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REGISTER ONLINE: 43 a first Incident Report will be written to document and correct behavior. A copy of the report will be given to the parent/guardian the same day. 2. A second Incident Report will be written if the behavior is repeated or new behavior problems occur with the same camper. This report will follow the same process as the first, but a one or two-day suspension could accompany this report. A copy of the report will be given to the parent/ guardian the same day. 3. A third Incident Report will be completed using the same process as the first two. The full-time staff and camp director will write this report. The full-time staff of the camp will give this report to the parent/guardian. Incident reports will be discussed privately with the parent/ guardian by the Camp Director or Supervisor. Dismissal from the program can occur at this time. Immediate dismissal from the program can occur at any time given severe circumstances. Refunds for missed days due to a discipline dismissal may not be granted. Field Trips Cary Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources will transport campers offsite in vehicles provided by or contracted by the Town of Cary. If a camper arrives at camp after the scheduled departure for a field trip, it is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to either: • Transport the camper to the field trip location and sign-in the participant with a Town of Cary camp staff member at the field trip site. • Transport the camper to the camp site once the camp returns from the field trip location and sign-in. Campers cannot be left at a camp location without camp staff present. Refunds will not be given if a camper misses a field trip. If a parent/guardian needs to pick up a camper while on a field trip, it is the responsibility of the parent/ guardian to pick up the camper at the field trip site. Please notify the facility where camp is housed if picking up from a field trip site. You will be required to show either a pick- up card or photo ID. Admission prices have been included in most registration fees, however some attractions have concession areas. Campers may bring additional money for concession areas, but each camper is responsible for his/her own money. Information: Summer Day Camp & Teen Adventure Camp at Bond Park Community Center Hours of Operation: Camp hours are Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.–6 p.m. Please do not drop off your child prior to the start time of the camp. Campers need to be at camp by 8:30 a.m. in order to join their group. Parents picking up their children after 6 p.m. must come into the center to pick up their child and pay a late pick-up fee per child. Should you need to bring your camper after the normal start time or pick him/her up prior to the normal ending time, please consult the current week's schedule and notify the camp office. Staff: All hired personnel are at least 18 years of age. The staff/camper ratio is 1:12 for Summer Day Camp and 1:13 for Teen Adventure Camp. Each staff member is certified in First Aid and CPR and trained in conducting camp programs for youth and teens. Summer Day Camp has Junior Counselor volunteers assisting the staff with various activities. These volunteers are rising 10th–12th graders and are not included in the ratio count. Lunch: Campers must bring a bag lunch, a snack, and a drink in a non-glass container each day. Lunches should be in a paper, plastic, or reusable bag clearly labeled with the camper's name. Coolers are provided for bag lunches. Please do not send gum, hard candy, or food that must be heated or refrigerated. Swimming: Summer Day Camp and Teen Adventure Camp will swim once a week at a City of Raleigh operated pool. Campers need to bring a swimsuit and towel on the day they swim. The weekly schedule will indicate which day campers swim. Transportation: Parents/guardians are responsible for transportation to and from camps. Summer Day and Teen Adventure Camps use chartered buses or 15-passenger vans for field trips. Age/Grade Guidelines: Wake County Public School System's guideline is used to determine camper's grade for camps. If your child is registered in a non-Wake County Public School but meets the grade requirement listed, please bring in proof of enrollment/grade in order to register. Walk-in registration will be required for this. GENERAL INFORMATION

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