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Formerly known as Children’s College, Camp Lotsafun began in 2004 as a half-day summer camp for children ages 9-12. This growing program expanded to full day in 2005 and began serving 6-8 year old children in 2006. This is my first year as Camp Lotsafun director but, might I say..I am extremely excited for all that is in store! We are jam-packed with awesome instructors and courses that are sure to be “lotsafun!” So, come join us as we Rock Through the Decades! Each week will cover a different decade, and we will relive some of the world’s most significant (and even some insignificant) happenings. Grab your mic and meet me at center stage! -Tara Anglin Camp Lotsafun Director


Shagala Barnett

This Hamburg native is a Senior at Louisiana Tech University studying Health and Exercise Sciences. Ms. Barnett was an All-State athlete in both Basketball and Softball and, once she graduates, hopes to become a high school basketball coach and teach health and P.E. She loves working with kids, in general, and plans to be a positive influence in their life. She is determined to be more than a coach or a teacher but, instead, she wants to be that person who encourages them to maintain a healthy lifestyle, and pushes them to follow their dreams.

Tye Bibby

We are pleased to welcome Ms. Tye Bibby to our Camp Lotsafun staff! Ms. Tye holds her Masters in Public Administration, but is ceritfied as an Arkansas Department of Education Business Education instructor and currently teaches Business Education at Magnolia High School. Tye will be teaching various computer classes for us throughout camp this year.

Nellis Caldwell

This certified English, Launguage Literature, Oral Communication, and Drama teacher will be joining us for camp this year to help students recreate some favorite TV shows from each decade. Currently, Ms. Caldwell teaches English at El Dorado High School, but previously taught Drama at Detroit Edison Public School Academy. She has also been a Forensic Drama Team coach and has instructed at a Performing Arts Camp. We are thrilled to have her join our staff this year.

Anwar Fairley

Another new addition to staff is Mr. Anwar Fairley. Mr. Fairley holds his Master of Arts in Teaching with a minor focus in English and Spanish. He will take the students on several “Rockin’” adventures throughout camp. We look forward to all of the classes and activities he has planned!


Stephanie Lowrey

Joining us for her second year is Mrs. Stephanie Lowrey. Mrs. Stephanie will graduate from SAU in May with a degree in Elementary Education and is currently student teaching at Retta Brown Elementary.This mother of three has a desire to see every student develop a love for learning. We are excited to have her on staff!

Elaine Manning

Ms. Elaine joins us this year, carrying an abundance of experience with children ranging from 9 months to 4th grade. She has worked 8 years with students from Kindergarten to 4th grade as a computer lab teacher. She is currently a Computer Lab Teacher at Hugh Goodwin Elementary and was previously the Education Director at the Boys and Girls Club of El Dorado. Welcome to Camp Lotsafun, Ms. Elaine!

Dianne Nuckolls

This retired nurse and teacher holds a Masters degree plus over 22 years of experience. Atop it all, Mrs. Dianne has a minor focus of Spanish and fluently speaks the language. While she currently resides in Sarepta, Louisiana, being able to spend time with her granddaughter keeps her in El Dorado quite regularly. We are very fortunate to have Mrs. Dianne on staff and have no doubt that she will be a valuable assett.

Bobbie Smith

A SouthArk alum, Miss Bobbie is originally from Oklahoma and taught several popular classes at Camp Lotsafun in 2010, 2011, and 2012. A 2012 graduate of SAU, and a current student in the SAU Masters program, Miss Bobbie truly makes learning fun for campers through unique characters and hands-on activities. Welcome back, Miss Bobbie!


Laura Smith

Ms. Laura is an Elementary Education major at Louisiana Tech University with an expected graduation of November 2013. She comes highly recommended and we are pleased to welcome her to staff! She enjoys volunteering with children at her church and has spent the past two summers babysitting a preschooler.

