Bayview And Lawrence Summer Camp 2023

Ages: Ages 4-12 Duration: Weekly Next Start Date: Jul 4th Time: 9 AM to 4 PM

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Summer Camp 2023
Camp Policies
Lunch
Adventure Camp
Learn to Bike
Soccer
Competitive Soccer
Basketball
Volleyball
Dance AM + Gymnastics PM
Swim AM + Multi Sport PM
Multi Sport AM + Swim PM
3D Design + Computer Coding
How To Become A Dragon- Finacial Literacy + Enterpreneurship
STEM For Girls
STEM For Boys
Lego Robotics
Chess
Creative Arts
Strong Earth Guardians: Biology + Sustainability
LIT - Leadership In Training

Welcome to our Summer Camp! The camp features a variety of sports and activities options to choose from. Keep your children active, focused, and having fun during this Summer season!

Camp Package:

  • Progress Report
  • Camp T-Shirt
  • Lunch and Snack **Lunch policies apply**

Locations:

 Bayview & Lawrence

  • Prices:
    • Activity Specific (Ages 7 to 12)
      • $439+ HST (Full Day) – Hot Lunch and Two Snacks Included* Lunch policies apply
      • $285.35 + HST (Half Day) – One Snack Included* Lunch policies apply
    • Adventure Camp (Ages 4 to 6)
      • $479 + HST (Full Day) – Hot Lunch and Two Snacks Included* Lunch policies apply
      • $311.35 + HST (Half Day) – One Snack Included* Lunch policies apply
  • Available Activities:
    • Adventure Camp (Ages 3.5 to 6)
    • Learn To Bike AM + Adventure Camp PM** (Ages 4 to 6)
    • Adventure Camp AM + Learn To Bike PM** (Ages 4 to 6)
    • Soccer (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Competitive Soccer (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Basketball (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Dance AM + Gymnastics PM (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Volleyball
    • Swimming AM + Multi Sport PM** (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Multi Sport AM + Swimming PM ** (Ages 7 to 12)
    • 3D Design / Computer Coding (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Lego Robotics** (Ages 7 to 12)
    • How To Become A Dragon (Finance and Graphic Design) (Ages 7 to 12)
    • STEM For Girls** (Ages 7 to 12)
    • STEM For Boys** (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Chess (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Creative Arts** (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Strong Earth: Biology and Sustainability (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Leadership In Training (Ages 13 to 15)

**Additional fees apply

Earl Haig Secondary School – Yonge & Shepard

  • Prices:
    • Activity Specific (Ages 7 to 12)
      • $419+ HST (Full Day) – Hot Lunch and Two Snacks Included* Lunch policies apply
      • $272.35 + HST (Half Day) – One Snack Included* Lunch policies apply
    • Adventure Camp (Ages 4 to 6)
      • $459 + HST (Full Day) – Hot Lunch and Two Snacks Included* Lunch policies apply
      • $298.35 + HST (Half Day) – One Snack Included* Lunch policies apply
  • Available Activities:
    • Adventure Camp (Ages 3.5 to 6)
    • Learn To Bike AM Adventure Camp PM**
    • Soccer (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Basketball (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Dance AM + Gymnastics PM (Ages 7 to 12)

Claude Watson School Of The Arts – Yonge & Shepard

  • Prices:
    • Activity Specific (Ages 7 to 12)
      • $419+ HST (Full Day) – Hot Lunch and Two Snacks Included* Lunch policies apply
      • $272.35 + HST (Half Day) – One Snack Included* Lunch policies apply
    • Adventure Camp (Ages 4 to 6)
      • $459 + HST (Full Day) – Hot Lunch and Two Snacks Included* Lunch policies apply
      • $298.35 + HST (Half Day) – One Snack Included* Lunch policies apply
  • Available Activities:
    • Adventure Camp (Ages 3.5 to 6)
    • Soccer (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Creative Arts** (Ages 7 to 12)

Forest Hill Jr. and Sr. P.S. – Eglinton Ave and Spadina Rd

  • Prices:
    • Activity Specific (Ages 7 to 12)
      • $419+ HST (Full Day) – Hot Lunch and Two Snacks Included* Lunch policies apply
      • $272.35 + HST (Half Day) – One Snack Included* Lunch policies apply
    • Adventure Camp (Ages 4 to 6)
      • $459 + HST (Full Day) – Hot Lunch and Two Snacks Included* Lunch policies apply
      • $298.35 + HST (Half Day) – One Snack Included* Lunch policies apply
  • Available Activities:
    • Adventure Camp (Ages 3.5 to 6)
    • Learn To Bike AM Adventure Camp PM**
    • Soccer (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Basketball (Ages 7 to 12)

