WHAT DOES A KIDS ON TRACK DAY CAMP LOOK LIKE?
Each morning includes singing, drama, puppets, crafts, sporting activities, and character building lessons all around a central theme of the day. Character building themes such as conquering fears, kindness, patience, and perseverance through tough times are taught in an engaging and creative way. The Kids On Track summer program includes Christian content such as Bible stories, prayer, scripture verses, and Christian songs presented in a child friendly manner. Children from any faith background are welcome to attend.
Each afternoon includes fun-filled activities such as: swimming, biking, low ropes, archery, and trips to places such as the Edmonton Valley Zoo, John Janzen Nature Center, trampoline parks, and Fort Edmonton Park.
Field trips will be posted on our calendar as they are confirmed.
Parents are responsible for dropping off and picking up their children on time at the school site.
Field trips/activities are subject to change without notice due to weather and/or availability. The back-up activity is often swimming so please send your child with swimsuits every day.
WHAT TO BRING?
Parents must provide a bag lunch. Microwaves are NOT available. Kids On Track provides an afternoon snack.
Appropriate clothing for the weather
Running shoes or sport sandals (no flip flops).
Own helmet for bike days- if you do not have one, Kids On Track can supply your child with one for the day!
Kids On Track does not take responsibility for lost or damaged items. Labeling of items is helpful and recommended.
WHAT TO LEAVE AT HOME?
Electronics including cell phone, iPod, iPad, video games etc.-- we have an UNPLUG policy! Any electronics will be kept by leaders in a safe place until the end of the day.
Toys, books, comics