Female: As the school year draws to a close, now is the time for you to register your child for summer camp.
Male: Of course, a lot of classes to choose from. You need to make sure you know the questions to ask before you enroll as well. News Channel Five Christina Noce has your back this morning. Live in West Palm Beach with some warning signs to look out for. Christina.
Christina: Hey Mike, Ashley, good morning. There’s tons of Toronto summer camps that you can choose from. Some are more educational and some are more active. Active is really good, what a lot of parents are looking for with their child. Here at Gymnastics Revolution, we’re going to do some flips for your this morning. There are some more advanced things that I haven’t done in years, that I could probably do, but I know what my limits are. That’s kind of a big safety thing that coach Darian is going to do with the kids here. They kind of know their progression and they’re not going to force them to do something that they’re not comfortable with. We’re going to do something quick that he’s been showing me this morning. Hitting the trampoline first, right? And then tucking? Okay?
Darian: With your seat, drop on the ground just like this.
Darian: Then you bounce up and you jump up.
Christina: All right, here we go.
Darian: Drop, and [inaudible 00:00:57]. Very good.
Christina: All right. That’s kind of a safety that we did this morning. Let’s talk about safety tips for you and for your child, when you’re going to be enrolling them in a summer camp, to look out for. Make sure that the summer camp is accredited and fully insured. That is something that you can easily find online, just by making a few calls. Make sure they’re CPR trained. That they have background checks done. Ask how fast they’re going to progress your child in whatever that they’re doing. Will the camp be driving your child anywhere? The owner of Gymnastics Revolution says they take a lot of safety precautions at their gym.
David: Here, all of our coaches are certified. They’re USAG-certified. Background checked. What that means is they’re taught proper progressions.
Christina: Basically that means you’re child won’t come here on day one, and be doing the flips that we’re doing. They’re going to progress them easily. They also have two to three people at every time that are CPR trained and have a direct button to fire and rescue. Maybe by the end of the summer, you can start doing something a little more cool, by the end of the camp. Reporting live from West Palm Beach this morning, Christina Noce. WPTV, news channel five.
To understand more about summer camp certifications or if you have any concerns or questions, please contact:
Camp White Pine Summer Camps
40 Lawrence Ave W
Toronto, ON M5M 1A4