Description: CitySquash is a not-for-profit after-school enrichment program based in the Bronx at Fordham University and in Brooklyn at Poly Prep. The organization helps motivated and talented young people from economically disadvantaged households fulfill their academic, athletic and personal potential.
Founded in 2002, CitySquash serves 180 elementary, middle, high school and college students. For our participants, CitySquash is an intensive, year-round commitment that includes squash, tutoring, mentoring, community service, travel, culture, high school placement, college prep, and career support. CitySquash begins working with students in third grade and serves them through college graduation.
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|Brief Description: Minor violations (General Violations)<br/> Documentation of religious objection to physical exam/immunization not on file; does not contain statement on child health, parental responsibility for child health, authorization for camp to provide emergency medical care when required.|
|Brief Description: Violations requiring immediate correction (Public Health Hazards)<br/> All camper and staff injuries, illness and conditions reportable pursuant to HC Article 11 were not reported; Medical log not complete and/or updated.|
|Brief Description: Violations requiring correction within two weeks (Critical Violations)<br/> Written Safety Plan incomplete; provisions do not address staff, facility, fire safety, medical requirements, general and activity specific safety, staff training and camper orientation|
|Brief Description: Violations requiring correction within two weeks (Critical Violations)<br/> In addition to Health Director camp fails to provide one staff member per 50 campers currently certified in standard first aid and personal safety; in addition to waterfront supervisor camp fails to provide one staff member per 100 campers certified in CPR|
|Brief Description: Minor violations (General Violations)<br/> All camp staff have not had recent medical exam including TB testing as required by the Dept.|
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