1 BAYSIDE FAMILY YMCA CAMP MANITOO 2017 FAMILY HANDBOOK
2 welcome Welcome to Bayside Family YMCA s CAMP MANITOO!! We are pleased that you have selected our camp for your child s camping experience. The Family Handbook is designed to provide you with information about our program, answer any questions that you may have, and help prepare you and your child for a happy and safe summer. We have made changes to camp this year... so I encourage you to review this booklet in full. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at any time. Thank you for choosing CAMP MANITOO and we look forward to a safe and exciting summer!
3 camp communication Jocie Letoile Camp Director Zach Roth Camp Coordinator Greg Wright Sports Camp Coordinator ext ext ext The Camp Director and all camp groups may be reached by calling the camp office at hours of operation YMCA Camp Manitoo Program Day Tenderfoot Half Day Morning Care AM Extended Camp Day 8:30 am-4:30 pm 9:00 am-12:00 pm 6:45 am-8:30am 4:30 pm-6:00pm Extended Camp Day is included in your registration! The program day ends at 4:30 at which time pick up for campers will begin and run through 6pm. YMCA character values Our goal is to provide each camper with an emotionally and physically safe, FUN, and memorable experience. By stressing the values of Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility each camper learns that Character Counts! CARING is composed of compassion, forgiveness, generosity, and kindness. HONESTY is composed of integrity, trustworthiness, and fairness. RESPECT is composed of acceptance, empathy, selfrespect, and tolerance. RESPONSIBILITY is composed of commitment, courage, health and service.
4 registration information Participants may register for camp at the Welcome Center at any time. All camp forms are available at TO REGISTER 1. Fill out and sign application and registration forms for each child. 2. Complete and sign the Camp Enrollment Agreement. 3. A current Camper Health History Form will need to be completed and copies of the child s current immunizations must be submitted by June 1 st. Failure to submit the appropriate forms may result in withdrawal from camp. REGISTRATION DEADLINES Registration will close the Thursday before the session starts, at the close of the YMCA building. CHANGES To make a change to your child s registration you must complete a Change Request Form. Changes may include adding or deleting authorized pick-up names or transferring from one camp to another. A $10 transfer fee will be assessed for transfers that take place less than two (2) weeks prior to the start of the session. Only the individual who signed the original application may make changes, and only after presenting photo id.
5 goals for campers In order to successfully achieve the mission of YMCA Summer Day Camps the staff of Camp Manitoo will work hard to meet the following goals: 1. Offer a challenging and enjoyable experience in the out-of-doors to develop an appreciation of the natural surroundings and environment. Each camper will participate in an environmental awareness program. Each camper will spend ample time in the out-of-doors. Each camper will participate in maintaining the surrounding environment. 2. Provide an opportunity to learn to appreciate one s self and others in a group setting. Each camper will be involved in a group where they will share activities, social skills, and common interests. Each camper will contribute to a positive group experience. Each camper will exercise and improve social skills through daily interaction with peers and positive adult role models. 3. Promote healthy lifestyle habits that have carry over value into the camper s home and school life. Each camper will choose and participate in activities that promote the strengthening of the spirit, mind, and body. Each camper will try new activities and enjoy the old. Each camper will be strongly encouraged through example and experience to follow a healthy diet, exercise, and lifestyle. 4. Create an emotionally and physically safe environment in which the camper can have a successful experience. Each camper will feel comfortable interacting and contributing. Each camper will have the opportunity to learn from mistakes. Each camper will be supervised and protected at all times. Each camper will be able to define their own level of success. 5. Encourage camper independence and positive behavior with the YMCA Character Values as a foundation. Each camper will be encouraged to try new activities. Each camper will be encouraged to set and pursue realistic goals. Each camper will be encouraged to demonstrate the Character Values. 6. Allow campers to be kids! Each camper will participate in fun social and recreational activities. Each camper will be encouraged to get dirty. Each camper will be encouraged to seek out fun, friendship, and laughter.
