To Be Added to a Wait List
If a session is marked as (Full)
, add your child to the waitlist option on the registration page. Please be prepared to include the following information and if a spot becomes available you will be contacted:
- Your name
- Your home phone number
- Your cell phone number
- Your child's name
- Your child's birthday
Summer Camp Cancel & Refund Information
What should a parent do if their child is going to be absent?
If your child is going to be absent or arriving after 9:00 am for ANY reason, please contact the Nature Center office at (201) 568-6093. You may leave a message if your call is outside office hours — please try to call before 9:00 am each day your child will be absent. Refunds will not be given for absence.
Signs to note if a child is too ill to attend camp?
A few sniffles or a dry cough are okay, but if a child has a fever over 100°F, diarrhea, vomiting, a sore throat, a rash, red draining eyes, thick yellow or green nasal discharge, please keep them at home until 24 hours AFTER these symptoms are resolved or a note from your doctor is sent to camp stating that the child can attend. If your child is diagnosed with an infection, it is very important to keep him/her out of camp for at least 24-48 hours AFTER starting antibiotics to prevent the spread of infection.
Other health reasons a child may not attend camp
A camper who shows symptoms of any of the following communicable diseases will not be allowed at camp without a note from a doctor or specialist:
- Chicken pox
- German measles (rubella)
- Measles (rubella)
- Streptococcal infections (including scarlet fever, sore throat, and erysipelas)
- Whooping cough (pertussis)
- Fifth disease (erythema infectiosum)
- Pink eye (conjunctivitis)
- Impetigo (staphylococcus infection)
- Hepatitis infectious
- Head lice (pediculosis)
A camper who is found to have live head lice will not be permitted to attend camp until there are no active lice in the camper's hair, proof of treatment has been provided to the camp director, and until all live and/or dead head lice are removed from the camper's hair.
The presence of nits (the eggs of lice) without active head lice will not prohibit a child from attending camp provided proof of treatment has been provided to the camp director and there is no evidence of active head lice in the camper's hair.