**Additional fees apply

Marshall McLuhan C.S.S. – Eglinton Ave and Avenue Rd

  • Prices:
    • Activity Specific (Ages 7 to 12)
      • $419+ HST (Full Day) – Hot Lunch and Two Snacks Included* Lunch policies apply
      • $272.35 + HST (Half Day) – One Snack Included* Lunch policies apply
    • Adventure Camp (Ages 4 to 6)
      • $459 + HST (Full Day) – Hot Lunch and Two Snacks Included* Lunch policies apply
      • $298.35 + HST (Half Day) – One Snack Included* Lunch policies apply
  • Available Activities:
    • Adventure Camp (Ages 3.5 to 6)
    • Learn To Bike AM Adventure Camp PM**
    • Soccer (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Basketball (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Dance (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Creative Arts** (Ages 7 to 12)

**Additional fees apply

 Dufferin & Lawrence

  • Prices:
    • Activity Specific (Ages 7 to 12)
      • $439+ HST (Full Day) – Hot Lunch and Two Snacks Included* Lunch policies apply
      • $285.35 + HST (Half Day) – One Snack Included* Lunch policies apply
    • Adventure Camp (Ages 4 to 6)
      • $479 + HST (Full Day) – Hot Lunch and Two Snacks Included* Lunch policies apply
      • $311.35 + HST (Half Day) – One Snack Included* Lunch policies apply
  • Available Activities:
    • Adventure Camp (Ages 3.5 to 6)
    • Soccer (Ages 7 to 12)
    • 3D Design + Computer Coding  (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Creative Arts** (Ages 7 to 12)

**Additional fees apply

Riverdale C.I. – Gerrard St and Jones Ave

  • Prices:
    • Activity Specific (Ages 7 to 12)
      • $299 + HST (Full Day) – Hot Lunch and Two Snacks Included* Lunch policies apply
      • $194.35 + HST (Half Day) – One Snack Included* Lunch policies apply
    • Adventure Camp (Ages 4 to 6)
      • $339 + HST (Full Day) – Hot Lunch and Two Snacks Included* Lunch policies apply
      • $220.35 + HST (Half Day) – One Snack Included* Lunch policies apply
  • Available Activities:
    • Adventure Camp (Ages 3.5 to 6)
    • Tennis (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Basketball (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Swimming AM + Multi Sport PM** (Ages 7 to 12)
    • Multi Sport AM + Swimming PM ** (Ages 7 to 12)

**Additional fees apply

Timetable

Please find a daily summer camp schedule below. Please note that this schedule is a guideline and the timing of events is subject to change.7:30 AM – 9:00 AM: Before Care Option

8:45 AM: Half Day AM and Full Day Sign-In

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM: Morning Session

11:50 AM – 12:00 PM: Half Day AM Sign-Out

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM: Lunch

12:45 PM – 1:00 PM: Half Day PM Sign in

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM: Afternoon Session

4:00 PM – 4:15 PM: Half Day PM and Full-Day Sign-Out

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM: After Care Option

 

5 Star Development System 

TAC Sports cares about each single child that comes into any program. We are a full-scale development academy that helps players in skill development, and most importantly, self-development.As part of this mission to assist each child to reach their maximum skill, confidence and self-image potential, we created The 5-Star Development System (C) to assist students to become more motivated, more confident, and more knowledgeable about their own development.

The 5 Star Development System includes 50 distinct skills over 5 different levels per sport. Each different level specifies criteria and achievements for students to obtain for each

Camps Cancellation Policy

Cancellations that are received 40 days prior to the beginning of camp will be provided with a refund less a 15% administrative fee.

Cancellations that are received with less than 40 days of notice prior to the beginning of camp will be provided with a refund less a 50% administrative fee.

Cancellations that are received with less than 20 days of notice prior to the beginning of camp will not be eligible for a refund.

*If a camp registration cancellation is requested within less than 48 hrs from the time of registration, only a $30 cancellation fee will apply.

Missed Days Of Camp:

In the case of exceptional illness, that results in three consecutive missed days or more, a 50% refund or 100% credit will be provided. A signed doctor’s note must be provided in these circumstances.

Individual camp days missed for any reason cannot be refunded or credited.

Gift Certificates:

There are no refunds on gift certificates.

Weather-Related Altered Programming:

There are no refunds on rain days or weather-related altered programming.

Government Funds:

There will be no refund for Government funds or support. Only credit if applicable.

Cancelled Programs:

Due to any force majeure, including but not limited to: pandemics, cancelled permits by the permit office or facility owners, any cancelled programming or camps will be provided credit ONLY – no refunds.

Credit is provided if the programs/camps are cancelled by TAC and not by the client’s initiative – If cancelled by the client’s initiative, the cancellation policy is upheld.

The credit lasts indefinitely and can be used for any TAC Program.

Year-Round Lessons And Aquatics Cancellation:

In regards to weekly developmental/year-round programming/Aquatics programs, cancellations requested with one week’s notice of the start of the program will receive a refund less a $40 cancellation fee. Cancellation requests received with less than one week before the start of the program will receive no refund.

