The wellness of your child is a top camp priority. That’s why throughout the day, we are staffed with a camp health director who can capably respond to illness and injury, administer first aid, and dispense medicine per doctor’s orders.
Because camper health is so important, we review health forms in advance of summer. Upon registration, and no later than May 15, you must submit:
All health forms must be dated within one year of camp’s last day, August 4, 2023.
If due to insurance reasons, your child does not have an appointment for an annual physical until after May 15, kindly submit last year’s physical exam with the understanding that your child cannot begin camp until a current exam has been approved by our health director.
Yes. Poly Summer will require that all campers have received their primary series of COVID-19 vaccines.
Health specific questions may be directed to our health director at email@example.com.
For parents, nothing is as important as knowing that your child is safe and secure. We understand this, so we’ve developed a host of safety procedures and protocols that are practiced through drills and simulations under the direction of Poly’s campus security team.
All members of our staff, from teachers to coaches, from counselors to bus loaders, are thoroughly trained in effective supervision skills. Our small camper-to-staff ratio ensures that children are closely monitored from the moment they step onto our campus through the moment they leave for home.