flotation machines | mineral processing machine & solutions - jxsc

flotation machines | mineral processing machine & solutions - jxsc

Flotation is the most widely used beneficiation method for fine materials, and almost all ores can be separated by flotation. Another important application is to reduce ash in fine coal and to remove fine pyrite from coal. The flotation machine is mechanical equipment for realizing the froth flotation process and separating target minerals from ore. At present nearly 2 billion tons of ore in the world are treated by the froth flotation process. According to rough statistics, about 90% of non-ferrous minerals are recovered by the flotation method, accounting for 50% proportion in the field of ferrous metal mineral separation.

Suitable material Sulfide minerals, oxide minerals, non-metallic minerals, silicate minerals, nonmetallic salt minerals, soluble salt minerals, rare earth minerals, etc., including gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, galena, zinc blende, chalcopyrite, pyroxene, molybdenite, nickel pyrite, malachite, cerussite, smithsonite, hematite, cassiterite, wolframite, Ilmenite, beryl, spodumene, brimstone, graphite, diamond, quartz, mica, feldspar, fluorite, apatite, barite, and so on.

The flotation machine is composed of single or multiple flotation cells, by agitating and inflating the chemical reagent treated slurry, some mineral ore particles are adhered to the foam and float up, and then be scraped out, while the rest remains in the slurry.

Industrial flotation machines can be divided into 5 classes, mechanical agitation flotation machine, pneumatic flotation machines, flotation column, airlift flotation machine, froth separation flotation machines. At present, the mechanical flotation machine is the most commonly used in industry, followed by the column flotation which has recently set off hot spot, the pneumatic type and froth separation are not common.

Commonly used flotation models TankCell series, Wemco series, Agitair series, SuperCells, RCS(reactor cell system), Denver laboratory flotation, KYF, and XCF series flotation devices, laboratory flotation machine. Well-known flotation machine manufacturers have Outotec, Flsmidth, Metso, BGRIMM, JXSC flotation machine china; column flotation manufacturers or models have Jameson, CPT, Counter-flow inflatable flotation column.

Main parts: slurry tank, agitator device, mineralized froth discharging system, electromotor, etc. 1. Slurry tank: mainly consist of a slurry inlet, slurry tank and a gate device for controlling the slurry volume, welded with steel plate. 2. Agitator: slurry tank have a series of the mechanically driven impeller that disperses the air into the agitated pulp. 3. Mineralized forth discharging: the useful minerals are enriched in the foam, scraped out, dehydrated, and dried into concentrate products.

Whatever flotation machines design is selected, it must accomplish a series of complicated industrial requirements. 1. Good mixing function. a qualified flotation machine should mix the slurry uniformly and maintain the particles especially the target mineral particle in suspension with the pulp, maximum the froth-mineral probability. 2. Adequate ventilation and distribution of fine bubbles. Except for the flotation machine performance, the frother type and dosage also matter to the distribution of the bubbles. 3. Appropriate agitation control in the froth beds. It is should pay importance to keep froth zones smoothly, which ensures the suspension of collector coated particle.

1. The throughput capabilities of various cell designs will vary with the ore property (beneficiability, size, density, grade, pulp, PH, etc.). In the case of ore easy separated, and a small amount of air inflation required, may choose a mechanical flotation machine; if the minerals with coarse size, proper to choose the KYF, BS-F, ore CLF type; what's more, when in case of ore easy separated, fine particles, high grade, low PH, flotation column is the best, especially in the concentrating process. 2. There is a difference between the process of concentrating, rough selecting. Thin froth layer is better for separate mineral particles, thus may not choose a large air inflation flotation machine.

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cryotherapy in new york - yelp

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stockpile of ppe being kept outdoors at queens veterans home; health leaders question if its still fully protective cbs new york

stockpile of ppe being kept outdoors at queens veterans home; health leaders question if its still fully protective cbs new york

There is no acceptable reason for keeping PPE outdoors. You keep PPE not just indoors, but you keep them in rooms where its the right temperature and humidity to protect the viability of it, said Dr. Mitchell Katz, president and CEO of NYC Health and Hospitals.

