Parent Handbook 2020!
Table of Contents
New For 2020
Important Information & Dates Contact Information
Fee Structure Refund Policy
Chartered Bus Service Driving
Directions to Camp Flying Campanion
Baggage Information Phone Calls Cell Phone & Electronics
Parents' Visiting Day
Homesickness Protocol Rule of 3 Vaping & Controlled Substances
Miscellaneous Jewelry Musical Instruments Haircuts Linens Laundry Service Birthdays Camp Store
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Please pay special attention when reading portions of this handbook noted by the “New for 2020” marker, which indicates that a policy or service has significantly changed since last year. This is especially important for returning families.
Parent Handbook 2020
2042 North Main Rd.
Otis, MA 01253
Please clearly mark your camper's bunk name or number.
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New Camper Open House
Sunday, June 14, 2020 11:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Saturday, June 27, 2020
Saturday, July 18, 2020 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM Buffet Lunch Provided No Pets Allowed!
First Session Departure
Tuesday, July 21, 2020
Second Session Arrival
Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Saturday, August 15, 2020
Rookie Experience for Prospective Campers
Friday, July 3, 2020 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM Sunday, July 26, 2020 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Important Information & Dates
Winter Phone: 413.243.2223
Summer Phone: 413.243.2223
Summer Fax: 413.243.3446
Emergency Summer Phone: 954.415.1668
1200 NW 17th Ave.
Delray Beach, FL 33445
PACKAGE POLICY: CAMPERS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO RECEIVE PACKAGES OF ANY KIND. Special circumstances that merit a package can be addressed by speaking to our office manager. Please pass this information on to grandparents and other family and friends.
CAMP STORE ACCOUNT: This is separate from the personal spending account. This is a discretionary account which funds items in the camp store other than candy and ice cream. A spending limit can be set by the parents. This account can be replenished online. Please note: Replenishment of the Camp Store Account does not automatically replenish the personal spending account. They are two separate accounts.
Group/Grade in Fall 2020
Personal Spending (Recommended amount allocated for Big Trip)
Braves & Explorers - 3rd & 4th
Scouts - 5th
Chiefs - 6th
Juniors - 7th
Sub-Seniors - 8th
Lowers Seniors - 9th
Upper Seniors - 10th
Collegians - 11th
PERSONAL SPENDING & CAMPER FUND AMOUNTS BY GROUP: In the table below, you will find the Camper Fund and recommended Personal Spending for each age group. Please note the amounts included in Personal Spending for the Big Trips.
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Regularly scheduled day trips
Final big trip at the end of the summer
Beach towel service
CAMPER’S PERSONAL SPENDING ACCOUNT: We discourage parents from sending campers with large sums of money. It is too difficult to ensure the safekeeping of this money. We recommend campers hold no more than $5 – $10 of cash in their cabins. To maintain more control of each camper’s personal spending money, we establish an account on behalf of each camper. Funds can be withdrawn from this account by your camper, with counselor approval. This account funds:
CAMPER’S FUND ACCOUNT: This is a set amount for each camper and is included in your monthly billing statement as a separate line item. These funds help defray the following expenses incurred during the camp season. This amount must be paid in full before camp begins and is non-refundable:
There are three types of accounts set up for each camper: the Camper’s Fund Account, the Camper’s Personal Spending Account and the Camp Store Account.
Prescriptions deemed necessary by the health cabin
Camper purchases on day trips (i.e. the camp purchases the movie ticket; the camper purchases snacks)
Spending money on big trips (all meals, lodging and entertainment costs are paid for by the camp.)
CAMPER FUND FOR HALF-SESSIONS: First session: $275. Second session: FULL AMOUNT.
CAMPER TUITION INSURANCE: Camper tuition insurance is available (for domestic campers only) through Trip Mate, the Program Protector Plan. This plan includes a package of benefits including program cancellation and interruption, travel delay, medical expense/emergency assistance, baggage and more. Have questions about this plan? Contact a Program Protector Customer Service Representative at 800.423.3632 or programprotector.mhross.com.
PAYMENT METHODS: Camp Lenox accepts checks, all major credit cards, wire transfers, and automatic check debit (e-checks) for tuition payments. Credit cards will be charged with a 3% processing fee. Please make checks payable to Camp Lenox and mail to:
No allowance will be made for late arrival or early departure.
