Rules for Campers
Camp Callabar provides our children with a structured, fun, friendly and non-competitive summer program. Here campers spend a safe and happy summer vacation playing tennis, swimming, doing arts and crafts, and participating in other special activities, in an atmosphere of mutual respect.
Our standard for behavior is to treat others as you would like to be treated. This includes showing respect for the feelings of others and their belongings; acting responsibly concerning safety of yourself and others; making an effort to help other campers, especially new campers, and showing kindness at every opportunity. We also maintain a No-Bullying policy. This means that verbal or physical abuse, including taunting, teasing, name calling, pushing, shoving, etc. are not tolerated.
In summary, we expect Staff, Campers and Parents to follow our Camp Motto:
Respect, Responsibility, Effort, and Kindness Count
In light of the heightened safety procedures this year, it is paramount to follow all behavior standards and camper rules. Each week Campers will be given pool, fire and safety orientation by the director. The following rules are not inclusive, but are those most frequently in need or reiteration by the staff.General
The Director and Staff will maintain a reasonable level of discipline. Campers are expected to follow the instructions of the Staff at all times. Any disruptive behavior will be handled in the following measures:
Additionally, if the behavior continues, the Board reserves the right to take further measures, including suspension for the remainder of camp.
If you have a complaint about any matter relating to Camp, first contact the Director and try to resolve it. If this is not possible, discuss the issue with a member of the Camp Committee. If you are still not satisfied, you may ask to meet with the Board of Directors on the matter.