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SOS Summer Rec Program (SRP) is a drop-in day camp for all kids aged 6 (by August 31st, 2017) to 11, and for Junior Mentors aged 12 to 16. We are committed to providing a safe, fun, and wholesome environment for your child. We believe in respecting rules, ourselves, and others, as well as participating in a variety of activities that encourage movement and exercise social skills. The focus of SRP is to learn and teach each other how to treat one another with utmost respect. We encourage all participants (staff and campers) to grow in this learning and to share each other’s experiences, no matter their religion, race, culture, and creed. We strive to achieve a summer of creativity and making friends, and to foster in every child a sense of self-worth and high self-esteem. SRP will provide the parents and guardians with a calendar of activities. This will give you an overview of what we will be doing and our whereabouts, so you may be able to determine what your children will need to bring with them. Though this may change, we will give you ample warning so you may have enough time to prepare for the changes. We will always begin and end our day at the drop-off/pick-up location, but will be walking or taking public transit to and from locations throughout the city, depending on the activity for the day. SRP believes that the role of parenting lies with that child’s parent or guardian. The staff are known as Mentors, and takes that role seriously. We are not there to discipline your child but to nurture and care for them in a healthy and mature way. The Mentors act as a positive adult role model that guides and supports children by offering skills that will lead them to create solutions for themselves. We are trained in conflict resolution, building resiliency, first-aid, positive thinking, healthy relationship building, mindfulness, Mental Health First Aid, and other skills relating to building capacity for rational thinking. Rest assured, we will do what we can in giving your children the support they need, but will not hesitate to call you when their behaviour becomes inappropriate (sexual or violent) or extremely difficult to manage (overly defiant). We encourage parents and guardians to keep an open communication with the SRP staff, if you ever need support for your child. We are a helping agency and want to do the best we can to find the resources that you need, for you and your child. To see a copy of our full program manual and policies, please speak to one of the staff members.  
  • SRP does not provide lunch. Please pack enough lunch and snacks for the day. No peanut or high allergen products.
  • RP is not able to provide Inclusive Child Care. Children needing such services (at school or in other group settings) must have a Child Development Supervisor (formerly Level Three) with him/her for the duration of the camp.
  • It is the staff’s responsibility to inform the parent/guardian 24 hours prior to any changes that will affect a child who attends the program. Communication will be done via e-mail.
  • Program staff is not responsible for lost or stolen items while at the program or on a field trip.
  • Program staff does not supply any amount of money to the children for any reason.
  • Email communication ( is the most efficient form of communication for SRP. If at any time a parent/guardian needs to speak to a staff member; an appointment must be made by phone (780) 743-8605. SRP staff will be available from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. and from 4:30 to 5:00 p.m.
1. I hereby voluntarily release Some Other Solutions and their agents and employees from any liability whatsoever, regarding the child’s attendance at the S.O.S. Summer Rec. Program. I understand all risks inherent in my children’s participation in SRP. 2. I hereby authorize SRP staff to secure medical advice and services, as they deem necessary for the health and safety of my children, agreeing to accept financial responsibilities resulting in injuries and accidents. 3. I am responsible to supply my children with the necessary supplies listed in the program details portion of this registration form. 4. I understand that my children must be dropped off between 8:30 and 9:00 a.m., and picked up between 4:00 and 4:30 pm, at the MGA drop- off/pick-up location. 5. Any abusive or disrespectful language and behaviour from me or my children to SRP staff and participants will not be tolerated. Any such behaviour and other behaviours that may result in the harm of the staff and the children of SRP, will result in the suspension from SRP 6. I understand that my children will be taking public transit with SRP. The trip may include going to various locations in Fort McMurray exceeding 10 km from MGA or weather permitting. I will be given warning when the group will be travelling by public transit. 7. I understand that SRP is an independent-play camp. If my child has inclusive child care provided to him/her in school and out of school programs, I understand that SRP does not provide such services and I hereby assume the responsibilities of providing this service for him/her for SRP. All coordination (monetary and otherwise) will be arranged by the parent/guardian and inclusive childcare provider prior to attending SRP.


Consent for Drop-off and Pick-up Alternatives:

I hereby give permission for the following persons, other than myself, to drop-off and pick-up my children from SRP:

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY I hereby grant Some Other Solutions (SOS) the right to reproduce, use, exhibit, display, broadcast, distribute, and create derivative works of the photographed images of my child for use in connection with the activities of SOS or for promoting, publicizing or explaining the SOS or its activities. This media release includes, without limitation, the right to publish such images in the SOS promotional materials, such as, but not limited to marketing admissions, publications, advertisements, fund-raising materials, and any other SOS related publication. This Images may appear in any of the wide variety of formats and media now available to SOS and that may be available in the future, including but not limited to print, broadcast, video, CD-ROM, and electronic/online media.