Missed Lessons:

A max of three credits per year for missed Aquatics lesson if cancelled by the family if notified within one day before 12:01 AM of the actual date of the program – No refund.

A max of two credits per season for programs and lessons that are not Aquatics related programs and cancelled by the family for our year-round programs if notified within one day before the 12:01 AM of the actual date of the program – No refund.

Cancelled Programs:

Due to any force majeure, including but not limited to: pandemics, cancelled permits by the permit office or facility owners, any cancelled programming or camps will be provided credit ONLY – no refunds.

Credit is provided if the programs/camps are cancelled by TAC and not by the client’s initiative – If cancelled by the clients initiative, the cancelation policy is upheld.

The credit lasts indefinitely and can be used for any TAC Program. 

 

Lunch Program

All our camps are nut free. We can cater to specific allergies and most dietary restrictions. All allergies and dietary restrictions for medical, religious, or cultural reasons MUST be noted in the registration form during the registration process in the appropriate sections allocated for such information – an alternate meal with these allergies and dietary restrictions in mind will be provided.

All full day, full week registrations will be included in the lunch program*. This provides the camper with a morning snack, lunch, and an afternoon snack.

To be eligible for the lunch program, a full-day camper must be registered for 4 days or more of the same week. Registrations of three days or less per week will not be provided with the lunch program. – Unless the camp is set up as a 3 days week by TAC Sports (Example: Winter Break Camp 2023 – Week 1 December 28th to December 30th)

Half day registrants will receive one snack. Half-day camper must be registered for 4 days or more of the same week. Registrations of three days or less per week will not be provided with a snack.

Registrations done within a week or less of the start date of camp are not guaranteed lunch, dietary restrictions, allergy specific meals, and snacks. Lunch must be packed from home until confirmed with the office that lunch will be provided for late registration campers.

It is highly recommended that extra snacks are packed from home.

*Some camp locations are excluded from the lunch programs.

If a child requires an Epi-Pen please ensure to provide the camp coordinator with the Epi-Pen. This will be returned at the end of each day or at the end of the week of camp. The Epi-Pen will be placed in a secure but accessible location in the event of an emergency.

 

Prorated Fees

Drop-in participants, who are going to attend less than 5 days per week, are eligible for pro-rated pricing on premium programs (biking and robotics) and before/aftercare. If required, please call the office at 416-627-1092.

 

Discounts and Coupons

TAC Sports is very happy to offer many different types of discounts and coupons to the community. Multiple week discounts will be applied automatically to the invoice, as well as the sibling discount for the second child, third, and so forth registered.

**All discounts and coupons will not be applied to any drop-in sessions and pro-rated fees, only to full session registrations.**

Coupons are a one-time use ONLY and cannot be applied multiple times per account. If the same coupon is found to be used multiple times TAC Sports holds the right to invoice the account owner for the amount of the extra coupons.

Coupons and special offers can not be applied towards already purchased programs, camps, or activities.

 

Gift Certificates:

Cannot be used to refund already purchased weeks of camp.

Multiple gift certificates cannot be combined.

One time use ONLY.

If the full value of the gift certificate not used it cannot be redeemed at a later time, no credit or money back will be provided for the remaining amount.

Applicable to camp tuition Only.

Must present gift certificate with code clearly visible to claim week of camp.

Cannot be redeemed as in-store credit or refundable cash.

If the program or camp is canceled no refund or credit will be applicable.

Gift certificate can only be applied to one participant only, if there is a remaining amount it cannot be used for a second participant.

Whatever value you’ve provided to obtain the gift certificate does not affect the value of the stated amount on the gift certificate.

 

Changing Sports Policy

Children who do not choose a sport during registration will automatically be added to multisport.

Athletes can choose to switch their chosen sport on the second day of camp (subject to availability and capacity). However, campers must remain in their selection for the remainder of the week and are unable to make a change in the sport beyond the second day of camp.

 

Cancellation of Programs/Sports

Specialized programs and sports require a minimum of 5 students in order to function as designed. If the minimum number of registrations for a specific program is not met, the said program may be canceled anytime the week before the camp is to start.

TAC Sports will provide as much notice as possible about the cancellation of the program, however, this may be on the Friday before the start of the program. If a program is canceled, the participants will be given the opportunity to choose an alternative program. A refund for any program with additional fees that have been canceled will be provided, however, if requested to cancel the full week of camp the camp cancellation fees will apply.

 

Bullying Policy

Bullying will not be tolerated at any TAC Sports program. In general, a “three strikes” policy is followed. After the first incident, a coach will address the situation with both the aggressor and victim. During a private meeting with the aggressor, the coach will explain the consequences of bullying. The parents of both parties will be notified. An incident report will be drafted and sent to head office. This procedure is followed should a second incident occur. In addition, the aggressor may be separated from the group or put into a different sport/activity (additional fees for specialized programs will apply). If a third incident should occur, the aggressor will be expelled from camp, not only for the duration of the program but from any other TAC Sports program in the future. Cases of extreme bullying are not subject to the three strike rule. If it is proven that there was intent to seriously harm another child through physical or verbal means the aggressor will face expulsion from camp. His or her parents will be called for immediate pickup (refund for remaining days ONLY will apply).

