Our Code of Conduct
The staff are looking forward to providing all our campers with a fun, memorable, and safe summer camp experience. Each camper has a responsibility to act in a way that assures a positive experience for all. All campers are required to follow these guidelines.
- Campers shall be responsible for their words and actions.
- Campers shall be respectful of others.
- Campers shall follow directions from staff members at all times.
- Campers shall leave all electronic devices at home such as iPods, hand held computer games, MP3 players. Cell phones will be collected by staff during the arrival procedure. These will be made available to campers at designated times in the evenings to allow campers to call home as required.
- Endangering the health and safety of themselves, other campers, and/or staff or volunteers.
- Failing to comply with safety instructions governing activities and sports as detailed by the staff.
- Stealing, damaging, or failing to care for camp or personal property.
- Continual disruption of the program.
- Refusal to follow the behavior guidelines.
- Inappropriate physical contact.
- Using profanity or inappropriate language or displaying clothing or other personal items with offensive content.
- Bullying or acts of aggression or violence.
- Possession or use of illegal substances, tobacco, or alcohol.
- Possession of weapons – any object that may cause harm to another, or place another person in fear of his/her safety, may be considered a weapon.
Steps taken for failure to follow these behaviour guidelines
- Staff will redirect the camper to a more appropriate behaviour.
- The camper will be reminded of the behaviour guidelines.
- If the behaviour persists, staff will discuss the problem with a parent/guardian.
- The staff will document the situation. The written documents will include what the behaviour problem is, what provoked the problem, and the corrective action taken.
- If the problem persists to the point where a second phone call becomes necessary, the Camp Director may find it necessary to have the camper picked up early from camp.
- If a camper’s behaviour at any time threatens the immediate safety of him/her, other campers, or staff, the parent/guardian will be notified and expected to pick-up the child immediately.
Failure to comply with the Code of Conduct may result in the removal from the program and/or additional fees. There will be no refunds given for campers who are removed from the program due to violations of the Code of Conduct