Summer Camp 2021
3 - 13
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
July 5th - Sept 3th
The health and safety of children and staff in our facility is our goal. We strive to create safe spaces for the children and staff that use them everyday, and we are working with Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health (WDGPH) to make that happen. As a result, some regular routines, procedures and physical spaces may have been change to control and prevent the transmission of COVID-19. Here are some changes that Bulldog has established to enforced to prevent the spread of COVID:
*Staff and children must be screened outside for symptoms each day before entering the facility and parents must not enter the facility.
*Staff and children who are unwell are not allowed to enter the facility and are sent home.
*Bulldog has enhanced cleaning and disinfecting procedures. This includes frequent and detailed cleaning and disinfecting of highly touched surfaces and objects.
*In order to maintain physical distance between children and staff throughout the day we established: smaller groups, staggering lunchtime and outdoor playtime, and creating activities children can enjoy themselves.
*To promote social distancing, if parents need to contact staff about anything, please do so over the phone or through email.
What Happens if a child develops symptoms while at Summer Camp?
A child that shows symptoms will be moved away from other children and supervised until parents or guardians can pick up their child.
Parents or guardians of the child will be called right away and asked to come pick up their child.
The supervising staff will try to keep a 2 metre distance from the ill child and will wear a mask and PPE.
You will be asked to take your child to be tested for COVID-19.
What if another child or staff has symptoms or tests positive for COVID-19?
Anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 will be asked to be tested for COVID-19.
Anyone who was in contact with the individual who developed symptoms, will be grouped together, during their time at Bulldog, until more is known about the test results or further direction is received from the Public Health.
If a staff or child tests positive for COVID-19, Public Health will work with Bulldog to determine if other staff or children need to be tested or go home and self-isolate for 14 days.
Who can i call if i have a question?
Parents and families may call the WDGPH, COVID-19 Call Centre at: 1-800-265-7293 or 519-822-2715 ext 7006
Guelph Bulldog at: 519-836-3838 or email at:
All weeks include sports, games, music/drama, arts and crafts, cooking and science. Each weeks activities etc. will be geared toward the theme.
Cooking camps are an option and would be best suited for ages 5 and up.
Kids pick their favorite activities throughout the day. We always offer options so no child is doing an activity they don't like.