Camp Lenox is not responsible for loss or destruction of personal property.
The deposit of $3000.00 upon application for enrollment includes $300 non-refundable application fee.
It is understood that after registration and deposit of $3000.00 the remaining tuition and fees will be divided into equal monthly installments. The final installment will be in May. All tuition and fees are fully refundable (less the $300.00 application fee) until January 1, 2020. Thereafter, cancellation fees will be charged as follows: January 1 – January 31: $1000.00, February 1 – February 28: $2000.00, March 1 – March 31: $3000.00, and April 1– April 30: $4000. After May 1 there will be no refunds except for verified medical reasons. In this case 50% of the pro-rated amount will be refunded.
Due to fixed costs and expenditures based on definite enrollment and dates, no refunds or reductions can be made for entering late or withdrawing early. However, if a camper becomes ill and the camp physician recommends his/her withdrawal, a pro-rata refund or one-half difference of camp time missed, will be made.
Transportation is an additional fee.
SUMMER ADDRESS (AFTER MAY 15):
2042 North Main Rd.
Otis, MA 01253
It is understood that after registration and a deposit of $3000, the remaining balance – whether by check, e-check, or credit card – will be processed in equal monthly payments from the time of registration. The final installment will be in May. All bills must be paid in full by June 1. Any changes in this policy need to be submitted in writing and approved by the Directors.
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STANDARD CONDITIONS OF ENROLLMENT: Please read the Standard Conditions of Enrollment on your Registration Contract.
WINTER ADDRESS (UNTIL MAY 15):
1200 NW 17th Ave. Suite 14 Delray Beach, FL 33445
You will be notified when your camper’s account has an insufficient balance. Camp allots a specific amount of money stated above for Big Trips. If parents want children to have more than a specific amount, please send a prepaid credit card. At the end of camp, you may instruct the camp to either refund any unused portion of the Personal Spending Account or apply the amount as a credit towards next summer’s balance.
TO CAMP: June 27 — Be sure to confirm transportation plans with camp. Please arrive 30 minutes before departure time. The buses will depart from the following sites:
MIDSUMMER DEPARTURE & ARRIVAL
From Camp (after first session): July 21 — The bus/van returning half-session campers will go to the Westchester site ONLY. The bus/van will leave camp at 8:00 AM and will arrive by 10:30 AM.
To Camp (before second session): July 22 — There will be a bus/van at the Westchester site ONLY to pick up campers from the NY area attending camp for the second session. Please arrive by 10:30 AM so the bus can leave promptly at 11:00 AM.
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PICKING UP FROM CAMP
After Session I (July 21) & After Session II (August 15):
Camper pick-up is between
9:00 - 10:00 AM.
Campers will travel to Camp Lenox on an air-conditioned coach bus. Please provide your child with a “simple bag lunch”. Medications that need refrigeration should be given to a bus counselor and will then be stored in a cooler. These medications will be given to our medical staff upon the campers’ arrival. Dramamine should be administered 1 hour before departure, if necessary. NO TRUNKS OR DUFFEL BAGS ON THE BUSES!
Campers from Long Island
Departs 9:30 AM
Arrives 11:00 AM
Roosevelt Field Mall
630 Old Country Rd.
Garden City, NY
Macy's SW Parking Lot
Chartered Bus Service
DRIVING TO CAMP
Session I (June 27) & Session II (July 22):
Camper drop-off is between
9:00 - 11:00 AM.
Campers from Westchester, Rockland, Riverdale, Connecticut, Brooklyn & Manhattan
June 27 & JULY 22
Departs 11:00 AM
July 21 & August 15
Arrives 10:30 AM
Pier 1 Imports
427 Boston Post Rd.
Port Chester, NY
Main Parking Lot
Please be aware that a child may only be released to parents or a designated individual. If it is going to be a designated individual, the parent should email the office with the relevant information so we have a written copy.
If, for any reason, your child will not be at the designated pick-up location as expected, please contact the office as soon as possible. The office will then contact the lead chaperone for the trip and pass on the relevant information. If necessary the chaperone will call to coordinate with you.