6 our facility YMCA Camp Manitoo is located at the Bayside Family YMCA, a beautiful outdoor setting with open space, easy access to nature trails and a sports field and an outdoor pool. accredited camp Camp Manitoo is accredited by the American Camp Association, the most recognized organization that monitors the quality of camping in the world. The accreditation process requires the camp to either meet or exceed over 300 standards in the area of health, safety, risk management, human resources, transportation, and in all program areas including aquatics. family nights Family Nights are held every Friday throughout the summer. At this time all Camp Manitoo families have the opportunity to share the joys of camp with their family and friends. weekly themes Camp Kick Off WEEK 1 WEEK 2 WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6 WEEK 7 WEEK 8 WEEK 9 Earth Week Get your Groove On America the Beautiful Space Exploration Super Heroes Camp Carnival Olympics Survivor Summer Splash Camper and Counselor Choice the day camp program Our day camp program is broken down into three sections each with a color designation (see below). Each program area or section has specifically trained staff members, activities and facilities designed to meet the needs of that particular age group or program choice. We feel this is an important and effective way to best serve the large variety of age groups and interests of campers who attend YMCA Camp Manitoo throughout the summer. Preschool Traditional Specialty Yellow Green Blue
7 daily schedule (yellow, green, blue camps) TIME YELLOW CAMPS GREEN CAMPS BLUE CAMPS 6:45-8:30 AM Before Camp Program Before Camp Program Before Camp Program 8:30-9:00 AM Morning Drop-off Morning Drop-off Morning Drop-off 9:00-9:10 AM Morning Opening Morning Opening Morning Opening 9:20-10:00 AM SWIM First Activity Period First Activity Period 10:10-10:50 AM SWIM Second Activity Period Second Activity Period 11:00-11:50 AM Third Activity Period Third Activity Period Third Activity Period 12:00-1:00 PM Lunch/Recess Lunch/Recess Lunch/Recess 1:10-2:00 PM Fourth Activity Period Fourth Activity Period Fourth Activity Period 2:10-2:55 PM SWIM Fifth Activity Period Fifth Activity Period 3:05-3:45 PM Sixth Activity Period Sixth Activity Period Sixth Activity Period 4:00-4:30 PM Afternoon Pick-up Afternoon Pick-up Afternoon Pick-up 4:30-6:00 PM After Camp Program After Camp Program After Camp Program ACTIVITY PERIODS FOR GREEN AND BLUE CAMPS INCLUDE: SWIM LESSONS (All campers will have multiple opportunities each week to participate in recreational swim the outdoor pool.), ARCHERY, SPORTS, ARTS, OUTDOOR ED/Team Building daily schedule (preschool) Pre School schedules may vary by group but all full day preschool campers will have a morning and afternoon snack time in addition to a 50 minute relax time at 1:00 each day. Each group will have swimming lessons and recreational swim every day. Lunch is at 12:30 and the half day campers dismiss at 12:00pm. There is a morning circle time and activity periods throughout the day where campers will participate in art, science, music and literacy activities. Campers may go on hikes, play games in the gym or on the field during other activity periods. extended camp day program The morning extended care program (6:45 am 8:30 am) offers campers a friendly and relaxing start to their day. Campers are in mixed age groups and are free to choose between various games and outdoor activities. The afternoon extended care program (4:30 pm 6:00 pm) picks up the fun where regular camp programs during the day leave off. After checking in campers will participate in several different mixed-age options, including various outdoor and playground activities, sports, indoor games and puzzles, crafts, projects.
