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How much does Spring Break camp cost?
The price is $150 per child for the week. This includes all materials for activities and food for lunch and snacks. A $10 deposit needs to be paid when you register and the balance is due on Friday, March 11. Financial assistance is available for all and may be requested on the registration form.
What if my child cannot attend every day?
If your child is unable to attend a day, we ask that you contact us before 8am the day you know they won’t be attending. It is a short program so we will not be able to offer refunds.
What does my child need to bring with them?
Things to bring to day camp:
Youth should wear closed-toe shoes.
Backpack -To hold personal belongings and help transport crafts youth make during the day back home.
Light jacket- most of our activities will take place outside so a light jacket is recommended for the cooler weather in the mornings.
What shouldn’t my child bring to day camp?
Food to be shared with other campers (including birthday cakes, cookies, etc.) This is to minimize exposure to other youth who may have food allergies. We will provide a meal and snacks throughout the day.
Heelys or other shoes with wheels
Toys, stuffed animals, Legos, trading cards, etc.
Weapons or knives of any kind
Cell phones are allowed, but not recommended.
We ask that if campers do bring their cell phones that they refrain from distracting themselves or others. (including cell phones or smartwatches that can make phone calls, text, or take pictures)
Are masks required at camp?
Camp Fire Green Country follows CDC guidelines to ensure the health and safety of all campers and staff members.
The CDC guidance, at this time, is that masks be worn in all indoor spaces. Camp Fire will provide masks.
What if my child has food allergies?
If your child has any food allergies, please list them in the registration form. We will ensure that there are food options available that meet your child's dietary restrictions.
What if my child has medication they need to take during the day?
If your child has medication they need to take while attending day camp, please send the medication in its original packaging, contained in a ziplock baggie. Please also include the child's name and instructions for use.
One of our leaders will collect and hold that medication for the day and will ensure that your child is able to access it when necessary.
If I need to contact my child during the day, how do I do that?
During business hours, you can contact our office at 918-592-2267.
To directly contact our leaders at Camp Okiwanee, please call Christion Jarvis at 918-947-4687.
In addition, campers are allowed to bring their cellphones to camp, but if they become a distraction to our activities our counselors will hold them and return them to the campers at the end of the day. It is highly recommended that campers do not bring anything valuable that could be broken or lost while at camp. Camp Fire is not responsible for lost or damaged items.
For any other questions specific to your child or not answered above, please contact the Camp Fire office at (918) 592-2267 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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