We're counting down the days until Camp! Our staff is preparing for the best summer experience for your child. We know you're preparing, too.
That's why we've created this quick checklist that includes pro tips and reminders to make your planning easier.
- Check out the arrival details for your session. New this year: All check in will happen at Camp this summer and you can move your camper into their cabin!
- This summer, we're excited to host a number of family socials and parent pick up receptions. These are great opportunities to meet other families and Camp staff. We hope you're able to arrange your travel around these fun gatherings.
2. Parent To Do List
- You recently received a packet that included a "Letter to My Counselor" form for all campers. Help your child fill this out this letter and mail it back to us so we can get to know your child better! The packet also included the Camper Code of Conduct. Please review that with your child.
- Review what to bring and what not to bring on the recommended packing list. Pro tip: purchase play clothes that can get dirty! The Camp Store will be open on all opening days and you can always buy items online!
- Make sure your online forms are complete on the forms portal. If you requested an extension on your child's physical, please submit it as soon as you are able.
- Learn more about the medication policy and sign up for Realo to ensure prescriptions are sent to Camp - this includes over the counter medications, vitamins and supplements.
3. Goal Setting Guide
- Review the Goal Setting Guide that was mailed to your four-week (First Session & Second Session) or two-week (Mariners) campers.
4. Important Updates
- We have updated our health screening practices. Don't forgot to download the 5-day health screen form to track your temperature and refer to our practices on when children are sent home sick.
- New this year: There is always a chance that your child will need to leave Camp for unforeseen circumstances (illness, behavior issues, injury). To that end, parents must designate someone as their child's Emergency Pick-Up Contact.
- New this year: Family-style dining is back! We believe that meals are an opportunity for nourishment and fellowship. Review the tips for dining at camp with your child.