MARTIAL ARTS SUMMER CAMP

Build Confidence, Learn Self-Defence!

2X DAILY MARTIAL ARTS CLASSES AND FITNESS CLASSES

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AGES
5-11

LOCATION
995 Timberlea Blvd. Unit #6, Mississauga, ON L4W 2S2

DROPOFF
8:45AM

PICKUP
5:15PM

DATE
JULY 2 – AUGUST 29, 2024

CLOSED – Civic Holiday (Mon, August 5, 2024)

WHAT TO EXPECT AT CAMP

Expect lots of fun! Campers will get to participate in a variety of creative, fun, active and exciting games, sports, arts, drama, outdoor challenges, martial arts classes taught by professionals and much more.

WANT TO JOIN THE CAMP?

Interested in the Konga’s Martial Arts Summer Camp? Click the ‘SIGN UP’ to join the camp.

SUMMER CAMP DETAILS

CAMP HOURS

Camp runs between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. each day. Campers should be signed in and out up to 15 minutes before and after Camp, respectively:

  • Sign-in time is between 8:45 and 9 a.m.
  • Sign-out time is between 4:30 and 5 p.m.

If your child is not signed out and picked up by 5 p.m., a late fee of $12 per participant will be charged every 15 minutes.

Sign-in and Sign-out Procedures

All parents/guardians, authorized pick-up persons and emergency contacts will be required to present a photo ID on the first day before Campers are released to their care. This ID must match the name provided on the Camper’s registration form.

Proof of age will be required for 5-year-old Campers. Please have government-issued proof of age available for your child on the first day of Camp.

Each Camper’s parent/guardian or authorized pick-up person must sign the Camper in and out each day.

Late Sign-in and Early Check-out

If your Camper is going to arrive after 9 a.m. or leave before 4 p.m., please contact us at 905-212-1212 or email us at [email protected]

Communicating Absences

If your Camper will be absent, please contact us at [email protected] before 8:45 a.m. to report their absence.

WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP

Campers should bring a bag or backpack containing the following items:

  1. A refillable water bottle
  2. Broad spectrum sunscreen (SPF 30 or higher to be self-applied) and insect repellent (to be self-applied)
  3. A sweater/sweatshirt
  4. Closed-toe shoes
  5. A packed lunch (see below), two snacks and three drinks
  6. 5-year-old Campers only
  7. Boxing Gloves and Shin Pads (if applicable)

All belongings will be stored in the Camper’s locker/space during the day. Please clearly label all belongings with the Camper’s full name.

Campers should not bring personal items such as electronics, cellular phones, toys or sports equipment to Camp. Konga Fitness-Martial Arts-Therapy cannot be held responsible for lost or damaged items.

There is a vending machine at the facility if the camper would like to purchase a small snack or drink while at the camp.

Lunch

Campers must bring a packed lunch, two snacks and three drinks. Refrigeration for lunches and snacks is available. Campers will also have access to a microwave or vending machine.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Please DO NOT send food containing nuts to Camp, as many Campers have severe, life-threatening allergies to nut products.

CAMPER CODE OF CONDUCT

We expect all Campers to respect each other, their camp leaders/supervisors, as well as their environment while at Camp. We also expect that no Campers will exhibit behaviour that is harmful to themselves or others.

If a Camper does not adhere to our Camper Code of Conduct or behaves in an unsuitable or unsafe manner, we will notify their registering parent/legal guardian. If it becomes necessary to remove the Camper, a partial refund may be considered. Violent behaviour or language jeopardizing the safety of others will not be tolerated and will result in termination of the enrollment.

Camper Code of Conduct

  • Respect fellow Campers, volunteers, staff and other visitors.
  • Treat people the way I would like to be treated.
  • Cooperate with Camp staff and follow their instructions.
  • Stay with my group, unless I have special permission not to be with them.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What should my Camper wear?

Campers should dress in comfortable clothing that is suited to physical activity.

For health and safety reasons, open-toed shoes, roller shoes and Crocs are not considered safe for Camp.

How will my Camper spend its Camp day?

Please see the attached Camp Schedule attached at the end of this document.

What happens to lost items?

Any lost items will be placed in the Camp’s lost and found. Any unclaimed items after the end of summer camp will be donated.

SAFETY AND SECURITY

Visitor Access to Camp

Camper’s parents/legal guardians are not permitted to enter Camp-rooms or to join in Camp activities.

Please note Konga Fitness-Martial Arts-Therapy runs its regular programs, such as personal training sessions/classes during the day. Campers will have a separate area, and their daily routine will not be affected.

Camper Care, First Aid and Medical Intervention

All Camp staff have valid Vulnerable Sector Screening Checks.

All members of Konga Fitness-Martial Arts-Therapy staff, as well as all Camp staff, are trained in First Aid and CPR-C.

The camp staff cannot administer medication to Campers. If your Camper must take medication during their Camp day, please see a Camp supervisor to discuss options. While we will do our best to remind Campers to take their medications, we cannot guarantee this.

Because Camp activities take place throughout the facility, we require Campers with EpiPens, inhalers and other life-saving medication to carry them at all times while at Camp.

Medical and Camper Support

Konga Fitness-Martial Arts-Therapy does not provide one-on-one supervision or specific medical support.

25% OFF UNTIL MAY 31st

KONGA FACILITY

KONGA has been around since 2002

10000+

Clients

Over 10,000 clients have been trained by us.

20350+

Sessions

We’ve conducted over 20,350 training sessions.

12k lbs

Weight Lost

Total amount of weight lost by Konga Fitness.

4200+

Muscle

Over 4,200 pounds of muscles have been gained by us.

900+

Lives

We’ve changed over 900 lives with our training sessions.