The NYS Veterans Home at St. Albans, like other skilled nursing facilities, continues to receive, manage and use a supply of PPE items in an ongoing effort to combat the pandemic, stay prepared for any future developments and abide by State and Federal regulations governing PPE supply requirements. The facilitys current supply of PPE, including the required 60-day supply, is being properly stored inside. While an additional quantity of PPE, separate from the 60-day supply and not needed for the daily needs of the home, was stored outside due to a lack of available storage, the facility has been working for weeks to move supplies to on-campus storage facilities and identify additional storage facilities. This process will continue until all items are inside a process we expect to be completed by the end of the week. The suggestion that all the items outside are rotting and infested with rodents is inaccurate, and reports of mass damage to these items are grossly exaggerated. In fact, only a small percentage of boxes have visible damage to them, and we will be thoroughly inspecting everything stored outside to ensure that the PPE is suitable for usage. We are investigating whether any PPE may have been unnecessarily damaged and will take any appropriate remedial action.

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qc camp faqs - queens college

qc camp faqs - queens college

** VIRTUALOPEN HOUSES** Opportunity to meet camp administrators Virtual Tour of our Facilities Brief overview of Programs Camp Schedules AM/PM education classes and sports activities. Mid-day LUNCH. Morning Grap-N-Go Breakfast, Snacks and water breaks. Camp schedules for Theater/Dance or All Day Sports Club. Extended Care 8-9am or 4-5pm or both. End of day DISMISSAL @ 4PM. How to register and secure a spot in any or all our programs. **PROGRAMS** Three different programs are offered. Education with Sports, Theater, or All Day Sports Club program. In addition, QCSC host Specific Sport Camps such as Volleyball or Basketball Clinic with our QC Athletics Coaching Staff throughout the summer. Please refer to the camp website for additional info and dates. VIEW BRUCHURE What is theEducation & Sports Program About? Each child chooses an academy Classes are 45 - 90 minutes long Maximum class size 22 Each class is run by a NY state licensed teacher with at least 2 counselors assisting No homework; no tests Classroom time is structured but designed to be fun Academy descriptions are available in brochure; curriculum is strictly age-specific Children should enter academies based on the school year they are going into the following September. What is the All Day Sports ProgramAbout? 45 - 60 minutes each Variety of indoor (basketball/volleyball) and outdoor (soccer/softball) sports are included in the academy bundle. Tennis is available for children in most academies (excluding Dance and Theater) Approx. 1 teacher per 25 children in addition to counselor assistance Multiple groups are brought together and then broken down by skill level Skill levels are assessed early and children are grouped accordingly What is the Theater Programabout? Program is broken down into two (2), 4-week programs(1st4 weeks, last 4 weeks) Each age group organizes a musical play which is performed live at the end of the 4 weeks. Aside from lunch and swim, all other activities are theater-related (dance, acting, costume/set design, production) Any child with an interest in any theater-related activity is encouraged to participate in the theater program (children will have the opportunity to participate in the activity of their primary interest) Program is coed Theater program schedule is 9-4 (Late schedules will have a sport activity) Minimal interaction with the rest of camp/campers **EQUIPMENT** What equipment/supplies will my child need? Allowed? All sports equipment and education supplies are provided by camp (only equipment permitted are softball gloves and tennis rackets, although these are also provided by camp) Water bottle, Sneakers, Camp t-shirt strongly encouraged Swim suit, towel, lock (ages 9-14), and bathing cap (campers CANNOT swim without a swim cap) are needed for children with swimming in their schedule Light backpack suggested to carry swimming gear, water bottle, etc. (MUST be carried by child during the day) Lockers are available for the swim period, but not available for the whole day. Children will need to carry everything they bring to camp. Change of clothing optional, if needed Personal electronic devices (handheld games, cell phones, etc) arestronglydiscouraged (camp is not responsible for damage, loss or theft) Other valuable personal belongings (toys, trading cards, etc) should be left home Any clothing/personal