Camp Information for Parents

Welcome to the Skills Ontario Summer Camp Program - thank you for registering your child!
The following forms must be reviewed and completed prior to your child arriving at camp.

MUST BE COMPLETED: Informed Consent Form

Please complete this Informed Consent Form by noon on the Friday before camp at the latest. This signed form is required for your child to participate in this program. Please be sure to indicate your optional preference for photo release and independent sign-in/out.

If the online Informed Consent Form is not completed by noon on the Friday before camp, you must print a copy (linked HERE) and bring in a physical copy on the first day of camp.

Camp Information Letter

Please read this letter for general details on what to expect at the week of camp.

What to Bring Checklist

This list will help you remember what is required to bring on the first day of camp.

Camper Code of Conduct

Please review the code of conduct carefully with your child prior to camp.

Camp FAQ

 

Updates to camp information, including homeroom number, and drop-off/pick up instructions, will be posted here in the coming months for each location as it is finalized.  Please check back! The 2022 agendas will be provided when campers are dropped off on the Monday of camp (at the latest) or posted online sooner as they become available. REMINDER: you must complete the Informed Consent Form by noon on the Friday before your camp. This form is accessible through the purple button on the top of this webpage. If you do not fill this out online before the deadline, you must print and bring in a physical copy.

 

Camp Location Details


Camp
Locations


Type of Camp

Parent Agendas
Please note: 2019 Agendas are solely for reference

Additional Info/ COVID Policies
(Subject to Change)


Drop off Location - All Pick-Up/Drop-Off details are up-to-date for 2022

July 11 - 15


                                    

 

 
 

 

Linamar, Guelph All Boys  2022
Agenda
 No Additional Requirements.

Parents can drop off and pick up campers at the front entrance.

Parent Showcase Parking is free. Park in the front of the building.

Centennial College, Toronto Co-Ed
2022
Agenda
Masks mandatory while inside campus buildings and participating in workshops led by Centennial College.

Parents/guardians must fill out this waiver and bring the signed document on the first day of camp.
Parents should use B Door Entrance for all drop offs and pick ups.
Loyalist College, Belleville Co-Ed 2022
Agenda
  Parents to drop off and pick up campers at the Link Lounge Entrance (Of the Bay of Quinte Skills Centre).
Mohawk College, Stoney Creek Co-Ed 2022
Agenda
Please visit the following link for the most up-to-date information regarding Covid policies at Mohawk College: https://www.mohawkcollege.ca/covid-19-coronavirus/updates-on-covid-19-coronavirus Parents can drop off and pick up campers at the front entrance.
Conestoga College, Kitchener

This camp will take place at both the Kitchener Campus (299 Doon Valley Dr, Kitchener) and the Cambridge Campus (850 Fountain St S, Cambridge) within the same week. Drop-off and pick-up on Monday July 11th will be at the Kitchener Campus (299 Doon Valley Dr, Kitchener), and drop-off and pick-up on Tuesday July 12th-Friday July 15th will be at the Cambridge Campus  (850 Fountain St S, Cambridge).

Co-Ed 2022
Agenda

Conestoga paused proof of vaccine and masking requirements at all campus locations on July 1. Masks will still be available at no charge and employees are strongly encouraged to consider wearing a tight-fitting, well-constructed mask in situations such as large gatherings where physical distancing is not possible.

We will continue to monitor conditions and consult with public health advisors. It may be necessary to bring back masking or vaccine requirements on short notice should the current situation change. We will share updates directly with the college community and provide information and educational resources through the COVID-19 Information hub on the Conestoga website.


Parents/guardians must fill out the Risk Acknowledgement form and bring the signed document on the first day of camp.

Monday - Doon Campus: Parents Drop-Off/Pick-Up in Woodworking Building to register at Room W7.
Tuesday to Friday - Cambridge Campus: Parent Drop-Off/Pick-Up at Door 3.

Please e-mail Sandra Pluim-Siefert (spluimsiefert@conestogac.on.ca) to register your license plate if you would like to request free parking.

Kitchener - Campus Map (Monday Drop Off/Pick Up)

Cambridge - Campus Map (Tuesday to Friday Drop Off/Pick Up)

Guest Parking Invite Instructions

Sheridan College, Brampton Co-Ed 2022
Agenda

Campers will be required to complete the Sheridan Covid-19 on-line assessment, on a daily basis, prior to attending camp. If the camper is unwell, it is preferable that they stay home. If you do not have the capacity to complete the on-line assessment from home, it will be completed at the building entrance.

 You are encouraged to download the Sheridan College app for a daily assessment at sheridancollege.ca/student-life/campus-services/safety, but can use the provinical screening isntead if preferred at use the provincial screening: covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/.

Parents/guardians must fill out this consent form and bring the signed document on the first day of camp.

Parents can drop their campers at A1 Doors. We will have a table set up there each morning to greet the campers.

