Parking at UNO
Morning Drop Off
Please park in Lot F and walk your child into the Durham Science Center
Dismissal and After Care Parking
Campers are dismissed as follows:
- - Since there is a great amount of traffic at this time, traffic in will be directed by UNO Security. Parking for self-sign dismissal will be allowed . Near 3:20 p.m., children with permission to sign themselves out of camp will be led across the crosswalk to the assigned waiting area. Parents should enter and turn to the west following the loop around the parking lot. The east end of the parking lot has been blocked off to allow staff to escort campers to their vehicles. Please remain in your cars and allow staff to escort children. It is strongly suggested that parents stagger pick-up times so that the traffic is not overly congested right at 3:15. The children will be well monitored and safe. (See Map.) Note: Giving your child permission to self-sign out from camp means that we do not check names of those picking up. We will do our utmost to ensure your child gets in the correct car.
- - Adults who go inside to sign out and pick up children should park in . Between 3:25 and 3:35 p.m., children enrolled in After Care and those children without permission to sign themselves out will be brought to Room 115 - 116. Campers will be dismissed directly from Room 115 to the adult responsible for picking them up. Children not picked up by 3:45 will be placed with After Care.
- - The directions are the same as Parent Pick-Up, unless children are outside playing. If children are outside, they will be in the area behind Durham through the south doors. A counselor will have the check-out sheet for aftercare. Be sure you have listed all of those with permission to sign out your child. Please pick up your camper by 5:30 p.m.
Those adults not willing to abide by these instructions may be asked to keep their child at home with no refund.
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