Campers from New Jersey
Departs 10:15 AM
Arrives 11:00 AM
Saddle Brook Marriott
138 New Pehle Ave.
Main Parking Lot
AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION: All families whose children are flying must contact our winter office at 413.243.2223. Camp will provide airport transportation for campers on the following dates only: June 26 (beginning of camp arrival), July 21 (first session departure), July 22 (second session arrival), and August 15 (end of camp departure). We will help coordinate limousine service for all other dates at the parent’s expense. Campers arriving or departing camp at times other than our pre-scheduled session times should contact camp for transportation to/from the airport. We cannot guarantee that we will have staffing for individual service, but will hire a driver at the parent’s expense if required.
All campers will be picked up and dropped off at the airport. Note: Campers flying to camp arrive the day before camp begins (June 26). This will allow everyone a leisurely time to settle in. Please inform camp of all travel arrangements!
Children flying from Florida will meet their escorts outside the security area for JetBlue, which is located in Terminal 3 at the Ft. Lauderdale Airport. Campers should wear orange t-shirts and pack a snack in their carry-on bags. The escorts will be wearing Camp Lenox Staff shirts. Make sure you check-in with your escorts as soon as you arrive in the terminal. Please arrive at the terminal no later than 12:00 PM. Remember: Carry-on bags ONLY — no checked luggage will be allowed on group flights to or from camp. The JetBlue flight from camp on August 15th arrives in Ft Lauderdale at 11:15 AM. Please meet your camper at the security check point.
FROM BOSTON: I-90 West to Exit 2 (Lee exit). Route 20 East, left off MA Pike, for approximately 10 miles. Make a right onto Route 8 South. Go approximately 2 miles and the camp entrance is on the left. LANDMARKS: Shaw Pond on left – take 1st left after you see the lake. Camp Lenox sign and white farmhouse at hairpin turn.
FROM NEW YORK CITY AREA VIA TACONIC PARKWAY: Henry Hudson Parkway to Saw Mill River Parkway to Hawthorne, NY where it intersects with the Taconic State Parkway. Take Taconic Parkway North to the end (near Albany NY). Get on I-90 East (MA Turnpike, towards Boston). Get off at Exit 2 (Lee exit) then follow directions as those from Boston.
VIA ROUTE 8/WESTCHESTER & CONNECTICUT: Take Hutchinson River Parkway North to I-684 North. Go to Exit 9 (Route 84). Take Route 84 Eastbound to Exit 20 (Route 8 in Waterbury, CT). Take Route 8 North to the end (Winsted, CT). At the end of the expressway there is a traffic light. Make a right at the traffic light. Go to the 2nd traffic light (landmark: CVS) and make a right onto Route 8 North. Continue on Route 8 through the town of Otis, MA. Continue on Route 8 past the Otis Poultry Farm. Camp Lenox is 1 mile ahead on the right. At white farmhouse and Camp Lenox sign, make a right turn.
VIA CONNECTICUT TURNPIKE: Take I-95 North to Bridgeport-Exit 27A. Follow signs to Route 8 North. The expressway ends in Winsted, CT. Follow directions above from Winsted, CT to camp.
Download the Campanion App! What is this App you ask? It takes the content we create this summer at camp and organizes it into a curated stream that is customized specifically for you. You will join your child's summer journey with tagged pictures of your camper, daily must-see photos, quick updates from camp (including when your child will be leaving camp on a trip), and letters that get printed and hand-delivered daily!
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Directions to Camp
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Cell Phones & Electronics
Cell Phones are NOT PERMITTED at Camp Lenox. Please make sure your children DO NOT bring their phones to camp. Campers are not allowed to bring computers, tablets, DVD Players, iPod touches or any device that allows for texting or internet access. These items will be confiscated and sent home at the parent’s expense. E-readers, MP3 players with no screens (e.g. AGPTEK G02 8GB Clip MP3 from Amazon) and cameras are allowed in camp at the parent’s discretion. Camp is not responsible for any lost or broken items.
CYBER-BULLYING AND HARASSMENT: It has happened at camps around the country that a few campers have sent rude or intimidating emails or text messages to other campers, or have created false screen names to harass members of the camp community and to spread false and damaging information about them. We want to make sure
the internet communication is fun, positive and an important way for campers to stay in touch with their friends. We are always available to discuss steps you and your child should take should they receive an abusive, demeaning, otherwise threatening or inappropriate Internet communication. If anyone in the Camp Lenox community is found to have cyber- bullied or harassed another member of the camp community, they will not be invited back to camp.
