Summer Adventures!

 

General Summer 2017 Program Registration is now available and spots are filling up fast!

Please download the Summer 2017 General Registration forms.

 

Summer 2017 will be an awesome fun packed adventure!

Check out what we have in store below or download the calendar here

(Please note that Summer 2017 is 9 weeks!)

 

Summer Availability: Updated June 14th, 2017

 

Week 1 (Jul 4-7): 6 spaces!
Week 2 (Jul 10-14): FULL (waiting list)
Week 3 (Jul 17-21): FULL (waiting list)
Week 4 (Jul 24-28): FULL (waiting list)
Week 5 (Jul 31-Aug 4): FULL
Week 6 (Aug 8-11): FULL
Week 7 (Aug 14-18): FULL (waiting list)
Week 8 (Aug 21-25): FULL (waiting list)
Week 9 (Aug 28-Sep 1): FULL (waiting list)

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Please download our Summer Parent Information Package Here for all the information you need!

 

Please note: All registrations must include all required payments, completed documents – with signatures, a recent photograph of the child and a copy of the child’s immunization record.    

 

Requests for Refund and Registration Changes: Due to staffing commitments and trip bookings we will be unable to give refunds unless the program is fully registered for that week and a wait-listed child is available to fill the cancelled space.   Registrations for the full summer are at a reduced rate.  If cancellations for individual weeks are approved for full summer registrations the cost will then be recalculated at the weekly rate.  

 

Please note: All refunds and registration changes are subject to an administration fee of $25 per week

 

**Any concerns arising from these policies should be forwarded in writing to the Parent Advisory Board  (please note that the next Board meeting will be in Sept. 2017)**


Look below at the comments we received from last year’s fantastic summer program! 

  • “I’ve been asking children all summer what their favourite trip was so far and Splashdown was it, RIP Splashdown!”
  • “My favourite moment this summer was when we went to Science world and we watched the cold show. Science World in general was great, being able to see the children excited about all the things they had never seen, but also the conversation brought up by the whole experience.”
  • “Playing tag at the pool and going down the black hole slide. Both were enthusiastically organized or encouraged by the kids themselves, letting them guide how to spend the day.”
  • “Balloon workshop/face painting /Tie Dye/”mini Olympic games” (badminton, mini golf, volleyball, soccer, long jump, races, etc.) with the children. I thought it was positive to take advantage of the event and address some topics such as healthy competition, healthy sportsmanship and cultural diversity.”
  • “When the kids could take something as simple as a cardboard box, and manage to build a pretend play situation that lasted for hours and kept them entertained for a large chunk of time. Watching the kids create elaborate games out of almost nothing!”
  • “I loved all of the spontaneous trips to the park, the beach and of course for Pokemon Go. The children and staff were able to create day plans together that encapsulated their interests.”