HOURS OF CARE:
Monday-Friday, 6:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
C3 Kids will provide a healthy morning and afternoon snack. Campers will need to provide a lunch each day with an ice pack to ensure any refrigerated items stay cool. Please provide a refillable water bottle. A microwave is available if needed. Soda, candy, and nut products are prohibited.
C3 KIDS IS A NUT FREE FACILITY.
Sneakers are required to play on equipment and to participate in outdoor activities. Flip-flops and open toe sandals are prohibited. Even though sundresses and skirts are very pretty, they are not proper attire for summer camp. Shorts, t-shirts and a light jacket or sweatshirt are ideal. Please provide extra clothing that will be stored in their cubbie.
Campers will be able to use electronics from home once each day. Only appropriate games will be permitted. Games which include violence, blood, weapons and/or inappropriate language or harmful act on others will not be permitted. Campers will NOT be able to connect to C3 Kids Wi-Fi to utilize electronics.
Please notify the director as soon as possible if your camper’s schedule will vary. Parents are still responsible for paying the weekly summer camp fee regardless of absences, emergency closings, or agency observed holidays.
There is a one-time non-refundable Activity Fee of $60.00/camper to enroll in C3 KIDS 2021 Summer Camp. This fee will assist in covering the cost of t-shirts, field trips, presentations, etc.
The weekly payment is due and payable every Monday. A late fee of $10.00 will be assessed on late payments past the week of care. Please see the Fee Agreement for rates and other conditions.
Your camper will only be released to those that are authorized by you. Please be sure to update your authorized pick-up sheet up as needed. Any person unfamiliar to C3 Kids employees will be asked to show photo ID. C3 Kids CANNOT release your child to anyone under the age of 18.
Please see our Family Handbook on illness policies including our COVID-19 procedures. C3 Kids employees will conduct a daily health and temperature check on your camper to check for signs of illness. Any medication needs must follow our MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION POLICY that you will find in the Family Handbook. All campers must have an updated Health Assessment form completed and signed by a doctor to enroll in summer camp. Your camper’s immunization record must also be included. Because safety of your child is our primary concern all C3 Kids employees are CPR and Pediatric First Aid Certified.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE
In the event of a medical emergency regarding your camper, 911 will be called. We will then notify you.
C3 Kids employees attend regular trainings on developmentally appropriate ways to deal with behavior issues. While many issues (hitting, tantrums, bullying etc.) are age appropriate, we feel it best to re-direct the child and always reward positive behavior. We will remove any camper who is causing harm or distraction to the other campers or C3 Kids employees. The camper will be given supervised time to regain their composure, so they can re-join their peers. If you camper’s behavior becomes a constant issue, the director will request a conference with you so that we can work together to correct the behavior.
All employees of C3 KIDS are required to carry an oath of confidentiality towards all children and families enrolled. They will not discuss any issue regarding your child with anyone other than you and the administrative team at C3 KIDS.
C3 Kids reserves the right to terminate our contract and care for your child should the following occur: Non-payment of tuition, any behavior problem that is beyond our control and is compromising the safety and well-being of the other campers or C3 Kids employees, or any reason we find necessary.
C3 KIDS CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER IS LICENSED BY THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES. WE ARE MANDATED CHILD ABUSE REPORTERS.No Fields Found.