Dovercourt Boys and Girls Club's Summer Camp offers an exciting all-in-one day camp program. This action-packed program is ideal for kids and youth ages 4 to 17 who want to be active and try new and different activities. Campers will get to participate in many daily activities including sports, music, drama, arts, dance, and outdoor play.
Camp programming includes regular and specialty camps with outdoor activities, active and group games and more! Online Math, English and Art camps are available as well. Summer Camp will begin on July 6. If you are interested, we encourage you to sign up for our emails on our home page to stay up to date about summer camp and other such events.
Day camp: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Camp Groups: Each Group will have 8 members and 2 staff members.
Group 1: 4 years old
Group 2: 5 years old
Group 3: 6 years old
Group 4: 7 & 8 years old
Group 5: 9 &10 years old
Group 6: 11 & 12 years old
Group 7: 13 years old and up
$160.00 - Ages 4-6
$150.00 Ages 7 and up
Registration Date: Tuesday June 30, 2020
Registration Process: Phone/Email. Registrants must register via phone call (between 9:00AM-2:00PM) or they may send their completed forms to email@example.com and the Club will follow up with a call to make a payment. Registrants must complete and submit the Parent/Guardian Handbook COVID-19 Declaration Form.
Dovercourt Boys and Girls Club would like to ensure our commitment to providing a safe and supportive place where our members can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.
As we enter the next phase from the COVID-19 pandemic, Dovercourt Boys and Girls Club will offer Summer Camp under specific policies and procedures to increase the health and safety of children, staff and families. Please note, these guidelines are subject to change as per the direction of the Ministry of Education Child Care, Ministry of Health and Early Years Licensing Branch, and local Public Health Units. Please continue to check this page regarding safety information.
Daily Screening Procedures.
Drop-Off and Pick Up Procedures: No parents/guardians will be allowed entry during Drop-Off or Pick Up.
Personal Belongings: should be minimized
Lunch: members will need to bring their own lunch and snack.
Admission/Exclusion Due to Symptoms of Illness: Members must not attend the program if they are sick, even if symptoms resemble a mild cold. Symptoms to look for include but are not limited to: fever, cough, and shortness of breath, sore throat, runny nose, nasal congestion, headache, and a general feeling of being unwell.
All members will be screened upon arrival as well as monitored throughout the day. If you have any doubts about your child’s health, please contact the Club at (416)-536-4102 or firstname.lastname@example.org to be sure they may attend.
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