belonging brought to camp should be clearly labeled with the child's name **REGISTRATION** What are the registration procedures? Register online. How? (click for step-by-step instructions) A registration fee of $250 is required to process all registrations. This fee (and any additional payment toward tuition) is refundable before May 15, 2021less a $50 processing fee. After May 15, 2021the entire $250 registration fee is non-refundable. After June 1, 2021no refundswill be given for withdrawal from camp. According to the Department of Education,the first day of camp is Monday, June 28. Balance is due by April 1, 2021; if registering after April 1stbalance is due upon receipt of the bill. LATE REGISTRATION continues all based on program availability. Telephone cancellations will not be honored.All cancellations must be in writing ([email protected]) There is a $25 return check fee. Late registration (after April 1st) continues until the beginning of camp or enrollment capacity is reached. No late fees but payment in full is due upon registration, unless alternative arrangement are made with camp director Class/Program selection should be done at registration (or as early as possible) All education classes will fill up!! (strongly suggested to select classes a.s.a.p.) First 4 weeks of camp cannot be broken up; last 4 weeks, classes are broken down into two, 2-week curriculums (with a few exceptions, i.e. theater program, test prep) Half-day or partial-week schedules arenotavailable Payment plans can be arranged upon request with the camp office([email protected]) No scholarships or discounts are available Any questions about vouchers, reimbursement etc, email the camp office([email protected]) PLEASE NOTE: TWU: Local 100 & Hospital Workers: Local 1199 provide pre-approved funding assistance for summer camp email the camp office([email protected]) If I know my child will be out for a certain amount of time, will registrations fees be adjusted? There are no exceptions during the first 4 weeks of camp There is no credit or refund for any time missed (because camp fills to capacity) Where possible, the camp director will consider requests during the last 4 weeks Because camp is often not filled to capacity during the second half of the summer **GROUPS** Group Assignments? Groups and activities are separated by age, with one group counselor 5 & 6 yr olds (approx. 6-8/group) 7 & 8 yr olds (9 or less/group) 9-14 yr olds (10-12/group) Where possible, children are separated by sex; however, many groups are co-ed Special request (i.e. all same sex, all boys, all girls, etc.) are likely to be honored; however, they are primarily contingent upon registration demands Program changes (classes, groups, activities) are discouraged but will be accommodated wherever possible Are there any camp trips? No, all activities take place on the Queens College campus **STAFF** What are the qualifications of the camp staff? How is the staff structured? Most counselors are at minimum college-age and older. Approximately half of the staff are Queens College students; the other half attend other colleges Many counselors are Education majors and/or college varsity athletes All counselors are screened, interviewed, and trained at an orientation Group counselors' primary responsibility is the safety and welfare of the children; they escort their groups to and from activities and tend to the individual needs of their campers Head counselors supervise approximately 10 group counselors and are responsible for assisting counselors with any issues Every activity is run by a qualified teacher, responsible for organizing and conducting the activities A staff of 20+ administrators oversee all daily activities and are available to the staff during the day to handle any issues **CONTACT INFO** How will I be able to contact the camp during the summer? Camp office is open from 7:30 AM until 5:30pm Parents may call at any time during the camp day (all calls will receive immediate attention) (718) 997-2777 Parents with questions, concerns, or complains should address them to the camp office/administrators; they are discouraged from addressing group counselors directly **SCHEDULE** Daily Schedules? Programs begin at 8:00 or 9:00 AM and end at either 4:00 or 5:00 PM (determined at registration) Early drop-off begins at 7:30 AM (no earlier) Camp requests you pick up your child within hour of the end of their program Camp provides adult supervision if late pick-up is required There are additional charges for early drop-off or late pick-up (frequent late pick-up requires special arrangements with camp office) Do different groups interact with one another? Will my child have the opportunity to meet other children? Yes - lunchtime, swim time, sports