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PIT Toolkit 1.0 offers users with an effective yet beneficial tool which is designed for the purpose of expediting the process of sorting campers at CentriKid camps into ‘track times.’ Track times are the activities like basketball or creative painting that campers participate during each week of camp.Every camper participates in two track times (they occur one after the other and are referred to as track A and track B for the remainder of this document, some tracks only run for one of the two) which they are assigned to based on the preferences campers provide on registration day. It is the job of camp staff to try and assign each camper to the tracks they want the most while respecting the enrollment constraints placed on each track by available resources and staff.In the past, this job has been carried out by a group of staffers who, throughout registration day, would receive ‘track time cards’ that incoming campers filled out with their preferences. The group of staffers would then assign campers to tracks as the church groups rolled in.In order to prevent late-arriving churches from having smaller selection on registration day, the group of staffers had to make estimates as to the popularity of tracks and leave space in them throughout the day. This method of track assignment could take hours or even all day depending on the number of participants at camp that week. At the end of the process, the group printed a ‘master grid’ that contained each camper’s track assignments.