CAMP TRUCKING will be providing "soft" trunk delivery service from your home to Camp. They offer service NATIONWIDE to all Lenox campers in the continental United States. To receive the best pricing for Round-Trip or One-Way Service, register online before May 1st at www.camptrucking.com. Online enrollment ends June 1st for First Session/Full Summer Campers and July 3rd for Second Session Campers. You may call them after these dates at 970-949-0690. Due to space limitations, campers are prohibited from bringing baggage on camp buses, however, a small carry on bag is permitted.
Should you choose to ship UPS/ FedEx on your own, it is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to arrange for the baggage return on Monday, August 17. You must call the carrier, provide all the information needed and arrange for payment.
FLORIDA FAMILIES: All Florida families must ship luggage ahead of time. Baggage cannot be sent on the plane.
FAMILIES FROM OVERSEAS: Families residing overseas may send their baggage (soft trunks and duffel bags only) with their children. Linens, blankets and towels will be provided by the camp.
POLICY & PROTOCOL: Each full session camper, with the exception of the Collegian boys and girls,* will have 3 scheduled phone calls over the summer. Each camper’s group will be assigned specific dates and hours to make their phone calls. Your child will be able to speak to you for ten minutes. If a camper’s parents are living apart, the camper be able to speak to both parents during their phone time. You will be notified of your child’s assigned dates and times in the spring. If there is a need for us to reschedule because a camper is involved in an important activity we will do our best to accommodate both the camper and the family. We will call you in advance to discuss any changes. Phone calls begin on July 22 and end on July 29. Campers attending the second session only will make their second phone call on August 5. Naturally, if you have concerns about your child you may call us directly. After speaking with you, we can mutually decide upon a strategy to address your situation. Richard and Stephanie Moss are always available to address any concerns you may have.
*COLLEGIAN PHONE USE: It is a Collegian privilege to have limited cell phone use for the summer. The boys and girls will be able to access their phones during a designated period during the week.
BIRTHDAY CALLS: Your child will be entitled to make one call home on his/her birthday between the hours of 8:45 AM and 9:45 AM. Please do not attempt to call the camp on your child’s birthday because it is disruptive to the camper’s activities.
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Camp Lenox strives to provide the highest level of safety and medical care. Care is managed by a physician and a nursing staff member. In the event your camper should become ill or injured during his/her stay at camp; the following procedures will be followed:
If your camper comes to the health cabin with a minor injury or illness, i.e. laceration, scrape, sprain, headache, sore throat, nausea, etc. we will provide the necessary medical care and allow him/her to continue his/her activities at camp without interruption, if possible. In this instance we will NOT contact you. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide follow-up care as necessary.
In the event of a more significant illness or injury, i.e. prescription of antibiotics or other medicine longer than a 2 day course of therapy, fractures, admittance to our inpatient wing with a stay of more than 1 night or evaluation by a specialist or emergency department, we will contact you as early as possible without compromising rapid assessment, care, and treatment. Please note you will most likely be contacted by one of our medical staff, as they are the most familiar with the situation at hand. If you wish, you may request to speak with a Director at any time. Of course, we will endeavor to contact you whenever possible.
CAMPER MEDICATIONS: All camp families are REQUIRED to register with Pack My RX. If your child takes any prescription medications, over the counter medication, vitamins or supplements, we require that you use there service. All pills will be sealed in individually labeled packets (camper name, medication name, dosage, date and time to be administered). All medicine will be shipped to camp prior to your camper’s arrival. DO NOT send loose pills or any unauthorized medication to camp with your child! Please review the Pack My RX information packet that was recently mailed to your family. Please register at packmyrx.com. Non-compliance will result in a $100 fine.
MEDICAL INFORMATION – DENTAL: It is advisable that the camper’s teeth be examined by the camper’s dentist now so that any needed work may be completed before departing for camp. All retainers must have the camper’s FULL NAME on the case. If the camper is undergoing orthodontic treatment, send any special instructions along with the medical form.
EYEGLASSES/CONTACT LENSES: If glasses are worn by the camper, it is suggested that an extra pair be included with proper identification. Lenses should be shatter-proof. Elastic clip-ons that fit around the head and attach to the eyeglass frames are recommended for use during games and instructional periods. Contact lens information plus instructions should be sent to camp.
