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HEAT ALERT DAY CAMP: When the temperature is over 30 degrees with the humidity, camp will adjust all regular activities and run a low impact program. A low impact program includes:
– Frequent water breaks (every 20 minutes or less)
– Activities that are not physically demanding (i.e. crafts, passive activities, water games, etc.)
– Spending large amounts of time in cooler indoor space or in the shade
– Closely monitor campers, staff and volunteers for signs of heat stress or heat stroke

We are also attempting to secure additional pool or splash pad time, as well as required transportation to support these water play activities.

For sites without access to an indoor space that is cooler, once the temperature 38 degrees with the humidity for the majority of the day, the Regional Supervisor and/or Camp Coordinator will make arrangements to move them to an alternative location with cooler indoor space.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Day Camp Office at ​ or 905-934-9755 x 280.