Everybody deserves to be respected for who they are
One of our goals is for each child to find a new activity that they didn’t know they would really like before they came here.
The focus of what we do here is always for the staff
This is a place that works for a lot of different types of people.
Seeing new friendships formed
Creating a second home for campers
All of the Above
Never, the messier the better
Elk View Activity Club
Emergency Evacuation Plan
Extra Vans After Curfew
New Recruit To The Autobot Team
Personal Digital Assistant
Pretty Damn Awkward
Private Display of Affection
Public Display of Affection
Player Development Academy
Everyone To Bunk
Enjoy Time Bonding
Earth To Brodie
Elkview Transit Bus
Empty Trash Bins
Early To Bed
Bunks are to wait outside of the dining hall to be invited in.
Campers must sit at their own tables for ALL meals.
Announcements are made after everyone has been served.
Campers may not stand on tables during songfest.
Do not take any food for the dining hall back to the bunks.
Hawaiian Shirt Tuesday
Infirmary call times are after breakfast and after dinner.
A counselor should take the sick camper to the infirmary.
If a bunk will not be covered, the camper should go to the infirmary with another counselor or camper
All campers’ medications are distributed at the infirmary after each meal.
Ignore the campers feelings
Help your camper find extra times to call home
Try to get the homesick camper involved in camp activities
Immediately inform the camper advocate
Sign up (if it is for a camp trip)
Tell his/her counselor that he/she is leaving
Sign out at the office
Notify their parents by sending a quick text message
Counselors can get EVAC off the night before their day off only if their bunk has six 10s.
You get 6 days off for the entire summer.
You may choose any 6 days to take off throughout the summer.
Your day off is a time to relax and get away from the campers.
You may get a salary advance for your day off if you fill out the appropriate form by lunchtime of the evening you would like a salary advance.
All campers may keep cell phones in their bunks.
Campers will be given wifi passwords when they arrive each session at the first night bunk meeting.
If cell phones are seen outside of the bunk, a warning is given. For a second offence, the cell phone will then be confiscated.
Staff should not talk to camper’s parents on their cell phones.
Staff may be on their personal cell phones during clean up, rest hour and OD.