Please click HERE to find out more about what bullying is.

 

Parking

TAC Sports will not be held accountable for any tickets/parking tickets received.

TAC Sports will provide parking passes for the Glendon location. This parking pass will allow parents and guardians to park in the designated parking lot for 30 mins during pick up and drop off. Until parents receive this parking pass it is highly recommended to purchase a parking stub/feed the parking meter. Do not park in or near the handicap parking spots, unless with the appropriate handicap permit, a $400 parking ticket will be given. TAC sports will not be held accountable for any parking tickets.

 

Rainy Day Policy

Our coaches and coordinators are equipped with a rainy day schedule in the event of inclement weather. Students will remain in their sport-specific groups. Coaches will adapt their lesson plans for the indoor space. No refund, credit or make up days for rain days or inclement weather will apply.

 

Instructors

Every TAC Sports coach holds a current CPR and First Aid Training certification. All instructors are certified by NCCP (National Coaching Certification Program of Canada) and follow safe teaching methods with proper sequential instruction. Our 5 star development levels ensure that students are progressing at a pace that is appropriate for their current ability. All activities are supervised and our low instructor to student ratio ensures maximum attention.

 

Emergency List

We keep emergency contact information at every location, with records on medical history or allergies. We identify, treat, report, and record any occurrence of injury in a systematic way and keep up-to-date safety records of each camper.

 

Photo for students with allergies or medical concerns:

We require a photo of any child with a history of serious allergy or medical concerns. Please email info@tacsports.ca with a photo of your child. Please ensure the picture includes a clear view of your child’s face. If a child requires an Epi-Pen please ensure to provide the camp coordinator with the Epi-Pen, this will be returned at the end of each day or at the end of the week of camp.

 

Sign In/Out System

At TAC Sports, we have a proven and safe system in place for the sign-out of campers. No camper leaves the premises without a parent or guardian signing them out. Parents are required to show official identification every day upon pickup of their children and have to be on the list of authorized personnel.

TAC Sports is not liable for any children until they are signed in to our care by the parent or guardian or other authorized person listed on the authorization list.

 

Lost and Found Items

Each location has its own Lost and Found Bin. All items found by the coordinator and coaches will be placed in this bin. At the end of the camp items not claimed will be donated to a charitable organization. It is highly recommended that the child’s full name is placed on all personal items.

TAC Sports is not held accountable for any lost items, including but not limited to clothing articles, electronics, water bottles etc.

 

First Aid Materials

Fully Stocked First Aid Kits and ice packs are available at all times at all camp locations.

TAC Sports is proud to announce a great partnership with Kids Lunch Program Catering services!

 

 

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Lunch Program

All our camps are nut free, our caterers are nut free as well. We can cater to specific allergies and dietary restrictions. All allergies and dietary restrictions for medical, religious, or cultural reasons MUST be noted in the registration form during the registration process in the appropriate sections allocated for such information – an alternate meal with these allergies and dietary restrictions in mind will be provided.

All full day, full week registrations will be included in the lunch program*. This provides the camper with a morning snack, lunch, and an afternoon snack. To be eligible for the lunch program, a full-day camper must be registered for 4 days or more of the same week. Registrations of three days or less per week will not be provided with the lunch program. 

Half day registrants will receive one snack. Half-day camper must be registered for 4 days or more of the same week. Registrations of three days or less per week will not be provided with a snack.

Registrations done within a week or less of the start date of camp are not guaranteed lunch, dietary restrictions, allergy specific meals, and snacks. Lunch must be packed form home until confirmed with an office that lunch will be provided for late registration campers.

It is highly recommended that extra snacks are packed from home.

*Some camp locations are excluded from the lunch programs.

Adventure Camp

Adventure camp takes young campers through premium physical literacy, ensuring that campers build a foundation of physical excellence through exposure to a variety of different sports and activities. Depending on location, campers learn the fundamentals of soccer, basketball, tennis, dance and intro to martial arts.  

The weekly activities include activities such as arts and crafts, storytime, camp songs, low organizational games (where campers learn fundamental movement skills). 

COVID-19 Precautions: – no 1v1 competition, no gameplay that results in close contact and a distance of 2 meters will be maintained at all times.

 

FAQ 

  • How do you ensure that physical distancing is observed for ages 4-6? The following are recommendations from the Government of Ontario
    • When possible, moving activities outside to allow for more space; and controlled indoor area. 
    • The ministry recognizes that physical distancing between children is difficult and encourages a welcoming and caring environment for children.
    • Physical distancing of at least 2 metres will be encouraged, where possible, between children within the same cohort
    • spreading children out into different areas, particularly at meal and dressing time
    • incorporating more individual activities or activities that encourage more space between children
    • Using visual cues to promote physical distancing
    • Recognizing that physical distancing is difficult with small children and infants, additional suggestions include:
      • Planning activities that do not involve shared objects or arts and crafts
      • Each camper will receive their own arts and crafts package.

