What if my camper is not a strong swimmer?

We have many campers join us that are not strong swimmers. All campers are required to take a swim test if they want to swim in the deep end of the pool, go off of the diving board, or use the inflatable obstacle course – this is optional. Swim tests are administered by the lifeguards. If campers do not pass the swim test or do not wish to take the swim test, they receive a red colored wristband to wear at the pool so staff can ensure they stay in the shallow end. If campers do not wish to swim, we also have staff stationed in the grass area where campers can relax in the shade. 

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1. What should my camper wear/bring to camp?
2. What field trips do we have planned?
3. What if my camper is not a strong swimmer?
4. What is your cancellation policy?
5. On swim days, does my camper wear their swimsuit to camp?
6. How quickly do camp sessions fill up?
7. Does the program provide my camper with lunch/snack?
8. Do you have a lost and found?
9. Do you offer extended care?
10. Can my camper attend partial days/weeks?
11. Can my camper join their sibling/friend in an older/younger age group?
12. What happens if I’m on a waitlist and a space opens up?
13. What is your Tax ID Number?
14. Do you have a scholarship program?