A full time registered nurse provides health care for TDC. As required by the Board of Health each child must have a current health form, completed by the camper’s physician, on file at TDC by June 1, 2015. The health form must be completed within twelve months of the closing day of camp. The completed health form must include specific dates of inoculations. The Board of Health prohibits the admittance of a camper without a completed health form.
All campers must bring a lunch and beverage to camp each day.
Trinity is a nut-aware school and does not allow peanut butter or other nut products on the premises. Please check packaged foods for traces of peanuts. If your child has a life-threatening allergy, please complete the life threatening allergy form and contact the camp office by June 1, 2015.
Each child will be placed in the group closest to his or her age or grade level. The TDC policy for group placement is that a child may be placed with one friend. The child’s friend must then request to be with your child in order to be placed in the same group. Please make sure both campers are enrolled at TDC. There are no exceptions to this policy. All requests must be in writing on the second page of the application.
Campers are brought to their homerooms each morning by their parents or caregivers and are dismissed from their classrooms.
Selby Transportation Corporation provides bus transportation. If interested contact Ira Schlusefield at 718-617-7141 or e-maill at firstname.lastname@example.org
Trinity Day Camp is licensed by the New York City Department of Health and is inspected twice yearly. The inspection reports are filed at the Bureau for Day Camps and Recreation.