|There are 10 sections of this class|
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Resident, Non-Resident: 04/01/2019 @ 8:00A - 06/02/2019 @ 11:59P
|Ages:||5 years to under 9 years|
|Open to These Grades:||N/A|
Max Count: (12), Enrolled: (12), Waitlisted: (0)
LRP-Leisure/Camp/Late Fees Fees: $30.00 (Required)
Applicable discounts not applied and Taxes included in price.
Dinosaurs are the main theme of this camp. Campers will discover dinosaurs through activities like story time, games, crafts, and fossil digs.
All release forms must be returned by the first day of camp or participation will not be allowed. These include the waiver on the receipt, the Family Medical Form, and Behavior Management Form.
A waitlist will be used once class registration is full. Please call (910)433-1018 to be added to the waiting list.
LAKE RIM PARK TINY TRAILBLAZERS CAMPER INFORMATION
Arrival and Departure
Drop off campers between 8:45 and 9:00 AM at the Lake Rim Park office. Campers are to be picked up at 12:00 PM promptly, after 12:05 PM there will be a late fee of $5.00 per 5 minutes. Please sign your child in and out on the appropriate sheet and make sure staff is aware of their arrival or departure.
Children will only be allowed to leave with people who are listed on their emergency contact form. Staff will always ask to see the ID of people they do not recognize.
No one under the age of 16 is allowed to pick up campers. Teenagers between the ages of 16 and 18 years of age will only be allowed to pick up siblings with written permission from camper's parent/guardian and a picture ID.
Campers will spend most of their day outside. To be prepared campers should:
- Bring a water bottle
- Wear sunscreen, put on at beginning of day
- Wear a hat and sunglasses
- Wear insect repellant if needed, put on at beginning of day
- Wear closed toed-shoes
- Dress for the outdoors and the weather
- Bring a snack, no sharing please due to food allergies
Toys and Personal Items
Campers should not bring toys, electronics or other personal items from home unless staff is providing a special activity. Cell phone use will not be allowed during summer camp.
FCPR staff DOES NOT administer or dispense any type of medications to campers. However, campers with severe allergies or asthma should bring their medication and staff should be notified.
If your child shows any of the following symptoms please do not send them to camp until they have been symptom free for a minimum of 24 hours:
o Temperature of 101.1 or greater
o Skin rash of a contagious nature
o Discharge from the eyes or ears
Parents, please go over these rules with your children.
1. Campers are to walk, not run when inside, around traffic, or being led by camp staff.
2. Campers will not climb toys, furniture, or other structures not designated for climbing.
3. Campers are not allowed to throw objects.
4. Pushing and shoving are not allowed. Campers should keep their hands to themselves.
5. Campers are to respect all staff and instructors when they are speaking and should pay attention.
6. Campers should follow all safety instructions.
If FCPR suspects any form of child abuse or neglect, North Carolina law requires us to report the suspected abuse to the Department of Social Services. FCPR has partnered with Darkness to Light, a child abuse prevention training, requiring all Summer Camp staff to attend.
*This camp is partially funded by the Cumberland Community Foundation, Inc. Summertime Kids Grant.
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