 

Learn To Bike

Our TAC Biking Program is designed for all skill levels, ranging from the fundamentals to more advanced cycling knowledge. This program will focus on developing confidence and technical skills, with an emphasis on promoting road safety. Programming consists of fun and stimulating games in a safe and supervised environment.

Students will develop fundamental skills such as safety, balance, pedalling, braking, steering, and general biking knowledge. The programming serves to build upon the basic principles of cycling in order to cultivate a passion for the sport either in a recreational or competitive manner.

We apply the 5-Star Development system to all of our programs. This system gives students 5 measurable levels to achieve specific criteria outlined. It is specifically designed to increase motivation, knowledge retention, goal setting skills, and development. This system is unique and distinguishes TAC Sports from other camps.

Equipment needed:

  • Bicycles (Required)
  • Helmets (Required)
  • Elbow Pads (Suggested)
  • Knee Pads (Suggested)

COVID-19 Pre-Cautions to Learn to Bike

COVID-19 Precautions: Activities are all outdoor. 2 Meters distance – coaches wear a mask at all times. If there is close-up instruction children will be required and given a mask. 

FAQ 

  • COVID-19 Recommendations from the Government:
    • When possible, moving activities outside to allow for more space; and controlled indoor area. 
    • The ministry recognizes that physical distancing between children is difficult and encourages a welcoming and caring environment for children.
    • Physical distancing of at least 2 metres will be encouraged, where possible, between children within the same cohort
    • spreading children out into different areas, particularly at meal and dressing time
    • incorporating more individual activities or activities that encourage more space between children
    • Using visual cues to promote physical distancing
    • Recognizing that physical distancing is difficult with small children and infants, additional suggestions include:
      • Planning activities that do not involve shared objects or arts and crafts
      • Each camper will receive their own arts and crafts package

Soccer

Players train with professional soccer coaches in ball mastery, specific step-by-step skill training, and dynamic games and drills within smaller groups. Students gain confidence through our 5-Star Development System, gaining motivation as they progress through the steps and levels. Fitness and leadership development is incorporated into all the different activities. As our levels are tailored to beginner and advanced, our camp is perfect for any skill level. Co-Ed. 

COVID-19 Precautions: No 1v1 competition, no gameplay that may result in close contact and a distance of 6 feet will be maintained at all times. TAC Sports is dedicated to following all Ontario Soccer Protocols in return to play and the guidelines set by the government of Ontario and Canada. 

FAQ: 

  • What kind of soccer activities will be approved due to COVID-19? 
    • Passing, shooting, dribbling and all other fun individual ball skill work are approved. No gameplay and close contact drills.  
  • What cleaning procedures will be in effect?
    • Cleaning of the balls and all equipment will be done after each change of activity during the day. 
    • Campers will be encouraged to regularly wash their hands. In the event there is not a nearby washroom, hand sanitizing stations are set up. 

Competitive Soccer

Our specialty competitive soccer program focuses on preparing players to excel in competitive soccer.

Players develop all aspects of what it takes to be a great competitive soccer player: technical, tactical, fitness and mental skills.

Players work with top licensed coaches on ball possession, decision making with the ball, and how to play in each position. Throughout the program, offensive and defensive strategies and different formations are explored.

Video Review: In breaks during snack and lunch, players will enhance their learning by reviewing soccer strategy, position, and skill work on video.

*Invitation to our competitive academy teams upon selection from our top coaches.

COVID-19 Precautions: No 1v1 competition, no gameplay that may result in close contact and a distance of 6 feet will be maintained at all times. TAC Sports is dedicated to following all Ontario Soccer Protocols in return to play and the guidelines set by the government of Ontario and Canada. 

FAQ: 

  • What kind of soccer activities will be approved due to COVID-19? 
    • Passing, shooting, dribbling and all other fun individual ball skill work are approved. No gameplay and close contact drills.  
  • What cleaning procedures will be in effect?
    • Cleaning of the balls and all equipment will be done after each change of activity during the day. 
    • Campers will be encouraged to regularly wash their hands. In the event there is not a nearby washroom, hand sanitizing stations are set up. 

 

Basketball

Our TAC Basketball camp program is designed for all skill levels; from the introduction of the fundamentals of basketball to the refinement of the most advanced techniques.

Students work on basic techniques such as ball handling, shooting, passing, defense, footwork, positioning, strategy. Students work on skill building, playing games and working on their skills through practice and repetition. Advanced students will learn positioning, strategy, and have specific feedback on improving their fundamental techniques.

