Your child’s safety is our highest priority. Our staff training includes emergency procedures, CPR and First Aid. We strive to maintain counselor/camper ratios that far exceed those mandated by the American Camping Association. For children entering first grade, we apply a 1:6 ratio; for children entering second and third grade, we apply a 1:7 ratio, etc. Two certified lifeguards (in addition to counselors) supervise swimming. When on field trips, contact is maintained with the base camp by means of mobile communication.
In case of a medical emergency, G-d forbid, parents (or guardian) and family doctor (listed on the registration papers) will be contacted immediately.
The wearing of a CGI t-shirt is mandatory on trip days and will be available for purchase prior to the start of camp. We suggest purchasing 2 shirts.
The Camp does not take responsibility for any personal items brought to camp.
Personal sports equipment such as baseball bats, hockey sticks, sports balls, etc will be stored by the counselor and used under staff supervision.
All medication to be administered during camp hours must be clearly marked with camper's name. A separate note containing dosage instruction and parent signature must be sent as well.
Parents wishing to have their child released during camp to anyone other than themselves or their designated substitute must make prior arrangements with the camp Director.
Extended care hours and financial assistance, based on need, are available.
We offer Hebrew Tutoring during extended care hours.