Rachel Smith

Joining us for a second year is Mrs. Rachel Smith. This California native earned an AA in Early Childhood Education from SouthArk and a degree in Early Childhood Education from Southern Arkansas University. She enjoys reading, painting, and looks forward to encouraging campers to do their best while having fun!

Rachel Stover

Originally from El Dorado, Rachel holds a degree in Exercise Sciences from SAU and spent the spring completing an internship in Cardiac Rehab at Baptist Health in Little Rock. Rachel taught for several years at Bravo Dance Centre, served as a gymnastics instructor at the Donald W. Reynolds Boys and Girls Club in Fayetteville, and taught for us during the Time Travelers camp last year. We are glad that she is joining the Camp Lotsafun family!

Sherrin Tucker

We are so pleased to welcome Ms. Sherrin back for her 5th year with us. Patient and supportive, Ms. Sherrin is an inspiration to the students. She holds a Masters in Special Education and Bachelors in Early Education and currently teaches at EHS. She is also a sign language instructor and interpreter.


7:30-8:00 8:00-9:15 9:15-9:30 9:30-10:45 10:45-12:00 12:00-12:30 12:30-1:45 1:45-3:00 3:00-3:15 3:15-4:30 4:30-5:30

Drop Off Man on the Moon A.M. Snack Twist and Shout The Race to Space Lunch American Bandstand Warhol and Pop Art P.M. Snack The Entrepreneur Pick-Up

Center Stage Rm. 141 Rm. 141 Outside/121 Rm. 128 Rm. 128 Rm. 105/121A Rm. 138 Rm. 128 Rm. 128 Center Stage

Rachel Smith Rachel Smith Rachel Smith Shagala Barnett Stephanie Lowrey Stephanie Lowrey Sherrin Tucker Dianne Nuckolls Laura Smith Laura Smith Laura Smith

7:30-8:00 8:00-9:15 9:15-9:30 9:30-10:45 10:45-12:00 12:00-12:30 12:30-1:45 1:45-3:00 3:00-3:15 3:15-4:30 4:30-5:30

Drop Off Ready, Set, Hut! A.M. Snack The Race to Space The Mouse Lunch Drama: Gilligan’s Island Rockin’ the Nation P.M. Snack Warhol and Pop Art Pick-Up

Center Stage Outside/121 Rm. 121 Rm. 128 Rm. 105 Rm. 121 Rm. 121 Rm. 141 Rm. 141 Rm. 138 Center Stage

Rachel Smith Rachel Stover Rachel Stover Stephanie Lowrey Tye Bibby Tye Bibby Nellis Caldwell Anwar Fairley Anwar Fairley Dianne Nuckolls Laura Smith


Man on the Moon // Rachel Smith On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the very first man to walk on the moon. During this course, students will relive those exciting moments and learn about what it must have been like for Armstrong and the Apollo 11 crew. Students will also learn about the moon phases, make themselves into astronauts, and more! Twist and Shout! // Shagala Barnett Students will learn how music and dancing made an impact on the 60s while learning the importance of cardio and physical fitness. They will learn the history of “The Twist” and spend some time learning the dance moves. Students will also learn other ways to stay physically active. The Race to Space // Stephanie Lowrey On April 12, 1961, aboard the spacecraft Vostok 1, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin becomes the first human being to travel into space. During this class, students will be introduced to the space race that dominated the space program in the 1960s. Students will learn about the successes and failures that made it possible to get the first man on the moon. They will create (and race) their own balloon rockets and star finder. American Bandstand // Sherrin Tucker Students will get an introduction to the music of the 60s, research their favorite band from the decade, and create their own American Bandstand performance! Warhol and Pop Art // Dianne Nuckolls Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Can paintings are key works of the 1960s Pop Art movement, a time when many artists made work derived from popular culture. Warhol himself said, “Pop Art is about liking things,” and claimed that he ate Campbell’s soup every day for 20 years. During this course, students will delve into the meaning of Pop Art and create a few pieces of their own.


