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Check-In Day

We are counting down the days until Camp 2017, and it won’t be long before you arrive at camp for summer of fun, friends, and the arts! We want you to have all the details about Check-In Day, so your camper’s first day at camp goes smoothly. Of course, it will help if you have all your camp forms in first! Read on to learn all about our dates, schedule, and procedures for Check-In Day!

Dates & Schedule

First 2-Week Session, First 4-Week Session, 6-Week Session, and 8-Week Session

  • Sunday, June 25th between 1:00 – 4:00 PM
  • Please do not arrive before 1:00 PM; we will not be ready for you!

First 1-Week Session

  • Sunday, July 9th between 3:30 – 5:30 PM.
  • Please do not arrive before 3:30 PM; we will not be ready for you!

Second 2-Week Session, Second 4-Week Session, 6-Week Session, and 8-Week Session

  • Sunday, July 23rd between 1:00 – 4:00 PM
  • Please do not arrive before 1:00 PM; we will not be ready for you!

Second 1-Week Session

  • Sunday, August 6th between 3:30 – 5:30 PM.
  • Please do not arrive before 3:30 PM; we will not be ready for you!

Check-In Procedures for our 2, 4, 6, and 8-Week Campers

#1 Drive to your Bunk Area and Check-In

Look for an e-mail the night before camp starts to learn in which Bunk Area your camper will be living. When you arrive at camp, drive down the road from the parking lot to North, South, Coop, or Hill, and park on the grass facing the bunks.

  • As you pull into the parking lot, our staff will be able to remind you in which Bunk Area your camper will be living.
  • Drive slowly. (5 mph speed limit)
  • Meet your camper’s Bunk Head and receive your camper’s bunk assignment in the tent outside the Bunk Area.

#2 Complete Camp Paperwork & Meet with the Camp Nurses

In front of your Bunk Area

  • Complete any missing paperwork.
  • Make a deposit into your camper’s canteen account.
  • Your camper will be screened for head lice and a fever.
  • Meet with a Camp Nurse to continue your camper’s health screening and turn in any medication. (Once your camper’s hand is stamped, feel free to move onto #3 if there is a line to meet with the Camp Nurse. You can always meet with the Camp Nurse once your camper is moved in!)

#3 Move into your Bunk

  • Meet your camper’s Bunk Counselors.
  • Help your camper move into the bunk and unpack.
  • This is a good time to talk with the Bunk Counselors about your camper’s daily class schedule before choosing your camper’s classes with the Department Heads.

#4 Choose Classes & Drop Off Instruments and Cameras

  • Confirm your camper’s schedule with each of his or her Department Heads. Ask questions to make sure your camper is in the best classes, and make changes if necessary.
  • If your camper is in a Music or Photography class, drop off instruments and cameras. Please make sure your camper’s name is clearly labeled on all instruments, cameras, and cases.

Lunch

  • If your family arrives between 1:00 – 3:00 PM, you are invited to eat lunch with us!

Finally, it’s Time to Say Good-Bye

  • Give your camper one last hug, and say good-bye. Your camper will join the rest of their bunk on a camp tour at 4:00 PM sharp!

Check-In Procedures for our 1-Week Campers

#1 Drive to your Bunk Area and Check-In

Look for an e-mail the night before camp starts to learn in which Bunk Area your camper will be living. When you arrive at camp, drive slowly (5 MPH speed limit) down the road from the parking lot to South or North, and park on the grass.

  • As you pull into the parking lot, our staff will be able to remind you in which Bunk Area your camper will be living.
  • Meet your camper’s Bunk Head and receive your camper’s bunk assignment in the tent outside the Bunk Area.

#2 Complete Camp Paperwork & Meet with the Camp Nurses

In front of your Bunk Area

  • Complete any missing paperwork and confirm your child’s classes.
  • Make a deposit into your camper’s canteen account.
  • Your camper will be screened for head lice and a fever.
  • Meet with a Camp Nurse to continue your camper’s health screening and turn in any medication. (Once your camper’s hand is stamped, feel free to move onto #3 if there is a line to meet with the Camp Nurse. You can always meet with the Camp Nurse once your camper is moved in!)

#3 Move into your Bunk

  • Meet your camper’s Bunk Counselors, help your camper move into the bunk and unpack.

Finally, it’s Time to Say Good-Bye

  • Give your camper one last hug, and say good-bye. Your camper will join the rest of their bunk on a camp tour!