8 swimming Our aquatic programs are one of the highlights of our camper's day. We offer a well-rounded program for all campers utilizing the outdoor pool. We strongly believe in providing a fun and safe atmosphere at our pool. Campers will be encouraged to swim every day. Campers choosing not to swim will need to remain on the deck while the rest of the group participates in swim. Campers will participate in: Swim instruction Recreational Swim On the first day of each session, all campers will be given a skills assessment. This allows the swim staff to determine whether campers are shallow or deep water swimmers, and appropriate level of swim instruction. The "buddy system" is used during recreational swim time. Each swimmer is paired with another camper. Buddy checks are conducted throughout the period to be sure all swimmers are accounted for. Tenderfoot campers have their own swim area available. The swimmer to lifeguard ratios is 20:1 with additional counselors assisting in supervision. The State of Rhode Island certifies all our waterfront staff. All members hold current Lifeguard, First Aid and CPR certifications. In addition, they hold instructor certifications in their specialty areas. arrival and departure Campers should be dropped off and picked up in the designated area each day. Morning: It is the parent/guardian responsibility to walk their child/ren to the sign out table- located at the front corner of the main YMCA building closet to Veteran s Park. Camp staff will be there to greet you and sign your child in for the day, and will then bring campers to their groups. Afternoon: Please come to the sign out table, provide appropriate photo ID and sign your camper out each day. Camp staff will assist in bringing your camper out to you. Please park only in designated parking spots when dropping off or picking up your child from camp.
9 LATE ARRIVALS Campers who are dropped off after 9:00 AM need to be walked into the main YMCA building and be signed in by a parent or guardian before proceeding to their meeting place. Camp staff will see to getting the camper to their particular group at the time of their arrival. Depending on the activity level and your child s group location at the time of drop off, there may be a delay in getting your child to their group. EARLY RELEASE The camp must be notified in writing if a child will be picked up early. Please provide extra time when picking up a camper early. Early sign-out, before 3:30 PM, is in the main building. Early pickups without prior notification will require extra time. DESIGNATED SIGN-IN/SIGN-OUT LOCATIONS AND TIMES All campers are signed out at the sign out table located at the outside front corner of the main building. During extended care, campers will be brought to the sign out table from their extended care location. The extended care schedule will rotate throughout the week ABSENTEEISM If your child will not be attending camp on a specific day, please contact the Camp Office at If your child is absent and you have not notified YMCA Camp Manitoo, a call to home or work will be made to verify your child s attendance. CAMPER RELEASE PROCEDURES FOR THE SAFETY OF ALL, persons responsible for picking up campers from YMCA Camp Manitoo must comply with the following procedures: No camper will be released to individuals who are NOT on the approved pick-up list, unless written permission is delivered, in person, by the person who registered the camper. All campers must be picked up by someone over the age of 18 who is listed on the YMCA Camp Manitoo Registration Form, or added in writing by the camper s parent or legal guardian. Photo identification of all persons picking up campers will be required each and every time, regardless of relationship to the camper. If a child has not been picked up five minutes after dismissal has been completed (6 PM), the staff will contact the child s parent/guardian. If they are unable to reach you and your child is not picked up 15 minutes after dismissal, emergency contacts will be called. One hour after dismissal, if our staff is still unable to contact an authorized person to pick up your child, they will contact the Barrington Police Department for further assistance. A charge will be added to your camp bill for continued late pickups at a rate of $1.00 for every 1 minute or part thereof.
10 what to bring (please be sure to label all belongings!) Backpack Lunch and snacks Bathing suit and towel Refillable water bottle Sunscreen/bug spray Sneakers or closed toe shoes (sandals and flip flops are only permitted at the pool) what to keep at home We believe that certain items are best left at home to maximize your camper's outdoor experience. Campers may not bring cell phones, ipods, computer games, trading cards, or insect repellent containing DEET. Any camper who brings weapons to camp will be suspended immediately. YMCA Camp Manitoo is a drug/alcohol and smoke free facility. Any camper found with tobacco, drugs or alcohol will be immediately dismissed from camp. We are also interested in keeping a clean, healthy image at our camp. Clothing with messages referring to tobacco, drugs, alcohol or sex are not permitted. Matches, lighters, knives, guns, drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, illegal substances, weapons and all other items deemed hazardous by YMCA staff are prohibited at YMCA Camp Manitoo. If any of these items are found, they will be confiscated immediately and the camper will be disciplined appropriately. Please keep all household pets and animals out of camp. YMCA Camp Manitoo is not responsible for any personal belongings (i.e., sports equipment, camping gear) that are brought into camp. lost & found Lost and Found items accumulate very quickly. Please make every effort to label your child's belongings. Should items be lost at camp, have your camper look for their item at our lost and found area which is located next to the sign out area. These items will remain at camp for one session. After that all remaining unclaimed items will be donated to charity.