We apply the 5-Star TAC Basketball Development System to all of our programs. The 5-Star basketball Development System gives students 5 measurable levels to achieve with specific criteria outlined. This is specifically designed to increase motivation, knowledge retention, goal-setting skills, and development. This is a unique and distinguishing factor of our camps.

 

 

Volleyball

Our Volleyball program is the perfect introduction to the wonderful team sport. Standard volleyball and doubles volleyball is performed, with an emphasis on attacking, defending, blocking, serving, and passing. Campers will learn strategy and positions and how to maximize their performance on the court. Perfect for beginner and experienced players. Campers will be sorted on age and skill level for maximum development. Ages 6-12.

We have combined the art form of Dance with the sport of gymnastics into one amazing integrated week. Half of the day will be dedicated to dance and the other to gymnastics. Campers will have the opportunity to integrate some of their newly found gymnastics skills and tricks into the dance routine they are learning.

Dance

TAC Sports Dance summer camp combines the fundamental skills and progressions of the two popular dances of hip-hop and jazz.

The skills of dance are covered through our 5-Star Development System. Elements of fitness, stretching, and leadership are included in the programming. Students have full creative freedom yet are guided appropriately to help them progress and spice up their videos and dancing. Fun choreographed dances are done with a performance at the end of the week to modern popular songs.

Gymnastics

Our exciting gymnastics camp program is designed for students to learn and perfect gymnastics skills. During the program, students engage in the fundamental movements of jumping, turning, balancing, floor exercises, posture, and balance. Our 5 Star Development System, which includes a step-by-step system with a full map of skills, is designed to help students understand exactly what skills they need to learn while being motivated to achieve the next level.

Key Areas of Focus 

  1. Log Roll
  2. Two-foot Landing
  3. Balance Bases
  4. Forward Roll
  5. Jump Turn
  6. Swaying Motions
  7. Propulsion
  8. Pushing and Pulling
  9. Balancing (low balance: walk, gallop and slide; high balance beam: walk and jump off)

Outcomes

It is expected that students will:

  1. Demonstrate basic gymnastics skills in a circuit or in simple routines found in standard gymnastics routines;
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of motions that influence propulsion and balance;
  3. Demonstrate care and cooperation during activities;
  4. Regardless of skill, come out with an extremely positive, developed self-confidence and self-image.

COVID-19 Precautions: choreographies and routines will be modified to allow campers to keep the distance.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  • Will the dance and gymnastics routines maintain social distance between the students?
    • The routines and choreography will be designed so that the students maintain social distance between each other.

 

Learn-to-Swim and Multi-Sport Camp

Our full-day program is perfect for the camper who wants to get to the next level in their swimming skills while learning and improving fitness and physical strength.

Learn to Swim Programs through TAC Aquatics

Our AM portion is where campers spend 2 hours in the pool working on their swimming skills and covering elements of endurance and swim safety.

Our Learn-to-Swim programming is aligned with the Lifesaving Society swimming program, and have the opportunity to work on their levels and progress during the week.

Our Aquatics program includes low ratios for maximum development and opportunities for improvement. Our aquatics philosophy is to bring fun and confidence to each swimmer.

Multi-Sport with TAC Sports

Our PM portion of the day covers all popular and classic sports, including Soccer, Basketball, European Handball and more. These sports combine elements of footwork and handwork and incorporate different strategies in both team and individual sports. Students learn and practice the basics of each sport, creating an excellent foundation for future success.

Every half-day focuses specifically on one or two sports, and the programming is dynamic – focusing on development through fun, challenging, skill-based games.

The emphasis of this portion of the day will be engagement, improvement in skill and physicality, and enjoying the social camp experience. A perfect combination with the Aquatics activities of the day.

Learn-to-Swim and Multi-Sport Camp

Our full-day program is perfect for the camper who wants to get to the next level in their swimming skills while learning and improving fitness and physical strength.

Multi-Sport with TAC Sports

Our AM portion of the day covers all popular and classic sports, including Soccer, Basketball, European Handball and more. These sports combine elements of footwork and handwork and incorporate different strategies in both team and individual sports. Students learn and practice the basics of each sport, creating an excellent foundation for future success.

Every half-day focuses specifically on one or two sports, and the programming is dynamic – focusing on development through fun, challenging, skill-based games.

The emphasis of this portion of the day will be engagement, improvement in skill and physicality, and enjoying the social camp experience. A perfect combination with the Aquatics activities of the day.

Learn to Swim Programs through TAC Aquatics

Our PM portion is where campers spend 1.5-2 hours in the pool working on their swimming skills and covering elements of endurance and swim safety.

Our Learn-to-Swim programming is aligned with the Lifesaving Society swimming program, and have the opportunity to work on their levels and progress during the week.

Our Aquatics program includes low ratios for maximum development and opportunities for improvement. Our aquatics philosophy is to bring fun and confidence to each swimmer.

3D Design and Coding 

Our combined summer technology program includes a combination of 3D Design and Coding. 

The programming is designed by our directors at Lifetime Skills Academy, a company dedicated to creating future leaders of tomorrow. 

