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March Break Camp Registration

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Registration Information (One Per-Child)

Child's Information

First Name

Last Name

Date of Birth (DD/MM/YYYY)

Health Card Number

Does your child have a medical condition that must be addressed and/or carry medication for a medical condition?

If yes, please specify
Medical Condition

Medical Information

Please explain anything else we should be aware of

Does your child need to wear a life jacket while in the pool at all-times, regardless of the successful completion of a swimming test?

(Please note that by choosing 'No', each child will need a complete a swimming test at which time a lifeguard will determine whether a life jacket is required.)

Group A: ages 5-8, Group B: ages 9-12 $160/Week, $35/Day, Capacity Per Group: 15

Are you a returning camper, resort member or staying guest?
 New Registration Returning Campers Resort Members and Guests (ID required)
*Select Returning Campers if the child attended March Break or Summer Camp in 2016

Camp Date: Monday. March 13th - Friday, March 17th
Indicate Days Needed:  Full Week Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Parent / Guardian Information
Postal Code:
Tel (Home):
Tel (Work):
Tel (Mobile):

Emergency Contact Name & Relationship to Child





Who is authorized to pick up my child. ID must be shown at time of pick up.
Name and Relationship to Child




Payment & Liability Information
• We reserve the right to refuse admission to any child who has special needs which our staff are not equipped to address.
• Camp programming runs Monday-Friday from 9:00am-5:00pm. Child(ren) can be dropped off at 8:30am and picked up at 5:30pm.
• Lunch, snacks and water must be provided in a labelled lunch bag.
• Children must bring swimsuits and towels every day. An extra change of clothing is recommended. Camp shirts will not be provided for March Break Camp.
• We require a signed copy of our Camp Cranberry Code of Conduct submitted at the time of registration.

Liability Waiver

Camp Cranberry Code of Conduct
Thank-you for considering Cranberry for your camp needs! Please be advised that our camp is committed to the safety and happiness of all of our campers and we have implemented this Code of Conduct to preserve just that. It is important to note that all of our camp counsellors, recreation team members and lifeguards as well as management will strictly adhere to this code and ensure it is upheld by all campers and parents. If the code is violated in any way by any camper or parent thereof, it is understood that said parties will be removed from Camp Cranberry and not permitted to return. No refunds will be issued in this event.
1. It is understood that violence (physical, verbal, emotional or otherwise) will not be tolerated, whether it be directed at campers, counsellors, parents and/or Cranberry staff members.
2. It is understood that any camper/parent/staff member infected with a communicable disease will not be admitted to camp. Please note that viruses such as the common cold and head lice fall under this category. Any infected individuals will only be permitted to return to camp if/when they have been treated and a doctor’s note has been provided to Management.
3. It is understood that all campers must be fully potty trained and able to use restroom facilities of their own accord. If a camper has an accident while at camp, it is up to the discretion of Management and camp staff whether that camper will be permitted to return to camp.
4. It is understood that camp payment must be received in full at the time of registration and that spots cannot be reserved without payment under any circumstances.
5. It is understood that refunds will not be issued once payment has been processed except in extreme circumstances (ie. death in family, serious injury, serious illness). It is up to the discretion of Management to determine if/when such refunds will be allocated.
6. It is understood that any children under the age of twelve (12) will be required to complete a swim test at the beginning of each camp week. Any children deemed unfit to swim without a life jacket at the discretion of a lifeguard will be required to wear one throughout the week. Life jackets are supplied by Camp Cranberry, however campers may bring their own PFD if they so desire.
7. It is understood that no camper shall bring any food(s) containing peanuts or tree nuts to camp.
8. It is understood that campers will only be placed in the camp that corresponds with their age and that siblings/friends in different age groups will not be placed together, regardless of parent requests. This is to ensure our campers are in the environment that is best suited to their relative stage of development and that our camper-to-counsellor ratios are maintained properly.
9. It is understood that our camper-to-counsellor ratio is 1:10 for children ages 7-14 and 1:6 for campers ages 3-6. The exception to this rule is March Break Camp where camper-to-counsellor ratios are 1:8 regardless of age.
10. It is understood that any camper diagnosed with ADHD, ODD, CD or any other disorder/learning disability/physical disability must be accompanied by a PCW or facsimile thereof.
11. It is understood that any camper who consistently defies/disobeys directions from counsellors and Cranberry staff or who deliberately disrupts campers/camp programming on a regular basis may not be permitted to return to camp at the discretion of camp staff and/or Management.
12. It is understood that campers may only be dropped off or picked up by individuals who have been identified on registration forms. Anyone dropping off or picking up must be prepared to present valid photo ID (drivers’ licence, passport, health card) if requested by camp counsellors.
13. It is understood that all campers under the age of 16 must be signed in and out by a parent/guardian every day of camp.
14. It is understood that Camp Cranberry is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged items.

*Camp fees must be paid at the time of booking and is non-refundable.