The Entrepreneur // Laura Smith On July 2, 1962, Sam Walton opened the first Wal-Mart store and, by 1988, it was the most profitable retailer in the United States. What did it take to make this happen? From supply and demand (hello, Musical Chairs!) to perseverance and determination, students will take a glimpse inside principles of economics and what else it takes to become a successful entrepreneur like Walton. Ready, Set, Hut! // Rachel Stover The Super Bowl continues to be a prominent part of the American life; but did you know that the first Super Bowl was held in 1966? This class will walk students through what the event is like from the player’s perspective. They will learn how they prepare mentally and physically, from learning plays to executing them live in a flag football game. The Mouse // Tye Bibby Douglas Engalbart built the first prototype for the computer-navigating mouse in 1963. During this course, students will explore how to use a mouse, learn about some of the tools used to move around and between computer windows, then complete a scavenger hunt using all that they learned. Students will also learn about computer/human interface and mouse engineering. Drama: Gilligan’s Island // Nellis Caldwell During this course, students will recreate the hit television show from the 60s, “Gilligan’s Island.” The week will end with a performance open to friends and families. Rockin’ the Nation // Anwar Fairley This class will see how the 60’s “Rocked the Nation” through Martin Luther King and Civil Rights movements. Students will discover how individual responsibility and character determines successes and failures.


7:30-8:00 8:00-9:15 9:15-9:30 9:30-10:45 10:45-12:00 12:00-12:30 12:30-1:45 1:45-3:00 3:00-3:15 3:15-4:30 4:30-5:30

7:30-8:00 8:00-9:15 9:15-9:30 9:30-10:45 10:45-12:00 12:00-12:30 12:30-1:45 1:45-3:00 3:00-3:15 3:15-4:30 4:30-5:30

Drop Off Earth Day A.M. Snack Just Tri It! May the Force Be With You Lunch Musical History Parade Jailhouse Rock P.M. Snack Mother Teresa Pick-Up

Center Stage Rm. 141 Rm. 141 Outside/121

Rachel Smith Rachel Smith Rachel Smith Shagala Barnett

Rm. 128 Rm. 128 Rm. 105/121A Rm. 138 Rm. 128 Rm. 128 Center Stage

Stephanie Lowrey Stephanie Lowrey Sherrin Tucker Dianne Nuckolls Laura Smith Laura Smith Laura Smith

Drop Off Disco Dayz A.M. Snack May the Force Be With You Rockin’ Technology Lunch Drama: The Brady Bunch Microsoft IT Academy P.M. Snack Jailhouse Rock Pick-Up

Center Stage Outside/121 Rm. 121

Rachel Smith Rachel Stover Rachel Stover

Rm. 128 Rm. 141/105 Rm. 121 B Rm. 121 B Rm. 105 Rm. 121 Rm. 138 Center Stage

Stephanie Lowrey Anwar Fairley Anwar Fairley Nellis Caldwell Tye Bibby Tye Bibby Dianne Nuckolls Laura Smith


Earth Day // Rachel Smith In honor of the first Earth Day celebration in 1970, students will explore nature in its entirety. Throughout this course, they will make dirt cups, birdseed feeders, earth plates, and more! They will watch The Lorax and reflect on what makes the Earth so important not just for humans, but for everything we share it with. Just Tri It! // Shagala Barnett Led by Jack Johnstone and Don Shanahan, a group of athletes and friends hosted 46 participants in the first official triathlon, the Mission Bay Triathlon, on September 25, 1974. During this course, students will learn about the history of the triathlon and all that the event entails. They will learn about the roles physical fitness and perseverance play in the lives of these athletes and how we can apply the same principles to our daily lives. May the Force Be With You // Stephanie Lowrey Students will be introduced to Star Wars, and the buzz it created in the 1970s, through a week of Star Wars inspired science investigations. Students will learn about various forces through marble distance races, pulley devices, and magnet experiments. Musical History Parade // Sherrin Tucker Students will experience an introduction to 70s music by researching musicians and bands from the era then recreating a live history parade for parents and guests. They will also delve into the “hippie” movement by creating their very own tie-dyed t-shirts. Jailhouse Rock // Dianne Nuckolls Elvis was born in Tupelo, Mississippi on January 8, 1935 and passed away on August 16, 1977. Even after his untimely death, this Mississippian still remains a pop icon. During this course, students will study the life of Elvis and what made him so popular that he remains the “King of Rock and Roll.”