11 our staff YMCA Camp Manitoo is dedicated to recruiting and developing an outstanding group of directors and counselors who are committed to providing each camper with the best possible day camp experience. We believe that the success of our program lies in the quality of our staff. Staff people are selected on their experience, ability to lead camp related activities and their personal commitment to role modeling positive values. Our program is unique because we have many camp staff who serve as child care professionals during the school year with our Out of School Time program. Furthermore, we strive to retain seasonal staff people from summer to summer. Your child may already know many of our staff from their Out of School Time site or from camp last year. These seasoned staff bring a great deal of knowledge and experience to the Camp Manitoo summer program. In June, our staff participates in an in-depth training program that covers areas such as program goals, emergency procedures, group work skills and child development. Each staff person receives training and is certified in First Aid and CPR. staff ratios YMCA Camp Manitoo has a counselor to camper ratio that ranges from 1:6 to 1:13. All counselors are 18 years of age or older and have prior camp related experience.
12 health & safety RAINY DAYS & EXTREMELY HOT DAYS We do operate on rainy days- with only minor adjustments to our schedule. Please help your camper be prepared with proper rain gear for transitions to and from program areas- this would include a raincoat, extra clothing and footwear. We also operate on extremely hot days. On these days we make sure campers have ample opportunity to get drinks of water, spend time in the shade, and make every effort to provide campers with water-based activities to keep them cool. Please send campers with a water bottle and an extra beverage for lunch. Sunscreen should be applied before the campers arrive. SUNSCREEN & INSECT REPELLENT We recommend that campers wear sunscreen. Campers should apply sunscreen and/or bug repellent before coming to camp each morning. Campers who need to reapply during the day can keep sunscreen lotion in their backpacks if they can reapply the lotion themselves. For younger campers that may need assistance reapplying lotion, Camp Manitoo staff will only apply lotion to body parts that are not covered by a bathing suit. EMERGENCIES We devote much time and attention to emergency procedures during our staff training in June. We have specific procedures for lost campers at the waterfront or on land, as well as for severe weather and medical emergencies. We practice these procedures during staff training and throughout the summer so that campers and staff will be prepared in the event of an emergency. FIRST AID All staff at YMCA Camp Manitoo are certified in First Aid and CPR. In the event of an emergency or illness, a Section Director will notify parents/ guardians. Please keep sick campers home so that germs and illnesses will not spread to other campers and staff. Unless otherwise notified, any camper that requires further medical attention will be transported to Hasbro Children s Hospital. FIRST AID NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES All campers who receive first aid will have their injuries recorded in the First Aid Log Book, and families will receive a notification at sign out. Our First Aid Station sees many campers each day for sunscreen, band-aids and minor first aid treatments. Camp Leadership staff will call parents to notify them of mild injuries at their discretion and of all serious injuries that occur at camp.
13 PHOTO RELEASE AND FACEBOOK The Summer Camp Enrollment Agreement (part of the application) includes a photo release for all campers. If you do not want your camper photographed during the summer, please be sure to indicate this on the form. Every day we will take photos of our campers and staff enjoying their time at Camp Manitoo and post them to our Facebook page. Be sure to check everyday- you never know who will be featured! MEDICATION POLICY AND FORMS If your camper needs to take medication (either over the counter or prescription) during the camp day, our camp staff can dispense medication and the following guidelines will be followed: The staff shall not administer prescription medication without the written order of a physician (which may include the label on the medication bottle). We request that a note be obtained from the physician if the child has had an office visit. The staff shall not administer prescription or non-prescription medication without written parental permission. All medication must be in the original prescription bottle and the label must include the following: child s name, physician s name, date, dosage and times of administration. The medication has not expired. All medication, including inhalers, must be given to the Camp Leadership staff. Medication cannot remain with a child at camp. Children with a medical release may carry inhalers after speaking with the Camp Leadership staff. Any remaining medication must be picked up by the parent on the last day of the camp session or it will be destroyed. We will not hold medications after the last day of camp.
