How do you support students with food allergies and special dietary needs at camp?

How do you support students with food allergies and special dietary needs at camp?

Communication is key. If you have food allergies or require any other special dietary accommodations, please be sure to notify us in advance to allow us time to accommodate your needs. 

After registration, you have the opportunity to enter more detailed information into your required Health & Safety Form. We also ask that you please notify your Camp Director prior to your first day of camp. It is crucial that your Camp Director is made aware of your needs so he or she can adequately provide guidance at meal and snack times.

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