Map for Drop-off

         

July 18 - 22

 

   

 
College Boreal, Timmins Co-Ed, Francophone 2022
Agenda
 Masks mandatory. Parents to drop off campers at the back entrance of the campus near the parking lot.
Georgian College, Owen Sound Co-Ed 2022
Agenda
No Additional Requirements. Please visit the following link for the most up-to-date information regarding Covid policies at Georgian College: https://www.georgiancollege.ca/coronavirus/
Parents can drop off and pick up campers at the front entrance.
Centennial College, Scarborough/Toronto Co-Ed 2022
Agenda

Masks mandatory while inside campus buildings and participating in workshops led by Centennial College.

Parents/guardians must fill out this waiver and bring the signed document on the first day of camp.

Parents should use B Door Entrance for all drop offs and pick ups.
Georgian College, Midland Co-Ed 2022
Agenda

No Additional Requirements.
Please visit the following link for the most up-to-date information regarding Covid policies at Georgian College: https://www.georgiancollege.ca/coronavirus/

Parents can drop off and pick up campers at the front entrance.
 
Parent Showcase Parking is free.
         

July 25 - 29 



   

 
Confederation College, Thunder Bay Co-Ed  2022
Agenda
Masking strongly encouraged, particularly when physical distancing is not possible. Individuals who have symptoms and/or have been confirmed to have COVID-19 should not attend any in-person learning and follow isolation guidelines as outlined at Ontario.ca/exposed. Parents can drop off and pick up campers at the front doors of Dorion building.
Georgian College, Muskoka Co-Ed 2022
Agenda
No Additional Requirements.Please visit the following link for the most up-to-date information regarding Covid policies at Georgian College: https://www.georgiancollege.ca/coronavirus/ Parents can drop off and pick up campers at the front entrance.
Humber College, Toronto Co-Ed 2022
Agenda
  Pick-up and drop off will be at North – 205 Humber College Blvd on Monday through Thursday, and will be at
110 Carrier Dr on Friday.

Parking in lot 8 at has a 20-minute grace period and therefore parents will not be charged at drop-off/pick-up if under 20 minutes. 
 
Eastern Ontario Training Board, Cornwall Co-Ed 2022
Agenda
No additional requirements in place, however work areas will be sanitized regularly. Parents can drop off and pick up campers at the main entrance.
Cambrian College, Sudbury Co-Ed 2022
Agenda
  Parents should use the John C. MacIsaac Drive entrance (off Barrydowne road immediately after the crosswalk). Students should enter the Industrial Trades Building (on the right-hand side) using the doors that are under the skywalk). A Cambrian staff member will be there on Monday morning to direct the campers to the entrance and the homeroom.

Map for Drop-off

Sault College, Sault Ste Marie --- CANCELLED ---
This camp has been cancelled.
         
August 2-5        
Humber College, Toronto Co-Ed

2022
Agenda

 No additional requirements Pick-up and drop off will be at North – 205 Humber College Blvd.
 
Parking in lot 8 at has a 20-minute grace period and therefore parents will not be charged at drop-off/pick-up if under 20 minutes. 
 
         
August 8 & 9        
Centennial College, Ashtonbee Campus FNMI Camp 2022
Agenda
Masks mandatory while inside campus buildings and participating in workshops led by Centennial College. 

Parents/guardians must fill out two waivers: one for Centennial College and one for the TTC (note: everyone who signs the TTC photo release will receive $1 as a "royalty") and then bring the signed documents on the first day of camp.
Parents should use B Door Entrance for all drop offs and pick ups.
    New location this year! Agenda from past FNMI Camp is linked above for reference.    
         

August 8 - 12 



     
Linamar, Guelph All Girls  2022
Agenda
 No Additional Requirements Parents can drop off and pick up campers at the front entrance
 
Parent Showcase Parking is free, park in the front of the building
College Boreal, Sudbury Co-Ed, Francophone  2022
Agenda
 Masks mandatory. Parents to drop off their campers at the trades door at the back of the college, top of the hill.
Conestoga College, Waterloo
This camp will take place at both the Waterloo campus (108 University Ave East, Waterloo) and Dearborn campus (139 Dearborn Place, Waterloo) within the same week.
All Girls 2022
Agenda

Conestoga paused proof of vaccine and masking requirements at all campus locations on July 1. Masks will still be available at no charge and employees are strongly encouraged to consider wearing a tight-fitting, well-constructed mask in situations such as large gatherings where physical distancing is not possible.

We will continue to monitor conditions and consult with public health advisors. It may be necessary to bring back masking or vaccine requirements on short notice should the current situation change. We will share updates directly with the college community and provide information and educational resources through the COVID-19 Information hub on the Conestoga website.

