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Parent Handbook

Parent Handbook

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Parent Handbook

Dress Code:

The wearing of a CGI t-shirt is mandatory on trip days. Camp shirts are available for purchase prior to the start of camp. Please be sure to fill in the size you'd like to order so we can be prepared for you with a comfortable size.

Personal Property

The Camp does not take responsibility for any personal items brought to camp.

ABSOLUTELY NO illegal substances or weapons of any kind will be allowed on camp grounds. Camp reserves the right to conduct searches when we feel necessary.

Safety

 The swimming pool is supervised at all times by certified lifeguards. When going on field trips, contact is maintained at all times with the camp office by means of mobile communication.

In case of a medical emergency, G‑d forbid, family doctors (listed on the registration papers) and parents or guardians will be contacted immediately.

A senior  staff member will be on the camp site all day.

Every counselor will be in constant communication with the main office.

Please call the day before if you know your child will not attend camp. We request a phone call by 8:00 a.m. if absence is unexpected.

In case of a major emergency, children will remain on campgrounds and will wait for parents to pick them up.

Medication:

 All medication to be administered during camp hours must be clearly marked with camper's name. A separate note containing dosage instruction and parent signature must be sent as well.

Camper Release

Parents wishing to have their child released during camp to anyone other than themselves or their designated substitute must make prior arrangements with the camp Director.

Extended Care

Extended care hours and financial assistance, based on need, are available.

We offer Hebrew Tutoring during extended care hours.

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