Go-Cub-Wild Summer Kid's Camp
PEARL RIVER WILDCAT WELLNESS
GO CUB WILD
Camp begins Monday, June 15, 2020 and ends Thursday, June 18, 2020.
Participant drop off will be from 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. at Shivers Gym located on the Pearl River Community College Poplarville campus. Parking will be available in Seal Hall parking lot located across from White Coliseum. Camp activities will take place from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Pick-up will commence at 5:00 p.m. and last until 5:30 p.m. Parents must report to pick-up table at Shivers Gym to sign in/out participants. There will be a late fee assessed if the child is not picked up during the designated pick up times.
Cost is $100
Breakfast will NOT be provided, so please ensure your child has a well-balanced breakfast prior to arriving to camp. The children will be provided lunch from 11:30-12:30 in the cafeteria. We will discuss healthy eating choices during camp, encouraging youth to eat well-balanced, nutritious meals. There will be water stations available to your children at all times of the day and they will be given one Wildcat Wellness water bottle they can reuse each day. You may also send a healthy snack with your child if you choose.
Children will need to wear athletic shirts, athletic shorts, and athletic shoes. Close-toed shoes ONLY. Unfortunately, your child will not be allowed to participate if they are not wearing appropriate shoes.
ITEMS TO BRING TO CAMP EVERYDAY
Closed-toe Athletic Shoes
Bathing Suit & Towel (Last day of camp - June 18h)
Since this is a structured and educational recreation camp, youth are expected to treat each other, staff, camp equipment, and the public with respect. Our goal is to provide campers with a physically and emotionally safe atmosphere. Inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated. Physical bullying (i.e. pushing, hitting, fighting) and emotional bullying (i.e. name calling, teasing, put downs, racial/ethnic slurs) will not be tolerated. Remarks or physical contact of a sexual nature will not be tolerated. Behavior mentioned above will be grounds for immediate dismissal from the camp, whether it is directed towards other campers, camp staff, or the public. Campers that are the target of such behavior must inform camp staff of the incident immediately. Behavioral guidelines are to be followed at all times regardless of the location of the activities. If a child is expelled from camp, the child may not return to camp, and there will be no registration refunds. In cases where there are major behavioral issues, the below sequences will take place:
MAJOR BEHAVIORAL CONSEQUENCES
1st Offense – Warning
2nd Offense – Time Out
3rd Offense – Expulsion (Parent Pick-Up)