Summer Camp


Please Check the Weeks Your Child Will Attend

*Please make checks/money order payable to: Delanco Recreation Commission. Payments can be made by cash payments at the Delanco Township Municipal Building; PayPal (see website), or check/money order can be mailed to Summer Camp Program 770 Coopertown Rd. Delanco NJ 08075.

NOTE: Lunches will NOT be provided.

As a parent or guardian of Registered child, a minor, I give my permission for him/her to participate in Summer Day Camp Program inside Dobbins United Methodist Church, Field Trips outside of Dobbins United Methodist Church AND/OR Other Events sponsored by the Delanco Recreation Commission. I herewith authorize treatment by a qualified medical doctor in the event of a medical emergency which, in the opinion of the attending physician, may endanger his or her life, cause disfigurement, physical impairment or undue discomfort if treatment is delayed. The authority is granted only after a reasonable effort has been made to reach me.

Parent Permission/Emergency Consent for Treatment

Additional Emergency Contacts

This Permission and Consent for Treatment form is completed and signed of my own free will for the purposes of allowing particiaption in the recreation activity specified and for authorizing medical treatment under emergency circumstances in my absence.

Anti-Bullying Policy and Summer Camp Behavior Agreement

The Township of Delanco Parks and Recreation Department is committed to a safe and civil educational environment for all of our campers and staff, free from harassment, intimidation or bullying. “Harassment, intimidation or bullying” means any intentional written, verbal or physical act, when the intentional written, verbal or physical act:

Nothing in this policy requires the affected camper/staff member to possess a characteristic that is a perceived basis for the harassment, intimidation, or bullying, or other distinguishing characteristic. Harassment, intimidation or bullying can take many forms including: slurs, rumors, jokes, innuendo’s, demeaning comments, drawing cartoons, pranks, gestures, physical attacks, threats, or other written, oral or physical actions. “Intentional acts” refers to the individual’s choice to engage in the act rather than the ultimate impact of the action(s).

This policy in not intended to prohibit expression of religious, philosophical, or political views, provided that the expression does not substantially disrupt the education environment. Many behaviors that do not rise to the level of harassment, intimidation, or bullying may still be prohibited by other policies, rules, or regulations.

Counseling, corrective discipline, and/or referral to law enforcement will be used to change the behavior of the perpetrator and remediate the impact on the victim. False reports or retaliation for harassment, intimidation or bullying also constitutes violations of this policy.

The Director of the Township of Delanco Parks and Recreation Department is authorized to direct the development and implementation of the procedures addressing the elements of this policy, consistent with the complaint.

Township of Delanco Parks & Recreation Department Summer Camp Behavior Agreement

Parents: Please take a moment to review the following agreement with your camper. Signify that you both understand and agree to each statement by initialing the box. This form must be returned with the camp application and payment in ordered to be processed.

The Township of Parks and Recreation operates on a three-strike policy. The first infraction of the behavior management will result in a verbal warning between staff and camper(s). The second infraction will result in a time-out/loss of field trip privilege and notification of the parent at the end of the camp day. A third infraction will result in a conference between the camper(s), parent(s), Camp Director, a Park Ranger and the Director of Parks (if needed). This third infraction can result in the removal from the camp program. Refunds are not given for any camper who is sent home/removed from the program for disciplinary reasons

A zero tolerance policy is enforced in regards to Physical Aggression. Any camper who commits an act of physical aggression against another camper, staff member, or anyone else will be removed from camp. As a parent, you will be responsible for picking-up your camper within one hour of the decision to dismiss your child from camp. Depending on the act of aggression, your child may not be able to return to camp for the remainder of the camp program.

By signing below, I am stating that I have read and agree to abide by, all policies contained with the antibulling policy and behavior agreement. Furthermore, I certify that I have discussed all the policies, and their meanings and consequences, with my child(ren).

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