Our combined full day tech program introduces students to essential skills in two
of the newest emerging technologies, skills that will be essential for their lifetimes.

Our dynamic camp program focuses on building skills through challenges
and games in our step-by-step system, with easy-to-follow lessons.

Each half-day, programming will switch between 3D Printing and Coding.
Students have a half-day snack break a 30-minute break for physical activity in both
AM and PM half-days.

In our 3D printing programming, students learn how to 3D Design online using
easy-to-use software, creating their own unique designs to print on
any 3D printer. Students learn how to create a variety of different designs
and objects with lessons.

Our coding program introduces children to coding through Scratch, an easy
to use online platform. They learn how to build basic video games and
animations with building blocks in fun dynamic lessons.

Ages 7-12. Computers provided. Co-Ed.

COVID-19 Procedures

  • -Computers are completely sanitized after each use
  • -Social distance
  • -Cohorts of fewer than 10

FAQ:

  • How will you ensure social distancing? 
    • Students will work individually on individual computers, separate from their classmates
    • Students will follow along with a projector for the different programs 
    • Instructors will remain consistent during the day 
    • Students will remain in separate groups

How to be a Dragon: Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship with Lifetime Skills Academy

How to be a Dragon teaches students the fundamentals of financial literacy and basic entrepreneurship through a dynamic week of fun programming. The program teaches students the basics and fundamentals of financial literacy, the history and meaning of money, and the 5 principles of money (earning, spending, saving, investing and giving), covering financial fundamentals such as taxes, real estate and capitalism. Students learn these principles through fun interactive board games and challenges. 

In our entrepreneur section students how to create a business model, and how to build and market a brand. Students work on a final project of building their own brand colours, imaging, and ideas for a potential business.  Students have to build and present a presentation for two separate business models at the end – one they can execute as a child from ages 7-12, and one they can build as an adult. 

Throughout the week, students get the chance to handle real money and practice their entrepreneurial skills

Students will get 30 minutes of outdoor activity every half-day in our dynamic weekly programming. All students follow our step-by-step 5 Star development model and go home with progress reports and their final projects.

Ages 7-12, CO.ED. Grow. Learn. Lead. Creating the future billionaires of tomorrow! 

Days 1-4: Financial Concepts (4 Per Day) with Snack, Lunch and Physical Breaks – Working Tuck Shop Throughout the Day

Day 5: Entrepreneur Project and Presentation

Financial Principles

  • What is Money? 
  • What is the value of money? 
  • What is Currency?
  • Credit vs. Debit 
  • Assets vs. Liability 
  • Basic Business 
  • Importance of Time Vs. Money 
  • Multiplying Time 
  • Entrepreneurial Mindset 
  • Proper Budgeting 
  • Mental techniques for spending and earning money
  • Insurance and Insurance Costs 
  • Education Costs and Benefits 
  • What to expect from High School and University
  • The difference between a “want” and a “need”
  • Becoming a conscious consumer (i.e. the fun ratio)
  • Entrepreneur vs. Job 
  • Entrepreneur Project 
  • Investment Project 
  • Financial Results

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STEM For Girls

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) is the base foundation for futures in technology and the sciences. Our program teaches students practical uses for science in fun projects that they take on during the week. Science has never been so fun! Our 5-Star Development program takes students through specific learning strategies and skillsets and maximizes their learning enjoyment. 

Students will get 30 minutes of outdoor activity every half-day in our dynamic weekly programming. All students go home with progress reports and their final projects.

Ages 7-12, Girls Only. Grow. Learn. Lead, creating the futures of tomorrow! 

COVID-19 Procedures

  • -Computers are completely sanitized after each use
  • -Social distance
  • -Cohorts of fewer than 10

STEM For Girls

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) is the base foundation for futures in technology and the sciences. Our program teaches students practical uses for science in fun projects that they take on during the week. Science has never been so fun! Our 5-Star Development program takes students through specific learning strategies and skillsets and maximizes their learning enjoyment. 

Students will get 30 minutes of outdoor activity every half-day in our dynamic weekly programming. All students go home with progress reports and their final projects.

Ages 7-12, Girls Only. Grow. Learn. Lead, creating the futures of tomorrow! 

COVID-19 Procedures

  • -Computers are completely sanitized after each use
  • -Social distance
  • -Cohorts of fewer than 10

LSA Lego Robotics

TAC Lego Robotics program allows students to engage in various technological activities that are growing popular in today’s youth. The students enjoy building their robots, as well as programming them. By learning the basics, and building their way up, individuals can achieve mastery and demonstrate competence.

Students start with the basic skills, such as building a simple robot, programming different motions, and using the various sensors to make a robot move. Once learned, students can go above and beyond, making robots that can pick up items, sense when people are near, and even solve Rubik’s Cubes.

