Emma Miller Parent of a Camper
Checklist for TSPA Summer Camp
|2||School/Tennis Bag to keep everything inside|
|3||Towel and Flip Flops if we have swimming (currently we have no access to the pool)|
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Special Additions
|2 Masks per Day*|
*The City of Côte Saint-Luc has made wearing a mask a law when entering a public building. Please read the latest Health Canada guidance on masks by clicking here.
Make sure that your child has washed their hands.
Make sure that your child has a face covering.
Remind your child of the social distancing rules that the TSPA staff will enforce, i.e. stay at least 2 meters (6 feet) apart from each other.
Ensure your child will wash their hands.
Upon entering home, remove your clothes, put them in the laundry to wash, and shower.
Do not to bring any peanut-related food to the camp!
Claim up to $1000 per child for camp activities in your federal income tax return! The Quebec government allows you to claim up to $175 per week of camp. You should receive a “relevé” 24 by February 28th.
It is not a good idea to bring valuables to camp. Although it is safe to keep things within camp, these valuables can be left unattended.
As well, there is a fridge for campers registered at the CSL Tennis Club, but not for the campers registered at the Caldwell Tennis Courts or the West End Cavendish Club.