What happens in the event of inclement weather?

In the event of inclement weather that causes an outdoor trip to be changed, we will locate an alternate activity. If it is a swimming day, we will make every effort to find an indoor pool for that day that is able to accommodate us. In any event, we will go on some type of activity such as a movie or bowling. If the inclement weather can be predicted with a fair level of confidence such as an extreme heat day or a definite rain event that we know about a few days ahead of time, we may shift the itinerary for that week to fit the weather, such as changing a bowling trip to a day that will be rainy and moving the swim day to the bowling day, etc. You will receive communication about any changes that are made in advance.

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1. When will the required camp forms be available and when do they need to be completed?
2. When will the daily camp itinerary be available?
3. Can I use the paperwork from other PRCS camps for the Trip Camp?
4. The camp operates from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Does that mean that my child has to be in camp from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.?
5. What happens if a trip is returning late to the center?
6. If my child forgets to bring lunch, sunscreen, camp shirt, swim suit, etc., what do we do in those circumstances?
7. If my child arrives at the center after the trip has already left, what happens?
8. Can I pick my child up from the destination if they have a doctor’s appointment, sports event, etc.?
9. Is my elementary child allowed to go with their older sister / brother? I want them to be together.
10. What is the camper to staff ratio?
11. Can my child wear flip flops on pool days?
12. What is your policy on food containing nuts?
13. Do you provide camp shirts?
14. What happens in the event of inclement weather?
15. Where do I pick up and drop off my child each day?
16. Should I send my child with extra spending money?
17. What is the camp policy on personal electronics?
18. May I go on the trip with my child?
19. Why does my child have to take a swim test when they already know how to swim and I completed the swim ability form?
20. My child has medications that need to be taken during camp. How should I handle this?
21. Why does my child have to stay on the bus when they arrive back at the center while I wait outside for them to be released one by one?
22. When is my camp tuition due?
23. Should I send a reusable water bottle to camp with my child?
24. What happens if I have a question that is not addressed here?