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  • Note Date changes for 2017. Attached you will find our Camper application and information package for the summer of 2017. Please read and fill out all the necessary information.

    New information for 2017.

    • Senior, Campers Grade 9 and up begins on Friday, June 30 until Wednesday, July 12
      • Transportation will be provided:
        -To Camp Friday, June 30
        -From Camp Wednesday, July 12
    • Junior A Camp ages 5 to 10 begins Friday, July 14 until Friday, July 21
      • Transportation will be provided:
        -To Camp Friday, July 14
        -From Camp Friday, July 21
    • Junior B Camp ages 10 – 13 begins Friday, July 21 until Friday, July 28
      • Transportation will be provided:
        -To Camp Friday, July 21
        -From Camp Friday, July 28
    • Special Camp begins on Friday, July 28 until Friday, Aug 4
      • Transportation will be provided:
        -To camp Friday, July 28
        -From camp Friday, Aug 4
    • Bus departure time is 10:00 am each Friday from the Bob Rumball Centre for the Deaf, 2395 Bayview Ave
    • Bus going to Camp from Barrie will be there at 11:00am
    • Transportation home bus will be in Barrie at 10:30am and BRCD at 12 noon
    • The Barrie location for pick up and drop off will be the north bound On Route Gas Plaza north of Mapleview exit in Barrie. The actual address is 200 Fairview Rd, Barrie, ON
    • Campers being dropped off at camp: Campers are to arrive between noon and 3pm
    • We ask parents to drop their camper and leave so that their child can get settled into the program.
    • Parental visits must be arranged and approved by the Camp Director, Derek Rumball.
    • Note that the information you have provided regarding transportation will be strictly adhered to in an attempt to insure the safety of your child. Any changes to the above information must be made in writing a full day prior to your child’s last day at camp and faxed to 416 447-7465 and or scanned and emailed to deafcamp@bobrumball.org. It must show a hand written signature of the parent, guardian or caregiver.
    • If there is any dispute your child will remain at camp and it will be your responsibility to pick him/her up.
    • An additional charge of $80.00/day will be incurred by the parent.
    • Blackberry, IPhones, Cellphones are NOT allowed. It disrupts our program and on occasion ends up having a negative impact on the camper and the camp itself. We are asking parents to keep their children’s devices at home.
    • We will not be responsible whatsoever for the care and safety of personal electronic devices such as: game boys, PSP, blackberries or cell phones, iPods, iPads or any other personal items of value that should have been left at home.
    • The camp does not provide internet access. There will be no means of Facetiming or Skyping with your camper, unless there is an emergency.
    • Your camper will not need any money. The Tuck shop is included in your Camp fee.
    • Subsidy requests must be made by May 1, 2017. Requests must be made in writing with justification of your need. Approvals of subsidies are at the discretion of the Camp Director. Subsides of up to 50% of campers fees are offered.
    • Unless otherwise stated, your camper’s image and likeness may be used on social media. This includes Facebook, Instagram, Youtube and Twitter. Please make sure you sign and return the PICTURE TAKING CONSENT FORM

    Our Senior Camp Program is targeted towards our 13 to 17 year olds. It is highly recommended that if a Camper has the ambition of being staff at the camp when they are 16, which they enroll in the Senior Camp Program.

    Our Junior A program is targeted for our Kindergarten to grade 5. Junior B program is for grade 6 to grade 8. All campers will have the opportunity to participate in activities that include typical camp activities from arts and crafts, swimming and canoeing to the more physically active and competitive activities such as water skiing, wake boarding and outdoor adventures. For more information please visit our website www.deafcamp.ca.

    Our Special Needs Campers: Is for children and adults and it’s a more relaxed "resort" type environment. Campers who require 1:1 workers and have special housing requests will be dealt with on a first come first serve basis. There are limited accommodations and everyone's request will be taken into consideration. Agency staff that are 1:1 are required to pay an additional $175.

    Incomplete applications do not secure your campers position at camp. Please see the check list.

  • Camper Information

  • Parent Guardian/Agency

  • Emergency Contact Information

Make sure you read the following documents before submitting the Camp Application: