COVID-19: Information for Day Camps

We’re excited to offer a safe environment for kids to connect, learn and play again during our day camps! To learn more about our day camp dates, prices and other details, please visit our Summer Camp or March Break Camp webpages.

Pine camps will adhere to provincial and municipal public health guidelines as they continue to evolve. You can check back here for the latest updates on Covid-19 related plans and policies for Summer and March Break Camp.

Please review the appropriate Handbook below for the most updated information:

Summer Day Camp 2022 Handbook

Teen Urban Summer Program 2022 Handbook

March Break Day Camp 2022 Handbook

Last updated: May 17th, 2022

 

Covid-19 Online Screening Form

All campers are expected to complete a daily screening before arriving at camp. Please monitor your camper(s) for Covid-19 symptoms. Families can use our online Covid-19 Screening Form, or consult the Toronto Public Health Screening Questionnaire.

Please note that there are situations in which participants may pass the screening, but will be required to wear a mask when attending camp. These situations include:

  • For days 6-10 after a self-isolation period of five days after a COVD-19 diagnosis.
  • If you are identified as a close contact of someone with COVID-19.
  • In public spaces, including schools and childcares, for the first 14 days following travel outside of Canada.

COVID-19 FAQs

Please keep them home and email info@pineproject.org to let us know the reason for their absence.

Consult  Toronto Public Health’s Decision Tool for Schools and/or Screening Questionnaire for further guidance.

– Updated January 18th, 2021

Please refer to Toronto Public Health’s Decision Tool for Schools and/or Screening Questionnaire to determine when your child can return to camp.

– Updated January 18th, 2021

Please consult with the Toronto Public Screening Questionnaire found here. If you have further questions related to the screening questions, please contact Toronto Public Health.

– Updated January 18th, 2021

No, but please email us at info@pineproject.org to let us know of any absences, whether related to illness or not, since we’re keeping record and must follow up with any absent families.

– Updated January 18th, 2021