Mother Teresa // Laura Smith Mother Teresa won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. During this course, students will learn about and discuss Mother Teresa and the meaning of peace. They will discuss the attributes it takes to be named a Nobel Peace Prize winner and relate those to the works of Mother Teresa throughout her life. Disco Dayz // Rachel Stover The disco era hit its peak during the 1970s. During this class, students will learn what the rave was about while learning some groovy moves. Rockin’ Technology // Anwar Fairley This decade was crucial in the advancement of technology. Many of the things we use today stem from what was derived from the 70s. Students will learn about floppy disks, VCRs, pocket calculators, and more! Drama: The Brady Bunch // Nellis Caldwell During this course, students will recreate the hit television show from the 70s, The “Brady Bunch.” The week will end with a performance open to friends and families. Microsoft IT Academy // Tye Bibby With 1975 marking the year that Microsoft was founded, students will spend the week exploring various programs created by the computer giant. With the primary focus being on Microsoft Office, students will experiment with the various programs.

We need help!

Camp Lotsafun is in search of the glorious attire from the different decades that will be studied. If you happen to have any 60s, 70s, 80s, or 90s clothing that you wouldn’t mind getting rid of, please call Tara at 870-864-8456.


7:30-8:00 8:00-9:15 9:15-9:30 9:30-10:45 10:45-12:00 12:00-12:30 12:30-1:45 1:45-3:00 3:00-3:15 3:15-4:30 4:30-5:30

Drop Off Center Stage The Titanic - Unsinkable? Rm. 128 A.M. Snack Rm. 128 Pac-Man Outside/121 Personal Computers Rm. 105/121A Lunch Rm. 121A The Magic School Bus Rm. 110/141 DNA Investigations Rm. 138 P.M. Snack Rm. 128 American Woman Rm. 128 Pick-Up Center Stage

Stephanie Lowrey Stephanie Lowrey Stephanie Lowrey Rachel Stover Tye Bibby Tye Bibby Stephanie Lowrey Dianne Nuckolls Laura Smith Laura Smith Laura Smith

7:30-8:00 8:00-9:15 9:15-9:30 9:30-10:45 10:45-12:00

Drop Off Center Stage Pac-Man Outside/121 A.M. Snack Rm. 121 The Titanic - Unsinkable? Rm. 128 Cruising Through Power Point: The Walkman Rm. 110 Lunch Rm. 121 Drama: Happy Days Rm. 121 Rockin’ With the King of Pop Rm. 141 P.M. Snack Rm. 141 DNA Investigations Rm. 138 Pick-Up Center Stage

Rachel Smith Rachel Stover Rachel Stover Stephanie Lowrey

12:00-12:30 12:30-1:45 1:45-3:00 3:00-3:15 3:15-4:30 4:30-5:30

Elaine Manning Elaine Manning Nellis Caldwell Anwar Fairley Anwar Fairley Dianne Nuckolls Laura Smith


