FAQs

Trinity Summer Camp FAQ

Trinity Summer Camp Camp FAQs

1.   What are Camp Forms and Do I Need Them?

Trinity Summer Camp requires important forms to be completed and submitted to our office for each camper before they can attend our camp. We can not permit campers to attend our camp who have not completed and submitted their forms. Registration, Health, Consent, Pick-Up, and Medical forms are required.

Download & Print Forms Here

Important Note: All required camp forms must be filled out completely to be accepted. If you don’t know how to finish a form, please ask us for assistance. 



2.   Do I Need to Complete the Medication & Medical Forms for My Child to Attend the First Day?

YES, your child will not be permitted at camp until all medical forms are completed and the proper medication is provided. The regular health inventory does not require a doctor’s signature.



3.   What Should My Child Bring to Camp?

Trinity Summer Camp asks that each camper come prepared for indoor and outdoor fun. Nothing ruins a good time faster than a sunburn or spending the day in wet clothes. Please be sure to prepare your child before they arrive at camp.

Important Note: Please label everything your child brings to camp.

Green Group: Campers entering PreK or Kindergarten
Change of clothes*
Snack
Sunscreen*
Water Bottle
Lunch
Towel, Mat, or Blanket*
If you your child naps, send in whatever you would like them to have for nap time*

*Will be kept in cubby until the end of the week

Red & Orange Groups: Campers Entering 1st Grade

Change of clothes*
Snack
Sunscreen*
Water Bottle
Lunch

*Will be kept in cubby until the end of the week

Blue, Yellow, Purple, Middle School, and Sports Camp Groups
Campers Entering Grades Two through Eight

Snack
Sunscreen
Water Bottle
Lunch


 
4.   Should I Send My Child to Camp Wearing Sunscreen in the Morning?

YES! Campers usually spend the mornings outside, so please bring your child to camp with sunscreen already applied. Our Camp Staff will reapply sunscreen, as needed, throughout the day. 



5.   When/Where Do You Go to the Pool?

Trinity Summer Camp privately leases Hopewell Mini Water Park from The Columbia Association. We go to the pool weekly on Wednesdays, except during weeks 1 and 2. Our first pool day is June 27th. We leave the Trinity Summer Camp campus at 11:30 am and return at 3:30 pm. 



6.   What Should My Child Bring on Swim Days?

All Trinity Summer Campers should be prepared for pool days as described below. It’s best to put each child’s belongings in a backpack, as they are easier to carry that way. 

Important Note: Each camper should arrive at Trinity Summer Camp ready to swim, with their swim suit on and sunscreen applied. Please label everything your camper brings to the pool. 

Backpack (easier for kids to carry than the bags)
Towel
Change of Clothes
Sunscreen (to re-apply)
Water Bottle
Snack(s)
Lunch (if not buying Chic-fil-a)



7.   What is Available at the Snack Bar? When Will Campers Go to the Snack Bar?

At Trinity Summer Camp, we work to provide healthier options for our campers to fuel their summer fun. Some examples of items to be provided at snack bar are: Skinny Pop popcorn, Honest Company juices, Gatorade, ice cream, Veggie Straws, and chocolate chip cookies. All of the snacks and drinks will cost between $0.50 and $1.50. 

Campers are allowed to visit the snack bar every day except Wednesdays (because of the pool). The snack bar opens right before lunch time, and our counselors will escort younger campers to the snack bar to help them with choices and currency. 

Important Note: Campers with food allergies are NOT permitted to purchase snacks from the snack bar. 



5.   Does Trinity Summer Camp Provide Snacks?

Trinity Summer Camp provides ice pops at the end of the day (around 3:30/3:45). We do not provide a morning snack. Campers should bring a snack from home to enjoy in the morning (around 10:30 am).

Important Note: If your child has any food allergies, you must provide written permission for them to receive an ice pop. If you do not wish your child to receive an ice pop, you may send in an alternate treat. 



6.   Do you Offer Lunch? If Yes, on What Days?

Trinity Summer Camp provides lunch options as described below on select days. Otherwise, your camper will need to bring a packed lunch to camp. While we do have a snack bar with healthier options, snacks are not a suitable replacement for a proper packed lunch. 

Chic-Fil-A
Every Wednesday (will be delivered to the pool on pool days)
Includes: Chicken Nuggets, Bag of Chips, Bottle of Water
Cost: $6 per meal

Pizza:
Every Friday
Includes: Pizza by the Slice
Cost: $2/slice 



7. Does Trinity Summer Camp have a Late Pickup Policy?

Trinity Summer Camp does have a Late Pickup Policy.  Details are outlined below, or you can download a copy of the policy here. 

   - Regular Camp ends at 4:00 pm
   - After Care Option #1 ends at 5:00 pm
   - After Care Option #2 ends at 6:00 pm

All Trinity Campers must be picked up by their parent or legal guardian at the time arranged during Camp and After Care registration. Children picked up AFTER the arranged time incur a $20 fee for the first 10 minutes, and $2 for each additional minute - per child.

Please remember: We staff our camp according to the number of children registered, and are required to pay our staff additional funds when they stay late to supervise campers.



5.   Does Trinity Summer Camp Provide Snacks?

Trinity Summer Camp provides ice pops at the end of the day (around 3:30/3:45). We do not provide a morning snack. Campers should bring a snack from home to enjoy in the morning (around 10:30 am).

Important Note: If your child has any food allergies, you must provide written permission for them to receive an ice pop. If you do not wish your child to receive an ice pop, you may send in an alternate treat. 


5.   Does Trinity Summer Camp Provide Snacks?

Trinity Summer Camp provides ice pops at the end of the day (around 3:30/3:45). We do not provide a morning snack. Campers should bring a snack from home to enjoy in the morning (around 10:30 am).

Important Note: If your child has any food allergies, you must provide written permission for them to receive an ice pop. If you do not wish your child to receive an ice pop, you may send in an alternate treat. 


5.   Does Trinity Summer Camp Provide Snacks?

Trinity Summer Camp provides ice pops at the end of the day (around 3:30/3:45). We do not provide a morning snack. Campers should bring a snack from home to enjoy in the morning (around 10:30 am).

Important Note: If your child has any food allergies, you must provide written permission for them to receive an ice pop. If you do not wish your child to receive an ice pop, you may send in an alternate treat. 


5.   Does Trinity Summer Camp Provide Snacks?

Trinity Summer Camp provides ice pops at the end of the day (around 3:30/3:45). We do not provide a morning snack. Campers should bring a snack from home to enjoy in the morning (around 10:30 am).

Important Note: If your child has any food allergies, you must provide written permission for them to receive an ice pop. If you do not wish your child to receive an ice pop, you may send in an alternate treat. 
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