It is the busiest time of the school year for students and parents. While children have homework assignments and studying to do, parents are under pressure to make sure their children keep up with their schoolwork. This is on top of cooking, cleaning, and providing shuttle service to and from extracurricular activities.
It might be difficult to even think about summer plans at this point in the semester. However, the end of the school year is in sight, and warmer weather is on the way. If you want to ensure your child has a great summer, you should consider signing them up for summer camp.
In this article, we want to help you answer the question of whether summer camp is right for your child.
As a multi-generational operation, Camp Loy White has positively impacted members of the community for almost sixty years. Long-time staff and former campers continue returning to this sacred space bringing along children and grandchildren with whom they hope to create precious memories comparable to their time at Camp Loy White. The mission with which the camp was created still reigns true: reconnecting people with nature through curiosity and adventure, offering a place to find stillness in the midst of a chaotic world, encouraging individuals to explore their faith or spirituality, and supporting any neighbor in need. Though the name has since changed to Tekoa Foothills, the original principles established a vein of truth that flows through the structure of the camp as a core design.
Being a summer camp counselor is an exciting endeavor that will encourage you to explore, challenge you to grow, and inspire you to let your spark glow! Want to know more? Read this first-hand account of the ins and outs of being a summer camp counselor!