We are happy to welcome your child at Langmobile Camp!
We take all measures to make your experience as positive as possible!
Reminder of Health Protocol
We are pleased with the success of the new measures implemented at the camp to ensure the health and safety of your children and our employees. We remind you that you must keep your child at home if:
- Your child has any of these symptoms: fever, cough, sore throat, or respiratory problems.
- Your child or someone in your household has tested positive for COVID-19.
- Your child or someone in your household has been exposed to COVID-19 and is awaiting test results.
- Before returning to camp, your child must be symptom-free for a period of 48 hours.
In consideration of the new mandatory procedures for wearing face covers in closed public places, our animators will wear a face cover or a visor at all times when children are present.
1) New measures
Very distinct changes are made to our camp procedures and our programming to adapt to the exceptional situation of COVID-19. It is imperative to read our Guide to Special Sanitary Measures before your arrival at the camp.
Please pay particular attention to the following points:
- New camp hours
- In our efforts to reduce congestion at the camp arrival and departure points, we have opened the children's arrival and departure windows.
- You are invited to leave your child at the camp at any time between 8:45 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. and pick them up between 3:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m (if your child is not registered at daycare)
- Daycare starts at 8:00 a.m. and finishes at 6:00 p.m. (extra costs, information available at the front desk of your camp)
- New arrival and departure procedures, including :
- The password
- The colored bracelet
- Potentially longer delays than usual
- New Zero Waste policy
- New Water Games policy
- Water games have always been very popular in our programming. The behavior of the water games will be evaluated and announced on a weekly basis. This activity will only take place if the weather is favorable and the conditions are safe for your children and our staff.
- Since your child's personal belongings will need to stay in the camp, we suggest that you include a swimsuit, towel, and water shoes.
- What to bring to camp :
- A pencil case that only your child will use.
- Color crayons
- Glue stick
- A healthy nut-free dinner and two healthy snacks with an icepack. We value and respect our environment, we encourage each camper to bring a dinner that generates very little or no waste. In the context of COVID-19, your child must bring his waste home. We recommend that you provide a small resealable plastic bag.
- A water-resistant sunscreen of at least SPF 30 or higher. Sunscreen should be applied before arrival and again during the day. Choose an easy-to-apply sunscreen for your child. Our animators will supervise for effective application, BUT will not administer sunscreen to your child.
- Wear running shoes, shoes with non-slip soles or sports sandals.
- A clean, reusable water bottle.
- Appropriate clothing for the weather and camp activities.
- A hat or cap
- A change of clothes is recommended especially for the youngest.
- Insect repellent as needed.
- Please identify your child's clothing and items with their full last name.
- We strongly suggest that you check your child's bag every night and if items are missing from our LOST AND FOUND camp. All items left at the end of the camp will be donated to a charity.
Here is a document specially designed for children that you can consult with him / her before his arrival!
2) Weekly programming
Our mission is always to provide a positive environment where children can learn English. Take a look at all the fun we will have this week!
5 to 10 years old
11 to 14 years old
Saint-Lambert / Longueuil Camp
901 Chemin Tiffin, Longueuil J4P 3G6
Entrance will be via 901 Chemin Tiffin. Use the door on the interior courtyard.
Camp supervisors :
William Nicolas et Léa Blais-Larocque
1475 Chemin des Vingt, Saint-Bruno J3V 4P6
Entrance to the Saint-Bruno day camp will be from the back, to the left of the main entrance. Follow the directions for receiving goods.
Camp supervisors :
Madeleine Pepiot and Elizabeth Lemieux
Montréal (Ville-Marie) Camp
2850 rue Sherbrooke est, Montréal H2K 1H3
Entrance will be via Wurtele Street, the student entrance. Access to several bike racks is available, located opposite the student entrance.
Camp supervisors :
Laura Douglas et Caroline Mc Laughin
4) Form to fill out
Finally, we ask you to complete the following form which indicates that you have read the documents and that you are in agreement with the measures taken by Langmobile.
Please contact us at (514) 352-4762 for any questions relating to the camp or to inform us of any important information about your child.
We look forward to a memorable camp experience with your child!
The Langmobile Team