The Titanic - Unsinkable? // Stephanie Lowrey How did people find out about the Titanic disaster? Why did people think the Titanic was unsinkable? These, among others, are questions students will explore through this course that commemorates the release of “The Titanic” by revisiting the Titanic story. Students will create their own news articles regarding the disaster, map out the ship’s voyage, and play a game of passenger rescue! Pac-Man // Rachel Stover We love Pac-Man! Come explore why this game created such a hype that it’s still considered one of the greatest arcade games of all time! Students will spend the week creating a life-size version of the game. Personal Computers // Tye Bibby In 1981, IBM introduced the first personal computer. During this course, students will become familiar with the parts of a computer and computer etiquette through hands-on activities in the computer lab. The Magic School Bus // Stephanie Lowrey All aboard the Magic School Bus! In honor of the 1986 publication, “At the Waterworks,” this class (and Ms. Frizzle) will explore scientific phenomena through virtual field trips and hands-on learning. DNA Investigations // Dianne Nuckolls DNA wasn’t considered legitimate evidence to convict criminals until the late 1980s. In this course, students will learn the purpose and structure of DNA and the role it plays in individual identity. American Woman // Laura Smith The 1980s was a decade of firsts for women in America as Sally Ride made it to space and Sandra Day O’Conner was appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court. During this course, students will relive these great acheivements and how they may have affected other women of that time.


Cruising Through Power Point: The Walkman // Elaine Manning Due to the huge success of the Sony Walkman, cassettes outsold vinyl records for the first time in 1983. During this course, students will create interactive presentations, graphics, and slideshows centered around the portable cassette player. Drama: Happy Days // Nellis Caldwell During this course, students will recreate the hit television show from the 70s, “Happy Days.” The week will end with a performance open to friends and families. Rockin’ With the King of Pop // Anwar Fairley November 30, 1982 marks the release date of Michael Jackson’s Thriller. Students will spend this week rockin’ through the life of the “King of Pop” while exploring the idea of personal and social responsibility with hit song “Man in the Mirror.”


7:30-8:00 8:00-9:15 9:15-9:30 9:30-10:45 10:45-12:00 12:00-12:30 12:30-1:45 1:45-3:00 3:00-3:15 3:15-4:30 4:30-5:30

Drop Off Clinton for President A.M. Snack Welcome to the Jam Surfin’ Lunch Y2K 9/11 P.M. Snack Pretty, Pretty Princess Pick-Up

Center Stage Rm. 128 Rm. 128 Outside/121 Rm. 105/121 Rm. 121 Rm. 141 Rm. 138 Rm. 141 Rm. 141 Center Stage

Stephanie Lowrey Stephanie Lowrey Stephanie Lowrey Shagala Barnett Tye Bibby Tye Bibby Bobbie Smith Dianne Nuckolls Laura Smith Laura Smith Laura Smith

7:30-8:00 8:00-9:15 9:15-9:30 9:30-10:45 10:45-12:00

Drop Off Center Stage Graffiti Funk Outside/121 A.M. Snack Rm. 121 Clinton for President Rm. 128 Cruisin’ Through Power Point Rm. 110 Lunch Rm. 121 Y2K Rm. 128 Drama: Saved By the Bell Rm. 121 P.M. Snack Rm. 121 9/11 Rm. 138 Pick-Up Center Stage

Rachel Smith Rachel Stover Rachel Stover Stephanie Lowrey

12:00-12:30 12:30-1:45 1:45-3:00 3:00-3:15 3:15-4:30 4:30-5:30

Elaine Manning Elaine Manning Anwar Fairley Nellis Caldwell Nellis Caldwell Dianne Nuckolls Laura Smith


Clinton for President // Stephanie Lowrey Throughout this course, students will create a book about President Bill Clinton’s journey to the Presidential seat. Starting with his high school days in Hope, AR, to his accomplishments as the governor of AR, through his Presidential campaign, and finishing with serving two terms as President of the United States- students will relive all of the major events that took a fellow Arkansan to the White House. Welcome to the Jam // Shagala Barnett Welcome to the Jam – Space Jam! Students will learn basketball basics from dribbling to teamwork. Surfin’ // Tye Bibby The 90s will remain recognizable as the decade of the internet. This course will take students through internet etiquette, safety, and guidelines as they surf the World-Wide Web. Y2K // Bobbie Smith What did people expect would happen in the year 2000? The fun and adventurous Miss Bobbie will take students on a sure-fly rush as they discover the Y2K scare. On Friday, students will “Party Like It’s 1999” – friends and family welcome! 9/11 // Dianne Nuckolls September 11, 2001 marks a day of tragedy for the United States of America…but it also marks a day of hope and a more united nation. During this class, students will examine the 9/11 attacks from a variety of angles with a large focus being the importance of community. Pretty, Pretty, Princess // Laura Smith Princess Diana, the Princess of Wales, strived to maintain a sense of commonality despite her royal role. During this class, students will examine the life of Princess Diana. They will also study what it would be like to be a King, Queen, Prince, or Princess then act out a skit to show how they would act as royalty.


