Camps & Summer

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Camps & Summer
Summer Camps 2019

Summer Camps FAQs

Contact Information and Business Hours

List of 2 frequently asked questions.

Fees, Refunds and Tax Receipts

List of 4 frequently asked questions.

  • What is your transfer policy?

    Up to June 7, 2019, all transfers will be subject to a $50.00 administrative fee per child/week and session availability in the requested camp. All transfer requests must be made in writing (ie. fax, email or letter) to the Crescent Camps office.
  • Do you pro-rate weeks?

    We pro-rate weeks that fall on a holiday four-day week (Canada Day, Civic Holiday). All other weeks are based on a five-day week and we do not pro-rate camps. Pro-rated refunds or credits are not available for days absent or for inclement weather.
  • Do you provide tax receipts?

    Please print your invoice (email confirmation) provided at the time of registration. This is your official tax receipt.

  • What is your refund policy?

    Refunds, less a $100.00 administrative fee per child/week, will be issued for all camp session cancellations up to June 7, 2019.

    After June 7, 2019, no refunds will be provided, unless a medical certificate accompanies the request.

    Pro-rated refunds or credits are not available for days absent or for inclement weather.  All cancellations must be made in writing (ie. fax, email or letter) to the Crescent Camps office.

Registration

List of 4 frequently asked questions.

Absences

List of 1 frequently asked questions.

Code of Conduct

List of 1 frequently asked questions.

  • Does Crescent Camps have a Code of Conduct?

    Yes. Every parent/guardian must read and consent to the Crescent Camps Code of Conduct. It is based on Crescent School’s Code of Conduct and is rooted in four core values: respect, responsibility, honesty and compassion.

    Crescent Camps promotes responsibility, respect and civility in a safe learning and fun camp environment. A positive camp culture exists when all members feel safe, included and accepted and actively promote positive behaviours and interactions. All campers, counsellors, instructors and staff have the right to be safe, and feel safe, in the Crescent Camp community.

    These standards of behaviour apply not only to campers, but to all individuals involved in the Crescent Camps community – parents, volunteers, counsellors, instructors and staff – whether they are on school property, on school buses, at camp-related events or activities, or in other circumstances that could have an impact on the camp climate.

Lunches and Snacks

List of 2 frequently asked questions.

  • Are lunch and snacks provided?

    A nutritious lunch will be provided to all campers daily.

    Each camper must bring their own healthy, nut-free snacks for breaks. Please pack snacks in reusable containers to help us reduce waste.
    Campers should bring a refillable water bottle every day. A water refill station will be available.

    Please note that while we make every effort to have a nut- and allergy-free environment, we cannot guarantee a complete allergy-free environment at Crescent Camps. All campers must be able to identify their allergies and carry the required medication for treatment.
  • Do you have a water station for campers?

    Yes, a water refill station is available to all campers. All campers should bring a refillable water bottle each day.

What to Bring to Camp

List of 1 frequently asked questions.

  • What should my camper bring to camp?

    Your camper needs to bring the following supplies to camp each day:
    • healthy, nut-free snacks in reusable packaging
    • refillable water bottle
    • clothing and equipment that is appropriate to their camp program
    • sunscreen and a hat if your camper has outdoor activities. (Apply sunscreen to your camper before arrival, and have more on hand for reapplication later in the day.)
    All clothing and equipment should be labelled with your camper’s name.