We have a wonderful staff team. The Kids camps are led by Julie Wormald. We also hire 15-20 university students for the summer who love kids and have a lot of energy. They lead and run activities with the kids. Along side our university students high school aged students come and volunteer for the week. They are coached through the week and bring a lot to the camp.
Please have your child bring a packed lunch, snack and water bottle everyday. We do offer a tuck shop at camp where children are provided the chance to purchase inexpensive candy and snacks. If you would like your child to participate in the tuck shop we recommend a max amount of $5 for the week. We have a camp bank system where we will keep track of your child’s money for them.
Many children attending Camp Trinity have specific allergies and some can be life-threatening. We take these allergies seriously, and do all we can to reduce the risk of exposure. We ask that campers do not bring snacks or food from home that may contain nuts. All campers who carry an EpiPen are asked to have it with them at all times They will be asked to wear a specific wristband that alerts our staff to their health concerns.
There will be days that your child will need their bathing suit, towel, sunscreen etc. please check the schedule (to be emailed in June) to know when they are going swimming or around water. There will be places for your child to leave their lunch and belongings at the church.
Drop off and pick up
We ask that you drop your child off inside the church and sign-in every morning. Please allow a few extra minutes on Monday for sign-in and registration. When picking your child up, please have your ID ready so that we can ensure your child is only sent home only with those who have been authorized by you.
Things to leave at home
Please leave all electronic devices (including cell phones), toys, valuables, nice clothes and any other expensive or potentially harmful items at home.
When we go standup paddle boarding and canoeing all kids will be provided with a life jacket. For those not wanting to get wet there are also options to just go canoeing. When we go swimming at Streetsville outdoor pool all kids need to take a swimming test to go into the deep end. There are also life jackets provided and many staff who are hands on with the kids at all times.