Registration for camp will be done on a first come, first-serve basis. All registration materials including any health forms, and a copy of the camper's most recent physical, vaccination records and any applicable payments must be received in order to complete the registration process. Failure to submit any of these items may result in the camper being unable to attend camp
INJURIES / ILLNESSES
Should a camper become ill or injured while at camp, the parents or guardians will be contacted to arrange a pickup. Campers will receive first-aid from a certified staff if necessary. In the case of a critical injury or illness, local EMS will be contacted as well. Campers sent home from the gym with an injury or illness may be required to submit a doctors note in order to return.
REFUNDS AND TRANSFERS
If a cancellation is received by June 1st, a full refund will be issued. If a cancellation is received after June 1st, a 50% refund will be processed. Once a child's registration has been processed, and the child fails to attend, experiences incomplete attendance, or is dismissed for any reason, no refund or transfer of fees will be made. Transfers from one session to another are subject to availability and are at the discretion of the camp director.
Campers should bring their own snacks, lunch, and drinks daily. NEAG will have snacks and drinks available for purchase. However, these should not be relied on as a child's primary lunch. Please note that we take food allergies seriously, and do not allow sharing of food between campers.
WHAT TO WEAR
While doing gymnastics, your child should wear clothing that is
comfortable and breathable. Leotards are appropriate for girls, and shorts/t-shirts work well for boys. All jewelry should be removed prior to doing gymnastics. Bare feet are required for gymnastics, but socks/shoes may be worn during non-gymnastics times.
PICK-UP / DROP-OFF PROCEDURES
All campers must be signed in, and out of camp each day by an authorized adult. All parent contacts, and emergency contacts listed on the camper's account are automatically authorized to pick up from camp. Additionally, families should add any additional authorized individuals as an "authorized pickup" in the contacts section of their account.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
According to to MA State Law, each child must have a physical examination, and an up-to-date immunization record signed by a physician to attend camp. Parents/caregivers must submit a copy of these records prior to the start of camp. Campers will NOT be permitted to be at camp in any capacity without these forms on file. This camp must comply with regulations of the MDPH and be licensed by the MBH. Parents have the right to review all camp policies at any time.