14 behavior policy At YMCA Camp Manitoo we believe that the best way to deal with behavior issues is to provide a quality camp program. By keeping activities moving and well-organized, we believe that many potential problems can be avoided. The Behavior Management Policy has been developed to clarify the expectations of camper behavior. Our goal is to provide a program based on the YMCA Character Values of Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility and ensure an environment that is both physically and emotionally safe. As such, we operate with these principles: Campers will be treated with fairness and compassion. Individuals and behaviors are unique and intervention will be appropriate to each situation. Behavior situations will be resolved as quickly as possible between the camper and camp staff. As necessary, the family will be notified and involved. EXPECTATIONS FOR CAMPER BEHAVIOR ARE TO: Be respectful of yourself, other campers and staff Be honest and forthcoming in your interactions with campers and staff Be caring toward yourself and others Be responsible with Camp Manitoo s equipment and property behavior definitions & interventions BASIC BEHAVIORS are defined as words or actions that are not an immediate threat or danger to an individual or group. Examples may include not listening, inappropriate language or actions, or disrupting an activity. The series of interventions for basic behaviors is: 1. NOTIFICATION: The camper will be notified that the behavior demonstrated is not in keeping with the behavior expectations. 2. CAMPER/COUNSELOR DISCUSSION: If the behavior continues beyond the initial notification or a similar behavior occurs the counselor and camper will talk about what is happening, why it is happening, and how the camper can try something different to make sure it does not happen again. 3. LOGICAL CONSEQUENCE: Upon seeing a behavior for a third time the camper will experience a logical consequence. Logical consequences are generally short-term and directly related to the guideline that is being stretched. 4. CAMP DIRECTOR: A Camp Director will speak with the camper and may initiate a phone call to a family member. It may be necessary to implement a one-day suspension in which the camper will be picked up immediately.
15 5. CHILD GUIDANCE PLAN: Continued behaviors will require a meeting with a parent or guardian, camper, and camp director. A Child Guidance Plan, acceptable to all three parties, will be designed and include an outline of inappropriate behaviors and consequences. ADVANCED BEHAVIORS are defined as words or actions that are an immediate threat or danger to an individual or group. Examples may include but are not limited to aggressive physical or verbal exchanges, teasing, bullying, continually taking away from the enjoyment of the group, or possession of alcohol, drugs, tobacco, or weaponry. The intervention for advanced behaviors is: 1. NOTIFICATION: A Camp Director will discuss the situation with the camper and then contact the parent or guardian and explain what is happening. 2. SUSPENSION: During the phone call the length of the suspension will be determined. Suspensions are effective immediately and the parent or guardian must send someone to pick up the camper. Campers suspended for Advanced Behaviors are not permitted to ride the bus. 3. CHILD GUIDANCE PLAN: Prior to returning to camp a meeting with a parent or guardian, camper, and camp director must occur. A Child Guidance Plan, acceptable to all three parties, will be designed and include an outline of appropriate behaviors and expectations and consequences should those not occur. SPECIAL NOTES TERMINATION may result from extreme behavior situations, 3 or more behavior incidents or a determination by the Camp Director that the program is not a healthy or positive fit for the child. CONFIDENTIALITY protects our campers and families. Staff will not release information about campers to anyone but the parent, guardian or appointed family member of that camper. DISCIPLINE REPORTS may be sent home with the camper for situations that do not warrant a phone call but that a family member should be aware of or if we cannot contact a family member by day s end. Physical and emotional safety is essential to the Behavior Policy. Campers will not be deprived of food, water, or bathroom. They will not be physically punished or verbally humiliated. Whenever possible, behavior guidance will occur away from other campers. Campers and family members will be treated respectfully in all situations.
