If your child is sick or will not be attending camp, please email us at email@example.com. If you know in advance your child will be gone please let your child’s Lead Teacher know. There will not be refunds of tuition due to absences.
Students will be participating in in various activities which may result in clothing being stained. Please make sure that your child is prepared with a “paint shirt” or wears clothing you are fine with being stained.
Please refer to the incident rubric located on All Aboard for Kids website. For significant incidents at camp, a team meeting (including the camper’s family) will be held. If it is determined that a camper requires support which is beyond the resources the camp can offer, the camper may not be able to continue attending camp.
If your child has a birthday during camp, feel free to bring treats for his or her group. Ask the Lead Teacher before the big day for a count of the number of students who should be in attendance on a specific day and if any students in the class have special dietary concerns such as allergies to peanuts.
Families must update Lisa McCarty and the Lead Teacher immediately of any changes in contact information. Email any changes to firstname.lastname@example.org
o Please be respectful of our staff by arriving between 8:15-8:30am so activities can begin promptly. Parents/caregivers need to pick up their children no later than 12:45pm. It is expected that parents or designee will sign the child in and out each day.
All Aboard for Kids follows basic rules regarding illness. If your child has had a fever, vomiting or diarrhea within 24 hours, please keep them home from camp. If your child vomits or runs a fever, you will be called to pick him or her up. If your child turns up with anything else that is contagious (Pink Eye, head lice, etc.), they must have doctor’s clearance to return to camp. Please notify the camp before 8:00 a.m. if your child will be missing that day to illness.
If your child needs to have prescription or over-the-counter medication administered during the day, we must have a signed consent form. We have certified teachers on staff who will administer all medications.
Some activities will occur outside each week. Campers will be given break times/recess where they can access the age-appropriate playgrounds and equipment.
Campers will be offered a snack during mid-morning. You are free to send a snack with your child if you wish, however, we do not have access to a refrigerator. Snacks usually consist of pretzels, Goldfish, and animal crackers, but options can vary. Please make sure the camp is aware of any dietary concerns and allergies.
- Facebook: Those of you on Facebook please “like” All Aboard for Kids. This will be a great way to share photos, ask questions, and get updates from staff. Reminders will also be sent to parents by email.
- Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat: Feel free to share information regarding camp, but please refrain from posting pictures if other children are present unless written consent has been obtained.
Below are the items your child needs to bring with them to camp. The rest will stay at camp for the course of their time with us:
- Sunscreen – spray preferred
- A spare set of clothes (in case of spills, mud or other accidents)
- Reusable water bottle