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March Break - Beetle Bugs

This full-day program suits any young child who loves to play, meet friends and have fun. Theme days, cool crafts, games and special guests will add to the program. Join this program for the full-day and let your imagination take you away! Age: 4-5

March Break - Bonanza

What a week we have planned for you! Join us for awesome off-site trips, special guests, themes, games, crafts, a pizza lunch on Friday, and so much more. It's sure to be March Break Madness! Age: 6-9

March Break - Break Out

Let us help you 'break out' to all the spots you want to get to this March Break! If you can get yourself to the program site, we'll take care of the rest. Register for the week or take only a day of your choice. Pack a lunch, snack and drink every day but Friday! Schedule is subject to change. Age: 10-13

March Break - Special Needs One-on-One Support

Participants with special needs or disabilities can participate in our March Break camp programs with one-on-one support. The inclusion support staff will attend your preferred March Break camp location. If you require aftercare, you must register separately for the service at your camp location.

Standard First Aid with CPR (Level C) and AED

We'll cover all aspects of first aid and CPR (Level C) as well as AED (automated external defibrillator) training. Ideal for those requiring a deeper understanding of first aid, including legal implications of treatment, spinal injuries, heat and cold injuries, bone and joint injuries, abdominal and chest injuries, burns, and medical emergencies. Incorporates all Emergency First Aid information. Materials required (extra fee): Canadian Lifesaving Manual or LSS First Aid Manual (purchase at the pool on or before first class). This course is a pre-requisite for National Lifeguard. Age: 13+

Before and After-Care - March Break Studio Art Programs

Supervised before and after-care activities for full-day studio art camp program participants. Age: 4-12

Leadership Skill Session

Get extra practice time if you're in the advanced leadership courses. Your instructor will give you extra help and feedback to get you through a tough item. Age: 10+

March Break - Babysitter Training [C]

Looking to get into the babysitting business? Then this is the course for you! Learn the fundamentals of babysitting and safety in the home. Gain first-hand knowledge of caring for infants and children from the staff of Safety on Site (SOS). Cost includes instruction, manual and certificate. Please bring a lunch, drink, snack, pen and paper, and a large doll/teddy bear to practice on. No peanuts or nut products please! Age: 11-14

March Break - Home Alone [C]

Empower children with confidence and skills to care for themselves when home alone. Taught by the staff of Safety on Site (SOS), this course includes Red Cross PeopleSavers Level 4, Internet safety, how to handle real-life situations, and other strategies. Age: 9-12

March Break Sizzlers - Juniors

This will be a fun-filled week full of engaging activities in a positive and safe setting. Enjoy a week of theme days and activities, an off-site trip or special guest, sports, games, arts and crafts, and more. Age: 8-9
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