Graffiti Funk // Rachel Stover Bright colors, wild hair, awesome aerobic moves…these are all things sure to be remembered from the 90s. During this course, students will study the aerobic-dance era and learn some funky dance moves while they’re at it. Cruisin’ Through Power Poing // Elaine Manning The 90s will remain recognizable as the decade of the internet. This course will take students through internet etiquette, safety, and guidelines as they surf the World-Wide Web. Y2K // Anwar Fairley What did people expect would happen in the year 2000? The one and only Mr. Fairley will take students on a sure-fly rush as they discover the Y2K scare. On Friday, students will “Party Like It’s 1999” – friends and family welcome! Drama: Saved By the Bell // Nellis Caldwell During this course, students will recreate the hit television show from the 90s, “Saved By the Bell.” The week will end with a performance open to friends and families.


Camp Lotsafun 2013 Student Information Full Name: ________________________________________ Address: __________________________City:_____________ State: _____ Zip:___________ Birth date: __/___/___

Age by Camp:____

Parent /Guardian Information Full Name: ________________________________________ Home Phone:___________ Work Phone: _______________ Cell Phone: _______________ Active E-mail Address: _________________________________ Where did you first hear about Camp Lotsafun:______________________________________ Please read carefully before signing. 1. I approve of my child’s application and enrollment in Camp Lotsafun 2013. 2. Refunds/Transfers: I understand that transfer requests must be made no later than three working days before the first class meeting each week and that I must actually speak to an office staff member before my request will be honored. This can only be granted if slots are available. I understand that there are no refunds for missed days due to changed work or vacation schedules, sick days, or other non-emergency reasons. 3. While my child is enrolled in the camp, I will take responsibility for seeing that he/she complies with the rules. I understand that inappropriate behavior or discipline problems will result in dismissal from this camp without a refund. 4. I will ensure that my child arrives on campus no earlier than 7:30 a.m. and he/she will be picked up by 4:30 p.m. or no later than 5:30 p.m., if extended time is needed. Half day students must be picked up by noon-no later than 12:30 p.m., if eating lunch. A ½ day child staying until 12:30pm must bring a lunch. I have read and understand the above information along with the rules, policies, and procedures and voluntarily agree. X_______________________________ _________ Parent/Guardian Signature Date


Enrollment & Payment Information Please choose which age group and week(s) your child will attend: О 6-8 years old О 9-13 years old О June 3-7 О Full Day (all week) О Half Day (all week) О June 10-14 О Full Day (all week) О Half Day (all week) О June 17-21 О Full Day (all week) О Half Day (all week) О June 24-June 28 О Full Day (all week) О Half Day (all week) A.) Total number of full-day weeks________X $89 per week = _______ B.) Total number of half-day weeks_______X $49 per week =_________ Amount Paid: $___________ Make your check or money order payable to SouthArk. Deadline for registration is the Wednesday prior to the first class meeting each week and the space will not be guaranteed if payment is not received by then. Slots are not reserved until payment is received. Students registering late will be charged $100, if planning to attend a full day or $60, if planning to attend a half day. Late registration is subject to space availability, so you must first call our office. Credit/debit card payments may be made by over the phone by calling 870-864-7163. You may also pay in person at The Center for Workforce Development, 3698 E. Main with a check or exact cash. Our office is located at 3698 E. Main, El Dorado, AR 71730. You will need to bring your completed registration packet with you. You may e-mail or fax the forms in before you pay. Fax # 870-864-8495. Email: ce@southark.edu .

