1. Where is the camp located?

SPRING CAMP 2016: Sarto Desnoyers Community Center

SUMMER CAMP 2016: Sarto Desnoyers Community Center

2. Are foods containing peanuts/nuts allowed in the camp?
No. Nuts and peanuts are not allowed in the camp. We rely on your cooperation to enforce this policy. If your child is allergic to peanuts/nuts, make sure the camp staff is informed.

3. Will swimming lessons be offered?

4. I paid $20 per child for pool fees at the time of registration. Can this money be put towards an aquatic membership for the summer?
Yes. The City of Dorval will have a record of campers for whom the $20 pool fee has been paid. If you are a resident of Dorval and take out an aquatic membership in the summer, this $20 will be deducted from the total cost.

5. How are the monitors trained?
Monitors receive 40 hours of training before camp begins. Training consists of instruction in first-aid, CPR, conflict resolution, team-building, arts and crafts and animation. Monitor training also includes special clinics held during the summer. All of our monitors also receive DAFA training (DAFA: Diplôme d’Aptitude aux Fonction d’Animation).

6. What are the ratios for the various age groups?
5-6 Age Group:    10 : 1
7-9 Age Group:    12 : 1
10-12 Age Group: 12 : 1

7. What if my child needs to take medication during the day?
Medication is to be given to the camp director with written instructions on how it is to be stored and administered.

8. What if I cancel a week or more?
Please see Registration & Fees 

9. What if I want to change one or more weeks?
Please see Registration & Fees 

10. Is the cost of daycare included in the camp fees?

11. What are the daycare and camp hours?
Spring  Break Hours are from 7:30am to 9:00am &  4:00pm to 6:00pm

Summer Hours are from 7:00am to 9:00am &  4:00pm to 6:00pm