and education classes are great times for children to meet many others children who have many similar interests **FOOD** Is lunch provided? Are snacks offered? Hot and cold lunch selections are served to all children (sample menu available) Lunch meals are prepared by New York City Department of Education School Food Program. Main dish, sides, fruit & drink are served to each child at lunch Assorted milks or water are the only beverages offered (lactose intolerance can be accommodated) Non-meat options are offered daily (usually peanut butter and jelly or a cheese sandwich) Special dietary needs should be brought to the camp's attention as early as possible in order to make special accommodations (not every special request may be honored; some children may need to bring their own meals) A small snack will be provided either mid-morning or mid-afternoon Children are welcome to bring their own snacks as long as they do not require refrigeration and are carried by the child Vending machines are available (the Summer Camp is not responsible for these machines) Children with food allergies may need to bring their own meals: contact camp office for information Grab-N-Go Breakfast will be available in the morning. Water is available at various stations across the camp. Children should bring a water bottle to camp so they can refill it periodically throughout the day **MEDICAL** Is there medical staff on duty? Two medical stations (1 in the gymnasium; 1 outdoors adjacent to the sports fields) are staffed by certified E.M.T's (emergency medical techs) or A.T.C..'s (athletic trainer certified) All Board of Health required medical/first aid staffing ratios are met (and exceeded) daily All administrative staff are certified in R.T.E. (respond to emergencies), C.P.R. and First Aid Children with special medical needs can be accommodated with a completed medical form and a letter indicated the child's detailed needs; camp medical staff will contact each parent to make appropriate arrangements Children with special needs will be evaluated on an individual basis. Special arrangements may be required by the camp to ensure a quality experience. Every effort will be made to accommodate these special needs **TRANSPORTATION** Is bus transportation available? Yes, for all of Queens (except the Rockaway), and parts of Nassau Transportation fees are not included in the registration (more information coming soon) Parents are welcome to make their own transportation arrangements Most (approx. 75%) campers are dropped off and picked up by parents/relatives/friends Camp provides drive-by drop off assistance Parents must park and come in to the gym to pick up children at the end of the day **SWIMMING** How are the children supervised in the pool? They are supervised in the pool by 12-16 certified lifeguards/swim instructors and a HEAD lifeguard Lifeguard/swim instructors are certified by the American Red Cross All lifeguards MUST have lifeguard training, first aid and CPR-PR/AED; A few lifeguards will have WSI - Water Safety Instruction Children's counselors provide additional supervision in the pool area Attendance is taken three time - when they arrive, after the lesson begins and before they leave How are the children assigned in the pool? Each group is assigned to a section. The pool is divided into 8 sections by lane lines The group counselor sits in the section where his/her group is Age 5 - assigned to 2 ft tables which are in 4 ft water Age 6 - assigned to 4 ft water Ages 7 & 8 - assigned to 5 ft water Ages 9-12 - assigned to 6-12 ft water *** Life jackets, bubbles, and kick boards are available for all ages if needed *** Are children taught lessons? Each child will be tested on their first and/or second day of camp Monday-Thursday there is a 20-minute lesson (according to Red Cross criteria) and 20 minutes of free swim time. (each Friday is free swim) What if my child does not know how to swim? Depending on the age of the child, he or she will be given a flotation device in the section with their group or moved to a shallower area is the space allows What equipment does my child need? Bathing suits, bathing caps (campersCANNOTswim without a cap!!), towel and lock (ages 9-14) to secure their items in a locker while in the pool We recommend that all jewelry be taken off because lost jewelry is often hard to retrieve *** POOL Temperature and chemical levels are according to Board of Health rules and regulations and are checked every morning *** **EMPLOYMENT** How can someone apply to work at camp? Camp welcomes new applicants each year for the following positions: Counselors Head Counselors Teachers Administrative Staff Lifeguards Medical Staff Applications are available at www.queensknights.com/campjob

