Project 61 Camp Policies
Upon arrival the camper and parent will need to check in any and all medication (over the counter and prescription medication) at the registration table. Please put all medication in a Ziploc with instructions for administration. All medicine should be in original, labeled containers.
The camp nurses will monitor medication administration. If there are any question or concerns about medication, please contact Nate Boone (918-640-7993).
Campers should not bring any electronic devices (cell phone, iPod, iTouch, MP3, iPad, Kindle, PSP, etc) wit them to camp. If electronic devices are brought, they will be confiscated by Project 61 staff and not returned until camp is over. Please note that One Hope cannot be held responsible for confiscated electronic devices that are lost, stolen, or damaged.
The camp Dress Code will be emailed to campers.
Once the camper arrives at Project 61, the Project 61 staff will take full responsibility for transporting the camper if/when needed. Campers who transport themselves to camp will need to leave their vehicle parked for the remainder of the week.
Project 61 is an opportunity to focus on your relationship God not on relationships with the opposite gender. No flirting, hand holding, calling people "Bae," kissing, etc, will be tolerated. If you come to camp with a significant other, please treat him/her as just a friend for the week.
Contacting Your Camper
Campers cannot have their cell phones with them during the week, even if the phone is turned off. Parents/guardians will be emailed a list of camp staff contact information before camp begins so they can reach their camper as needed.