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Email Communications

Each Thursday prior to the week that your child is registered for, you will receive a welcome email! This email will include the name of the counselor responsible for your child’s group, a reminder of the password that you will use for sign-out, and the Supercamp information kit.

The Supercamp information kit includes all the necessary guidelines and procedures that you will need to ensure an excellent experience at the camp! These include scheduling, the procedure for our extended supervision hours service, what your child needs to bring to camp, procedures for allergies and other medical conditions, etc. The information kit is also available for download on the HOME page of our website.

General information about the camp and our promotions will also be posted on our Facebook page. Like, follow, and subscribe for the latest information and updates at all times!

 


Sign-In and Sign-Out

With security and efficiency in mind, the following is the procedure for your child’s arrival and departure from camp.

Sign-In

From 8 to 9 am, campers are invited to join their group! At your arrival, please go to the nearest triage station. There are 2 triage stations: one in front of the Sports Complex (G building) and the other in front of the auditorium entrance (A building).

Our team will take the temperature of every camper and ensure that all follow the mandated preventive measures. We ask that every adult and camper 16 and over wear a mask or face-covering at all times on campus, and respect social distancing.

Once triage has been successfully completed, campers will be directed towards their group. If you do not know where your group rallies, our staff members will be able to help you out!

The counsellor will then welcome you and take attendances.

Sign-Out

Make sure to download Amilia’s mobile app available on the App Store and Google Play!

Sign-out is between 4 and 5 pm.

Did you know that a bar-code is assigned to every Amilia account? This bar code can be found on the Amilia App or can be printed. To pick up your child all you need is to provide the counsellor with your bar-code to scan.

If you intend on having anyone else pick up your child, it is your responsibility to provide them with your bar-code. In the event that a person does not have the right bar-code, they will be directed to the reception where a member of our team will verify their identity. Under no circumstances will a child be allowed to leave unless one of those two criteria is met.

Please note that you must sign-out your child before 5:00 pm. A late fee of $15 will be charged to the account owner for every 10 minutes of lateness starting as of 5:01 pm for every child.

 


Lateness & Early Pick-Ups

If you arrive late (after 9am), please know that the camper will not be admitted until the second triage period (noon to 1 pm). Upon late arrival, contact us as soon as possible. A staff member will proceed to triage in front of the G building before admitting your child.

If you need to pick up your child before 4:00 pm, please let us know the day prior so that we can notify your child’s counselor in advance. The counselor will have your child ready by the requested pick-up time. We do not allow early pick-ups without at least 1 day prior notice, as our coordinators are busy running the camp and it is often too time-consuming for them to search for groups.

Monday – Friday:

We do not allow early pickups between 3:30 – 4:00 pm.

Fridays:

We do not allow early pickups after 12:30 pm on Fridays.

Schedule Sign-In and Sign-Out
Morning Sign-in 8 am to 8:45 am
Afternoon Sign-out 4 pm to 5 pm

 


Lunch and Snacks

Campers must bring lunches that do not need to be refrigerated nor microwaved. Please use an ice pack if your child’s food needs to remain cool. You can also provide a hot lunch in a thermos, but avoid glass containers. Remember to include two snacks and a water bottle.

Also, please note that for the safety of our campers with severe allergies, Supercamp is nut and peanut-free camp. Hence, we ask that campers do not bring lunches or snacks that contain nuts, peanuts, or sesame.