16 our promise to you All staff are thoroughly screened to ensure that they are suited to work with children. All staff are trained in the prevention of child abuse and how to report any suspicion of abuse. Parents may visit unannounced and at any time any program in which their child participates. Staff will never be alone with a single child where they cannot be observed by others. Staff never will leave a child unsupervised. Staff will make sure the restroom is not occupied by suspicious or unknown individuals before allowing children to use the facilities and staff will follow the Rule of Three. Abuse and bullying are never tolerated at the YMCA. Staff will respond to children with respect and treat all children equally regardless of sex, race, religion, culture, economic status, or disability. Staff will not be alone with children they meet in YMCA programs outside the YMCA. Staff never will release children to anyone other than those authorized by the parent or guardian. Staff will be caring, honest, respectful and responsible. Stay on top of all the activities going on at camp and like us on facebook!
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The University of Houston Volleyball CAMP INFORMATION Stay up to date with the latest team news by following us on social media! 4-DAY ALL-SKILLS CAMP (No Overnight) Camp I: July 9-12, 2018 Camp II: July
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math STEAM Summer Camp 2016 Where Nature s Wisdom Powers Human Innovation Save Your Spot by Returning your Registration Form and deposit to the CSMS Office Today!
Parent s Manual Everything You Need to Know To Send Your Child to Camp Utah Hemophilia Foundation 772 East 3300 South, Suite 210 Salt Lake City, UT 84106 Phone 801-484-0325 Toll Free 877-463-6893 Welcome
Parent Handbook 1 If you haven t been to Doublecreek, you haven t been to day camp.... Uncle Carter We re glad that you ve chosen Camp Doublecreek to be a part of your summer. Each week is especially designed
Job description for Summer Residential Camp (SRES) camp counselor The Gifted Education Resource Institute (GERI) offers summer courses for students in grades 5-12 who rank in the top ten percent of their
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CAMP BIG HEART APPLICANTS PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW LOCATION AT CAMP JOHN HOPE FFA-FCCLA CENTER IN FORT VALLEY, GA. 281 Hope Entrance Road, Fort Valley, GA 31030 Session One will be
Adullam Camp Ministries LEADER IN TRAINING (LIT) PROGRAM 2017 INFORMATION PACKAGE www.adullam.ca Updated November 7, 2016 Adullam Camp Ministries OVERVIEW of LIT Program 2017 www.adullam.ca Adullam Camp
Knights of the Roundtable Soaring Eagle Cub Scout Day Camp 2014 Table of Contents A NOTE FROM YOUR CAMP DIRECTOR: 3 THE PURPOSE OF CUB SCOUT DAY CAMP 4 DAY CAMP LOCATION, DATES AND FEES 4 REFUND POLICY
DARC 2016 SUMMER DAY CAMP based out of Power Play 701 Haywood Drive Exton, PA 19341 THE CAMP IS JUST BASED OUT OF THE Power Play FACILITY IT IS NOT A Ice Hockey CAMP WE SIMPLY USE THE INDOOR SPACE TO MEET
Core Staff All Core Staff Members will work together as a team to implement the general camp program (i.e. facilitate all-camp activities such as Capture the Flag, assist with any site maintenance projects,
CAMP KIRKWOOD YMCA of Southeastern North Carolina WELCOME TO CAMP KIRKWOOD Located just outside Wilmington NC, Camp Kirkwood offers 195 acres of pristine woodlands along with a 10 acre lake for water sports,
Heart of America Council Boy Scout of America Webelos STEM Weekend H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservation and Introduction to Boy Scouting Webelos at Bartle The Heart of America Council is fortunate to have two
Camp Shakespeare 17 Camp Shakespeare is a two-week University of Texas residential summer camp for young people, ages 11-16,* dedicated to ensemble playing with the plays of Shakespeare, exploring Shakespeare
Mt. Prospect Park District High 5/ Lil Prospectors, Camp Fun Zone & Camp Sundance 2017 Summer Camp Parent Handbook Welcome and thank you for choosing the Mt. Prospect Park District 2017 Summer Day Camps
Welcome to Camp Gallahue Gallahue Resident Camp Information Girl Scouts of Central Indiana is happy that you will be part of the Summer Resident Camp program. We hope your experience will be a valuable
Name: Date Received in Extension Office: Mail: Person: Dates: 18 USC 707 Application for Volunteer 4-H Camp Teen Counselor Send to: This application is due: Developed by: Cathy Sutphin, Extension Specialist,