** VIRTUALOPEN HOUSES** Opportunity to meet camp administrators Virtual Tour of our Facilities Brief overview of Programs Camp Schedules AM/PM education classes and sports activities. Mid-day LUNCH. Morning Grap-N-Go Breakfast, Snacks and water breaks. Camp schedules for Theater/Dance or All Day Sports Club. Extended Care 8-9am or 4-5pm or both. End of day DISMISSAL @ 4PM. How to register and secure a spot in any or all our programs. **PROGRAMS** Three different programs are offered. Education with Sports, Theater, or All Day Sports Club program. In addition, QCSC host Specific Sport Camps such as Volleyball or Basketball Clinic with our QC Athletics Coaching Staff throughout the summer. Please refer to the camp website for additional info and dates. VIEW BRUCHURE What is theEducation & Sports Program About? Each child chooses an academy Classes are 45 - 90 minutes long Maximum class size 22 Each class is run by a NY state licensed teacher with at least 2 counselors assisting No homework; no tests Classroom time is structured but designed to be fun Academy descriptions are available in brochure; curriculum is strictly age-specific Children should enter academies based on the school year they are going into the following September. What is the All Day Sports ProgramAbout? 45 - 60 minutes each Variety of indoor (basketball/volleyball) and outdoor (soccer/softball) sports are included in the academy bundle. Tennis is available for children in most academies (excluding Dance and Theater) Approx. 1 teacher per 25 children in addition to counselor assistance Multiple groups are brought together and then broken down by skill level Skill levels are assessed early and children are grouped accordingly What is the Theater Programabout? Program is broken down into two (2), 4-week programs(1st4 weeks, last 4 weeks) Each age group organizes a musical play which is performed live at the end of the 4 weeks. Aside from lunch and swim, all other activities are theater-related (dance, acting, costume/set design, production) Any child with an interest in any theater-related activity is encouraged to participate in the theater program (children will have the opportunity to participate in the activity of their primary interest) Program is coed Theater program schedule is 9-4 (Late schedules will have a sport activity) Minimal interaction with the rest of camp/campers **EQUIPMENT** What equipment/supplies will my child need? Allowed? All sports equipment and education supplies are provided by camp (only equipment permitted are softball gloves and tennis rackets, although these are also provided by camp) Water bottle, Sneakers, Camp t-shirt strongly encouraged Swim suit, towel, lock (ages 9-14), and bathing cap (campers CANNOT swim without a swim cap) are needed for children with swimming in their schedule Light backpack suggested to carry swimming gear, water bottle, etc. (MUST be carried by child during the day) Lockers are available for the swim period, but not available for the whole day. Children will need to carry everything they bring to camp. Change of clothing optional, if needed Personal electronic devices (handheld games, cell phones, etc) arestronglydiscouraged (camp is not responsible for damage, loss or theft) Other valuable personal belongings (toys, trading cards, etc) should be left home Any clothing/personal belonging brought to camp should be clearly labeled with the child's name **REGISTRATION** What are the registration procedures? Register online. How? (click for step-by-step instructions) A registration fee of $250 is required to process all registrations. This fee (and any additional payment toward tuition) is refundable before May 15, 2021less a $50 processing fee. After May 15, 2021the entire $250 registration fee is non-refundable. After June 1, 2021no refundswill be given for withdrawal from camp. According to the Department of Education,the first day of camp is Monday, June 28. Balance is due by April 1, 2021; if registering after April 1stbalance is due upon receipt of the bill. LATE REGISTRATION continues all based on program availability. Telephone cancellations will not be honored.All cancellations must be in writing ([email protected]) There is a $25 return check fee. Late registration (after April 1st) continues until the beginning of camp or enrollment capacity is reached. No late fees but payment in full is due upon registration, unless alternative arrangement are made with camp director Class/Program selection should be done at registration (or as early as possible) All education classes will fill up!! (strongly suggested to select classes a.s.a.p.) First 4 weeks of camp cannot be broken up; last 4 weeks, classes are broken down into two, 2-week curriculums (with a few exceptions, i.e. theater program, test prep) Half-day or partial-week schedules arenotavailable Payment plans can be arranged upon request with the camp office([email protected]) No scholarships or discounts are available Any questions about vouchers, reimbursement etc, email the camp office([email protected]) PLEASE NOTE: TWU: Local 100 & Hospital Workers: Local 1199 provide pre-approved funding assistance for summer camp email the camp office([email protected]) If I know my child will be out for a certain amount of time, will registrations fees be adjusted? There are no exceptions during the first 4 weeks of camp There is no credit or refund for any time missed (because camp fills to capacity) Where possible, the camp director will consider requests during the last 4 weeks Because camp is often not filled to capacity during the second half of the summer **GROUPS** Group Assignments? Groups and activities are separated by age, with one group counselor 5 & 6 yr olds (approx. 