Information by email
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 counsellor 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, 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 here.
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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.
When you arrive at camp with your child, counsellors will be waiting for you in the gymnasium under a banner where their name will appear. You must accompany your child to the gymnasium and leave them in the care of their assigned counsellor. If you do not remember the name of the counsellor, go to reception where a team will be in place to direct you and answer all your questions.
When you complete the online registration process, you will be asked to choose a password. Please know that you will need this password to pick up your child at the end of each the day. In the gymnasium, your children will be waiting with their counsellors under their banner. To leave with your child, you must (verbally) tell the password to the counsellor. If you intend on having anyone else pick up your child, it is your responsibility to inform them of the unique pick-up password for your child. In the event that a person forgets the password, 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.