HEAD LICE: Due to the increased incidence of head lice in the school systems, we strongly advise that you ask your physician to check your camper for any indication of this condition. We ask that all parents check their children often during the month of June, including a FINAL CHECK on departure day. We will check all campers and staff for head lice upon their arrival at camp. We will immediately notify any camper’s parents if any head lice are discovered. You will be financially responsible for any treatment thereafter. THE COST FOR A FULL TREATMENT FOR ANY HEAD LICE CASE ENTERING CAMP IS $375.
* This camp must comply with regulations of the MDPH & be licensed by the LBOH.
** You have the right to review our background check, health care, discipline policies and grievance procedures upon request.
OUR POLICY ON LEAVING CAMP: At 3:30 PM we will ask all families to say their goodbyes, leave camp, and Visiting Day will be over. Families will not be allowed to leave camp with their children. The exception will be for our campers going into 11th grade (Collegians). The Collegians will have the option to leave campus and return by 7:30 PM. Upon returning to camp, all parents will say their goodbyes to their children in the parking lot. Campers will then be driven into camp.
FOOD POLICY: Please refrain from bringing food and candy into camp. Snack foods attract animals and insects to the bunks, posing a health problem and creating litter around camp. All food will be donated to a local food bank.REMINDER: We are a NUT-FREE camp!!
PARKING: Please park in the visitors’ parking lot at the direction of the camp staff. A staff person will greet you and a shuttle service will be provided into camp, if required. FOR SAFETY REASONS, NO CARS ARE PERMITTED ON THE MAIN CAMPUS!
BUNK GIFTS: Experience has shown that it is unnecessary for parents to bring gifts for their children’s bunk mates. This is an unwholesome practice. Some parents feel obligated to provide gifts if any one parent does so. THERE IS NO NEED FOR SUCH GIFTS.
STAFF GRATUITIES AND GIFTS: We want, again, to call attention to our camp policy, established by the American Camping Association which forbids gratuities and/or gifts to counselors. Every member of our staff has been engaged with the full understanding that there are no gratuities or gifts and each staff member has joined us on that basis. NO TIPPING!
HOTELS, MOTELS, AND RESTAURANTS: Please go to berkshires.org for a listing of accommodations, restaurants, and things to do around the area. You can also call 800.237.5747 for further information.
JULY 18, 2020: We have an exciting and fun-filled day planned for you. We ask for your cooperation in making this a pleasant occasion. Visiting Day is from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM. NO PETS ALLOWED!
ACTIVITIES DURING VISITING DAY
9:45 AM - 11:00 AM
Group Activity. This is a great opportunity to see your child at a fun group activity, meet our outstanding staff, meet your child’s friends, and other parents as well.
11:05 AM - 12:05 AM
Morning Elective. You will meet our instructors and experience a teaching clinic first hand. At the end of the period, some activity areas may offer the parents an opportunity to participate in a recreational game with their son or daughter.
12:10 PM - 2:00 PM
Lunch will be served beginning with the youngest campers and their parents being served first, then the next youngest group afterward, and so on.
2:05 PM - 3:05 PM
Afternoon Elective. This will follow the same format as was used for the morning elective.
All activities are finished — Visiting Day ends. We kindly ask that all parents leave the camp grounds at this time.
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Vaping & Controlled Substances
Rule of 3
DO’S AND DON’TS: For first time camp families the #1 concern is adjusting to camp and homesickness. Here are some tips to help you prepare for the summer:
Encourage your child’s independence throughout the year. Practice separations, such as sleepovers at a friend’s house or grandparents. This can simulate the camp environment.
Never say, “If the summer doesn’t work out and you’re unhappy, we’ll come and pick you up.” This does not ease apprehension and only creates a guideline for going home and becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. The reward for this positive approach will be your child’s new found confidence and independence.
Camp is a big step into the unknown and a good change for you and your child. It is completely normal to have mixed emotions of excitement and anxiety. Don’t feel guilty about encouraging your child’s stay at camp. For many children, camp is a first step toward independence and plays an important role in their growth and development.
Send a note in your camper’s bag for them to receive on the first day of camp. Acknowledge, in a positive way, that you will miss them. For example, you can say “I am going to miss you, but I know that you will have a great time at camp.”