 

Full Day Chess

Learn the Chess, Game of Kings, hosted by Lifetime Skills Academy! This program is for everyone, from beginners to more advanced players. Programming beings with the rules, game set-up, and fundamental movements of the pieces and progresses into tactics, maneuvers, and strategy. 

The day programming includes other fun strategy and chess-based activities for the kids and 30 minutes of physical activity, and snack and lunch breaks. 

Experienced instructors work to engage students from every age level and skill level in camp through their advanced knowledge of children’s education and the game of chess. 

Campers will be actively engaged the entire day in the beautiful game of Chess. 

Chess instruction benefits everyday life as students learn patience, composure, and quick thinking.

Ages 7-12, Co-Ed.

Strong Earth Guardians

Our Earth Guardians program teaches children about the soil, biology, ecology and biodiversity, how the modern industrial world works and how we can adjust our society and living for maximum diversity.

Campers learn how to care for and develop their plant, learning about the soil microbiome and how plants interact with the world.

During the program, the inner and outer workings of the modern world are covered – how houses work, how cars work, and how cities work. This provides the basics of understanding that help students thrive in the real world.

Campers learn about the weather, the world’s oceans and currents, and how the climate is changing due to man-made activities.

Our campers investigate small-scale solar and wind and learn about energy production.

During the day, campers will go on bio-diversity walks in the nearby nature ravine, collecting data on plants and animals and investigating the interconnectedness of our living ecosystems.

Co-Ed, Ages 7-12.

Leadership In Training

TAC Sports’ Leadership-In-Traning and Public Speaking Program is designed to provide participants ages 13-16 with opportunities to build self-development and leadership skills and receive mentorship training from the TAC Sports coaches.

The program, consisting of one week of camp training and one week of camp volunteering designed to be a perfect mixture of skill training designed towards high-performance, leadership training, volunteer experience (40 community service hours), and exposure and knowledge self-development and training. The camps are full day designed for maximum exposure to the teachings.

Participants will have the opportunity to plan and lead their own group activities, under the supervision of experienced TAC coaches. They will have access to groups of various ages to gain an understanding of how to deliver age-appropriate activities and in order develop comfort in multiple scenarios.

SKILLS:

Students ages 13-16 will learn the following in the STAR Leadership in Development Program:

  1. Leadership Skills:  Work ethic, delegation, mentorship, teaching, and developing programs.
  2. Self Development Skills: Learning how to take control of one’s own training and development by building your own plan and skill-tracking system.
  3. Sports Specific Skill Training: Build a self-training plan in the sport of choice. Students will learn how to build a daily training plan learning fundamental to advanced skills.
  4. Mental Skills and Character Traits of the Great Athletes:  Goal setting, creating burning desire, and building a routine.
  5. Public Speaking: Students learn principals of speech making, body posture, vocal tonality, delivery, how to create logic and passion when delivering in front of people.

LEADERSHIP PACKAGE:

  • Certificate of Leadership and Self-Development from TAC Sports
  • Leader in Development – Be Extraordinary T-Shirt
  • Letter of Recommendation from Directors

BREAKDOWN OF HOURS:

Week 1 – Training

  • 15 Hours: Physical Skill Training and Development
  • 15 Hours: Public Speaking, Mental Skill and Principals of Success Training
  • 5  Hours: Leadership Skills and Testing
  • 5 Hours: Learning to Lead

Week 2 – Volunteering 

  • 40 Hours: Assigned groups in different age groups and positions, given leadership positions. Students must use initiative, help 2-3 individual campers achieve their goals for the week.

FURTHER INFORMATION:

  • Ages 13-16
  • Full-Day Only
  • Not only able to observe but also gain hands-on experience in multiple activities
  • Opportunity for their supervisor to act as a reference for future job applications of participants

Our coaches are passionate about developing the next generation of leaders and will mentor each LID participant individually. They will provide comprehensive assessments at the end of the program and can act as a reference for job applications upon successful completion. Participants will also gain access to future TAC job postings.

TAC Sports’ LID program will improve participants’ confidence in group settings and provide them with the skills necessary to become future leaders.

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What to Pack
  • Athletic Wear
  • Running Shoes
  • Sunscreen (Mandatory)
  • Hat (Mandatory)
  • Refillable Water Bottle (Mandatory)
  • Nut Free Snacks (Highly Recommended)
  • Extra change Of Clothes
  • Towel (If Swim was selected)
  • Bathing Suit (If Swim was selected)
  • Goggles (If Swim was selected - Optional)
  • Swim Cap (If Swim was selected - Optional)
  • Earplugs (If Swim was selected - Optional)
  • Flip Flops (If Swim was selected)
  • Personal Computer (If 3D Design + Computer Coding Selected)
  • Bicycle (If Learn to Bike Selected)
  • Helmet (If Learn to Bike Selected)
  • Knee Pads (If Learn to Bike Selected)
  • Elbow Pads (If Learn to Bike Selected)
  • Personal Computer (If 3D Design + Computer Coding Selected)

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