Parents/guardians must fill out the Risk Acknowledgement form and bring the signed document on the first day of camp.
Campus map.
Sault College, Sault Ste Marie Co-Ed Agenda coming soon

Sault College has made the decision to suspend our masking policy effective Friday, May 20, 2022. While masks are not required on College property starting Friday, the College supports those who wish to wear masks and encourages the use of them. Vaccination also continues to be strongly encouraged including receiving any booster vaccination shots recommended by Public Health authorities. As a general directive and for the protection of others, staff and students should not come to campus and stay home if they are feeling unwell. Using the provincial self-assessment is encouraged for specific guidance. Please visit our website for updates: https://www.saultcollege.ca/covid-19/updates

 
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August 15 - 19



 

 
Durham College, Whitby Co-Ed 2022
Agenda
Durham College is a mask-friendly college, and those who choose to wear one are respected for their decision. Public Health advises that mask-wearing and hand hygiene are effective against the spread of COVID-19 variants. For more information, please visit DC’s COVID-19 webpage.
Summer camp participants are encouraged to monitor and self-screen for symptoms before coming to campus. If you have two or more of the following symptoms, please remain at home:
•    runny nose or nasal congestion
•    headache
•    extreme fatigue
•    sore throat
•    muscle aches or joint pain
•    gastrointestinal symptoms (such as vomiting or diarrhea).
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Please see Durham College’s COVID-19 procedure should a camp participant become ill.  
All Public Health measures and campus protocols are to be followed at all times:
If a camper reports illness/symptoms while at camp:
•    The ill camper must immediately don a mask (if this can be tolerated and if not already wearing one) and be taken to the designated room for parent/guardian pick up. (We will provide this room.)
•    Contact parent/guardian to request pick-up
•    Anyone providing supervision to an individual with COVID-19 symptoms must use appropriate precautions, including wearing a medical
mask, and maintaining a distance of at least 2 metres at all times
•    Camper is required to remain off until approved return date is provided.
•    The Skills Ontario team will notify the college at casemanagement@durhamcollege.ca, providing the camper’s name and location on the date when camper became ill. The casemanagement@durhamcollege.ca mailbox will provide initial directions. The mailbox is actively monitored and additional questions or concerns will be addressed.

If an individual reports illness/symptoms within 48 hours of being in attendance at camp
•    Report to casemanagement@durhamcollege.ca. Include the last day at camp and the date illness/symptoms began.

All reporting to casemanagement@durhamcollege.ca is considered confidential and will be used to monitor case reporting and assess whether or not risk mitigation efforts must be implemented to reduce the spread of COVID-19 within the campus community.

Map for Drop-off

Daily drop off & pick up of campers to be done via the small parking lot accessed off Stellar Drive (Lot B).
St. Clair College, Windsor Co-Ed  2022
Agenda
Masks are no longer required. Parents to drop off at the front of the Ford Centre for Excellence (right next to the pond at the Huron Church Entrance).  Collect at the pond on nice days or in the lobby of the Ford Centre in the case of rain/extreme heat.
Conestoga College, Guelph Co-Ed 2022
Agenda

Conestoga paused proof of vaccine and masking requirements at all campus locations on July 1. Masks will still be available at no charge and employees are strongly encouraged to consider wearing a tight-fitting, well-constructed mask in situations such as large gatherings where physical distancing is not possible.

We will continue to monitor conditions and consult with public health advisors. It may be necessary to bring back masking or vaccine requirements on short notice should the current situation change. We will share updates directly with the college community and provide information and educational resources through the COVID-19 Information hub on the Conestoga website.

Parents/guardians must fill out the Risk Acknowledgement form and bring the signed document on the first day of camp.
Parent Drop-off: Main entrance or side entrances – the room is in the middle of the campus and accessible by any door. The front door would likely be best for flow-through purposes (if parents need assistance the main office is right there).
 
Please e-mail Sandra Pluim-Siefert (spluimsiefert@conestogac.on.ca) to register your license plate if you would like to request free parking.
Sheridan College, Brampton Co-Ed  2022
Agenda

Campers will be required to complete the Sheridan Covid-19 on-line assessment, on a daily basis, prior to attending camp. If the camper is unwell, it is preferable that they stay home. If you do not have the capacity to complete the on-line assessment from home, it will be completed at the building entrance.

You are encouraged to download the Sheridan College app for a daily assessment at sheridancollege.ca/student-life/campus-services/safety, but can use the provinical screening isntead if preferred at use the provincial screening: covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/.

Parents/guardians must fill out this consent form and bring the signed document on the first day of camp.

Parents can drop their campers at A1 Doors. We will have a table set up there each morning to greet the campers.

Map for Drop-off

         
August 22 - 26        
Sheridan College, Brampton  Co-Ed  2022
Agenda

Campers will be required to complete the Sheridan Covid-19 on-line assessment, on a daily basis, prior to attending camp. If the camper is unwell, it is preferable that they stay home. If you do not have the capacity to complete the on-line assessment from home, it will be completed at the building entrance.

You are encouraged to download the Sheridan College app for a daily assessment at sheridancollege.ca/student-life/campus-services/safety, but can use the provinical screening isntead if preferred at use the provincial screening: covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/.

Parents/guardians must fill out this consent form and bring the signed document on the first day of camp.

Parents can drop their campers at A1 Doors. We will have a table set up there each morning to greet the campers.

Map for Drop-off