Welcome to Camp
What You Need To Know About Camps
Camper and Instructor of the Week!
Each week one camper and one instructor will be chosen as camper and instructor of the week by their peers. These campers and instructors will be chosen based on their positive attitude, team spirit, willingness to participate and establishing themselves as a good role model!
What to Bring
Be prepared. Bring indoor and outdoor shoes and clothes. Bring sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat. Bring a water bottle as well as snacks and a lunch. If you are in a camp that will be in the pool, bring a towel and swimming attire. Remember that it is a NUT FREE environment.
Drop Off and Pick Up
Starting in 2018 The Drop off time is between 8:30am and 9:00am and the pick up time is between 4:00pm and 4:30pm. The drop off and pick up location is the same at the TRU Old Gym.
Camper Sign In/Out
There will be regular sign ins and outs everyday based out of the Gym Mezzanine. I.D. will be requested upon pick-up. For a child to sign themselves out, the office must be informed in person by the parent/guardian who dropped off the child. The camper must let instructor know they are leaving each time.
Informed Consent Forms: Every camper will need an informed consent filled out and brought to camps on Monday morning. There will be blank forms on the tables for parents to fill out if they didn’t bring it with them.
Photo Consent Form Every camper will need a photo consent filled out and brought to camps on Monday morning. There will be blank forms on the tables for parents to fill out if they didn’t bring it with them. Hand these forms into you instructor.
Along with the medical info, we will have an Anaphylaxis Action Plan form. This will be filled out for any child with an allergy. It will inform us of all information needed to deal with a child’s allergic reaction. These forms are to be with the instructor at all times.
- Camps are a NUT FREE Environment
- All Day Campers will have supervised lunch hours
- Every Camper will receive a Camp Shirt upon registration
- Sport Camps reserves the right to cancel a camp if there are less than 5 registered campers, but will look to be placed in another camp for that week.
*To Receive Discounts please call the Sport Camp Office if they are not available online. Discounts can not be used for Performance, Wolfpack (Week 9) or Eureka Multi-Sport camps. Discounts will be applied to the following selections:
- EARLY REGISTRATION is a 10% discount from April 9 to May 31 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
- TRU Employee and Student Children will receive a 20% discount only availble in person at TRU Gym. (Have Staff/Student ID Ready)
*Discounts cannot be combined and only include the camp registration fee (discounts don't include early drop-off or late pick-up fees).
Any current issued Gift Certificates can not be applied towards Performance, Wolfpack (Week 9) or Eureka Multi-Sport camps as these camps are partnerships with outside groups.
Gift Certificates can not be split over two or more weeks and no change or refunds can be issued. In the case of a medical cancelation or cancelation prior to the start of camp please contact the sport camp office as soon as possible.
Please foward any inquiries to 250.852.7135 or email@example.com
Our Cancellation Policy
If for any reason a camper cannot attend a camp after registration is completed TRU Sport Camps reserve the right to hold back 20% of the billed total. If a camper cannot attend after they have started a camp the days they participated in will be non-refundable. TRU Sport Camps reserves the right to cancel a camp if there are less than 5 registered campers.
Please forward any questions or inquiries to 250.852.7135 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Info for the Campers and Parents
Please familiarize yourself with the following protocols so everyone can have a fun and safe summer! Any questions regarding protocols should be brought to the Camp supervisors.
Each camp, as well as who is instructing, will be displayed on the front of each table. Each camper must be signed in by their parent/guardian. Following sign-in, campers may go have free playtime in the gym. At 8:55 (or 12:55), all kids come up from the gym and go to their table. At that, time instructors will go over expectations for the week. Please read and familiarize yourself and the campers with them prior to the start of camp so everyone can have a smooth, fun week.
- No swearing/fighting/bullying
- Stay with your group
- Keep your table/area where you played clean
- Tell the instructor when you need to leave (water, bathroom)
- Lunch and snack not over until all garbage is picked up and bags are organized - Sitting while eating, eat behind the last table
- Don’t abuse equipment
- No phones, bottle flipping, toys stay in bags during camp hours
- Money stays put away
- On Friday’s water guns remain empty and in bag until we arrive at the water fight area
For lunch, campers get approximately 20 minutes to eat, they must be seated while eating and behind the last table. Once all campers’ garbage is properly disposed of, and their lunch kits and bags are re-organized, they are able to play in the gym. Every day there will be an organized game taking place in half the gym as well as an option for free play over the lunch hour. Each camp will also have a snack break (about 15min), for full day campers this means they will need enough food for three breaks.