What if my child does not know how to swim?

The first day of camp each week campers who have not yet attend camp will do a “swim test” in front of the lifeguards. This test just consists of them swimming from one end of the shallow 3’ end of the pool to the other. If they can make it across without touching their feet to the bottom, they have passed. If they do not pass or show difficulty in this task, they will be restricted to the shallow end of the pool. 

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1. When does the registration for summer camp begin?
2. How do I register?
3. What is required for registration?
4. Do I have to sign up for all 8-weeks?
5. How is information about camp communicated?
6. What do the kids do at summer camp?
7. Are the counselors CPR certified?
8. What is the age range of kids at camp?
9. What if I signed up for a week but my kid/kids can no longer attend?
10. What time is drop-off and pick-up?
11. Who can pick my kids up from camp?
12. What is the drop-off and pick-up procedure?
13. Can I drop my kids off later in the day or pick them up early?
14. What will my kids need to bring to camp every day?
15. What if my child leaves something at camp?
16. What happens if it raining/bad weather?
17. What if my child does not know how to swim?
18. What are my payment options for camp?