DO NOT OVERREACT to a negative phone call, letter, or email. For example, consider the context: the letter was written 3 days ago probably reflecting a “bad morning.”
PROBE FOR POSITIVES NOT NEGATIVES. When talking with your child ask him/her to relate positive experiences, stories and events.
CHILDREN USE NEGATIVITY in stories/situations to initiate a RESCUE RESPONSE from you. This is not unusual and assures a child that his/her parents are still there for him/her. This form of bonding can be directed toward the positive and ultimately saves both parent and child a lot of heartache. Trust your instincts — most incidents of homesickness will pass in a day or two. Homesickness is a normal emotion that most new campers experience. It passes quickly as your child becomes accustomed to the daily routines of camp.
We will be in contact with you should homesickness or bunk problems develop. If a problem occurs please contact the Directors, Richard or Stephanie Moss. Most problems are remedied by early intervention. Whether it is a personal or program related issue, chances are we’ve dealt with it before. Remember, parents and camp are a team.
It is important to have the discussion with your camper about safety at camp. The catch phrase is "Rule of 3" which means: never go anywhere alone, or be alone in a room with a staff member. Always have a third person along, whether it's another camper or counselor. Your camper should always feel safe at Camp Lenox.
Camp Lenox is committed to providing a fun and exciting program in a safe and secure environment. We also understand that the teenage years can bring an increased desire to experiment with drugs, alcohol, cigarettes and other controlled substances. To our minds, camp is not a place for this experimentation and negatively impacts our camp community. Camp is a time and place to be free of social pressures and precocious activities, which are not part of our camp culture.
Please be aware that vapes, cigarettes, marijuana, alcohol, or any other controlled substances are STRICTLY FORBIDDEN at Camp Lenox. Any camper who is found in possession of these will face disciplinary actions, and be suspended or expelled from camp at the discretion of the directors. In either case there will be no tuition refunds for the time missed at camp.
Please take some time to discuss this with your child and avoid the unpleasantness of a poor decision on their part.
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JEWELRY: We would appreciate it if all earrings, rings, and necklaces are left at home. Camp Policy: Jewelry is NOT worn during daily hours 7:30 AM through 8:30 PM. We are not responsible for lost jewelry!
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: If your child plays an instrument please bring it to camp. We have talent shows and need musicians for our Big Camp Play. Parents assume all liability for their child’s instrument.
HAIRCUTS: All boys and girls should have their summer hair cut before arrival at camp. Boys should have relatively short neat cuts — hair seems to grow faster in the summer months!
LINENS: Campers should bring 1 pillow, 2 pillowcases, 2 sets of sheets, towels, and either 2 blankets or a sleeping bag. International campers will be provided with bedding and towels for showering.
LAUNDRY SERVICE: Laundry is professionally cleaned each week. The campers will be provided with a laundry bag when they arrive at camp. However, it is advisable for each camper to have an extra bag for while their laundry is out being laundered. Campers should also bring 6 plastic hangers for use in the bunk. Please use camper name tags, stickers, or indelible marker on all items.
BIRTHDAYS: Birthdays at Camp Lenox are very special. Parents can arrange for a bunk party with their camper’s Group Leader. If adequate funds are available, parents may direct Group Leaders to withdraw money to be used for camper birthday celebrations. The campers and staff in their group have dinner together, separate from the rest of camp, and enjoy either Chinese or Italian food. Camp Lenox will supply a birthday cake and happily accommodate any special requests from families to ensure a memorable day.
Shop Lenox! Two great places to purchase your camper’s clothing and accessories for the summer.
NOTE: Make sure all your camper's clothing and equipment are clearly labeled.
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Please print this page and use the checklist.
YOU’LL WANT TO REMEMBER THESE THINGS!
Fill out required waivers for Special Programs and Trips.
Download the packing list: camplenox.com/packing
Contact The Camp Spot to order required camp gear: thecampspot.com
Register your camper with Pack My RX: packmyrx.com
Schedule your child’s camp physical. No child will be permitted into camp without required forms completed and uploaded by June 1.
RSVP by June 1 for New Camper Open House (to be held on Sunday, June 14).
Contact Camp Trucking to arrange pickup and delivery of your camper’s duffel bags.
Leave valuables at home, including all electronics! Do not bring them to camp!
Download the Campanion App for camp photos, letters and news!
Book a hotel/motel for Visiting Day.
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