Summer Camp Guidelines
- Campers are to be dropped off in lot P28 (see campus map). You must park your vehicle in a parking spot, and escort your camper to the check-in
desk. All outstanding balances must be paid before camper is allowed to be checked-in.
- Campers may not be dropped off any sooner than the start of camp at 7:30 am.
- All forms and waivers must be signed and turned in prior to sign-in.
- Camper pick-up will be held in the lobby of building A, the Joe Mack Wilson Student
Center. Please park in lot P35 (see campus map).
- Anyone picking up a camper must present a photo ID before camper will be released.
We will not release your camper unless proper identification is given each day.
- Please pick-up your camper on time between the hours of 4:30 pm and 5:300 pm. Tardy
pick-up will result in being charged $10 per every 5 minutes after 5:300 pm.
- Anyone authorized to pick up your camper from camp, including you, should be listed
on the Emergency Contact & Child Pick-Up form.
- Early pick-up must be arranged at drop-off. In case of emergency, arrange early pick-up
by contacting a camp coordinator at 678-915-7374 or 678-915-3984.
- 1st-5 graders must bring a change of clothes to camp each day.
- All personal items brought to camp are your camper’s responsibility and must be labeled
with their name.
- Sunscreen and insect repellent will not be provided or applied by camp staff.
- Staff will encourage safe and proper application.
- Leave all electronics, valuables, and cell phones at home.
Code of Conduct
Children are expected to display appropriate behavior at all times. To assure the
maximum enjoyment of the program by all participants, please review the following
guidelines with your camper. Your camper is expected to:
- Show respect to all participants and staff
- Be pleasant to others and refrain from using foul language
- Refrain from causing harm to self, other participants and staff
- Use equipment, supplies, and facilities properly
If behavior problems arise, you will be contacted that day to discuss the nature of
the problem. The following disciplinary techniques will be used for uncooperative
- Time-Out: the camper is removed from activity for duration of up to one minute per year of
- Parent Involvement: if the camper has difficulty controlling themselves, the parent will be contacted
to handle the situation.
- Removal from Program: if problems persist or the behavior is severe, such as causing intentional harm to
others or consistent disruptions of camp activities, the camper will be removed from
the program for the day or rest of the week. No refunds will be given for disciplinary removal.
- You will be notified in the event of any injury IF so requested on the Health & Medical
- You, or the emergency contact, need to be available to pick up your child from camp.
In the event of a medical emergency you will be notified immediately. This can include
camper illness and severe injury.
- If your camper has special needs for medication during the day or is on a drug holiday,
please make those needs clear on your Health & Medical form.
- Parents are expected to bring whatever medical supplies or medications their camper
will need each day and turn it in to staff at check-in, along with written instructions. Staff will
be happy to remind them to take medication if we are notified in writing about their
schedule. If your camper has a strong allergy to bee stings or other conditions that
require the use of an epi-pen, the camper is expected to have the required supplies
with them at all times, and they should also know how to administer these injections
themselves. If a child needs assistance administering an epi-pen, a staff member trained
to provide this assistance will do so.
Campers, including their siblings, with an infectious illness (H1N1, pink eye, hand,
foot & mouth disease, etc.) must be removed from camp immediately for the safety of
the other campers. A pro-rated refund will be issued.