What happens if someone has head lice?

If head lice are reported during programming, all parents will receive a notification from camp outlining the steps to take to ensure your child is not infected. Individual information will not be shared with the community. Carriers of head lice will not be allowed to stay at site. Any participant with head lice must be clear of infestation for a minimum of 24-hours before returning to camp.

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1. What forms need to be completed before camp starts?
2. If my child is one month shy of the minimum age requirement, can I still register for camp?
3. Are scholarships/ financial assistance available including sibling discounts?
4. Can I pick up my child early?
5. Can I drop my child off 15 minutes early?
6. Will drinking water be available to them?
7. Who do I inform if my child is absent?
8. Can I stay and observe camp in action?
9. How do you screen staff?
10. Are you able to accommodate campers with special needs?
11. What is your camp's birthday policy?
12. How can my child take their prescribed medication while at camp?
13. What happens if camp is canceled for the day?
14. What are your disciplinary plans for behavior problems?
15. I am on a waiting list, what happens next?
16. What happens if someone has head lice?
17. How do you address allergies (Epi-pen)?
18. What is ePACT?
19. Who do I contact if I have a question or concern about camp?
20. How do I make special requests?