PrimeTime Lacrosse, Boston MA
What time is check-in and check-out for day camp?
(Please refer to website/email correspondence for check-in/check-out times of Fall / Winter Clinics)
What equipment does my son/daughter need for camp?
For all PrimeTime Lacrosse programs we require that players bring a full set of equipment.
For boys this includes:
• Elbow pads
• Shoulder pads
• Mouth guard
• Rib pads (recommended)
• Protective Cup (recommended)
• Sneaker AND Cleats
For girls this includes:
• Mouth Guard
• Sneakers AND Cleats
Will water be provided?
Yes, there will be water provided to players but we do ask that all players bring their own supply of water or other beverage as well.
Is there an athletic trainer onsite during camp?
All PrimeTime Lacrosse programs have a certified Athletic Trainer on site during all summer camps.
What happens if it gets too hot during a camp day?
In the event that the weather becomes excessively hot, the program directors and Athletic Trainer will discuss the play schedule for the day. Typically this would include 15-20 minutes of play time followed by water breaks. We will typically take 3-4 water breaks per hour.
What if my son has a medical condition that needs to be monitored, has medication that needs to be administered, or a food allergy?
In the event that any of the above conditions exist we ask that you please make us aware of the situation two weeks prior to the start of camp. On check-in day each parent/guardian will have the opportunity to speak with the Athletic Trainer and discuss any issues.
Will lunch be provided for day campers?
No, lunch will not be provided for day campers.