Bro. Jimmy Glover
1019 El Monte Dr.
Simi Valley, CA 93065
PARENTS NOTE: Students should not arrive until Sunday at 4:00 PM. Counselors themselves are arriving earlier but require time to set up the campsites. Meal arrangements do not begin until Sunday evening. Please label your child’s belongings or they may not return with them! There is a checklist for personal items attached. We ask you to please go over this list and ensure that your child comes to camp with all the items. Then sign the page so we know you have seen it. Thank you.
MEDICAL EMERGENCIES: Medical forms are located at the Robinson site. Should an emergency arise, contact Bro. Greg Robinson. Also, students should bring their own Health Insurance cards in the event of an emergency.
CAMP COMMITTEE: Bro. Mike & Sis. Wendy Cipriotti, Bro. Jim & Sis. Katie Glover, Bro. Tom & Sis. Nini Graham, Bro. Michael & Sis. Rose Hatcher, Bro. Greg & Sis. Michelle Robinson, Bro. Jimmy Vetkos, Bro. Henry & Sis. Sharon Wisniewski, Bro. Jonathan & Sis. Tiffany Wisniewski.
EARLY ARRIVALS AND LATE DEPARTURES MUST MAKE THEIR INTENTIONS KNOWN TO A COMMITTEE MEMBER BEFORE ARRIVAL.
OTHER THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW:
Please see the registration form for this year’s cost per student/family. This fee does not cover the cost and therefore Kid’s Camp is being subsidized. The actual cost is approximately $300 per student and donations are appreciated.
All cooking will be done under the supervision of the counselors at each campsite.
Food will be picked up at the main hall daily. A schedule for meals is provided.
*Please note the changes made to this year’s Kids Camp menu. In order to have more nutritious options, dessert will only be provided with Sunday and Friday evening meals. If you would like desserts or other sweet treats during the week, please have your child bring a package, such as cookies, to share with their campmates.
a) Every student MUST have a medical consent form filled out and returned before
b) Each pupil is assigned to a counselor. The counselor will act as a parent and
should be regarded with the same respect shown to your parent.
All students will tent with their respective counselors. They will share the duties
relating to washrooms, food preparation, dishes, etc. Duty rosters will be prepared.
Pupils should dress appropriately for all Kid’s Camp functions. Girls are required to
wear dresses or skirts for classes. Boys are to wear long pants and collared shirts to
classes, and no ripped jeans. If you have any questions in this regard, ask a counselor.
See the rules on page 24 for more details.
Pupils must stay within the Camp grounds.