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2006 Summer Camp

Final Summer Camp Information

Mr. Miller has distributed the final summer camp information:
  • What to Bring to Summer Camp
  • Final General Info for Camp Ottari
  • Final Info for New River
  • Final Info for Claytor Lake
  • High Knoll Leader's Guide (check the General Info for Camp Ottari for departure times and contacts)

Summer Camp Medical Forms

Please ensure your son is prepared from a medical checkup standpoint. Here's a reminder of the base requirements:

Camp Ottari
A medical exam within the past 36 months. Please remember that while physician’s signature is valid for 36 months, the ottari medical form supplement must be completed annually. We must have a signature in the parental consent section! I suggest that you simply attach a new form to your old form. (ottari medical form suppliment.pdf). If you don't have a competed medical form < 36 months old, the camp medical form is attached.


Claytor Lake, New River, High Knoll
A physical examination signed within 12 months is required for all participants. (camp medical form 06.pdf)


Prescription Medications
During camp, all medications are must be checked into the medical station (Except for emergency medications like epi-pens, inhalers, etc). We will appoint one of our adult leaders is appointed as the Troop Medical officer during summer camp. This person's responsibility is to retrieve and dispense prescription medications at the appropriate time.

You'll need to complete two forms: The admin pres med 06.pdf form - which is a recap of the medications your son is taking, and the admin pres med cards 06.pdf. The med cards form is very important. One must be completed for every time medications need to be dispensed to your son (bkfast, lunch, dinner, etc). What has worked for me in the past (heavy allergy sufferers in our family) is to complete one form for each dosage and place the card and the medication into a small ziploc baggies. (Rite-Aid or Walgreen's sell small baggies that work very well for this) Place all of the small baggies into a large (gallon size) baggies and that way we can easily and quickly dispense these medications during mealtimes or other times.
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Aj Mezynski,
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Aj Mezynski,
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