Skills Development Camp 2
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT CAMP
This class is designed for children ages 6 and older, who already know at least one competitive stroke and are able to swim 25 yards without flotation devices. The class will focus on learning and developing four competitive strokes. Swimmers will learn through body balance and positions, drills and drill progressions, and correct format of techniques.
DINING: Campers dine in Dansbury Commons, the university student dining room. Nutritious all-you-can-eat meals are served, with salad and dessert bars.
CAMP CARE SERVICES: Our ESU Summer Camp Care Staff are first aid and CPR/AED certified. Summer Camp Care Staff will provide routine first aid services to the participants during the hours that camp is in session and will refer medical emergencies and illnesses to the Lehigh Valley Health Network - Pocono, located one block from campus.
MEDICAL INSURANCE: ESU does not provide individuals with medical insurance. Campers must provide their own medical insurance plans. ESU is not responsible for paying medical deductibles or hospital costs for any camper.
DEPOSIT/PAYMENT/CANCELLATIONS/REFUNDS: Please enclose a $100 non-refundable deposit with your application for the day camp. Camp balance is due two weeks prior to the start of camp. Campers who leave during the course of the camp will receive a refund based on the number of days services were rendered. All refund requests must be submitted in writing to the
Office of Conference Services within 14 days of the last day of camp. No refunds will be issued to campers who were sent home for disciplinary reasons. No refunds will be issued after that time. Please allow six to eight weeks for processing of any refunds. Medical documentation may be required for refund. Please send refund requests to email@example.com with the name of your child and camp they participated in. ESU Warrior Sports Camps have contingency plans in the event of inclement weather, however, indoor practice facilities may be limited.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania is committed to equal opportunity for its students, employees and applicants. The university is committed to providing equal educational and employment rights to all persons without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran’s status. Each member of the university committee has a right to study and work in an environment free from any form of racial, ethnic and sexual discrimination including sexual harassment, sexual violence and sexual assault. (Further information, including contact information, can be found on the university’s website at esu.edu/titleix). In accordance with federal and state laws, the university will not tolerate discrimination.
This policy is placed in this document in accordance with state and federal laws including Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and the Civil Rights Act of 1991 as well as all applicable federal and state executive orders.