Camp Champions offers opportunities for school aged students (4-21yrs) with all abilities an opportunity to develop their skills in recreational, physical and social settings alongside our energetic and qualified staff. Participants will transition from group activity stations which include instruction in music, arts and crafts, gym class, resource and leisure time activities. Parents/guardians are required to provide their own transportation to and from camp. Field trip transportation is provided. Camp Champions will be using the online software CampDoc to maintain participant safety information and emergency contacts. A link to submit your information will be sent prior to camp. Packets will be available as an alternative, if needed. The end of the program will feature a special evening in which all the participants and their families will be involved.
WAWM RCS Staff are dedicated and trained to assist all participants in having a successful experience at camp. All participants must be able to participate safely and productively in a group environment. If closer supervision is necessary, a caregiver or chaperone is welcome to accompany the participant. For the safety and enjoyment of all participants, high risk behaviors such as self abuse, physical or verbal aggression towards self or others, repeated profanity and use of inappropriate language, or a consistent unwillingness to participate are not acceptable. Inability to adhere to behavior expectations may result in inability to participate in camp. 1:1 supervision and services are not provided.
Why Are We Using CampDoc? It is always the effort of the WAWM RCS Department to improve the quality of our programming we provide to our families. This school year we have made the decision to work with a company called CampDoc. CampDoc is the leading electronic health record system for camps, designed by camp doctors, nurses, and directors. Their secure, easy-to-use web-based solution helps programs manage health forms, medication/allergies and health logging.