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Food & Emergencies


BREAKFAST & SNACK Breakfast and PM Snack will be distributed daily. Breakfast will be served until 9:30am and snack will be served around 3:30pm. Breakfast and daily snack are provided at no extra cost from Northern Illinois Food Bank and a menu will be posted each month. If your camper needs a special snack, please send one with them. LUNCH A lunch will need to be packed and brought from home daily. If a lunch is forgotten, one will be provided for your child at the cost of $10, due at the time of pick-up.


MEDICAL EMERGENCIES All Belvidere Park District staff is First Aid/CPR/AED certified. Camp carries a fully equipped first aid kit with them at all times. In the case of minor injuries; the injury will be assessed, first aid will be administered, and an accident report or minor accident report will be filled out with a copy being given to the parent upon request.


In the event that a child is seriously injured at camp, parents are notified immediately and staff is required to call the Emergency Medical Services who will transport the camper to nearest hospital or hospital of choice (in the event that a parent cannot be reached). Staff is not allowed to transport campers, but will accompany the camper to the nearest hospital.


Your authorization for Belvidere Park District staff to take whatever emergency medical measures deemed necessary is understood to be part of this agreement.


EMERGENCY CONTACTS & PICK UP PROCEDURE You are required to provide at least two emergency contacts, with at least one being able to reach our main camp location within 20 minutes. These contacts MUST be listed on your child’s Emergency Contact/Pick-Up Form. These Emergency Contacts will be contacted when parents/guardians are unavailable and your child is sick, injured, or still at camp after the program ends. The emergency contact person MUST show a state issued photo ID when picking the child up. No one other than emergency contacts listed will be able to pick your camper up from camp. If there are to be any changes, it must be put in writing. This is required for the safety of your child. To make changes or additions; see Camp Staff.


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