CHECK-OUT AND EMERGENCY INFORMATION Please PRINT neatly & sign where indicated. This form must be turned in with the registration form. Student Name: _______________________________ Date of Birth: _________________

Age: _______

Address: __________________________

Zip:__________

City:__________________

Parent/Guardian Name: __________________________________ Parent/Guardian Cell Phone:________________

State: ___

Home Phone: __________________

Work Phone: __________________

Other Emergency Number:__________________ If a person other than a parent/ guardian will be picking up your child, a signed and dated note must be sent to our office or a phone call needs to be received the day of the pick-up. Does your child have any known allergies or significant medical history? If so, please list: ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ If I cannot be reached to make plans for emergency medical care for my child, I give permission for South Arkansas Community College to take my child or have an ambulance take my child to Dr. _______________’s office located at ____________________________________ or the Medical Center of South Arkansas. Doctor’s office phone number: ______________________________________________ Parent/Guardian Signature for Medical Release: _______________________________ Date: ________ I also give my permission for photography in which my child may appear to be used for South Arkansas Community College Camp Lotsafun publicity. Parent/Guardian Signature for Publicity Release: _____________________________Date: __________


Camp Lotsafun Student Policies & Procedures In an effort to guarantee an atmosphere that is enjoyable and conducive to learning, the Office of Corporate & Community Education expects each participant to adhere to policies & procedures of Camp Lotsafun. It is important that the parent or guardian and the camper understand these Policies & Procedures to ensure the safety and satisfaction of all participants. Please review these policies and procedures with your child. Students will be expected to: • Wear their names tags throughout the day. SouthArk will have nametags for the children in morning and will take them up before leaving each day. • Come to class on time and be prepared to take part in classroom activities; • Treat fellow campers, teachers, and all staff with respect and understanding; • Always follow the rules of good behavior established by parents and teachers. In the event that there is a behavior/discipline problem, the following process will be applied: • The teacher will issue a verbal warning to the student. A written note will be sent to the Camp Director. • If the problem persists, the student will then meet with the Camp Director and the teacher to discuss the problem further. • The parent/guardian will be notified of the problem via a phone call from the Camp Director. The parent/guardian will be notified that the student is being dismissed from the program without receiving a refund or credit, if the problem persists. CAMP RULES 1. Visitors (parent/guardian and other immediate family members) must check in at the Office of Corporate & Community Education before visiting a camper. The office is found in the administrative suite of the Center for Workforce Development. 2. Cell phones and all other electronic items are not allowed. If a child has an emergency, the child must come to the front office to use the phone (with the teacher’s permission only). 3. Campers are responsible for their own personal belongings and should not bring money or valuables. Campers are not allowed to use vending machines. Campers should eat breakfast before they arrive for camp. Campers must bring a lunch with ice pack. No refrigerator or microwave will be available. Campers may bring snacks from home. 4. Campers must ask permission before leaving the classroom or recreational area for any reason and are not allowed to leave the campus without being accompanied by an authorized adult. 5. Campers should contact their teacher if they have any problems with other campers or staff. Campers should not intentionally harm himself/herself or cause harm to another student or staff member. 6. Offensive speech or actions are strictly prohibited. 7. Illegal behavior will be reported to parents and proper authorities. Your signatures indicate that you have read and understand the rules & policies & procedures of Camp Lotsafun and breaking the rules may result in immediate dismissal without a refund. Parent/Guardian’s Signature_____________________________________ Date_________________________ Participant’s Signature __________________________________________ Date_________________________

This form must be turned in with the registration form.

Camp Lotsafun 2013  

Open to children ages 6-13 during the month of June 2013.

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