Summer at Park strives to provide a stress-free process of preparing and registering for summer camp. Here are some helpful reminders:
A physician’s exam report within the last 12 months is required for your child(ren) to attend camp. You can find a sample in the right-hand column. This sample may be used as a template or simply as a reference. If your child(ren) will need to take medication whilst at camp, please fill out the relevant forms in the right-hand column. These may include (if pertinent to your child(ren)), the food allergy and anaphylaxis emergency care plan, asthma action plan, diabetes action plan, and/or seizure action plan. Please note, all forms must be in English.
If your child needs medication at camp, our nurse must receive it and the relevant forms before camp starts. Please make every effort to drop off any medication the Monday before your camp begins, i.e. if camp begins June 25, we need the medication by June 18.
If your camp begins June 18, you can drop off medication the preceding Saturday, June 16 between 9 a.m.-12 p.m. at 255 Goddard Ave. Brookline, MA 02445.
The camp nurse is able to give only the following over the counter: Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Tums, Benadryl, and topicals like Hydrocortisone, Topical Benadryl, and antibacterial ointment like bacitracin. Any other medication, either over the counter or prescribed, should have a doctor’s order form in order for the nurse to administer (a sample form can be found to the right). All medication should come in the original pharmacy container.
2018 SUMMER DISCOUNTS
*Discounts are applied after registration is complete and can not be combined.
Financial Assistance is no longer available for Summer at Park 2018.