6-8/group) 7 & 8 yr olds (9 or less/group) 9-14 yr olds (10-12/group) Where possible, children are separated by sex; however, many groups are co-ed Special request (i.e. all same sex, all boys, all girls, etc.) are likely to be honored; however, they are primarily contingent upon registration demands Program changes (classes, groups, activities) are discouraged but will be accommodated wherever possible Are there any camp trips? No, all activities take place on the Queens College campus **STAFF** What are the qualifications of the camp staff? How is the staff structured? Most counselors are at minimum college-age and older. Approximately half of the staff are Queens College students; the other half attend other colleges Many counselors are Education majors and/or college varsity athletes All counselors are screened, interviewed, and trained at an orientation Group counselors' primary responsibility is the safety and welfare of the children; they escort their groups to and from activities and tend to the individual needs of their campers Head counselors supervise approximately 10 group counselors and are responsible for assisting counselors with any issues Every activity is run by a qualified teacher, responsible for organizing and conducting the activities A staff of 20+ administrators oversee all daily activities and are available to the staff during the day to handle any issues **CONTACT INFO** How will I be able to contact the camp during the summer? Camp office is open from 7:30 AM until 5:30pm Parents may call at any time during the camp day (all calls will receive immediate attention) (718) 997-2777 Parents with questions, concerns, or complains should address them to the camp office/administrators; they are discouraged from addressing group counselors directly **SCHEDULE** Daily Schedules? Programs begin at 8:00 or 9:00 AM and end at either 4:00 or 5:00 PM (determined at registration) Early drop-off begins at 7:30 AM (no earlier) Camp requests you pick up your child within hour of the end of their program Camp provides adult supervision if late pick-up is required There are additional charges for early drop-off or late pick-up (frequent late pick-up requires special arrangements with camp office) Do different groups interact with one another? Will my child have the opportunity to meet other children? Yes - lunchtime, swim time, sports and education classes are great times for children to meet many others children who have many similar interests **FOOD** Is lunch provided? Are snacks offered? Hot and cold lunch selections are served to all children (sample menu available) Lunch meals are prepared by New York City Department of Education School Food Program. Main dish, sides, fruit & drink are served to each child at lunch Assorted milks or water are the only beverages offered (lactose intolerance can be accommodated) Non-meat options are offered daily (usually peanut butter and jelly or a cheese sandwich) Special dietary needs should be brought to the camp's attention as early as possible in order to make special accommodations (not every special request may be honored; some children may need to bring their own meals) A small snack will be provided either mid-morning or mid-afternoon Children are welcome to bring their own snacks as long as they do not require refrigeration and are carried by the child Vending machines are available (the Summer Camp is not responsible for these machines) Children with food allergies may need to bring their own meals: contact camp office for information Grab-N-Go Breakfast will be available in the morning. Water is available at various stations across the camp. Children should bring a water bottle to camp so they can refill it periodically throughout the day **MEDICAL** Is there medical staff on duty? Two medical stations (1 in the gymnasium; 1 outdoors adjacent to the sports fields) are staffed by certified E.M.T's (emergency medical techs) or A.T.C..'s (athletic trainer certified) All Board of Health required medical/first aid staffing ratios are met (and exceeded) daily All administrative staff are certified in R.T.E. (respond to emergencies), C.P.R. and First Aid Children with special medical needs can be accommodated with a completed medical form and a letter indicated the child's detailed needs; camp medical staff will contact each parent to make appropriate arrangements Children with special needs will be evaluated on an individual basis. Special arrangements may be required by the camp to ensure a quality experience. Every effort will be made to accommodate these special needs **TRANSPORTATION** Is bus transportation available? Yes, for all of Queens (except the Rockaway), and parts of Nassau Transportation fees are not included in the registration (more information coming soon) Parents are welcome to make their own transportation arrangements Most (approx. 75%) campers are dropped off and picked up by parents/relatives/friends Camp provides drive-by drop off assistance Parents must park and come in to the gym to pick up children at the end of the day **SWIMMING** How are the children supervised in the pool? They are supervised in the pool by 12-16 certified lifeguards/swim instructors and a HEAD lifeguard Lifeguard/swim instructors are certified by the American Red Cross All lifeguards MUST have lifeguard training, first aid and CPR-PR/AED; A few lifeguards will have WSI - Water Safety Instruction Children's counselors provide additional supervision in the pool area Attendance is taken three time - when they arrive, after the lesson begins and before they leave How are the children assigned in the pool? Each group is assigned to a section. The pool is divided into 8 sections by lane lines The group counselor sits in the section where his/her group is Age 5 - assigned to 2 ft tables which are in 4 ft water Age 6 - assigned to 4 ft water Ages 7 & 8 - assigned to 5 ft water Ages 9-12 - assigned to 6-12 ft water *** Life jackets, bubbles, and kick boards are available for all ages if needed *** Are children taught lessons? Each child will be tested on their first and/or second day of camp Monday-Thursday there is a 20-minute lesson (according to Red Cross criteria) and 20 minutes of free swim time. (each Friday is free swim) What if my child does not know how to swim? Depending on the age of the child, he or she will be given a flotation device in the section with their group or moved to a shallower area is the space allows What equipment does my child need? Bathing suits, bathing caps (campersCANNOTswim without a cap!!), towel and lock (ages 9-14) to secure their items in a locker while in the pool We recommend that all jewelry be taken off because lost jewelry is often hard to retrieve *** POOL Temperature and chemical levels are according to Board of Health rules and regulations and are checked every morning *** **EMPLOYMENT** How can someone apply to work at camp? Camp welcomes new applicants each year for the following positions: Counselors Head Counselors Teachers Administrative Staff Lifeguards Medical Staff Applications are available at www.queensknights.com/campjob

Three different programs are offered. Education with Sports, Theater, or All Day Sports Club program. In addition, QCSC host Specific Sport Camps such as Volleyball or Basketball Clinic with our QC Athletics Coaching Staff throughout the summer. Please refer to the camp website for additional info and dates. VIEW BRUCHURE

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