclusion Needs and Medical Concerns - We are dedicated to providing an integrated camp experience for any camper with special needs. Please ensure that all medical concerns and/or special needs of campers are completely documented at the time of registration and discussed with the Child/Youth Recreation Programmer at 905-476-4301 ext. 2238. A camp staff member will contact you prior to camp starting to confirm arrangements to be made with staff. Should your child require one-on-one support, we will do our best to arrange for assistance with a Camp Inclusion Counsellor. Visit our Accessibility Inclusion page for more information on Inclusion Support and Becoming a Program Buddy.
What to Pack:
- Water bottle (labelled and refillable)
- Closed toed shoes (running shoes)
- Sandals for the Splash Pad
- Swimsuit & change of clothes
- Bug Spray
- Nut free snacks and lunch
In preparation for a positive camp experience, please review the specific newsletter which your child is registered for.
Camp Participant Information Forms & Waivers
The first day of Summer Camp can be very hectic, please come prepared with a signed copy or your child’s registration form which includes their Emergency Contact Information, Authorized pick ups and anything else we need to know to help make the morning run smooth.
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